1. 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

  2. "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

  3. theinkspocks:

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

    I’ve only been saying that for thirty years.

  4. 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.

  5. nighthart001:

    Oh Mark Gatiss you. You made a story that made me feel for William Hartnell. I really did. And you top it all off with this.


    If you’re a Doctor Who fan, I highly recommend An Adventure in Space and Time. It’s a documentary drama that no Whovian should miss.

    I’m not entirely certain the noise that came from my throat during this scene was actually human.

  6. renegademime:

    I want to remind Whovians the world over that this is a real thing that happened and that it still exists.

    Thank you and goodnight.

    I can’t bring myself to click the Play button, but damned if I’m not gonna reblog it.

  7. screamoftheshalka:

Probably every Classic Whovian had at least one nightmare with Tom Baker’s wax dummy from The Five Doctors’s photo stills.

    screamoftheshalka:

    Probably every Classic Whovian had at least one nightmare with Tom Baker’s wax dummy from The Five Doctors’s photo stills.

  8. asseishaemi:

 

Whovians always talk about how Donna was best friend to the Doctor or how he loved Rose. They talk about how his relationship with Craig is so special. But it makes me sad, they are forgetting one very precious person to the Doctor. I guess it’s because not many Whovians these days saw classic series, I am actually almost sure of it. Because if they knew the Brigadier, this scene from The Wedding of The River Song would become probably the saddest or at least one of the saddest moments in whole Doctor Who. So let me tell you a story now. It will take just a few minutes, probably less. 
Years ago, in classic series, in time when companions didn’t have to be super mysteriously special, in time when with the Doctor traveled completely ordinary people, who were also capable of doing great things  without destiny or mysterious backround, in that time, the Doctor met probably the best companion, who actually never traveled with him. But he was there. Every time when Doctor was on Earth, even when he was trapped here, the Brigadier was there. He saw most of the Doctor’s regenerations if not all of them and all incarnations of the Doctor attended his funeral, which means, he probably knew about Brigadier’s death much sooner, but still the information right in that moment made him give up, stop running and go to die. I guess, even if he knew, he still somewhere deep inside believed, that the Brigadier will stay. That he won’t leave the Doctor alone…


Absolutely every last word of fucking THIS.

    asseishaemi:

     

    Whovians always talk about how Donna was best friend to the Doctor or how he loved Rose. They talk about how his relationship with Craig is so special. But it makes me sad, they are forgetting one very precious person to the Doctor. I guess it’s because not many Whovians these days saw classic series, I am actually almost sure of it. Because if they knew the Brigadier, this scene from The Wedding of The River Song would become probably the saddest or at least one of the saddest moments in whole Doctor Who. So let me tell you a story now. It will take just a few minutes, probably less. 

    Years ago, in classic series, in time when companions didn’t have to be super mysteriously special, in time when with the Doctor traveled completely ordinary people, who were also capable of doing great things  without destiny or mysterious backround, in that time, the Doctor met probably the best companion, who actually never traveled with him. But he was there. Every time when Doctor was on Earth, even when he was trapped here, the Brigadier was there. He saw most of the Doctor’s regenerations if not all of them and all incarnations of the Doctor attended his funeral, which means, he probably knew about Brigadier’s death much sooner, but still the information right in that moment made him give up, stop running and go to die. I guess, even if he knew, he still somewhere deep inside believed, that the Brigadier will stay. That he won’t leave the Doctor alone…

    Absolutely every last word of fucking THIS.

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