Christopher Eccleston will not be ignored!!!! All shall know the amazingness of the 9th Doctor!
I'm just a guy who likes a lot of stuff and just as recently as last year joined the ranks of the Whovians. Here I mostly post NuWho stuff, but I do have a separate blog for Classic Who.
Not a huge Moffat fan. Sorry.
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DW 30 Day Challenge
Day 10: Saddest Episode
The Parting of the Ways
I won’t say that this is necessarily the saddest episode of ALL TIME, as this one is very subjective and people have their different episodes that were really sad for them.  For me, it was this one, as the Ninth was very near and dear to my heart, and I was heartbroken to see him go.  Alas, my dear Nine, we must move on.

DW 30 Day Challenge
Day 10: Saddest Episode
The Parting of the Ways
I won’t say that this is necessarily the saddest episode of ALL TIME, as this one is very subjective and people have their different episodes that were really sad for them. For me, it was this one, as the Ninth was very near and dear to my heart, and I was heartbroken to see him go. Alas, my dear Nine, we must move on.

So I kinda randomly decided to watch Secret Diary of a Call Girl, and I kinda like it.  Its a little funny, though I’ve only seen the first episode so I can’t judge the entire series based on that.  It was interesting to see how the first episode began in a similar fashion to “Rose”, but instead of getting up to work at a store, Hannah was going to work as a call girl. Hmmm…

So I kinda randomly decided to watch Secret Diary of a Call Girl, and I kinda like it. Its a little funny, though I’ve only seen the first episode so I can’t judge the entire series based on that. It was interesting to see how the first episode began in a similar fashion to “Rose”, but instead of getting up to work at a store, Hannah was going to work as a call girl. Hmmm…

The Case of River Song and Her Insta-Love

acciothenoseofvoldemort:

AKA How Her Life Revolves Around The Doctor

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River Song has great potential. She could have been an amazing character and if it wasn’t for Alex Kingston’s acting, I would’ve hated River. Her life completely revolves around the Doctor and she never gets to choose her destiny - it was already chosen for her. 

One of the worst things that has happened to her is the common YA trope of insta-love and let me tell ya, it does not make me happy.

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doctorwho:

oodwhovian:

The Ninth Doctor was my first Doctor and it was painful to watch him regenerate. I had heard all about how great David Tennant was as the Tenth Doctor but at the time I didn’t care. I just wanted more time with Christopher Eccleston. Eventually I came to love the Tenth Doctor almost as much as the Ninth but I’ll still never be over losing my Doctor. Yes, they are all the Doctor but everyone has their favorite. The only advice I can give to new Whovians is to love your Doctor as long as possible because in the end, he’ll break your heart.

Tell us your first regeneration stories and/or advice!

So true

doctorwho:

oodwhovian:

The Ninth Doctor was my first Doctor and it was painful to watch him regenerate. I had heard all about how great David Tennant was as the Tenth Doctor but at the time I didn’t care. I just wanted more time with Christopher Eccleston. Eventually I came to love the Tenth Doctor almost as much as the Ninth but I’ll still never be over losing my Doctor. Yes, they are all the Doctor but everyone has their favorite. The only advice I can give to new Whovians is to love your Doctor as long as possible because in the end, he’ll break your heart.

Tell us your first regeneration stories and/or advice!

So true

#regenerationtuesday
My first second-doctor was David Tennant,  the Tenth Doctor.  If you’ve been following my blog for any amount of time, you know who my favorite NuWho doctor is.  The Ninth was my first doctor,  and I still am very attached to him, so when it came time for him to regenerate, it was the most emotional doctor who experience for me ever.  I remember when Ten showed up, and I wanted Nine back desperately.   I even hated the fact that Ten was with Rose, cause I always had (and still do) shipped Rose x Nine.  Even now,  though I’ve come to accept their pairing, I still think Rose belongs with Nine.  
My advice to any Whovians who are about to experience their first regeneration is:
1.  Let the feels flow. It’s ok.  
2.  Keep an open mind with the new Doctor.  He’s not my favorite,  but I really grew to love David Tennant,  despite my cries of “BRING BACK NINE” during “The Parting of the Ways.”  Who knows, you may love the new Doctor just as much or even more than the previous one.  
3.  Accept the regeneration.  Take Nine’s attitude, and the attitude of many classic doctors, when it comes to regeneration.  Change is a part of what it means to be human, as well as Time Lord.  You may or may not like the next doctor, but keep in mind that the change of regeneration is what makes the show beautiful.   Everyone has a different doctor and companion that they identify with.  So, if you miss your old doctor, pop in the DVD or turn on Netflix and watch some of his old episodes for old time’s sake.  But always remember, change is good.  In fact, when it comes to Doctor Who,  change is FANTASTIC!

#regenerationtuesday
My first second-doctor was David Tennant, the Tenth Doctor. If you’ve been following my blog for any amount of time, you know who my favorite NuWho doctor is. The Ninth was my first doctor, and I still am very attached to him, so when it came time for him to regenerate, it was the most emotional doctor who experience for me ever. I remember when Ten showed up, and I wanted Nine back desperately. I even hated the fact that Ten was with Rose, cause I always had (and still do) shipped Rose x Nine. Even now, though I’ve come to accept their pairing, I still think Rose belongs with Nine.
My advice to any Whovians who are about to experience their first regeneration is:
1. Let the feels flow. It’s ok.
2. Keep an open mind with the new Doctor. He’s not my favorite, but I really grew to love David Tennant, despite my cries of “BRING BACK NINE” during “The Parting of the Ways.” Who knows, you may love the new Doctor just as much or even more than the previous one.
3. Accept the regeneration. Take Nine’s attitude, and the attitude of many classic doctors, when it comes to regeneration. Change is a part of what it means to be human, as well as Time Lord. You may or may not like the next doctor, but keep in mind that the change of regeneration is what makes the show beautiful. Everyone has a different doctor and companion that they identify with. So, if you miss your old doctor, pop in the DVD or turn on Netflix and watch some of his old episodes for old time’s sake. But always remember, change is good. In fact, when it comes to Doctor Who, change is FANTASTIC!