Doctor Who Party!

This had to be one of the funnest parties we have ever hosted!  My bestest friend created the most awesome gingerbread Tardis!  And also came up with the idea for the Daleks!!!!  The kids had fun crawling through the present to another dimension!  We made paper crafts of folding Tardis's!  Found here.  We made sonic screwdrivers with whatever we could find!  The one was lit with a little finger light which you can find in Dollar stores.
Gingerbread Tardis assembly

Careful trimming.

Amy Pond and Jenny (the Doctors Daughter)
The Characters
Captain Jack Harkness


Doctors 11 and 10 with sonic screw drivers!
Amy Pond
Donna The Runaway Bride

Amelia Pond waiting for her Doctor.
Captain Jack Harkness

You will need these to make Daleks.

Spread chocolate icing all over, and add on the reeses!

Exterminate, Exterminate, Exterminate!

Are you my Mummy?

Planet of the Apes - See no evil, Talk no evil, Hear no evil!

  Planet Of The Apes is one of my most favourite Movies!!!  I remember watching CityTv when I was a teenager when they played a Planet of the Apes marathon.  I would stay up all night with my sister and watch every movie all in a row.  The best way to watch all these movies!!!

Here is a bit of trivia for you!

See no evil, talk no evil, hear no evil. 
Charlton Heston"It's a curious thing, there is a kind of an accident in the film that I think both Frank and I sort of half regret being in, and oddly enough a number of critics have picked it up and said this is a phoney thing. 
It is in the "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil" tableau.
All the other things the monkeys do, the cliches that they use, that you can justify because theirs was a mimicking culture, and they would logically mimic the speech cliches, as well as the cultural cliches, of today. 
But there's no way you could justify that, that indeed is a phoney. 
When we were shooting the scene, Frank said, "You know, it would be terribly funny to have a gag of them doing that." We laughed at it, and he said. "No, it's a phoney. I shouldn't do it." I said, "Why don't you do one just for the dailies," and he said, "All right." So we did it in, laughed, and everybody thought it was marvellous, but he didn't want it in the final cut. 
Then, somehow it got in the rough cut, and all the studio echelons saw it and said, "No, don't change it!" Then, they had the first preview, and it was an enormous success. So there it is." [1]


 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 'Cinefantastique Planet of the Apes Issue' (1972)