I didn’t tell enough people
to fuck off. ❞
My 92 year old grandma. (via coffeestainedheart)
Dw meme Favourite regeneration of the doctor: 9
Doctor Who AU dark musical comedy in which several companions conspire to kill various versions of the Time Lord who wronged them
And now the six merry murderesses of the Stormcage Containment Facility in their rendition of The Cell Block Tango…
This scene is seriously the cutest thing ever.
#Remember when there was a non-human person who hadnt talked to anyone of her species in decades #And her only companion was the man she loved and who ignored her or bossed her around and was rude to her #And Martha met her and the Doctor and Jack were busy doing ‘important shit’ #But Martha was the one who took the time to chat with her #To learn more about her language and culture #Who befriended her #Encouraged her to open up and joked with her and made her laugh #And then because of that discovered what they needed to know BEFORE EVERYONE ELSE#remember that #Remember that time Martha Jones was better than you #God bless Martha Jones
WHAT THE FUCK STOP
i dont get that top right one. its just like… a hallway and some stars…
nO DONT YOU SEE ITS
…what was i talking about?
The Doctor and River being adorable. An older Doctor who is clearly in love with her and a younger River who is thoroughly enjoying it - with her deliberate step in towards him brushing her hair against his face.
50 Days of Doctor Who 50th: October 25: What’s your favorite story arc?
↳ The importance of Donna Noble.
I’ve mentioned this so many times before in this challenge, but hey, Donna was a great character arc. It wasn’t explicit, or drawn out forever, yet subtle hints were dropped along each episode. We saw how much Donna grew in the Doctor’s eyes, and in herself that made you wonder, who was she? She constantly second-guessed the Doctor’s choice in taking her along, and that’s what made her so human. Because we constantly question why we’re chosen for things in life: good. bad. We always wonder why us? What makes us so special? It’s why Donna’s story is so personal for me as well.