Often in Doctor Who (and likely any show) we’re so involved in the story we forget to think about how things appear to the people on screen. And one of the biggest differences between what we experience and what they experience is music. Murray Gold is fantastic at what he does, there is no doubt, and his music is the cherry on top of the cake that is Doctor Who. But for now, just for a minute, let’s remove the music and experience Twelve’s coming from Clara’s perspective.
Twelve x Clara AU → TARDIS crashed in London in the 30s. The Doctor and Clara have to pretend that they are journalists to get close to the ship. But there is someone who will reveal their secret… and Clara will meet with one of her echoes.
Drawing request weekend (yes I’m still going at it!) number 10 (haw) for thefangirlnerd, who made the keen observation that I’ve drawn 11 and 12 but not 10. LIES! I’ve drawn 10! …Thrice! Now four times! I have a very scientific reason for this, I swear.
The Doctor is, has been, and will always be, a huge dork.