I’m so sorry
I’d like to see the two of them prior to their lives crossing in some time realm where they actually meet up without the Doctors or anything like that and they are rogue heroes. Kind of like what Star Trek did in the very beginning, going around and saving civilizations without trying to get too involved, but they always get involved! They always do the wrong thing but for the right reasons and succeed. - John Barrowman
She’s got a six-month old. You find her living in the most remote part of the world, this tiny little cottage on the edge of a cliff, no roads in to or out of it. What we find out is that this idyllic chocolate box is completely kicked up to the hilt, armed with every weapon known to man including a rocket launcher, every kind of missile, knife, gun, anything. She’s prepared for war. She’s hysterical. What runs through her veins is Torchwood. It’s her drug, her adrenaline.— Eve Myles
30 days of women , day 16 - Favorite mother characterThere’s one thing I always meant to ask Jack. Back in the old days. I wanted to know about that Doctor of his. The man who appears out of nowhere and saves the world. Except sometimes he doesn’t. All those times in history when there was no sign of him, I wanted to know why not. But I don’t need to ask any more. I know the answer now. Sometimes the Doctor must look at this planet and turn away in shame.
when i first saw this episode i was like yeah ok cool space pig
but then i realized
then i fucking realized
Toshiko Sato met the Doctor before Jack did and she didn’t even fucking know it
WE GOT A CROSSOVER THAT WE DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT FOR 3 YEARS
Peter Capaldi as Caecilius and John Frobisher
Capaldi played Caecilius in the Doctor Who episode Fires of Pompeii and John Frobisher in Torchwood: Children of Earth.