So… Did anyone else get their pre-order early? This is a HUGE mistake via BBC America, one I’m very happy to be victimized by. I get to see Nightmare in Silver AND The Name of the Doctor early!
So, I feel like I have the awesome power of being able to spoil something really really big in the palm of my hands but I refuse sir, I REFUSE! Just know that The Name of the Doctor is a seriously game-changing episode. And that Clara’s explanation will BLOW classic Whovians out of the water.
That’s when people truly take it to their hearts. They recognise it. That’s all of us. Even if you’re blubbing at the Doctor and Rose on Bad Wolf Bay in Doomsday, you’re empathising, you’re feeling it, and there’s an echo of every loss you’ve ever had in that.
- Russell T. Davies, The Writer’s Tale
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It was the 50th anniversary of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” on Wednesday (and the song “Moon River” was written by Henry Mancini for the film soundtrack).
Day 19: Which Doctor Who character is most like you?
If I’m being honest, I would have to go with Rose Tyler. She was a woman who didn’t realize all she was capable of until she was given the opportunity by that mad man with his blue box.
But she’s open, both in her mind and world (universe) view and her heart. I like to think I’m an open minded and hearted person.
Plus, I went through a relationship where I would have stayed with a man forever and I was endlessly devoted, just like Rose was to the Doctor. I feel like she was the character I most related to, because she was so beautifully human.
I love her. I don’t care what anyone says. She was fantastic.