Posted 1 week ago

iapologizeforthis:

The villain plots in Sailor Moon and Doctor Who appear to be entirely interchangeable. Like, you could make a game called “Sailor Moon or Doctor Who plot?”

-A new elite school opens up that accepts only the most gifted and intelligent girls, but something seems off. Our heroes sneak in one of their own and discover the woman in charge is actually turning the girls into her minions. Sailor Moon… or Doctor Who?

-A shop around the corner is selling televisions for a shockingly cheap price, and everyone is buying! It turns out that everyone who watches these evil TVs will have their energy sucked away by an evil being. Sailor Moon… or Doctor Who?

-A fortune teller shows up out of nowhere and suddenly skyrockets to popularity with her fortunes. In the end, she turns out to be a monster preying on human desires. Sailor Moon… or Doctor Who?

-Our heroes are still young and unmarried, but they wind up hanging out with their daughter from the future anyway. Sailor Moon… or Doctor Who? TRICK QUESTION THE ANSWER IS BOTH.

Posted 1 year ago
Sorry, Rory.

Sorry, Rory.

Posted 1 year ago
iapologizeforthis:

Joker in the last panel is basically every author ever.

iapologizeforthis:

Joker in the last panel is basically every author ever.

Posted 1 year ago
All the cool kids were doing it.

All the cool kids were doing it.

Posted 1 year ago

Theory

Weeping angels actually feed on “sadness energy,” rather than time energy. And Moffat is a weeping angel. He’s positioned himself in a job that can allow him to generate more sadness and thus continue feeding forever.

Posted 2 years ago

Hope I’m not the only person who thought this.

Posted 2 years ago

I’d just like to point out that I made this last year. I think I deserve a medal.

Posted 2 years ago

Centurian Rory at Matsuricon 2012.

Posted 2 years ago

Really don’t think Rory’s the Master.

Hey, it’s a rare theory post! I’ve been seeing a lot of Rory=Master theories floating on the dash right now, and I think we’re forgetting the episode “The Doctor’s Wife.” Idris definitely seemed to have taken a liking to Rory, even calling him “the pretty one.” If she already knows that Rory is the Master (as she likely would, and as implied by the theory about the distress call in “The God Complex”), she wouldn’t be so fond of him.

TARDIS approves of Rory. I don’t think he’s the Master.

Posted 2 years ago

Doctor Doo? Scooby Who? Either one.