=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Society of the Rusting TARDIS Newsletter (#9)
Here's the latest news and gossip:
Sound bites:
        Attention Mr. Bean and figure skating fans: something called
        and Bean" will air during the next Comic Relief marathon (in
        New seasons of "Rik Mayall Presents" and "Goodnight
Sweetheart" are
        currently airing in the UK.  The third season of AbFab is still
        scheduled to start in March.  I'll show 'em when I get 'em.
        The BBC will be repeating the first 25 episodes of
        starting on February 17 (as part of a 10th anniversary
Local news:
        "Festival Hong Kong" apparently has become a semi-regular
fixture at
        the Varsity on Thursday nights.  (The new calendar is out - pick
        up.)  February 9th will feature "Tai Chi Master" and
Jackie Chan in
        "City Hunter".  February 16th will feature John Woo's
"Bullet in the
        Head" (high-quality grim-ness) and "Black Cat".
        The Seattle Art Museum's 1995 Winter Film Series is running through
        March 16th, and the theme is "Classics of British
Comedy".  This,
        however, does not mean "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".
        654-3100 for details.
        Aha! Theatre has brought back "Star Drek:  The Musical"
for another
        run.  The theater is located at 2222 2nd Ave. (in Belltown), and
        show (actually two separate episodes) will run Thursdays through
        Sundays until February 26.  Admission is $8 for one episode or $14
        for both.  For more info or reservations, call 728-1375.
        Supposedly, the billing registry on the promonade of Deep Space 9
        lists Diva Droid International, the Jupiter Mining Corporation,
        Milliways, Sirius Cybernetics, and Tom Servo's Used Robots.
        Bjork (Gudmundsdottir) appeared in a short clip on a recent episode
        of "The Word".  It was originally from a Icelandic
"Blue Peter"-type
        show in 1976 (which would put her at about ten years old).  She was
        discussing woodwork.  Really.
        A recent episode of "EastEnders" (not clear if it was in
the UK or
        US), Ricky was shown in the Vic playing a "Dr. Who" fruit
        (complete with a "tinny" version of the theme).  If you
want to play
        one, check out the restaurant on Platform 5 at Reading Station.
Currently planned for the next Rusting Tardis video night (February 8), at
Round Table Pizza, 5111 25th Ave. NE (in Seattle).
        Have I Got News For You
        Monty Python's Flying Circus: The first of the two German episodes
        Nightingales: "Someone To Watch Over Me"
        Dr. Who: "Shakedown - Return of the Sontarans"
        The Odyssey: Episode #3
Coming up in the near future will be "Back to School Mr. Bean",
as well as a
collection of Rowan Atkinson's "Barclaycard" adverts.
The next Rusting Tardis Social (February 14, 7pm), will be held at Cafe
Minnie's, 101 Denny Way (on the SE corner of Denny and 1st Ave. in
See you on Wednesday.
                        "It was like going for a ride on the back of
                         animated haggis."
                                --"Galaxy 666", Pel Torro
(actually Robert
                                  Lionel Fanthorpe)

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