me and my friends on halloween
To Whom It May Concern,
I was born with epilepsy caused by severe brain damage in 1985. In 1988 or 1989, I began to watch Doctor Who in the United States. The Doctor helped me fight night terrors and nightmares brought on by this brain damage. Because he was so alien, I could relate to him…
This is super important. Signal boost the bejeesus out of this.
BBC, please keep Doctor Who accessible and safe for people with photosensitive epilepsy. All those intense flashing lights (like those in Into the Dalek/Nightmare in Silver) are physically dangerous for such people, and might prevent them from watching the show, or worse, cause them permanent harm. Please start using safer effects for our fellow Whovians with photosensitivity! There’s no reason they shouldn’t be able to travel with the Doctor, too.
No one else can do this but her.
Companion: I am so rubbish.
RTD-written Doctor: No, you’re not! You’re brilliant! Remember that wonderful thing you did! Remember that special skill you have that nobody else has? Don’t put yourself down! Where would I be without you, eh?
Moffat-written Doctor: You are bossy, also a control freak, a narcissist, a game player, needy, and also your skirt is just a little too tight.
Companion: Excuse me???