what if your phobias are based off how you died in a past life
What hurt even more than Clara’s speech for me is that the Doctor honestly believed he was doing something good and proving to her that he trusted and respected her enough to make the right decision. He’s just so alien this time, he doesn’t understand humans at all and every time he tries, he gets it wrong.
Daenerys Targaryen challenge ☆
"Before you came MEEREEN was dying. Our rulers were old men with withered cocks and crones whose puckered cunts were dry as dust. They sat atop their pyramids sipping apricot wine and talking of the glories of the Old Empire whilst the centuries slipped by and the very bricks of the city crumbled all around them. Custom and caution had an iron grip upon us till you awakened us with fire and blood. A new time has come, and new things are possible. “
"In the second season of doing "Breaking Bad" I saw Vince in the hallway and he said ‘What do you think about doing a spinoff?’ People were immediately joking about it on set, I think because the character was so strong, the voice was so strong. You don’t usually have a secondary character with that much chutzpah and attitude. It’s just a very different energy, you know what I mean? It just made a splash and people joked about it, and then Vince asked me what I thought about it. I said “if you want to write it, I’ll do it.” At the time I didn’t really have an opinion on it. I still don’t have an opinion. It was all up to him. I still don’t think of myself primarily as an actor. — I think what surprises me is not so much the show, which came from Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s inspiration, it wasn’t something I asked them to do or begged them to do or chased them down for — it’s that they’ve found so much in the character. It’s so rich and there’s such storytelling and amazing background and fullness and dimensionality. That surprises me. I read these scripts and they’ve written these intense scenes about a person and his motivations and his drives and desires and dissatisfactions and his efforts to become himself. They’ve fleshed out this character so deeply that I can’t believe. I can’t wait for people to see it.” (Bob Odenkirk goes from “Breaking Bad” to “Better Call Saul”)