There was a moment as they looked at each other. The Doctor spread his hands as if he was about to embrace him or some other such nonsense.
So the Brigadier straightened his back. ‘Ah, Doctor,’ he said. ‘There you are at last. Spot of bother with these Faerie chappies. Good of you to help us out.’
The Doctor stared at him in utter astonishment.
Then he leapt forward and hugged the Brigadier anyway, laughing as he spun him round and round.
‘Stop,’ muttered the Brigadier, trying not to be hugged. ‘Stop it at once, Doctor. The men are watching.’
|—||The Shadows of Avalon (via stephadoo)|
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) and Horrible Histories(2009)
”A demon can get into real trouble, doing the right thing.” He nudged the angel. “Funny if we both got it wrong, eh? Funny if I did the good thing and you did the bad one, eh?”
“Not really,” said Aziraphale.
Crawly looked at the rain.
“No,” he said, sobering up. “I suppose not.”
Do you ever just cry because
“He wears yellow trousers and a vulgarly coloured coat, but tread carefully - he’s treacherous”
Nine Favorite Companion FarewellsThey leave. Because they should, or they find someone else. And some of them… Some of them forget me. I suppose, in the end…they break my heart.