The biggest tragedy of Doctor Who for me is the fact that Jack never met the Ponds.
I mean, he would have liked Eleven and Amy.
He would have PURSUED Rory to the ends of the universe, and Rory would just be really confused and Amy would get super overprotective
"Captain Jack Harkness, and who are you?"
can you understand why I need this
Scrolling down the Jenna Coleman tag when suddenly…
You can take your hater self elsewhere though…SEE YOU!
Clara Oswald in Deep Breath [x]
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something extremely Doctor Who.
To appreciate the fact that Peter had the cosplayers in mind when choosing his outfit. He specifically chose something that could easily be emulated without costing an arm and a leg.
do you ever just passionately miss the first series of doctor who but not just because you miss Nine but because you miss the monsters and the simple story lines that were new and so interesting and the companions that didn’t need a magic back story to be special and weren’t just a new puzzle for the doctor to solve they were just ordinary people with ordinary lives and taught (especially the young viewers) that anyone can be a hero i just really miss season one okay
When I tell people that Eleven is my favorite Doctor, people automatically assume that I like him because he’s silly and quirky, while in reality, those traits have very little to do with why I like him.
Eleven’s comical moments are great, but that’s not what makes him stand out to me.
What gets to me about Matt Smith’s portrayal of the Doctor is the way he is able to convey other emotions. This is a character who is wounded and scarred by a thousand years worth of heartbreak, plagued with everlasting guilt, haunted by loneliness and the people he has lost. A man filled with enough hatred and loathing to make even the most fearsome of enemies think twice about crossing him. Underneath Eleven’s carefree exterior, there is a broken, vulnerable, and often terrifying version of the Doctor just waiting to emerge. With just a single look, Matt Smith is able to effectively capture all of the complex emotions that are running through his character’s mind. He can go from looking like a cosmic nine year old to an ageless god in a fraction of a second. Matt Smith’s acting reminds us of just how little we actually know about the Doctor. He spends most of his time screen acting childish and just plan ridiculous, so that when the hidden side of his character does come out, it’s enough to give you chills.
To me, Matt does a near perfect job at embodying everything that the Doctor is, both good and bad.
Thank you, Matt Smith. You’re great.