1. dontbesuchagirlmerlin:

ITS A ROSE^^^^^^^^^^
the detonator is a rose, rose is the moment, a rose 
DOCTOR WHO MAKES SENSE NOW

    dontbesuchagirlmerlin:

    ITS A ROSE^^^^^^^^^^

    the detonator is a rose, rose is the moment, a rose 

    DOCTOR WHO MAKES SENSE NOW

  2. sing-me-to-sleep-nightingale:

NONE OF US CAUGHT THIS FORESHADOWING. 


None of use caught it because it wasn’t foreshadowing.

    sing-me-to-sleep-nightingale:

    NONE OF US CAUGHT THIS FORESHADOWING. 

    None of use caught it because it wasn’t foreshadowing.

  3. vermidian:

WHOVIANS WHO DIDN’T LIKE THE 50TH:
To those of you complaining that the End of Time’s ending no longer makes sense, I would like to point out that it, in fact, does. The above picture is a screenshot of the Master’s page in regards to the end of time. You can read the full page here: [x]
First things first, the Master and the Doctor destroyed a link between Earth and the then thought to be time-locked Gallifrey. A LINK. Not all of Gallifrey, as I’ve seen a few posts claiming. This sent them, and potentially the Master as well, “back into hell” of the final day of the Time War.
As far as the council knew, it WAS the final day of the time war. The council, as you might have noticed, was not in this episode. Probably specifically for this reason. They were too busy securing a safe escape for themselves through the White-Point Star. AND I QUOTE FROM THE EPISODE, "The High Council is in emergency session - they have plans of their own." THIS LINE WAS VERY MUCH INTENTIONAL. In fact, the whole story line of the Master and the White-Point Star link could easily have gone down before the planet was stashed away by the doctors. In fact, that story line could run parallel to the Doctor trying to decide whether or not to destroy Gallifrey.
Now there are some saying, “BUT THE GUILT HE FELT WASN’T EVEN REAL.” No, it was real. As was stated in the episode, when they reentered their own time streams, the War Doctor and Ten individually forgot. And even if Eleven were to forget, Clara’s timeline was not changed, and therefore she would easily be able to remember and fill the Doctor in. It’s also why Eleven didn’t remember when he ran into Ten - because to his memory as Ten, it hadn’t happened to him. Getting back to the guilt, when the War Doctor (or 8.5 as some are calling him) woke up as nine, his planet would be gone. The last thing he would have remembered before crossing into the time streams would be trying to decide. His planet and all the Daleks are gone and only he remains, just as the Moment told him would be his fate if he chose to burn Gallifrey. And what can he find of his home? Nothing. So, naturally, he would assume that he chose to do it and that he killed his people, thus triggering the guilt in Russel T. Davies’ storyline.
TLDR: MOFFAT DID NOT IGNORE THE END OF TIME. PLEASE STOP.

Ah, I was wondering if it fit.

    vermidian:

    WHOVIANS WHO DIDN’T LIKE THE 50TH:

    To those of you complaining that the End of Time’s ending no longer makes sense, I would like to point out that it, in fact, does. The above picture is a screenshot of the Master’s page in regards to the end of time. You can read the full page here: [x]

    First things first, the Master and the Doctor destroyed a link between Earth and the then thought to be time-locked Gallifrey. A LINK. Not all of Gallifrey, as I’ve seen a few posts claiming. This sent them, and potentially the Master as well, “back into hell” of the final day of the Time War.

    As far as the council knew, it WAS the final day of the time war. The council, as you might have noticed, was not in this episode. Probably specifically for this reason. They were too busy securing a safe escape for themselves through the White-Point Star. AND I QUOTE FROM THE EPISODE, "The High Council is in emergency session - they have plans of their own." THIS LINE WAS VERY MUCH INTENTIONAL. In fact, the whole story line of the Master and the White-Point Star link could easily have gone down before the planet was stashed away by the doctors. In fact, that story line could run parallel to the Doctor trying to decide whether or not to destroy Gallifrey.

    Now there are some saying, “BUT THE GUILT HE FELT WASN’T EVEN REAL.” No, it was real. As was stated in the episode, when they reentered their own time streams, the War Doctor and Ten individually forgot. And even if Eleven were to forget, Clara’s timeline was not changed, and therefore she would easily be able to remember and fill the Doctor in. It’s also why Eleven didn’t remember when he ran into Ten - because to his memory as Ten, it hadn’t happened to him. Getting back to the guilt, when the War Doctor (or 8.5 as some are calling him) woke up as nine, his planet would be gone. The last thing he would have remembered before crossing into the time streams would be trying to decide. His planet and all the Daleks are gone and only he remains, just as the Moment told him would be his fate if he chose to burn Gallifrey. And what can he find of his home? Nothing. So, naturally, he would assume that he chose to do it and that he killed his people, thus triggering the guilt in Russel T. Davies’ storyline.

    TLDR: MOFFAT DID NOT IGNORE THE END OF TIME. PLEASE STOP.

    Ah, I was wondering if it fit.

  4. happyinchintz72:

    the-doctors-sexiest-companion:

    the curator gave her the scarf

    no… i dont think you understand

    the curator

    image

    gave her the scarf

    image

    Seriously. I can’t believe they did this.

    What the hell is he planning now.

  5. love-as-thou-wilt:

    brigwife:

    yes this will be the version i reblog

    because it has the first time two said it

    The same man :)

  6. Doctor Who - Hey Ash Whatcha Playin’? (by HAWPOfficial)

    Possibly my favorite DW joke ever.

  7. eddplant:

    theshoutingendoflife:

    frezned:

    lessonsforchildren:

    And here’s why I think The Doctor should be played by a man. Be gentle, I think i’ve laid out some valid reasons! X

    someone left an ask in my box earlier about if I thought a lady Doctor would be a good idea and so far this is the only actual contribution to that debate that I’ve heard beyond “because (buck|preserve) the status quo!”

    This does actually bring up some good points - worth a watch.

    Yeah I haven’t wanted to weigh in on this debate because I feel the same way as this dude

    I don’t think this really matters. Being a mother or a father is essentially the same thing; being a parent. It’s not like he’s trying to be a gender based role model to any of the companions. Like, he’s not giving them an idea of being a man to strive towards. Being male of female wouldn’t change any of the paternal aspects. And as far as giving the viewers a male figure, what about giving them a female figure? TV has more than enough brilliant heroic men running around. But there’s a huge lack of women. If anything. The doctor being a woman could give female companions/viewers a specifically female role model.

    But at the same time, I can’t view the Doctor as being paternal towards the companions. There’s being some kind of sexual or romantic thing happening with 4/5 of new Who’s companions. 

    Also, it’s not just about having a good female character. It’s about having a staring, leading female character. We’d all love more Donna, but imagine a female character as good as her as the main character, with a well written companion(or even with a male companion).

    It’s about more than just Doctor Who. It’s about the whole of society and tv. It wouldn’t just be shock value. It would be a massive deal in the medias portail and representation of women. 

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