signedsincerelyme: Dear followers,

signedsincerelyme:

I started watching Doctor Who.

Prepare for the onslaught of random text posts.

I’ll try not to be overbearing,

but I caN’T HELP IT OH MY GOD IT’S SO AWESOME.

Okay.

Love you,

Bec 

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I created this for you so that you can learn about Doctor Who and/or InDoctrinate your friends! 

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lovelysweetpea: it’s official: i’m going to start (probably tomorrow) doctor who

lovelysweetpea:

Yes, its OST has conquer me, and I find fascinating the fandom… And I like David Tennant.

And probably I’ll end as a whovian

Any warnings?

Recomendations?

Am I going to cry? To suffer?

Your wisdom is appreciated, guys.

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Talking to my family on the phone.

  • Dad:
    So your sister has been watching Doctor Who all day.
  • Me:
    Yeah I know! I got her hooked! Have you been watching it with her?
  • Dad:
    No, I fell asleep. But I know he goes around the universe in a blue telephone box thing... and there were these robot things that attacked... and aliens everywhere....
  • 14-year-old sister, from background, watching Doctor Who:
    DAD. THEY'RE NOT ALIENS. THEY'RE JUST DIFFERENT. THEY'RE JUST DIFFERENT CREATURES FROM DIFFERENT WORLDS.
  • Me:
    I am so proud right now.

Doctor Who at Fifty: Facts for the New Fan | GeekMom

Doctor Who celebrates it’s fiftieth year in 2013. Last week saw the forty-ninth anniversary of it’s first episode, a mere twenty five minutes in which the Doctor was played by William Hartnell, age fifty-five. I have been watching avidly since Sylvester McCoy’s incarnation, and have dabbled in other seasons over the years.
There is something about Peter Davison’s Doctor, maybe it’s the attire, that I have a soft spot for, and I will forever love Colin Baker, the man who was only recently replaced by Matt Smith as my dad’s favorite Doctor. Having visited the old Doctor Who museum in Llangollen many times, I also have a fondness for Jon Pertwee. You cannot help it after actually getting to see Bessie in person.
For those of you who are Eccleston converts to the show, here are a few interesting tidbits from across fifty years that I hope will accentuate the enjoyment of the recent years….

Click through for the list…

Doctor Who at Fifty: Facts for the New Fan | GeekMom

Doctor Who celebrates it’s fiftieth year in 2013. Last week saw the forty-ninth anniversary of it’s first episode, a mere twenty five minutes in which the Doctor was played by William Hartnell, age fifty-five. I have been watching avidly since Sylvester McCoy’s incarnation, and have dabbled in other seasons over the years.

There is something about Peter Davison’s Doctor, maybe it’s the attire, that I have a soft spot for, and I will forever love Colin Baker, the man who was only recently replaced by Matt Smith as my dad’s favorite Doctor. Having visited the old Doctor Who museum in Llangollen many times, I also have a fondness for Jon Pertwee. You cannot help it after actually getting to see Bessie in person.

For those of you who are Eccleston converts to the show, here are a few interesting tidbits from across fifty years that I hope will accentuate the enjoyment of the recent years….

Click through for the list…

My sister is watching season 3 of Doctor Who.

to-silverglass:

She is sending me livetexts.

I am afraid of the monster I have unleashed.

So I had a dream last night…

thatonecrazyfangirl:

And I was watching Doctor Who! I’ve NEVER even watched a single episode, and I DREAMED I WAS WATCHING IT.  Who has dreams of fandoms that they AREN’T EVEN A PART OF?!?!

Your fandom is leaking my dear Whovians.

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justwannahangwithstarkid: DOCTOR WHO WHO IS SO GOOD!!!!!

justwannahangwithstarkid:

DOCTOR WHO WHO IS SO GOOD!!!!! 

I am so amazed by its awesomeness!!! 

Christopher Eccleston is just so amazing!!!! He’s hilarious and HE LOVES ROSE TYLER SO MUCH!!!! 

I’m halfway through season 1 and I’m just getting more addicted and more depressed!!!!

Christopher Eccleston is going to be gone in a few days!!!

I don’t know what I’m going to do!!! I love him so much!!! But I’m so excited about David Tennant!!!

BUT I DON’T WANT CHRISTOPHER TO LEAVE!!!!!

Welcome to the fandom, you person of excellent taste.

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doctorzzim: Today is a good day.

doctorzzim:

Today is a good day. One of my closest friends got addicted to doctor who immediately. He has almost watched the entire first season in a single day!!! YAY!!!

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Pretty Sort of Marvelous: My 5-year-old sister who rarely sits through a full episode of any...

timeywimeylady:

My 5-year-old sister who rarely sits through a full episode of any television show, including Doctor Who, just managed to sit through the final two episodes of Spearhead from Space without much said aside from a few questions and was totally absorbed in it. I’m shocked because my 9-year-old sister who loves New Who didn’t do much other than snark about the special effects and lose interest half-way through. Ella (5) hasn’t stopped raving about it since and seems to love Three (or what we see of him in it), she can’t get over the fact it came out the year mum was born. I think it’s safe to say she has a favourite era. I don’t blame her - the plot is far more simplistic than current episodes, and far easier for someone of her age to understand (not knocking any era, I love both).

So THIS is what it’s like to be watching Doctor Who when everyone else is.

walkingtothesoundofyourfeet:

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So this is my first year as a Whovian watching the series as the eps come out (previous seasons have been done as marathons) and I HAVE ALL THE FEELS OMG WHY DOES THIS DO THIS TO ME?

misskira:

Also, if you’ve seen my recent reblogs, you know who my new favorite companion is. After Donna, of course. Always after Donna. 

I JUST HAVE LOTS OF FEELS ABOUT WHY I FEEL THEY DID TONIGHT’S EPISODE.

*dusts off gif folder*

I can think of no better starting point than where it began again in 2005, with “Rose.” Russell T. Davies knew exactly how to balance reintroducing the mythology of the show with the expectations of a modern audience; it’s magic in action and eerily mirrors the major Classic-era relaunch in 1970, “Spearhead from Space,” which is another great starting point although very different from much of the show that surrounds it on either side.
IGN writer Arnold T. Blumberg: If You’re #newtoWHO, Start With Modern Series

Labyrinthine Library: Our oldest daughter (age 4) watched her first episode of Doctor Who...

karethdreams:

Our oldest daughter (age 4) watched her first episode of Doctor Who tonight. After seeing the commercial for something with dinosaurs AND a spaceship she was adamant about getting to stay up to see it.

She absolutely loved it, though now that she has gone to bed I’m going to have to watch it again because I am quite sure I missed more than a few lines of dialogue answering her questions.

At the end, when they are all looking out the TARDIS doors she started crying. After all the dinosaurs, and robots, and missiles, and aliens, and such, we couldn’t figure out why it was then that she started bawling. Finally she calmed down to tell us why.

She said it was because the Doctor looked so sad.

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