The Doctor looked over his shoulder when he heard footsteps coming towards the console room. A beaming grin crossed his face, as he turned around to face her.
"Oh, Rose. Your going to love this. Its one of my favorite planets, other than Earth of course, it should be peaceful, should. I think ive got he right time. but you never know with this navigation system." He laughed, giving her the grin that was specially for her.
She couldn’t help it, really; his grin was contagious and she found herself mirroring his expression. The entire universe was the Doctor’s backyard but he always found another spark in every adventure that they took. Rose made her way over to him as he set the TARDIS in motion and took his hand, interlacing their fingers.
"I’m sure I’ll love it, always do. I think we’re due for a bit of peaceful, yeah?" She bit her bottom lip, subconsciously tracing the fingers of her free hand over her stomach briefly. "I love th’ runnin’, don’t get me wrong but both of us could use a day off." His mood was certainly right…
"Doctor, I ‘ave something t’ tell you. I don’t want you t’ panic or anythin’ so…" She gently led him over to the Captain’s chair and sat him down, taking a deep breath. "So…d’you remember that dinner party on Vennapar Six? Y’know…the dinner an’ dancing…an’ the night back at th’ TARDIS?" Her voice was lower and her cheeks flushed slightly at the thoughts of their activities.
It was then or never. She had to just come out with it.
He’d called her to come into the console room about five minutes previous but Rose was frozen in her anxiety and on the verge of tears. Part of her was ecstatic in all honesty. Something so incredible that they could share, that she could give to him after she’d lost so much.
Taking a deep breath, she tossed the test into the bin before washing her hands and exiting the bathroom. She’d take the time to gauge his mood, see how excited he was about whatever planet they were getting ready to see and if the moment arose where she felt like he’d take the news well…she’d tell him.
She’d tell him that she was pregnant with his child.
when you have feels about a character but your partner isn’t around
Cast members who have played minor roles in the televised Doctor Who universe who have gone on to play major ones (and vice versa). No other show has as dedicated or rich a history of reusing talent, and it really wouldn’t be the same without it.
This doesn’t even include people like Lohn Levene, whose face was hidden when he played Cybermen and Yetis before taking on the recurring role of Sergeant Benton; or Naoko Mori, whose earlier appearance in Doctor Who was retconned into being Toshiko Sato, the same character she plays in Torchwood; or the dozens upon dozens of people who have played aliens and multiple one-off characters in a variety of stories throughout the show’s history, in both the classic and new eras (sometimes even both).
That would be nigh on impossible.
After all that we’ve been through
And after all we left in pieces
I still believe our lives have just begun
#THEY ARE ALWAYS OKAY #BECAUSE TO SAY THAT THEY ARE NOT IMPLIES IN THIS BIG GRAND SCHEME OF WRITERS AND PLOTS THAT THEY ARE JUST VICTIMS #WELL I’VE SEEN A LOT OF TELEVISION #I’VE SEEN FAKE LOVE AND BAD LOVE AND ALMOST LOVE AND WOULD-BE LOVE #I’VE SEEN THE WHOLE ROMANTIC SPECTRUM #BUT IF I BELIEVE IN ONE THING #JUST ONE THING #I BELIEVE IN THEM
perfect tag is perfect
And I started to walk
Pretty soon I will run
And I’ll come running back to you
'Cause I followed my star
And that’s what you are
I’ve had a merry time with you