This is killing me. This beautiful couple and their beautiful love and their, “If you love me let me die.” I CANNOT ANYMORE.
After 2 months, I am finally at The Angels Take Manhattan.
I’m ready but not ready.
Wish me luck.
We’re all here for you.
I call this one “I Think I May Have Found the Rock that the Ponds and the Doctor had a Picnic on so I Sat on It and Cried but then Later Realized that it wasn’t the Correct Rock Probably.”
#doctor who #the angels take manhattan #NYC #central park #i looked and it’s a different bridge in the background when they’re on the rock #it’s stone not the nice white/off white bridge he runs over #not spoilers
“Rory! Do I have noticeable lines on my eyes?”
This is the difficult bit. If I got this right, you’re reading this letter a week after we left in the TARDIS. The thing is: we’re not coming back. We’re alive and well and stuck in New York, 50 years before I was born. We can’t come home again, I won’t ever see you again and that breaks my heart.
I’m so sorry, Dad. I thought about this for years and I realised there was one thing that I could do, I could write you, tell you everything about how we lived, about how, despite it all, we were happy. But before I do, I need you to know…
you are the best dad any son could have had.
And for all the times I drove you mad and you drove me mad, all the times I snapped at you… I’m sorry. I miss everything about you, especially our awkward hugs.
I bought a trough, we have a small yard, a garden. But one more important bit of business, the man who delivered the letter, Anthony. Be nice to him…
because he’s your grandson.
We finally adopted in 1946: Anthony Brian Williams. He can tell you everything, he’ll have the family albums and I realise having a grandson who’s older than you is so far beyond weird.
But I’m sorry. I love you, Dad. I miss you.
It’s the unshot epilogue to ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ that let’s us know what happened to Rory’s dad and The Ponds. If you haven’t seen it, please watch it here. Warning:
tears will be shed Brian will have everything he needs to water the plants.
We’re going to spend the rest of the day answering the messages in our Ask. All of them seem to be about little baby elephants stumbling into our askbox, holding small letters which… wait a second… that’s… just… like…. OH GALLIFREY!!! NOT AGAIN!!!
THIS IS NOT OKAY BABY ELEPHANTS!!! NOT OKAY!!!
Find out what happened to Rory’s dad and the Ponds in this scene written by Chris Chibnall and narrated by Arthur Darvill.
Because somebody’s got to water the plants.
Rory’s dad, Brian Williams, only appeared in two episodes but swiftly established himself as a favourite amongst Doctor Who’s audience. After Amy and Rory’s heart-breaking departure in The Angels Take Manhattan we received many emails asking what happened next to Brian. Did he ever find out what took his son and daughter-in-law? If so, how? And would Brian – and viewers - ever learn more about Amy and Rory’s life after the Doctor?
A special scene was written by Chris Chibnall that revealed some of the answers but sadly, the sequence was never shot. However, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be bringing you the scene tomorrow. Using animated storyboards and a voice-over specially recorded by Arthur Darvill, we’ll discover more about Brian and the Ponds, post-Angels.
It begins with Brian alone, doing what he once told the Doctor must be done – watering the plants. But his life is about to change forever…
Doctor Who’s Executive Producer, Caro Skinner, said, ‘We’re delighted we can present this lovely scene written by Chris Chibnall. People took Rory’s dad, Brian, to their hearts very quickly, so it’s fitting we can give the character a degree of closure in this poignant piece.’
P.S. is a short video written by Chris Chibnall and will be essential viewing for anyone who wants to know more about what happened to Brian, Amy and Rory. It will be available to watch on this site tomorrow, Friday, 12th October.
And a kiss on her lips….
Yeah, I laughed. (Taken with Instagram)
Melody Malone, The Angel’s Kiss.
((I love me some good old grammar humor))
It’s an ebook which means that it’s only available digitally. It’s also a standalone story — (not the book from ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’.) Links here:
On some days, New York is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
This was one of the other days…
Melody Malone, owner and sole employee of the Angel Detective Agency, has an unexpected caller. It’s movie star Rock Railton, and he thinks someone is out to kill him. When he mentions the ‘kiss of the Angel’, she takes the case. Angels are Melody’s business…
At the press party for Railton’s latest movie, studio owner Max Kliener invites Melody to the film set of their next blockbuster. He’s obviously spotted her potential, and Melody is flattered when Kliener asks her to become a star. But the cost of fame, she’ll soon discover, is greater than anyone could possibly imagine.
Will Melody be able to escape Kliener’s dastardly plan – before the Angels take Manhattan?
A little midnight reading! Just popped up on my Kindle!