“And the programme was a Pozzitive production for the BBCCCCCCCC!!!”
Um.. sorry to disappoint you, boys. But ordinary girls, no women, like Clara are better than you’re ever gonna get. Because they’re real. They’re the women who actually exist. Who eat and sleep and shit and breathe.
Oswin Oswald was cute but a bit ridiculous—and fake. She didn’t feel real to me—and that’s partly because she was a cookie-cutter Moffat girl. Woman. No—girl.
All of that legitimate criticism of Cold War immediately washes from my mind when I read bullshit like this. Bullshit that makes me HATE fanboys.
She’s not your damn manic pixie girl, fellas.
You know why I love Clara? Because for the first time in years, it feels like we’ve got someone any of us could be.
AND THAT’S THE POINT. She is an ordinary woman. WOMAN. She’s 26-years-old. She’s a grown ass woman. Fuck you and your sexism, fandom. I hope you get herpes.
“What’s a Zero Room anyway? The Doctor said something about null interfaces…”
“I suppose it’s a sort of neutral environment, an isolated space cut off from the rest of the universe.”
“He should’ve told me that’s what he wanted. I could’ve shown him Brisbane.”