Guards: Oh no. Wait. Stop. No. Don’t steal those. Get back here, you criminal. (Pfft! Can’t believe they’re falling for it!)
I read that in a sarcastic voice
why is this so funny?
Abercrombie and Fitch
Google Maps Has An Incredible Doctor Who Easter Egg. (x)
Hey, you know how it is. One minute you’re walking down a London street, minding your own business, when you accidentally step into a police call box and all of a sudden you’re inside the TARDIS and the Doctor has enlisted your help fighting aliens. I hate when that happens.
As we all waited like the election of a new President, we now know that Peter Capaldi will be the 12th Doctor of the Doctor Who serie.
I just liked the way they revealed it, with drums and stuff, they should have put a Tardis in the middle of the stage with the new Doctor getting out, what a show it would have been.
As everyone else, I will share my feelings about the new Doctor, but so you know, I’ve started Doctor Who not a long time ago, so the day they revealed that it was Capaldi, I was watching the Pompeï episode…
With that look, Peter Capaldi seems that he could be a great Doctor, he looks like he can play this genius and crazy side that defines him. But still I was kind of disapointed because of his age, he will be more intimidating than he already is for his companion, espacially if she’s way younger. Nevertheless, I can get over it. But the fact that he already played Caecillius in Doctor Who is more confusing for me because it’s illogical.
I know that this is a thing that BBC does, recycling actors. When I saw Martha Jones for the first time, I was like ” woh woh woh, wait, I’ve already saw you in a episode and I saw you die.” but then she said “ It was my cousin “, so I was like ” uhm…ok,… you can pass this time.." and I also know that Karen Gillan who played a compagnion also played in the Pompeï episode, but we can’t really recognize her with that weird make-up, and we can always imagine deductively that a human being from the past can look like Amy Pond. But for a Time Lord ? Unless we imply that the Doctor can take the appearance of a living human being or one who already lived on Earth, but it would therefore means that the Doctor can have a human doppleganger ?
Thank God I did not watch Torchwood, things would have been more complicated to process.
Yeah, I’m sorry, even for sci-fi I need logic, that’s makes it better. But everything in time, I guess I’ll be soon busy crying over David Tennant, for now I miss the old open theme.