"Bad Wolf" - My sister’s been watching a ton of old Doctor Who (3rd to 5th Doctor era), so I’ve been in the mood to paint some Doctor Who fanart! Billie Piper was meant to be coming to Oz Comic-con in Perth this weekend, so I thought I’d paint something I could get autographed… but she cancelled last minute! =( Oh well.
Still, it was good portrait practise, more to come soon too!
You know, you act like such a lonely man. But look at you. You’ve got the biggest family on Earth.
Julie Andrews sharing a sweet story about her grandson Sam, on The Rachael Ray Show.
sOBBING BECAUSE OF THE ADORABLE
That’s all right honey, that’s all right with me
You’ve flown so far, further than anyone. The things you’ve seen…. the darkness. The Big Bad Wolf.
"Your mum got me a present." It’s a basic statement of fact, but the Doctor makes it sound like an accusation.
Rose shrugs, stifling a grin. “I think she’s warming up to you.”
"She bought me a jumper. I already have jumpers. I like my other jumpers. I don’t need any more jumpers.”
"She went out of her way, you know. To buy it and wrap it and everything." Rose reaches out to straighten his leather lapels, which don’t really need straightening, but she pulls the front of the jacket closed a little bit, because really, if she has to look at what’s underneath anymore she won’t be able to control her laughter. And being laughed at certainly won’t help the Doctor’s mood.
"The jumper has kittens on it,” he growls, yanking open the jacket and pointing to the little knit creatures with the same righteous fury he usually reserves for aliens bent on genocide, or Jack Harkness when he’s in proximity to Rose.
"You look sharp," Rose protests, crossing her arms, as though she can restrain her giggles by hugging them into her chest.
At that moment, Jack walks into the console room. “Doctor! You look positively cuddly this morning!”
The Doctor’s eyes pop open wide before narrowing into slits. “That’s it!”
He rips off his jacket and tosses it onto a coral strut. Without hesitation, he yanks off the kitten jumper, dropping it on the grated floor before marching out of the room, bare-chested, heading deeper into the TARDIS.
When his muscled back finally disappears around a corner, Jack and Rose turn to look at each other, mouths hanging open.
"Remind me to send your mom a thank-you note," Jack says.
What could I possibly say to my old self? I couldn’t tell him everything would be all right. I didn’t know that. I couldn’t tell him what was about to happen to him. No sane person would believe it.
Besides, I had forgotten this dream. Hadn’t I?
[Tobias,] I said. [Walk home with Jake. Walk through the construction site.]
I just laughed a little sadly. Why had I told him to do that? Why had I sent him to the construction site? It was there that everything had begun. It was there that I had started down the path that led to my being trapped as a hawk.
I knew the truth now. I could see it clearly. I was looking at myself. Back when I was human. And looking at myself, I couldn’t escape the truth—that wasn’t me anymore.
I wasn’t Tobias the human. I had become something else. Something new. What had the Ellimist said? “…You are a beginning. You are a point on which an entire time line may turn.”
[Tobias?] I said to the human. [You should go back to sleep.]"