It’s always you and her, isn’t it? Long after the rest of us have gone.
The TARDIS as seen on the first episode of Doctor Who, 1963.
New rule…first ever TARDIS Always reblog
ALWAYS reblog the moment of the Broken Chameleon Circuit
Like Father, Like Daughter, Like Husband…
River Song and The Doctor
This is why I love this show
If you ever feel down and/or lack of self confidence : remember that you are unique in the universe.
Scenes like this is why I love Doctor Who.
Just a, you know, casual reminder.
Something I’ve never noticed before:
Snape not only deflects McGonagall’s attack but uses it to take down Alecto and Amycus in a single armwave behind his visual field. Like they both had their wands out too but BOY they did not see that coming. Snape knew that he needed to get rid of them before being driven out of the castle so that they wouldn’t harm any of the students GOD what a badass motherfucker
I think I’ve seen this before, but I love it nonetheless
Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars
This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who
This might my favorite gif ever
Also via DoctorWho.tv:
Have you ever wondered which was the Master’s maddest scheme? Needed an exhaustive list of “The Things of Rassilon”? Wondered which Doctor actor was tallest? Or desperately wanted a diagram of the Doctor’s family tree? Test your knowledge of the last Time Lord and the worlds he’s visited in Who-ology, an unforgettable journey through the first 50 years of Doctor Who.
Packed with facts, figures and stories from the show’s complete history, this unique tour of space and time transports you from Totters Lane to Skaro, taking in everything from guides to UNIT call signs, details of the inner workings of sonic screwdrivers, and a reliability chart covering every element of the TARDIS. Are you ready? Then read on, you clever boys (and girls). And remember…
Who-ology hits UK shops tomorrow, other shops later this month.
Here’s a bunch of links where you can find it:
It’s the oldest story in the universe…
And then there’s this…