Erin the Actress
“This is the story of how I died.”- Rose Tyler
- Ends up in a parallel world with her own toy Doctor. The only way she died is on a piece of paper with the British government.
“You’re my daughter and we’ve only just got started. You’re gonna be great. You’re gonna be more than great. You’re gonna be amazing! You hear me? Jenny?”- The Doctor to his “daughter” Jenny before she dies.
- Brought back to life by the terraform Source. Goes on adventures.
“Spoilers.” River right before she sacrifices her life to save many.
- Gets to live young forever with her new children and archeologist friends.
“I’m sorry, so sorry, but you’re going to die.”- Rose Tyler to Donna Noble
- The only way she dies is by losing the person she’s become with the Doctor, by way of a memory wipe. Gets married, wins the lottery.
“In loving memory of Rory Arthur Williams, aged 82, and his loving wife Amelia Williams, aged 87.” -Amy and Rory’s tombstone
- Actually lived out the rest of their lives together and happy.
“Now I’ll never know if I was right.” -Adric
- Actually dies. Trying to SOLVE A FUCKING MATH PROBLEM.
Teddy bears are specifically designed with expressionless faces. This is a device for children to project their own emotions into their bear. This is why police cars often keep one in the trunk for children who have experienced trauma. This idea however, is not specific to teddy bears. It can be found in other toys, like say even a Doctor Who action figure. But even further, the concept can be extended to fictional characters. In most any story, the main character(s) are used as a conduit through which the viewer experiences the story. Sometimes, the more fantastical the world, the more mundane the character. Sometimes this works, like Harry Potter for instance, and sometimes the lead character remains flat and fails to grow with the world around them. Like Bella Swan for instance- a girl who less partakes in her world, so much as someone at whom her world happens.
This is a seriously wonderful gif set.
I have reblogged it like three times before or something but I do not even care, I will reblog it again.
How does a chronic mastubator like Jeff make it on there over Jackie Tyler?
I told him how I like Ten with Donna Noble the best. He said “Ugh! I fucking hated Donna. She was annoying and ugly.”
I was like:
What do you think Donna? Should I kill him?
Doctor Who Challenge #10: Saddest Episode- Journey’s End
This one is not sad to me on any Rose level. In fact, if you know me, you know that I find Ten and Rose’s “romance,” almost unbearable to watch. This episode is sad on a Donna level. Donna is the perfect companion for Ten. She never once tries to kiss him, can sass right back, compassionate, and is just as brave as any of them. She’s at her best with Ten and that’s why it’s so sad. She doesn’t even get to benefit from how strong her travels have made her, how much better she is than just a temp. This episode isn’t all sad, the Doctor Donna is quite amusing. But she gets the most important moments of her life wiped from her memory, like Zoe and Jamie lost their memories of the Second Doctor. The look on her face right before he wipes her mind is so heartbreaking. She doesn’t want to go, he doesn’t want to see her go, and neither did I. Donna really was the best for Ten. She kept him real, she kept him balanced, they were best friends. Its easy to see why after her, his character couldn’t go on.