I find it hilarious that some people are mad at Moffat for showing that there were innocents lives on Gallifrey when the Doctor was about to destroy it. These people seem to think that just because Rassilon and the High Council were all a bunch of universe destroying nutters, the entire planet (which consists of billions of people) were as well, and for Moffat to show otherwise “goes against canon”.
This pic means more because Lana was not scheduled to work today. She made a special trip to where Jennifer was filming just so they could take the photo of them wearing there sweaters. If that doesn’t show love and respect for the Swan Queen fandom than I don’t know what does.
Yup this! Gotta love Lana!
Also Donna had plenty of mystery - ~Most Important Woman In The Universe~ who absorbed the Doctor’s brain and turned part Time Lord, who was thrown together with the Doctor by the universe itself so this could happen. She did not end up fully human, and she was plenty special. Also, what the fuck is your problem with a girl who’s a little unique?
She absolutely did. Her first episode was about trying to figure out how she could possibly be in the TARDIS and this was actually important to her overall arc. And yes, she ends up being the most important person ever. Not bad for an “ordinary girl.”
But, the veracity of the original claim aside, I’ve noticed a trend where female characters who happen to be anything other than ordinary get hated by the fandom. Regardless of whatever realism the male characters bring to the show (and a 900 year old Lord of Time brings about 0 realism), female characters are always judged harshly if they aren’t realistic enough. Girls aren’t allowed to be as skilled or as impossible as the male characters.
"…big enough for you, Brigadier?"
Terror of the Zygons - season 13 - 1975
Plot twist: The next companion is a normal girl/boy who only dies once in their lifetime and has no remarkable back story but he thinks they’re wonderful because they are human and the Doctor needs reminding that you don’t need to be a mystery to be remarkable.
so basically we want Donna back
That doesn’t count, its not a kiss with any sort of romantic connection. It only happened because the Doctor needed a shock so Donna did the most out of character thing she could think of.
That is also why it’s hilarious.
It did say “had to kiss or sexualize,” not that the kiss had to be romantic (the Doctor actually only kisses one person with his own romantic interests under Moffat anyway).
Nine and Ten end up in an awful lot of situations where the only possible solution is a kiss, regardless of romantic intentions (and all of those times, the characters aren’t asked about it beforehand). And yet, it’s only a problem when Eleven does it.
OUaT 'A Tale of Two Sisters' - A Summary.
Oh, can’t anybody see
We’ve got a war to fight [POI + 4.02]
Person Of Interest S04E02 - Nautilus
Claire Mahoney: Why would you want to help me?
Harold Finch: I would like to think there’s meaning too.
"Never ignore a coincidence."
The Pandorica Opens - series 05 - 2010
Our twinsies (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧