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Amy Pond

  1. Amelia Pond in Wonderland: Where The Doctor Is The Cheshire Cat

    Curiouser and curiouser!

    The 11th Doctor is the impossibly grinning Cheshire cat in artist James Hance's new "Like A Name In a Fairy Tale" mashup illustration.  Come to think of it, entering the TARDIS is like falling down the rabbit hole, complete with surroundings that change size around you!  But who does this make Rory?

    (via i09, Relentlessly Cheerful Tumblr)

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  2. Extend Your Doctor Who Finale Feels With the Doctor Who Fan Orchestra [VIDEO]

    Fans Do Cool Things

    The morning after the Doctor Who season finale seems an excellent time to post the latest video from the Doctor Who Fan Orchestra, which sees 292 musicians and vocalists from across time and space performing "Amy's Suite," arranged by Stephen Willis using five of Who composer Murray Gold's Doctor Who themes. As always, our recap will go up tomorrow, but because I'm curious: Give me your three-word review of the ep in the comments. (via: MTV Geek!) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. The Silent Stars Go By Review Plus Interview With Author Dan Abnett

    BBC Books recently put out a set of 11 re-released novels to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. We hosted a giveaway where we let 15 readers pick the book of their choice, and six of the fifteen of you picked The Silent Stars Go By by Dan Abnett. You all made an excellent choice. I read it, and had the chance to talk to Abnett about the book.

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  4. David Tennant Would Have Invited Karen Gillan Into The TARDIS Had He Stayed On Doctor Who

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Talk about alternate timelines! A new interview with Steven Moffat tells us what might have been had David Tennant stayed on for another season of Doctor Who. Hint: He'd have met Amelia Pond. 

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  5. Steven Moffat Condescends To Explain That Huge Doctor Who Plot Hole About The Ponds

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Look, I'm not saying something not even invented yet needs to make sense all the time, but if you're going to make up your own rules, at least stick to them. And don't be a jerk when people ask you to explain. I'm looking squarely in your direction, Steven Moffat

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  6. Which Doctor Who Character Tops Britain’s List Of Popular Baby Names?

    Hello Sweetie

    If you had any question about the impact Doctor Who has on the British public, question no longer. So which character name from the show topped a list of popular baby names for 2012? I'll narrow it down for you - it was a list of girls names.

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  7. Rory is Marty McFly in This Doctor Who/Back to the Future Animated Mash-Up

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Animator/writer James Farr isn't the first to mash-up the sci-fi, time traveling epics that are Doctor Who and Back to the Future but he certainly puts an interesting spin on it. In this clip, The Doctor is Doc, Rory is Marty, and Amy is Jennifer. Farr writes, "Somewhere in the jaw-dropping vastness of the multi-verse, I like to think that this cartoon plays at 7am every Saturday morning." Now I'm thinking that too. (via Companions of the Doctor) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  8. Review: Amy & Rory’s Last Episode Of Doctor Who & Season 7 So Far

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    I feel like we've been talking about it for ages but last night it finally happened - Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill played out their last episode of Doctor Who as Amy and Rory. Some might say it was emotional, some might say it was scary. My view? I'd say it falls somewhere in the realm of disappointing. A spoiler-filled review of "The Angels Take Manhattan" after the jump. 

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  9. The Ponds Take Manhattan In The Latest Doctor Who Photo Set

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    I'll admit, "The Angels Take Manhattan" has snuck up on me like...well, like a Weeping Angel. For some reason, my mind kept telling me that the Pond's last episode wasn't until the very end of Season 7 but here we are. Saturday will bring together the whole family one last time for a interesting trip to New York City. We've gathered together the least spoilery shots the BBC has released for your viewing pleasure. In fact, our gallery doesn't include any stills of River or the Angels (besides the one above) at all. Take a look at the Doctor, Amy, and Rory in New York. (via Doctor Who TV)

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  10. Amy & Rory Find An Unexpected Visitor In Their Bathroom In The Latest Pond Life [VIDEO]

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    We're talking a lot about Doctor Who this week but you can't really blame us. Season 7 begins Saturday on BBC America and we're really, really excited for it. We'll be posting the hilarious new mini-sodes called "Pond Life" this whole week but to lessen the effect on those of you who don't watch the show (you should, it's really awesome), we're also posting something else for you to look at. Today, it's smarty-pants Nellie the Otter! Watch her then hit the jump for today's Doctor Who mini-sode, or if you just can't wait, watch Nellie second.

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  11. Pond Life Part 2: Bedroom Rules

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Look, I fully understand that not everybody's into Doctor Who, and so for those people I present this picture of four baby Guinea pigs in espresso cups. Meanwhile, in the realm of Who fandom, we've got another installment of Pond Life, this one demonstrating exactly the kind of boundaries that a good son-in-law should not cross.

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  12. First Episode of Webseries About the Ponds Actually Mostly About the Doctor

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Look, we know we serve a diverse audience, and one of the ways in which it is diverse is in interest. And so it has come time for me to apologize, as I have done to folks who aren't huge fans of Harry Potter or those who weren't particularly interested in The Avengers or Game of Thrones. But when large events in fandoms are imminent, it can't but help coloring the news in a certain direction. This is a roundabout way of saying Doctor Who is back in less than a week, people, so buckle up. Below the jump is the first episode of Pond Life, a five part webseries intended to ring in the new season of the show. Mata Hari guest stars. Enjoy.

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  13. New Doctor Who Promo Previews Ponds and Puns

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    It was officially (finally) announced today that Doctor Who returns to our lives in less than two weeks. As if that wasn't enough to freak out about, we also have this new trailer for season seven. As one can expect with Who, the trailer is an interesting blend of hilarity, action, and impending doom. Oh, and puns. It's also the first time this season I've heard anyone within the story mention something about the Ponds leaving voluntarily, which bodes well with my prayers that they won't be killed off in some horrible fashion.

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  14. Steven Moffat Has Completely Changed The Ending For Doctor Who’s Amy & Rory

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    As if Steven Moffat wasn't hurting us enough by letting the Ponds go, he's just revealed the ending he originally had planned for Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill's Amy and Rory has been altered. Will we ever know what their fate would have been if he went with his first choice? Hit the jump to find out why he did what he did and what it meant to Matt Smith

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Amy Carries the Doctor

    Things We Saw Today

    There's been a lot of discussion over the promo image for Doctor Who series seven. Tumblr user toughtink decided to play with some role reversal with it. (via Tough Tink)

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  16. Leaked Set Photos & Video From Amy & Rory’s Last Episode Of Doctor Who

    I'm In A Glass Case of Emotion

    I don't even want to think about it, honestly, but The Pond's time is coming to a close on BBC's Doctor Who. With the next season currently filming, set photos were bound to surface and we now have a few to look at from episode five. Click ahead to check them out but beware, they are definitely spoilerific when it comes to which villains we'll be seeing in the episode. 

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  17. Things We Saw Today: Amy Pond Kissogram For Batwoman

    Things We Saw Today

    Oh, that Amy. Oh, that Kate! Michael “Mic?” Magtanong is responsible for this DC/Doctor Who crossover in the latest The Line It Is Drawn. Head over to CBR to see a bunch of other great ones including an Ood taking over for Alfred and The Face of Boe meeting MODOK. Now let's see...what else did we find online today... 

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  18. Amy and Rory Pond May Be Leaving Doctor Who?

    Rumory

    As all who watch Doctor Who know, it's best not to get too attached to certain actors or their characters. When you're traveling through space for eternity people tend to come and go. But still, absolutely none of this stops people from getting very attached, especially to married couple Amy and Rory Pond. And now Karen Gillian and Arthur Darville might just be leaving the show.

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