#GET #A #ROOM
Just this once, everybody lives!
#THERE’S A STRANGE FAIRY TALE QUALITY TO MOFFAT’S WRITING #THE MAD MAN FALLS INTO A GIRL’S GARDEN AND THEN DISAPPEARS #THE GIRLS GROWS UP WAITING FOR HIM AND HE COMES BACK WITH THE WHOLE UNIVERSE HIDDEN IN HIS HANDS #A SHY BOY GROWS INTO A KNIGHT AND A WARRIOR BUT HE NEVER ONCE FORGETS TO CARE ABOUT PEOPLE AND TEND TO THEM #A GIRL IS TAKEN AWAY FROM HER PARENTS AND MADE INTO A MONSTER #BUT SHE OVERCOMES ALL OF THIS AND MANAGES TO FIND HAPPINESS IN HER LIFE AND MAKE IT HER OWN #A MAD SAD MAN AFTER CENTURIES OF LIVING WITH BURDEN ON HIS SHOULDER FINDS OUT THE TRUTH #AND HE’S FINALLY ABLE TO FORGIVE HIMSELF AND HEAL PROPERLY #AND HE CAN FINALLY START DREAMING AND HOPING AGAIN #AND SOMETIMES - JUST SOMETIMES- EVERYBODY LIVES #PRESERVED IN MEMORIES AND STORIES #THE STORIES AREN’T ALWAYS PRETTY OR NICE AND THEY HAVE A LOT OF SADNESS IN THEM #BUT THEY’RE ALWAYS ABOUT LOVE - ONE WAY OR ANOTHER
Bid the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith, a fond farewell in this hour long retrospective documentary specialabout Doctor Who Series five, six and seven – “the Matt Smith Years.” This compelling documentary, narrated by Alex Kingston (River Song), features highlights from Smith’s run with interview footage from the man himself, his cast-mates, writers, producers, guest stars and celebrity Whovians.
Doctor Who screencaps: Favourite River/Doctor scene
River Song meme → [1/5] hair moments
↳ Melody Malone