9 beautiful Doctor and Donna quotes
“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.
And that is how you play the game of cards.
Doctor Who Series 3: Doomsday/The Runaway Bride
Doctor Who Series 4: Journey’s End
How could I ever go back to normal life after seeing this? I’m going to travel with that man forever.
here are my lazy doctor who portraits
Donna Noble: The most important woman in the whole of creation
Doctor Who Television
Time Travel Rule #1: No. Don’t do that.
Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead
Who By Elevens | Eleven Episodes/Serials
Sneak Peek at THE WOMEN OF DOCTOR WHO: Donna Noble - NEW Special Aug 11 BBC America
Revisit the Tenth Doctor’s beloved companion DONNA NOBLE (Catherine Tate) with commentary from celebrity Whovians, including DW Executive Producer and lead writer Steven Moffat, the Fifth Doctor’s PETER DAVISON, Wired’s ADAM ROGERS, The Nerdist’s CHRIS HARDWICK & JONAH RAY and more.
Find out why The Doctor & Donna’s relationship is described as “a buddy cop movie,” and why their comedic chemistry has earned them so many fans.
Don’t miss the World Premiere *** Saturday Aug 11 at 9/8c *** immediately followed by the World Premiere of THE NERDIST: TRIBUTE TO NERD GIRLS at 10/9c, only on BBC America.
The first and most notable of these will of course be the bridal gown she wore the first time she met the Doctor. A good choice for cosplay, as there are bound to be a few knocking about in local thrift stores, but be careful. Donna’s not the only redhead to have rocked a bridal veil in recent Whovian history. Either learn to accept that some people are going to think you’re Amy Pond (and enjoy putting them right) or pick another costume.
Then there’s the Agatha Christie outfit, the Pompeii outfit, each clearly recognizable in their own way, and as they’re not the sort of thing most people wear to go to the shops, definitely worth considering…
But the most important accessory of all is Donna’s attitude. It’s that projected insecurity-as-bullishness thing she does so well. Always speaks her mind, even before she has fully made it up, sometimes. Put that on, and you’ll BE Donna.
From Doctor Who Series 4: Silence in the Library