what have you done to my basket
Oreo cleaning his little feeties~!
All that is missing is a Z snap of fabulous ownage.
If all 4 companions got together for poker nights.
“I’ll take three,” Donna says, laying down three cards in her hand and taking three new ones from Martha.
“Weirdest obsession,” Amy throws out as she surveys her hand. All of them chuckle and laugh at the topic.
“Saying ‘what?’” Martha offers, handing Rose two cards. “It’s like he can’t imagine what’s happening to him!”
“Bets in, ladies,” Donna calls. “Rambling. I swear he rambles just to see how long before someone cuts him off.”
“What’s the record?” Rose asks and Donna grins.
“I popped to the loo once, never knew I was gone!” They all howl with laughter, the chips on the table falling into each other but no one really cares.
“His bow tie,” Amy declares. “He loves that thing. ‘Bow ties are cool’,” she mocks, straightening an invisible bow tie as she says it.
“Call,” Martha says, and they show their cards. Donna won the round and scooped up her winnings before dealing the cards.
“Licking things,” Rose enunciates but the other three look at her. “You’ve…you’ve never seen him licking things?”
“If it’s some weird alien thing you two do in the bedroom, I don’t wanna know,” Donna shivers slightly at the thought but Rose just rolls her eyes.
“He claims he can analyze things by tasting them. You’ve never seen him do that?” Rose asks, looking around the group.
“A few times but I wouldn’t call it an ‘obsession’.” Martha diplomatically answers. Rose leans back in her chair deciding to have word with him when they’re done here.
“You know one of us will eventually have to tell him we used his Sonic as a swizzle stick,” Amy says. They all look at the martini glass with the Sonic sticking out and can’t help the laughter bursting forth. They pick up their cards to begin a new game.
“We could always tell him it was an experiment,” Martha suggests.
“What, we were trying to increase the alcohol content?” Donna offers and Martha shrugs.
“He’d probably just be happy we were trying to learn more about science,” Amy retorts, laying down two cards. Agreements rose from the table and the inevitable was put off a little longer.
#I just really love Clara #She’s caught in a whirlwind of unfamiliarity #Aboard a ship that rejects her #With a man that is distant and aloof #A man who often has her fending for herself #Or dragging her into situations that terrify her #But she fights back #She calls out both man and box when they give her shit #She fires back in her rapid-tongued way #She digs in her heels when she doesn’t want to go #And no matter how scared she is #She puts on a brave face and carries on #She’s stubbornly and unashamedly herself (via wholet)
mcgonagall pulling sirius into her office after every outburst in fifth year before he moves out & gets disowned and refusing to punish him but instead offering him biscuits and talking to him about quidditch
mcgonagall intercepting howlers so that they never reach him
mcgonagall quietly replacing the books on queerness that keep disappearing from the library’s restricted section after remus has signed in
mcgonagall giving the care of magical creatures and defense against the dark arts professors A Stern Talking To when she hears they’ve been going on anti-werewolf bents in class
mcgonagall mothering students who need her
The opening scene with the street merchant was completely unscripted. Robin Williams was brought into the sound stage and was asked to stand behind a table that had several objects on it and a bed sheet covering them all. The animators asked him to lift the sheet, and without looking take an object from the table and describe it in character. Much of the material in that recording session was not appropriate for a Disney film.
"Combination hookah and coffee maker, also makes julienne fries! It will not break! It will not- …. it broke."
that line used to just kill me as a kid and now it’s better because it was unscripted and he probably broke the prop
[[AGGRESSIVELY ASKS IF YOU WANT TO BUILD A SNOWMAN]]
Steven Moffat Appreciation
One of the most touching tributes to come out of the Doctor Who 50th special was the one to the fans through the character of Osgood. There, in the background of what was the most important negotiation in history, without anyone noticing, Osgood saved the world.
She could have easily sabotaged the Doctor’s plan by telling Kate to check her pockets, but instead of choosing to divide, Osgood chose to be kind. Becoming the bridge, the one who was willing to connect with what everyone had been so afraid of.
She had been neither cruel nor cowardly. And I think that’s why Steven wrote her in wearing the scarf. Because, really, anyone, anywhere, through kindness and courage, can be the Doctor. If that’s not the greatest tribute to the fandom, I don’t know what is.