#I FEEL LIKE HALF THE FANDOM MISSED THIS JOKE #BECAUSE NO ONE CACKLED AS MUCH AS I DID WHEN SHE SAID THIS #LIKE SRSLY PEOPLE #THAT WAS A DAMN GOOD ONE #HIGH FIVES TO AMY #SPOILERS

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#DOCTORWHO Inside Look: The Power of Three via @BBCAmerica

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The Power of Three

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At Home With The Ponds
Behind the scenes on ‘The Power of Three’

At Home With The Ponds

Behind the scenes on ‘The Power of Three’

From Doctor Who: The Power of Three

From Doctor Who: The Power of Three

A Companion To The Doctor’s Companions: The Brigadier | Anglophenia
Learn more about Kate Stewart’s dad, the Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart:

The Brig is the only companion to have seen active service with the First Doctor (once he’d been brought back by the Time Lords) the Second Doctor, the Third Doctor, the Fourth Doctor, the Fifth Doctor, the Seventh Doctor and be mentioned fondly by the Tenth Doctor too.  AND he made an appearance in the Sarah Jane Adventures, and would have even met the Tenth Doctor in an episode called Sarah Jane’s Wedding, had Nicholas Courtney not been too poorly to take part.  Which is more than you can say for Turlough.
So what is it about the Brigadier which made him so special? Well it all started with the Second Doctor and some yetis in the London Underground. The Brigadier, with his brace of Scottish names – Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart indeed – is essentially a more authoritative, less boisterous Jamie. His job is to prevent the Doctor from gadding about, and focus on the job in hand. He is neither charmed nor moved by the Doctor’s eccentricities, and he absolutely insists on getting the job done….

A Companion To The Doctor’s Companions: The Brigadier | Anglophenia

Learn more about Kate Stewart’s dad, the Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart:

The Brig is the only companion to have seen active service with the First Doctor (once he’d been brought back by the Time Lords) the Second Doctor, the Third Doctor, the Fourth Doctor, the Fifth Doctor, the Seventh Doctor and be mentioned fondly by the Tenth Doctor too.  AND he made an appearance in the Sarah Jane Adventures, and would have even met the Tenth Doctor in an episode called Sarah Jane’s Wedding, had Nicholas Courtney not been too poorly to take part.  Which is more than you can say for Turlough.

So what is it about the Brigadier which made him so special? Well it all started with the Second Doctor and some yetis in the London Underground. The Brigadier, with his brace of Scottish names – Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart indeed – is essentially a more authoritative, less boisterous Jamie. His job is to prevent the Doctor from gadding about, and focus on the job in hand. He is neither charmed nor moved by the Doctor’s eccentricities, and he absolutely insists on getting the job done….

slecwelb:

Top 20 Doctor Who Companions (In no favorite order)

  • Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart

 I just do the best I can.

The Eleventh Hour (5x01) / The Power of Three (7x04)

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Go with him.

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My mom walked in during Doctor Who when the BBC was doing it’s “cube news reporting” and she totally thought it was really happening!

monsterbeauty:

mom: “What is happening?! Why are there cubes? Tell me!!

time-lords-assemble: My favorite cube from the episode…

time-lords-assemble:

I must say, my favorite cube from the episode was the one that played the Chicken Dance. 
Because it’s a rebel like that.  

The Power of Three

fictionadventurer:

Omigosh, I almost died from the cute and the heartwarming.

That is all.

hawtornes:

“The Power Of Three

brigwife:

Kate (Lethbridge)-Stewart

“The pest-controllers of the universe. That’s how the tales went, didn’t it?”

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