Ahhh don’t really like how this came out but I worked on it for 4 hrs so might as well upload.
Sorry, I can’t hear you over the sound of all the new Oswin URLs.
I didn’t kick you out. I gave you up.
After watching the episode three times in a row (we dvr’d the East Coast broadcast to watch again) we have a whole lot of feels to process.
And we’d be lying if we said we did not want them — it’s exactly these emotions that makes us watch Doctor Who. It’s just harder to reblog stuff when we’re screaming every ten seconds.
Anyway, we now return you to your regularly scheduled Doctor Who blog. Although, to warn you, it may become an Oswin Appreciation blog most of tomorrow.
Asylum of the Daleks was packed with surprises but one of the biggest was the appearance of Jenna Coleman who made her Doctor Who debut in tonight’s episode.
Jenna will be returning as the Doctor’s companion but she made her first appearance in the show tonight, and said: “Boo! Hello! Hope we gave you a good surprise! Thanks to all the fans who kept it quiet and made it so! More to come… watch this space!”
Steven Moffat, Head Writer and Executive Producer, thanked fans and the press for keeping the secret:
“I hope you all got a nice surprise when Jenna popped up in Doctor Who several months early. If so, that surprise came to you courtesy of the frankly magnificent ladies and gentlemen of the press, and of the many Doctor Who forums and blogs too. This show has been seen at four separate screenings, across four different countries and yet not one person gave one spoiler. From all of us on Doctor Who, a heartfelt thank you for helping us tell our story.”
Waiting a week to let out our Asylum of the Daleks feels!! (Taken with Instagram)
Because we are Oswin.
She sits in front of a screen with her keyboard to interact with other people. She lives in an imaginary world to block out reality. She wants to travel with the Doctor but can’t. She wants Rory to take off his shirt just because.
Oswin is Tumblr.
Doctor who! Doctor who! Doctor who!
“I am human”
Where am I?
Are we sure we know where our milk and eggs are coming from?