Author has written 57 stories for Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: SG-1, Doctor Who, Robin Hood BBC, Primeval, Law and Order: UK, and Young Dracula.
Hi! I'm yeknodelttil my name reads (the correct way) Little Donkey as I absolutely love the song...and the first song I ever performed at a concert so I practised and practised on the church organ until I got it right and succeeded in driving everyone barmy.
Speaking of things I love. I love Stargate Atlantis there I'm a Sheyla. I love Stargate SG-1 Jack/Sam there.
I love Merlin. Arthur/Gwen. Merlin/Morgana.
I have loved YOUNG DRACULA for years! That is my favourite kids show ever! (I may have the tiniest crush on Vladimir). Vlad/Erin for that.
My latest addiction while recovering is Covert Affairs. Annie/Auggie.
I love Doctor Who but unfortunately until Moffat leaves I can't watch it (I can't stand his writing style). 10/Rose.
Law and Order: UK I just can't get enough of it. Matt/Alesha.
My favourite comedy show of all time, well its a radio show, is THE NAVY LARK on BBC Radio 4 Extra. Its 50 years old now and stared Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray and Ronnie Barker. It was about a misfit crew aboard HMS Troutbridge who always got into scrapes. Phillips was the navigational officer who kept hitting things, Pertwee did every scam going, Barker was Pertwee's hard done by assistant and Murray used to get them out of the muck. It's so funny and absolutely fantastic.
Other programmes I like are: anything Agatha Christie, Horrible Histories, Top Gear, Smallville, Charmed, MacGyver, Quantum Leap, Enterprise, Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes, Warehouse 13 (although watching the DVD is hilarious considering the eps are in the wrong order: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 4, 8, 12), Battlestar Galactica (New Series), Lovejoy and Knight Rider (2008).
Programmes I can't stand are: Stargate Universe (no element of...suspense), Reality Shows, Morse, Lost, Friends, Torchwood, Big Bang Theory, Glee and anything pretty much advertised on E4.
I know when I really like a programme because I start to write fanfic about it.
Some Quotes I like:
McKay: How often do you get to travel to an alien planet?
Beckett: I already was on an alien planet.
Beckett: I hear you've got a bit of a cling-on
McKay: Who are you Captain Kirk?
McKay: I'm not crazy. I just have another consciousness in my brain.
McKay (to Ronan): You could be my sidekick. We could be like Batman and Ronan.
Woolsey: Try not to blow her (Atlantis) up while I'm gone.
Sheppard: No Promises. (Later in the ep. Sheppard destroys a lab and the top of the central spire)
O'Neill: I'm telling ya Teal'c if we don't get out of this mess I'll got nuts. Nuts, it means: crazy; insane; bonzo; no longer in possesion of ones faculties; three fries short of a happy meal; WACKO!!!
O'Neill: How many times have I told you not to get caught by the bad guys?
O'Neill: Since when has Plan A ever worked?
O'Neill: You should be in the infirmary. You were shot.
Daniel: I know, you shot me.
Law and Order: UK
Teddy: That's our best guess.
Ronnie: Pathologists guessing. What would Quincy say?
Teddy: Who's Quincy?
George: 'Don't blame me blame my genes,' Its a novel idea.
James: What's she playing at? It's outrageous.
George: Well let's not panic, no sane judge would ever go for that.
James: Who did we draw?
Alesha: Judge DeMarco.
George: Oh God, lets start panicking.
Lester: Not to sound like something out of the Old Testament but why are there animals in the ARC! (When Sid and Nancy escaped)
Lester: I've got an anomaly for you Jess. One of the greatest anomalies known to man. Why are they called road works when there's never anyone working?!
Lester:So, I leave you for a matter of days and in that time, you (Connor) nearly destroy the ARC. An you (Matt) turn out to be either a visitor from the future or in fact, and I think this is more likely option, clinically mad.
Matt: The former, but I would say that if I was clinically mad, right?
Lester: A train just left Kings Cross and disappeared into thin air (silence, no one moves). I'm sorry does that sound familiar to anyone? Anomalies? Chop Chop!
Arthur: What's a dollop head?
Merlin: In two words? Prince Arthur.
Arthur: Merlin you're such a dollop head!
Merlin: That's my word!
Merlin: We've checked through all the books, the answers not here.
Gaius: The answer must be in this one.
Merlin: How do you work that out?
Gaius: It's the last book and by the Ancient Law of Sod it must hold the answer.
Rose: We'll go down fighting, yeah?
Doctor: Rose Tyler... (It always makes me cry in Doomsday, although sometimes with laughter)
Sontaran: Intruder! Doctor: How did he get in? In-tru-da window?
Journey's End (Doctor Who)
Rose: When I last stood here - on the worst day of my life - what was the last think you said to me?
Doctor: I said Rose Tyler
Rose: Yeah and how was that sentence gonna end?
Doctor: Does it need saying?
Rose: And you Doctor? What was the end of that sentence? Doctor2 leans forwards and whispers the three most important words.
Fingers on fangs!
The Van Helsing Mantra
Sure as boy scouts sing around campfires,
There are no such thing as vampires,
Drinking blood, the living dead
Its not for real, its in our head.
Sure as boy scouts sing around campfires,
This whole school is full of vampires
Biting necks, inflicting pain
I will not rest until they're slain!
Vlad: I must not kick, hit or trip up the opposite team.
Vlad: Until I'm sure the ref is looking the other way.
Count: What's she (Erin) doing here?
Vlad: I've asked Erin to stay with us.
Count: This half fang. Why?
Vlad: She saved Ingrid's life
Count: You're really not selling her.
Vlad: She's staying whether you like it or not.
Count: My castle = my rules. Renfield, chuck her bag out.
Vlad: Times have changed. I say she stays.
Count: And I say she goes.
Ingrid: Don't I get a vote?
Vlad: YES! Listen to Ingrid.
Ingrid: I don't want her here.
Vlad: You don't get a vote!
Count (about chess): Every move is a careful and intellectual decision.
Wolfie: Can we move the horsie next?
Count: To cure a vampire illness, you'll need a specialist in the dark arts. An alchemist. Someone who's dared to probe into the dark places, no matter how twisted and wrong.
Vlad: Renfield. He means Renfield.
Vlad: Mistress Ingrid is very ill.
Renfield: Oh. Would she like a cup of tea?
Vlad: A bit iller than that. Its a shame. I'm going to have to bring his memory back.
Vlad: Look into my eyes.
Count: I thought you said you couldn't do that?
Vlad: I lied! When I click my fingers...
Count: For four years, this squeaky clean imbecile has been tottering around...
Vlad: Do you want him back or not?
Erin: What's that?
Vlad: Mr Cuddles the second. (A toy monkey)
Erin: The second?
Vlad: Mr Cuddles the first had an unfortunate accident. (Flashback to the Count ripping its head off after finding Vlad hugging it while sleeping in a coffin). It was a million years ago.
Erin: A million years?
Erin: A vampire with a teddy bear.
Count Dracula: We shall respond in the ancient and noble tradition of the Draculas...run away!
Vlad: Can we at least try to get along for the next...ohhh...one hundred years?
"I don't think her tree goes all the way up to the top branch." (Ice Age)
"Age before beauty."
"No pain no gain."
"What pain? AHHHH!!!!" (Ice Age)
"Everybody Down!" (The Navy Lark)
My favourite alibi ever...
Pertwee (when accused of nicking the lead of the Admiral's office at 10:20pm): Especially Sir, when at the time mntioned, one had taken enormous trouble to provide oneself with a flamin' good alibi.
Mr Murray: Yes I'll bet its absolutely cast iron.
Mr Phillips: Mmmm, or lead covered.
Povey: Alright Chief let's hear it, where were you?
Pertwee: Out and about Sir, out and about. It so happens that at exactly 20 past 10 I was in the bar of the Popple's head sipping my usual lime juice and soda, when I inadvertently knocked over another mariner's pint of beer and he said, amongst other things, 'oh look its 20 past 10' so we all did Sir and it was. Forunately I was even able to confirm it with Charlie as I got a hot dog from his stand in the high street, 'Fancy you being here at 20 past 10' he said. Now which was a bit of luck as that meant I was just in time for the end of the big film, you see, so I took my seat in the circle and I said to the ice cream girl: 'Is it 20 past 10 yet?' and she said: 'Oh yes Sir, spot on'. Now if you want to know what the picture was about I can tell you 'cause I discussed the plot with the Lady Mayoress as we strolled around an exhibition of Russian Basket Raffia Work, oh some lovely things they've got there too, there was a clock there all set in wicker work, now I noticed it particularly because it said 20 past 10. Now just at the exact moment when the conductor lifted his baton to start the symphony concert at the town hall, Beethoven's Fifth it was lovely piece one of his best, you could've heard a pin drop. Then one did. BONG. Yeah it was the town hall clock.
Povey: Ah well if that...
Pertwee: And if you think that meant it was half past you're wrong, because we all know the town hall clock is ten minutes fast and the barmaid at the Black Swan can prove it because she shouted 'Last orders please' as she always does at exactly 20 past 10...Sir.
Mr Murray: That's his best ever!
Phillips: There was this Doctor...
Master (Jon Pertwee): Who?
Phillips: No not Doctor Who...this chap was a good actor. (The Navy Lark)
My Fav. Navy Lark Quote
Caller: I thought you'd like to know, the spare wheel of the admiral's car has just fallen in the water.
Povey: Why are you bothering me with this?
Caller: The Admiral's car was still attached to it.
Povey: Good grief! Does the Admiral know?
Caller: Yes sir, he saw the lorry hit it.
Povey: The lorry? What lorry?
Caller: When the office block hit it, it must have knocked the hand brake off.
Povey: I guess so...are you saying the office block's gone?!
Caller: Not exactly sir...the dock's gone too!
Povey: Good grief man how can a dock go?!
Caller: HMS Troutbridge hit it sir!
Povey: Ohhhh, I might have known.