I feel like this line right here from Rory is one of the most underrated lines in the whole of the Ponds Era. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen this moment on my dashboard before which I can’t quite understand because for me, it’s one of my favourite moments in Rory and Amy’s relationship. It may not be as big a gesture as waiting outside a box for 2000 years or jumping off a building together, but this line just means so much.
Rory is told that he will spend the rest of his life in a hotel room, never being able to see the outside world again, and what is his first and only question? “Will Amy be there?” Because as awful as the situation sounds, he’d be willing to do it if he could have Amy by his side. And that for me is why his moment is so important. I truly believe that if The Doctor had said Amy would be with him, he wouldn’t have even attempted to run or put up a fight. Instead he’d happily spend the rest of his life alone with Amy, never seeing anyone or anything but her. Because that ladies and gentlemen, is just how much Rory Williams loves his wife.
" The man who abhors violence, never carrying a gun, but this is the truth, Doctor. You take ordinary people and you fashion them into weapons… behold your Children of Time." - Davros
I blew into this world on a leaf. I’m still blowing. I don’t think I’ll ever land. I’m Clara Oswald. I’m the impossible girl. I was born to save the Doctor.
“My name is Amy Pond. When I was seven, I had an imaginary friend. Last night was the night before my wedding…and my imaginary friend came back.”
Jenna on the set of Doctor Who (April 18, 2014)
No, I don’t. I look at you every single day and I don’t understand a thing about you!
Listen, what you get up to in the privacy of your own regeneration is your business.
"No, I’m an old whore, I’ll turn up to anything"
—David Tennant [April 18, 1971]
MY PATH THROUGH TIME AND SPACE
from Gallifrey to Trenzalore