The Cookie MonsterThe Doctor does some maintenance on the Tardis, with unexpected side effects for Rose.The Cookie Monster in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"What?!" she yelled from down the corridor.
"Where's my sonic screwdriver?"
"It's in your pocket!"
"I'm not wearing my pocket!"
"Huh?" Rose stuck her head into the Tardis console room and looked around. The Doctor was indeed not wearing his pockets. He was in his shirtsleeves, buried upside down halfway in the Tardis decking as he did something unexplainable to the Tardis. His hand waved vaguely in the direction of his coat and jacket which were thrown over the curved support nearest the door.
Rose rolled her eyes and went to get it for him. "Here." She slapped his screwdriver into his groping hand and crouched down trying to see what he was doing.
"Wonderful. Thank you." He twirled the screwdriver in his hand, took a firm grip, and whacked the butt of it against some recalcitrant piece of machinery above him. Something popped loose with a faint gonging sound. "Hold this for a minute."
DancingRiver loved dancing with the Doctor.Dancing in Sci-Fi More Like This
Okay, the Doctor was a total embarrassment when he fast danced. But his total abandon urged her on to her own goofy moves, and always brought a light of appreciation to his eyes. He said she moved like a hunter, like a big sleek cat, even when she was doing the funky chicken. He moved like a giraffe. She had a fondness for giraffes.
But she'd be a fool to say she didn't enjoy it. Fast dancing with him was just so fun!
But slow dancing. Oh, she loved to slow dance with the Doctor. To have an excuse to cuddle close in his arms, her head on his shoulder, his cheek against her hair. Swaying slowly to the music. Sometimes music was even optional.
She'd slow danced with him on an alien beach of blue sand, under the light of a golden moon, with no sound but the sigh of the waves.
She'd slow danced with him at the top of a giant tree, with more stars overhead than at any other time in the universe.
His soft double heartbeat under her ear, his
Changing Rooms(River Song, Jamie McCrimmon)Changing Rooms in Sci-Fi More Like This
River needs a change of clothes, and doesn't much care which Tardis she gets them from...
Jamie strode into the Tardis costume room grumbling under his breath. The Doctor had told him that his shirt stank. He'd only been wearing it a week!
Resigned, since it was the Doctor's house after all, he pulled his shirt off over his head and shoved it in the hole in the wall where the invisible maids did the cleaning.
He wandered to a corner and started rummaging through the pile of shirts there. It's not like the Doctor had any dearth of garments. He could outfit a whole clan with the clothes just in this room.
This one was too small, that one was too long, that one was too... glittery. The air circulation in the Tardis washed a cool breeze over his back. He smiled. Just like home. It also brought the sound of someone humming.
He stopped digging and stood. The hackles rose on his neck. The Doctor was in the control room. No one else should be in here. He si
Secret SantaThe Doctor and River take Amy and Rory to a world where Secret Santa has been raised to a whole new level.Secret Santa in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Where are the sleigh bells?" Amy asked, rummaging through the boxes and bags scattered all over the Tardis floor.
Rory turned around, covered in Christmas tree lights, he had a neat loop of them around his neck and around both shoulders, like a bright bandolier. He was methodically unwinding them as he draped them around the artificial purple Christmas tree the Doctor had dug out of the hold.
"Not me," he said, sucking around the haft of a green candy cane. Amy looked up and shook her head in fond exasperation at him, only he would so practically hang lights on a tree that way.
"Not me!" the Doctor said from the base of the main stairs up on the console floor. He brandished a spatula. He was covered in frosting, a Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer apron, and was building a rather lopsided gingerbread house, with liberal use of multi-colored frosting and sprinkles.
"I've got th
Sontaran Encounter - (11th Doctor/River/Jack)The Doctor and River run into Jack, who's a bit befuddled about their relationship.Sontaran Encounter - (11th Doctor/River/Jack) in Sci-Fi More Like This
Jack shot at one of the bulky figures over the wooden barricade he was hiding behind. Blaster fire and grenades exploded all around him, peppering him with debris.
He ducked back behind his barricade and changed out the charge pack in his gun. A lanky man ran up, slipped in the shale, and joined him behind the barricade. The floppy haired individual stared up at him in shock.
"Jack! What are you doing here?" he said in a high pitched, surprised voice.
"Shooting people," Jack said, and took a couple of potshots over the barrier. "Who the hell are you?"
"Jack," the man said with a trace of hurt. "It's me."
"Gonna have to be more specific than that," Jack said, sighting down his gun. "I know a lot of me's."
"Oh, right, the face."
Jack's head whipped around at that. He scanned the man in front of him, young, pretty mouth, thick hair, wearing, good god, a bow tie and tweed. "Doctor?"
The man grinned.
Banquet of RichesA temporal anomaly has left River stuck with the Doctor. All 11 of him. "How's a girl supposed to resist?"Banquet of Riches in Sci-Fi More Like This
River looked around her and her eyes got brighter and brighter.
It hadn’t been her fault this time, and she was doing her best to help fix it. They’d linked up the ships into a recursive stasis loop. All they had to do was surround the black hole and force it backward in time to just before its creation, then seal it off.
It was only a little black hole, but, by definition, they all were at heart.
The problem was the engineers. They were working together, but they couldn’t stop arguing.
The burly older one with the amazing white hair and magnificent physique, was arguing with a shorter, extremely energetic one in checkered pants. That cute little powder-keg over there was poking his umbrella at a much larger, deliciously teddy-bearish one who was waving his arms in wide remonstration, his colorful attire speaking of a self-confidence that had delightful po
Never Boring - (River/Doctor)Even the most hectic life has its quiet moments...Never Boring - (River/Doctor) in Sci-Fi More Like This
It was quiet.
It was just the two of them. There was no one around. Just them, a grassy hillside, a checkered blanket, a beautiful sunrise, soft morning air, and birdsong.
River lay back on the blanket and sighed, the morning sunlight washing over her.
The Doctor turned his head to look at her, and smiled. Her eyes were closed, her athletic body relaxed, the sun glinted golden in her curls. She looked perfectly satisfied.
"Better than Stormcage?" he asked.
She smiled and turned to look at him. His hair was mussed and sticking out all over - ruffling in the gentle breeze. Her eyes drifted down over his long form, his legs crossed at the ankle, hands threaded comfortably on his stomach.
"Mmm..." she hummed her agreement, eyes sliding back up, simply enjoying looking at him.
He smiled and turned on his side, propping himself up on one arm. He plucked a pie
GrandparentsWhat would happen if River Song accidentally ran into her grandparents?Grandparents in Sci-Fi More Like This
River knocked briskly on the door.
“Just a moment!” yelled a gruff, congenial voice from beyond the muffling wood. There was the sound of a shuffle, and some sharp, high pitched barks. “Back, Tipsy!” the voice ordered, not very authoritatively.
The door opened to reveal a balding, heavyset older man, her height, with merry brown eyes and comical flyaway eyebrows.
A tiny brown Chihuahua charged out of the door beside him and began bouncing excitedly around her feet.
“Tipsy! Down!” the man said in a harassed voice, bending over, trying to catch the excited little dog.
“It's all right,” she said, smiling at the comical scene, as the pudgy man fruitlessly snatched at the bouncing dog. He gave it up and stood.
“Sorry about that, she doesn't bite,” he assured her, a bit red faced, both from the bending and the embarrassment.
She looked down at the little
Special Occasions(11th Doctor, River Song)Special Occasions in Romance More Like This
There's always time for a special occasion. And the Doctor has planned one for River.
The Doctor and River stood, bundled up, in the doorway of the Tardis looking out on the pristine snowy landscape. Mountains reigned in the distance, a shadowy presence beyond the lazily falling snow. A wide, pine studded valley opened up at their feet, the river rimmed with ice.
The air was soft and silent, only the crackle of the fireplace behind them punctuating the stillness.
The Doctor had picked her up from Stormcage and taken her skiing. She hadn't been skiing in ages, and she was frankly surprised he could do it. She was the one who'd ended up tangled and rolling. He'd had to dig her out of a snowdrift. She'd loved it.
He'd even reconfigured one of the rooms in the Tardis into a snug little chalet for them. Redwood paneled walls, plush carpet, and a sunken fireplace in the middle. The room opened directly to the outside. So they'd stumbled back in, laughing, cak
Anniversary BluesIt's River's first wedding anniversary since her last kiss with the Doctor. She's not handling it well.Anniversary Blues in Short Stories More Like This
"She's in there," the sweating man waved at the bar. "She's crazy! Unfortunately, she's also a good shot."
"What set her off?"
"Hell if I know," the little man rubbed his bald pate. "She came in looking like she wanted to drown her sorrows, and next thing I know she's shooting shit out of my bar!"
The tall man patted him on the shoulder, "I'll see what I can do."
He walked into a smoking rubble of a bar. Tables were turned over, drinks spilled, bottles shattered, glass crunched under foot.
He found her sitting in the corner, back to the wall, a whining gun in one hand, and a half-empty bottle of Tequila in the other. From the evidence on the table it wasn't the first.
"River," he muttered calmingly.
She looked wired, her eyes electric, as dangerous as someone with nothing to lose. She shot at him. The bolt sizzled over his shoulder, close enough that he felt the heat of i
When We SayWhen We Say in Fan Fiction More Like This
You see, the difference between a virus and a toxin is that the virus eventually will kill you. It goes without saying that the toxin will eventually kill you too, because obviously, it's still toxic. But if it's Aenidiea K78 then that's a whole other story.
Of course, when you're gassing an entire population of people in a building to death, you tend to skip the details. Virus sounds a lot deadlier than toxin doesn't it? Fast-acting viruses cause even more of a commotion. If you're an invading alien, you usually don't explain that there's a cure, a sliver of hope.
Aenidiea K78 is a compound that puts the contaminated into a death-like state. It attacks the nervous system, starting with the brain stem. Then it spreads and targets the neurons, paralyzing the axons. The brain slows down, and the messages sent slow down as well. Eventually, the heart beats extremely slow. The pulse is impossible to feel. But somehow… somehow you're still alive. The chemical in the
Good-byeMain Entry: goodbyeGood-bye in Fan Fiction More Like This
Variants: goodbye, good-by
Etymology: alteration of godbwye meaning God be with you
Date: circa 1580
What kind of word was goodbye? Goodbye. Good-bye. Good-bye. The "bye" part was understandable. It was a short statement of farewell. But the "good?" What was so good about "goodbye" when it was forever? These were the things Ianto Jones pondered about during the time in between the Hub exploding and Floor 13. Goodbye was, in Ianto's book, a one-word oxymoron.
That's why he never said it when he died.
The Fall of SpringIn the 21st century, spring was a time of rebirth. The sun came up from the skies, the wind would rise. The flowers would bloom again and the trees would bud. It was as if all around the world, the biological clock of nature and humans said, "it's time!"The Fall of Spring in Fan Fiction More Like This
Jack, however, never once understood this concept. The whole "spring feel" was as alien to him as a Dalek or a Slitheen. He could barely remember a day in his long lived life that was a happy, worry-free spring day. First it was waiting in fear of invaders on their Boeshane Peninsula. Then came the terrorizing attack in which he lost Gray. Somewhere down the line, Jack found out that first time he'd died had been in the springtime. And the last time was when he left Earth for good.
Spring. What was that but a name for a period of time? It was truly and surely a misnomer. Fall, on the other hand, it meant everything. Dying. The leaves, the trees, the flowers, the weather. His heart. After all, September 2009 of the 456 was in the
When You're GoneApologies are often open ended,When You're Gone in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
If you don't mean it.
You want to say it before you don't have the time.
Somewhere out there,
He's watching me.
Somewhere out there,
You're telling me it's alright.
But it's not
Because when you're gone,
And I'm watching you go.
Where you're gone,
And I'm left here all alone.
When you're gone
And they see,
There was nowhere else to be
But with you.
I didn't get to say-
I still whisper into the air at night,
Though you're not there.
I need you next to me but never again, no~
If I could it take it all back,
I'd do it over again.
Turn it all around
Someone needs to hold me back.
Don't say it's alright,
Because it's not.
To take it away.
In from the rain.
And I'll say:
"Here I am,
Standing alone in this rain."
All that I am is here to say.
The only thing I'm missing is you.
Because when you're gone,
You said everything was gonna be OK.
When you're gone,
Nothing's ever gonna be th
What They SayWhat They Say in Fan Fiction More Like This
Gwen Cooper, leader of Torchwood Cardiff, effective January 2010.
Martha Smith nee Jones, medic.
Mickey Smith, technology expert.
Lois Habiba, technical support and field agent.
It's another early day at work as they enter the Hub together, but something is wrong. They can tell right as they enter. Gwen spots Ianto's jacket on the sofa, evidence that it hasn't moved. But Martha sees the most obvious. The door to Jack's rebuilt and empty office is slightly ajar. No one has ever entered there since the Hub was rebuilt. Not even Ianto.
They quietly approach and eye the new couch in the office. Jack is sitting there, with Ianto lying on his lap. The immortal strokes his lover's hair as he whispers in Ianto's ear. The Welshman laughs, his eyes closed. He breathes in deeply and the rest of the team can see the look of perfect contentment on the younger man's face.
And they're incredibly happy for him.
That's when Jack notices and looks up at Gwen Cooper, Martha Jones,
Eye See You"Who wants to pilot the TARDIS?" the Doctor grinned.Eye See You in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Not me," both Rory and Amy replied at the same time. The Doctor frowned. "What if we crash?" Amy added.
"Spoilsports all if you." The Doctor shook his head.
"I prefer living if that's alright with you," Rory supplied.
The Doctor rolled his eyes slightly. "I'll be there to help you," laughed the Doctor. "Come on. How many people can say they've flown a timeship?"
"No one," replied Rory, "because if they did, they'd be sectioned."
"Nonsense, I know seven people. Come on Amy." The Time Lord dragged his ginger Scottish companion towards the console. He instructed her to place the lever at just the right angle. The TARDIS shook a bit and Amy reached for the stabilizers. She winked at the Doctor, remembering River Song. The Doctor gave her an unpleasant twitch of the lips.
The TARDIS shook again. Amy reached for the blue switches but the Doctor stopped her quickly with a yelp. Amy looked over at her fiancé. "He hates those buttons,"
Could-Have-Been KingThis was my world.Could-Have-Been King in Free Verse More Like This
The sun used to set in the in the east,
And the second sun would rise in the west.
It would shine,
It would sparkle,
Like a million white stars at night.
The silver moon would create the most perfect illusion,
The greatest quicksilver lake,
As the blossoms swayed in an eclipse breeze.
The red grass would crunch beneath our feet,
As everyone ran ignorantly through the endless fields.
This was my world.
Until it died in a burning fire of rage and misery.
Until it cried throughout the universe.
Until the shouts rang so clear in my head that I tore my eardrums out.
And the bomb went tick tock.
And the clock went stop.
Until the nightmare ended,
And a little part of me died.
This could have been my world.
All blissful and happy.
'til death do us part.
Friends all around me,
Enemies that I would redeem.
This could have been my world,
Until I ended it.
This is my world.
The misery and the guilt,
The hole they left,
And all the pain th
When worlds collide-3We landed in what looked like a restroom. From what I saw, a guy's restroom.When worlds collide-3 in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Oh, fun. A restroom." I said as me and the Doctor exited the TARDIS.
"The lavatory?!?! I could've swore I parked us next to the Jukebox. That's a bit weird. Ah well, could've been worse." I followed him to a door.
"Hah, you still can't fly her?"
"Oi! Wasn't me something was upsetting her." He held the door open for me, looking back thoughtfully at the TARDIS.
"Weird." I said and turned to exit the restroom.
'Hope that's not a foreshadowing thing....'
The diner we entered had a classic touch, a jukebox sat in a corner off to the left of the entrance doors. The walls were decorated with what looked like old records, CD's, neon signs, and all kinds of paintings.
A dozen tables were laid out in the first room, an alien writing painted on most, and were crowded with people. Some Cat-kind, and others who looked human with one exception; they had long pointed ears. Almost elf like
When Worlds CollideWhen Worlds Collide in Sci-Fi More Like This
I'm Mandy, Mandy Stark and this is my adventure.
It started when I was baby sitting. I know kind of a weird start off for an adventure; but hey gotta start somewhere.
So Jacob, the kid I was watching, had gotten a new football for his birthday. He decided that it'd be fun to toss it around inside the house. I, on the other hand, wanted to watch the new episode of Doctor Who. So we worked out a deal. We'd sit and watch Doctor Who till a commercial break came on then we'd go into the other room, where nothing breakable was, and we'd toss the ball. Simple. But what I didn't know was that he was gonna throw the ball at me while I was trying to figure out how to turn up the volume by hand. He'd lost the remote earlier that week.
"Think fast!" he yelled and the ball flew from his hands. I turned just in time to see where the ball was headed. I jumped to catch it.
I fell; and according to Jacob: "The TV ate me."
Yes I caught the ball.
Yes I fell on the
When worlds collide-2I woke up thinking that what had happened was just a dream, at least until I saw the room I was in. It was a yellow-ish color with intricate circular patterns on the walls and door. I tried to get up but fell back down because of the dizziness.When worlds collide-2 in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Careful, you have a minor concussion. I wouldn't move around to much if I were you. Wouldn't wanna make it any worse." he said while looking at some papers. I almost squealed when I saw that he was wearing his brainy specs.
"I do?" I rubbed my head and felt a bump where I had hit it.
"That was quite a fall." he said still studying the charts. I tried to see but couldn't read them. They were in Gallefrayen.
"So Doc, whats up with the suspicious cop act?" I thought aloud before I realized what I had said. "It's Doctor. NEVER call me Doc. Unless your bugs bunny and you don't look like a rabbit to me. And how do you know my name?" he looked at me, his gaze making me nervous. "Who doesn't know your name? Well technically its not your actual name. On
When worlds collide-4"Guess I'll wait for the shakes..."When worlds collide-4 in Sci-Fi More Like This
I thought aloud, watching the Doctor make his way to where the noise was. A moment later I heard glass break, "Oh your not gonna have all the fun without me!"
I jumped out of my seat and ran to the kitchen, where I had last seen the Doctor.
When I entered, I saw the Doctor helping Amika up off the floor, with a tray and shattered glass beneath them. Her white and turquoise dress was stained with what I assume was the shakes, well what was left of them. There was a group of long eared guys standing around them laughing.
"Don't expect me to give you a tip if ya can't even keep your balance." The dark haired guy in the red vest barked. The Doctor just glared at him.
"I'm sorry, I'll get you two more shakes on the house." Amika said picking up the tray and some broken glass.
"What happened?" I asked confused.
"The idiot tripped." The long eared guy said.
I looked to the Doctor,
"No thanks to you!" he growled, staring at the guy in the red vest.
"If she c
When worlds collide-6The Doctor having moved the TARDIS to an alley behind the diner, soniced the back door open, and walked to the table he was seated at before.When worlds collide-6 in Sci-Fi More Like This
Carl was there sweeping underneath it.
"Carl! Tell me how long has it been since you last saw me?"
"About seven minutes."
"Seven minutes? Good. Good! Now tell me, Carl, have you seen a girl about yae-high, dark brown hair, has ears like this?" he pointed to his ears.
"Yeah, she just left. Gavin followed her out the door. She looked scared to death.
"Why was she scared?"
"Gavin was threatening her."
"What?" His hearts stopped.
"Said she was too curious for her own good. She ran off, they followed."
"Where did they go?"
"I don't know, you could try the security office, they have security cameras throughout the whole settlement, but they might be closed..."
"Where's the security office?"
"The big gray building Right next to this one ya-"
The Doctor raced out of the diner before Carl could even finish his sentence. As Carl had said
When Worlds Collide-5'My first mission from the Doctor, I think I'm almost an official companion now! I can't believe it!'When Worlds Collide-5 in Sci-Fi More Like This
I drank the last of my shake thinking of how I was going to find her locker.
"Right, so we may have to wait in the TARDIS for a bit. At least until they close...." The Doctor said, taking another sip of his shake.
"I can follow one of the staff to the room, I'm pretty stealthy!"
"What if it takes you through the kitchen?"
"Do you still have that tricked out TARDIS key?"
He pulled the key out of his pocket.
"As I said, stealthy." I grinned back at him.
Amika came back to pick up the empty cups, after I had put the key around my neck.
"So I take it you enjoyed your shake?" she cheered to the Doctor.
"Oh, yes! One of the best I've ever had, and I've been around!"
"And what about your daughter?"
"Daughter?!" I exclaimed, matching the surprised look on the Doctors face.
"Oh, ahaha I'm sorry, the girl that was with you, you both have the same hair and eye color so I just assumed.
When Worlds Collide-7When Worlds Collide-7 in Short Stories More Like This
The Doctor stood there, staring at the screen. He couldn't help but burst out laughing. "Really, now?" He said still giggling. "Oh, she's clever!" He couldn't believe he doubted her, if anything he only liked her more now.
He pushed some buttons on the screen, this time turning the
alarm on silent. 'That should be enough to signal the authorities.' he thought.
Off he ran, not quite sure where the room they were holding her in was, but that didn't stop him.
At least, until he heard the scream. It came from deeper down the corridor. From his left, he thought, it seemed to echo on from everywhere.
"No!" he turned and ran as fast as he could go.
They tightened the ropes around my arms. I fought against them as much as I could, but all I got was a slap to the face. Blue shirt brought the brander when it was finally glowing again.
Revenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter OneRevenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter One in Horror More Like This
It was a beautiful night. The stars shone brightly in the velvet sky. The air was warm and balmy, the playful breeze scented with summer as it stole over the Cardiff rooftops. It was the sort of night the poets wrote sonnets about. The sort of night meant for love and romance. The sort of night that made you feel glad to be alive.
The sheer irony of the thought made the murderer smile. The pale, luminous moonlight caught the flash of his white teeth in the shadows, reflected back to him in the shimmering silver surface on the wall in front of him.
"Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?" he asked sarcastically.
Nobody replied. Heavy silence reigned in the small flat, broken only by the distant monotonous hum of city traffic. And by one other noise - tiny, almost unnoticeable, yet still distinct to his ears.
The steady drip of blood pooling on a polished wooden floor...
She had recognised his face, of course. It would have been strange if she hadn't, he supposed, wi
Revenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter TwoRevenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter Two in Horror More Like This
The Doctor sat on the stairs leading down to the entrance to his TARDIS and flipped his sonic screwdriver in the air, before catching it again. He repeated this action two or three times, before sighing loudly and laying back on the glass platform to stare up at the ceiling of the time machine, listening to the steady hum of the time rotor. Boring. Boring, boring, boring. Yep, there was no doubt about it, being dead was boring. Especially when you weren't really dead at all and people only thought you were. Oh, the logic of it was clear. He'd been getting too loud in the Universe, too obvious. So now he needed to step back into the shadows, to give him a chance to sort out what the Silence was all about and to figure out what this question was, hiding in plain sight, that should never be asked. And having all his enemies think that River had shot him dead at Lake Silencio gave him the perfect opportunity.
Trouble was, at the moment he didn't have much to go on, and he was getting restl
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The Master hunkered down in the corner of his hiding-place, trying to make himself as small as possible, his eyes squeezed tightly shut. Sweat beaded on his brow in tiny droplets and his breathing sounded ragged in his ears. His double heart-beat pounded wildly in his chest, the driving beat cruelly reminiscent of the drumbeat that had once tormented him every waking hour. He knew he was close to having a panic attack, but somehow he managed to hang on, fighting back the weakness. There had to be a way out of this, there had to be. He was the Master. He was a genius - stone-cold brilliant, in fact. His ingenuity and cunning knew no bounds. He would think of a way. He just had to force himself to focus.
He wasn't safe here. THEY were out there. He could hear them in the distance, moving about, talking together in their high-pitched, terrifying voices. Soon they would find him. Soon this last, unlikely sanctuary would be penetrated and then the torture would begin all over
Revenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter FourRevenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter Four in Horror More Like This
Before Jack could reply, there was a loud, beeping sound from the pocket of his greatcoat. With a slight frown of irritation, he pulled out his PDA and checked his messages. All at once, he swore violently, all his muscles clenched as if he wanted to hurl the device as far away from him as he could.
"I knew it!" he snarled furiously. "That bastard! That goddamn bastard!"
"What?" the Doctor demanded. "Jack, what?"
Almost shaking with rage, Jack handed the PDA over to him. For a moment, the text scrolling across the screen seemed to dance up and down in front of his eyes. He blinked rapidly until his vision settled and he could read the message. It had apparently been sent from an anonymous source, but the mocking content required no explanation.
"How many more can you stand to lose, Captain Freak? Run, run, just as fast as you can...can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man!"
A cold shiver passed over the Doctor's skin. It was an out-and-out challenge, a taunt, someth
Revenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter ThreeRevenge, Best Served HOT!!! - Chapter Three in Horror More Like This
As one man, the Doctor and Jack turned and pelted back the way they had come, pulling up short at the locked gate.
"Damn it, get this open, Andy!" Jack yelled, shaking the bars in frustration. "NOW!"
Andy was frantically fumbling at his belt, trying to tug the keys free. The Doctor didn't hesitate. He pulled out his sonic screwdriver, the diode at the tip already glowing an eerie green. A high-pitched buzzing sound filled the air and the tumblers in the lock clicked open. Jack kicked the gate open with a metallic crash and then they were running again.
When they reached Mickey's cell door, the Doctor didn't even wait for Andy, who was bringing up the rear. He just used the screwdriver on the door. Jack drew his gun and together they burst inside, alert for any attack. But the tiny cell was completely empty, except for Mickey, who was lying in the middle of the cement floor. The air was full of the heavy, coppery smell of fresh blood.
"MICKEY!" the Doctor yelled, falling to his knees be
Harry Potter 7 pt2Harry Potter 7 pt2 in Profiles More Like This
Release Date: Jul 15, 2011 RealD 3D
Rated: [Rated pg-13] Some sequences of intense action violence and frightening images
Runtime: 2 hr. 5 min.
Genres: Action/Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
i Give this one
4 stars for acting
4 for the story
4 for the fx
Those who did great in this movie was
Maggie Smith as Professor Minerva Mcgonagall
Alan Rickman as Severus Snape
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter
i got to say this was a nice ride of a movie series sad to see this end
my fave. part was when Professor Minerva Mcgonagall call up the statues to life to defend Hogwarts
Thor 2011Thor 2011 in Profiles More Like This
I got to give this
4 stars for Acting
3 stars for story
4 stars for fx
Now i got to say the main actor got out done by
Anthony Hopkins that plays Odin and Tom Hiddleston
i got to say i love the cameo of hawkeye and Thor getting ran over by the girl twice and stun gunned
Anthony Hopkins is very hard for him to not out act others due to he very very good when he did the Hannibal movies every one that work on the movies but him had to go see a pysh. doctor cause Hopkins was wicked at his acting lol.
this is a very nice movie and is a must to go see
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Real Steel Release Date: Oct 07, 2011
Rated: [Rated pg-13] Some violence, intense action and brief language
Runtime: 2 hr. 7 min.
Genres: Action/Adventure, Drama
as Charlie Kenton
as Bailey Tallet
as Aunt Debra
as Tak Mashido
as Farra Lemkova
as Little Sister
This movie is a great robot movie and it doesn't have the world's fate hanging in the balance on the out come for once. lol
I give this
5 stars for Story
3 stars for acting
3 stars for Fx
this is a must have for boxers and fans of boxing
Best acting in the movie goes to Dakota
Conan the Barbarian 2011Conan the Barbarian 2011 in Profiles More Like This
Release Date: Aug 19, 2011 RealD 3D
Rated: [Rated r] Strong bloody violence, some sexuality and nudity
i going to give this
5 for acting
4 for fx
4 for story
i love this remake my fave. part in the movie is young Conan beheading the enemy to show he was more then ready to earn adulthood
some actors/actress did stand out in this movie
Jason Momoa as Conan
Ron Perlman as Conan's Dad
Rose McGowan as Marique
Thor: Tales of AsgardThor: Tales of Asgard in Profiles More Like This
Thor: Tales of Asgard
direct-to-video animated film
Acting gets 5 stars
spea Fea 3 stars
Story gets 5 stars
fx gets 3 stars
Box Art 3 stars
The best voice acting for this film is Ron Halder as Algrim the dark elf
i like the how they tale a story of Thor and Loki and the Warriors three be fore they are the ones we all love to read about.
its a very nicely done film could use some more added stuff for the dvd i think
box art was a bit cheaply done
My fav part of the Show is the bar fight...
i think this is good movie to pick up to have
WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series 2Why we love Doctor Who Series 2:WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Because the Tenth Doctor has new teeth.
Because of course we missed him.
Because he knows the Lion King.
Because he recognises the taste of A Positive blood.
Because he's rude and not ginger.
Because Jackie needs to shut up.
Because it's very British to have tea when the world's coming to an end.
Because everyone knows who Harriet Jones is.
Because he's certainly got a gob.
Because Jackie says the name of the show just before the opening titles run. Cheesy.
Because of the apple-grass.
Because he's slim... and just a little bit foxy.
Because he's still got it.
Because he's beating out a samba.
Because telepathy means 'a face full of big head'.
Because the Face of Boe is 'textbook enigmatic'.
Because the Doctor says 'new' at least 17 times.
Because David Tennant got to do an episode in his normal accent.
Because Rose has been 'oot and aboot'.
Because Queen Victoria is not amused (finally).
Because the telescope is
WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series3Because the Doctor's not from Mars.WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series3 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Because his pockets are dimensionally transcendental.
Because he tells the TARDIS to 'behave!'
Because Donna is a pencil inside a mug.
Because 'with this ring, I thee bio-damp'.
Because Donna's yell can be heard over the noise of the TARDIS engines.
Because everyone knows you should never let a man with a sonic screwdriver near the sound system.
Because Martha doesn't believe he's an alien.
Because Martha FINALLY believes he's an alien.
Because 'Judoon platoon on the moon.'
Because he looks daft with one shoe.
Because she called him 'Doctor'.
Because Rose's name keeps him fighting.
Because he does a lot of reading.
Because 'to be or not to be' is a bit pretentious.
Because Martha won't step on any butterflies.
Because The Doctor cried when he read book 7.
Because the Doctor's upset Queen Elizabeth.
Because 'the play's the thing'.
Because David Tennant appears in Hamlet 2 years later. Fantastic!
Because the Doctor is
WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series4Because he's the Doctor. He's a Time Lord. He's from Gallifrey, in the constellation of Casterberus. He's 903 years old. He's the man who's gonna save your lives, and all six billion on the planet below.WhyWeLoveDoctorWho - Series4 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Because no one's got a problem with that.
Because he never changes.
Because Donna's got a hat box.
Because the fat just walked away.
Because he just wants A mate.
Because he is Spartacus. And so is she.
Because they're so not a couple.
Because he fought her off with a water pistol.
Because he got clever in Latin.
Because 'TARDIS, Time Lord, yeah!'
Because 'Donna, Human, no!'
Because they turned him into an Ood. Seriously.
Because every song must end.
Because at least they've got quality handcuffs.
Because, to an Ood, Donna looks single.
Because he came 'intruder window'.
Because it's not easy being clever.
Because of course he didn't turn Martha into a soldier.
Because the Doctor's a dumbo.
Because he's a great big outer space dunce.
Because he's also a praw
The Inescapable Choice: Chapter 6The Inescapable Choice: Chapter 6 in Sci-Fi More Like This
The Doctor's mind was slow and thick and his body was cold. He sat slumped in one of the chairs, his head
resting against the high back and his breathing ragged, his teeth gritted against the pain. The only thing
he could hear was his breathing and the quiet, reassuring hum of the time rotor as his beautiful, brilliant
ship swam through the stars. He kept his mind open to the soul of the TARDIS, more than usual, not wanting
to go through this again alone. She pressed against his consciousness, sensing his distress; she warmed him
slightly, like a warm embrace wrapped around his hearts that were beating madly in his chest from fear and
agony. He didn't want to die alone.
He let out a small cry and pressed a hand to his abdomen as his wound gave a sharp pain. He had wrapped a
bandage around himself, not even taking off his suit jacket, but the gun shot had long since bled through,
leaving a wet, red stain down his trousers and on the arm of the chair. Not good at all.
The Inescapable Choice: Chapter 5The Inescapable Choice: Chapter 5 in Sci-Fi More Like This
The Doctor woke up to silence, utter and absolute silence; the type that was always strangely
disconcerting. The world was still blurry around him and he felt sick. He screwed his eyes shut with a groan
and reopened them, letting his eyesight clear up slowly. He just stared up at the ceiling of the TARDIS; the
lights were dim now and the observation mechanism had been activated somehow, letting a vast array of stars
and systems rotate brightly and slowly on the apparently invisible ceiling. He watched the chaos and yet
brilliant serenity of the stars above and his still slow mind wandered to all the times he had looked up at
the universe, thinking only of its magnificence.
Something was wrong though: these were not the stars he had watched as a novice, dreaming of the
sight of those heavenly bodies up close; they were familiar but not the stars over Gallifrey. The Doctor sat
up slowly, his head protesting, throbbing dully at the movement. His stomach felt like it was filled w
Duct Tape Solves EverythingThe Doctor threw the last empty roll of duct tape over his shoulder and looked at his handiwork with satisfaction.Duct Tape Solves Everything in Fan Fiction More Like This
"There! Let it try and fall apart now!"
"Its not going to hold, you know, Doctor."
"Course it will!"
"It will! It will I tell you!"
"It won't! Look!"
Amy reached out and poked the wood-and-duct-tape surface of the TARDIS. There was a creaking, groaning sound, and it collapsed into a mess of wood, glass, broken sign and duct tape.
The Doctor was hopping on the spot with frustration, literally. A particularly large bit of wood had landed on his foot.
"What did you do that for?" he cried, waving his arms around and running his hands through his hair, "I'm going to have to start again now! Amy..."
Amy shrugged, "I told you so. Why don't we just leave The TARDIS to repair itself? It can do that now, right?"
The Doctor scowled sulkily, "Well...yeee-ees...But I wanted to have a go myself!"
"Doctor, from what I've seen, you might be able to construct a time
Waiting Room DiseaseA terrible, contagious contaminationWaiting Room Disease in Free Verse More Like This
Has struck the doctors waiting room-
Each and every would-be patient
Has become temporarily invisible.
And behind the desk
A receptionist hands out brochures and plastic smiles,
And tells them not to worry, to have a seat-
They will be seen shortly.