Here’s the 10th ROCKtor, comin’ to skank his way to victory!
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, and its nice to finally have it done. Ska Ten is officially a thing.
The Doctor: Oh, I’d love you to come!
Catherine: That’s quite aggressive, isn’t it?
David: It is very aggressive and it was worse in the original script. In the original script I smashed the arm on the ground and I asked if we could change that. Because it felt just…it..you’re right. It still worries me slightly when I see it, that it’s a little bit destructive frankly.
- From The Fires of Pompeii commentary
I love this. David asking to change something because he thought it was too violent for the show and also probably because it was unnecessarily violent for the Doctor. The Doctor doesn’t condone unnecessary violence. I think that has been forgotten.
AU Meme: Robin Who?
The Doctor is a man on a mission—stealing money from corrupt casinos and gifting it to charities before they can trace it to him. All to make the world a better place. His prodigy poker-playing partner-in-crime, Rose Tyler, is the tech wizard, while mostly-ex-military-conman Captain Jack Harkness gets in and out of top-security vaults. The Doctor—the worst poker player of the group—is the distraction, with some backup from Ricky—Micky!—Smith, who also finds the best charities to give the money away to. They’re pros. But time might be running out for the Doctor, who won’t mention his past, and Rose is desperate to keep her mother out of the business, despite Micky’s insistence that Jackie deserves to know. Tensions rise and Jack comes in with a problem—a new security system called Dalek that might stop their next job before it begins.
"I made a promise, Mr. Frodo. A promise. ‘Don’t you leave him, Samwise Gamgee.’ And I don’t mean to."
Gabriel Macht, photographed by Sarah Rafferty
In Journey’s End, Ten tries to save Davros, and gets mad at Tentoo for destroying the Daleks.
In The Day of the Doctor, he cheers gleefully at their destruction.
In The End of Time, Ten is horrified at the Time Lords returning, and fiercely willing to do whatever it takes to send them back to hell.
In The Day of the Doctor, he’s so happy to save them he’s grinning ecstatically, and jumping around with joy.
In The Day of the Doctor, Ten is so blatantly out of character, sometimes I really believe he was a Zygon copy.
And the Zygon and the Moment were working for Rassilon to trick the War Doctor into saving Gallifrey, as they were Rassilon’s B-plan all along.
And thanks to Eleven, the plan worked.
I have a similar headcanon.
Proof: HIS HAIR
Billie Piper at Gallifrey One 2014