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Earlier this week Sage posted her Top 5 TV Boyfriends, so clearly I must do the same.  It’s funny, because as I was putting list together, I realized that I not only have a physical type when it comes to my TV boyfriends, I clearly have an emotional type as well.  All of these men are men who are SURE.  They are SURE in their love for their partner, even when they are not in a relationship with them.  Their love never wavers.  Clearly, that says something about me, but that analysis is probably better left to a shrink.

There is a quote from Grey’s Anatomy that sums all of these guys up:

I am sure. I am steady. And I know that I am a heart man. I take them apart and I put them back together and I hold them in my hands. I am a heart man. So this I am sure, you are my partner, my lover, my very best friend, my heart…my heart beats for you. And on this day, the day of our wedding, I promise you this: I promise you to lay my heart in the palm of your hands, I promise you me.

(Now, let’s IGNORE the fact that the above wedding didn’t actually happen.  That’s neither here nor there.)

So let’s take a look at these men who have given women everywhere incredibly unrealistic expectations for relationships, shall we?

1) Seeley Booth – Bones

I’m just gonna go ahead and quote Angela Montenegro here: “Booth is a big, strong, hot guy who wants to save your life. I mean, you actually have a knight in shining FBI standard-issue body armor, so cut him some slack.”

Enough said.  Next please.

Also I CANNOT with how he looks at Brennan.  Boreanaz has TRULY perfected the “I love you so much it physically hurts me” look, no?

And if that’s not enough, as we saw in last week’s episode, he puts on carnivals for sick children and wants to remain anonymous about it. *DIES*

2) Pacey Witter – Dawson’s Creek

Pacey Witter treads the line between TV Bad Boy that we love anyway (our post about THOSE is coming in the next few weeks) and perfect TV Boyfriend.  But come on.  HE BOUGHT JOEY A WALL (well…rented it.  BUT STILL).  He counted to ten before kissing her again just in case she wanted to stop him.  He “remembers everything”.  He named his boat “True Love” for Joey.  Basically, underneath all of his bravado, Pacey Witter was the world’s BIGGEST romantic.

Stop it.

Sure Pacey was very often self-destructive and plagued by feelings of unworthiness (UGH THE END OF SEASON FOUR).  He always had the best of intentions, but often messed up in trying to carry them out.  But his flaws are what made him perfect.  No matter what, no matter how badly he would muck things up, you always cheered for him and wanted him to be happy.  Even if it WAS with Joey Potter, who didn’t deserve his wonderfulness.

Yeah I said it.

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Alert to all of our fellow Whovians!  Last year’s delightful Christmas Special, “The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe” is currently free on iTunes.   Scroll down to #33 on this list!

Did anyone else SOB over this exchange last year?  Cause I know *I* did!

  • Amy: We’re about to have Christmas dinner. Joining us?
  • The Doctor: If it’s no trouble.
  • Rory: There’s a place set for you.
  • The Doctor: But you didn’t know I was coming. Why would you set me a place?
  • Amy: Oh, because we always do. It’s Christmas, you moron.

Happy Crying.  Humany-Wumany.

Also get it because this happened:
Eleven and Hammocks


Doctor Who 7 x 05
The Angels Take Manhattan

Posted by Kim

“…Just make it a good one.”

And what a good one it was.

I can’t bear to watch the episode again.  I woke up this morning, thought about it, and started crying again.  Luckily Tumblr exists and I can see all the key moments without having to actually watch it.  So here are my thoughts, posted after the jump for any spoilerphobes out there who haven’t seen the episode yet.

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I’ll be back tomorrow with a more detailed post (if I can survive watching the episode again to take notes), but for now…let me express my feels.

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As Sage once BRILLIANTLY pointed out to Matt Smith (another story for another blog entry), the reason most of us tune in to Doctor Who week after week is not for the epic Monster of the Week story, but for the relationship between the Doctor and his human companions. Honestly, the overarching plot of this week’s episode, The Power of Three, felt arbitrary. The slow invasion existed principally to give the Doctor (and the viewers) more time with the Ponds. And considering I teared up no less than three times in the episode, those emotional moments paid off in spades.

The pinnacle of the episode to me was the scene between The Doctor and Amy where they talked about how Amy and Rory are considering stopping traveling with The Doctor. The Doctor and Amy’s relationship has often been compared to that of Peter Pan and Wendy, and in this series we’ve seen Amy grow up and need her Raggedy Doctor less and less. And Matt and Karen have played that realization perfectly…every scene between them has been tinged with a bittersweet beauty (for both the characters and Matt and Karen as actors) and my heart breaks a little bit each time. And don’t even get me started on this line: “Because you were the first. The first face this face saw and you were seared onto my hearts, Amelia Pond. You always will be.” Fantastic writing. (Side note: that line also further solidified to me the bond between the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler, as she was the first face that face ever saw. Nope…I’m never letting that flawless OTP go. NEVER.)

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