AAUGH Blog Reader Todd alerts us to some Peanuts references in an unexpected volume. Now We Are Six Hundred, with it’s A.A. Milne-reference title, is a collection of James Goss’s poems inspired by that central inspiration of all great poetry, Doctor Who. The Peanuts-related material is not within the poems themselves, where you will find the Doctor’s robot dog sidekick K-9 asleep on top of a doghouse and the Doctor himself (the fourth Doctor, for those in the know) dangling from a kite-eating tree. Now, the Peanutsing up of the material may seem a little odd at first, but it makes a little more sense when you know who illustrated: Russell T. Davies, who many the Doctor Who fan will know as the show runner who revived the series to great acclaim, and who obsessive Peanuts book folks (and you don’t know anyone like that, do you?) will know as the guy who wrote the introduction to the UK edition of The Complete Peanuts volume 5, 1959-1960, replacing the Whoopi Goldberg introduction that appeared in the original US edition.