There is some absolute fuck-wittery going on in the comments section of the stream of Laura’a album on the Guardian’s website. I want to slap them all.
I’m devondragons on there-at the moment I think I have about 30 reccomendations and therefore am assuming that I am winning the argument.
(Though I’m annoyed I said contemporary rather than ‘my generation’ because that is what I meant)
all the notes. holy crap.
at first the reblog button didn’t work for me, i was like FUCK FUCK FUCK but then it worked.lol.
It worked immediately. I’M HARRY FREAKIN POTTER!
…looks like i got the magic in me. >:)
HA! FINALLY! after the 73902356504600th try! ;)
look @ me now.
fuck yeaahhhhh first time
VIVA LA MAGICAL REVOLUTION!!!
I’m the boss.
OH THANK GOD.
My birthday is July 31 bitches.
first try mothafucka
Really, Steven Moffat? A woman in the 21st century in her early to mid twenties not realising that Professors could be women? I DON’T FUCKING THINK SO.
Other than that, it was rather good. SO WHY THE FUCK DID THAT HAVE TO BE THERE?
If you honestly think Clara is underdeveloped, then you’re missing the point of her character.
At this moment in time, Clara is supposed to be just out of the Doctor’s (and the audience’s) reach. That’s the magic of her. That’s what you’re supposed to be focusing on right now.
I do not hate Clara, nor do I hate Jenna Louise Coleman. My sister earlier today said that Clara has too much backstory and not enough personality and I agree. You can KNOW someone without knowing much about them, and for me, Clara changes each week. There is no consistency, and I think this is a case of Moffat and team concentrating more on plot than on developing a decent character for the companion, which upsets me, as I’m sure when pushed Jenna Louise Coleman would be capable of doing much more than being shunted between static female archetypes.
Also the tagline that she was born to save the doctor irritates me no end. Moffat saying that she was created to be perfect is a cop our excuse for him failing to create someone who feels real.
So this is a good point, but I respectfully disagree.