Clockwork Princess Cover Reveal!

A few days ago, what is ed I posted about the things I was most looking forward to in the remaining months of 2012. One of those things happened to the third and last books of the Infernal Devices trilogy, Clockwork Princess. I posted a fan made cover of the book because there hadn’t been a released cover yet. 

Today, I would love to inform you and share with you the official cover of Clockwork Princess. 


Insert little fangirl scream. Actually, insert HUGE fangirl scream. 

It looks awesome and even better than I imagined. I seriously cannot wait til this book comes out. I was expecting it to come out in December of this year but was postponed until March 2013. 

The basic synopsis is this: Tessa Gray, a young girl in the Victorian age, comes away from America to London to meet up with her brother, Nate. Instead of Nate meeting her, however, she is kidnapped by the Dark Sisters. It is soon revealed that the world is not as she knows it, and she learns that she has a very strong power to shape-shift into anyone as long as she is holding an object belonging to that person. When she is rescued by Will and Jem (both extremely attractive Shadowhunters, humans with angel blood who fight demons and rogue Downworlders-vampires, warlocks, faery), she gets swept up into their world. While she deals with a family betrayal, corrupt politics, two very attractive boys to choose from, and a madmen with a pretty scary army, she tries to fit in and figure exactly who she is and where she came from. 

Now, the book series has almost come to an end, and like any middle book of a trilogy, it leaves a lot hanging. There are so many questions and I’m hoping that Clockwork Princess answers those questions. I love the cover because it shows Tessa looking so pretty, and a book can sometimes reveal a lot. I love the open book, could it be the Shadowhunter codex? Or maybe its a metaphor for the knowledge Tessa will finally gain on who she really is? Or is it just referring to her deep love for books? Who knows, but I can’t wait to find out!

Either way, I’m super happy about this cover and I cannot wait til it comes out. 

If you have not read any of Cassandra Clare’s books (which seriously is a travesty!), I recommend taking a trip down to Amazon where you can pick up her books, for fairly cheap:


City of Bones
City of Ashes
City of Glass
City of Fallen Angels
City of Lost Souls
City of Heavenly Fire (to be released Sept. 2014 TOO FAR AWAY) 


Clockwork Angel
Clockwork Prince
Clockwork Princess (Mar. 2013) 

Also, for all my California nerds, it is planned for Cassandra to write a Shadowhunter series in our very own Los Angeles. Insert more fangirl squeals!!!!

For all my fellow Shadowhunters (or Downworlders, if you wish), what do you think?! As always, let me know, in the comments :)

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Best Nerd of 2012…So Far…and What I Can’t Wait For!

Now that we have reached early July, information pills I’ve realized that half the year is over and damn, approved it went by fast. The beginning of 2012 has brought me many awesome things and there is still so much to look forward to these next six months. So now that I am smack dab in the middle of the year, I figured a nice countdown of some of the fantastic things that the year has already brought me and what I am most looking forward to. 

Best Things About 2012…So Far

5. Avengers movie 


The Avengers was an unbelievably amazing movie and of course it would be with nerdtastic Joss Whedon at the helm. It is packed full of action but not in an extremely annoying Michael Bay kind of way. It has drama, it has humor. All the actors do just a fantastic job. And let’s face it, Captain American, Ironman, Hawkeye, Thor and Bruce Banner made very geek girl out there feel a little hot and bothered. Then the awesome Avengers de Mayo party held by the ever fantastic Los Angeles Dumbledore’s Army was superb, especially since my team, Team Hawkeye, won :D

4. The Secret World of Arrietty


I feel like its been ages since a new Studio Ghibli movie has been released so I was dying with excitement to see this one. I would definitely say its one of my favorites (after Howl’s Moving Castle, of course). It’s based on the great children’s book, The Borrowers, by Mary Norton and its sooo much better and more fun than its 1997 counterpart. Although…Tom Felton as a little redhead? Adorable.

3. City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare


This is the fifth installment of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series and I warn you, if you have not read them all yet, there are definitely spoilers ahead. (SPOILER ALERT!!!). Now, the series is about Clary Fray, a normal teenager who suddenly gets swept up in the world of Shadowhunters, half human, half angel demon hunters. It’s no surprise when it turns out that she has Shadowhunter blood and the story unfolds from there. The series was originally supposed to be a trilogy and the third book ended pretty perfectly, in my opinion. Then the 4th book came out and I absolutely loathed it. The plotline seemed to focus more on whether Clary and Jace were going to have sex or not and less on actual demon hunting. I really debated on getting Lost Souls and I’m glad I did. It doesn’t quite reach the epicness of the first three but it did redeem the series. Now if only Alex Pettyfer was playing Jace and not Jamie Bower…

2. Hunger Games


I love love love LOVE Hunger games and I could not wait for the movie. I couldn’t wait so badly that when it did eventually come out, I saw it three times in one week. And I really liked it. I thought it was a good adaptation. The book centers on a country, Panem, that uses the Hunger Games-a contest to the death featuring the nation’s children-to keep its citizens subdued. Its a sort of brutal idea, kids fighting other kids to the death and the nation watching it on television like a fun reality show. I was impressed on how they did it, portraying the violence but not throwing it in your face so all the young readers could still go to the a movie that wasn’t rated R. The icing on the cake was the epic Capitol party held by the Los Angeles Dumbledore’s Army, where I represented District 4 and partied all night long.

1. Once Upon a Time


I know that the season started in 2011 but it finished in 2012 so pooh on your technicalities. This is the best new show, easily. The cast was perfectly selected and each episode kept me watching. It follows Emma Swan, a 28-year-old bail bondsperson, who meets her son, Henry, for the first time after giving him up ten years ago. She soon gets swept up in the life of Storybrooke, Maine, where cursed storybook characters have been living the past few decades, unaware of their real identities. Of course, Emma is the only one who can save them. It was so awesome to get alternate views of fairy tales and hell, I loved the romance. My pony-wanting, prince-seeking, little girl princess heart loved this.

Best Things in 2012…To Come…

5. Clockwork Princess


Please keep in mind that this is NOT a legitimate cover for this novel. The cover has not yet been released and this is a cover generated by a fan on Okay, now that that’s taken care of. this is the last installment of the Infernal Devices series, the Victorian age counterpart to the previously mentioned Mortal Instruments. This one follows Tessa Gray, a young girl who gets pulled into the Shadowhunter world when she discovers she has shape-shifting powers. I LOVE this series even more than I love the Mortal Instruments. I’ve been counting down the days til the last novel since the previous one came out this past December. I can’t wait to see how this ends as Tessa battles Mortmain and his robot army and figures out exactly what she is. This will hit stores in December of this year.

Just kidding, I’ve just learned that this has been delayed until March 2013. I’m still leaving it on the list though. I dare you to argue with me :D

4. Once Upon a Time, Season Two


I’m warning you, if you have not watched Once Upon a Time and you plan to (and why wouldn’t you plan to!), I would warn you not to read further. I’m gonna spoil allll of season one for you. So now that I’ve warned you…I seriously cannot wait til season two. Season one ended on a crazy note! Emma finally believes in her destiny, finally breaks the curse, all the fairy tale characters remember who they are. Snow and Charming are back together finally! Belle and Rumple are finally together! Regina is finally going down! What could go wrong? Everything, apparently, as Rumple returns the magic to the land and you see that sly little smile from Regina and then it ends. I can’t wait to see how this changes everything. Regina is obviously not going anywhere and now that the people of Storybrooke know who she is, how is that all going to play out? And I can’t wait to see Emma accept David/Charming and Mary Margaret/Snow as her parents :D. Once Upon a Time seems likely to return in October of this year.

3. Doctor Who, Series 7


Now that I’ve busted my way through the first six series in about a month and now consider myself a Whovian (and I’m considering a Tardis tattoo…hey, why not?), I am dying to have the Doctor back. This season should be great and the previews for it have looked exciting so far. Halfway through this season, the Doctor’s current companion’s Amy Pond and Rory Williams will depart and the Doctor will get a new companion played by Jenna Louise Coleman. I’m looking forward to seeing how awesome Jenna is and I’m dreading the tears that will inevitably come as Amy and Rory depart, in what has been revealed to be a heartbreaking departure involving the freaky Weeping Angels. Rumors are abound as to when it returns but it seems likely to return between September and October of this year.

2. The Hobbit


Its been nearly ten years since The Return of the King came out in theaters. Now, Peter Jackson is likely to impress us once more with his amazingness (and yeah, that’s word. try and dispute that, I dare you, I’ll just ignore you haha). The Hobbit is one of my favorite books, this one is a little simpler than the LoTR series. Where the LoTR is all about saving the very existence of Middle Earth, The Hobbit is about Bilbo going on an adventure. Yes, it’s dangerous and yes, he gets his hands on the one Ring, that leads to the LoTR series, but its more adventurous by far. I’m seriously looking forward to it, and you know I’ll be out there at midnight, cosplaying as a Hobbit or Elf. I’m also really excited to see Martin Freeman as Bilbo because I already love him as John Watson on Sherlock. This movie comes out December 14th.

1. The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

Now I know its going to be completely different from Harry Potter. I get that. I’ve accepted that. From what I’ve read, its a political thriller about a mysterious murder in a small town and how it reveals a whole web of conspiracy in the town. Definitely in a different realm of wizards and magic. But I’m so excited for it. I love reading mostly everything I can get my hands on and JKR is a phenomenal author. She’s a magician with words. So the fact that this is the first thing she’ll have put out since Deathly Hallows back in 2007 has got me going fangirl crazy. I’m sure that its going to be wonderful and I’m hoping that the millions of HP fans out there will accept it as a separate thing from Harry Potter. Nothing will ever touch HP in my mind and heart but I have every faith that this will be a great novel. I’m counting down the days til the release on September 27th.

So those are the things I’m most looking forward to for the rest of the year, and I’ve just hit the tip of the iceberg of exciting things coming. I mean, there’s a TON of movies coming out, like the new Batman and Leo Dicaprio’s The Great Gatsby and Logan Lerman and Emma Watson in Perks of a Wallflower . There are epic video games coming out and so so so much more. There is so much to look forward to. What are some of the best things about 2012 so far and what are you guys most looking forward to? As always, let me know in the comments. And thanks for reading guys!

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My First Anime Expo

The best thing about being a nerd is discovering new stuff. 

Honestly. I live for books and movies and tv shows and almost anything that’s science fiction-y or supernatural. I’m constantly looking for my new obsession. 

Now my younger brother (one of my brothers, ambulance I have like 30 of them) is fairly obsessed with anime and has been going to anime conventions and cosplaying as Tsuna from Hitman Reborn for awhile now. I was supposed to go with him to the big Anime Expo last year, pharmacy but funds just kept me from going. This year however, order he bugged me until I bought my badge, months in advance. 

To be completely truthful, I’m not the biggest anime fan. It’s not that I don’t like it; I definitely do. I just don’t know a lot of it. I watched Inuyasha, Sailor Moon, Yu Yu Hakusho when they were on TV and I’m absolutely obsessed with early Pokemon. I read my share of mangas,mostly Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2. I also absolutely ADORE any and all Studio Ghibli films. So I was feeling apprehensive about going to the expo; I wasn’t sure if I was going to fit in or have fun. 

I was so wrong! And I love being wrong when it comes to things like this!

Anime Expo was so much FUN! And there were so MANY reasons for that.

The people were awesome. Everyone was friendly and welcoming, no matter what you were. I dressed in my Ravenclaw gear and even though that is completely not anime, people were awesome and didn’t judge at all.


It was crowded, but in a good way. Having ditched Comic Con after only a couple years of going because of the insane amount of people that go nowadays, this con was perfect. It had a ton of people to let you know that it was going to be a good time but it wasn’t so crowded that you couldn’t move. 

The lines. And by lines, I mean the basically nonexistent ones. I mean, sure there were lines and they were long. The line to get your badge was long, the lines to get into panels were long, the lines to meet people were long. BUT they didn’t take forever! You could show up ten minutes before a panel, and be the last person in line and make it in and have a decent seat. Beautiful. 

The cosplays. There were some seriously awesome cosplays. There were a lot that I didn’t get, seeing as I’m not the biggest anime fan in the world. But that didn’t even matter. They were just done so well, that I was incredibly impressed. 


Sophie and Howl From one of my favorite movies, definitely my favorite Studio Ghibli films. 

But cosplays ranged anywhere from impressive, to cute, with this little Baby Cloud, from Final Fantasy


to awesomely OLD SCHOOL! (you know, for a 90s kid like me)…That’s Lola Bunny from Space Jam, if you didn’t know


to just downright sexy, like half naked HOT pokemon…


But my favorite part about the Anime Expo was discovering something new, or new to me, at least. One of my brother’s favorite anime shows is Madoka Magica. They had a panel for the show with all the English voice actors and then an autograph signing with those voice actors. Of course, we had to go. Between the panel and the autograph signing, I was hooked.


What caught me was that there was a cute little cat-like creature named Kyubey who encouraged these young girls to become Magical Girls (who hunted witches) in exchange for one wish, any wish. They get super awesome magical powers, get to be powerful and fight witches and have bad ass costumes. Sounds pretty great right? Only apparently Kyubey is not what he seems and you definitely DO NOT want to enter a contract with him.

Now I’m only a few episodes in, but its been fantastically awesome. The show is funny and dramatic and full of action. And the actresses who play some of the main characters: Madoka, Kyoko, Homura, Sayaka, Mami and Kyubey were fun to meet; funny, laidback and genuinely excited to meet their fans.


Lauren Landa, voice actress of the character Kyoko, posing with the Madoka Magica manga book she signed for me!

So, in a nutshell, I had a great time and I encourage all nerds to go, if only to discover fun and awesome new things. You’ll definitely have a good time and who knows, you could go home part of a new fandom. 

And I know definitely I will be going again next year, and who knows? You may just see me in a Sayaka or Madoka outfit next year…

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Worst Blogger Ever

I know, decease I know, approved its been sooooo long since I posted, it seems.

I do apologize to my three avid readers (are there three? maybe no one reads this! haha)

Anyway, this nerd girl has been quite busy lately and hasn’t had the chance to write an awesome blog post for you guys yet!

However, I’m spending this weekend (today and tomorrow) at the Anime Expo in Los Angeles (only about 35 minutes away from my dear hometown), and will be writing a nice, long AWESOME post on how AWESOME its been.

I promise. Scout’s honor :D

Until then, what’s been going on in all of your nerd lives? What’s been tickling your fancy this week?

Nerd Ink

When I was twenty-one years old, viagra 60mg many moons ago in the year two thousand and nine, I decided to get my first tattoo. It probably came as no surprise to anyone who knew me that I decided to get the Deathly Hallows symbol from Harry Potter on the inside of my wrist.


Getting that tattoo realy showed me how wide the variety of fandom tattoos really is. If I ever thought I was unique in getting a Harry Potter tattoo, I was so completely wrong. Through my nerdom adventures and my discovery of the Los Angeles Dumbledore’s Army, I’ve really experienced some of the awesomeness in nerd ink.

Now, three years later, I’ve gotten a Star Wars tattoo and three more Harry Potter tattoos, the most recent just last week.


It has really made me think why one gets a “nerd” tattoo. Most people tend to think we’re nuts. The usual response that I get is, “You know that’s permanent, right?” (No, really?! Thank Merlin I have you here to tell me tattoos are permanent). I have found that the responses all vary, from deep and meaningful to silly to because they just wanted to show some love for the fandom. I talked a few of my friends into sharing their tattoos and why they got them.

Victoria-Harry Potter


“Siempre=Always. Meant more to me in regards to that I started reading Harry Potter to my dad when he was in the hospital with cancer.”

Jessica-Harry Potter


“The quote around the Deathly Hallows symbol [It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live, for those who can’t read it] is sort of a mantra for my life and words to live by! The thing about the page stars that I like is that only Harry Potter fans will know what they are!”

Allison-Venture Bros. 


“I have Hank Venture from the cartoon Venture Brothers tattooed on my upper left arm and its great! 90% of the people who see it don’t know what it is. On top of that, its a matching tattoo with my brother (He has Dean). He and I are incredibly close, and I love having a bond and connection with him over something nerdy like this.”



“It’s the Cullen family crest. I got it shortly after the movie and I just wanted a symbol of the series to mark how it changed my life.”

Aaron-Harry Potter


“I liked the design and Death Eaters are cool.”

Monster-Star Wars/Princess Bride


“I’ve been a Star Wars fan for as long as I can remember. These two represent my good and bad sides, you can’t have one without the other. Mind you, I do lean towards the dark side. My Dread Pirates Roberts is for my romantical side. I will do what has to be done for a loved one. I am an old fashioned gentle dyke and often reply “as you wish”. I’ll do just about anything for my true love.”

Tanya-Harry Potter/Record Collecting

“The Ravenclaw tattoo was inspired by my love of pinup art. I wanted a HP tattoo but I wanted something that would still reflect my personality so I got a traditional Ravenclaw pinup witch.
The little girl tattoo is a tribute to my love of collecting vinyl especially 50s R&B. My husband is a DJ and I like to dig for records for him.”

Sara (me)-Harry Potter


This is on my left side shoulder blade. The quote is from Harry Potter, from James and Lily Potter’s gravestone, the stars are the page stars from the books. It reminds me, along with my Deathly Hallows, to not fear the unknown and to not fear death when it comes. It also just represents my completely obsession with Harry Potter.”

And these are only a sampling of the cool and awesome tattoos that I’ve come across. I’ve seen Star Wars and Harry Potter, anime and Star Trek, Twilight and Doctor Who, Disney, video games, music, I could go on. Whatever the reason or meaning, its pretty damn cool that there are people like me, willing and proud to show off their love for their fandom.

Now I am proud of my five fandom tattoos and I know my friends are too. Do you have any nerd tattoos or have any plans to get some any time in the future? Share in the comments!

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No One Forgets Their First Doctor

Now, discount my most recent obsession has been Doctor Who. People have been telling me to watch this show for YEARS and I’ve just never done it. Finally one day, I was bored, the entire series is on Netflix and I decided to watch it.

I powered through the entire six seasons in about a month, maybe less. I watched it for hours before I forced myself to go to bed and as soon as I woke up in the morning. I became obsessed.

 This is a fantastic show. It has everything a nerd could want: fantasy and sci-fi, but with humor and charm. Christopher Eggleston, David Tennant and Matt Smith all do wonderful at playing The Doctor, a 900-year-old time-traveling, regenerating alien, who literally can’t go anywhere without the end of the universe being at stake.

So I decided to compile a little list of my absolute favorite Doctor Who moments. I do warn you; there are major spoilers (BEEP BEEP SPOILER ALERT!) ahead. If you have never watched Doctor Who, or just don’t care to (though you’re crazy! Why on earth would you not want to watch this show!), I would tread carefully. I don’t want to ruin some of the best things about this fantastic show.

10. Donna Noble’s First Appearance-Season 2, Episode 3: Doomsday


Donna Noble, the Tenth Doctor’s third companion, is one of my favorites. She’s brash and humorous and sometimes doesn’t always quite believe in herself to be as amazing as she is. She is a fantastic character and Catherine Tate does a great job playing her. When she first appears, randomly, in the Tardis, its hilarious. The Doctor has just said an extremely emotional good-bye to Rose Tyler (see later…) and is quietly contemplating when Donna suddenly appears and demands to know how the hell she got into the Tardis. Of course, the Doctor is completely confused and then its the end of the episode. This is such an insanely hilarious moment which brings you back from your tears (don’t lie, you cried) and reminds you that next season is going to be so much fun.

9. Fish Fingers and Custard-Season 5, Episode 1: The Eleventh Doctor


This episode made me extremely nervous. It’s the first episode with Matt Smith as the Doctor and I adored David Tennant. I was extremely sad to see David Tennant leave. So I went into this episode with a little bit of trepidation. Boy, was I just being paranoid? Matt Smith is a GREAT Doctor and brings his own bit of humor and charm to the role. The first scene between him and Amy Pond, as he tries to figure out what he wants to eat is hilarious. He wants apples, he hates apples, he wants yogurt, he hates yogurt, and bacon and beans and on and on. And it’s not until he grabs a box of fish fingers and a tub of custard, that is he finally satisfied. And this moment is so pivotal in the friendship between the Doctor and Amy Pond, it is such an important moment to them.

8. “FANTASTIC!”-Season 1 All Episodes


Christopher Eggleston, a.k.a. the 9th Doctor, only had one season to himself and I feel is sometimes overlooked. I adored him. Season one is the first season I watched and his character, his humor and his charm is what brought me on board to watch the show. He can be silly and make jokes about the most random things but he can be so serious and worldly and wise at the same time. Every single time he said his key phrase “Fantastic!” I couldn’t help but have the biggest smile in the world.

7. The Face of Boe-Season 3, Episode 13: Last of the Time Lords


Now this little reveal at the end of Season 3, has always been speculation, never actual confirmation. The Face of Boe had been a recurring character in Doctor Who and so had Captain Jack. We learn that Jack cannot die and it has been speculated that the Face of Boe dies at a very very old age. When Captain Jack says in the third season finale that they called him the Face of Boe…I admit it, my mouth dropped open. It made perfect sense to me and whether or not its actually true…well it still was an awesome moment that got every Whovian thinking.

6. I’m the Doctor-Season 5, Episode 1: The Eleventh Hour


This is one of my favorite scenes with Matt Smith. You’re feeling kind of apprehensive of him, he is a new Doctor and we’re not quite behind him yet. But this moment makes me on board in an instant. He saves the entire world in 20 minutes from the Atraxi and then CALLS THEM BACK to threaten them to never come back to Earth ever. They show a nice little montage of all the Doctors previous and then says “Hi, I’m the Doctor. Basically…run.” Even you didn’t cheer along with this, you have no emotions.

5. Are You My Mummy?-Season 1, Episode 9 and 10: The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances


I think most people would agree that this is one of the creepiest episodes in the Doctor Who history. I’m not the biggest fan of creepy kids in movies; that’s one of the only thing that scares the living daylights out of me in movies. So this little kid, wearing a gas mask, walking around asking for his mummy, is straight up freaky. And then all the people in the hospital start growing gas masks out of their face. The best part of the episode is when Nancy accepts this little boy as her son, causing even the hardest heart to say “Aw.”

 4. Saying Goodbye-The End of Time Special, Part 2


This is the most emotional moment in the Doctor Who series, besides my number one pick. The Doctor has gotten rid of the Master, and sacrificed himself for Donna’s grandfather, Wilfred. It’s time for him to die, time for him to regenerate. He goes to each of his companions, tells them goodbye and helps them. He comes back to the Tardis and now, its really time for goodbye. David Tennant’s performance is phenomenal, and you can’t help but feel your heart wrench when he says “I don’t want to go”.  For a David Tennant fan, this is a sad moment and a goodbye moment and its beautifully done.

3. Jumping Out of a Mirror-Season 2, Episode 4: The Girl in the Fireplace


This is one of my favorite episodes. I love the episodes where the Doctor goes back in time and meets famous historical figures like Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, the queens, and Vincent Van Gogh. I think this is just a fun episode, the aliens are interesting looking and the story between Madame de Pompadour and the Doctor is so genuine and believable. I almost felt bad that there couldn’t have been anything between them. (I’m a huge Rose-The Doctor shipper). But the best moment of the episode is when the Doctor mounts the horse and goes crashing through the mirror that represents the time dimension and goes to rescue Madame de Pompadour from getting her brain ripped from her body. Epic. Moment.

2. Something Blue-Season 5, Episode 14: The Big Bang


The Big Bang is one of my favorite episodes because it has so many awesome moments; The Doctor jumping back and forth in time, the infamous fez, Rory waiting and protecting Amy Pond for 2000 years, etc. But my favorite moment is when Amy remembers the Doctor, after he has basically never existed, at her wedding and knows, without a doubt, that the Doctor is coming because he will always come. She says the famous wedding words “Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue”, which I thought was a fantastic way to describe the Tardis. To me, it shows a really turning point for Amy. She lost faith in people as a child when the mysterious Raggedy Doctor says he’ll be back in five minutes and doesn’t return for 12 years and now regains that trust and faith. Plus Rory saying “How could we forget the Doctor…I was plastic!” is just a fantastic Rory moment.

1. Rose and Doctor Farewell-Season 2, Episode 13: Doomsday


I love Rose Tyler. She is by far my favorite companion. And I loved her relationship with the Doctor. She is the only companion that I wanted with the Doctor. My least favorite companion was Martha because she fell in love with the Doctor. I was like, uh, no, he loves Rose! Anyway, the scene where you realize that Rose is in a parallel world and they are living away from each other…it sucks. It’s horrible. You can’t believe it and you’re hoping its not true. Then the scene where Rose comes to Norway and the Doctor comes to say his final goodbye…water works. Tears galore. You can feel Rose’s pain as she realizes that she will never see him again (as far as we know) and when she finally says her feelings out loud. The scene is so raw and real and makes me cry. Every. Single. Time.

Now, if you’ve never watched Doctor Who and you’ve read that entire thing, I’m sorry for ruining it for you. I did warn you above. Sorry I’m not that sorry. But you should definitely check out the show. Its definitely my favorite show now and my new nerd obsession.

And for those of you who have watched Doctor Who and love it, do you agree? What would be some of your favorite moments?

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P.S. Do I say the word “fantastic” a lot? I think that I do. Well its an awesome word!