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whaticallamadmanwithabluebox:

This gives me sooo many feels!

terrilynn88:

Fangirl challenge: (8/15 pairings) : Ten and Rose (Doctor Who)

“If I believe in one thing, just one thing, I believe i%

foreverwholocked:

Well.

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wheredowedrawtheline:

A journal of Impossible Things

1x13 The Parting Of The Ways / 2x13 Doomsday

thedoctordraws:

accio-the-tardis:

winterinthetardis:

permanentcapslock:

A Town Called Mercy v.s. The Doctor’s Daughter

A GREAT EXAMPLE OF MOFFAT’S INCREDIBLE SHOW RUINING SKILLS

… Okay, I don’t defend Moffat’s show-writing abilities much, but:

  1. This episode was written by Toby Whithouse and directed by Saul Metzstein. Neither of which are Moffat.
  2. These parallels (or, really, lack-there-of) are purposeful. It’s not discontinuity based on bad writing. It’s showing the dark path the Doctor’s going down. He’s meant to be waving about a gun and throwing the other doctor over the barrier, because he’s losing his sense of morality, patience, everything, really. He’s tired. He’s broken. He’s guilt-ridden and drowning in his own self-hatred, so much so that he genuinely doesn’t know. It’s not bad writing - it’s character development.

PREACH

THANK YOU.

"It’s not bad writing - it’s character development." Thank Bob someone sees it ^^

Some things are worth getting your heart broken for

8bitdean:

“What do you think, doctor?”

“Are you my mommy?”

I love it when he makes inside jokes. ‘specially when they’re references to such amazing stories.