Rory Williams character study: Doing it properly
A tiny little character detail I always loved- Rory’s respect for the dead. Whether it’s because of his nurse’s training or some deeper reason, he’s always quietly adamant that things are done properly. Returning Alaya back to her kind, covering up the Doctor, pushing the funeral boat out to sea…whether the dead person in question is a friend or an enemy he treats them the same.
And, in The Big Bang Rory doesn’t get really angry with the Doctor until he casually steps over Amy’s dead body. Watch his face and body language! You can see how this is a man who’d willingly protect his true love’s corpse for two thousand years.
“You better have a good reason—a very, very good reason—for drugging Rose Tyler right behind my back!”
As the Doctor rushes to save a very important space carrier from crashing and unable to leave the room, the crew decides to remove Rose Tyler “for her own safety,” which enters the Doctor into a frenzy of anger, despair and hopelessness as Rose is ripped away from him against her will.
so to recap, Capaldi is introduced as the new Doctor by walking out and doing
Which is totally a reference to
and now he comes out with his costume and it’s like
I can’t stop grinning
Together Or Not At All - The Song Of Amy And Rory (Doctor Who Series 7 Score)
+ CRYING CAUSE IT’S IN HQ QUALITY NOW.
AHH MY HEART!