Happy ‘Big Milk Thing’ Day to Mums, Not-Mums and Peasants!


Here's wishing a Happy 'Big Milk Thing' Day to all you Mums, Not-Mums and Peasants!

Thankfully, the Doctor speaks Baby, so we get to hear what Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All really thinks. 😀

Introducing Stormageddon: The Doctor speaks Baby... Click to Tweet!

Doctor Who - Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All:

Scene from "Doctor Who Series 06 Episode 12: Closing Time". (BBC), via женя загоруйко (Eugene Zagoruiko) on YouTube. Find on Amazon UK, Netflix DVD (US), Hulu Plus, Google Play, Vudu


Doctor Who, Alfie on peasants:

Scene from "Doctor Who Series 06 Episode 12: Closing Time". (BBC), via Isaiah Scheel on YouTube. Find on Amazon UK, Netflix DVD (US), Hulu Plus, Google Play, Vudu

In 'A Good Man Goes to War', The Doctor also speaks Baby with Amy and Rory's baby, Melody Pond:

Rory: My daughter. What do you think?
The Doctor: Hello! Hello, ah... baby.
Amy: Melody.
The Doctor: Melody! Hello Melody Pond.
Rory: Melody Williams.
Amy: Is a geography teacher. Melody Pond is a super hero.
The Doctor talking to Melody: Well yes I suppose she does smell nice. Never really sniffed her. Maybe I should give it a go.

The Doctor: It's okay, she's still all yours. And really you should call her Mummy, not Big Milk Thing.
Amy: Okay, what are you doing?
The Doctor: I speak baby.
Amy: No you don't.
The Doctor: I speak everything. Don't I, Melody Pond? {straightening his bow tie} No it's not. It's cool.


Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All: Happy Mother's Day to all you Mums, Not Mums and Peasants!

Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All: Happy Mother's Day!

So, it's a Happy Mother's Day, all you Mums, Not-Mums and Peasants! Click to Tweet!


Have you been celebrating Mother's Day today? Does your baby think everyone else is a peasant? Click here to comment....




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13 Responses to Happy ‘Big Milk Thing’ Day to Mums, Not-Mums and Peasants!

  1. How fun! I should see if they have that show on Netflix, it looks hilarious! Have a wonderful week!

  2. Hahahaha love Doctor who and I remember that episode so clearly I miss this doctor even though he was not my all time favourite. Happy belated mother’s day.

  3. This looks so funny! Another show to add to my (very rare, must make more) Netflix binge nights – your posts are not good for constructive use of my free time!!

  4. LOl. LOVE this. I took my new baby Chester to the Salt Lake Comic Con this past January, and we got our photos taken with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Billie Piper. As I walked into the photo room, I held my son up to them and had to hold back on introducing him as Stormageddon. Lol. Funnily enough, though, Matt Smith was quite taken with him and was playing with him the whole time. Chester was only 3 months old and must have thought we were all a little crazy. 🙂

    • That’s awesome – what a fantastic piece of luck! It’s nice to know Matt Smith sounds so nice in real life. And my friend calls my youngest one Stormageddon too 🙂

  5. There really isn’t enough Doctor Who in my life right now.

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