Settembre 19th
11:54 PM
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100percentrebeltimelord:

So the first coherent thing the Doctor asks after being knocked out is, “Where’s Clara?”

11:42 PM
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Friendly reminder

becumsh:

Clara goes on a date with Danny, but don’t forget that Clara goes on a fucking weekly date with the Doctor.

11:23 PM
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http://actualgothicheroine.tumblr.com/post/97824642751/so-lets-talk-a-bit-more-about-the-twelfth

actualgothicheroine:

So, lets talk a bit more about the Twelfth Doctor’s remarks about Clara’s looks and love life. I think it’s definitely an important topic to discuss at this point, because it seems to happen at least once an episode. It also DOESN’T exactly seem to be portrayed as one of his “quirks,” despite the…

11:17 PM
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""What makes her, just because she’s his creation, any more important than any of the companions who have come before her?"
Because she is the current companion. And Steven Moffat wants to write this story now. Why junk a great story just because the BBC can’t afford (sadly) to bring Elisabeth Sladen back to life? That’s what TV scriptwriters do – they write as well as budget/resources/availability will allow. Hell, maybe it would have been cool if Ace had been the companion to whisper that stuff into the Doctor’s ear – and maybe she would have been if the episode was written in 1987 – but she wasn’t and it wasn’t. Moaning that it was Clara instead is kinda biting off your nose to spite your face.
So what you’re really suggesting is that Moffat should have denied us of a story that’s been loved by the majority (looking at voting on a variety of sites) just because Clara was his creation? Maybe, but I’m glad he didn’t.”"
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SFX writer Dave Golder response to criticism of ‘Listen’ (x)

except that this storyline was perfect for clara - not just because she’s “an important companion” but because she has proven herself to be extremely warm and loving with children - any of the companions could have done the same, but that’s not the point

(via e1evenc1ara)

11:09 PM
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becumsh:

Moffat officially confirmed, that TWELFTH DOCTOR IS CLARA’S DOCTOR
NOW EXCUSE ME WHILE I SCREAM AND CRY FROM MY SHIP BEING SO CANON IT FUCKING HURTS

8:40 PM
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"One of the difficulties with her ‘impossible girl’ story was that she wasn’t actually a participant in it, because she didn’t actually know about the mystery … Certainly she came to life immediately as a character and as a performance with Peter [Capaldi]’s Doctor … suddenly there was a different chemistry. Peter and Jenna absolutely belong together in Doctor Who. To be absolutely honest, there’s also the problem of … you look at Matt Smith in a bow tie and you’re looking for Karen Gillan. You just are. So it was tough for Jenna.Do you remember back in the day … Sarah Jane Smith seemed like a rather dull replacement for Jo Grant, til Tom Baker’s Doctor came along? Sarah Jane was quite boring for that first year, then Tom Baker came along and – fazoom – she was brilliant. Clara has her own Doctor now, and she becomes the main character – which of course the companion always should be, really…"
—  Steven Moffat addressing the criticisms of Clara Oswald (x)
8:36 PM
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how long have you traveled  a l o n e ?

                     p e r h a p s   i   n e v e r   h a v e 

didn’t anyone ever tell you? fear is a superpower. fear can make you faster and cleverer and stronger. And one day you’re going to come back to this barn and on that day you’re going to be very afraid indeed. But that’s okay, because if you’re very wise and very strong, fear doesn’t have to make you cruel or cowardly. fear can make you kind. it doesn’t matter if there’s nothing under the bed, or in the dark. so long as you know it’s okay to be afraid of it. So listen, if you listen to nothing else listen to this. you’re always going to be afraid, even if you learn to hide it. fear is like a companion. a constant companion, always there. but it’s okay. because fear can bring us together. fear can bring you home.  f e a r   m a k e s   c o m p a n i o n s   o f   u s   a l l .
8:34 PM
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http://becumsh.tumblr.com/post/97416004920/capaldiia-capaldiia-that-burning-chemistry

capaldiia:

capaldiia:

that burning chemistry when they get really close tho

​and it’s so tense bc it feels so forbidden that they should ever get so close and it’s not just about the age different between actors but there is this sense of pushing the boundaries and trying to suppress…

8:34 PM
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capaldiia:

capaldiia:

that burning chemistry when they get really close tho

​and it’s so tense bc it feels so forbidden that they should ever get so close and it’s not just about the age different between actors but there is this sense of pushing the boundaries and trying to suppress feelings that are still there and all in all it’s absolutely delicious

8:34 PM
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11thdoctr:

yeah your otp is cool but did one of them go back in the other’s timeline and influenced his life so much that after 2000 years he still lives by her words and still remembers that key moment yeah didnt think so

8:33 PM
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moffat-rocks:

Right, I have called it before and I am calling it again: Danny Pink is the Doctor’s son. Or at least Moffat is hinting very heavily in that direction. I already had this theory months ago, actually even before the character of Danny Pink was introduced.

But this (very brilliant) recent episode Listen was one big hint:

  1. Danny lives in a children’s home. So we are told straight away that something happened to Danny’s parents.
  2. The Doctor demonstrates his dad skills. Not necessarily proof, but Moffat wants to remind us that the Doctor is a dad.
  3. The ambiguous family heirloom. Orson hands Clara the toy soldier, heavily hinting that she is his family. But Clara leaves the toy soldier with the child Doctor. Did Orson inherit the heirloom from Danny or did he inherit it from the Doctor? Or was it both?
  4. Orson Pink is vague about his family history. Once again with the ambiguity: Orson says time-travel runs in the family. But he is unclear about whether it was one of his grandparents (Clara) or one of his great-grandparents (which could be the Doctor, if Danny is the Doctor’s son), or both.

What is more, Danny shares some character trades with the Doctor. Like being a good man who went to war; being clever enough to hear dreams; calling people out on lying to them. Not to mention they have the same taste in space suit.

Who’s with me?

8:32 PM
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a message from Anonimo


*SPOILERS* DON'T READ IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LATEST EPISODE, so Orson could be a descendant of the Doctor & Clara and I'm kind of upset about the latter, not for shipping reasons, but they spent a lot of season seven trying to determine who the Impossible Girl is and now with that passing its like suddenly she is being set up for an out of nowhere future, which if she is supposed to settle down with Danny, then that maybe confirms that Clara will no longer be a companion after this season...

e1evenc1ara:

BUT IT COULD ALSO BE A SMOKESCREEN TO MASK UPCOMING TRAGEDY BECAUSE MOFF IS THE DEVIL

The wording was very carefully selected to keep us in the dark:

  • Orson doesn’t say his grandparents had stories about time travel - he said ‘a grandparent’ - and we believe Danny will travel with Clara and the Doctor later, so - OOPS
  • Notice the lack of specification also - Orson doesn’t say grandmother or grandfather, but grandparent
  • Orson gives Clara the ‘family heirloom’ that she gave to Danny and later gives to the Doctor, which really makes you question what ‘family’ means in this scenario - time travel family??

I mean, Moff has been intentionally misleading before only to deliver the obvious expectation (River being the Doctor’s wife, River being Amy and Rory’s daughter, that whole speech Amy gives that makes you think for a second WHAT IS THE DOCTOR MELODY’S FATHER and then it’s Rory) so maybe he’s just being a douche

But it’s all up in the air! I won’t trust anything unless Clara pops out a baby

8:10 PM
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Peter Capaldi - Then & Now

Local Hero (1983) ll Doctor Who (2014)

8:07 PM
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The Doctor and Clara + their little “dance” around the console