As thankless tasks go, having to pick just ten funny moments from the entire history of what is often an extremely funny show ranks right up there at the top, near running your local Neighborhood Watch. Whatever we pick will be wrong, and if we extend this post out to include everyone’s suggestions it’ll be heavy enough to create a black hole on the internet.
So, here are ten funny moments from Doctor Who, past and present. There are many, many more…
visit Anglophenia for the list!
that moment when the doctor has an inside joke with himself
And then he was waiting to hear Rose laugh, but when he didn’t, he remembered that she was trapped on a parallel world where he could never reach her, and in this moment, he died a little on the inside cause no one got it and Rose is still not there with him.
it was funny up until comment above mentioned rose
everything is sad again
Go in the corner and think about what you’ve done. All of you.
Earlier this week we posted Vulture’s list of 25 Most Devoted Fandoms. They’ve updated their coverage by hosting a
hilarious thought-provoking conversation between three superfans, Barnaby Edwards, a British expat and president of the Doctor Who New York fan group; Kim Rogers, a leader of the "Save Community" movement; and Brian Moylan, a pop-culture writer who has been recapping the Real Housewives for three years…
Vulture: I’ve gathered you all here today to argue over which of your favorite shows is the most worthy of an intense fandom. Let’s respect our elders and begin with the oldest show, the 49-year-old Doctor Who. Barnaby?
Barnaby (Doctor Who): I actually come from a place where Doctor Who’s been a part of my life since I was 6, so it really is like family. And I can honestly say that there is not a single episode of Doctor Who that I do not enjoy; no matter how dreadful, I can always find a piece of pleasure in it. And if I’m ever down, I can look through a great big list of episodes that go from drama to tragedy to comedy to adventure to action and find something that fits my mood. There’s always a Doctor Who story for it. That’s a pretty special thing.
Kim (Community): Fifty years; yeah, that’s amazing.
Barnaby (DW): You only wish you’d get five.
lol. The conversation also included exchanges like this:
Barnaby (DW): I actually tend to stick people right in the middle myself. My jumping on point for Doctor Who is always “Blink.”
Kim (C): Well, that’s a good one, too, like “Remedial Chaos Theory.”
Barnaby (DW): It’s absolutely, interestingly enough, like “Remedial Chaos Theory.”
Vulture: I don’t know if I like how well you guys are getting along.
Is that a dalek with a lightning shaped scar on its forehead?
It’s the Dalek Who Lived.
plot twist: harry potter was a dalek the whole time
Helmic regulator again….
NASA probe “Curiosity” lands on Mars [moments from now]. I’ve seen this Doctor Who episode. I know how this ends! I’m glad my blood type is not A positive!
Talking what’s next for the time traveling series and how this year’s Con is treating them.
A fantastic video, a humorous look back at childhood, and proof that all Whovians are ridiculously creative.
This is relevant to our intersets. (Mild NSFW for language)
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter
Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes
Matt Smith as The Doctor
Daniel Craig as James Bond
Philip Glenister as Gene Hunt
Avengers: United Kingdom
No molemen, rock people or ice giants? Some educational poster.
Awww, Dalek is going home for Christmas.
Reblogging mostly because of the source post: a Tumblr that describes itself as “a short collection of Angel art”
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