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Is Rory and Amy's departure for the better or worse?

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For the better! It keeps the show interesting.150%
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by i-like-pie @ 5/31/2014 1:00:07 PM

Hi! Since I'm new I thought I'd introduce myself. My name is Olivia, but you can call me Oliv, as my friends do.  My favourite colours are TARDIS blue, stoplight amber, and indigo. I am a bookworm, and I read FAST. I'm in grade 8 and I really like music and home renovations. 

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by hungergameslover @ 12/6/2012 12:18:21 PM

The episode, entitled The Snowmen and written by Steven Moffat, will see Matt Smith’s Doctor teaming up with governess Clara (played by Jenna-Louise Coleman) for an adventure that takes place on Christmas Eve, 1892. Guest performers for the 60-minute instalment include Richard E Grant and Tom Ward. 

The official plot synopsis provides a few extra details of what we can expect: 

“Christmas Eve 1892, and the falling snow is the stuff of fairytales.

When the fairytale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help. But the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe. As old friends return, will the Doctor really abandon humankind or will he fight to save the world – and Christmas – from the icy clutches of this mysterious menace?”



Doctor Who Christmas special character portraits revealed




by hungergameslover @ 11/30/2012 4:58:01 AM

People have been saying Karen Gillian and Arthur Darvill quit Doctor Who this series, but that is totally not true!!!! Writer Steven Moffat decided to write off Amy and Rory because of the amount of time they have spent with the Doctor!!! They spent 3 series with the Doctor, and it was their time to go. Karen and Arthur were devastated to leave, but they knew it was the right thing for the show. 




by rachelshemwell123 @ 6/24/2012 5:14:40 AM

In the upcoming season Amy and Rory might actually retire because they said and i quote they are fed up with being bossed around by the directors!!!!! It's true!!!!!!!!!  The person who plays Amy said that she was sick to death on being bossed and ordered around by some lunitic (the director!)  So infact she isn't retiring she is Quitting and so did the person who plays rory!  I think that Amy and Rory also had a fallout so they aren't friends now either!!!  Amy even said that she was moving to canada just to get away from the set and Rory!!!!   And Rory also said that He was gonna move to America just to get away from the set and Amy!!!!!! But people are thinking that they are gonna get back together and move to Austrailia to live a peacefull life  away from all the fame and t.v. They are sick to death of all the fans!!!!!!!!




by 10and4 @ 12/18/2011 10:23:41 PM



The upcoming season will mark the last for the "Ponds". Karen and Arthur have announced their exit, and it seems to be quite a surprise for many.

This change is even harder to cope with for American viewers. Doctor Who was for the first time broadcast on the same days on BBC America as it was on the actual BBC. This lead to a large American following beginning with Matt Smith's Doctor, and Steven Moffat's writing. An abrupt change in main characters seems completely unexpected to these new viewers. 

However, to many long-time fans, this was somewhat foreseen. Some had felt like Amy Pond's character had come nearly full-circle, and the "couple" had done just about all they could. Many were even hoping for some sort of new dynamic - and this is it. 

As Matt Smith said, "...one has to remember that this show is about change and regeneration, and that's what galvanizes it and pushes it forwards." I am one who completely agrees with this. I enjoyed Rory and Amy's characters, but I am ready for a brand new companion (or set of companions). Not only will this bring about completely different story-lines, but perhaps we will see an entirely new side of Matt Smith's Doctor. As many say, it's the companion that makes the Doctor. So, I can't wait to see what the new companions will do to his character.

What are your thoughts on the change? Who would you like to see become the new companion?










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