1. Fact #904

    classicwhofacts:

    There are an infinite number of parallel universe and alternate timelines and such. In every single one, Ian and Barbara are together in some way, shape, or form. 

     
  2. raggedygirl91:

    Companions: Barbara Wright (1963 - 1964)

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  3. touchdownpossum:

    Planet of Giants

    An accident lands a miniaturised TARDIS crew in a nightmare garden. (“Land of the Giants” meets “Silent Spring”.)

    My 100 favorite Doctor Who stories in no particular order [x]

     
  4. unwillingadventurer:

    Ian and Barbara in the historicals.

     
  5. Everyone thinks they eloped. In a way, it’s true. One day not too long after the Aztecs, the Doctor asked if Barbara wanted to move her things from the room she shared with Susan to Ian’s room–if the Doctor had his own room, they didn’t know where it was–and Susan had squeaked loudly and asked if they were going to have kittens now, because she was pretty sure she remembered seeing a portable loom in one of the cupboards and Barbara had gently explained that human children were called babies, not kittens, and you didn’t weave them, and Ian had gotten all fierce and blustery and growled “what kind of man do you think I am?”
     
  6. Barbara claims, laughing, to have seen a police box in the corner of the screen. Ian isn’t sure if she’s serious or not–but it would be very much like the Doctor, after all. They hold each other after the moon landing, talking of futures that suddenly seem close enough to touch again and of past moments that are never far behind–whispering memories into each other’s skin.
     
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1963
This is another ‘short trip’ audio, and there’s not really any shippiness in this either. Although we do learn that Ian knows what Barbara likes for breakfast and she’s told him about her family (well, an aunt at least).
(CD image from Big Finish)

    1963

    This is another ‘short trip’ audio, and there’s not really any shippiness in this either. Although we do learn that Ian knows what Barbara likes for breakfast and she’s told him about her family (well, an aunt at least).

    (CD image from Big Finish)

     
  8. Ian: Um, Barbara, there must be a bit of that cold peacock of yours left in the fridge.Barbara: Hey, you’re right!Ian: Why don’t you have a look?Barbara: Oh, very funny!
- Revenge of the fridge joke in The Romans.

    Ian: Um, Barbara, there must be a bit of that cold peacock of yours left in the fridge.
    Barbara: Hey, you’re right!
    Ian: Why don’t you have a look?
    Barbara: Oh, very funny!

    - Revenge of the fridge joke in The Romans.

     
  9. Ian: No ice, I’m afraid.Barbara: Well, there’s some in the fridge.Ian: Ah.(Barbara laughs)Ian: Very funny, very funny.Barbara: You went!
- The fridge joke in The Romans

    Ian: No ice, I’m afraid.
    Barbara: Well, there’s some in the fridge.
    Ian: Ah.
    (Barbara laughs)
    Ian: Very funny, very funny.
    Barbara: You went!

    - The fridge joke in The Romans

     
  10. touchdownpossum:

    The Space Museum

    The TARDIS ends up as an exhibit in a forgoten museum. (The Doctor gets up close and personal with a Dalek. Ian eats Barbara’s sweater. Vicki out-thinks a computer and becomes a revolutionary.)

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