Someone at the BBC needs to make this happen immediately: British writer, comedian and actor Stephen Fry still wants to write an episode of Doctor Who. If ever there was a perfect fit for the show, it's this man.
Talking at the British National Television Awards, Fry - who had to drop out of writing an episode of the show during Russell T. Davies' era as producer because of deadlines - said that he'd love a chance to try again:
The window passed, and I never really got round to it, [b]ut I'm very happy to have had the experience of thinking about it... I look forward so much to seeing Matt Smith and I'm sure he's going to be wonderful. If I get time it'll be a thrill, I can't think of anything nicer.
Never mind Michael Moorcock or Neil Gaiman: Fry's mix of intelligence, comedy and humanity makes him the ideal celebrity writer as far as we're concerned. Who do we have to beg to make this happen?
Fry interested in writing 'Doctor Who' [Digital Spy]