What's New With Doctor Who: Bye-Bye Ponds, Peanuts, and Dog-tor Who

Welcome to our time-traveling, space-warping round up of all the news we could find about the world’s most popular Timelord, Doctor Who. And there’s a ton of news to get through because, remember: this article is bigger on the inside.

ITEM! The Ponds' End Begins

As posted on the Doctor Who Facebook page, Amy and Rory have begun their final journey in the TARDIS. We'll miss those crazy kids lots, but luckily, we still have five more hours with them in episode time. We'll treasure every second.

ITEM! Doctor and River Go Peanuts

I mean... I'd read this. From the Doctor Who Official Tumblr page.

ITEM! Daleks Explained

Okay, not actually explained, but we spotted this fake "How and Why" book cover on IDW Doctor Who cover artist Robert Hack's DeviantArt page, and had to share. He's got a couple of other great ones, including the cover from Life magazine from when the Daleks took over.

CAKE! Doctor Who's Villainous Cake Pops

Thankfully, they're not made of fish sticks and custard, but these trendy cake pops have nevertheless made their nefarious intentions clear: the Doctor must be fattened up with delicious cake and frosting. Let's hope your stomach is bigger on the inside! Seriously, there's only like, four jokes you can make about Doctor Who, so sorry for repeating them all the time. I should probably EXTERMINATE myself! Did it again.

WOOF! Dog-tor Who?

I mean... In this adorable scenario, The Master is definitely a kitty-cat, right? Good, I'm glad we can all agree on that.

OH NO! Clockwork Android Invades PAX East

You may remember the somewhat terrifying Clockwork Androids from the classic "Girl in the Fireplace" episode of Who. Well, one enterprising cosplayer took it on themselves to make this a reality, if the most terrifying bit of Con costuming since that time we saw a Weeping Angel coming out of the bathroom in San Diego.

MIT-EM! College Gets Invaded By Daleks

Every year, to blow off steam, the students of MIT stick something on the roof of one of their buildings. Why lifting heavy objects to impossible places qualifies as "relaxing" is beyond me, but hey, it makes for some good photo ops like this year's Dalek prank. Next year, they have to figure out a way to get David Tennant up there. The guy, we mean, not like a standee.