The Greatest Loo in the Galaxy

To say I’m a Doctor Who fan is a bit of an understatement, as anyone who’s read my first book, The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: The Discerning Fan’s Guide to Doctor Who, can tell you. So I was rendered somewhat dumbstruck when my wife surprised me with a visit to Brooklyn’s The Way Station. The main reason for my dumbstruckness (dumbstrickenness?) was that I had no idea the place existed or why it was so cool until we walked through the door and I spotted a police box parked at the far end of the bar — this despite the fact that my sister-in-law had mentioned the place in a fairly lengthy email outlining all of the attractions we might visit on our weekend visit to her neighborhood. And while the fact that I was so surprised might also suggest that I don’t always read lengthy documents that I claim to have read, it also underscores the value in not reading such documents. After all, had I read my sister-in-law’s email, I would not have had the pleasant surprise of discovering what I can only describe as The Greatest Loo in the Galaxy.

13 thoughts on “The Greatest Loo in the Galaxy

  1. The very cool loo of Dr. Who!

    You’re lucky I’m not a poet or I might elaborate.

    It looks like a great place to visit (the whole place, not just the loo). My wife is interviewing for a job in Brooklyn, so maybe there’s hope!

  2. I have, on occasion, wondered what the loos on the TARDIS are like. New Who tonight! I might be a bit over-excited…

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