Posts tagged doctor who
Posts tagged doctor who
Warnings: Sex Talk and Swearing
Summary—Self-restraint has never been River’s strong suit, and what little she possesses is tested when the Doctor shows up on her first day of university expecting sex.
A/N—This is one I wrote all at once. I got a little lost in their conversation and when I looked up it was 4am… whoops.
THIS IS AMAZING.
This means that
IT GOT BETTER
The Chess Metaphor: The Doctor as the King and River Song as the Queen of the set
"The Wedding of River Song"
"The queen is your only legal move. Except you’ve already moved it 12 times which means there are now 4 million volts running through it."
The Silence has moved River one too many times and she is now sparking and deadly; she refuses to be manipulated any more and cannot be moved by them again. The Doctor is winning the game, but to get what he truly wants— information, both during the chess game and in reality— he must concede the game. He concedes to River, allowing himself to trust her, and marries her, thereby winning his life, information, and her.
Nightmare in Silver/The Name of the Doctor
"You could sacrifice your queen."
While the game in TWoRS has the Doctor facing an outside enemy, the game in “Nightmare in Silver” is his battle against himself. This sacrifice gives up the queen, the most powerful piece in the set, for some positional benefit. The Doctor sacrifices the queen during the game to win in general, and saves the children and Clara. However, in doing so he had to face a darker, more painful part of himself. In the next episode, he faces his tomb, an internal attack on himself, but cannot bring himself to rescue Clara until he lets go of his wife, who he had been holding on to for years— so he “sacrifices his queen.”
Relentlessly cheerful artist James Hance (previously featured here) painted this incredible “Adventure Timey-Wimey” mural on his 9-year-old daughter Maddy’s wall. From the Gunter Daleks to the BMO TARDIS to the Ice King as a Weeping Angel, it’s almost unbearably wonderful.
But wait, it gets even better because the whole concept was Maddy’s to start with:
"She had the idea for an Adventure Time / Doctor Who crossover, and had all the characters mapped out (You can see where I get my ideas from!)"
Prints of this awesome mash-up are currently available via James Hance’s website.
Characters: Eleven/River, and a surprise.
Warnings: Explicit Sex, Might seem a bit dub-con at the start, but it isn’t.
Summary—The Doctor makes a scene at a party, and a heavily pregnant River is furious.
A/N—I found this knocking about on my Hard Drive. It’s from a pregnancy sex series I had going ages ago.
I think what irritates me the most about this whole Danny Pink situation is the fact that Moffat apparently doesn’t think Clara can carry a season on her own. If bland, uninteresting Martha can have her own season and not have the show crash and burn, I guarantee you Clara could have as well. Twelve and Clara would’ve been the best season of New Who. I just know it. Instead Moffat’s taking away time for more of her character development because all of a sudden he just pulled a new companion out of thin air and now obviously has to introduce him. If on top of that Moffat adds a romance between Danny and Clara which leads to the most unnecessary love triangle in the history of time I may actually be done with the show until they get a new show-runner.
Can Danny just be Clara’s fab gay friend? There’s been a severe lack of homo vibes on this show without Jack. I’d be so okay with that and with a name like Danny Pink he really isn’t that far off anyway.
Also…can we drop the “He’s going to be awesome because he’s the first POC we’ve had since Martha!” I’m sorry, but since when does being a POC automatically mean you are a nicely-written, well-rounded, three-dimensional character? I’ve come across many terrible POC characters in my day. I’m all for inclusiveness and better representation of everyone in the media, but don’t start stanning a character just because of the color of their skin.
And now let’s count down the top ten BS singles in this post.
10. is Bland Uninteresting Martha with their hit single Did Shakespeare Hit On You? (Did You Walk The Earth?)
At 9. we have Clara Shalt Not Developfeat.Women Who Have Romantic Subplots Are Bad Women with the summer smash Only One May Have A Character Arc!
Coming 8. is the comeback kids Love Triangle with The Only Reason Danny Exists Is for Sexual Tension
Love Triangle also come in at number 7. with their second hit from their platinum album, Romance on TV is Girly and Therefore Stupid Because Everything Girls are Meant to Enjoy is Stupid
At number six it’s everyone’s favorite duo the Doctor and Oswald with their catchy Only Room for Two in the Whole Wide Tardis
Number five is a bit of a surprise with Canton and the Paternoster Gang delivering a gutsy ballad from their Album "Sever Lack of Homo Vibes" they’ve called Sorry We Didn’t Gay Everything Up Enough For Your Liking
Fab Gay Friend is the new hit sensation coming in at 4 with the song on everyone’s lips His Name Is Pink! He Must Be Gay!
Number Three is the Irritating Whovianwith their cover of Don’t Be THAT Fan's beloved pop song Fetishising The Gays
Just being pipped for number one is Dismissing POCs with the addictively catchy Danny’s Existence aka To Early To Be Excited But Early Enough To Write Blog Post about How Much He Will Suck.
And the number One song on the BS Top Ten Singles post is…
He Hasn’t Even Been On The Show Yet with Judge Him? I Hardly Know Him!
This is perfect.
Wanting to taste every bit of your body
I might have blogged this before, but I can’t get over how tickled-pink River is in it.
Characters: One, Eleven, the Doctor’s Mother, Amy, River
Words: 2,800 (complete)
Summary—He made it his vow to her on the occasion of her birth. Susan would be as dear to him as the woman whose love and fight brought him through and made him the man he had become, the woman who first introduced him to the agony of loss and grief, the woman who built for him the very cot in which his granddaughter now lay. His mother.
A/N—I was thinking about the Doctor’s cot, and I was also thinking a bit about the whole ‘part human on my mother’s side’ thing. This is an origin story of sorts, but mostly it’s about the Doctor’s mother and his relationship with her. I borrowed bits of lore from Lungbarrow, which I haven’t read yet, for the record.
I had to write scenes where The Doctor and River were alone in the Tardis and I remember thinking, “Oh dear God.” That’s the situation I try to avoid — for obvious reasons.