“I’m Clara Oswald, I’m the impossible girl, I was born to save the Doctor.”
The Universe is big. It’s vast and complicated and ridiculous. And sometimes—very rarely—impossible things just happen and we call them miracles.
That’s how it goes for them - this is how they do it. She didn’t really say goodbye and neither did he. because not everything ends. not love. not always. not theirs. so they said - see you soon. and the Doctor, believing this is River’s final farewell, mustered up the courage to say it inside his tomb; because he’d never bury her anywhere else. together or not at all.
Ruby Rhod is one of my favorite characters in sci-fi ever because he is Luc Besson’s vision of the hetero sex symbol of the future: a flamboyant, emotionally labile man who wears skin-tight leopard print or decks himself in roses, a man who accessorizes with big jewelry and dabbles in cosmetics. And the ladies love him. Everything about him screams “gay” according to our stereotypes, but he’s portrayed as a 100% straight sexual dynamo.
Besson is one of the few directors I’ve seen who actually recognizes that our ideas of sexuality and gender performance might have changed drastically in the future.