Dear 100 Hour Board,
Why did Gandalf say "The lightsaber chooses the Jedi, mister Spock" when they were on the TARDIS?
--Fro Dope Bag Tins
This came in while I was working on a research paper about J.R.R. Tolkien and I was so focused on it that my gut reaction to your question was "WAIT WHAT THE HECK WHEN DID HE SAY THAT?!?!"
So thanks for that.
P.S. This is the first answer I've ever typed with my new mechanical keyboard, which lacks a number pad and hence the ability to type my grave-accented "e" using Alt-codes.
This is a troubling development.
How are you Fro Dope Bag Tins!!
You know what you doing, but it can max up it's memes and tropes. You are on the way to destruction.
It can be a wise saying, but please remamber that this was not a Gandalf, but actually a Patrick Stewart. It is thirteenth Doctor.
It is easiest to mock fun of Star Wars, and Star Track, and Harry Potter, and the Habbit, and a Doctor. This is of course. But, if it tries to Zero Wing, it will set up you the bomb. Do not forget it.
Ha Ha Ha Ha...
Dear You Again,
Hmm, was that in the Christmas special? It's been a little while since I've seen Harry Potter. Usually, I don't like operas, but Mr. Spock is an excellent tenor.
-Van Goff (and on that note, I bid you all adieu until the end of finals. See you on the other side! Literally the other side, because finals is going to kill me.)
Dear Bill Bow Bat Gin,