felicityredbarrow replied to your post“My mom has fallen in love with Doctor Who again since I let her…”
I wish I could get my parents that interested in Doctor Who!
NOOOO YOU DON’T.
Felicity, it’s terrible.
Suddenly there are QUESTIONS EVERYWHERE.
"How big is the TARDIS?"
"Power supply? What?"
"What use does the sonic screwdriver even have?”
"What the heck is Gallifrey?"
"How old is the Doctor?"
"Does the Doctor have a name?"
Eventually they start looking up things themselves and learn more than you do AND THEY ARE WELL AWARE AND ARE SO PROUD TO BE SMARTER THAN YOU.
"You haven’t gotten to the part where the Doctor has a daughter? You think she runs away to explore the galaxy herself so you’re looking forward to that episode? Pssh, no, she dies.”
"You know the noise the TARDIS makes? Yeah, the Doctor just leaves the breaks on otherwise the TARDIS would go out of control."
"The Doctor can’t take aspirin because it’s poisonous to him."
"LOOK HERE’S A CLIP OF FOUR AND ROMANA II, LET’S LISTEN. … WOW THAT WAS- oh, you don’t like hearing their voices until you see them on the show? Oops."
And then they get to the point where you start watching things with them and THEN IT’S WORSE BECAUSE THEY HAVE MORE QUESTIONS.
"IT’S NOT A SHIP IT’S THE TARDIS. WHY IS HE CALLING IT A SHIP?"
"Time lords only die if both their hearts stop at the exact same moment, so why did he die?"
"Why is this Doctor so old?”
"How did the sonic screwdriver do that?”
"How did the TARDIS do that?"
"Why doesn’t that companion just stay near the TARDIS?"
THE QUESTIONS FELICITY.
THEY NEVER END.
AND NEITHER DO THE SPOILERS THAT YOU DON’T WANT.
BUT YOU’RE SO PROUD BECAUSE THEY’RE SO EXCITED AND ENTHUSED.
BUT THE SPOILERS.