The Doctor : Orange Suit
A mostly chronological collection of
almostevery identifiable sentient species, machine, and entity—alien, or otherwise—encountered by…
↳ The First Doctor (23 November, 1963—29 October, 1966)
During the Time War, the War Doctor was a General who led fleets of battle-TARDISes during conflicts with the Daleks. Danny’s observation is canonically true. (The Engines of War novel has details and I highly recommend it).
"The Caretaker" was genuinely one of the best Doctor Who episodes I’ve ever seen — insanely tight script, expertly balancing loads of characters, cool monster, fantastic character development and generally just wonderful throughout. I love Gareth Roberts episodes because they’re fun romps, and this one was a fun romp *with plot*, which is the best kind. I adored it.
Anyway, if you’re looking for something with a similar atmosphere in terms of character interaction, also check out "The Harvest".
Doctor Who Meme: five Brotps [1/5]
Jack, Nine and Rose
“But closing a rift always leaves a scar and that scar generates energy, harmless to the human race-”
“But perfect for the TARDIS. Just park it here for a couple of days right on top of the scar and-" "Open up the engines, soak up the radiation-”
“Like filling her up with petrol and off we go!" "Into time!" "And space!”
“My god, have you seen yourselves? You all think you’re so clever, don’t you?”
Reblogging because I can never get enough of the idea that this TARDIS team is so lacking in their need for personal space. :)
Fifth Doctor + Weapons & Violence
[One ridiculous musical interlude later.]
Broken moon of what?
I KNOW, I KNOW.
The Doctor smiles…
Too precious for Time and Space.
Torchwood + being professional [part II]
What kind of civil servants are you? Under-appreciated ones. [part I]
I adored Gareth Roberts’ "Only Human" and I’m craving more at the moment — can anyone recommend me some other good Nine & Jack & Rose stories? I have no idea which ones are out there are or, more importantly, which ones are fun.