I think that was all we’re gonna get. She’s existed throughout all of time, on many different planets, as many different species, so she’d always be there when the Doctor needed her. The Asylum is just the first time the Doctor noticed her (which frankly is the most unbelievable bit—you’d think he’d have noticed the same woman cropping up repeatedly throughout the whole of space and time. If he thought it was incredible that he ran into Donna twice, well…).
The GI made everything go wrong/differently—Clara just fixed it so it went back to being how it always should have been. So the Asylum would always have happened…just not exactly that way.
“Don’t steal that one, steal this one.”
So Clara was once a Time Lady. Interesting.
I just uploaded it as a background image. Make it a big image though, and just keep resizing till you’ve got it looking the way you want.
You just have to check and see if your theme allows you to upload background images. Some do, some don’t.
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking. All of those hints initially about the Doctor secretly liking Amy really went nowhere. Just to titillate the fans. And I much preferred her relationship with Rory anyhow. Hopefully this’ll be the same.
Although the prequel to the Name of the Doctor did give me pause. Clara says something about how all she has to do is keep herself from falling in love with the Doctor…let’s hope she keeps that up. Just too soon for me after River for the Doctor to move on. They should wait until the next regeneration. One big epic love per Doctor, please. And Eleven will always be River’s.
It’s too soon for her to die. If this had happened after a full series of Clara, sure. That would have been a good, sad ending. But too soon. We hardly know her, really. Also, Moffat doesn’t like actually killing people. Or changing companions, apparently. Look at how long he kept the Ponds around (I really think they should have left permanently in the God Complex. And Clara should have come in at the beginning of series 7).
Yes, I read those interviews. I read all Doctor Who-related interviews. You never know with Moffat, though. He likes exaggerating in interviews…or straight-up lying. I take everything he says with a huge grain of salt. You should too.
And yeah, the relationship could turn into more, but she’ll still be his rebound. I hope Moffat doesn’t try to make the Doctor have another big epic romance so soon after his marriage ended…am i the only one who really wanted them to just be friends? I miss Donna-style friendships. Looks more like she might be a more successful Martha (who I love, but I was hoping for a Donna).