watchtheskytonight:

thisdayandage:

Since watching ‘The Bells of Saint John’, I knew I had to make precautions that my soul does not get uploaded by the Wi-Fi.
I made this gif, so that I am under The Doctor’s protection.
With this on my blog, I am now safe.

I am a genius.

Bless your soul

watchtheskytonight:

thisdayandage:

Since watching ‘The Bells of Saint John’, I knew I had to make precautions that my soul does not get uploaded by the Wi-Fi.

I made this gif, so that I am under The Doctor’s protection.

With this on my blog, I am now safe.

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I am a genius.

Bless your soul

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Tooth and Claw || The Bells of Saint John

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I can’t tell the future. I just work there.

I can’t tell the future. I just work there.

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Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John is now available online in the U.S. via iTunes and Amazon.

If you haven’t watched it on BBC America, you can watch it now through one of the intertubes.

Matt and Jenna.

Matt and Jenna.

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How to Terrify Whovians

watchtheskytonight:

lumos5000:

Step One: Change your internet name to something that resembles this

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Step Two: See how many of your neighbors freak out

i just did this and the old british lady next door screamed so loud my brother woke up

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HOWTO: Make a Doctor Who “Bells of St John” Style WiFi Name


No spoilers, sweetie :-)
[Last night’s] Doctor Who - The Bells of St John - revolves around mysterious WiFi signals.
Alien SSIDs which, if you connect to them…. well, watch the episode to find out!
So, can we do the same thing for our home WiFi network? Yup! (Thanks to  Nsurgnie on Reddit for figuring it out.)


Read the rest at Terence Eden’s Blog

HOWTO: Make a Doctor Who “Bells of St John” Style WiFi Name

No spoilers, sweetie :-)

[Last night’s] Doctor Who - The Bells of St John - revolves around mysterious WiFi signals.

Alien SSIDs which, if you connect to them…. well, watch the episode to find out!

So, can we do the same thing for our home WiFi network? Yup! (Thanks to Nsurgnie on Reddit for figuring it out.)

Read the rest at Terence Eden’s Blog

The Great Intelligence; also seen before in Classic Who.

Notice how it always takes a different form. In Classic Who it was ”a mass of tentacles and mouths” but took over other life forms too. In The Snowmen it’s snow and in the episode The Bells of Saint John it’s Wi-Fi (with an actual proper face this time). Also notice how in the last two episodes it took over kids, first Walter Simeon, who was just a little boy when the snow started talking to him. And second Miss Kizlet, who still had the mind of a little girl when the Great Intelligence let her go.

For more on The Great Intelligence, check out this post on the BBC Doctor Who site and watch the Second Doctor stories The Abominable Snowmen and The Web of Fear.

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Behind the Scenes of The Bells of Saint John - Doctor Who - Episode 1 Series 7 2013 - BBC One

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under my protection.
               -the doctor

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I am a mug. More importantly I am Clara Oswald’s mug. And this is the story of how I met (and touched and traveled with) the Doctor.

#OTP: Claraxmug

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The Doctor, dances.

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Doctor Who vs The Lion King.

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The adventures of Clara and her cup

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