(I know it’s actually the rest of S7, not a new series, woops..)
What if The Doctor was real and you’d met him… but you didn’t even know?
The Power of Three annoyed me. They had the meaning of Amy and the Doctor and the meaning of Amy and Rory but, they were no where near the meaning of cubed.
I wish we could have seen more of Rory and the Doctor. I feel their friendship went unexplored.
I always have trouble watching “The Fires of Pompeii”, because I know so much about Roman culture that I spend the entire episode mentally cataloging what’s wrong about the portrayal of Pompeii instead of noticing the pure BAMF awesomeness of Donna Noble. Same goes for “The Pandorica Opens”.
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It’s never enough. I can never imagine myself as just being a companion… When I place myself in Doctor Who, I always have to live forever.
I think that Doctor Who or Torchwood needs to have an episode where Jack Harkness sees Donna and waves, but she brushes him off.
I don’t have any of my technology connected to Bluetooth because of the Cybermen.
#3 on my fears thanks to Doctor Who
River’s wrist in “The Angels Take Manhattan”. I knew there was no way in the universe that she could get out without breaking it, and I still can’t imagine how she twisted to get out and how she knowingly broke it on her own. And the Doctor didn’t realize it and grabbed her hand. I almost cried when she yelped
I was more upset about Brian Williams finding out what happened to Amy and Rory than I was about them actually dying.
It’s weird but I’ve always loved Karen Gillan the person more than Amy Pond the character. I think Karen as herself would have been such a fantastic companion. From the interviews and Confidential she seems so quirky and so much more fun than Amy Pond.
I was thrilled to see that River and the Doctor were married in such a detached, unemotional way. It gives me hope that it won’t be such a big part of Season 7’s plot because I am so tired of the star-crossed lovers who never meet at the right time cop-out.
I feel genuinely cheated because Donna’s story line ended so poorly.