because i haven’t blinked since i saw your face.
Tumblr was on MTV?
“Matt Smith in a recent interview has said the following hint about the final end of Ponds: “There’s something coming up in the final days of the Ponds that was in The Eleventh Hour,” he said. “There’s a shot in that. [Moffat’s] been thinking about it that long. He always knew how she was going to… I’m saying too much already.”
- The Shot of the Doctor running past the clock (talked about on the commentary).
- The Duck Pond that hasn’t got any ducks.
- The re-use of Mrs Angelo’s broach in The Eleventh Hour and The Big Bang.
- One of little Amy’s artwork which clearly shows her house on fire.
- The Fact that Rory in the Hospital looks behind him, clearly sees something and gets interrupted and quickly forgets.
- Rory’s ID badge
- Amys missing third floor
Get in loser, we’re getting health insurance.
Say What Now of the Day: IMDb user (and possible troll?) brian__007 posted a comment yesterday in the message boards for Peter Jackson’s upcoming prequel The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey that accused Lord of the Rings of ripping off Harry Potter. Brian’s rant quickly racked up more than 100 comments and was deleted, but not before the Internets captured a screencap.
Here’s the manifesto in full:
Overall, I like Lord of the Rings. However, I do feel that Tolkien kind of rips off Harry Potter in many ways. There are several parallels, such as elves, dwarfs, wizards, goblins, trolls, magic (especially invisibility), etc. Sauron is referred to as “Dark Lord” just like Voldemort is. There is also the elder white-haired bearded wizard who serves as a mentor, Gandalf, who is reminiscent of Dumbledore. Some of the character names are similar, such as Wormtongue as opposed to Wormtail, too. There is even a gigantic spider (Shelob) at the end of “The Two Towers” that reminds one of Aragog from Chamber of Secrets. I even noticed that the plots of both series begin with the protagonists’ birthday. Now I see that Tolkien, this unoriginal bastard, is coming out with The Hobbit in December. This would be fine, but why didn’t he just write this book first to begin with? I still like Lord of the Rings, though–don’t get me wrong–but I wonder if Tolkien has ever said in interviews whether he borrowed elements from Harry Potter. I’ll be watching the extended DVDs later this week and I think he’s featured on the commentary track, so I look forward to that.
WTF people do your research
I hope this is a joke…..
Yes because Tolkien had a time machine. And yes he came back to life to give an interview.
Wtf I don’t want to live on this planet anymore!
…..What is wrong with people?
If you do not reblog this, you are in fact lying.
*le me on computer
mom: have you done all your chores
mom: then why are there still dishes in the dishwasher?
me: well, you see mom, i DID do the dishes, but it was in my past, and it will be in your future
mom: mmmmhmmmm. go do the dishes
me: it's a fixed point in time mom. i can't change it
mom: time can be rewritten
me: DON'T YOU DARE
- lypophrenia: a feeling of sadness seemingly without a cause
- drapetomania: an overwhelming urge to run away
- escapism: a mental desire to retreat from unpleasant realities through fantasy
- wanderlust: a desire to travel, to understand one’s very existence
- dysania: the state of finding it difficult to get out of bed in the morning
- sanctuary: a small safe place in a troubling world
- metathesiophobia: fear of change
Congratulations to James Corden on his Tony Award for Best Leading Actor for his performance in One Man, Two Guvnors.
Congratulations, James, from all of us on the TARDIS, and all the Whovians of tumblr!