You know the sound the TARDIS makes? That wheezing, groaning… That sound brings hope wherever it goes. To anyone who hears it, Doctor. Anyone, however lost.
…Even you.

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The Day of the Doctor: The Bad Wolf

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alexwrekk:

#doctorWho fans know the first thing we thought of when we saw this. #whovian #badWolf

alexwrekk:

#doctorWho fans know the first thing we thought of when we saw this. #whovian #badWolf

"You’re the one to save us all."

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lordbaelishssweetling:

Bad Wolf references in season one

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invokeur:

Favorite Doctor Who episodes: the Ninth Doctor → Bad Wolf

I keep hearing those words everywhere we go. Bad Wolf. Different times. Different places, like it’s written all over the Universe.

xlies4theliarsx:

Perks to having Whovian friends ;)

xlies4theliarsx:

Perks to having Whovian friends ;)

reversodoreflexo:

"Are you afraid of the big BAD WOLF, Doctor?" - finally found time for a quick sketch, of my favorite Bad Wolf girl, Rose Tyler.
I’m not really happy with her face, but since i couldn’t get it right after 3 times, i just gave up!

reversodoreflexo:

"Are you afraid of the big BAD WOLF, Doctor?" - finally found time for a quick sketch, of my favorite Bad Wolf girl, Rose Tyler.

I’m not really happy with her face, but since i couldn’t get it right after 3 times, i just gave up!

Russell doesn’t like spoilers. When we worked together on the show, we tried not to spoil each other. I’m really serious. When I was doing ‘Silence in the Library,’ [he said], ‘I want you to have River Song pre-figure something about what’s going to happen to Donna, and I said, ‘Don’t tell me what’s going to happen to Donna!’ And I said, ‘What kind of thing is it?’ ‘It’s sad, Steven. It’s very very sad.’ I said, ‘OK OK, I’ll put something sad in.’ [Former production head] Julie Gardner was sitting there saying, ‘You’re working on the same TV show. You can’t behave like this.’
'Doctor Who': Steven Moffat Explains Billie Piper's Role in the 50th | Anglophenia
I thought the story of Rose, which was beautiful, was done. I didn’t want to add to it, and I didn’t feel comfortable adding to it, really. That was always [former Doctor Who showrunner] Russell [T Davies]‘s story. But we did want Billie. And I liked the idea of bringing back the Bad Wolf version. The way Russell ended it in “The End of Time,” by just sort of looping it around, was perfect. I didn’t want to stick another bit of it in. That would be wrong. I just wanted to get Billie Piper, one of the absolute heroes of Doctor Who, back in the show, but without interfering with the story of Rose Tyler. I just thought I might spoil something. I might trip over my bootlaces doing that.

'Doctor Who': Steven Moffat Explains Billie Piper's Role in the 50th | Anglophenia

This article is a fantastic read. Highly recommended.

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bbcone:

Story of your life, hey Doctor?

bbcone:

Story of your life, hey Doctor?

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