"Mermaids: The Body Found"Has anyone else recently watched that mockumentary? There's been a lot of rumors going around now; conspiracy theories and the sort that mermaids actually exist and the Navy has been keeping their existence secret for years now. What really makes me giggle though, is that a lot of people are so willing to buy into it that I've seen a lot of people spreading chain comments to "raise awareness for putting a stop to the Navy's sonar program because it's killing the whales and the mermaids."
I love mermaids a lot. They're my favorite mythological creatures, and the idea of them actually existing is a romantic one that I would love if it were true. But, "Mermaids: The Body Found"?
It's a fake, guys. A "mockumentary". A hoax. There was even a subtle disclaimer before the show started, stating that these were fictional events loosely based off of real whale beachings, and that the "scientists" were paid actors. And besides, the "camera phone" video at the end contained a mermaid that was very
Doctor Arthur"You look like an Arthur."
The Doctor looked up at the sunny American woman from across the TARDIS controls.
"I said you look like an Arthur."
The Doctor had travelled with many interesting people in his long life. Sarah Jane Smith had been one of his favorites. Not that he normally picked favorites, but she managed to pop up in his life again and again. Rose Tyler had been a fun, lively woman. Her mother Jackie had been a handful and a half. Mickey Smith had a heart of gold that he had retained, even after all the things he had done to him. Captain Jack Harkness he really didn't want to go there. Martha Jones had been a sweet girl with big plans for her future, only to have them veer off in a completely different direction after meeting the Doctor. Donna Noble, a snarky, sharp attitude and even sharper mouth who had saved the entire universe and would never even remember it. Amy Pond, the girl who waited and her down-to-earth husband Rory. River Song, possibly the most i