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I’m pretty sure Death and Rory are on a first name basis by now…
Dude, Death is just chillin at home, and Rory will just barge in, shout”I DID IT AGAIN.” Then he’ll grab a soda from the fridge and sit next to Death on the sofa and Death will catch him up on everything that’s happened in the hours since they last saw each other.
Death/Rory = Brotp
it was the ‘hours’ that got me XD the ‘hours’ since they last saw each other XD *lol*
When Rory finally dies for real he’s gonna walk in with Amy and say, “Hey death, I brought my wife this time!”
“Rory, what are you doing?”
“Oh, is this Amy?” says Death, standing up from the couch. “I must say, it’s a pleasure to finally meet you, I hope you’ve had a good long life?” and then he and Rory do a man hug full of back slapping and Death’s like “You know where the sodas are.”
I’m sorry but, “you know where the sodas are”
MAKE THIS A FANFICTION
Can’t remember exactly where, but I read a particularly funny one-shot a while back where Rory had to meet Pratchett’s Death every time. Death got annoyed. It pretty much went from “WHO ARE YOU?” to “YOU AGAIN?” to “RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF MY TEA.”
I want to read this fic.Source: tardiswanted
I thought it was time to give some thought to what the Doctor-assistant relationship is, what function the assistant has on the show, how Doctor Who distributes personal qualities by gender, and why I now hate this lovely show that I used to love.
Damn, this rings true and it breaks my (1) heart.
“[in Moffat’s Who] the woman is not of interest for her character or her abilities, but for some fundamental mystery in her being. The mystery isn’t even a secret she’s keeping, something over which she has control- it’s something she does not know about, that the Doctor must puzzle out in his own mind. It’s not about her- it’s about what’s wrong with her. When Steven Moffat took over Doctor Who, women became a problem.”
I love this article.
“I can’t imagine Matt Smith’s Doctor loving someone any more than I can imagine Steven Moffat having done something to deserve access to clean air and water”
“I think with RTD vs. Moffat, it’s like the difference between someone who has just never really thought about how sexist he is vs. someone who doesn’t give a fuck because he’s certain all women *are* like this. All of RTDs women are capable of saving the world, and often do, entirely on their own steam; its the in-between moments where he makes them excitable about weddings and how cute David Tennant is. For Moffat women, the weddings and attractive Doctor are the point; saving the universe is just a distraction.”
“Under Moffat’s watch the Doctor has morphed from an alien who loves humans and feels their pain and experiences love and desire and empathy to a stunted, child-like and extremely bloody irritating space-goon who flaps about like an injured moth when other people’s emotions are making him uncomfortable. And makes sexist jokes about how women are scary. And wants his married companions to sleep in bunk beds. And can save human lives but does not seem to understand human feelings. Who would travel with this man? He might be zany and charming and have nice boots, but he is fundamentally cold and unrelatable.”
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Custom Doctor Whooves ponies by Hey Look! A SIGN!
And can I just say, holy crap, Rose’s cutie mark
The cool thing: a pony based on Ten WAS ALREADY CANON.
He shows up all the time. To keep from getting sued by the BBC, his official name is Dr. Hooves.
All she had to do with the top 2 ponies was paint jackets on them.
(The main characters from The Big Lebowski are also canon. There’s an ep where characters go bowling, and Jesus, Walt, and Lebowski are all there. I about died laughing when I saw that.)
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