Ten is totally confronting Eleven about Rose and how well his future seems without her #But Eleven calmly - and in a low voice just says - ‘Spoilers’ #and it’s the saddest thing guys #because he’s not necessarily reminding Ten about River #he’s reminding himself - he’s remembering #and Ten just doesn’t get it #he thinks that Eleven’s unemotional demeanour means he’s ok #because Ten was all about emotions#and so he keeps pushing and finally Eleven slips #and in that moment Ten sees his future - and he’s terrified #because it’s one of constant restraint#
one were his hurt runs so deep that he’s hardened himself in order to contain it. (via riveralwaysknew)
I mean, I enjoyed seeing David Tennat, Matt Smith. and John Hurt interact. That was super fun.
It was cool seeing Rose in her bad wolf form again, I warmed up to Clara a bit more I guess. Although her constant ‘super clever-ness’ is bit much…like where are her flaws and short comings? She doesn’t feel quite real to me.
But, the Doctor having to destroy his own people, from my understanding (and to be fair I’ve only watched New Who), was sort of…the crux of his character development. Like every decision he makes goes back to that crucial bit of history and now it never happened? Feels weird man, feels weird.
Still. I am excited to see Capaldi as 12, although I will miss Eleven. This will be my first time seeing a Doctor Who regeneration in real time instead of binge watching on Netflix so it’s gonna hurt a little more I think.
Shoutout to Moffat for screwing over 50 years of Doctor Who canon.
[AGGRESSIVELY ATTEMPTS TO ENJOY SOMETHING WHILE IGNORING HALF OF THE FANDOM]