gallifreyangeeksquad:

humanoidhistory:

Tom Baker and Elisabeth Sladen with Krynoid.

I always forget how much I love that monster. Bring the Krynoid back, pretty please… But not you, Moffat! The next person in charge.

gallifreyangeeksquad:

humanoidhistory:

Tom Baker and Elisabeth Sladen with Krynoid.

I always forget how much I love that monster. Bring the Krynoid back, pretty please… But not you, Moffat! The next person in charge.

In which Leela doesn’t have time for your patronising bullshit.
U TELL HIM GURL

weepingdahleks:

the amount of sass in classic who is too much

weepingdahleks:

the amount of sass in classic who is too much

For those New Whovians who don’t have time for Classic Who: A short summary of each Doctor

incendiarywit:

cmyktardis:

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Congratulations, you are now caught up.

#Seven though #SEVEN #that gif will never not make me choke (marigoldsky)

incomprehensiblelentils:

Hey Whovians! So I know a significant amount of us are pretty upset about the lack of inclusion of Classic Doctors (and Nine) in the 50th, and what upsets me the most is how the actors are feeling about it. (If you’re not aware, here are some sources that will explain things.) In light of this, a friend and I feel that we as a fandom should show love and appreciation to the actors who played the Classic Doctors.

Our plan is to send positive messages, support, and thanks to them via the hashtag #ClassicWhoLove, up until and especially on the 22nd. Our hope is that this will help them to understand that we still care about them as fandom.

Most of them are on Twitter or have another way of contacting them, excepting Peter Davison (if you know of a public venue to send him messages, I’d love to know so I can update the post!). Some are less active than others, but there’s still a possibility they’ll see some of the messages so don’t get discouraged!

Colin Baker: SawbonesHex

Sylvester McCoy: TheWitchPrime

Paul McGann: PaulJMcGann

Christopher Eccleston: HiddenShallows

Tom Baker: official website guestbook (These messages are “filtered for originality,” so just be authentic. It’s the thought that counts!)

(My friend has also made a similar post, just in the hopes of spreading the word.)

ladyyatexel:

kingdomofrains:

Deborah, along with Frazer Hines, will be helping the BBC to launch the newly found Dr.Who episodes this Thurs (10/10/13), betwwen 3.30pm and 7.00pm approx.

GUYS THIS IS IT FOR ME THIS IS THE CONFIRMATION

I MEASD,GFNDRKGHSDFG

OH MY GOD

http://www.deborahwatling.net/News/index.htm

SCREEming

AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH

shh-im-wondering:

#UNIT Dating Controversy

therothwoman:

tardismonkey:

Doctor Who ‘Marco Polo’

Anyone who says that the entire Classic era had shitty production values needs to have a color photoset from Marco Polo thrown at their face.

okay I am completely aware that there’s plenty of classic who with shitty production values but this is like the exact opposite of that

therothwoman:

wholockian-marauder:

Doctor Who: The Companions

Dr Elizabeth Shaw (1970)

“You really believe in a man who has helped to save the world twice, with the power to change his physical appearance? An alien who travels though time and space—in a police box?!?”

If you don’t like Liz Shaw, you are wrong.

thetumblrofrassilon:

daniel-stuart:

This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

It’s pretty great.

thetumblrofrassilon:

daniel-stuart:

This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

It’s pretty great.

therothwoman:

thecorruptedquietone:

prongsmydeer:

Plot twist: The next companion is a normal girl/boy who only dies once in their lifetime and has no remarkable back story but he thinks they’re wonderful because they are human and the Doctor needs reminding that you don’t need to be a mystery to be remarkable. 

#and the doctor never has to kiss them or sexualize them at all #in fact they are not even attracted to the doctor

Classic Who.

The thing you’re looking for is Classic Who.

crowningmomentoffacepunch:

Puncher: Detective Inspector DugganPunchee: Scaroth, last of the Jaggeroth
Memorable Lines: “Duggan!  That may have been the most important punch in history!”
Why it’s Awesome: Poor old Duggan has been wanting to punch someone in the face all episode.  And those two meddling Time Lords just won’t seem to let him get on with it.  They keep going on about changing history and paradoxes and alien plots and why he shouldn’t break quite so many things.  But Duggan is a man of action.  And when pleas and temporal mechanics fail, he finally gets to do what he does best.  Because nothing stops a mad alien from going back in time and wiping out humanity like a good old fashioned punch in the face.  
Where to find it?:  Doctor Who, “City of Death” by Douglas Adams

crowningmomentoffacepunch:

Puncher: Detective Inspector Duggan
Punchee: Scaroth, last of the Jaggeroth

Memorable Lines: “Duggan!  That may have been the most important punch in history!”

Why it’s Awesome: Poor old Duggan has been wanting to punch someone in the face all episode.  And those two meddling Time Lords just won’t seem to let him get on with it.  They keep going on about changing history and paradoxes and alien plots and why he shouldn’t break quite so many things.  But Duggan is a man of action.  And when pleas and temporal mechanics fail, he finally gets to do what he does best.  Because nothing stops a mad alien from going back in time and wiping out humanity like a good old fashioned punch in the face.  

Where to find it?:  Doctor Who, “City of Death” by Douglas Adams