Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by StCoop, Sep 10, 2013.
That was my first reaction too. But the UNIT lady makes more sense.
Tennant and Smith's expressions during the sonic screwdriver scene are absolutely hilarious.
I love them comparing their specs.
One of those images has the following line of dialogue associated with it:
Spoiler: Line Spoiler
"What we do today, we do not out of fear or hate, but because there is no other way." I wonder if that line continues on as: "And we do so in the name of the Doctor."
I just saw this GIF. Could the crystal "rock" here be a fragment of the Key to Time:
Who in their right mind let Clara use that dangerous time travelling device? Isn't there nobody to tell her it's very bad for you? The only thing to ever justify using that thing ever is if you intend to suddenly appear out of the Pandorica with a fez and a mop in the middle of something.
I hope that after the Doctor told her not to do it right before she smiled, she reappears and finds herself stuck with one of the other Doctors (the most annoying preferably). That will serve her right for her insolence to ignore the Doctor's warnings. She's even a bigger baby than he is. Should have let the adults like Rose and the Ninth handle these things.
TV and Photos never really do justice to it. Same with the first Matt Smith Console room too. Much better in person!
I think the reaction is perfectly natural for a former Doctor or Companion though - its their home. I went back to mine 10 years after we moved, and was welcomed inside. I'd never have known it was the same place had I not walked in myself. Truely bizzare experience.
Infraction for flaming, (highlighted text). Comments to PM
It's Jemma Redgrave
Wow, think you got it all figured out, eh? I'm guessing not!
More amusing is spending so much time and effort to find spoilers, then whining when they've been found. Cognitive dissonance at its finest.
Look at these dorks ^_^
I love those shots. When 10 extends his sonic screwdriver it feels like an "F You" and giving 11 the middle finger.
I wonder if we'll finally get to see a Battle Tardis or a million of them in the case of the final battle between the Time Lords and the 10 million Dalek ships.
One wonder what that TARDIS would look like. What is the natural state of a TARDIS? Of course, the smartest thing would be a TARDIS that looks like a Dalek saucer.
Or a Dalek.
Didn't we see some in "The Name of the Doctor"?
Here's an image of a number of "TT capsules," aka TARDISes, in their default configuration:
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