Amanda. 36. Mother, musician, writer and rock lickin' American geekgirl with little to no filter. Definitive proof that no one ever grows up; not really. Aspiring to be a witty blogger, one day...

My favorite thangs happen to be British: Doctor Who and BBC's Sherlock...the flailing fangirl does rear her ugly head. A lot.

Other loves: LOTR, MST3K, Rifftrax, Monty Python, Battlestar Galactica and whatever the hell else I so desire, in small bits and pieces. :)

OTP's ( reason to keep it at one): Ten/Rose and Sherlolly.
BrOTP's: Ten/Donna and Sherlock/John. I sail my ships fiercely and I make it a point to never shit on anyone else's. Don't shit on mine, ok?

In lust with David Tennant and Benedict Cumberbatch, Simon Pegg is my spirit animal, and I'm in love with everyone else...come talk to me. I adore folks. <3





Eddie Izzard appreciation post

a role-model for us all

i hate that he is both prettier and handsomer than I am./

I love this man with the ferocity of a million blazing suns



How was that sentence going to end? 

 via thebadddestwolf

When I first got to The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End I was convinced Rose was probably going to die (I blame this on watching Torchwood before DW), so when this happened I was so happy and kind of amused by how hard RTD must ship Rose and the Doctor for him to concoct a humanish version of the Doctor for her to take home with her. And it’s really the only way they could really be together in any canonical sense. Plus I love how open of an ending it is in terms of writing for them - sky’s the limit.

A bit of headcannon — I also prefer the episode as it is without the inclusion of the TARDIS coral because I think there’s a certain element of angst and drama that is inherent in that. Plus, in life there’s really no such thing as having it all and I feel like this ending works better, feels richer with the notion that they are stuck, but they’re stuck together and maybe that’s not so bad.  

(Source: j-mind-full-of-wholock)



Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson