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Yeah, I’m eating pancakes at 1:30 in the morning What of it?

I don’t even usually like pancakes, I’ve just had crazy insane cravings all week and apparently now is when my free will caves in.

smindersonfan:

He was sick during that interview and hadn’t gotten any rest that morning.

smindersonfan:

He was sick during that interview and hadn’t gotten any rest that morning.

I chose today to try watching some more Supernatural, which I did pretty much all day. My mother went to NY for a funeral this afternoon and she just called to say she’s staying at her boyfriend’s in the city tonight. I would NOT have marathoned this damn show until 10pm if I’d known that. This show is fucking terrifying at times and I know for a fact I will not be able to sleep after watching so much of it and being in an empty apartment overnight…

amillionmillionvoices:

art meme attempts (3/?)

aimlessglee  asked for: River/Doctor + dancing (#14)

Teasers for each episode of Series 8

loveatomb:

  • 801. Clara trying to cope with her best friend being someone else. A terrifying monster.
  • 802. Gritty Dalek ep that goes into the last place in the universe the Doctor should be.
  • 803. Very funny Robin Hood story all about being a hero and whether the Doctor is a good man.
  • 804. The story of a date and the Doctor having what appears to be a mild nervous breakdown. Tiny guest cast, no CGI. A bit of Coupling. Quite scary.
  • 805. A Doctor Who heist movie with a cracking monster, one of Neill Gorton’s best.
  • 806. What effect would slipping away with the Doctor have on your life? A hoot with some serious bits. Bit like The Lodger.
  • 807. Proper drama with monsters and all the Doctor Who stuff that you could want. Also features a callback to a past episode (sort of).
  • 808. Moffat playing the long game with a callback to something from Matt’s first series. A brilliant idea of a monster. Foxes singing.
  • 809. A horror story that starts off with a very cute idea and becomes really quite frightening by the end. One of the best ever sight gags in it.
  • 810. Boldly beautiful, lyrical and poetic. A fairytale, but not Moffat fairytale. Quite different with a clever main visual idea
  • 811/12. High octane action, with Cybermen and some proper UNIT stuff. Strong emotional story about Clara and the Doctor and the fact that the way they interact might not be healthy for everyone around them

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bbt13nerd:

halorvic:

Please extend your courtesy to all Doctors present in the room

awwwwwwwwww

bbt13nerd:

halorvic:

Please extend your courtesy to all Doctors present in the room

awwwwwwwwww

And I guess this is what I get for leaving my clean laundry in a pile in the closet instead of hanging it up? Thanks, Mels. ::sigh::

And I guess this is what I get for leaving my clean laundry in a pile in the closet instead of hanging it up? Thanks, Mels. ::sigh::

Moffat's Doctor is so vain he probably thinks Doctor Who is about him.

@Anonymous

tempus-aeterna:

thenotoriousscuttlecliff:

You mean a show called Doctor Who that has chronicled the adventures of a character called the Doctor for over 50 years isn’t about the Doctor???

And vain? Yes, I supposed he did love himself in a way. So did the last one. And the one before that. In fact all Doctors are vain egotist. None more so than: 

For all The Doctor’s good traits, at the end of the day he’s still a Time Lord.

If The Doctor wasn’t vain and full of himself how could he possibly be a descendent of one of the vainest, most corrupt aristocracy that ever existed? A nobility who sprang up from society of space-pirates, that literally tried to rule the entire universe and flat out refused to be believe there was a power greater than themselves.

The Doctor was raised, schooled and lived the first four-hundred plus years of his life in the Time Lord society. (Not to mention he’s much smarter than the beings he’s generally surrounded with and the power that came of being the “last of his kind” in the past few series, of course he’s developed a bigger vanity streak, if that were possible.)

If The Doctor wasn’t full of himself there would be a problem with him as a hero, because he wouldn’t be egotistical enough to take on three-quarters of the challenges he does.

Yes he’s good, kind, protective of the weak and thoughtful, some traits that are very lacking in the majority of Time Lords, but The Doctor still carries the ancestorial vanity that’s been schooled into him. And it’s a good thing, too.

Who wants a hero protagonist who wouldn’t be arrogant enough to stand toe-to-toe with an army of Cyberman, and be confident enough he’s going to walk away pretty much unscathed in the process?

The Doctor is what he is: an arrogant, brilliant space-tramp who has enough ego and vanity to be the hero he is, and we love him for it.

(He’s so vain he probably thinks the show is about him…oh wait…it is.)

talk-to-tennant:

this gif accurately represents Clara’s involvement in The Time of the Doctor

talk-to-tennant:

this gif accurately represents Clara’s involvement in The Time of the Doctor