I keep thinking back to Amy’s afterword and how it says everything the doctor needs to hear: she’s happy, she found Rory, and how they lived a good long life together. But then I think of River’s words “Don’t let him see the damage” and I can’t help but wonder if anything in that afterword is true
I want the love that goes through thousand years and never gives up, the love that comes from a great friendship, the love that can go through the hard times and still bounce back because of our love, the love that can stay strong thousand of miles apart, the love that can take being universes apart and still be in love, that can take death and still love each other. I CRAVE that love.
1. long ass speeches about time and space
3. unexplained plot holes
5. MORE TEARS
6. the doctor not being ginger
7. everyone else being confused except for the doctor
9. The doctor pointing his sonic screwdriver at every living thing
10. recurring enemies who never fucking give up or vanish
11. Rose tyler I-
don’t become too attached to any companions or different doctors. They just leave at one point in the show. Then you’re left with re-watching their goodbye scene, re blogging pictures of them on tumblr and CrYInG because they either ,lost their memory, regenerated or is currently stuck in an another fucking dimension.
When I first met you, I didn't have parents. I never had parents. And then you did whatever it was you did and rebooted the universe and suddenly I...have parents. And I've always had parents. And I remember both lives -- in my head both of them in my head at the same time.
And it's fine, isn't it?
Yeah but it shouldn't be. Why is it fine?
Rory was a Roman for 2,000 years.
He says he hardly remembers it.
Ah, but sometimes you catch him just...staring
“When you meet this handsome man, and then talk to him, and in 5 minutes it’s boring as a brick. And there are others. Meet them and think, “it’s nothing normal.” And then you get used to them and realize that person is right for them, as if it is written on all their essence. And they suddenly begin to seem so beautiful…”