Was it just him, or did the TARDIS suddenly seem smaller? Ever since they’d left Mickey Smith in the alternate universe, the Doctor felt as if there was no way to avoid one Rose Tyler. Not that he was actively avoiding her, of course. Well, maybe just a bit. Tiny bit only, mind. It seemed as if his Old Girl had other ideas.
Great news Australian fans, Billie is set to attend her first conventions in Australia in March & April!
Whovian Experience tickets are available here for Oz Comic-Con Perth and Oz Comic-Con Adelaide. The Whovian Experience ticket is your chance to guarantee some time with the amazing Billie Piper. It includes the following for 1 person (adult or child):
Priority entry into Oz Comic-Con
1 autograph from Billie Piper.
1 professional photograph with Billie Piper.
Reserved seating in the Whovian Experience panel (with Billie Piper).
Oz Comic-Con souvenir event DVD (filmed and produced by Turncoat Studios).
Priority queuing for photographs and autographs from Billie Piper.
Please note that while you can choose Saturday or Sunday Whovian Experience tickets, the listed day only applies to the day you can redeem your included autograph and photograph. The included weekend entry entitles you to attend the event on both days, and to attend the exclusive Whovian panel on the Sunday (there is no exclusive Whovian panel on Saturday).
Advent calendar prompt--- Nine and Rose get captured on an alien planet and there's only one way to get free. That's right, musical chairs!!! You either sit or you die! (Don't know where this came from sorry :)
The Doctor and Rose are captured by an organisation that hosts a fatal game show—Musical Chairs of Death—and he’s forced to watch her fight for her life.
Rating: Teen Genre: Angst, fluff, hurt/comfort Word count: 2446 Beta: re-sile
When those heartless bastards shoot the poison dart at Rose and it burrows into her neck, the Doctor stops breathing. She sags down on the floor with a whimper and lands next to the only remaining chair, legs folded under her, arms flung this way and that. The grey-skinned, lithe alien, who sat down on the last remaining chair the second the music stopped, squeezes her eyes shut to avoid watching the life leave the yellow-haired human. He can’t do the same, can’t tear his eyes off his dying companion.
He clenches his fists, his jaw, curls his toes in his boots, but he doesn’t tug, doesn’t try to break free. He’s already spent hours fighting to get loose, rubbing his wrists and ankles raw as he’s been forced to watch the fatal game, and now he sits with his sleeves and socks soaked in his blood. The poison had the other contestants writhing in pain until they met their end, but Rose lies unmoving, her breaths shallowing as she slips away. His hearts grow colder and harder until they freeze, shattering the moment her chest stills.
Pairing: Ten/Rose Rating: K Summary: A chance encounter with heiress Rose Tyler starts John Smith, a TA with a controlling professor and two free-loading colleagues, down a road he never thought he deserved.
A/N: Written for crocophant for the 2013 Secret Santa fic exchange. Hope you enjoy it! Thanks to rudennotgingr for the beta! :D
“Mr. Smith! Mr. Smith, wait up!”
John closed his eyes and let out a sigh, before turning and plastering on a smile to the running student. “Nolan. Enjoying your weekend?”
The boy puffed a bit before nodding. “I was actually just on my way to ask you about chapter five. I’ve been studying, but the homework makes no sense.”
“My office hours are posted on my door, and any further hours require an appointment,” John reminded him yet again. “There’s tutoring available if you need it.”
“But they don’t help!” Nolan complained. “And I was supposed to meet up with Mr. Mitchell, but he was with another student and told me to come to you!”
John bit back a groan. Of course. “Was the student female?”
Nolan paused. “Er, yes. But it was a different subject and…”
“Never mind,” John interrupted. “Just remember what I said in class- everything you need is on the formula sheet I passed out on the first day. Just look at what numbers you have, what numbers you need, and then compare it to that sheet.”