shutupstrax:

And in this gifset I demonstrate to you how I feel after 90% of my conversations

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itschiling:

Sharon Raydor and her cup.

- Frozen Assets │ Major Crimes │ s03e03

"For once in my life, I don’t have to try to be happy. When I’m with you, it just happens."

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lakesidecabin:

anairofmelancholyanddepth:

quirkette100:

heyauntlisa:

Sharon x Pockets

I feel like I have been waiting for this gif set my whole life.

I ship it :)

I ship her with her wrist watch too!

(via theshipperlogs)

namibean:

David Tennant & Catherine Tate - Nan’s Christmas Carol

I love this skit so much! Still cracks me up. :)

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#doctor who #sarah jane smith #donna noble #jack harkness

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#david tennant #catherine tate #doctor who

sometimessurprising:

*dissolves in a pool of giggles*

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pershy-jackson:

my favorite thing about writing is coming up with an entire storyline and characters and setting in my head and not writing it down

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thelibrarygirladventures:

So we know we’ve seen this face before. In “Deep Breath” the Doctor keeps talking about how he’s seen this face before, but he can’t remember where. He says something about how the regeneration always chose his face from faces it knew. The first time we see this face is when Ten learns that, at least in some capacity, time can be rewritten, that even though history says everyone in Pompeii died, he could save this family. 

The Doctor said to Clara, at the end, “I’ve made a lot of mistakes….it’s time to do something about that.”

Is it possible that the regeneration chose that face to remind him of the fact that he could change those mistakes?

And if so, what does that mean about his previously regenerated faces?

thelibrarygirladventures:

So we know we’ve seen this face before. In “Deep Breath” the Doctor keeps talking about how he’s seen this face before, but he can’t remember where. He says something about how the regeneration always chose his face from faces it knew. The first time we see this face is when Ten learns that, at least in some capacity, time can be rewritten, that even though history says everyone in Pompeii died, he could save this family.

The Doctor said to Clara, at the end, “I’ve made a lot of mistakes….it’s time to do something about that.”

Is it possible that the regeneration chose that face to remind him of the fact that he could change those mistakes?

And if so, what does that mean about his previously regenerated faces?

#doctor who

Reblog if you like Doctor Who for more than just the hot young Doctors and thus don’t automatically hate Peter Capaldi

the-winchesters-have-been-saved:

I’m hoping this goes for a lot of people, but I’m afraid it won’t…

kilodalton:

OK guys. This moment does not have enough love. In fact, it has some unfortunate anti-love that I aim to resolve here.

Yes, this episode heavily references Girl in the Fireplace. And yes, that episode is pretty much the most anti-shippy thing to happen in canon for Doctor/Rose.

BUT THIS MOMENT IS GREAT AND WE DOCTOR/ROSE SHIPPERS SHOULD LOVE IT TO PIECES LET ME EXPLAIN!!!!

Twelve can’t remember Clara’s name at first. Nor Vastra nor Jenny nor Strax. He leaves Clara in danger and he won’t even give her the screwdriver. He does questionable things—he’s darker, I get that.

But even so, and even though he’s trying to figure things out with the bad guy, and does not have all his memories intact (‘Handles’? Really, Doctor??) he CANNOT leave the bunch of roses on the floor.

The bunch of yellow roses—yellow which signifies remembrance. There are centuries-old ballads (‘Round Her Neck She Wears a Yeller Ribbon’) and old movies (‘She Wore a Yellow Ribbon’) and folk songs (‘Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree’) all about yellow being the color of remembrance—specifically in all these pop-culture cases, remembrance of a lost love.

And as he’s struggling to remember why droids harvesting parts rings a bell with him, does he look at the droid? No. Does he have flashbacks to women making double entendres with cleavage spilling out? No. (And the eventual reference to MdP is blah blah bland). But what does he do? He twirls the roses and holds them just a little bit closer. This is so reminiscent of the Journal of Impossible Things, where even as a human Ten can’t remember the name of the TARDIS, or the sonic screwdriver—but he keeps drawing roses in his journal and hers is the only face he can canonically put a name to.

Moffat may be many, many things, and do many, many things that I do not particularly like, but this… this is pretty awesome guys. This isn’t anti-shippy at all. This is shippy and sweet and subtle in the extreme.

And I love it and I really think you should too <3

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The brilliance of Deep Breath's narrative →

sophisticatedfangirling:

I consider Deep Breath to be the perfect introduction to a new doctor and here is why:

Moffat incorporates the viewers process of letting go of the old doctor and accepting the new one directly into the narrative, in multiple and brilliant ways.

We as the viewers can directly identify with…