So hey I love this new activity feature!
I can see who my top fans are on my side blogs like this one! Huzzah!
I’ve never watched Glee in my life but oh my Doctor I am sending all my love to the Glee fandom right now… I can’t even imagine someone from one of my fandoms… I can’t even say it.
You’ve got a whole website celebrating your life, Cory. You seemed like such a sweet person. KAIA- Kick Ass In the Afterlife, dude.<3
Author Stephen Hunt’s SciFi facebook page is reported as saying:
A friend of mine is playing in the orchestra at the Doctor Who proms. During the rehearsal last night they were told who the new Doctor is… and the big reveal will, I am told, be made officially at tonight’s Dr Who Proms first night. So who is it? I’m keeping my silence (I get enough &*&* about spoilers), but you *will* be very surprised…
A rumor is a rumor, but I do not see why he would lie about this. If it is true, get ready for the crazy, tumblr.
Every day I thank Matt Smith and the rest of the hipster community for re-popularizing the most sexual fucking haircut in the face of the universe
I mean just look at this shit, it is fucking beautiful and timeless
Let’s take a look through the cinematic history of this haircut
Leo fucking Dicaprio representing the 1910s
I just can’t okay I’ve been hooked since a young age
This fine ass animated character did not help
And now mother fuckin Matt Smith
And then… AND THEN you can fuckin class that shit up like so
It is so fucking sexy I can’t even
And now guys are actually getting this haircut and it doesn’t really matter how average he looks this haircut casts a magical glamour of “PShofe yoUr hair sir the way it hangs perfectly complemeninntg your cheekbones I have aproblem nand that problem is my hands are not inch deep in your hair tHE THINGS I cuould do with that hair Sir!!”
Point is, Acquire haircut = Obtain the V.
“These have been the maddest few years of my writing career – so many ridiculous adventures, so many things I thought I’d never do – and I could not have shared them a with a kinder, more considerate, more entirely supportive friend than the man I completely refuse to call Smithers.
“We’ve been to so many insane press launches, we’ve looned about New York, we’ve dropped in on a specialist Doctor Who bar to watch the show with some (fairly surprised) fans, travelled the country in a special Doctor Who bus (well he did, I just dropped in occasionally!) and shown the new Director General of the BBC how to fly the TARDIS. And we’ve spent a fair amount of time looking at each other, and wondering how the hell any of this happened, and how we ended up here.
Moffat goes on to state that he believes he will work with his departing friend again one day: “Out there in the future, Matt’s finale is to be written and made and a new Doctor is to be summoned. Soon I’ll be lying on my sofa, in an agony of indecision again. Beyond that, some day I’m sure I’ll work with Matt again, and we’ll laugh about old times. But I don’t want to think about that right now. I want to think about the best of days. About the impossibility of replacing Russell T Davies and David Tennant in the two most brilliant jobs in television and the fact we didn’t entirely screw it up. About all those episodes, all those monsters, and those stories we’re never going to tell you.
“I will never forget a moment of it – me and my mate Matt, making Doctor Who.”"