INTO THE DALEK RECAP

killercometocall:

Because why not do it again?

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michaelssw0rd:

Their first proverbial steps out of the Tardis!

very important TARDIS door kicking

This is definitely “A Mad Man In A Blue Box” shot, excellent!
From Thursday’s Radio Times issue

snowflakeanderson:

#all you need to know about captain jack in one gifset

They dried off surprisingly quickly.

notmattsmith:

nine: don’t wander off

ten: don’t wander off

eleven: don’t wander off

twelve: 

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cleowho:

"My main force of Daleks is well hidden!"

Revelation of the Daleks - season 22 - 1985

  • Doctor: "See all those years ago, when I began, I was just running. I called myself the Doctor, but it was just a name. Then I went to Skaro. And then I met you lot. And I understood who I was. The Doctor was not the daleks."
  • Rusty: "You are a good dalek."
  • Doctor: ...Well crap.

I was thinking why the ship from “Into the Dalek” was called Aristotle. Aristotle was a philosopher that focused on many things-one of them being ethics.

The whole premise of this episode was about what is right and wrong. What is good? What is evil? The Doctor struggles with finding out if he is a good man and if there is such a thing as a good dalek. This is an episode that explores Twelve’s morality and behavior, with Clara having to set him straight.

When the Doctor enters Aristotle, he is essentially placed in a situation where he must think about ethics and what he has really learned about morality. It acts as a teacher for him, just as the philosopher once did. So if Aristotle isn’t a good name for that ship, I don’t know what is.

Bonus quote: “There’s a bit more to a modern soldier than just shooting people. I like to think there’s a moral dimension.” -Danny Pink

tennants-hair:

when i find myself in times of trouble

the 12th doctor comes to me

speaking words of wisdom

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litlpup:

pattroughton:

Q&A in Rio [x]

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