Dr. Leonard McCoy might have been one of the first great physicians on the small screen, but Dana Scully was one of the best, and one of the first amazing women to step in to that role. Today’s Doctober post on Dr. Dana Scully is near and dear to me as the truth is (out there), no the truth is she is probably one of the female role models that originally inspired me to want to be in the field of medicine. This woman just rocks it as a doctor.
The show finally picks up steam in the last episode and now we’re done. What a let down! Yes, Lilith here, back to bring you all the final FTWD review until next season. It feels like it only took the blink of an eye, but that is probably because they only gave us 6 episodes for this pilot season. This season finale did what I had hoped it would: got me excited about next season. And when you look at my past reviews that is really saying something. Here’s why I think you should be just as stoked about next season as I am.
Hey Evil Geeks! The 2015 con season might be wrapping up, but there’s still a few big dates circled on our calendars. What dates you may ask? Well how about this October 24th – 25th! That’s when the next edition of ChaseCon will be going down! C-Mart talks with Sam Chase about gearin up for his second show. Get your tickets now, the Evil Geeks will see you there!
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Greetings geeks, I’m super stoked about this Doctober month. Being a doctor myself there are so many people I both admire and loathe for their medical prowess. So I’ll be sure to spotlight several doctors this month, and let you know what I love and hate about them. I’m going to try to focus on medical doctors, since I have the most in common with then (as opposed to the PhD variety).