Whovians, get ready to say farewell to Peter Capaldi in season 10 of Doctor Who, here's the trailer of what can you expect Peter's final season as The 12th Doctor.
Doctor Who: Mr. Sandman, bring me your screams The Cloister Bell begins to sound.
He springs to his feet and darts to the console, forcing his swimming head to focus. A quick scan reveals that the TARDIS is about to collide with a huge moon entirely covered in lava. Right. No matter what planes of madness his soul is merrily skipping through at the moment, he probably still is somewhere in the known universe, isn’t he?
His hand is at the lever that will take him far away from any danger but he suddenly changes his mind. Let the bloody bell toll for as long as it likes. He makes a few swift calculations, pushes a few buttons, fiddles with several switches, and there: a nice, stable orbit.
(Of course, she’s not satisfied, still too close to a fiery death, and makes her irritation known by continuing the ominous ringing noise. As if he needed one more reason to cause him a splitting headache.)
He walks to the doors and opens them wide. Though the landscape far beneath looks very close to traditional dep
HeedlessWhat was the Doctor thinking during "Husbands of River Song?"
She didn't recognize him. That hurt. He hadn't realized.
It had never occurred to him that there would ever be a time River wouldn't recognize him.
It was strange the things one took for granted. Like that twinkling look of flirtation in her eye. It hurt that it wasn't there.
Or that air of ownership. That, used to drive him silly. The way she'd lead him around, like a bull by the nose, all cocky and smug. He'd wanted to get away from it, to show her he was his own man.
Well, he was his own man now. And all he wanted was to be hers again.
Is this what she was like when he wasn't around? Dangerous, mad, heedless? As if her life was not worth protecting. Too rash, too harsh, throwing herself at life, almost throwing herself away at life.
Thievery, murder, consorting with murderers. Bragging about it. He knew River lived in a world harsher than his. It had never occurred to him that she'd continue to reach for it
Hand in MindThe Doctor is not his younger self, but he's still her husband and he'll try for her.
(This is on Darillum but on the Tardis near the beginning of 24 years.)
The Doctor was alone in the Tardis, casually scribbling notes on his chalkboard as he found it helps when he's thinking, unfortunately making his eyebrows fierce more than ever, that if you didn't know him personally you would think he was annoyed but really it just his face.
He had just finished an adventure with a crashed spaceship, a giant tin toy and finally being given another chance to see River, his beloved wife. His wife who hasn't seen in centuries since his last incarnation. A woman who knew everything about him and understood. He's happy that she does but also can't help being upset as well. Its why he's by himself right now.
He recalls back of the night after the wonderful carefully planned dinner and being together, she said later that evening they should get some rest and call it a night. As expected of him
The Woman Who Loves the DoctorWE ARE BAAACK!!! Did you miss me?
In The Husbands of River Song, our favourite time-travelling archeologist, while playing it cool and dismissive for the majority of the episode (look-at-me-flirting-with-everyone-stupid-men-gonna-nick-your-TARDIS-you-are-useful-not-special), made a passionate declaration: Basically, yes, she truly loves the Doctor, but he doesn’t love her back. “He is not in love enough”. In fact, he most probably is incapable of falling in love, beyond such simple emotions, he doesn’t care, he won’t come to save her. And she’s okay with that.
And she did all that right in front of the Doctor and it was glorious and moving as hell. God damn, that chemistry. Capaldi manages to negate all of the above and make a declaration of love just by his very presence, a look and a smile, and two words. Daum.
But. I’m me. Let’s analyse this to a subatomic level.
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