51Years- 12 Madmen-And 1 Little Blue Box

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Is there a better photo trending anywhere right now than this?

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Did Peter Davison just capture in one 20 second scene how the public views Steven Moffat?….WITH THE HELP OF STEVEN MOFFAT?!!!

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I laughed at this more than I should have…

Ha, I laughed too

i’ve been waiting for this to come back


I think Idris Elba would be a great doctor…



Classic Doctor’s view on Matt Smith’s modern TARDIS.

It doesn’t WOBBLE 

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The credited cast of “The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot" and their connection to Doctor Who. 

In case you wanted to know all the cameos. Accurate only to the best of my knowledge, which is hopefully good enough.

Also this guy keeps popping up, but I don’t know his name, I just know he runs the difficult DW pub quiz in Cardiff, which he also did at the 50th Celebration. (I won one of them, by the way, have a certificate and all.)


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When people don’t understand your nerdy side







Okay so, the Doctor is from out of space but does he only breathe oxygen like everyone else? Does Gallifrey have an atmosphere like Earth’s? Because I’d never thought about it before now but he seems to be struggling just as much as everyone else and he does seem to have the same basic anatomy as a human, other than the two hearts. 

Anyone care to answer?

Gallifrey’s atmosphere is 77% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen and 2% other, which means that it’s similar to Earth’s atmosphere, but it’s a bit thinner.
The Doctor needs oxygen as well, but Time Lords have a raspiratory bypass system that allows them to go without breathing for a longer time span than humans.

Most fandoms have some pretty deep canon. The Doctor Who fandom can tell you the concentrations of gas in the atmosphere of the home planet of the main character. DW Fandom > Your fandom

This also means that Earth’s atmosphere gets the Doctor high, because it has double (or triple, I can’t do math, forgive me) the oxygen of Gallifrey. Obviously the TARDIS has an Earth-like oxygen level inside of it, which can explain why he’s so bloody hyper all the time.

so are you telling me that the Doctor protects Earth because it’s where he gets his fix is that it

Yup. We’ve gone insane. 

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Our Great William Russell Watch- part 2

Joe in the Man who never was (1956). He starred as Gloria Grahame’s boyfriend in this brilliant war film.

Lancelot in The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (1956/7) William played the title character in the popular series which broadcast on ITV and NBC. It is apparently one of the few British TV shows to be screened on a major US network and it was so successful it became the first British TV programme produced in colour. It also made William rather admired on both sides of the Atlantic. 

Count Rene D’Albert in the Sword of Freedom (1957) William made a guest appearance in an episode of the historical adventure series set in 16th century Florence. He played a slimy French count with a hilarious accent.

Bill Anderson in the Big Chance (1957) He played the lead role in this hour long film in which his character tries to embezzle money, and leave his boring life behind for a more exciting one.

The Vicar in the Adventures of Hal 5 (1958) In this children’s film, William played the wholesome vicar who unknowingly buys a car that has a mind of its own!

Hephaestion in Adventure Story (1961) He starred in this historical TV play by Terence Rattigan, alongside Sean Connery’s Alexander. 

Mike Stafford in the Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: The Share Out (1962) William had a lead role in this episode as an undercover detective.

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