“Everybody knows that everybody dies. But not every day. Not today. Some days are special. Some days are so, so blessed. Some days, nobody dies at all. Now and then, every once in a very long while, every day in a million days, when the wind stands fair and the Doctor comes to call, everybody lives.”

So, in honour of the 400 follows, Imma do a follow spree. Like or reblog if you post one or more of:

  • DW/ Torchwood
  • BBC Sherlock
  • SPN
  • Hannibal
  • Marvel (Guardians of the Galaxy, Spiderman, Avengers and Xmen)
  • In The Flesh
  • Faking It
  • Firefly
  • Harry Potter (I usually tag Hogwarts, but imma tag Harry Potter for this)
  • Teen Wolf
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer
  • AHS
  • GoT

I will follow the first 300 of you XD

My dash is super dead now, so I’d like to follow some new people! Please reblog if you post 

  • Supernatural
  • Destiel
  • Sherlock
  • Johnlock
  • Doctor Who
  • Merlin
  • Merthur
  • Orange is the New Black
  • Game of Thrones
  • Marvel (Cap and Iron Man especially)
  • Disney
  • The Mortal Instruments or The Infernal Devices
  • Harry Potter
  • Star Wars
  • FOB
  • Coldplay
  • Demi Lovato
  • The Beatles
  • Misha Collins
  • Jensen Ackles
  • Jared Padalecki
  • Tom Hiddleston
  • bamf ladies

even if your blog is a mix of these things please reblog and I’ll do my best to check them all out :)

Steven Moffat is under fire for screwing with the show’s history again - but isn’t that what Doctor Who has always been about?

"So if you’re freaking out about Listen, the most recent episode by showrunner Steven Moffat, and think that Moffat has taken an outrageous liberty with the show’s text, take a moment to think about how it must have felt when they suddenly introduced the idea that the Doctor could change his appearance. (It took them two more goes before they called it “regeneration”, and made it a proper thing in 1974.) Or how about when the Second Doctor revealed he was a Time Lord, and was put on trial for stealing the TARDIS? That nugget was revealed at the end of the show’s sixth season. We think of it as something that’s always been — but imagine if Buffy had suddenly revealed at the end of season six that she was from the planet Slayos, or if Lost’s final season had suddenly introduced time travel elements that had nothing to do with what had come befo— oh.”

anonymous said:

You have a much larger knowledge of classic Who, so I figured you might know how this works. In the latest episode, Listen, Clara flies the Tardis TWICE simply by connecting to the membrane thing. Doesn't that sort of making controlling the Tardis manually obsolete? What's the point of flying it if you can just concentrate on a place and you're there? Also how did they fly back to Gallifrey, I thought it was impossible? Or am I misunderstanding how the Time Lock works. Sorry.

Let’s just… not try to apply logic to that episode.

I guess… Remember that the TARDIS is a sentient being, who on occasion does things because she decides she wants to. She’s also telepathic. So it may not be so much that Clara flew it that she basically sort of suggested, and the TARDIS went ‘yeah alright’.

How did they get to Gallifrey? Beats me. No fucking clue. The Time War and Time Lock are nuWho inventions. SUPPOSEDLY they shouldn’t be able to, certainly not by accident.

And I mean not only that, but flying into Gallifrey’s past is maybe impossible, more probably just highly illegal. Like that’s the reason time passes linearly on Gallifrey, despite Time Lords bouncing all over history everywhere else.

They have a SHITTON of rules and restrictions on time travel, and on Gallifrey itself they are definitely in a position to enforce it. Theoretically you cannot land on Gallifrey (certainly not within the capitol, though the barn obviously wasn’t that)  without authorisation? They made the time capsules, they know how to stop them, trap them, ground them…

So basically I find it HIGHLY strange they apparently managed to end up on Gallifrey.

Also that Thete was apparently sleeping in a barn. And was supposed to join the army in place of entering the academy?? Like.. that.. that is not how… That’s not how it’s ever been written, actually??? Thete is a fancy upper class kid, they probably didn’t have much choice in entering the academy whether they wanted to or not.