While the US was busy delivering a certain tablet product yesterday, British sci-fi fans sat comfortably at home for a brand new Doctor Who series. We won’t go into too much detail here, but the eleventh Doctor — played by the charming Matt Smith — was spotted writing a computer virus and sending pictures on a BBC-debranded Blackberry Storm, minutes before the aliens were to incinerate Planet Earth. Perhaps the freshly-regenerated Time Lord’s a fan of the virtual keyboard? As a bonus, the Doctor also borrowed a disguised 15-inch Acer Aspire laptop for some virtual face time with chief brainiacs around the world, and then promptly reminded the owner to “delete your internet history” in reference to, well, something more disturbing that he found on the computer. And who are we to question the orders of a time traveler?
Update: turns out the new Lead Writer Steven Moffat learned of his job offer on a Blackberry back in June 2008. Too bad the Storm wasn’t due out for another five months, but a quick trip through the time vortex could turn this into an amusing coincidence.
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