I have many excuses for why this is late. For one thing, I was watching The Avengers and getting smashed on Saturday night. For another thing, I have a lot of feels to parse through. Hit the jump to find out what those feels are.
I’m putting the jump right here because I don’t want to spoil anything. Beware of many feels behind.
What? Wait, what? The Pond Lifes (Lives?) so far have been cute and funny. This one is bleak, and sad, and now I want to know What Is Wrong in the Pond household. I guess I’ll find out tomorrow.
In which we discover that these are all actually interrelated (rather than being five standalone one-shots) and that an Ood can be one hell of a butler. Only two days left ’till the big premiere (and I stop spamming our followers with Who stuff)!
This installment of Pond Life leads me to wonder: exactly how often does the Doctor drop off aliens for the Ponds to babysit?
Yesterday’s Pond Life was a bit more about the Doctor than it was about the Ponds. Today our leading couple has more of a starring role, as we see them interrupted mid-snooze in their not-bunkbeds bed at home.
So there are only Davison days left till the big premiere of Series Seven, and the wait is, I’m sure, killing all of you in the same way it’s been killing me. But to tide you over for those last five turns of the Earth, we have been granted Pond Life by the BBC. Pond Life gives us a glimpse into what it’s like to be Amy and Rory—when the Doctor isn’t around. These five one-minute episodes will be premiering every day this week. Be sure to keep an eye out here for the other four, and enjoy your first taste of Pond Life!
Before I even write a single word of review, here is a warning straight out of River Song’s little blue book: Spoilers, sweetie. (Although if you haven’t been following the show, you’ll be hella confused anyway.)