I saw the birth of the universe and I watched as time ran out, moment by moment until nothing remained.
The most important leaf in human history. It’s full of stories. Full of history. And full of a future that never got lived. Days that should’ve been that never were… passed on to me. This leaf isn’t just the past, it’s a whole future that never happened.
5th March 2005.
The day the Autons attacked.
Doctor Who Serie s7: The Rings of Akhaten
Matt Smith, who plays the Doctor, was seen reading a Beano summer special from 1981 in an episode aired on April 6, The Rings Of Akhaten.
Publishers were inundated with messages from fans and decided to reprint the 32-page comic, including it free inside a special edition of The Beano which is now on sale.
The front cover features a caricature of Matt Smith and Dennis the Menace making short work of a Dalek.
read the rest at Herald Scotland
“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 centre of time and can see the turn of the universe. And… He’s wonderful.”
If you ever feel down and/or lack of self confidence : remember that you are unique in the universe.
Scenes like this is why I love Doctor Who.
Just a, you know, casual reminder.
There are billions and millions of unlived days for every day we live. An infinity. All the days that never came. And these are all my mum’s.
eleven being eleven.
#Every Episode of Doctor Who
We never walk away (sm)
The TARDIS and Clara have a relationship. Actually I don’t think we’ve talked about this in interviews before. It’s something that’s running through the series.
Instead of it being like, “Does so-and-so like Clara?” The TARDIS and Clara have a bit of a face-off. So, the Doctor is obviously bringing back somebody new. I think we’ve done a whole additional content scene of me talking to the TARDIS, and the TARDIS is making fun of Clara. They kind of have an argument. They’ve got a relationship individual to the Doctor where they have a dialogue.