Winston: Why would you do this? Of all the things you’ve told me, this I find hardest to believe. Why would you invite your friends to see your death?
The Doctor: I had to die, I didn’t have to die alone. Amy and Rory; the last centurion and the girl who waited. However dark it got I’d turn around and there’d they be. If it’s time to go, remember what you’re leaving, remember the best, my friends have always been the best of me.
Winston: …and the woman you spoke of, she was there?
The Doctor: Yes, she was there. River Song came twice.
A madman with a box.
The River Song timeline from the final Doctor Who Confidential
It all makes perfect sense now I was so emotional when she dies now that I kno all the facts it makes it that much harder
Time-addled London is really quite pretty
Tick tock, goes the clock, as Steven Moffat trolls us.
Tick tock, goes the clock, ‘Til Doctor Who on Christmas.
There’s always a swag at the end.
Mr and Mrs Pond ladies and gentlemen.
But still, my brain exploded behind my eyeballs when this happened:
Oh my god, Eleven. Stop being so damn FANTASTIC.
Cool office, though. Why do you have an office? Are you like a special agent boss lady or something? Not sure about the eyepatch though. … And you’ve got an office on a train, that is so cool. Can I have an office? Never had an office before. Or a train. Or a train slash office.
(Her DW set visit in May.)