moffat’s companions’ lives are all so strangely ungrounded in reality and i think it’s a good example of his very weak writing. in day of the doctor we see clara teaching - no explanation, no mention of it in the episode, and no build up to it. although obviously this…
-Using the force
-Going Super Saiyan
-Jutsu Hand Signs
And that is the face of your brother remaining as neutral as he possibly can considering that he just got very big hint that he IS a Jotun.
And he’s kinda afraid right now.
and this is why Loki thinks Thor hates him
Has this movie not given me feelz enough?
JFC I forgot that’s what this face was about. Holy shit.
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Steven Moffat, on Christopher Eccleston’s absence from the 50th Anniversary. (via moffatsays)
HAHAHAHA! New favorite blog for a minute.
That actually is a legitimate ass reason not to want to come back. I didn’t think of it like that before when I was upset he didn’t come back, but I get it. And he’s right. That is what Moffat did. He almost completely threw away a lot of the emotional arc and foundation that Russel T Davies did for the show in the beginning. But isn’t that what he’s been doing this entire time, shitting on what Davies was trying to make, to combat his own insecurities as showrunner. Is this a thing with Doctor Who? I need to watch more of Classic Who, but I have a feeling the previous showrunners didn’t have nearly as many pissing matches.