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Shuush.

Shuush.

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thediadem:

Tick, tock, goes the clock, the River kills the Doctor.

thediadem:

Tick, tock, goes the clock, the River kills the Doctor.

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If this series does have an overarching theme then it’s parental love, or parental acceptance. There was the pirate Captain Avery mending his ways. There was Ganger Jimmy accepting his own humanity by being a proper Dad. There was Alex saving the day by accepting his alien son George. And now here’s Craig, blowing the Cybermen up with love. This can’t be a coincidence, since there’s another parent-child relationship out there in dire need of some resolution…

Dan Martin on “Closing Time,” Guardian, September 24, 2011

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penguinspy42:

All I could see in my mind the entire scene was River standing in the doorway behind him.

panic-in-the-tardis:

om nom nom nom nom

panic-in-the-tardis:

om nom nom nom nom

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Shuush.

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Can I just say closing time was FANTASTIC

wordsareshadows:

the whole episode was a lot of fun. It was scary and gripping, but then hilarious two seconds later. Matt Smith was brilliant. It felt like he was sad and happy, getting well and truly ready to die. He was great. Fantastic. Doctor Who at its best. Classic Doctor Who. Just, bloody fantastic. A must watch.

stormageddons-peasant:

because he’s the Dark Lord of ALL

stormageddons-peasant:

because he’s the Dark Lord of ALL

(Source: sassydonovan)

Beware! It’s the Stormageddon Dark Lord of All!

kristalbrooks:

#he will defeat you with his cuteness and his babyness #his special powers are: snuggle, cry, puppy eyes #super effective against: everything #weaknesses: baby talk; the doctor

  • Val:
    Hope you don't mind my saying, Doctor, but I think you look ever so sweet, you and your partner and the baby.
  • Doctor:
    Partner. Yes, I like it. Is it better than 'companion'?
  • Val:
    Companion sounds old-fashioned. There's no need to be coy these days.

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“Well then, old girl…one last trip…”

“Well then, old girl…one last trip…”

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