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This was painted in 1959. It looks like Amy and Rory.

Amy and Rory were around in 1959…maybe it was them!

Google reveals it to be Raphael Soyer’s “Consolation,” and Soyer lived in New York. New headcanon!

Oh god someone’s gotta write that!
Which of them is doing the consoling, I wonder…

sarah531:

skalja:

sarah531:

ridleyrambles:

This was painted in 1959. It looks like Amy and Rory.

Amy and Rory were around in 1959…maybe it was them!

Google reveals it to be Raphael Soyer’s “Consolation,” and Soyer lived in New York. New headcanon!

Oh god someone’s gotta write that!

Which of them is doing the consoling, I wonder…

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spacemanandspoilers:

the-eleventh-blog:

HOW DO YOU TWEET THIS SO NONCHALANTLY YOU MONSTROUS FIEND.

But it doesn’t say WHEN during the next series!!! So there might still be loads of time …


CANNOT.

struggletobeheard:

spacemanandspoilers:

the-eleventh-blog:

HOW DO YOU TWEET THIS SO NONCHALANTLY YOU MONSTROUS FIEND.

But it doesn’t say WHEN during the next series!!! So there might still be loads of time …

CANNOT.

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savvyliterate:

(A few minutes after semi-naked Doctor fled the TARDIS …)
The door jerked open, and a fully dressed Doctor stalked in as Amy slipped by him with a package.
“Ha!” He jabbed at finger at River. “Holographic clothing! Can’t see a thing! Now, where’s Amy going?”
“Your clothes went for £1,000,000 insured to a fellow named Steven Moffat,” River said, lazily trailing her fingers around a button on the console.
“Really? I heard he was a nice bloke. At any rate, you and Amy have had enough with your … shenanigans! I’m dressed, I look very cool, and now we are going off to some place that involves lots of hats and a the strictest gun restriction in the universe!” The Doctor shot a salute up to Rory. “Rorianicus!”
“Doctor,” Rory said, and coughed.
“What?”
“Umm … Have you ever heard of the Emperor’s New Clothes?”
“Disney or fairy tale?”
“That’s the Emperor’s New Groove, sweetie.”
“Fairy tale,” Rory continued, his eyes firmly looking above the Doctor’s neck. “You know, where he has no clothes.”
“I’m wearing clothes!” The Doctor gestured to himself. “Holographic clothes, see …” He glanced down and his jaw dropped. Then he spun back to the console. “River!”
“Yes, my love?”
“Did you touch that red button?” 
River leaned against the console, hands behind her back. “What button?”
He stalked over to her. “The red button that specifically disables the holographic system!”
River just grinned.
“River … Am. I. naked?”
Her eyes did one long sweep down his thin form, tongue darting out to lick her lips with anticipation. “Rory, you might want to go spend a few hours in the gaming room.”
“I think I’ll need a few hours with a psychiatrist, but who’d ever believe me? Carry on!” Rory disappeared back into the depths of the TARDIS as the Doctor sputtered.
“How naked am I?”
“Oh, naked enough.” River grabbed his arms, spun him and pressed him into the console. “Here, my love, I’ll prove it to you.”
The proceeds from the Doctor’s clothes wound up going to charity.
Steven Moffat celebrated his 50th birthday party with Amy. They wore fezzes as they decided to conquer the London Eye for fun. Sherlock was greatly disappointed not to be invited.
Rory got a new high score in Uncharted 3 and decided he had enough time left to unlock the rest of Arkham City.
The Doctor and River … well … let’s just say the Doctor stopped complaining about being naked. Very quickly. And the holographic clothing system never worked quite right again.

I APPROVE OF THIS. CAN WE JUST ALL AGREE THAT THIS IS NOW CANON?

savvyliterate:

(A few minutes after semi-naked Doctor fled the TARDIS …)

The door jerked open, and a fully dressed Doctor stalked in as Amy slipped by him with a package.

“Ha!” He jabbed at finger at River. “Holographic clothing! Can’t see a thing! Now, where’s Amy going?”

“Your clothes went for £1,000,000 insured to a fellow named Steven Moffat,” River said, lazily trailing her fingers around a button on the console.

“Really? I heard he was a nice bloke. At any rate, you and Amy have had enough with your … shenanigans! I’m dressed, I look very cool, and now we are going off to some place that involves lots of hats and a the strictest gun restriction in the universe!” The Doctor shot a salute up to Rory. “Rorianicus!”

“Doctor,” Rory said, and coughed.

“What?”

“Umm … Have you ever heard of the Emperor’s New Clothes?”

“Disney or fairy tale?”

“That’s the Emperor’s New Groove, sweetie.”

“Fairy tale,” Rory continued, his eyes firmly looking above the Doctor’s neck. “You know, where he has no clothes.”

“I’m wearing clothes!” The Doctor gestured to himself. “Holographic clothes, see …” He glanced down and his jaw dropped. Then he spun back to the console. “River!”

“Yes, my love?”

“Did you touch that red button?” 

River leaned against the console, hands behind her back. “What button?”

He stalked over to her. “The red button that specifically disables the holographic system!”

River just grinned.

“River … Am. I. naked?

Her eyes did one long sweep down his thin form, tongue darting out to lick her lips with anticipation. “Rory, you might want to go spend a few hours in the gaming room.”

“I think I’ll need a few hours with a psychiatrist, but who’d ever believe me? Carry on!” Rory disappeared back into the depths of the TARDIS as the Doctor sputtered.

“How naked am I?”

“Oh, naked enough.” River grabbed his arms, spun him and pressed him into the console. “Here, my love, I’ll prove it to you.”

The proceeds from the Doctor’s clothes wound up going to charity.

Steven Moffat celebrated his 50th birthday party with Amy. They wore fezzes as they decided to conquer the London Eye for fun. Sherlock was greatly disappointed not to be invited.

Rory got a new high score in Uncharted 3 and decided he had enough time left to unlock the rest of Arkham City.

The Doctor and River … well … let’s just say the Doctor stopped complaining about being naked. Very quickly. And the holographic clothing system never worked quite right again.

I APPROVE OF THIS. CAN WE JUST ALL AGREE THAT THIS IS NOW CANON?

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2 years ago · 134 notes · Source

I wear a rain bonnet now. Rain bonnets are cool.

I wear a rain bonnet now. Rain bonnets are cool.

2 years ago · 31 notes · Source

an-ood-song:

Doctor Who-Deleted scene-The Eleventh Hour-The Doctor explains the TARDIS to Amy (by kiebo03)

Aw, this is beyond cute!! *_*

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“It didn’t make the noise” - The Doctor

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2 years ago · 3 notes

songofthewind:

I giggled so hard at the Rorys.

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2 years ago · 5,843 notes

So I think I’m all cried out when it comes to saying goodbye to River/Amy/Rory.

Watching the story from River’s perspective sure didn’t help though.

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genericblogsofateenageboy:

So…last night I wated Let’s Kill Hitler (cause you know, who wasn’t?) with some friends. We watched the episode and all of us LOVED it. Afterwards though, we really got to thinking about River Song. We kinda just sat and speculated for a little bit but really got down to thinking about how she got around to knowing the Doctor.
What ended up happening, we somehow figured River into just a giant loop through time. So, to clarify it for ourselves, we wrote down a little chart on a scrap notebook page. It got more and more complicated and we realized it would have to be color coded and whatnot to be understndable, and ended up with the above result.
It’s a little bit confusing so I’ll walk through it. OK, so first of all, we start out in A Good Man Goes to War with Melody Pond being born. From there, she gets kidnapped and brainwashed to kill the Doctor and all that jazz. After we get through that, it goes into Amy and Rory’s childhood with Melody now being the Mels character from Let’s Kill Hitler. After Mels, we arrive at Let’s Kill Hitler while they are in his Hitler’s office and she regenerates into the current incarnation of herself that is River Song. She kills the Doctor and loses her regeneration powers and blah blah blah. At the end of the episode she went to the Luna University and became the archeologist Proffesor River Song we all know through he 11th Doctor.
This is where it gets tricky.
After that chain of events happens, the Doctor and River start moving in oppisite directions on their timelines, as we know. They keep spreading apart until we get to the episode Silence in the Library, River’s ‘first’ appearance. We now know thta this is the point where the Doctor and River on complete oppisite ends of their timelines. River knows or at least has some idea that she is going to die at this point, as she states in The Impossible Astronaut: “Every time we meet he knows less and less about me and I know more and more about him. One day he’s not going to know me at all…and I think it’s going to kill me”. But anyway, River puts herself into the Libarary to rescue all the people in it and in turn kills herself. She get’s saved into the harddrive of the Library through the Doctor’s screwdriver and stays there for who knows how long.
Jumping out of River’s timeline now, we go into the Doctor’s. So Ten dies and regenerates into Eleven. He goes on all his adventures with Amy and Rory and whatnot and eventually we come to Series 6. In the first 2 episodes The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon, we meet Canton Delaware, the C.I.A agent. He helps them through the battle with the Silence and all and stuff we know. After that though, we don’t know what happens to cause him to be back in Utah when the Doctoris killed. Where westarted speculating on this was that at some point in time (possibly later in Series 6 or 7) he reappears and gains the trust of the Doctor. The Doctor, knowing he is going to die in Utah, leaves instructions for Canton to hide the TARDIS or something like that. Canton, following the Doctors instructions, goes and releases River from the Library harddrive. She reverts back to her pimal brainwashed instincts to kill the Doctor and ends up in Utah with River, Amy, Rory and Canton, where the Doctor dies.
We didn’t really know where to go from there. But since that was what Melody was brainwashed for, she no longer has a purpose.  Also, not being able to regenerate, she just lives a normal life. So she could possibly go to the orphanage as in The Impossible Astronaut or something. But that’s where she stopped. We also figured, that River was in prison since the justice people from Let’s Kill Hitler don’t really travel in a linear path and just arrrested the Professor song version of River, not the Library projection for killing the Dctor.
That’s where we got though. Feel free to blow some holes through it, as I’m sure there are. But that’s out speculation and it sounds pretty sound.

genericblogsofateenageboy:

So…last night I wated Let’s Kill Hitler (cause you know, who wasn’t?) with some friends. We watched the episode and all of us LOVED it. Afterwards though, we really got to thinking about River Song. We kinda just sat and speculated for a little bit but really got down to thinking about how she got around to knowing the Doctor.

What ended up happening, we somehow figured River into just a giant loop through time. So, to clarify it for ourselves, we wrote down a little chart on a scrap notebook page. It got more and more complicated and we realized it would have to be color coded and whatnot to be understndable, and ended up with the above result.

It’s a little bit confusing so I’ll walk through it. OK, so first of all, we start out in A Good Man Goes to War with Melody Pond being born. From there, she gets kidnapped and brainwashed to kill the Doctor and all that jazz. After we get through that, it goes into Amy and Rory’s childhood with Melody now being the Mels character from Let’s Kill Hitler. After Mels, we arrive at Let’s Kill Hitler while they are in his Hitler’s office and she regenerates into the current incarnation of herself that is River Song. She kills the Doctor and loses her regeneration powers and blah blah blah. At the end of the episode she went to the Luna University and became the archeologist Proffesor River Song we all know through he 11th Doctor.

This is where it gets tricky.

After that chain of events happens, the Doctor and River start moving in oppisite directions on their timelines, as we know. They keep spreading apart until we get to the episode Silence in the Library, River’s ‘first’ appearance. We now know thta this is the point where the Doctor and River on complete oppisite ends of their timelines. River knows or at least has some idea that she is going to die at this point, as she states in The Impossible Astronaut: “Every time we meet he knows less and less about me and I know more and more about him. One day he’s not going to know me at all…and I think it’s going to kill me”. But anyway, River puts herself into the Libarary to rescue all the people in it and in turn kills herself. She get’s saved into the harddrive of the Library through the Doctor’s screwdriver and stays there for who knows how long.

Jumping out of River’s timeline now, we go into the Doctor’s. So Ten dies and regenerates into Eleven. He goes on all his adventures with Amy and Rory and whatnot and eventually we come to Series 6. In the first 2 episodes The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon, we meet Canton Delaware, the C.I.A agent. He helps them through the battle with the Silence and all and stuff we know. After that though, we don’t know what happens to cause him to be back in Utah when the Doctoris killed. Where westarted speculating on this was that at some point in time (possibly later in Series 6 or 7) he reappears and gains the trust of the Doctor. The Doctor, knowing he is going to die in Utah, leaves instructions for Canton to hide the TARDIS or something like that. Canton, following the Doctors instructions, goes and releases River from the Library harddrive. She reverts back to her pimal brainwashed instincts to kill the Doctor and ends up in Utah with River, Amy, Rory and Canton, where the Doctor dies.

We didn’t really know where to go from there. But since that was what Melody was brainwashed for, she no longer has a purpose.  Also, not being able to regenerate, she just lives a normal life. So she could possibly go to the orphanage as in The Impossible Astronaut or something. But that’s where she stopped. We also figured, that River was in prison since the justice people from Let’s Kill Hitler don’t really travel in a linear path and just arrrested the Professor song version of River, not the Library projection for killing the Dctor.

That’s where we got though. Feel free to blow some holes through it, as I’m sure there are. But that’s out speculation and it sounds pretty sound.

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Doctor Who S06E08 - Let’s Kill Hitler!

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