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silentdimension:

Still the most amazing opening credits ever.

silentdimension:

Still the most amazing opening credits ever.

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themarysue:

running-right-off-the-track:

You can say what you want, Donna is my favourite companion.

Always reblog. 

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audreyii-fic:

Doctor Who 3x02 “The Shakespeare Code”

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daenystormborn:

Gif Meme

Martha Jones + Quotes (for anonymous)

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would-you-like-a-jelly-baby:

blaixen:

(X)

Matt Smith could have been such a wonderful doctor… if Moffat hadn’t been writing the show.

woop there it is

Ya burnt. 

(Source: to-killl-a-mocking-jay)

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whovianfeminism:

burntlikethesun:

oh my god

Let’s see if we can do better.
10% Trying to figure out her family, because like, really, who were those two random people at Christmas dinner?
10% Thinking about what’s going on with Angie and Artie and wondering how they’re doing since she inexplicably and suddenly left them.
10% Wearing cool clothes. (I’ll give them that, I envy Clara’s fashion sense).
20% Planning future adventures with the Doctor and trying to schedule her journeys through time and space around weekends and school holidays.
20% Developing lesson plans for her students and trying to figure out how how to let them know their lit anthology’s description of Jane Austen is wrong without letting on she had tea with her last week.
30% Thinking about how to have a conversation with the Doctor about personal boundaries, respecting her enough to tell her vital information about her own life, and not doing things to her “for her own good.”

whovianfeminism:

burntlikethesun:

oh my god

Let’s see if we can do better.

  • 10% Trying to figure out her family, because like, really, who were those two random people at Christmas dinner?
  • 10% Thinking about what’s going on with Angie and Artie and wondering how they’re doing since she inexplicably and suddenly left them.
  • 10% Wearing cool clothes. (I’ll give them that, I envy Clara’s fashion sense).
  • 20% Planning future adventures with the Doctor and trying to schedule her journeys through time and space around weekends and school holidays.
  • 20% Developing lesson plans for her students and trying to figure out how how to let them know their lit anthology’s description of Jane Austen is wrong without letting on she had tea with her last week.
  • 30% Thinking about how to have a conversation with the Doctor about personal boundaries, respecting her enough to tell her vital information about her own life, and not doing things to her “for her own good.”
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Smith’s farewell turn is certainly the worst of the NuWho baton-passers. From the forced sub-Mork & Mindy shenanigans with cipher Clara’s cardboard family, to the eyeroll-inducing voiceovers, to the repetition of “Doctor who?,” to the Attack of the Killer Regeneration, it was pretty painful to watch. As Moffat checked off the boxes, explaining the lingering mysteries of Smith’s run (about the connection between the Silence and the exploding TARDIS, etc.), all I could think of was The Eight Deadly Words that doom all forms of storytelling: I don’t care what happens to these people.

But you know what? Matt Smith, man. In the middle of this train wreck, he does a bit with a severed Cyberman head that actually finds a heartstring. When Handles finally craps out and “dies,” Smith, in his late-middle-age makeup, calls his name a couple of times and stares at the thing. The look on his face evokes memories not just of the similarly robotic K-9, but also of all the other companions long gone. Another one, his face says. I’ve lost another one.

Smith is a wonderful actor and was perfectly cast as the Doctor. His successor, Peter Capaldi, is also a wonderful actor (after watching him F-bomb his way through In the Loop, I have to stop myself from ending my cell phone conversations, “Fuckity-bye!”) and, despite my disappointment at the role not going to a woman this time around, I believe that he is also perfectly cast as the Doctor.

If only the problems with this show had anything to do with the cast.

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hippity-hoppity-brigade:

THE BEST WAY TO GO OUT: CONTINUING A RUNNING GAG.

(Source: fionaglenanne)

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The Facts.

jackwillett:

The reason his RTD era stories were watchable.image

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milkywaycookie
:

I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS GIFSET MY WHOLE LIFE.

(Source: danny-pink)

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sun-thief-rai:

lauriejuspeczyk:

so you’re telling me there’s an alien who regenerates into a completely random form, that he cannot control or determine himself, and who understandably could take millions of different appearances, but who all 13 times just turned into a different skinny white guy

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(Source: rosityler)

doctor who rose tyler
"Under RTD, Doctor Who was about “the ordinary person who stumbles into something extraordinary and finds herself their equal.” Under Moffat, it’s about impossible men and impossible girls doing impossible things in an impossible box. The soul has been pushed aside to make room for the puzzle. And I’m getting pretty tired of it."
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thedarkknightofbreath:

thedarkknightofbreath:

thedarkknightofbreath:

sometimes I think back to the interviews Christopher Eccleston did while he was the Doctor and how he talked about how great it was that the series was moving away from the sexism of previous series and then I look at the show now and I just feel so sad 

Wait. Not sad. What’s the other thing?

FUCKING FURIOUS

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