brigwife:

#so i took 10 fandoms and i did a thing…

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Party at The Ponds (crossover)

cookieswafting:

who-locked-the-impala:

abbehtron:

This is my favorite thing in the history of ever.

PERFECT POST IS PERFECT. MORE NOTES.

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What’s Happening at the BBC America Booth at Comic-ConBooth signings with The Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick on Thursday, Doctor Who Executive Producer Caroline Skinner on Saturday, Merlin’s Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath on Saturday, and demos of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock every day.

What’s Happening at the BBC America Booth at Comic-Con

Booth signings with The Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick on Thursday, Doctor Who Executive Producer Caroline Skinner on Saturday, Merlin’s Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath on Saturday, and demos of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock every day.

Merlin cast moments in Doctor Who

debatchery:

Part Two here

btw, the Merlin Rewatch (currently Season 2) is on BBC America tonight.

Merlin premieres tonight on BBC America with a marathon of season 1, starting at 8!

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The Hunger Games: Superwholockin

lucyisforeversherlocked:

SUPERWHOLOCKIN and The Hunger Games!! :O Too many epic fandoms! My mind is BLOWN!

supercrossover.

(Source: waywardism)

Doctor Who and Merlin Shared Cast Part 1

Featuring:

Colin Morgan as Jethro Cane and Merlin

Anthony Head as Brother Lazar and Uther Pendragon

Angel Coulby as Katherine and Guinevere

Michelle Ryan as Lady Christina de Souza and Nimueh


See also: Part 2 and Part 3

I Don't Make Up Clever Names.: Day 12: Name a Doctor Who TV crossover that you would love to see...

bluetoothtoaster:

The issue here is that I have ideas, but they would all be too problematic.

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See, I love Merlin but its too historically innacurate to make a good Doctor Who episode. Also, Arthurian legend was already sorta-kinda tackled in Battlefield. Casting issues with Colin Morgan, Anthony Head and Richard Wilson as well.

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Another one of my favorite shows is Downton Abbey. Yes, it is historic, but I also think its the type of show that would suffer if it had a run-in with a Time Lord. Also, casting problems as well. All British television shows seem to run into each other with that.

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I also enjoyed, for its short run, BBC’s Robin Hood. Again, there is severe problems with historical accuracy, and minor casting problems. It’s also over, so there is that problem.

Just about the only other shows I watch are Bones and NCIS occasionally. Both American crime shows, which would clash horribly with the plot of Doctor Who. The general idea is, though, that any crossovers I would like would be incredibly problematic at best.

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