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Video Post Thu, Jul. 24, 2014 289 notes

cleowho:

"Fear is the greatest enemy of them all…"

Frontier in Space - season 10 - 1973

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Photo Post Tue, Jul. 22, 2014 341 notes

felicityredbarrow:

doctordistress:

Reason the TARDIS never works properly #1656

I’m reading it in his voice and I’m dying.

felicityredbarrow:

doctordistress:

Reason the TARDIS never works properly #1656

I’m reading it in his voice and I’m dying.

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Video Post Sun, Jul. 20, 2014 312 notes

cleowho:

"Klokleda partha mennin kletch."

The Curse of Peladon - season 09 - 1972

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Video Post Tue, Jul. 15, 2014 339 notes

cleowho:

"I can’t seem to find my sonic screwdriver anywhere!"

Doctor Who and the Silurians - season 07 - 1970

for

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Photo Post Tue, Jul. 15, 2014 217 notes

brigwife:

onna4:

Go through Third Doctor’s era
It’s all that I see, I swear to god

accurate

brigwife:

onna4:

Go through Third Doctor’s era

It’s all that I see, I swear to god

accurate

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Text Post Tue, Jul. 08, 2014 351 notes

spockvarietyhour:

airyairyquitecontrary:

spockvarietyhour:

well overall Frontier in Space is strong, wasn’t expecting the Cliffhanger. And looking at the BBC episode guide for the next episode just look at how fabulous the Doctor looks in Planet of the Daleks

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I think this sums up Pertwee’s run on the series nicely.

And I’m sad now because this was Roger Delgado’s last appearance on the series as the Master!

I believe in never missing an opportunity to tell this story about Roger Delgado, because it’s both one of the sweetest and one of the most trolly things I’ve ever heard of:

During his time as the Master, Delgado would sometimes find that when he was out and about doing ordinary things, like grocery shopping or waiting in a queue at the post office, he would feel someone’s stare boring into him. At about mid-thigh level. And he would look around unobtrusively, and there would be a little kid, usually standing behind its mother’s legs and holding onto a handful of her skirt for safety. Staring at him with the greatest suspicion and concern. Was it him? In their town? What the hell was he up to? Should they do something?

And Delgado would gaze back, give them a small, vulpine smile, and softly say ‘Yes, it’s the Master, small child.’

And there would be a little sharp intake of breath and the kid would disappear entirely behind Mum’s legs.

He always enjoyed thinking of the little thrill of pure terror and wonder he had thrown into their lives - and after all, no permanent psychological harm was done, since after a few days when the world wasn’t destroyed, they would have concluded that the Doctor turned up and discreetly took care of things, so everything was all right.

And, at least until they grew up enough to realise that they’d just seen an actor and he was having a bit of fun with them, they got to believe, no, to know for certain that everything they saw on Doctor Who was true.

heheheee

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Video Post Mon, Jul. 07, 2014 454 notes

pattroughton:

Happy birthday, Jon Pertwee! (July 7, 1919)

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Video Post Fri, Jul. 04, 2014 27 notes

Day fourteen: Mods are asleep! Anything goes!

If you didn’t want a 1776 Doctor Who parody, you shouldn’t have given me a free day on the fourth of July. (if I had more time, i would have drawn “Who’s that?” “Rose. … I hope.”)




Video Post Tue, Jul. 01, 2014 227 notes

hartnellss:

Doctor Who Meme ; Nine Scenes [2/9]

The ending of “Inferno”

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Photo Post Tue, Jul. 01, 2014 4 notes


Day eleven: Name a who-ism you use irl!


I had a hard time thinking of anything I tended to say a lot, whether or not it had anything to do with Doctor Who; until my mother helpfully reminded me of my tendency to avoid saying “I just did something technical to your computer that would take too long to explain, the important part is that it’s working now” by saying “I reversed the polarity of the neutron flow” instead. 

And that I have been heard to exclaim, “Oh my giddy aunt!” especially if I’m in full lolita and have just tripped petticoats over bonnet. I have trouble swearing in lolita.
Also, any under-inflated furniture is actually nestene. That’s just a given.

Day eleven: Name a who-ism you use irl!

I had a hard time thinking of anything I tended to say a lot, whether or not it had anything to do with Doctor Who; until my mother helpfully reminded me of my tendency to avoid saying “I just did something technical to your computer that would take too long to explain, the important part is that it’s working now” by saying “I reversed the polarity of the neutron flow” instead.

And that I have been heard to exclaim, “Oh my giddy aunt!” especially if I’m in full lolita and have just tripped petticoats over bonnet. I have trouble swearing in lolita.

Also, any under-inflated furniture is actually nestene. That’s just a given.



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