David Tennant's Trainers

Seriously, there's an outrageous amount of running involved.

September 13, 2014 2:30 am

fuckyeahtatennant:

A bit of Doctor/Donna smut under the cut for your Monday. ;)

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Don’t wait til Monday to read this….have a glorious weekend with this bouncing about in your head.

September 10, 2014 11:22 pm

Fic Nugget: “To Forgive, Divine”

lilsum4:

To Forgive, Divine is the sequel to my Ten/Donna fic To Err is Human. It’s mostly the Doctor’s POV and moves on to a fix-it. I’ve been laboring to get this written, and currently just have a bunch of disconnected pieces.

The good news is…most of those pieces are smut. Here’s a nugget. Hope you enjoy!

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Oh, please, Oh, Please, OH, PLEASE!

I need more of this perfection in my life and now rather than later!

August 17, 2014 1:01 pm
Peter Capaldi in 1994 on The All New Alexei Sayle Show
On the comedy sketch show, Capaldi played an eccentric time traveler in the recurring skit Drunk in Time.
Admit it- on first glance, he could be mistaken for another tall, skinny Scottish bloke with a bigger-on-the-inside blue box.

Peter Capaldi in 1994 on The All New Alexei Sayle Show

On the comedy sketch show, Capaldi played an eccentric time traveler in the recurring skit Drunk in Time.

Admit it- on first glance, he could be mistaken for another tall, skinny Scottish bloke with a bigger-on-the-inside blue box.

August 10, 2014 8:44 pm
Some of the members of Doctor Who Fans Unite-San Antonio were on hand tonight at Barnes & Noble for Doctor Who Night to welcome the Twelfth Doctor to the TARDIS.  (Check out the Time Lord on the back right!)

Some of the members of Doctor Who Fans Unite-San Antonio were on hand tonight at Barnes & Noble for Doctor Who Night to welcome the Twelfth Doctor to the TARDIS.  (Check out the Time Lord on the back right!)

August 7, 2014 9:36 pm

drwhogeek:

This is a John Barrowman appreciation post and I need to clarify why.  I had the pleasure of interacting with JB twice this year, once in Houston at Comicpalooza and again in San Antonio last weekend.  While in Houston (where I told JB he was only one of two men on the planet I’d spend 15 minutes on my knees in a corset just to speak to - but I digress), I thanked him for being who he was and for playing Captain Jack because his choices made my job as a parent infinitely easier and told him why. 

When my son Alton was five, he was sitting at the coffee table coloring while Doctor Who was on.  We had just watched Bad Wolf/Parting of the Ways and my son looked up at me suddenly and said, “Jack kissed Rose, so he likes girls.” 

I watched him carefully as I answered, “Yes, Jack likes Rose and he knows she likes him, too, so he kissed her.” 

He went back to his coloring and then said, “And Jack kissed the Doctor, so he likes boys.” 

I nodded and said,”Yes, Jack likes the Doctor as well and he wanted him to know it.”

My five-year-old son said, “So it’s OK to kiss someone when you love them as long as it’s OK with them?”

I nodded and that was it.  He was satisfied and went back to his coloring.

Whenever he had questions about anything to do with sexuality, Alton always prefaced his questions with, “So, Mom, remember when Captain Jack…?” and I always knew it was going to be an interesting conversation.

I found out earlier this year that an older boy close to our family harassed another boy who came out as gay.  He taunted him and called him horrible names, but he made the mistake of doing this in front of my son and tried to enlist him as well.  He fully expected my boy to join in, so he was surprised when my then-eight-year old pointedly refused to do so. 

"You watch Doctor Who, right?" Alton said.  "And you like Captain Jack, right?" 

The older boy answered, “Yeah, but what’s that got to do with it?”

My boy answered, “Well, for starters, it makes you a hypocrite.  If Jack can like boys and you don’t care, why do you care who he likes?  It’s none of your business.  Jack and the Doctor would both be ashamed of you.”

And that was it.  My boy didn’t tell me about this at all.  I found out about it from a third-party who witnessed it and asked me about it months later.  My son didn’t even think his reaction was unusual enough to mention to me.   He did what he thought was right and moved on- end of story.

When John was in San Antonio, I tried to tell him that the boy with me was the same one I told him about in Houston, but several months and numerous conventions had passed since then, and I didn’t really have the time to explain while in an autograph line, so I’m pretty sure he didn’t remember.  Nevertheless, John was absolutely lovely to my son.  He posed with him, with both of them saluting the camera.  When we went through the line to have the photo autographed, my son gave JB his own picture dressed in his Captain Jack costume.  John immediately grabbed a marker and had my son autograph the picture, “To John, Love Alton.”  My son is still telling people about this.

I always knew John Barrowman was a lovely person- and so was Scott, by the way- but now I have irrefutable proof.

June 2, 2014 8:41 pm

When I was at Gallifrey in February, I asked Paul McGann to give my son a Doctor’s note for missing school.  Recently, I missed two days of work to go to Comicpalooza in Houston to see four Doctors.  So I thought, why not?

Here are my Doctor’s notes for missing work from Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann.  (Yes, I really, really gave the first Paul McGann autograph to my son’s teacher.)

Paul McGann remembered me from LA and was delighted when I showed him the 8,000+ hits on tumblr the original post received.  He also told me that prior to my request, none of the Doctors remembered being asked for a Doctor’s note but since then, all of them have received at least one request.

Wish me luck- I’m on a mission to get them all, now.

May 13, 2014 5:57 am

And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why I love linen.

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Happy Birthday, David Tennant!
in Circular Gallifreyan

Happy Birthday, David Tennant!

in Circular Gallifreyan

April 12, 2014 8:15 am
Your Daily Tennant Squee- David Tennant - Sweet night good heart

This left me in a puddle on the floor.

April 6, 2014 10:33 pm

A Rare Opportunity to See All the Living Classic Doctors, Save One…

Comicpalooza just announced that not only will Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann be attending the convention in Houston May 23-26, but Peter Davision will also be there as well!  This is a rare chance stateside to see all the living Classic Who Doctors at once, save, of course, Tom Baker.

In addition to Doctors Five through Eight, they will also have John Barrowman (who I would be excited to see all by himself) and Neve McIntosh who plays Madame Vastra, and James Masterson who, among his many geek credits, appeared in Torchwood.  (Sorry, I know he’s been in tons more noteworthy things, but I’m DW focused, here.)

In addition, they offer a Time Lord VIP pass, in advance only, for $235, which includes the following:

    • Autograph for Colin Baker
    • Autograph for Sylvester McCoy
    • Autograph for Paul McGann
    • Autograph for John Barrowman
    • Half hour early entry to the exhibit halls
    • Priority seating at Doctor Who-related panels and Q&As (this is not reserved seating; it is first-in-line priority)
    • Line jump for autographs and photo ops for Doctor Who guests.


(Peter Davison is not included because he was a late addition to the program, but guys- really!  This is a great deal as it is, as it’s only $8 more per day than the regular VIP Pass at the door.)

This is a totally volunteer, fan-run, non-big corporate convention, and they’re taking a big chance on including so many Doctor Who guests.  These guys spend months- years, even- of their lives planning and organizing this, and they don’t make a penny from it.  They want to make this a Doctor Who friendly event with a proven track record of bringing in crowds so that in the future, they can point to their success and prove that an audience exists for DW in order to bring in more New Who guests.  Let’s prove to them that the audience exists outside LA and the corporate conventions so that we can enjoy more DW guests stateside.

The group I’m involved with will be there and we’ll be bringing our TARDIS as well as hosting three panel discussions on Doctor Who.  Come and share the Whovian joy!

March 14, 2014 12:47 pm
While the rest of the cast of Star Wars seem to have been able to move forward with their careers, Chewbacca has fallen on hard times, indeed.

While the rest of the cast of Star Wars seem to have been able to move forward with their careers, Chewbacca has fallen on hard times, indeed.

4:11 am

The Song of my People

So I’m standing in the bookstore this afternoon, minding my own business, perusing the graphic novels, when - for the barest fraction of a second - my heart flooded with indescribable hope and joy.  A moment later, I was inconsolably depressed when I realized the sound of the TARDIS landing was coming from a cookie jar someone had opened the next aisle over.

March 13, 2014 8:19 pm
Based on this scale, my life rates about a 2 and that’s just because I have a laptop and Wi-Fi.

Based on this scale, my life rates about a 2 and that’s just because I have a laptop and Wi-Fi.

March 12, 2014 3:27 pm
Sitting at Main Event while my son and his friend do their 7th round of Laser Tag, as I pass the time writing smutty DW fanfic on my phone.

I sincerely wonder if this is what Steve Jobs ever envisioned people doing when Apple created the iPhone.

Sitting at Main Event while my son and his friend do their 7th round of Laser Tag, as I pass the time writing smutty DW fanfic on my phone.

I sincerely wonder if this is what Steve Jobs ever envisioned people doing when Apple created the iPhone.