Doctor Who + Sherlock crossover

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Hello!
We’ll be back LiveTumblring the encore presentation of Closing Time at 9p PST.

Kisses and Monkeys! Monkeys! Monkeys!
Us

Hello!

We’ll be back LiveTumblring the encore presentation of Closing Time at 9p PST.

Kisses and Monkeys! Monkeys! Monkeys!

Us

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wryterly:

Kiss the Girl- Chameleon Circuit

I can’t take this anymore,

I want you to go ‘cause you’re talking to a cat

and everybody loves you

and you’re better than me at football and my job

and now Sophie’s all “Monkeys, monkeys, monkeys!”

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Right, so our hair looks like this on Monday mornings too.

Right, so our hair looks like this on Monday mornings too.

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Craig.

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They never really stop. 
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They never really stop.

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Silence in the TARDIS? Season 6 Easter Eggs in Season 5?

… the fun in rewatching season five will be finding all those weird instances that might have seemed like production errors but were actually references to The Silence (similar to the dilemma involving the Doctor’s jacket in “Flesh and Stone” last year). There are two instances in “The Lodger” specifically, where we might have Silence sightings.

Around the episode’s fourteen minute mark, the Doctor is talking Amy through stabilizing the TARDIS (remember, she’d been trapped onboard when the TARDIS inexplicably started moving around). As the Doctor helps Amy get the blue box into a calmer mode, he tells Amy that he’s got more work to do. Their conversation ends with Amy looking slightly to the right of the camera confusedly, and shouting “Hey!”I don’t know about you, but that’s not how I end conversations, even with centuries-old aliens.

Then around minute twenty-two, Amy simply stops paying attention to the Doctor’s phone conversation, staggers back, and gasps. “Hey!” she shouts, “Hang on!” Then she blinks, and everything’s back to normal.

oh, by the way:

comealongp0nd:

here’s a screencap from the lodger, ‘upstairs’.

now here’s one from the impossible astronaut, down in the tunnels.

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thatbluebox:

#always felt like this scene was a gift for matt smith because he was going to be a professional football player but he couldn’t because of a back injury but then he gets to do this is in the show and he looks so happy that it can’t be just his flawless acting he’s actually having lots of fun and it’s just an amazing scene and i love it

thatbluebox:

#always felt like this scene was a gift for matt smith because he was going to be a professional football player but he couldn’t because of a back injury but then he gets to do this is in the show and he looks so happy that it can’t be just his flawless acting he’s actually having lots of fun and it’s just an amazing scene and i love it

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