Spurious Awards Of The Week

Cyberman in Bath, Time Lord in Bon Temps, Jedi kittens, Back To The Future 4 and loads more essential flimflam

UNEXPECTED GUEST STAR OF THE WEEK

If the Doctor’s looking for Melody Pond we suggest he gets down to Bon Temps. She clearly regenerated into Lafayette at some point…
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DUBIOUS ADVICE OF THE WEEK

Bill on Alphas is thinking about becoming a dad despite the fact he’s no spring chicken, but we’re not sure that book he ordered off the internet is going to be much use. After all, would you trust a book called It’s Never Too Late: Becoming A Father when, looking at the author photo on the back, it appears to have been written by an 18-year-old.
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WEIRDEST DOCTOR WHO CONVENTION OF THE WEEK

Warehouse 13 ’s Artie wears a fez now. Fezzes are cool.
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FRONT PAGE NEWS OF THE WEEK

SFX made the front page of our local rag, with a stunt involving a Cyberman and the Royal Crescent. What could be going on? All will be revealed later in the year…
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BONUS BLASTERMIND OF THE WEEK

How well do you know your Star Wars ? That’s what Gamma Squad wants to know, and the site has put together this Star Wars Alphabet to find out. Each character or thing corresponds to a letter in the alphabet, A to Z, in order. Hey, even we got X!
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CRITIC OF THE WEEK

Not impressed with the trailer for Hellraiser: Revelations ? Nope, neither is Hellraiser creator Clive Barker: “I want to put on the record that the flick out there using the word Hellraiser IS NO F**KING CHILD OF MINE! I have nothing to do with the f**king thing. If they claim it’s from the mind of Clive Barker it’s a lie. It’s not even from my butt-hole.”

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CYCLING PROMOTION OF THE WEEK

Believe it not, Green Lantern only opened in Brazil last week, but hats off to Warner Bros for creating a unique publicity stunt to promote the movie on the streets of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
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SUMMARY OF THE WEEK

Game Of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss tell Deadline everything you need to know about the second season: “More characters. More locations. More dragons. Less sleep. Less Ned. Less frequent bowel movements.”
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JEDI KITTENS OF THE WEEK

Use the claws! Use the claws! And keeping up with the cat theme…
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The greatest cat scratching post ever! Wonder if it suffers a warp claw breach?
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Great Scott! Has somebody made Back To The Future 4 ?

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BEVERAGE OF THE WEEK

Geeky coffee art, courtesy of BuzzFeed .
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SIMPSONISATION OF THE WEEK

Springfield Punx is a pet project of artist Dean Fraser where he creates Simpsons -style versions of characters and stars. “With Doctor Who ’s return almost upon us, I thought it would be cool to do something DW related and I’ve wanted to get to Idris for a while now. Enjoy!” he says.
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CREEPIEST VIDEO OF THE WEEK (intentionally… we hope)

Jim Carrey sends Zombieland star Emma Stone a YouTube love letter…
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FASHION VICTIMS OF THE WEEK

Now you can be geeky and cool (and penniless if you want the coat) at the same time. Fancy wearing some game-inspired-clothing that’s so subtle in its branding, you’d be hard-pressed to know what game it came from? Then the Deus Ex line is the line for you. It all seems a bit mystifyingly pointless to us.
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FASHION STATEMENT OF THE WEEK

This, in the other hand, is sartorial genius .