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posted5 months ago with2 notes
30-Day Doctor Who Challenge: Day Twenty-Eight - Favorite episode from S7
7.11 The Crimson Horror. This was such a weirdy-weird episode, you must only look at this picture to know that. But I enjoyed the weirdness and creepiness that pervaded this filler piece. 

30-Day Doctor Who Challenge: Day Twenty-Eight - Favorite episode from S7

7.11 The Crimson Horror. This was such a weirdy-weird episode, you must only look at this picture to know that. But I enjoyed the weirdness and creepiness that pervaded this filler piece. 

posted6 months ago with3 notes
30-Day Doctor Who Challenge: Day Five - Favorite Ship
Currently, it’s what they called ‘Whouffle.’ I love the dynamic between the Doctor and Clara. So fun and energetic.

30-Day Doctor Who Challenge: Day Five - Favorite Ship

Currently, it’s what they called ‘Whouffle.’ I love the dynamic between the Doctor and Clara. So fun and energetic.

baskerfeels:

a-bitch-named-karma:

Matt Smith’s home-made Doctor Who episode

oMFG THIS IS LITERALLY THE BEST THING EVER

please, please, pleaseWATCH THIS VIDEO

you’re welcome

p.s. I have watched 3 times in a row now and i don’t think i’ll ever stop

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"Heartbreak is a burden to us all, pity the man with two."

"Heartbreak is a burden to us all, pity the man with two."

posted1 year ago with3 notes

Watching Doctor Who Series Five is giving me so many feels. Just finished “Amy’s Choice,” and it just makes me hurt inside. Not because I ship Amy and the Doctor (I never did) but because it’s like you’re given a glimpse inside the Doctor’s head, that self-loathing, needy part of him that he keeps hidden so far inside. It’s amazing, just watching him watch Amy and Rory at the end, in love and happy. There’s so much sadness in his eyes. You can almost see him remembering the life he lost - wife, family? Maybe we’ll never know exactly, but it’s pretty painful to see the Doctor - who has saved so many people, done so much, lost so much - constantly being hurt and left and alone. It’s no wonder he’s been trying to give up having companions, trying to stay out of interfering with human affairs. But he can’t quite give up humans altogether, because even though they remind him of everything he’s lost, they still are able to give him that little spark of hope that he can’t find anywhere else. UGH this show, the FEELS. Kudos to Matt Smith - my Doctor :)

First, second and… eleventh.

bbcamerica:

TONIGHT at 8/7c - Matt Smith stars in Going for Gold: The ‘48 Games
Matt Smith on playing British sculling champion Bert Bushnell:

“I’ve got blisters on the hand, cuts and bruises everywhere, calluses,” he told Radio Times. “I loved it although it’s taken its toll physically. Your bum is the worst thing because those old wooden seats are pretty grim.”

Watch the trailer here and sneak peek here.

bbcamerica:

TONIGHT at 8/7c - Matt Smith stars in Going for Gold: The ‘48 Games

Matt Smith on playing British sculling champion Bert Bushnell:

“I’ve got blisters on the hand, cuts and bruises everywhere, calluses,” he told Radio Times. “I loved it although it’s taken its toll physically. Your bum is the worst thing because those old wooden seats are pretty grim.”

Watch the trailer here and sneak peek here.