lumos5000:

elemesy:

can we just talk about the fact that the TARDIS runs off a star that is in a permanent state of decay

always aging and never dying

now who else does that sound like?

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OH GOD… NOPE. DONE.

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riversonng:

“Boy and girl fall in love, get separated by events, all politics, accidents in time. She’s thrown out of the hex, or he’s thrown into it, since then they’ve been yearning for each other across time and space.”
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riversonng:

“Boy and girl fall in love, get separated by events, all politics, accidents in time. She’s thrown out of the hex, or he’s thrown into it, since then they’ve been yearning for each other across time and space.”

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the one and only

the one and only

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I have lost things you will never understand!

I have lost things you will never understand!

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I’ve been running all my life, why should I stop now?

I’ve been running all my life, why should I stop now?

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The Doctor is a classic hero. Decent, honest and brave, he despises intolerance in all its forms and stands up for the oppressed wherever they need ­saving. Sure, he’s made mistakes. You don’t traverse the farthest reaches of the universe for over a thousand years without cracking a few eggs and causing the odd rip in the fabric of time and space. But, as current show-runner Steven Moffat says, “He’s such a moral man. He’s a good, clever man, that’s all he is. I think that’s about as positive a message as you could possibly give.”

Doctor Who: Why we still love the Doctor - TV and Radio - Scotsman.com

We posted this article earlier today but this second quote is too good not to reblog.


Just a mad man with a box.

Just a mad man with a box.

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 But however hard you try you can’t run forever.

But however hard you try you can’t run forever.

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He’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night, and the storm in the heart of the sun. He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the center of time and he can see the turn of the universe. And…he’s wonderful.

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thetardis:

Why do you think it looks like a man in a box?

thetardis:

Why do you think it looks like a man in a box?

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The Doctor.

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“Did it hurt? I mean regeneration. That last body of yours, was he okay in the end?”
“It always hurts.”

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I would describe the relationship as something we are still developing. It is an interesting dynamic. There is a challenging nature to it - there is conflict but they really like each other and can’t help it.
Jenna Louise Coleman talking about the relationship between Clara and The Doctor

SFX Profiles all eleven Doctors, written by people close to the show.
This is a great read. Check out this bit by famed science fiction writer Stephen Baxter about First Doctor William Hartnell:

It was surely necessary that the Doctor had to be old in his first incarnation; that sense of age has always lingered. Even today a key part of Matt Smith’s reading of the role is that he is an old man in a young man’s body. And that agedness is rooted in Hartnell’s authoritative playing. My favourite single line of Hartnell’s actually came in tenth-anniversary special “The Three Doctors” when he berates his successors: “So you’re my replacements – a dandy and a clown. Have you done anything?”

h/t anglophenia!

SFX Profiles all eleven Doctors, written by people close to the show.

This is a great read. Check out this bit by famed science fiction writer Stephen Baxter about First Doctor William Hartnell:

It was surely necessary that the Doctor had to be old in his first incarnation; that sense of age has always lingered. Even today a key part of Matt Smith’s reading of the role is that he is an old man in a young man’s body. And that agedness is rooted in Hartnell’s authoritative playing. My favourite single line of Hartnell’s actually came in tenth-anniversary special “The Three Doctors” when he berates his successors: “So you’re my replacements – a dandy and a clown. Have you done anything?”

h/t anglophenia!




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