2 weeks ago
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You’re never finished with anyone while they can still make you angry.
Danny Pink in Kill the Moon
3 weeks ago
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bookishandi:

themarysue:

"I mean really, Ms. Delphox is just Missy, who is just Madame Kovarian, all of whom are really just Sherlock's Irene Adler.
And people say Steven Moffat can’t write women.”
Doctor Who Recap, “Time Heist” | The Mary Sue

bookishandi:

themarysue:

"I mean really, Ms. Delphox is just Missy, who is just Madame Kovarian, all of whom are really just Sherlock's Irene Adler.

And people say Steven Moffat can’t write women.”

Doctor Who Recap, “Time Heist” | The Mary Sue

3 months ago
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halandmayftw:

It’s very sad when a TV show that you used to love reaches the point where, instead of getting all excited and praising the writers and plots and characters for hours, the best thing you can honestly say when someone asks you about it is, “Well, hopefully they won’t fuck it up TOO badly…”

4 months ago
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What if every remarkable quote of Doctor Who was finished with bitch?

10th Doctor Edition
6 months ago
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untilyourbreathingst0ps:

emmasrath:

The symbolism in Hide kills me.

Remember how the Doctor’s bow tie is red if the episode is in the future?

imageAnd it’s blue if it’s in the past?

imageThen in Hide, he doesn’t have it when he is in the pocket dimension?

imageBecause he is practically lost in time.

OH. MY. GOD.

8 months ago
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Episode 4 saw the words Bad Wolf appear for the first time. I just made it up on a whim, cos I liked the idea of the TARDIS being graffiti’d. But then I spent the rest of the episode idly wondering who that kid was, why he wrote those odd words. And, having dismissed notions of Evil Super Villain Kid, a plan began to form, in mid-production. Knowing that Rose would become the Time Goddess at the end of the series, I wondered if a Time Goddess would imprint herself on the universe, creating things in her image, like the face of Jesus in a bagel. Better still, these signs would actually summon her into existence. That’s the sort of thing you think about in this job, late at night. And then I worked backwards, inserting Bad Wolf references into almost every script. Funnily enough, I never told anyone what I was doing, in case it didn’t work, but the design department picked up on it—they didn’t even ask what it meant, they just offered to stencil it on Captain Jack’s bomb, in German. The idea spread without anyone knowing what it meant. Which is very Bad Wolf in itself.
Russell T Davies, Doctor Who: The Shooting Scripts (via timelordsandladies)