You are all I have, Monster. But all will be well, imperfect as we are.
- Ada Gillyflower (Doctor Who S7E11: The Crimson Horror)
I’m not running away from things. I’m running to them before they flare and fade forever.
And now they’ve taken a child. The child of your best friends.
And they’re going to turn her into a weapon just to bring you down.
And all this, my love, in fear of you.
Doctor Who has never pretended to be hard science fiction … At best Doctor Who is a fairytale, with fairytale logic about this wonderful man in this big blue box who at the beginning of every story lands somewhere where there is a problem. - neil gaiman
“Today we’re off to a cry for help from the scariest place in the universe: a child’s bedroom,” the Doctor told Amy and Rory as they marched off to save the child terrorized by stuffs of nightmares.
- Doctor Who S06E09. Night Terrors. (ver. 2)
it is offensive to us to extinguish such divine hatred.
Doctor Who meme | undernoticed quotes | (1/?) | The God Complex
“I’d forgotten not all victories are about saving the universe”
#YES #THIS IS SO IMPORTANT #THE DOCTOR NEEDS TO REMEMBER THIS #ESPECIALLY WHEN HE GETS A BIG HEAD ABOUT HOW GREAT HE IS #AND AGAIN #IT WAS RORY WHO SAID IT #RORY IS ALWAYS FINDING WAYS TO HUMBLE THE DOCTOR AND THE DOCTOR KNOWS IT #AND THAT’S WHY HE LOVES RORY #NOT MANY PEOPLE MAKE HIM FEEL HUMBLE #AND IT’S JUST REALLY IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER LINES LIKE THIS
If you ever feel down and/or lack of self confidence : remember that you are unique in the universe.
Scenes like this is why I love Doctor Who.
Just a, you know, casual reminder.
"The Tracks of my Tears."
“There is a time to live, and a time to sleep. You are an echo, River. Like Clara, like all of us. In the end, my fault, I know. But you should have faded by now.”
There were some beautiful lines in this episode. This one reminds me of what Sarah Jane said about everything having a time and what River Song said in her closing monologue in Series 4.