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crazyshort17 said: Just started watching Doctor Who! And i already am on the third season but i need help processing saying goodbye to rose can you help?

First: Welcome to the fandom! Or as we like to say here on the Doctor Who Tumblr, congrats on being #NewToWho!
Second: Saying goodbye to Rose is really hard, but thankfully there’s an entire community of Whovians on Tumblr who have been through exactly this (say hi to crazyshort17, Whovians!)
Goodbyes are one of the more difficult things in life. There are all kinds of goodbyes: the goodbyes that are really ‘I’ll see you soon’s; the goodbyes when we know we won’t ever see the person again and the ones that aren’t really goodbye at all. 
When we here at the Doctor Who Tumblr have to say goodbye, we like to remind ourselves to also say, “We’re really glad that we got to know you.” 
The best thing about being a Whovian is that in those times when we have to do difficult things like say goodbye, we can also appreciate that there are so many people left to say hello to! There are thousands of other Doctor Who fans who would love to talk to you about what you’re processing at the moment.


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DoctorWho.tv: Getting to Know Who - Series 1, Episode 1: Rose

DoctorWho.tv has an excellent episode guide called "Getting To Know Who". This is the bit they wrote about ‘Rose’:

Why it’s worth a watch

As “jumping on” points go, there are few better than Rose. It manages to reset the series perfectly for a new audience – the arrival of a new Doctor that doesn’t get bogged down in the complex business of regeneration, and (even more importantly) introducing a new companion, who we care about and whose life of “alarm-work-home-repeat” we can all relate to. There’s bags of action and running around, but this time it’s supplemented by modern (at the time) CGI. Balanced against this are moments of great stillness, like the Key Quote, above, and tonnes of comedy – mainly from the phenomenal Jackie Tyler, but also, perhaps surprisingly, from Christopher Ecceleston’s grinning Doctor. When Rose finally dashes into the TARDIS at the end, none of us can wait to join her…

You should click through for the whole thing.


5th March 2005.

The day the Autons attacked.

Favourite series one episode//places + things

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the only character to wake up normally ever

Doctor Who Series 1: Rose

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Lots of planets have a North.

Doctor Who Series 1: Rose and World War Three

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Rose Tyler.
Doctor Who Series 1: Rose

Rose Tyler.

Doctor Who Series 1: Rose

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New Who Companions: from Beginning to End.

Doctor Who, Series 1, Episode 1, Rose.

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Go home.

From Doctor Who Series 1: Rose

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