Source: Karen Hallion at TeeFury
Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) is special. She was one of the very few (if only) Doctor Who companions who was a mate, just a friend and yet a really good friend. Donna started with a Christmas episode with the 10th Doctor. She was swept away from her wedding and off to an adventure with Doctor Who.
At one point Donna was the most important woman in all of creation (she saved the whole of reality from the Daleks). Then she was left back at home to go on with her life, not even knowing she had been so much more.Her adventure ended (far too soon) when the Doctor had to erase her memory of everything they had done and accomplished together. It was a tragic ending. A sad ending.
Donna Noble should have had so much better. In a later episode they brought her back as the 10th Doctor was dying – as a way of making amends (to fans I think) Donna was given a winning lottery ticket as she married someone else. To wrap things up with a tidy bow – the money for the ticket came from her Father who was deceased in the present.
Donna was gone too soon. She had so much potential and so much more storyline could have been developed – it wasn’t right to take her away and try to tie up the loose ends in a pretty bow for fans.
How could I ever go back to normal life after seeing this? I’m going to travel with that man forever. Donna Noble.
Finished this today while watching the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary show.
Found on Tumblr.
From Think Geek
I’ve never seen Paul McGann as Doctor Who. I’d like to. I like the look of him. In some of the photos I found he reminds me of Severus Snape from Harry Potter. But, he also gets the steampunk look with his wardrobe and the Tardis too. Lucky.