Sure, why not.
Sure, why not.
We just had The Day of the Doctor and this Christmas will bring us The Time of the Doctor. The upcoming Christmas Special episode of Doctor Who should be a big one for a bunch of reasons but let’s watch the new trailer before we talk about it.
The Third Conditional in English is the impossible “what if?”. All the other conditional forms deal either with present truths or future ideas, plans and dreams of what may come. They are the ones that are still soft and malleable, ready to change on a dime as the present hurtles into the future. But the Third, it stands alone and stony in the past, a constant reminder of all the stupid decisions you’ve made, every ripple of the butterfly effect shaping the puzzlebox hotch-potch that you are today. The Third is impossible in that, no matter the reason or motivation, you can never change what has gone before; all you can do is dream of what you would have done instead. If + Past Perfect + would have + Past Participle is the very structure of regret.
But base emotions like regret are just for mere humans. Impossible is nothing for a Time Lord. What might he possibly have to regret?
The Day of the Doctor is rapidly approaching. The 50th anniversary episode of the Doctor Who promises to explain a whole lot about the Doctor, his nature, and his involvement in the Time War. Now BBC has released a short film titled “Night of the Doctor” as a prelude. Let’s watch!
The Day of the Doctor is rapidly approaching and here’s a new trailer to get you psyched up! Let’s watch!
There’s a new poster for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Episode, now titled “The Day of the Doctor” which will see Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor working with David Tennants 10th Doctor and John Hurts as yet un-numbered “Dark Doctor”, wo was revealed at the end of the last series.
Let’s take a look!