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Nurse Who is a long-running British science fiction TV series that's been both a source of merchandising success and professional embarrassment to the BBC. Nurse Who is to the British what Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica or even Stargate is to Americans; something for asexual geeks to masturbate to in lieu of finding a real life and having at least, the tiniest chance of reproducing. Since the show is British it is forced to hire better actors and writers to distract viewers from all them fucked up teeth. If one had to sum up the appeal of Nurse Who, one would have to describe it as the dullest show evar made - even compared to the webcast PowerPoint anime starring Withnail and the universally acclaimed USAnian movie. It's main selling point for American faggots is that, unlike every show in their motherland, it somehow manages to mention the occasional faggot without turning EVERY CHARACTER ON THE SHOW INTO ONE. For those unsatisfied with the reasonable levels of faggotry, the BBC created Torchwood. Today, Nurse Who is Avatar for otherkin.
People enjoy watching pure concentrated shit. Since the invention of shit, people have needed to make the shit appear before them without the pesky odor. Various media were created, but (until the internet) the greatest deliverer of shit to the largest number of people was television and cinema.