Doctor and Rose: The “proper” kiss from Journey’s End (as shown on Doctor Who Confidential 4x13)
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make me choose » anonymous asked: Eighth Doctor
or War Doctor
(The 26 worst episodes of the 2013-14 television season, part 1 The A.V. Club)
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hardythehermitcrab replied to your post “*FRIENDLY REMINDER WE GET MORE ALEC HARDY AND ELLIE MILLER*”
bUT HAVE YOU SEEN THIS http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2689995/Broadchurch-sequel-It-s-sneak-preview-series-t-wait-come-TV-screens.html WHAT IF ELLIE AND ALEC GO TO DA CLUB
NO I HAVEN’T SEEN THAT! HOW VERY DARE YOU SEND ME SOMETHING LIKE THAT RIGHT WHEN I’M TRYING TO GET OFF AND GO TO BED AND THINK HAPPY ALEC THOUGHTS?!?!!
NO, Alec, stop running! No!
And ha! I wonder if it really is an unemployed Alec getting sucked into the continuing aftermath because Ellie gets the equivalent of a misdemeanor over whatever confrontation occurs at that club and she calls him and he of course can’t not help. Because I really really doubt he and Ellie are together at the club ;P And not to mention, he’d obviously be involved anyway in the ensuing trial of Joe and whatever drama surrounds that.
ugh, THIS DOES NOT HELP MY FEELS IN ANY WAY!
Yeah, but he knows that his health was almost a liability to the Latimer case. If he hadn’t had a heart attack (basically) when Joe called the first time, they would have caught him then. Would he really jeopardise a case like that?
In short, yes. If he believed and felt that he needed to be on the case, he would view his life as a price to be paid instead of a liability to it. Not that that’s a healthy mental state to be in, but this is Alec Hardy, is so far gone that he barely sees himself as a human being with any trace of worth. He’s an expendable comodity, even in his own eyes. Paradoxically, I think he’s also got a strange sense of invincibility about his mortality. I think there’s part of him that, given a case like Danny’s (and possibly whatever this next is going to be), he simply won’t actually die until he solves it. He has to believe that because it’s the only shred of self-worth and hint of purpose he has left - “Otherwise, why am I still here?” He has to find some reason to still be alive, but that doesn’t mean he cares about himself. I think his only sense of self-preservation he has left is an instinctive in-the-moment-while-his-body-is-trying-to-die-and-live-all-at-the-same-time. And yes, that does mean he’s ultimately a potential liability to a case. But if all he does is see himself as an expendable commodity……
Oh man, he can’t be half dead again can he? I mean they wouldn’t let him work if he weren’t cleared by medical. So surely it’ll be all the BROTP goodness and none of the don’t you die on me misery.
Since when has Alec Hardy followed the rules?! What if the Chief Super offered him a desk/strictly-in-office job and he took it because he had no other job prospects, and then promptly broke every injunction not to work on whatever case BC2 is going to be because Alec! and some sort of personal connection or Ellie asked for his help? Or what if he’s still unemployed and gets sucked into the case as a “civilian” (again, for whatever reason)? This is Alec Hardy we’re talking about here, and until I see with my own eyes that Chibnall has removed death from breathing over his shoulder, I will not rest easy in the least….
BUT HE’S RUNNING AND ALL ANGSTY AND DESPAIRING LOOKING STILL AND I DON’T KNOW IF I CAN COPE WITH HIM ALMOST DYING ALL THE TIME AGAIN!!!!
On the other hand, if we get more amazing, “Do I irk you, Miller?”, “I pray every night you’ll stop asking me questions”, and “I hoped you might choke on the seeds” interactions, bring on the BROTP again! :D
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