margflower:

30 DAYS OF SUMMER BREAK DOCTOR WHO

Day 26: Which character would you most want to meet IRL and why?

I am guessing this means other than the Doctor.

Jamie McCrimmon. From what I have watched of his character so far, I think he would be a great friend. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the classic series, Jamie was a companion to the 2nd Doctor. The Doctor picked him up in 18th Century Scotland where he was fighting redcoats. He was an extremely loyal companion and fought whenever the situation called for it. He also reminded me of Captain Jack in the sense that he seems to be flirting quite a bit. I bet he would have no problem at all getting along with our current Scottish companion, Amy. I also love way he reacted to seeing an airplane for the first time. “It’s a flying beastie!”

The last time we heard his name was actually in a David Tennant episode called “Tooth and Claw”. When the Doctor is asked for his name he says it is “James McCrimmon.” 

30 Days of Summer Break Doctor Who

lucysayshullo:

Day 26: Which character would you most want to meet IRL and why?

Without a shadow of a doubt, it would have to be Dorium.

He owns the coolest haunt in space (the Maldovarium is favoured by certain handsome Time Agents, don’t you know), and has contacts pretty much EVERYWHERE. He could definitely get you into MarsStock 5164, probably backstage VIP (at a cost). Just don’t leave any drinks lying around - Callisto pulses come with a hefty price tag, I hear.

SPACE PARTY!!

reddenim:

30 Days of Summer Break Doctor Who :: Day Twenty-Five :: The TARDIS has a pool. What other weird rooms or objects do you there are in there?
A badger sanctuary

reddenim:

30 Days of Summer Break Doctor Who :: Day Twenty-Five :: The TARDIS has a pool. What other weird rooms or objects do you there are in there?

A badger sanctuary

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Euphonic Calamity: 30 Days of Who. Day 25: What weird rooms or objects do you think are in the TARDIS?

euphoniccalamity:

Somewhere deep, dark, and very hard to find, would be a single room holding all of the Doctor’s reminders of his life and family on Galifrey. He would tuck it away somewhere where he would seldom have to pass. And when he does, he pauses. Forgets what he is doing, and stares blankly at the door, wanting so badly to enter, but wanting so badly to forget. And occasionally, when he is feeling exceptionally depressed, he enters that special room, and just sits. For hours. Thinking and remembering and being happy doing so. Eventually he gets up and leaves, repressing all of those pent up emotions to go wandering through space and time until he runs into something interesting. Something different and unique and mad and impossible. Something sufficient enough to occupy his time and mind enough to, even briefly, forget about his past sufferings and losses. To give him the opportunity to look for the present and the future, rather than his personal past.

Yet even then, in the back of his mind, that singular room is always calling to him; a slight echo of what used to be.

(Source: patchworkedpeople)

sharksinspace:

Day 25: The TARDIS has a pool. What other weird rooms or objects do you think are in there?

A pool isn’t really weird.  I mean, some houses do have pools.  And to be honest, I’m still really hung up on the pool because I love pools.  I imagine the TARDIS pool looking like the Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle, and the TARDIS can produce fake sunlight or moonlight for it so it looks like you’re outside.

But yeah, pool fantasizing aside…
I imagine the TARDIS has a scullery, for some reason.  The Doctor doesn’t use it, of course, or maybe he stores some stuff in it that has nothing to do with a scullery’s purpose.  But it’s there anyway, and he probably forgets about it, until he or a companion stumbles onto it one day while wandering.

I also imagine there’s a cat room.  Like, a big playroom for cats.  The Doctor thought it was a good idea once, not realizing he is way too busy for pets, and then he forgot about them completely.  But they’re okay, the TARDIS feeds them and takes care of them.

unwillingadventurer:

30 days of summer break Doctor Who- Day 25- What weird rooms or objects do you think are in the TARDIS?

The main thing we like to believe is in there, is the time and space visualiser that the Doctor acquired from ‘The Chase’ in which he used as a time television that could look at any point in history. He used it to watch Ian and Barbara arrive home and we like to imagine that still, in the TARDIS, tucked away in a room, caked in dust is the machine where he secretly goes to whenever he’s alone and likes to see what all his companions are getting up to; he never talks about them because he doesn’t need to…he watches them from time to time.

There is a wardrobe definitely which is probably filled with not only the Doctor’s outfits but also Jamie’s kilts, Jo’s knee high boots, Ian’s kimono has to be in there somewhere next to Rose’s purple top that she left behind. There is also the companions bedrooms still as they left them and the food machine which probably broke down in the 60’s and the Doctor hasn’t bothered to repair it.

There has to be a museum of sorts. In the Edge of Destruction audio book, Ian is described as walking through corridor upon corridor in the TARDIS coming across old paintings, artefacts and random rubbish. We like to think The Doctor may have tidied it up a bit since the sixties and everything is in some sort of catalogued museum or it could just look like another Totter’s lane.  Probably there would also be as shown in ‘The Doctor’s wife’ some old TARDIS consoles in case he needs to revert back to a previous style.

And on a dark thought there is some sort of prison lurking deep amongst the engine rooms; it’s not a normal prison but merely there in case the Doctor encounters any fugitives and needs a place to keep them; he did offer to keep the Master as his prisoner after all, there are probably rooms on the TARDIS that even the Doctor himself doesn’t know about; wouldn’t surprise us if there was a genesis ark lurking as well…

30 days of summer break Doctor Who

mangacraz00:

Day 25: The TARDIS has a pool. What other weird rooms or objects do you think are in there?


Everything

No, really. I think that the TARDIS has everything. Any room, you name it, she’s got it.

  • Bowling room? Check
  • Movie Theater? Check
  • Stage? Check
  • Kitchen? Check
  • Workshop? Check
  • Furniture room? Check
  • Art Room? Check
  • Makeup room? Check
  • Bouncy castle room? Check
  • Hat room? Check

And that’s just a small portion of the list.

(Source: cutestforlife)

Day 25: The TARDIS has a pool. What other weird rooms or objects do you think are in there?

undercoverhufflepuff:

I like to think that somewhere, in the depths of the TARDIS, is a park. You know, one with a set of swings, maybe some monkey bars or a slide, some grass, a tree, and a bench. Somewhere that the Doctor or his companions can retreat to and relax for a little while. That and it’s probably nice to just sit on a swing for a while.

You know…between saving the universe and stuff.

(Source: a-dinosaur-on-a-spaceship)

welldone-you:

Day 24: What is your most memorable Rory death scene?

“According to legend, wherever the Pandorica was taken, throughout its  long history, the Centurion would be there, guarding it. He appears as  an iconic image in the artwork of many cultures, and there are several  documented accounts of his appearances and his warnings to the many who  attempted to open the box before its time. His last recorded appearance  was during the London Blitz in 1941. The warehouse where the Pandorica  was stored was destroyed by incendiary bombs, but the box itself was  found the next morning, a safe distance from the blaze. There are  eyewitness accounts from the night of the fire of a figure in Roman  dress, carrying the box from the flames.  Since then, there have been no sightings of the Lone Centurion, and many  have speculated that if he ever existed, he perished in the fires of  that night, performing one last act of devotion to the box he had  pledged to protect for nearly 2,000 years.”

Easily the most memorable “Rory death scene” (if this counts as a scene) is when we’re made to believe that he died protecting the  Pandorica. The fact that he vowed to protect Amy within it is the sweetest thing I’ve ever heard, and believing he died doing it is just asking for the flood of tears. Rory Williams: perfect human being.

welldone-you:

Day 24: What is your most memorable Rory death scene?

“According to legend, wherever the Pandorica was taken, throughout its long history, the Centurion would be there, guarding it. He appears as an iconic image in the artwork of many cultures, and there are several documented accounts of his appearances and his warnings to the many who attempted to open the box before its time. His last recorded appearance was during the London Blitz in 1941. The warehouse where the Pandorica was stored was destroyed by incendiary bombs, but the box itself was found the next morning, a safe distance from the blaze. There are eyewitness accounts from the night of the fire of a figure in Roman dress, carrying the box from the flames. Since then, there have been no sightings of the Lone Centurion, and many have speculated that if he ever existed, he perished in the fires of that night, performing one last act of devotion to the box he had pledged to protect for nearly 2,000 years.”

Easily the most memorable “Rory death scene” (if this counts as a scene) is when we’re made to believe that he died protecting the  Pandorica. The fact that he vowed to protect Amy within it is the sweetest thing I’ve ever heard, and believing he died doing it is just asking for the flood of tears. Rory Williams: perfect human being.

(Source: suninretreat)

mandkips:

Day 24: What is your most memorable Rory death scene?I would have chosen the death in Amy’s Choice, but Rory’s best death scene should probably be about him, and not about Amy. It just was really touching to see how much Rory trusts Amy in this episode… and really strengthened my view on their relationship. (and made Rory even more awesome.) It’s another reason why I love Amy / Rory. :)  

mandkips:

Day 24: What is your most memorable Rory death scene?

I would have chosen the death in Amy’s Choice, but Rory’s best death scene should probably be about him, and not about Amy. 

It just was really touching to see how much Rory trusts Amy in this episode… and really strengthened my view on their relationship. (and made Rory even more awesome.) It’s another reason why I love Amy / Rory. :)  

scribbly-wibbly-stuff:

30 DAYS OF SUMMER BREAK DOCTOR WHO - DAY 24

24. What is your most memorable Rory death scene?

During “The Doctor’s Wife.” Because that was seriously disturbing. 


Day 24: What is your most memorable Rory death scene?

suurahhhinthetardis:

When he was turned to dust in Amy’s Choice. I thought it was one of the coolest ways that he died. Of course being erased from time is cool too but when I read this question the disintegrating Rory popped into my mind first.

worth-the-monsters:

30 DAYS OF DOCTOR WHO
Day 23: Favorite Villian
I cannot really think of very many villians (besides the master and I don’t really like the master…..)
So I will say The Family of Blood. I think that they are scary and funny and I like their head tilt.

worth-the-monsters:

30 DAYS OF DOCTOR WHO

Day 23: Favorite Villian

I cannot really think of very many villians (besides the master and I don’t really like the master…..)

So I will say The Family of Blood. I think that they are scary and funny and I like their head tilt.

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unwillingadventurer:

30 day summer break Doctor Who-day 23 fav villain?  

classic series- Davros. When we were kids we remember we used to be terrified of his hysterical screaming. we weren’t scared of the Daleks but the man who created them…sure…especially him and Nyder in Genesis of the Daleks, a villainous pair and whenever Davros returned we would remember how we felt the first time we saw him, shrieking and slowly emerging in the bottom dalek casing all mutated and evil. wow.

New Series- Rickston Slade from Voyage of the Damned, not really a full out villain but a representation of the worst people can be. he would probably sacrifice his mother to save himself and a character driven by pure greed and selfishess. He laughed when others died but then sobbed like a baby when he nearly died and when you thought he may have learnt from his ordeal you find that he CANNOT change, all he cared about was that he had become rich at the expense of hundreds of deaths.  its an interesting character clash between him and Mr. Copper who will go on to set up the subwave network with his millions where as Rickston will represent the worst of qualities, greed and power. An obscure answer but to us the worst kind of person.




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