Merry Christmas, everyone!

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Think of home.

Doctor Who Christmas Special: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe

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Doctor Who - The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

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Favorite moments from Doctor Who Christmas Specials Past: What’s The Point In Them Being Happy Now If They’re Going To Be Sad Later?

Doctor Who: The Doctor, The Widow, and The Wardrobe

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Favorite moments from Doctor Who Christmas Specials Past: Christmas Dinner with The Ponds

Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe

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Eleventh Doctor’s Christmases

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Continuity between Series 1 “The End of The World” and Series 6 “The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe”


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My Bow Tie is Ready.

My Bow Tie is Ready.

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"What’s the point in them being happy now if you know they’re going to be sad later? The answer is, of course, because they are going to be sad later."

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Eleven and Amy

Eleven and Amy

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In an ideal world women could be strong, kick-ass, and intelligent without being objectified or assumed to be acting masculine. And our other strengths – even the traditionally feminine ones like mothering, or cooking, or artistry – will be seen not as things that make us safe because as the weaker sex we should be limited to them, but as strengths in and of themselves that are all part of the matrix of who we are (the Doctor Who Christmas Special this year did a fantastic job portraying this btw). As a mother my identity should not be reduced to that role, but neither should it be something I should be ashamed of or use to prove I can succeed at everything. Women should be able to be strong without having out out-violence or out-revenge the men. Women should be able to be smart without having to either be the smartest in the room or search for ways to make her intelligence acceptable to men. Women should be able to feel pretty and accept their sexuality without being turned into be eye-candy or live in fear that they are causing men to stumble. Women (and men) should be valued as themselves regardless of whether or not they fit traditional masculine or feminine labels.

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See: any female characters set in the fictional future.

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Matt Smith on the Dangerous Side of the Shoot - Doctor Who Christmas Special 2011

Just as it says in the title.


Fairy Land looks completely different.

Fairy Land looks completely different.

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