Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 8 | Masterpost | Episode 1-6

'THE CARETAKER' RECAP

killercometocall:

If you don’t love Peter Capaldi’s interpretation of the Doctor after this episode YOU’RE WRONG.

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"I need some paper towels"

"They’re outside by the heavy oncoming traffic, so why don’t you fuck off"

e1evenc1ara:

mainlytheblacklistfeels:

Well you’ve explained me to him, but you haven’t explained him to me.

That eye contact is flawless and you can’t tell me otherwise.

Actually, the best part (or worst part, depending on how you feel about pain) is that there is no eye contact. Look closely; they’re looking only after the other has looked away. 


Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 8 | Episode 6 | The Caretaker

Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 8 | Episode 6 | The Caretaker

Favorite scenes of Doctor Who 8.06 “The Caretaker”
▬ His definition proceeds himself… " The Rebel Time Lord"

claraschinman:

Rule #1 - The Clara lies.

And for all those who criticise Clara for her apparent lies, just remember: for the majority of it, she’s lying to protect people. They aren’t vindictive lies, they aren’t manipulative. She genuinely thinks that she’s helping the situation, or in this instance, she’s too proud to admit the truth. 

Also, in this case, I think too many people ignored the fact Clara was probably referencing Adrian’s personality while the Doctor considered it to be a personal insult. 

The Little Bits in The Caretaker - Part I

When the Doctor interrupts Clara’s class, she is teaching Pride and Prejudice

Specifically, the section being read out is Lizzy’s reaction to Darcy, and how their initial chemistry is sparked with hatred and loaded with misunderstanding. On the surface, Lizzy and Darcy are snappy and confrontational. But as we all know, they were meant to be together. 

Sound familiar? 

Guys, seriously, stop with the Team Doctor vs Team Danny

It’s silly and petty and frankly, not worthy of Who