1. anthonyainley:

    having to tag gotg posts with the full “drax the destroyer” bc otherwise you might get him mixed up with the doctor’s college buddy

  2. rose-of-pollux:

    Master Appreciation Week, Day 2—

    Favorite TV story?

    "The Five Doctors"—seeing the Master’s interactions with all the different Doctors was definitely interesting; you’ve got One, who still doesn’t know how or why he cast the name of Koschei aside, Two, who’s probably trying to figure out how the heck he got out of that black hole, Three, who’s just all "You again?" and Five, who’s all "He’s trying to help me?  Really?”

    Oh, and then you have the Brigadier, who just one-hit-KO’s him.  Never before has a “Nice to see you again!” been so awesome.

  3. sigma-time-lord:

    too-stoned-to-remember:

    If you think that classic who is boring just remember that the 3rd Doctor had a sword fight with the Master and then ate his sandwich

    And then continued the sword fight

  4. philamuseum:

Tick-tock, tick-tock. What stories does this gorgeous clock have to tell? Find out during our Spotlight Gallery Conversations this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 11:00 a.m.Tall Case Clock, 1773–80, made by George Pickering

I’m only reblogging this because it was in my sidebar when I was checking the Anthony Ainley tag, and I couldn’t resist the symmetry.

    philamuseum:

    Tick-tock, tick-tock. What stories does this gorgeous clock have to tell? Find out during our Spotlight Gallery Conversations this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 11:00 a.m.

    Tall Case Clock, 1773–80, made by George Pickering

    I’m only reblogging this because it was in my sidebar when I was checking the Anthony Ainley tag, and I couldn’t resist the symmetry.

  5. britgeekgrrl:

    rebel666:

    I kept seeing all these beautiful TARDIS and Dalek dresses and wanted to make my own… but something I haven’t seen done before. I love making Baker’s scarf in all the different versions and lengths so I decided to make my own version as a dress!

    This is completely crocheted. It measures 48 inches long and is crocheted to fit tightly on my body. Once I was complete, I sewed a liner on the inside and put it on. It fit on the first try. I’m planning on making more versions of this (like a halter-top) and making other iconic accessories into crocheted dresses (like Jayne Cobb’s hat).

    I wore it to Con Kasterborous in Huntsville, AL and it won Most Creative in their costume contest. The best moment happened right afterwards when I was standing in front of the main room after the costume contest and Sylvester McCoy came up and said, “Now THAT is a scarf!” He really loved my scarf dress and said I looked fantastic in it. :3

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    Awesome idea!

  6. karlimeaghan:

    Katy Manning, Nicholas Courtney, and Jon Pertwee at Panopticon, September 4th, 1993.

  7. anthonyainley:

    i encourage people to get into classic who because i love the slow dawning realizations they have that they have a ton of crushes on people who are 60+ years old and/or dead

  8. "What is the Master like on mathematics?" 

    I think that shirt is what jump started puberty for me.

    And then Ainley came along and finished the job. :D

  9. theinkspocks:

    Holy heck, 80’s Anthony Ainley was heckie fine.

    I’ve only been saying that for thirty years.

  10. deduction019:

justaperfectevening:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

daniel-stuart:

This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

The Doctor has never noped harder


This is literally the best thing ever omg.

    deduction019:

    justaperfectevening:

    nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

    daniel-stuart:

    This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

    The Doctor has never noped harder

    This is literally the best thing ever omg.

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