Author has written 79 stories for Doctor Who, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Sherlock.
I like Doctor Who. And Sherlock and Hetalia. Obviously.
Doctor Who is the greatest TV show in the history of forever. The previous statement is a fact, not an opinion.
By Order of the The Official Time Lord Registry,
Let it be known that on the date March the Twenty-Third, Two Thousand Eleven,
x-Avarice-x gazed upon the Untempered Schism and saw time in all its infinite possibilities and eternity and was inspired.
Her chosen name is The Professor, for her intense love of knowledge and teaching others to broaden both their minds and horizons.
So it was chosen and so it shall be,
The order is stamped with the Seal of the Time Lords.
My Favorite Doctors (I have really only seen the new series, so don't kill me)
#1: David Tennant, Doctor 10 - Duh. This is the most 'duh' you could ever get about anything. He's just too amazing for words. It took me a long time to admit that he was my favorite, because I hold so much love for 9. Sometimes I feel like I have an Amy Complex (yes, that's what I'm calling it) about him. I admire the fact that he will save anyone's life, no matter what they've done. He's changed me as a person; I have a much bigger heart now than I used to have.
My Favorite Who Companions:
#1: Donna Noble - DUH. Donna did more for the Doctor than any other companion I've ever seen, not that I've seen every companion, but still. New series, she did the most. Forget Rose and Amy, Donna is where it's at.
Why I utterly despise Rose - Oh, Rose. Annoying, stupid, self-centered Rose. In the beginning, she leaves her boyfriend because she suddenly realizes that she thinks he's worthless. Lovely. And then, she has to touch the flipping Dalek and regenerate it. Yes, she didn't really know that that was going to happen, I will give her that. But she's "so human" that the Dalek commits suicide. What's that even about anyway? "So human"? Some humans are more human than others? So she's left her boyfriend and made someone kill themselves. Okay, next point. She saves her dad from being killed, which in turns kills the Doctor. She's so self-righteous and she EXPECTS him to come back for her even though she doesn't deserve it. And, when he's finally rid of her, she comes back using a Dimension Cannon, something that the Doctor told her NEVER TO DO because it would COLLAPSE both universes and kill the TRILLIONS of living things in both of them. And she doesn't care. Yes, she's that terrible. Just think about it.
Why I sort of like Martha - The thing that I liked about Martha, which was a nice change from Rose, is the fact that Martha is very book smart. She's studying to be a doctor, and she eventually gets her degree and becomes one. She has the smarts to do it. She also had the courage to walk the Earth for a year, watching her fellow humans die around her and not go completely insane. I'd trust her (or Jack) with my life. But what I DON'T like about her, is... basically everything else. She's both whiny and clingy, she can't get over the fact that the Doctor likes Rose and not her (which admittedly makes little sense) and she constantly throws herself at him, then acts like it's all his fault when her feelings aren't returned. She's also rather prissy, in my opinion, a whiner when she doesn't get something she wants.
Why I love/adore Donna - Oh, Donna Noble. Amazingly wonderful Donna Noble. I don't think there's a single thing I dislike about Donna. I love the fact that she's older, an interesting contrast to both Rose and Martha. Her perspective on life is a little different than theirs. I also adore her abrasive personality. I think it's amazing. She also insults the Doctor sometimes, calling him a spaceman and a martian. Real friends insult each other. She loves the Doctor, to be sure, but not in the way that Rose and Martha loved him. She loves him as a friend, which is exactly what he needed when she showed up. She wasn't like Martha in throwing herself at him. She was his absolute best friend, and the best choice for a best friend. She healed him by being there for him and helping him when he needed it. She took his burden onto herself, sharing in the actions that caused not-so-desirable things to happen. Not to mention that she's bloody BRILLIANT. Absolutely THE greatest companion in the history of the show.
Why I don't like Amy - I truly dislike Amy. She acts like she doesn't even like Rory, the man she's supposed to marry, then she tries to cheat on him with the Doctor. And THEN, in "Amy's Choice", she suddenly decides she loves him when he dies (hence the aforementioned "Amy Complex"). Contrary to popular belief, mistaking your grief for love is NOT romantic. It's idiotic and a terrible plot point. She's also rather prissy, overly feminine, and her outfits are skanky... Not to mention that every time there's a close up of her face, her eyes get wide like a raccoon with Tourette's and I think she's going to run off scared into a corner.
P.S. The Master is mine. Don't even think about it. No really. Don't. He's mine. We're getting married as soon as he finds his way back out of the Time Lock.
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