Cries out in terror for the Doctor when a director attempts to put him in his film.
Getting tied up, carried away on a horse to be hanged, right up to putting the noose around his neck in the Old West? Not a peep.
Goddamn. It’s a shame this episode is RECON. Because Steven’s in a police uniform for most of the time and when he does take off the jacket he’s in a tie.
As with “The Gunslingers”, Steven adopts an accent and doesn’t fail at it. :D
“The Feast of Steven” - In which it’s Christmas, Steven steals a policeman’s uniform, does a Northern accent, meets Charlie Chaplin, and gets cast in a silent film.
Doctor: “What’s all this funny accent?”
Steven: “Well everybody else is doing it!”
It’s so looong! I thought I would give it another try.
Anyway, so… Who dressed Steven? (Episode 2.)
He was in and out of consciousness and when we get actual video again he’s totally out of his Greek clothes and wearing a button down shirt and corduroy jacket and everything. He can barely walk when he is conscious So who dressed him? The Doctor wasn’t there and Katarina wouldn’t because she wouldn’t see anything wrong with what he was wearing…
Bret? The TARDIS?
I need answers!
… Possibly fan fic …
See that poncey-haired cutie up there? That’s the Eighth Doctor. You may have seen a lot of people here on tumblr talking about him lately. He also walked right past Clara Oswald on your TV screen the other day, but maybe you blinked and missed him. That’s alright! You can always watch it again. Or watch his TV movie. Or read his novels and comics. Or listen to his thirty-billion-and-counting audios.
But the thing is, a lot of people recently seem to think that Moffat has it in for him. Even though that’s just random fan speculation based on nothing. I just wanted to set the record straight, because in fact…
- Moffat was asked to write for Big Finish in the 90’s, but declined because he only wanted to write for Eight (and Paul McGann hadn’t signed yet).
- Moffat adores the audios and has named “The Chimes Of Midnight” as his all-time favourite Eight episode.
- Someone told Moffat once that Eight didn’t count. Moffat replied with “Wash. Out. Your. Mouth.”
Now stop panicking and realise how little of what’s being said on tumblr is based on fact, and how much is actually just the fans driving themselves mad with speculation. And go enjoy some Eight, whichever version of him you like. :)
Just because Moffat didn’t immediately explain you a thing doesn’t mean this character is going to negate any previous characters or canon or whatever.
If you hate Moffat SO fucking much, if you’re hating the show so goddamn much, then for god’s sake stop watching and stop bitching about it.
ESPECIALLY about things that haven’t happened yet. I’m so tried of people jumping to the worst conclusion possible and flipping tables and blaming everything on Moffat. “He has no right to—” Guess what? He does, though. He gets to run the show. It’s his JOB to “have the right to”!
It’s one thing to criticize and another to state opinions and assumptions as FACT. That’s all I tend to see and it’s a real pain in the ass.
Now… let me follow some blogs that aren’t so fucking negative… I mean, I get that shit enough in the real world, I prefer to keep it to a minimum on my internet-lands. So if you’ve found I don’t follow you anymore, maybe tweak your life outlook a bit. You might feel better.
it is the 50th anniversary. clara asks the doctor why he chose the name “the doctor”.
john hurt appears out of nowhere and says “the wand chooses the wizard, mr. potter. it’s not always clear why” and turns into the great dragon and flies away
the screen turns black
that’s the episode