Januar312014

fencingwithfire:

Doctor Who season one fan trailer.

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Companion First + Last Words (x):

Polly Wright (The War Machines Ep. 1 → The Faceless Ones Ep. 6)

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smith-and-tyler:

Steven and the First Doctor

smith-and-tyler:

Steven and the First Doctor

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Doctor: Well I think you were very brave, and I was proud of you.

(Quelle: unwillingadventurer)

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vintagetvfan:

"Do you think something could have got into the ship? … The doors were open."
… “It’s not very logical, is it?”
… “No it isn’t.  But does it have to be?  I mean things aren’t always very logical, are they?”

(Barbara and the Doctor in “The Edge of Destruction”.)

Episode Summary: A blinding flash of light strikes though the TARDIS, stranding the ship literally in the middle of nowhere, and leaving our travelers confused, paranoid, and ready to turn upon one another.

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screenwack:

Tiny baby TARDIS prop

screenwack:

Tiny baby TARDIS prop

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vintagetvfan:

Barbara: I think perhaps we’ve been given nothing but clues.
Ian: Have we?—Like the food machine, you mean!
Barbara: Yes!
Ian:  It registered empty, but it wasn’t!
Barbara:  But the clock is the most important.  It made us aware of time.
Susan:  By taking time away from us.
Barbara:   Yes.  And it replaced time by the light on the fault indicator!
Ian:  Yes it did!
Doctor:  It, it, what do you mean?  My machine can’t think.
Barbara:  You say it has a built in defence mechanism.
Doctor:  Yes it has.
Barbara:  Well that’s where we’ve been wrong.  Originally the machine wasn’t at fault, we were.  And it’s been trying to tell us so ever since!
Ian:  A machine that can think for itself?
Barbara:  Yes!

Barbara works out what is going on.  And what’s more, this is the first time that the idea that the TARDIS might be sentient is expressed.

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hamfistedbunvendor:

Billy and his script writer.

hamfistedbunvendor:

Billy and his script writer.

(Quelle: thechrisoffenric.deviantart.com)

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talkingbreakfast:

Time to regenerate into my new life… (although I don’t think this one was wearing a bit thin.)

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