This is one of my very favorite scenes. Of anything. Ever. Episode: "The Big Bang." Doctor Who - The girl who waited - little Amelia. "You won't remember me, I'll be a story in your head. But that's okay, we're all stories in the end."
Dr. Sheldon Cooper .or. Dr. Who ?!? <3<3 .. "The Skywalker Incursion" .. aka.. How did Amy get Sheldon in Her Bedroom !?! .. When Bernadette and Howard battle over the fate of his Dr. Who TARDIS, Raj and Amy offer to settle the dispute with a game of ping pong, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Thursday, April 2 (8:00-8:31 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
The results of the latest LEGO Ideas review are in and at least two fan-built projects will soon be official LEGO sets. The ornithology-focused LEGO Birds Project and a set based on The Big Bang Theory are coming, but the real exciting news is that the board is still considering two different Doctor Who sets for release.
erychan: Okay, we’re back in normal flight. The TARDIS is no longer inside itself. The localised time field is no longer about to implode and rip a hole in all causality but just in case, Pond, put some trousers on. Doctor Who | “Space” and “Time” | asked by addictseries
But see, here's one thing that absolutely boggles my mind. If the Doctor can travel anywhere in time, how is that modern-day London is modern-day London to him? He's a time-traveler that can go to any point in time, so no modern-time should exist for him. Unless. Oh, I see. Modern-time London is 903 years away from his birth. Okay. (I'm so glad time-travel doesn't really exist. It's too much of a headache. And I wouldn't be smart enough to be The Doctor's companion, which depresses me.)