reblog this if cheese is important
Cheese is more than important. Cheese is a food group. A tasty, tasty food group.
Sylvester McCoy felt that he was too small and easily bullied if he sat on the sofa, so he decided this was better
As someone who stands a mere 4’11”, I wholeheartedly endorse this tactic and vow to steal it the first chance I get. If I haven’t already. I might have done….
Also, I love that Colin’s amused. These three are entirely adorable.
…I think I know where he hid Gallifrey….
My dash is now 2000% eyebrows. This is not a complaint. Not even close. Also, I’m pretty sure his eyebrows are bigger on the inside, and it’s so awesome, this is my new headcanon.
I’m not saying I have actual proof of any kind that Lord Fellamar’s family name is Pilfrey and our Ronnie of the colorful socks is his great-great-great-great-great etc. grandson, I’m just suggesting they do look an awful lot alike (I mean, that can’t possibly be a coincidence…oh, wait) with more than one similarity in their rather deviant over-the-top personalities.
That being said, Pilfrey has hugely better taste in the woman he is totally inappropriately (and yet hilariously) trying to seduce, but on the other hand Lord Fellamar has an awesome wig and a sword. And let’s face it, when it comes to downfalls, being Indiana Jones’d by BRIAN BLESSED is a much less ignominious defeat than being knocked over with one finger by Paul “Gormless” Slippery even if you do make him cluck like a chicken later.
The Five(ish) Doctors (x)
This is still making me giggle.
Showing your friends Doctor Who
Especially Sixie, if they haven’t yet realized his awesomeness.
And when they introduce him
these has been the reactions of the world
Oh don’t mind me, I’ve just got ALL THE ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME FEELS IN MY EYE.
Every one: past, present, and future.
Because of reasons. All of them. Across time. Across space. For then. For now.
I’ve been avoiding spoilers where I can, because I’ll know what will be, in due time. But, I’m betting there will be some fun banter between Ten and Eleven. Probably a fair amount of tension dealing with the War Doctor. Apparently, an appearance of the absolutely obligatory fez. Daleks, because Daleks. And it evidently it has something to do with the Time War. So, there is bound to be plenty of excitement, humor, sass, awesomeness, and epic epicness, all packed into more running time than a usual episode. So, basically, strap in and hang on.
This coming Christmas will be the first time I’ll be seeing a current Doctor regenerate, alongside the rest of the fandom and being caught up in all the flutter that goes with it. Bit of a milestone, there, and it’s kind of exciting. I’ll be sorry to see him go, though.
As to how, exactly, I really hope he goes out at least doing something madly heroic, like saving the world from conquest or destruction. Not tripping over a rivet or something similarly embarrassing. I also hope he doesn’t go out due to a botched “Hey, look at me! I’m a target!” gambit.
Doctor Who has never pretended to be hard science fiction … At best Doctor Who is a fairytale, with fairytale logic about this wonderful man in this big blue box who at the beginning of every story lands somewhere where there is a problem. - neil gaiman