Iggyfing. Or Bridget. Whichever you please.
Christian, 21, and a lover of good, silly, and feelsy things.
Multifandom personal blog. Prone to sudden and crazed takeover by whatever has caught my fancy at any given moment. Movies. Books. TV shows. Animals. Stuff.
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“Eccleston was a tiger and Tennant was, well, Tigger. Smith is an uncoordinated housecat who pretends that he meant to do that after falling off a piece of furniture.” — Steven Moffat
I think we all know who that makes Capaldi.
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
Agreed. It was something I was thinking about between seasons (also, when did that trio first show up? did I miss something?) It’s like, their relationship doesn’t seem healthy - even Jenny points it out subtly. “Why am I serving tea in private?”
I also find Vastra super annoying as a character - I can’t seem to get a handle on her.
(“A Good Man Goes to War”, I think.) Their relationship isn’t healthy, but that’s okay! because they’re gay! Which is a huge problem I have with this whole movement!
On the one hand, a lizard lady solving crimes in Victorian London with the assistance of a human girl and a humanoid… potato-thing is a fantastically quirky concept. On the other, it has not been handled very well at all.
Also, what is your opinion of Vastra?
My opinion is ehhhhhhhhhhhhh. Even if I didn’t have a problem of principle with her homosexuality, I’d take issue with her attitude towards and treatment of Jenny. In fact, it’s even worse because they keep telling us they’re in a committed relationship, but Jenny has to keep reminding Vastra of that fact.
And, after the Ponds, it feels rather like a slap in the face. This is the relationship we get to keep? Really?