With all of John Smith’s feelings, and the Matron, I feel like Martha’s feelings of abandonment get lost in the tide. The Doctor was everything to her and now he’s gone. And she’s reduced to nothing but a maid, lost in a time where she means nothing to anyone, not even John Smith, the good man who replaced her Doctor. Her struggle to stay strong when the man who called her brilliant and wonderful now orders her around and is in love with another woman is the most painful thing I’ve ever seen. There are so many things I wish she would have said, to bring more attention to the pain thriving inside. But she stayed strong and silent because she needed to be. She was thrown aside, and the most painful part was The Doctor doesn’t even realize it. Watching Martha listen to the Doctor over and over again, “Rule number four, you. Don’t let me abandon you.” How much must that have hurt? And the matron comes barging in like she’s everything. It’s belittling. I never liked the matron. It hurt to see Martha being shoved out of the picture. Replaced by a woman who didn’t even care about Martha’s feelings. This two-part episode made me extremely angry. #MarthaJonesIsTheStrongestWoman #HowDidSheNotBreakDown
I’m a paradox. I want to be happy, but I think of things that make me sad. I’m lazy, yet I’m ambitious. I don’t like myself, but I also love who I am. I say I don’t care, but I really do. I crave attention, but reject it when it comes my way. I’m a conflicted contradiction. If I can’t figure myself out, there’s no way anyone else has.
Peace on Earth (or Whichever Planet You Happen To Land On)
We’ve put up a new billboard in the Meatpacking District of NYC.
In case The Doctor visits New York City again.
You know, the one without the time paradox.
Soo…is no one actually giggling to themselves because that snowflake is make of sonic screwdrivers or…
We were waiting for someone to notice OUR FAVORITE PART!
When is a BBC holiday a happy one…
Right up until the episode airs. That’s when it’s happy