Cult shows, such as “Doctor Who” and “Community,” often have this quality: they shrug off the condescension that people have toward their “lower” genres, using their constraints to find a greater freedom. When you look at a show like that from a distance, it might seem too narrow to contain much of interest. But it’s so much larger when you’re on the inside.
— Emily Nussbaum in the New Yorker
“The question isn’t how old we are, but when old we are.”
David Tennant and Catherine Tate as Beatrice and Benedick in a production of Much Ado About Nothing in London. But where’s the TARDIS?