“Relationships don’t work the way they do on television and in the movies: Will they, won’t they, and then they finally do and they’re happy forever — gimme a break. Nine out of ten of them end because they weren’t right for each other to begin with, and half the ones that get married get divorced, anyway. And I’m telling you right now, through all this stuff, I have not become a cynic, I haven’t. Yes, I do happen to believe that love is mainly about pushing chocolate-covered candies and, you know, in some cultures, a chicken. You can call me a sucker, I don’t care, ‘cause I do…believe in it. Bottom line…is the couples that are truly right for each other wade through the same crap as everybody else, but, the big difference is, they don’t let it take ‘em down. One of those two people will stand up and fight for that relationship, every time if its right. And they’re real lucky. One of them will say something.”—Dr. Cox - Scrubs. (via drasticallyartsy)
Remember in the Almost People when there we two Doctors? And how subtle their shoe difference was, but how important it became in the end? Well look at this:
I’m assuming that this shot takes place before the Doctor visits Craig, since we are led to believe that Craig is the Doctor’s last…
There’s also a moment just at the beginning of a Good Man Goes to War, when Rory goes for River’s help.
River Song: It’s my birthday. The Doctor took me ice skating on the River Thames in 1814. The last of the great frost fairs. He got Stevie Wonder to sing for me under London Bridge. Rory: Stevie Wonder sang in 1814? River Song: Yes, he did! But you must never tell him. Rory: I’ve come from the Doctor too. River Song: Yes, but at a different point in time. Rory: Unless there’s two of them. River Song: No, that’s a whole different birthday.
For now, let’s ignore the bit of kink implied there.
RIVER ADMITS THERE WERE TWO DOCTORS AT A POINT IN TIME. Which let’s admit, could be any point as long as he didn’t cross his own time stream. How can there be two of him without crossing over? A flesh double. Perfection.
“oh, too hot for you? that’s cool, that’s cool, i hear you, what if i just rained every day for the rest of your life instead? would that be better? maybe i’ll do that. it won’t be hot. yeah, i’ll do that.”
florida is being a passive aggressive little prick.
There were the women in my own life, for one. My mother’s got the same kind of rapid fire mouth Marissa Tomei has in My Cousin Vinny whenever she had to clean shrimp, a task she really hates. Thern there were the women I saw on television- Lucille Ball, Gilda…