Doctor Who

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numbah16tdhaha
07/28/2013

Doctor Who 5

Aside from a little classic Who back in the day via PBS, I only have Doctors 9 to 11 to base it on and I've really only seen maybe 20 or episodes of those three. Hard to say which I like the best so far, but I did rather enjoy Eccleston's portrayal (I've watched all of his so far). Needless to say, if a madman in a blue box dropped in and offered me a ride to see fantastic and strange things, I'd take it, plus The Doctor also tends to run with hot women, which is an added bonus.

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lorifreakinlor i
11/19/2008

Doctor Who 5

I loved the Tom Baker doctor who he was sexy in a strange sort of a way

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edt4
12/11/2006

Doctor Who 4

Although I've always respected the genre, sci-fi was never really my cup of tea (although the old Outer Limits series on TV remains one of my all-time favorites), but I happened by chance to start watching the Tom Baker re-runs of this show during the early 80's (Channel 9 in NY/NJ, I think, on Saturday morning...I probably was hung over, and didn't have the strength to get up and turn the channel). Despite my lack of affection or affinity for sci-fi in general, I began to watch the re-runs with increasing interest and pleasure, an interest and pleasure that became transformed into nearly religious reverence for several years. "Doctor Who" became an integral part of my Saturday mornings; no matter how much partying I had done the night before, I was up in front of the TV at the appointed hour. Even though I soon reached a point where I had seen each episode numerous times, I continued to watch with bleary-eyed devotion. Part of that was because I had an intense crush on Elisabeth Sladen, but the main part of it was that it was a wonderfully imaginative series that was also superbly written, directed and acted. Despite what seemed to be a relatively modest production budget, it was inventive and creative...scary and thrilling when it was supposed to be...very often funny, even touching at times. I can't imagine anyone surpassing Baker's interpretation of the character, but I guess everyone has their own favorite "Doctor". For me, Dr. Who was, and always will be, Tom Baker. He was, and is, a great, accomplished actor. And, yes, I still have a crush on Elisabeth Sladen, all these years later.

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