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Barbara, 18, proud German but nontheless anglophil. Potterhead, Superwhoavengerlockian, nerdfighter. not necessarily in this order. also a TV-Junkie able to relate to nearly any fandom. What to expect? Stuff reblogged from people who are more skilled than I am and sometimes a tiny little glimpse of my reallife.
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verysharpteeth:

avengersonna:

permissiontogoafterhim:

Steve with glasses Appreciation post [x]

Ummm

He looked like Jensen again, and I appreciated that.

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thomaswillhiddles:

mrs-cucumberbachelor:

bones-get-that-thing-off-my-face:

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riddleswithtom:

hatalie:

9 has no time for your philosophizing.

nine is tired of your crap

Nine was the sassiest. 

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to scroll past this gifset without reblogging.

Can we also appreciate Rose please? She’s like his back up sassyness and being all “Bitch please, not today.”

is that simon pegg

yes. yes it is 

Scotty! Get your ass back on enterprise!

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riversonglife:

aflawedfashion:

The most interesting thing here stems from the fact that River doesn’t know Donna or have any personal vested interest in her and yet she looks at her with such emotion.  Donna doesn’t die traveling with The Doctor as the audience suspects in this moment.  She forgets.

River has seen a lot of horrible things and isn’t one to be easily moved, but you can see how just the mention of Donna’s name completely affects her. The look on her face reflects the pain of what The Doctor told her about Donna.  We are seeing a reflection of how much and how deeply what happened to Donna affected The Doctor long after she was gone. 

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linnealurks:

burntlikethesun:

RTD subverted the idea of the Doctor as God, not supported it.

The imagery of the Doctor as an all powerful deity is constantly juxtaposed with him being unable to prevent death despite his most desperate efforts. Astrid’s resurrection is impossible and the notion of choosing who should die deemed monstrous, and the Master rejects the Doctor’s salvation to spite him. When he does eventually snap and and become the Time Lord Victorious, he is undermined by the actions of the very woman he saved.

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