past relationships on Gallifrey? I know he had children, but did he ever actually have a wife? Because I have a theory that Missy is a wife or something like that of his. A women he knew on Gallifrey that knew what he did and is pissed. Maybe a women that died in the war before he got to save Gallifrey?
An article I read said that this
"You betrayed me. You betrayed my trust, our friendship, and everything I’ve ever stood for. You let me down.”
is a line from the finale synopsis. They didn’t specify who said it to who and in what context, but it could explain my theory a bit. It is just a theory.
Peter Capaldi waiting to go on stage at the World Tour Event in Sydney [x]
this is magic
"She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock. She was Lola in slacks, she was Dolly at school. She was Dolores on the dotted line. But in my arms she was always - Lolita. Light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin. My soul. Lolita."
Reblogging this in honor of Robin Williams. Please, if you are battling depression or suicidal thoughts, I desperately urge you to talk to someone. I will listen, and so will the people at this number.
The world lost a giant today and we’ll all grieve for one of the most brilliant comedic minds in multiple generations. But far too many other brilliant, beautiful minds go unrecognized and go far too soon from this life. If you are at risk, or if you suspect someone you love may be at risk for attempting suicide, please reach out. Reach out to me, I will listen. Reach out to the help hotlines. They will listen. Reach out to someone. You aren’t alone, you are loved, and suicide is not the answer.
Despite all our differences I think we can all agree on one thing
Robin Williams was a fucking gift to humanity
Rest in peace, Robin Williams. Do amazing things with your words, and don’t be afraid of your big ideas.
Robin Williams was the funniest man to ever live. It was truly a blessing to have grown up on and to have been surrounded by his work as a child. In my life Robin Williams was a constant source of happiness, laughter, and joy. I seriously feel like I’ve lost a close family member; I don’t even know what to say… Robin, thanks so much for all the laughter!
The life you lived, and the work you’ve done, will always be remembered. I look forward to the day I can share in the laughter of your films with my own kids. May you rest in peace.