triahna:

When they indeed went ice skating on Kur-ha, Martha Jones discovered that in fact, the Doctor was utterly terrible at ice skating.
Birthday present for a friend <3

triahna:

When they indeed went ice skating on Kur-ha, Martha Jones discovered that in fact, the Doctor was utterly terrible at ice skating.

Birthday present for a friend <3

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but you know what? I am good.

(Source: butalwaysserendipitous)

motorizedlollipops:

some martha thing yep sorry

motorizedlollipops:

some martha thing yep sorry

(Source: androsetyler)

claravoyant:

doctor who tropes // word arcs

These are just some of the word arcs in the show that serve to lead the audience to big resolutions at the series finales (usually). 

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Martha Jones

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Inspired by (x)

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pondorasbox:

"You know what? I am good."

We love it!

pondorasbox:

"You know what? I am good."

We love it!


martha jones, she’s gonna save the world: daleks in manhattan

"Intelligence scan initiate. Superior intelligence. This one will become part of the final experiment.”

martha jones, she’s gonna save the world: daleks in manhattan

"Intelligence scan initiate. Superior intelligence. This one will become part of the final experiment.

(Source: brilliantrosetyler)

I’ve only just met him.
It wasn’t even that long ago, but… he is everything.
He’s just everything to me,
and he doesn’t even look at me but I don’t care, cos I love him to bits, and I hope to God he won’t remember me saying this.

(Source: tennantliciouss)

↳ asked by anon

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❝The loneliest people are the kindest. The saddest people smile the brightest. The most damaged people are the wisest. All because they do not wish to see anyone else suffer the way they do.❞ [x]

(Source: ladymills)

Martha.

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Shows reflect life and society. Things have changed and Doctor Who has changed, too. The companions today are there to challenge the Doctor, to contribute. They are intelligent, gutsy, strong, positive role models. Do I think there is room to change further? Yes. I’d love to see the Doctor be a woman one day, or a different ethnicity. It’s one of the major strengths of the show. The Doctor can be anything.
Freema Agyeman in Doctor who? The timelord’s companions since 2005 have their say | Television & radio | The Guardian



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