starwhale-song:

what’s most endearing about River&Eleven is the way he looks at her and the way she smiles back

I like the fact that Ruth is a civil servant and not a detective. And yet she is working within that detective world. She understands what the families and the other people left behind are going through when somebody is missing. Ruth is more hands on dealing with them, which is something Sean has no capacity for. But she is learning on her feet and very quickly finds herself slightly wrong-footed because it’s a different world. She doesn’t quite know how to behave and there are certain lines she cannot cross. Ruth doesn’t step into this world lightly. But at the same time there is a slight naivety to her because she’s never been exposed to what the police see in terms of the horrors out there.” - Alex Kingston (x)

(Source: alexkingstons)

amythegloriouspond:

You might want to find something to hang on to.

John Barrowman, the man who brought Captain Jack Harkness to life on “Doctor Who” and its spinoff “Torchwood,” told The TV Addict that he and Alex Kingston, who plays River Song on “Doctor Who,” met at a party and instantly hit it off.

The two, who have both appeared on The CW’s “Arrow,” met at theater producer Cameron Mackintosh’s house in London for an anniversary celebration.

“We didn’t even say anything, we just looked at each other and went, ‘Aaaaaahhh! My god!’ We got a glass of champagne and started talking about how it would be great if River and Jack — actually, she said River and Jack should have their own TV show,” Barrowman said. “Then as we talked more, we realized that we’re both born on the same day. We’re both March 11 babies and we have so much in common. We like a lot of the same things and our attitude towards stuff is very, very similar. It struck a chord with us because that’s why River and Jack are very similar characters, in their attitude and their fun and their aggression, we are the same in real life — which is really ironic.”

petercapaldy:

Doctor Who dictionary

Hello, Sweetie /həˈləʊ ˈswiːti/: A greeting often used by River Song when meeting with her husband, The Doctor. It was also the first written words in the universe, carved into a diamond cliff on Planet One.

curlyfuzzylove:

So Karen says half of matts doctor was improvised on set which isn’t a surprise really having watched it BUT

we know he suggested this

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so did he also suggest this

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then this

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or this

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or maybe this

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hmmm

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you get where I am going with this 

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Hold On!!

themysticalsong:

What the fuck is this age gap everybody keeps talking about? I mean,

 

When Alex Kingston is not being 

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She is busy being an adorable 3 year old masquerading as a sexy woman

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On the other hand, when Matt Smith is not being 

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He is busy behaving like a Cosmic 9 year old

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So, what the hell is the problem?

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