I’m not sorry
You shouldn’t be
I'm waiting for my raggedy doctor to come and take me away in his blue box. Amy Pond is my idol and I want someone to love me the way Rory loved her.
I suffer from Post Pond Depression
Kaz is literally my everything.
Eleven will always be my doctor.
Karen & The Babes > Everything
Sherlock also ruined my life.
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Am I planning on returning? I mean, I don’t know. I mean, I said no before and then totally returned! [LAUGHS] So, don’t trust anything I say! But, I mean, I don’t know. I feel like now the character has been sort of put to bed and I also don’t wanna keep popping back because I want people to be able to go back and watch the stuff that I did at that time and know that, you know, they’ll still be sad by the goodbyes and everything rather then being like, “Oh, she’s gonna come back in a year!” [x]
I like being involved in interesting and creative things. I’d just rather be involved in creating it, rather than being in it.
How do you feel about Smillan, the ship name for you and Matt Smith?
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Karen Gillan - Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con - April 6, 2014
As “Doctor Who” fans know, this winter brought the emotional farewell to Matt Smith’s three-year run as the 11th incarnation of the Doctor. Gillan and he shared a special bond, since they started on the show at the same time.
In the final scene of his farewell, he hallucinates seeing Amy Pond, the first person he saw upon regenerating way back in 2010.
Gillan — who left the show in 2012 — says she thinks showrunner Steven Moffat wrote her into that scene just so she could be on set to give Smith emotional support.
“It was a really strange situation,” she says. “It was just the saddest thing I’ve ever seen to see him play his last scene as a character.”
The weight of the scene felt like the “end of the world.”
“Nothing’s going to be as fun as that,” she says.
Matt Smith is Karen Gillan’s favorite Doctor.
"From the bottom of my heart, it’s Matt Smith."
Who is the Doctor?