candidcourt asked: Name one thing (quotes, characters, scenes, colors, etc) that sticks out to you about each Doctor Who Series (new who 1-7; a total of seven things) [also, can you please tag armywifecaptures so I can easily find your answer later or reply privately whichever is easiest]
(Can I just say, awesome question!) For the first season it would most definitely have to be Rose’s speech in ‘Parting of ways’
"You don’t just give up. You don’t just let things happen. You make a stand. You say "no"! You have the guts to do what’s right when everyone else just runs away" I think this sums up the entire show so perfectly.
For season two, I think that my favorite quote would be
"You can spend the rest of your life with me, but I can’t spend the rest of my life with you. I have to live on. Alone. That’s the curse of the Timelords." I like this one because it shows just how lonely he really is. He loves this girl to death, but he can’t stand to even be with her because of how the end will turn out. A very, impossibly close second though, is the "I believe in her!" Speech he does, both are amazing. I also like their goodbye scene, only for the fact that I think it takes real genius to right something in 2006 and have people still talking about it and crying over it in 2013. That is pure talent. Season two in general is just great it’s so hard to choose just one! When I think of this season dozens of quotes and episodes pop into my head. It’s my absolute favorite season and I think that everything that Billie and David did was amazing and worthy of a best moment, but I tried to narrow it down.
Season three, I’d have to go with my favorite Martha Jones moment on this one. The part in ‘Shakespearean Code’ When she yells “Expelliarmus!” I fell completely in love with her, which is saying a lot because I was so broken up about Rose, but Martha was amazing and I wish she had a better experience traveling in the TARDIS, I think it’s a real shame that she is labeled the rebound companion because she is marvelous.
Season four is another tricky one like season two was because there are so many great Donna Noble moments. My three favorite ones would be “Rose…” When the Doctor is lying in her arms after being shot. You can just feel all the emotion he’s feeling right then and there poured out into that one word. “Oh, the universe has been waiting to me.” Which Donna said after becoming the most important woman in the whole of creation is another, and then the entire second beach scene. Technically not a quote but amazing all the same.
Season five is an easy one.
"All of time and space. Everything that’s ever happened, or ever will, where do you want to start?" How could you not love that moment? And Amy Pond, the superhero, she was amazing.
Season six is another good season, and has another quote that springs to mind right away.
"Nobody important? Blimey, that’s amazing. You know that in nine hundred years of time and space and I’ve never met anybody who wasn’t important before." This is another amazing quote that sums up the show. You hear the Doctor say this and it’s like he’s talking about you, telling you to be strong because you could be greater than you know.
Season seven is a bit tricky again, but the first thing that comes to mind is in “The Name of the Doctor.”
"Run you clever boy…and remember me." I mean how could you not get chills from that? But then again, that entire episode gave me chills. Another good scene is with Miss Amelia Pond "So that was the year of the slow invasion. When the Earth got cubed and the Doctor came to stay. That was also when we realized something the Shakri never understood. The real meaning of cubed. The power of three."
So there you have it. My favorite scene(s) from each season 1-7. There wasn’t a bad episode, a bad actor, or a bad character. I’m so excited that I’m alive to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this amazing show that has given me hope, dreams, and a reason to believe in myself. This silly little television show has changed my life so much and I am grateful for every single second of those fifty years. No matter who the show runner was, or what actor played the Doctor or how they portrayed a character they were all amazing and I’m sorry that every single person whose ever participated in Doctor Who isn’t able to be in the celebration for the fiftieth.