What the hell am I doin’ here?
I don’t belong here.
I saw the birth of the universe and I watched as time ran out, moment by moment, until nothing remained. No time. No space.
J u s t m e .
I think he has the potential to be a wonderful character. Into the Dalek really did a wonderful job to display some of the contradictions of his character - something which is rather typical of Moffat’s characterisations, but I don’t think has been expressed that straight-forwardly in such a short time before. (Amy, Clara and River all have distinct differences between internal and external life, and let’s not forget about Rory, the down-to-earth nurse and larger-than-life Last Centurion.)
He’s a soldier and a teacher. He “plays” at modern warfare with a bunch of school kids and chokes back tears when asked whether he’s ever killed someone who wasn’t a soldier. He’s got an abundance of charisma, to the point where everyone around him assumes he’s a womanizer, and yet he’s the picture of awkwardness when faced with Clara.
He’s absolutely charming, instantly likeable and genuinely interesting as a person. I’m looking forward ot seeing more of him!
Hold on. Better lock the TARDIS. See, like a car. I locked it like a car. Like… It’s funny. No? Little bit. Blimey, try to make an Ood laugh.
Scientist of Tumblr, explain this.
Oh look, it’s a blogger!
Possibly the cutest expression I’ve ever seen on a man over fifty.