#oh my god #I’d forgotten this scene #this is why, isn’t it #this is why he always told her how special she was #how important #how brilliant #because he remembered the time when he was so callous #the time that, for all he knows, might have contributed to her shitty self esteem even more #the time he told her she wasn’t special or important #which coming from him is harsh #I mean the Doctor thinks everyone’s important #but in that moment #with a brain addled with heartbreak #and a heart aching for his Rose #he told her what she already thought about herself #and who knows #maybe that’s why she never believed him
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Fury = The Doctor: Both look after their bands of misfits, and defend the Earth.
Tony = Jack: International/intergalactic playboys willing to die for the greater good. Many times over in Jack’s case.
Steve = Martha: Underdogs who became heroes, fighting tyrants for freedom and justice.
Bruce = Donna: Both forced to embrace a personality they didn’t want. The only difference is, Donna no longer remembers what it was like to be fully her.
Natasha = Amy: Both badass redheads with pasts they tend to run from.
Clint = Rory: Soldier types who always come as a package deal with their badass redhead.
Phil = Mickey: Both The Man In Havana, both eventually drawn to Big Fucking Guns.
Maria = River: The capable second-in-command.
Thor = Rose: Both channel godlike powers (that they had to prove themselves worthy of.) Also, both blonde.
Loki = The Master: These two would get on like a house on fire…no survivors.
Thor is Rose
I quit life this is the best thing I’ve ever seen
Oh my god, Martha as Cap. MY CREYS.
Martha as — yes, what you said exactly.
I approve of everything this post chooses to be.
It all makes perfect sense. Seriously… it’s all perfect.
Oh my gosh, if Loki and The Master teamed up… END OF THE WORLD.
OH YES PLEASE
YES I AM IN NEED OF THIS
Mickey and Phil oh god yes perfection
#Here have some more#angst #Ten#otherwise known as#Series 3 #the series where he was more recklessly suicidal than he was after the fucking timewar #this is the Doctor after losing Rose #and his life choices are really not the soundest #first lets try and forget Rose by kissing a brilliant med student #then lets passive agressively torture said brilliant med student #for the entire series #to pump up my sad timelord ego and make myself feel better#lets flirt and hug and call her a star and then the next second remind her how NOT Rose she is #lets make matters worse by having a death wish #so every chance we get were are going to hug lightening rods #throw ourselves in front of Daleks #remove our memories and become human #and oh #if you think for a second#even one second#that chameleon arch plan? that was another passive suicide attempt#the doctor isn’t nice#how many times has he himself said that?#he wouldn’t put himself through that agony of re-writing his entire genetic code just to be kind to murderous hunters #no he absolutely changed hoping that John Smith would never open the watch #Of that I am terrifyingly certain #The appearance of Jack and the whole Master keeping him captive for a year? #That was honestly the best thing that could have happened to him (other than Rose coming back of course) #because he started to remember who he was #he didn’t just lose Rose at the end of S2 (via: vannadear)
The thing I keep banging on about is that he doesn’t know what age he is. He’s lying. How could he know, unless he’s marking it on a wall? He could be 8,000 years old, he could be a million. He has no clue. The calendar will give him no clues.
—Steven Moffat, SFX, May 2010
#What watching this gifset gave me is the fact that Rose doesn’t really flinch. #Look at her. #He grabs her and starts yelling. #Scared to death. #Because Rose just made this real. #The home that they had been playacting at for over two years was suddenly not something removed- but something real #raw #and brought back emotions he had once thought long dead. #He is practically spitting all over her#and she calmly says it #just like her actions have been saying it for the duration of her time on the TARDIS. #These words cannot be unspoken #these decisions cannot be unmade. #She barely blinks at the force of him coming at her- nigh bullying her into denying her love for him. #Look at that last gif. #that’s usually the look before someone throws themselves headlong into an embrace- usually of the kissing variety. #But you know what years of denial will do to you? #Even in this moment- this declarative moment that’s essentially bigger than what she gasps on a beach #he can’t allow himself to break. #We don’t see him break until years later on another planet. #And without her- it isn’t pretty. (via helplesslynerdy)
Drinks for the Ambassador of Thrace. That was the last time anyone told me I was beautiful.
The saddest thing about Cassandra is that she literally creates herself.
In which RTD once again does paradoxes right.
The thing about Cassandra is that she seems so vain. All of the ridiculous lengths she goes to for the sake of beauty. But it isn’t until this scene that you understand, because it seems like she’s meeting herself for the sake of more vanity. But then she repeats to her younger self that she is beautiful and you see the look on her face change and that’s when you see, because you can tell from the flippant way she regards it the first time that people had been telling her she was beautiful her whole life, but when this strange person comes up to her and tells her with such heartfelt sincerity that she is beautiful, this was the only time which Cassandra believed it. The only time she actually felt beautiful.
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NON ONO NNONO IM’ CRYING HALP