In the end…
KAREN: yeah, and i do this. which is my favorite part of the scene. ready? [punches arthur]
ARTHUR: you can’t just do it in real life.
Just a few of the significant instances where we have heard the TARDIS’s Cloister Bell.
Not all victories are about saving the universe.
“After seeing the AMAZING trailer by David Fincher for “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” I just had to make a Doctor Who Parody version. Please to enjoy…”
As that Tardis is flying off into the sky, and that’s the end, that’s when her faith in the Doctor is restored because you can see, actually, what a noble being he is, because he’s sacrificed having his friends around.
The Doctor had such a companion crush on her, it was adorable.
-Doctor Who, The God Complex, 6.11
Meet Gibbis, a mole-like creature from the most invaded planet in the galaxy, who the Doctor, Amy & Rory meet in the haunted hotel - played by Brit-comedy icon David Walliams (Little Britain, Come Fly With Me). Learn why Karen Gillan says Walliams “lived up to every expectation” and Steven Moffat calls his character “the ultimate traitor…”
I can’t save you from this; there’s nothing I can do to stop this. I stole your childhood and now I’ve lead you by the hand to your death. But the worst thing is I knew. I knew this would happen, this is what always happens. Forget your faith in me. I took you with me because I was vain. Because I wanted to be adored. Look at you. Glorious Pond. The Girl Who Waited for me. I’m not a hero. I really am just a mad man in a box. And it’s time we saw each other as we really are. Amy Williams. It’s time to stop waiting.
I suppose in the end, they break my heart.
“I’m not a hero. I really am just a mad man in a box. And it’s time we saw each other as we really are. Amy Williams. It’s time to stop waiting.”
Doctor Who, The God Complex
He finally solved the rubix cube!
According to the myths, the Minotaur was a mighty monster - part man, part bull, who was kept in a labyrinth constructed by Daidalos (father of Icarus) that was supposedly impossible to escape from. The creature was sent ‘tributes’ in the form of young humans he would destroy and it was believed that no mortal could slay him… But the hero Theseus declared he would exchange places with one of the intended victims. He smuggled a sword past the guards and took a ball of thread, given to him by Ariadne. He tied one end to the door of the maze and prepared to face the Minotaur… Of course, details of the story vary, but all agree that Theseus managed to slay the creature and escaped the labyrinth by following the twine.