Hang on. Why are we doing this?
No Season 4. So we will never know what that red stone was at the end of S3.
oh no! :((((
“I play Caretaker Two,” David [Tennant] says proudly. “It’s very hard not to get excited. I would kill to do more of these.” David is a fully-fledged, card-carrying Doctor Who fan. “My granny even knitted me a long Tom Baker scarf. And a cricket jumper. I used to jump around the back garden making up my own stories. As I got older, I’d make up my own seasons.”
In the back garden?
“Yeah – casting myself in all the parts. Oh God, how embarrassing.”
This is before he was 10 and consequently 10000% cuter.
The TARDIS in New Earth
::mumbles evasively and hands you tissues::
THAT CHAPTER IS ABSOFUCKINLUTELY BRILLIANT!!!
I didn’t expect something like that, but it’s so perfect and SO FUCKING SAD!!! Why is this so sad? And so beautiful? And a tiny bit optimistic but still SO SAD?
but I’m so glad because it was one of the best explanation why Rose chose Tentoo, being earlier intimate with the Doctor…
She trusts him. Always and forever.
I love this chapter so much even if I hate it…
sorry for a messy answer but just… ALL THE FEELS!!!
Summary: After the TARDIS falls into the pit on Krop Tor one of its rooms’ timelines is thrown off, giving the Doctor and Rose a sketchy glimpse into the future. At first glance things look grim, until Rose decides they can put the room to good use after all.
Characters: 10th Doctor, Rose Tyler
Rating: Adult (NSFWish chapter)
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- ArtistDavid Tennant
- AlbumRomeo and Juliet
It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
David as the bouncy, love sick Romeo puppy.
Rose ended up with the Doctor who wasn’t the Doctor, didn’t she? So I suppose she’d be happy with the Doctor who isn’t the Doctor… and my daughter can have The Doctor who is The Doctor Peter Davison, on Doctor Who. MystiCon 2013. x
If you think the Doctor didn’t love Rose I feel bad for you son. I got 99 problems but a deep and fundamental misunderstanding of the text ain’t one.
Steven Moffat Doesn’t Understand Grief, and It’s Killing Doctor Who
There’s a popular joke I’ve seen floating around on Tumblr for a while now. It goes like this:
“Joss Whedon, Steven Moffat and George R.R. Martin walk into a bar and everyone you’ve ever loved dies.”
Here’s the problem, though:
SOMEBODY FINALLY FUCKING SAID IT THANK YOU
"But more importantly than that, when you have no death, when nothing truly has weight or scale, when decisions don’t stick and nobody feels the consequences… it’s hard to care about anything. The stakes on the show feel so low at this point that a once addictive program is unengaging, dull and hollow."
Przybyłam. Zobaczyłam. Opisałam.
Byle. Do. Stycznia.