Things I’ve learned from Rose, Martha and Donna.
"Number ten once regenerated and kept the same face. I had vanity issues at the time."
yes this will be the version i reblog
because it has the first time two said it
"Tell me, Doctor, why I’m wasting my time with you…."
why do people just assume that aliens dont wear clothes
I’d prefer him without clothes
I think everyone would prefer him without clothes
Donna doesn’t even know him
You went there you fucking went there
pretty sure i keep reblogging this
yeahhh I want this on my blog again
It all makes sense.
I love how long it took for us to finally get to the bottom of this
It only took him about 500 years and 10 regenerations….
Classic Who/New Who parallels: The Crusade//Tooth and Claw
[Bonus note: Sir Ian Chesterton was made a Knight of Jaffa by King Richard in this episode.]
GALLIFREY GALLIFREY GALLIFREY
When it was first hinted that the 50th would be about the Time War, I had a flicker of hope. Maybe, just maybe, Moffat would fix everything and change the Doctor’s horrible destiny. As the episode unfurled, the tiny flicker grew bigger and bigger. I am beyond happy with The Day of the Doctor. It was everything that I wanted and more, it was everything that I didn’t know I wanted (like Clara on a bike – I fell in love) and everything I could never have imagined (like Gallifrey standing, GALLIFREY LIVES). Moffat fixed everything, he fixed the continuity, he fixed the Time War and the fall of Gallifrey, he fixed the Doctor’s guilt and his pain at being the last of the Time Lords, he fixed the deaths of millions of innocents and the loss of an entire planet and civilization - the Doctor’s planet, his people.
It was, indeed, the Day of the Doctor, of the man who doesn’t run away, the man who saves worlds and leaves hope in his wake, the man whose promise was to “Never cruel or cowardly. Never give up. Never give in.” I was always conflicted about the idea that he would choose to burn his own people, when the core of the Doctor is that there is always another option to violence, there is wit, hope and friendship, clever plans and second chances. The Day of the Doctor was all about that, about who the Doctor is and who he should never stop being.
"I dream about where I’m going." She always laughs at that. "But you’re not going anywhere - you’re just wandering about." That’s not true. Not anymore. I have a new destination. My journey is the same as yours, the same as anyone’s. It’s taken me so many years, so many lifetimes, but at last I know where I’m going, where I’ve always been going.
This is possibly the most perfect quote in the history of Doctor Who (and there are many that I love), because Moffat managed to turn the destruction of Gallifrey into something beautiful, a lesson for the Doctor to realize that he should stop running for a while and pop back home, go right back to the start. He has a home and a family, and I can’t wait to see the Shining World of the Seven Systems in all its glory.