Cafe Noriter is a somehow new coffee shop here in Cebu City. Noriter (놀이터, pronounced /nɔrɪtə/) is the Korean word for “playground,” or one of the Korean words for playground. According to the staff, it is the only branch here in the Philippines, but there is one in Manila (so I really do not understand what he means by that; he mentioned about the Manila branch being a “copy.”) It’s been a while since I really wanted to post my review of the establishment, so here is what I think of the their place, food, drink, price, and staff and service.
Every lover is, in his heart, a mad man and, in his head, a minstrel.
Tristan Thorn, “Stardust” by Neil Gaiman
"It’s The Doctor, not Doctor Who, you ignorant Whovian wannabe."
“Doctor Who is the show. The character is called the Doctor, dimwit.”
Those are just some of the many harsh words that “true Whovains” call the “ignorant Whovian wannabes.” But let’s see here.
This is the closing credits from the original series with Hartnell as the Doctor.
Oh, Hartnell is listed as Dr. Who! Perhaps BBC made a mistake with this one. Quick, somebody correct BBC!
How about this?
Oh, look! David Tennant was also credited as Doctor Who in the closing credits of the episode “The Parting of Ways” where he first appeared. Somebody please Tell Russell T Davies he made a mistake because Doctor Who is the show and not the character! Oh, my gods, this is unforgivable!
Yes, you ignorant Whovian wannabes! Both Doctor Who and the Doctor are fine to refer to the character!
The actors who played the roles of the Doctor’s incarnations were credited as “Doctor Who” in the early seasons, even Christopher Eccleston who played as the ninth incarnation of the Doctor was credited as “Doctor Who” in the season he was in. So it is not entirely wrong. Unless you feel that BBC should be corrected as well.
The use of the name “Doctor Who” when referring to the Doctor is disapproved of by some fans (who are clearly Tennant and Smith converts), but it is commonplace in the British media, the end credits of many episodes, and most prose and comic stories of the 1960s and 1970s. Indeed, the ending credits for the series gave his name as “Doctor Who” or “Dr. Who” from 1963 until “Logopolis” part four, when incoming Doctor Peter Davison insisted upon a change in the credits of “Castrovalva” to “the Doctor.” This remained in place through the end of the original series in 1989. Executive Producer Russell T Davies used “Doctor Who” when the series returned in 2005, but Tenth Doctor actor David Tennant asked to change it back to “the Doctor” beginning with “The Christmas Invasion.”
Get your shit together before you call some people “ignorant Whovian wannabes” or things like that and insult them. If you only started watching the series from the era of Tennant and Smith, do your research before you slam people who might have been watching the show for years or even decades before you did because it is annoying when you act like you know it all!