wow is it possible to love all of the companions and all of the doctors because i do
Yes. Everything right up there. Thank you.
Doctor Who x Pride and Prejudice
Doctor Who Series 2: School Reunion
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A series of posters designed to commemorate and honour the series we all love - Doctor Who.
Featuring every companion from Susan Foreman right up to Jenna-Louise Coleman’s character, who will be introduced in the Christmas Special.
The full set can be viewed here.
“My friends have always been the best of me.”
List of Doctor Who phrases that will make me cry
- You were fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. And you know what? So was I.
- Take me back!
- And I suppose, if it’s my last chance to say it: Rose Tyler…
- Oh, Donna Noble. I am so sorry. But we had the best of times.
- Hello, Doctor. It is so very, very nice to meet you.
- I don’t want to go.
- Come along, Pond. Please.
Before we say a final farewell to Amy & Rory this Saturday, spend a little extra time with “Kaz” and “the Beak” - and hear what they’ve got eyes on to nick from the DOCTOR WHO set before they wrap on the show for good.
“There are many mementos I want to take from the set…”
Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday
Doctor Who, Series 1, Episode 1, Rose.
Given the impressive range of abilities displayed by the male traveling companions of the Doctor, it’s startling to consider that Rory Pond (né Williams) had any ground left to break. But he did: first companion to die more than once, first companion to turn bumbling inefficiency into a battle plan, first companion to live for over 1,000 years, and the first to father a child within the TARDIS.
For the actor playing him, these moments of newness can’t have been that big a deal, as he has to play Rory as if everything is a first, which of course he does. However, all credit to Arthur Darvill, whose last appearance as the Last Centurion is this Saturday, for not only playing wide-eyed innocence, but also comedic huffiness at being perpetually ignored, desperate loyalty to the willful Amy, and of course, lots and lots of death scenes.