So at first I was really upset with 11’s death because I felt like he didn’t actually die. Every other Doctor gave his life to directly help someone he truly, deeply cared for, but 11 just kept getting older until the Time Lords decided it was time for him to regenerate.
And then I thought about that for a while, and I realized that 11’s regeneration was actually the most beautiful of them all. Because every other Doctor gave his life to directly help someone, but the Time Lords came to him and basically said, “No. You’ve selflessly died too many times. Just this once, you live.”
is it me, or did that whole regeneration feel… rushed and anticlimactic?
still a pretty good episode but
It was about the new beginning and accepting and saying good-bye. I think it was done that way on purpose. 11 has learned how to accept change.<3
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"An Adventure in Space and Time"
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THE DOCTOR IS FINALLY HAPPY. THIS IS IT. THE FUCKING PLOT TWIST OF THE ANNIVERSARY IS THAT THE DOCTOR IS FINALLY MOTHERFUCKINGLY HAPPY. I AM SO HAPPY.
BUT DOES THAT MEAN 11’S ENDING WILL BE UNHAPPY?
AND CLARA GOT A JOB AT COAL HILL SCHOOL OMG
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Thanks. This made it even worse.
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