demons run when a good man goes to war...


Kelsey | 20 | MI
Forever faithful Whovian.

This is a Doctor Who appreciation blog.
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booksandwildthings:

saverockandroll:

u ever hear a drum beat that changes ur life

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stravaganza:

Half the Doctor Who fandom right now:

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The other half:

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Some people:

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Most people:

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Everyone:

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In short:

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tennantliciouss:

50 Days of Doctor Who 50th

↳October 04 | Who was your first Doctor?
Don’t drop the banana!
Why not?
Good source of potassium!

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monsieurclever:

wankchestre:

intellectuality:

“Nine sucks.”

“The Ninth Doctor was the worst.”

“Why was Christopher Eccleston even on the-

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“Matt Smith will never be as good as David Tennant”

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"Ew Twelve will be disgusting, Peter Capaldi’s far too old."

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fawkess:

feels.

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1stp-klosr:

"The big reason that Doctor Who is still with us is because of every single viewer who ever turned on to watch this show, at any age, at any time in its history took it into their heart; because Doctor Who belongs to all of us. Everyone made Doctor Who.— Peter Capaldi.

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lumos5000:

dangerhamster:

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT THIS SCENE

OK, so this scene wasn’t originally scripted. RTD added it into the script based on Bernard Cribbins’ experience of the war.

Bernard Cribbins fought in World War Two

Bernard Cribbins never killed a man

And Bernard Cribbins is incredibly proud of that. 

AND IN THAT MOMENT I LOVED WILFRED MOTT’S CHARACTER EVEN MORE!!

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fabricati-diem-pvnc:

Whenever people call the acting in Classic Who “rubbish” or complain about the bad effects, I just laugh. The explosion here was much bigger than planned. It nearly burnt Sylvester McCoy’s clothes off, but he kept walking, staying in character, because he knew they couldn’t redo this scene. That’s dedication. *tips off her hat*