just paying homage to Doctor Who(s) ^_^
Over the course of 50-plus-years (the series debuted in 1963, though was in hiatus from 1989 to 2005) and more than 800 imaginative episodes, Doctor Who now stands, according to the British magazine New Statesman, as one of the U.K.'s most successful cultural exports, and holds the record for "the largest ever simulcast of a TV drama," after 94 countries broadcast the series' 50th anniversary special last November. This is to say that what was for decades an acquired-taste curio outside Britain is now a respected and sizable international success that is only gaining momentum. But Doctor Who is also, to be sure, a thoroughly odd show — fanciful, hilarious, terrifying, devastating, all the while making wild leaps — and its success has been as improbable as the stories it tells.
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/tv/features/call-the-doctor-the-many-faces-of-doctor-who-20140924#ixzz3EJ3nqfUO