The queen began to see familiar faces. A bald man with bushy side-whiskers frowned down from a window with her father’s frown, and for an instant looked so much like Lord Tywin that she stumbled. A young girl sat beneath a fountain, drenched in spray, and stared at her with Melara Hetherspoon’s accusing eyes. She saw Ned Stark, and beside him little Sansa with her auburn hair and a shaggy grey dog that might have been her wolf. Every child squirming through the crowd became her brother Tyrion, jeering at her as he had jeered when Joffrey died. And there was Joff as well, her son, her firstborn, her beautiful bright boy with his golden curls and his sweet smile, he had such lovely lips, he…


There’s one thing I always wanted to ask Jack, back in the old days. I wanted to know about that Doctor of his. The man who appears out of nowhere and saves the world; except sometimes he doesn’t. All those times in history where there was no sign of him … I wanted to know why not. But I don’t need to ask anymore. I know the answer now:

Sometimes the Doctor must look at this planet and turn away in shame. 


Kitty doesn’t get Clyde. [x]

burntlikethesun  asked:

tbh judging by him spending the majority of S8 just hanging around clara and not doing anything until the master gives him coordinates, rather than frantically searching, twelve doesn't seem that bothered about finding gallifrey either. he even forgot he wasn't the last of his kind repeatedly lmao

lol it annoys me so deeply! i fucking hate that they saved gallifrey and ruined the time war and all that bs but if you’re gonna go to the effort of fucking up someone else’s work, at least do something with it? moffat did nothing with the time war after he unwrote it. nothing! twelve didn’t dedicate himself to finding his ~beloved~ planet and its tyrannical government who want to destroy the universe. he and clara constantly talked about how he’s the last time lord anyway. it didn’t even make twelve a happier person to know he saved the fucking kiddies, it made him grumpy and rude and ‘dark’ anyway because malcolm tucker. so he fucked up a previous’ writers work, undermined the emotional undercurrent of dozens of episodes in his era and in other people’s, all for….. nothing but a trite 10 minute sequence in an anniversary ep.

steven moffat the hack: the never-ending story