Max has seen many incarnations in his time, but the one I'm most affected by is his friendship and honesty.
(Gif) So no one is talking about 12s reaction when people touch him? Is it because it is too heartbreaking to deal with? Seriously though, that is some good acting. It is details like these that are making Twelve already one of my favorite incarnations of the Doctor. He doesn't brood like Nine, angst like Ten, or do whatever the thing is Eleven does, but in little moments like this you get a glimpse of his almighty loneliness which causes a really singular effect.
TOP TEN REDHEADS Lucille Ball ~ When the first episode of I Love Lucy aired in October 1951, no one expected its main actress, Lucille Ball, to become a Hollywood superstar. Ball was a 40-year-old redhead who had been working in show business for two decades without a big break. But by the time the show (in its many incarnations, including The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour and The Lucy Show) went off the air in 1974, she had become a household staple in more than 80 countries.