12 - Funniest moments?
Really, way too many to even count, so, here's one. Anytime Eleven is embarrassed is usually hilarious.
13 - Moments that made you cry?
Not many of those -- I'm not a big crier. And when I do, it's more because of overwhelmingly happy things instead of actual sad things. I definitely welled up at the end of Vincent and the Doctor, when they bring him to the art museum, and Bill Nighy is monologue-ing about how Van Gogh was the greatest painter of all time. And then also when The Doctor and Amy come back, and Amy finds that they did change one other thing... It's happy in a sad way, and so sweet!
14 - Saddest episode?
"The End of Time Part II" when my beloved Ten regenerates.
Ten: "I don't want to go!"
Me: "NOO, I don't want you to go either!! You're my favorite!"
Eleven: "Oh, I've still got legs!" Etc...
Me: "YAY, Eleven! My favorite!!"
So, not too sad then... I also found "A Christmas Carol" to be very sad and good.
15 - Favorite friendship?
Ten and Donna comes immediately to mind. They banter like there's no tomorrow, and look like they're having a blast with it. They have a special kind of chemistry you can't fake, and a relationship like that that never turns romantic is always highly appreciated by me. This is as close to romance they ever get:
16 - Favorite couple?
Oh, I have many, many of those. I am a girl after all!
|The one constant in Doctor Who; The Doctor and his TARDIS. True love.|
Favorite actor... this is difficult. I can't even choose who my favorite actor in general is! How about this; I'll limit it to guest stars -- some of my favorite actors guest-starring on Doctor Who!
|Colin Morgan, aka Merlin, being all dark in "Midnight."|
|Andrew Garfield (the latest in the role of Spider-Man) had a sweet character in a two-part-er!|
|Ferb of Phineas and Ferb, anyone? Thomas Brodie-Sangster also got a two-part-er.|
|Hugh Bonneville being all Pirate-y in that pirate episode, "Curse of the Black Spot"|
18 - Favorite actress?
I'll do the same for the ladies.
|Carey Mulligan, one of my all-time favorite actresses as the gorgeous girl, Sally Sparrow.|
|Felicity Jones in "The Unicorn and the Wasp" She also starred along with Mulligan in Northanger Abbey.|
|Daisy Haggard being sweet as Sophie in "The Lodger." In Sense and Sensibility, she shows she can be impressively annoying as well.|
19 - Favorite writer?
Well, based on my favorite episodes, I have to say Moffat, and suppose that's true, even though he is mean to us poor fans sometimes. (Ha, sometimes!) When he took over, the show improved dramatically, but he writes so many episodes, and they're not all my favorites. I also enjoy episodes by Mark Gatiss, and all (two) of Neil Cross' episodes.
Be sure to check back in two days for the FINALE, and the last question! Allons-y!