the-dreamer-has-to-go:

yourestupidstupid:

this made me laugh for a solid 10 minutes

And I suppose… if it’s my last chance to say it… Rose Tyler…BIP BOP BAM LOOK AT THIS LAMB

alicia-mb:

50th Anniversary feelings! I really felt there was a big ‘9th Doctor’ shaped hole, I wish Eccleston had come back for the episode. I always felt that the Time War was his story.

So here is a little pic of The Moment with 9. (But why did The Moment had to dress like she fell out of a reject sample bin from Lululemon?)

On the set of Doctor Who at Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay, on 25 February, 2014 [x]

adventuretitan:

rorpie:

buttpatrol:

rockerfox999:

arisenanew0u0:

hushedrevolution:

Interspecies Lesbian Couple

Only on Doctor Who

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This post is so glorious I dont even

sentientmacrocosm:

nobodybetterhavethisoneoriswear:

THIS IS A BAD IDEA, NASA!

THREE OUT OF THREE DOCTORS AGREE

eringoblah:

I’m sorry

I’m so sorry

"I was watching with my family, my daughter is a whovian like me, but neither my wife nor my daughter cried as I do, especially in the scene where Matt says, ‘I will always rember when the Doctor was me," I say, because Matt it is he who has turned to the camera and saluted his fans, was one of the best regeneration in my opinion, because Matt has spoken in the role of the Doctor, then Amelia, I cried a lot! I swear that when I appeared I almost hated my daughter exclaimed "There he is!" and I was crying, God, how I hated myself. " —Peter Capaldi on ‘The time of the Doctor’ (via claerias)

oodwhovian:

I think we were all a bit keyed up about how Christopher Eccleston would be. We heard he was a serious, quite shy, quite intense actor and man, and so we thought how is that going to translate into a show where, I mean one of the things we wanted him to do and we dropped it because it was a rubbish item, we wanted him to I think sit on the largest whoopee cushion in the world or something. Don’t ask me why but I thought you know that’s maybe dicing with danger there because it’s not very respectful. But he was fine, he came in and I think he had decided this is Blue Peter, I know who this audience is for, I’m going to go for it. And he was courteous and charming and I mean we were really knocked out by how fantastic he was. A lot of guests are not like that. 

Richard Marson- Blue Peter Producer & Editor (1998-2007)

From Doctor Who The Movie extra

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