“She’s different.” “In what way?”
“In every way.”
You said that this copy cat was an intelligent psychopath, Will. That there would be no traceable motive, no pattern. He wouldn’t kill again this way, you said it.
I may have been wrong about that.
(Source: hanszimmer, via agentdancy)
I just needed to reblog this again.
Because jfc, you don’t understand how important this scene is to me.
Or maybe you do!
Because it has Jack openly showing his affection and admiration for two people of different gender in the exact same way, making no difference at all, and neither do Rose nor the Doctor. Zilch. No hesitating, no flinching, no comic relief.
I wish it could be like this more often.
That scene up there is doing everything right, end of story. And while Jack’s sexuality is often made out to be something to smile at, it’s also shown as very natural and Nine was just cool with that, no reason not to be.
I like to think that homosexuality and bisexuality was common on Gallifrey because the Doctor is never uncomfortable with it, and gets confused when humans are.
Well, the Doctor has indicated that timelords can change gender in regenerations.
(Source: goingbacktodalton, via torn-and-frayed-wings)
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