Tomorrow is going to be an epic, wonderful day.
Not only is there a plethora of Paralympics activity, not only will it be one week to go until Lady Gaga's concert in London, but it is the RETURN OF DOCTOR WHO.
We last left the Doctor in "The Wedding of River Song". Since then there has been Comic Con and Radio Times covers and Pond Life - but there's nothing like a fresh series of DW to make your life seem that much sweeter.
We have five brand new episodes of Doctor Who coming our way, each complete with their own leaked poster. Here's a break down of what's to come...
1. Asylum of the Daleks
The journos I know that went to the screening of this said it was, quite frankly, amazeballs, which is a good sign. The episode is based on what the Doctor always thought was a myth - a placed called the Dalek Asylum, a "planetoid" that has been filled with psychotic Daleks even normal Daleks are afraid of. Sounds worse than a Halloween episode of Most Haunted if ask me...
2. Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
All I know, is that I want this to be very much a DW version of Snakes on a Plane. If Samuel L Jackson could make an appearance that would be even better. Steven Moffat says that when he pitched this episode to writer Chris Chibnall with he title, he responded with, "Could the Doctor ride a triceratops?" I bloody well hope he does...
3. A Town Called Mercy
In the early trailers for series seven, it's mainly been this episode we've been privy to scenes from. And while it may look like this episode about town burdened with an ancient conflict between a cyborg killer and an alien fugitive was shot in America, it was actually shot in Spain. Steven Moffat says of "A Town Called Mercy", "Like all the best westerns, this is a tale of one man standing against impossible odds and his own personal demons."
4. The Power of Three
I wish this was the third episode of this series of Doctor Who, simply because that would of been cool, but what can you do. This episode, like Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, was written by Chris Chibnall, and the story goes that the Doctor and the two Ponds discover that the world has been taken over by small black cubes. At least they weren't small black pubes. That could be an entirely different kind of episode.
5. The Angels Take Manhattan
This is going to be a horrific episode. Not from a quality perspective, but simply because it's Amy and Rory's last episode of Doctor Who. Ever. Taking place (and filmed) in New York, Manhattan has - like the title suggests - been taken over by the Weeping Angels. Alex Kingston guest stars in this episode as River Song - which means that it's going to be all kinds of epic. And tragic. Tragically Epic. Tissues at the ready.
Doctor Who, "Asylum of the Daleks" is on BBC One, 1 September, at 7.20pm