48 years ago today, the BBC televised a daft little show about a man with a flying box. They didn't expect much; it was suppose to be an educational family show. It relied on string and staples for it's special effects. It's main villain had a sink plunger attached to it. Yet, almost half a decade later, the show has become a national institution for Britain, an international phenomenon, and along with it has produced a fandom that spans three generations. 48 years ago today, the BBC televised Doctor Who, a daft old show, and probably the most loved too.
the doctor does NOT want to buy a house with you on some planet and watch you age while he regenerates as he sees fit. he does NOT want to stop traveling time and space. he does NOT wish to indulge your wish to have baby time lords with him. STOP NOW.
Psst…Rose does NOT want to buy a house and settle down and die. Rose does NOT want to stop traveling through time and space. Rose does NOT wish to have Time Lord babies.
I’m not sure what show you’re watching, honestly. Rose ran away with the Doctor to escape the drudgery of day to day life, remember? In TIL, the episode you’re referring to, they had lost the TARDIS. They had no choice. Regardless of whether Rose was with him or not, he wasn’t going to be able to live the same life anymore. He says this, remember? He says, “I suppose I’ll have to settle down.” He does. Not her. Then she teases him about having to get a mortgage and makes the suggestion that if they both have to get a house, it could be the same one. She’s making the best out of a bad situation.
Rose’s one goal in life is to travel time and space with the Doctor for as long as possible. She says this multiple times. Her mother even tries to convince her to stop traveling, to settle down, but Rose says the Doctor never will, so she won’t either.
Hate Rose all you want, but getting some facts right would probably help your case.