The first time in history that word was used to describe Captain Jack.
"Oh. I was hoping for a philosophical debate"
#Is it still murder if an entire species has been brainwashed into committing mindless genocide #even if they don’t KNOW they’ve been pre-programmed to kill on sight #by subliminal messages left in the recording of the moon landing? #Is a Time War-ending genocide still a genocide #if it’s only against the Daleks? #Oh right we stopped asking those sorts of questions a few years ago
Episode 4 saw the words Bad Wolf appear for the first time. I just made it up on a whim, cos I liked the idea of the TARDIS being graffiti’d. But then I spent the rest of the episode idly wondering who that kid was, why he wrote those odd words. And, having dismissed notions of Evil Super Villain Kid, a plan began to form, in mid-production. Knowing that Rose would become the Time Goddess at the end of the series, I wondered if a Time Goddess would imprint herself on the universe, creating things in her image, like the face of Jesus in a bagel. Better still, these signs would actually summon her into existence. That’s the sort of thing you think about in this job, late at night. And then I worked backwards, inserting Bad Wolf references into almost every script. Funnily enough, I never told anyone what I was doing, in case it didn’t work, but the design department picked up on it—they didn’t even ask what it meant, they just offered to stencil it on Captain Jack’s bomb, in German. The idea spread without anyone knowing what it meant. Which is very Bad Wolf in itself.
That’s how he does it. That’s how he does it. He makes you fight. He makes you fight. Creeps into your head. Creeps into your head. And whispers. And whispers. Listen. Listen. Just listen. Just listen. That’s him. That’s him. Inside. Inside.
blink wasn’t shit compared to the horror of this episode
Doctor Who AU dark musical comedy in which several companions conspire to kill various versions of the Time Lord who wronged them
And now the six merry murderesses of the Stormcage Containment Facility in their rendition of The Cell Block Tango…
DW Confidential Rewatch: 4x06 Sins of the Fathers
The last bit just cracks me up massively
It’s the last bit that makes it an always reblog
so the doctor’s daughter went to school with the doctor’s daughter, then grew up and played the doctor’s daughter, and then married the doctor and had the doctor’s daughter
In the words of Matt Smith “Never apply logic to Who”