What happens when the Doctor runs out of regenerations?
Audience Member:This question for Mr. Moffat. How are you going to keep doing the regenerations because, the Doctor is only supposed to have 12 and he's used them all up apart from that last one.
Moffat:First of all, he can regenerate 12 times and that would mean there would be 13 Doctors. What we'll do in the event that we reach that point, and we've had 13 Doctors, there's this emergency BBC protocol. We will....make something up.
“Chloe and Oliver, who are married, want to move to Star City and get on with their lives. Because of all the chaos in season 10, they didn’t have a chance to be married. It’s a lot of them figuring out what to do next. As it happens, things get in the way. For Chloe and Oliver, something happens in the first twelve weeks that very much gives them pause and they have to stay to figure it all out before they can leave.”—Bryan Q. Miller gives up info on the comic continuation of Smallville. [x]
“It always seems impossible when you start casting these parts, but when we saw Matt (Smith) and Jenna together, we knew we had our girl. She’s funny and clever and exactly mad enough to step on board the Tardis.”—Steven Moffat on Jenna-Louise Coleman
have you ever loved a fictional character so much that you could literally write a novel about why they’re so perfect and flawless and you just want them to be real so you can be their best friend or marry them but you know they’re not and they never will be so instead you just sob to yourself in your room