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Why the Doctor didn't come back for Amy for 12 years - the whole course of history would change if he had been on time! HIS personal destiny would have changed if he had been on time! If Mels were to succeed in killing him at her younger age, then Rory and Amy would never end up getting pregnant in the Tardis while traveling, resulting in a regenerating, kidnapped baby trained to destroy the Doctor, but in that case, who would have killed the Doctor? Was the Tardis avoiding paradoxes?yes

Why the Doctor didn't come back for Amy for 12 years - the whole course of history would change if he had been on time! HIS personal destiny would have changed if he had been on time! If Mels were to succeed in killing him at her younger age, then Rory an

Doctor: I know. When I look at her now I can see them. The hole they left, all the pain that filled it. I just don't think I can face that every day..//  Donna: It won't stay like that. She'll help you. We both will..//  Doctor: When they died that part of me died with them. It'll never come back. Not now..//  Donna: I'll tell you something, Doctor. Something that I've never told you before: I think you're wrong.

You talk all the time, but you don't say anything << this is so sad bc it's true.

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The Time Lords are the Weeping Angels theory. and This Was His Mom theory. I was actually thinking that that was his mom the first time I saw this episode, but I never thought of the weeping angels one.

Vincent Van Gogh described during Doctor Who

Doctor Who: The Vincent Van Gogh episode. Definitely one of my favorite episodes of all time.

This Made Me Cry And It Still Does. <<-- ksc The same here. If you never did you have no heart ☺♥♥ @gsparrowhawk1

This Made Me Cry And It Still Does

This Made Me Cry And It Still Does <-- this probably was the most beautiful episode of Doctor Who ever. This scene is so powerful. I really wish Van Gogh would have known.

I CANNOT HANDLE THIS MANY FEELS HELP

Just meme it!

aww I'm not really that big of a doctor who fan but this is really cool. the person who wrote the comment should be an author for a book that'd be so cool<<not in the fandom, got friends that are tho, and this made my heart break

50th Anniversary - Rose

That's okay I didn't need my heart anyway. <--- So sad that this didn't actually happen in the :(

I did that today. I said "I learnt from the best" then "unfortunately you weren't available that day" and I just looked around like see what I didn't there. They didn't.

Make great fandom reference, nobody gets it. Story of my life.

ksc The Doctor: Between you and me, in a hundred words, where do you think Van Gogh rates in the history of art?..// Curator: Well… um… big question, but, to me Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular, great painter of all time. The most beloved, his command of colour most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray, but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of…

Um, big question, um, but to me, Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular great painter of all time. The most beloved. His command of color - the most.

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