you’re welcome, bbc
Rory:”Who killed The Doctor?”
Smiling Amy:”Who do you think?”
In reply to a lot of the notes with this image (which is a great illustration btw), I don’t see what is wrong about a man carrying his unconscious friend. And what’s worse, people are bitching about “sexist Moffat” again and saying “RTD should come back” AGAIN.
Yes, RTD would never pull something like that. Oh.
Well, at least this shit never happened in the classic series!
Maybe it’s an odd choice of promo picture for the series, but they’re hyping up Amy and Rory’s departure and that image captures perfectly all the amount of mystery and tease and speculation-inducing wtfery.
Yes, Amy looks helpless… that’s because this is clearly from a situation in which she is… as in… unconscious / dead.
I think bitching about this without any context is just the worst.
Pleeeease stop using this as an excuse to go on about Moffat’s apparent sexist agenda. Saying “women can’t die or be carried or rescued” is just making you look alarmist and … dare I say sexist? Saying what women can and can’t do? Amy has rescued more than enough people in her tenure. Deal with it.
(It is a nice illustration though! And I love the sentiment! Just way too many angry comments regarding this whole thing.)
USING THE DALEKS FOR THE BILLIONTH TIME IS BAD AND YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD.
P.S. YOU SUCK.
Except that the BBC MUST use the Daleks once per season or they lose the rights to use them, as the Nation Estate (for Terry Nation, who invented the Daleks) still owns the copyright on the Daleks, not the BBC. Also, the BBC pushes Daleks because they are a money-maker. Moffat gets no say.
That moment when you finish a book, look around, and realize that everyone is just carrying on with their lives as though you didn’t just experience emotional trauma at the hands of a paperback.