I stg he just makes the Doctor like that as self insert. He literally made the Doctor unrecognizable, and the concept of the Doctor falling into instalove and abandoning Rose just proves he's got no grasp of the characters. Because in T&C you see 10 spending a whole episode screaming about where Rose was, bc there was danger. In NE, he didn't realize the danger, so he was more casual with her wandering. Suddenly he doesn't care when she's in danger and abandons the Tardis too? BS.
Oh absolutely. The Doctor was completely out of character. I mean yeah
he wasn’t exactly a fan of Mickey’s but he did at least respect him
enough to value his life even if he didn’t always act like it. But NO WAY, NO. WAY.
would he have ever left Rose when it had already been basically
established by the characters, the writers and the actors themselves
that he was head over heels, over the moon, stupid in love with her and
he sure as hell wouldn’t have left the TARDIS which was his last piece
of Gallifrey. Not to mention how completely moronic it would have been
for him to remove a historical figure from their timeline especially
since it was so important “she be saved to protect history from
unraveling.” Not to mention he knew her life story, he knew she died
young, and for him to suddenly be okay with that scenario after
basically telling Rose they couldn’t be more because her life was too
short… Um, No. So I again say it makes absolutely no sense for why he would then go
chase after Reinette (who he first meets as a child…)
(You said it Joey) But of course according to Moffat’s reasoning, it’s okay to be with her because she’s “high class” and “a perfect match.” OH VOMIT! That whole episode was just….. okay, yeah I can’t find a way to describe it without at least five different uses of the F -bomb but if I could retcon the whole thing from memory I would. Thank god for fanfiction fix-its.
Also, I think The Doctor needed an arse whooping after that stunt. He’s lucky they hadn’t met Donna yet cause she would have given him hell.
Title: A Place For Us To Dream (63/65) Rating: T Summary: —Doomsday AU— What would have happened if the Doctor’s lever had been the one to slip? If the Doctor had been the one trapped in the parallel universe? Rose has to pick up the pieces and carry on in his place. After all, someone has to be the Doctor. Characters: Tenth Doctor, Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler, Pete Tyler, Mickey Smith, Martha Jones, Donna Noble Notes: This story was inspired by a number of things — namely badwolfrun trying to keep me entertained at work by sending me this ask, which became this graphic and this graphic made by MK, and subsequent discussions with MK and perfectlyrose. Enjoy!
Sarah Jane Smith had
lived a good life. She’d seen the stars, traveled through time, she
had good friends, a son she loved…
But that didn’t mean she wanted to
die at the hands of the Daleks that had cornered her on the street.
There was a flash of light, and two
people appeared on either side of the car, blasting the Daleks. Sarah
Jane scrambled out of the car, gaping when she realized she
recognized the one who had appeared next to her door.
Mickey Smith grinned, pulling Sarah
Jane into a hug. “Us Smiths gotta stick together!”
“Excuse me, hello,” the blonde
woman who had appeared on the other side said as she walked around.
“Jackie Tyler, Rose’s mum. Now where the hell is my
Sarah Jane gaped at her for a moment
before beaming. Oh this was just brilliant.
If you watch the last three episodes of s9 backwards end of “hell bent” to “heaven sent” to beginning “face the raven”, it’s about the Doctor getting stranded by his TARDIS in the middle of the desert with a mysterious face painted on the TARDIS. Then while he is playing is guitar, a diner appears and a woman in waitress uniform comes out from the back and then they chat and he tells her a story that he thinks is the future and what he is supposed to do. But he tells her he doesn’t remember the face of Clara and each day he forgets a little of the future. He leaves the diner and grabs ride on a truck since his TARDIS abandoned him. And like he said everyday he forgets about Clara and one day he just faints in the middle of nowhere while talking to this american man. When he wakes up he is in a classic Tardis with the woman from the diner but now he remembers that she is Clara and there is Ashildr(her friend) in the Tardis too. Clara and he argue about memory wipes and they drop off ashildr at the end of the universe. Clara has been living a very long time with no heartbeat and the Doctor thinks he can help her with timelord technology. Then they go back to Gallifrey, but get caught, although they do get to say something very important to each other in the cloister. Clara is put into this weird machine where she is transported into a trap street to face death, while the doctor is exiled by Rassilon into a barn and eventually placed into his confession dial, in which he spends four and a half billion years but eventually is extracted out by none other than ashildr who apparently is now a mayor at the trap street. So then he save Clara from the raven, Rigsy gets a cool Tattoo from Clara and then they grab Rigsy and get out of the trap street. Then the Doctor and Clara meet Lucy while dropping Rigsy home. Rigsy calls the TARDIS to thank Clara for the cool tattoo once again! And it ends with the Doctor and Clara laughing and going off to one of many adventures to come…🙃
I don’t know where I read about The Doctor and River having a Gallifreyan Christmas, but since then, I can’t get out of my head the image of The Doctor and River having a Christmas dinner with Gallifrey’s OT4, and Ace.
Just imagine this table with The Doctor, River, Romana, Leela, Braxiatel, Narvin and Ace.
I’m pretty sure that the girls would enjoy each other’s conversation topics. I mean Leela would ask River about her guns, and River would obliging give her a couple of shooting lessons, in which Ace, and why not, Romana would join.
The Doctor would be looking desaprovingly to River, meanwhile he and Narvin are cornered by Brax in a conversation about his collection. The Doctor and Narvin are clearly bored, but Brax has a speech prepared, and he’s not going to stop, and the wine is an excellent vintage.
Meanwhile, the girls conversation would’ve developed to gossip about The Doctor, making him feel so cranky, above all when River starts to tell about that time she took the TARDIS and abandon him on an otter’s sanctuary for a month.
When the Doctor sends Rose away in The Parting of the Ways, she obeys him and lets the TARDIS become a fixture on a street corner, lets it gather dust and be forgotten. By the time the Doctor dies in the year five billion, that street is long gone, but the TARDIS remains.
Their tardis is malfunctioning, just their luck.
They were just going to go out for a little drive to see the stars and now they’re plummeting towards Earth.
“Irving, we might have to abandon the tardis and fly off.”