I’ll be with him. Like I should be. Me and Rory together.
So that’s it. I’ve watched the episode. Twice. And I cried. Just the first time, though, I didn’t have any more tears the second time. But I don’t think I haven’t realised what it actually means yet. No more Rory. No ever. No more “Aww look at how cute my baby is.” No more “god Badass!Rory is so hot, Amy is so lucky to have him”. No more “Amy and Rory are the best couple that ever graced this show and most of the others shows.”. And no more Amy either. The ginger girl. The girl who waited.
I loved the episode, I really did, I love emotional finales and I loved how it actually didn’t end too badly. I started the episode knowing that if the Ponds were to be separated, I wouldn’t have handled it - Like, seriously, I would have stopped the episode and I wouldn’t have watched any Ponds-era episode in a long long time. But they ended up in the best case scenario, with them living happily, and especially together.
Also, the space all of this leaves to fanfictions is huge and vast and complicated and so so so beautiful. I think from now to Christmas I will feed myself with Ponds fanfics set after their farewell.
Now as I told before I haven’t realised they’re gone yet, so when I will be struck by that realisation I’ll probably be back here in tears. For now, everything is still almost okay.
(And yes, I love that almost.)
I never thought in a million years I would cry as much as I did when I watched Doomsday…
This episode is so heartbreaking. But the way the Ponds leave… I don’t think they could’ve left any other way.
Rory and Amy’s love is so strong and beautiful.
Damn. I love this show.
But why does there have to be this pain?
I guess, to answer my own question… That’s what keeps me coming back.
The hope for a better tomorrow for The Doctor.
click and drag.
“There’s a little girl waiting in a garden. She’s going to wait a long while, so she’s going to need a lot of hope. Go to her. Tell her a story. Tell her that if she’s patient, the days are coming that she’ll never forget.”
bebravekatniss said: okey I tell you know.. it's 7AM here for me. I saw the episode at UK time (that was an hour later for me) and I'm STILL AWAKE BECAUSE FEELS. I CAN'T TAKE. NOPE. I CAN'T GO TO SLEEP. I KNOW I'LL DREAM ABOUT IT. AND CONTINUE CRYING IN MY DREAMS. D':
OH MY GOD YOU UNDERSTAND US LIKE THE TENTH DOCTOR UNDERSTANDS THE JUDOON!!!
We will now line up in formation in your honor.
This is my post-Doctor Who state. I think that’s enough said.
helivesunderawaterfall said: If it's 1:11am and you are here posting stuff, who is watching the Statue?
Guise. Guise. Don’t WORRY about it. We’ve got it covered. FRANKENSHIRT, remember?
A beautiful behind the scenes look at Karen and Arthur’s last days on set.
You have to watch this. You really do.
This is what Doctor Who has done to me.
Taken right after the last page.
if i jumped off a building right now would that make a paradox that made sure that ‘the angels take manhattan’ never existed