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Doctor Who that is.

Is it fish fingers and custard?  Long scarf?  Question marks?  Jelly Babies?  Who's your favourite Doctor Who?




Let's chat doctor who.
 
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It's Jelly BABIES and I can vouch compared to gummi bears, massive sugarbombs.

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John Pertwee the third doctor mainly as I had a crush on sara jane https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Doctor
 
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I stopped watching the show when John Hurt was the Dr. and started watching when Tom Baker was the Dr. I watched all seven seasons he was on.
After that I would catch it as I could, usually only a few episodes per year, because of work and projects.
I stopped watching it because of lack of time created a situation where I couldn't keep up and really have never gone back to watching it.

I love the series premise and I really want a Tardis that works. One day I hope to complete the calculations that lead to being able to build a working one, it is the Big Dream.
 
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I have wanted a TARDIS as a closet of holding for over 30 years. It would make moving so much easier as well! 
 
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David Tennant, hands down. I love him. That's all.
 
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raven ranson wrote:Doctor Who that is.

Is it fish fingers and custard?  Long scarf?  Question marks?  Jelly Babies?  Who's your favourite Doctor Who?




Let's chat doctor who.



Matt then Peter but only because I became a Whovian so late.

 
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David Tenant is probably my favorite, but I was in-doctornated during the reign of the long scarf, and he is my doctor for life.

You see when you are a goofily dressed chess club kid and you see someone like you saving the day through smarts, determination and sheer shenanigans, you will probably imprint pretty heavily.


 
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In order of who I like as Doctor:
1) Tom Baker (b/c of the wit and well-done dialog)
2) Matt Smith (b/c, well, super cute, gotta love his face!)
3) David Tenant (good character arc)
4) Peter Capaldi (good character development over time)
 
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Fancy a jelly baby? TOM BAKER, most definitely. He's also the narrator on Little Britain.
 
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#4 Tom Baker and #10 David Tenant, for sure. By the way, I don't often meet fellow whovians old enough to be familiar with the third doctor, Jon Pertwee... so, am I the only one who sees it?
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Jon Pertwee: the impossible offspring of Bob Uecker and Rod Stewart?
 
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Tom Baker and Peter Cushing
 
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Okay, I'm in the U.S. and was born in 75. The first three doctors were before my time, but I've watched what's on netflix from Hartnell through Baker. My son's a whovian too, so I've seen from Eckleston through Capaldi on DVD. I've only seen one story with him, but Hartnell was great, too.
 
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Oh I forgot - Joanna Lumley is one of my favorite Doctors Who!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlQ2U-Ks67I

Who is a total babe and always has been.


 
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This always cracks me up.

 
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Tom Baker. David Tennant is too damn sexy to be a proper doctor in my opinion. The doctor's not supposed to be sexy.
 
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I started watching the reboot. Accordingly, the only two doctors that caught from before that era were Tom Baker and Sylvester McCoy.

I liked Christopher Eccleston. He was my favourite until he was eclipsed by David Tennant. Matt Smith was okay, but no David Tennant, though I liked the story telling.

John Hurt was amazing. Just amazing. I don't know if he counts, though, because he was brought into being specifically to do things no Doctor ever would.

I haven't seen any after Matt Smith, but I look forward to watching them eventually.

I suppose David Tennant reigns supreme. Though the Doctor Donna was brilliant, simply brilliant.

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