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manifesteddreams:

the-fallen-angel-has-the-tardis:

tardisandfeathered:

dream-yourself-free:

I reblog this every time it comes up on my dashboard, not because it is a “rule” but because every time I see it the love and sincerity on her face hit me all over again and I think everyone deserves to see that.

And THIS is why I adore Catherine Tate. She’s loud and brash but in quieter moments… her soul comes shining through and it makes everything about her so much more beautiful. 

oh shit I’ve never seen this before and I’m crying.

I will never not reblog Catherine Tate.

This is too important.

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hesolvescrimesandiblogaboutit:

hellsbellscastiel:

dean-and-his-gay-thing:

I need season 10 to consist of everyone telling Sam:

"You have one hell of a brother."

and Sam’s bitchface

Dean’s reaction:

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Sam’s reaction:

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#one brother from hell… #the other in it

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legofictionkin:

16yearsafterthewar:

zagreus-taking-time-apart:

"but classic companions were just screaming women-"

everyone screams. the companions scream. the doctor screams. random characters scream. it’s dr who. have you even seen what kind of stuff happens in this show.

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Barbara Wright will smash all conceptions of early Who with a motherfucking truck.

someone obviously never met ace, the brig,jamie,zoe,liz,jo,ect the list is endless honestly

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pattroughton:

stevetheicecube:

So, for the final (I think?) day of the Master Appreciation Week, I thought I would share this: Why we should have noticed and seen this coming.
The Master has gotten little to no attention since the Christmas Special. I mean, he’s hardly even acknowledged in the special itself by the fans in favour of Rose, the regeneration itself, or the Doctor’s “mother”.
But he’s not been mentioned in any of the episodes (unless you count Scream of the Shalka reference in the Christmas Special 2013) or spoken about by any of the writers, producers or actors. Disappeared off the face of the earth or something. He wasn’t even mentioned in the 50th anniversary.
The Master is, I think, the 3rd most commonly occurring villain in the history of Doctor Who, after the Daleks and the Cybermen. The 50th was about Gallifrey, yet not a peep from the Master.
Now, we get to this picture. This, obviously, is The Doctor Who Experience, when I was there on the date shown. There are several of these paintings in the entrance area of the Experience, though this one is tucked away in a corner by the entrance to the shop (and the exit of the Experience area itself).
The Master is there in the back, next to the Toclafane, Rassilon, the Staff of Rassilon, and the Seal of Rassilon.
This is the only mention of the Master in the whole building, other than a couple of pieces of merchandise (a few DVDs and a couple of books) in the shop. He isn’t even named here, so any NuWho only fans would not recognize him at all.
He doesn’t have a single exhibit (unlike every NuWho monster, set piece and minor character), a single mention (even by the original Bessie) or anything. Even when there is a piece on Jack he is not mentioned at all.
The Master was completely erased from the Doctor Who Experience except for this tiny painting here. I think that’s stupid.
Fandom, we have been stupid. We did not notice that in the whole of NuWho, there has been one book that mentions the Master and five episodes that have him in. He was not in any of the 50th anniversary novels.
Nothing, guys.

This is not entirely true. He actually is mentioned specifically in the Christmas special. (“Seal of the High Council of Gallifrey. Nicked it off the Master in the Death Zone.”) And while there is only one New Who book he’s in, as far as I know (The Story of Martha), he has shown up in recently published Classic Who stories. Two of the 50th anniversary Puffin eshorts feature him (The Nameless City and The Spear of Destiny), as well as the novel The Harvest of Time, published last year. Another short story, published just a few months ago (A Handful of Stardust), also features him. And don’t forget the Prisoners of Time comic, where he finally meets the Eleventh Doctor.
And he may not have been mentioned at all in the 50th anniversary, which is a shame, but he was mentioned in Engines of War, the only War Doctor book published so far.
And then if we’re talking audio, the Master showed up once in 2001, then again in 2003, then not again until 2012. And suddenly we have three releases in 2012 featuring the Master, four in 2013, at least two released or to be released this year (five if you want to count the four parts of Dark Eyes separately), and at least two already announced for next year.
So do not despair, for the Master seems to be around more than ever, and will likely pop up when you least expect him.

He was also mentioned in “A Town Called Mercy”, but, yes, the Master really does need more recognition. This is pathetic (considering that Daleks have little to no emotion/internal conflict and are therefore uninteresting). Moffat may not be planning on bringing him back, but somebody’s gonna do it, sooner or later.

pattroughton:

stevetheicecube:

So, for the final (I think?) day of the Master Appreciation Week, I thought I would share this: Why we should have noticed and seen this coming.

The Master has gotten little to no attention since the Christmas Special. I mean, he’s hardly even acknowledged in the special itself by the fans in favour of Rose, the regeneration itself, or the Doctor’s “mother”.

But he’s not been mentioned in any of the episodes (unless you count Scream of the Shalka reference in the Christmas Special 2013) or spoken about by any of the writers, producers or actors. Disappeared off the face of the earth or something. He wasn’t even mentioned in the 50th anniversary.

The Master is, I think, the 3rd most commonly occurring villain in the history of Doctor Who, after the Daleks and the Cybermen. The 50th was about Gallifrey, yet not a peep from the Master.

Now, we get to this picture. This, obviously, is The Doctor Who Experience, when I was there on the date shown. There are several of these paintings in the entrance area of the Experience, though this one is tucked away in a corner by the entrance to the shop (and the exit of the Experience area itself).

The Master is there in the back, next to the Toclafane, Rassilon, the Staff of Rassilon, and the Seal of Rassilon.

This is the only mention of the Master in the whole building, other than a couple of pieces of merchandise (a few DVDs and a couple of books) in the shop. He isn’t even named here, so any NuWho only fans would not recognize him at all.

He doesn’t have a single exhibit (unlike every NuWho monster, set piece and minor character), a single mention (even by the original Bessie) or anything. Even when there is a piece on Jack he is not mentioned at all.

The Master was completely erased from the Doctor Who Experience except for this tiny painting here. I think that’s stupid.

Fandom, we have been stupid. We did not notice that in the whole of NuWho, there has been one book that mentions the Master and five episodes that have him in. He was not in any of the 50th anniversary novels.

Nothing, guys.

This is not entirely true. He actually is mentioned specifically in the Christmas special. (“Seal of the High Council of Gallifrey. Nicked it off the Master in the Death Zone.”) And while there is only one New Who book he’s in, as far as I know (The Story of Martha), he has shown up in recently published Classic Who stories. Two of the 50th anniversary Puffin eshorts feature him (The Nameless City and The Spear of Destiny), as well as the novel The Harvest of Time, published last year. Another short story, published just a few months ago (A Handful of Stardust), also features him. And don’t forget the Prisoners of Time comic, where he finally meets the Eleventh Doctor.

And he may not have been mentioned at all in the 50th anniversary, which is a shame, but he was mentioned in Engines of War, the only War Doctor book published so far.

And then if we’re talking audio, the Master showed up once in 2001, then again in 2003, then not again until 2012. And suddenly we have three releases in 2012 featuring the Master, four in 2013, at least two released or to be released this year (five if you want to count the four parts of Dark Eyes separately), and at least two already announced for next year.

So do not despair, for the Master seems to be around more than ever, and will likely pop up when you least expect him.

He was also mentioned in “A Town Called Mercy”, but, yes, the Master really does need more recognition. This is pathetic (considering that Daleks have little to no emotion/internal conflict and are therefore uninteresting). Moffat may not be planning on bringing him back, but somebody’s gonna do it, sooner or later.

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bangstilinski:

my parents thought they were naming me something unique, but really they just signed me up for a life with a misspelled, mispronounced, never finding on a coke bottle name

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souflegirlandchinboy:

you know the friendship’s real when there’s a rumour you’re gay for each other

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gentlydropthebass:

“Women can’t go out in skimpy clothing and be surprised when they’re raped! That’s like leaving your front door open and being surprised when you’re robbed!”

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

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stiles2014:

i hate it when my “friends” just dismiss something i’m really passionate about like “oh you’re talking about that again” like shut up don’t ruin this for me do you know how many times i’ve pretended to care or even genuinely tried to get interested in what you like????? the least you could do is fake it rather than making me feel like a burden

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i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

swiss-army-gnat:

victoniac:

victoniac:

casteilnovak:

watchtheskytonight:

flaaffytaaffy:

my brothers say that if this gets 500,000 notes i get to get out of the cage

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goddammit we’re getting you out of hell ourselves 

if we get enough notes we need to take a screen shot and tweet it to the writers.

yessss

Even if you arent a supernatutal fan, favourite and reblog this for us.

Please help us! 

We will give you more (man) candy!

GUYS WE’RE ALMOST THERE!!!

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reblog if your name isn’t Hans.

invaderzim13gir:

anirtak420:

swanqueenandrizzles:

lalalandofsuicide:

kintrafim:

comeinwiththarain:

immortal-goldfish:

skadiyoko:

pastassassins:

2,121,566 people are not Hans and counting!

We’ll find you Hans.

This post is scandalous.

reblogging because hans cant. 

If you scroll past this I am going to assume your name is Hans.

I couldn’t not reblog…

3,531,544 non-Han’s

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Oh hans, if only you could reblog this.

3,697,721 non Han’s

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