Yes has all those tannins you know!
Author's Response: It does, which is why I can't drink it anymore =( Thank you.
Remember the Tardis when it was painted up with Clara's face surrounded by roses? 😢
Author's Response: Yes, it was beautiful! Thank you!
You could teach a whole collegiate curriculum with what you just wrote. You seem to be hanging out in all the right places!;)
Author's Response: Thank you! Such a great compliment!
Watching a companion leave/change/die is only a one time tv view for me. I was a mess after Amy & Rory "left". I swear I shrank a quilt with my tears after Donna was made to forget the Doctor. Peri
Broke my heart.6th Doctors face just fell. For all his "durm and strang" about them, he loved his companions just as much as his other incarnations. Though, my very favorite companion of his is the whifferdill , Frobisher. I think I have only read 2 stories with him in it on this site.
Author's Response: I don't even remember him, but my memories of Doctors 5 through 8 are sketchy at best, it's been a very long time since I've seen any of their episodes. Watching companions leave, or the Doctor regenerate, is always hard. thank you.
Yeah, that was a good reunion. Great episode.
Author's Response: Yes, it's one of my favourites. I was so psyched to see Sarah-Jane again, plus it had Anthony Head as the villain =) Thank you!
I can't rewatch this episode. Between Donna and Rose, it was just too much.
They gotta start making stronger kleenex!
Author's Response: It was a tough one, Donna's fate just broke my heart especially, but I keep going back and writing about it. My way of dealing I suppose. Same with Rose. Thank you.
He had a beautiful canary yellow car named Bess, and a Whomobile that could fly too!
Author's Response: I know! I actually got my photo taken with what might have been the original Bessie or a replica, not entirely sure. Love that car! Thank you!
I can imagine it would be very distracting. I would wonder how they teach children of Gallifrey this. ?
Author's Response: It's easy enough to tell them about it, explain the mechanics as it were, but actually experiencing it is another matter entirely. Thank you!
It's good to be kind. And the Doctor remembered
Author's Response: He did, Donna's act of kindness stuck in his mind. Thank you.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Author's Response: It was so chilling when we discovered that, but Derek Jacobi was wonderful, I liked him, until he turned out to be the Master. Thank you!
I read A lot of paranormal and true crime books. You would be surprised by how many deaths occur around quarries. Clearly,dangerous areas to investigate or check alone.....in.....rain....at night.....look out, behind you!😱
Author's Response: Actually, that doesn't surprise me. Quarries are dangerous anyway, and the perfect places for body dumps and stuff. I wouldn't want to be in one at night, alone... *shudders* Thank you!
I still miss her. Can you just imagine her with 9 or 12? Both Docs would get along better with her grandad WILF than with her!😁
Author's Response: Me too, I write Donna quite a bit because she's my favourite companion. I loved Wilf too, I can practically here him and Twelve having a natter. Thank you!
He won it, hand down!
Author's Response: LOL! I see what you did there! Yep, the Doctor, earth's champion, whether Torchwood One believes it or not. Thank you!
I bet 50% of the human race are related to Jack!;)
Author's Response: *snicker* Oh, at least that many! He does love to say hello ;) Thank you!
You forgot about the bunk beds,too!
Author's Response: I didn't really forget, but 100 words don't always allow enough space to include everything. Thank you!