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River Song

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Steven Moffat On The Next Season Of Doctor Who – Capaldi, River, and More

Now that the great regeneration has happened, what can we expect from Doctor Who in the next few years? Steven Moffat gives a few details.

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The Doctor, River, and the Rain Gods in Neil Gaiman’s Doctor Who Minisode

Hello, my name is Susana, and I am in love with the idea that the Doctor and River take turns coming up with save the day plans.

Previously in Doctor Who

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John Barrowman Pitches the Captain Jack/River Song Spinoff He’d Like to See

In an interview with The TV Addict at SDCC, John Barrowman had some things to say about his ideal Captian Jack Harkness/River Song Doctor Who spinoff. To the surprise of no one and the delight of all, it appears that he’s put considerable thought into the probably-won’t-ever-exist-sorry-but-it’s-true show. See if you agree with what he wants behind the cut.

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The Doctor Who Season 7 Finale Gets A Name And A River

What’s in a name? 

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where does he get those wonderful toys

You Can Now Own a Version of River Song’s Blaster Created by Doctor Who‘s Actual Propmaster

A fair number of us geeks are more than willing (if not necessarily able) to spend large amounts of money on accurate, high-quality replica props. You know it. I know it. The BBC knows it. That last has just licensed Doctor Who propmaker Nick Robatto to sell his own line of Doctor Who replica props and memorabilia. No sonic screwdriver, sadly—the FAQ for Robatto’s RubberToe Replicas says they have no plans to make them in the near future (what with another company owning the license and all). But the replicas RubberToe is selling, among them River Song’s Squareness Blaster and the Dalek Death Ray Projector (a.k.a. the whisk), look quite neat themselves.

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

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

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)

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The Prop Replica of River Song’s Final Sonic Screwdriver You Can Never Have

Would you like a replica of River Song’s sonic screwdriver from Silence in the Library, built by Doctor Who‘s prop master, complete with blinking neural relay containing the essence of River Song? Well, too bad. This one costs $3500 and there are only going to be fifteen of them. Right now you can sign up on a waiting list for the preorders on Quantum Mechanix. So, come on and look at more pictures of it to rub salt in that wound you didn’t know you had until right now.

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

River Song Keeps Her Vortex Manipulator In Her TARDIS Jewelry Box

From the outside, it’s an unsuspecting book. But it’s bigger on the inside…

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Interview

The Mary Sue Interviews Karen Gillan of Doctor Who

As we promised a few days ago in our Doctor Who Season 7 premiere photo gallery, we’ve got three very special interviews from our time spent with stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, as well as new Executive Producer Caroline Skinner at the event. Since Gillan is a fellow redhead, I’ve decided to let her go first! See what she had to tell us about her own time travel preferences, how she feels about leaving the long-running sci-fi series, and who she thinks could make a great female Doctor. 

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The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

New Doctor Who Promo Previews Ponds and Puns

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.