|Reviews for When Time Runs Out|
| HeKillsWithHisSmile chapter 1 . 4/25/2011
so cute. loved it!
| xoxoAndWhatxoxo chapter 1 . 1/6/2010
I want to cry, I really do. That was beautiful, I loved it. Thank-you for posting, it's just so damn fantstic. YesI'mWeird x
| Drose Forever chapter 1 . 8/21/2009
Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
| Forkz94 chapter 1 . 1/24/2009
That was really beautiful. :D
| CaskettKlainer chapter 1 . 1/22/2009
Boy, you were write, that was cheesey.
| SheWroteTheWords chapter 1 . 1/1/2009
This almost made me cry! It is in no way lame! It'sbrilliant!
| Dead Composer chapter 1 . 1/1/2009
Stories like yours make me wonder if Russell Davies' attempt to make the Rose/Doctor shippers happy only mucked things up even more.
Rose is stuck with a clone of the Doctor in a parallel universe. It's canon, we have to deal with it. However, Rose could have done much worse for herself. The clone is, for all intents and purposes, the Doctor, only human. He sees himself as the Doctor and his feelings for Rose are genuine. Rose should accept what she was given and be happy. Methinks that if the "real" Doctor considered a romantic relationship between himself and Rose to be a possibility, he would have jumped at one of the many chances he was given. So why didn't he? Is it the "Rose will age and die while I stay young" problem? Or does he simply want to keep Rose out of danger?
My point is, all things considered, having a Doctor clone isn't so bad.