English once had a word gender agreement system, much like German, Latin or Sanskrit. The entire sentence would be modified to reflect the gender of the subject, but now we only have a few words that change depending on the gender; such as, actor and actress, or emperor and empress.
That the Oboe has a common Middle Eastern ancestor, the Shawm, with the Chinese instrument the Suona, and a Japanese instrument, Charumera?
That the word "dansu," meaning dance, in Japanese is now considered a native word, despite it being imported from the Dutch explorers in the 18th century?
That in Dr Who, there is another 9th Doctor, who only appears on the BBC website in his own series of Flash animations, and was replaced by Eccleston?
For that matter, that the Shada animation on the website was based off an aborted story from Douglas Adams, blocked from production by strikes happening at the time? It's also the basis for the first Dirk Gently book. Infact, he hardly got any screenplays in; only his work in the Key of Time arc, The Pirate Planet, actually got filmed and broadcast.
My dad's a Wholigan, I just took after him.