I just had to do this when it popped into my head.
So I'm rewatching the New-Who, and get to the second episode (technically the first) of the second season, New Earth. I've always loved the scene between the Doctor and the Face of Boe when he's sleeping and the Doctor says: "I'm here. I look a bit different, but it's me; it's the Doctor."
BUUUTT, knowing the true identity of the Face of Boe while I watched it made me rethink a couple of things--especially the "ancient songs" he telepathically sings in Novice Hame's head. Seeing as it's the year 5,000,026, I thought something from the 1940's would be hilarious to hear instead of some primal, ethereal chorus.
Plus, I mean, that's just his style to sing a Sinatra crooner, right?
Also, this is only my second attempt at using a digital sketchpad (generously loaned to me by a dear friend). IT'S SO AWESOME THANK YOU
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