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The Cybermen on trampolines | requested by anon
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a friend of mine who i am incredibly envious of gave me permission to share these screenshots they took of a facebook conversation about the zygon invasion/inversion featuring rob shearman and steven moffat and it nothing frankly encapsulates why i love steven moffat and doctor who more 

(non-DW production staff have had names and pictures censored for privacy reasons)

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The future is female
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The Doctor (1963 - 2017)
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they are all Doctor to me
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an EIGHTEEN YEARS old foreshadowing
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Here’s the first of what will likely be many portraits of the 13th Doctor. Couldn’t be more excited for this. I’ve long argued that the part should be cast to someone who the showrunner wants to work with and write for, regardless of race or gender. Chibnall has a lead that he knows well and loves to work with - this puts the 13th Doctor on excellent footing for season 11. Also, Whittaker is an excellent actor. This is the first time that a new Doctor is someone I’m already a big fan of. So yeah, great choice. As much as I’ll miss Capaldi, I don’t think I can be any more excited about 13.

For those that are upset that the Doctor is female: you can take comfort in the fact that a master chauvinist is President, so you know…your sexist world view is still sadly relevant. But really, get over it. The Doctor is the Doctor, regardless of who takes the role. Also, Michelle Gomez proved that a male-dominant role can be owned by a female actor.
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You’ve never passed by in your life.
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“From what I’ve seen, your funny little happy-go-lucky little life leaves devastation in its wake. Always moving on because you dare not look back. Playing with so many people’s lives, you might as well be a god. And you’re right, Doctor. You’re absolutely right. Sometimes… you let one go.”
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Is this world protected? Because you’re not the first lot to come here. Oh, there have been so many. And what you’ve got to ask is, what happened to them?
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the doctor: I know what’ll impress you, Rose Tyler! Your home planet being CONSUMED BY ITS SUN

rose tyler: what
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Well, some way…gee, let me think…

Of course it did. It was a risky move, and one in which he put Bill in a situation she expressed discomfort at being put in and which all her fears came to pass and more.

Yes, Bill pulls through. Yes, Missy’s intent was pure. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t consequences. Of course there were. Everything’s different now. As the story told us from the first scene, this event is the death of this Doctor. What’s more, it puts Bill through a ton of trauma, ditches Nardole, and sends Missy to a very dark fate.

But, the thing is, why should it have to bite him? Why should characters have to be punished for hoping and for believing in other people? Sure, that can happen in real life, but that’s not the ethos of Doctor Who, generally, and certainly not the ethos of this era. Like Moffat said, he believes in happy endings, Doctor Who doesn’t need to join the many miserable stories in the world. And as Sarah Dollard said about Face the Raven, “I really hope no one comes away from ep10 thinking that Clara’s death was punishment for hubris. Clara’s confidence wasn’t excessive, it was brilliant. She was brilliant. The tragedy of Clara’s death isn’t that she overreached. After all, she saved Risgy, didn’t she? No, the tragedy of her death is that even the bravest and cleverest of humans are breakable, and the Doctor is not.” And, in the end, Clara is triumphant. She takes control of her story again. That’s Doctor Who. Not realistic, but aspirational.

That’s how it works. There are real, tangible, harrowing consequences to the events in World Enough and Time and The Doctor Falls. But that doesn’t you need a great big poetic punishment, no more than Clara did. For trying to save lives and for believing in people, why on earth would people need to be punished? No, it’s far more powerful if, through tears and love and perserverance through the darkest hour, striving to be good and kind, there’s the hope of a little triumph.
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there’s a rule about taking Doctor Who seriously and it’s that to take it seriously you need to not take it too seriously 

this show doesn’t take itself seriously, no matter how dark it might get at times

this isn’t some fucking gritty Edgelord show, this is a show watched by millions of children about hope and belief and trying to help people even when it seems hopeless and even when it doesn’t work, we should never hope that anyone in it stays dead, especially not anyone that represents so much for so many

above all we should never as older fans want anything for it that would take away from the enjoyment of the younger fans

you can’t treat it the same way you would a lot of other shows. its demographic is anyone who is willing to believe in it, anyone of any age. 

this is a show about an idiot in a magical box who fixes things with a screwdriver and a belief in the goodness of people

an idiot who gets into ridiculous situations that are often also dire, who saves the day always but only uses violence as a last resort, who tries to win with words and cleverness first 

over the last few years it’s been one of the only shows on television still trying to tell a hopeful story in a world obsessed with Edgy Cynical Realism, while never shying away from how harsh the universe can be

it is a show about possibility where almost any thing or person or story that can be imagined could be plausible (hello, people being killed by plastic inflatable chairs, a small box being infinitely huge on the inside, a lesbian being saved by her magical star girlfriend)

it is a show created by lifelong fans, it is a constant love letter to itself with stupid little in jokes and nostalgic trips, and above all it is a message and lesson of hope and kindness

take it or leave it but that is what it will or at least should always be
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#smacktalk
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