Guys I was thinking about the Doctor’s companions and realised that most of them did not have a sibling. I mean literally - what would have happened if Amy had a sister who blamed the Doctor for her death or Clara an overprotective brother who loses it when Clara sacrifices herself for the Doctor - twice…


What must it have been like, for Twelve, to be totally and wholly accepted by River without pause? When he regenerated, Clara rejected him–this angry old man who appeared in place of her fresh faced and lighthearted friend. It took a phone call from Eleven to convince Clara–Clara who Twelve still considered to be his best friend– to give Twelve a chance and stay with him. 

How must it have felt to say “Hello Sweetie” and have River respond to him as she always had? She didn’t question that he may be a new man under that new face, she just carried on as if things were as they had always been. She tells him she hates him (without meaning it), tells him his clothes/hair is stupid, says something salacious and tries to sacrifice her life for his. 

His River, who hasn’t recognized him all day long, just accepts him for who he is, without reservation or question. 

I know alot of people don’t like River Song but she is and will probably always be one of my favourite Doctor Who characters

The lovestory with Eleven was pretty lame, yes, but I still enjoyed her being there because she was fun and interesting

Plus, I really, really loved her chemistry with Twelve, that last scene at the Towers was beautiful.
And Silence at the Library/Forest of the Dead is on the very top of my favourite Episodes lists and it just got more and more emotional the more River-related episodes we saw, until I rewatched it a couple of days ago and it pretty much tore my heart out.

Despite all his flaws I will forever love and admire Steven Moffat for that plot