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Should there be a female Doctor? Yes, if an actress is the best person who auditions.

Will an actress ever audition, though? Will a showrunner ever audition a woman for the role? That doesn't guarantee them it, for starters. If I may point your attention to the point in time where Paterson Joseph seemed to be the front runner for the Eleventh Doctor, only for the press release to read 'the youngest ever actor' rather than 'the first black actor to play the role'.

While no one running the mostra is going to ignore an actor because of their skin colour, a woman has yet to be publicly revealed as...
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Doctor Who has a wide range of characters. From villains, monsters, Doctor's, Master's, companions and extras, there's a wide range of men, women, homosexuals, heterosexuals, bisexuals and asexual's in this mostra and the expanded universe.

The women are what I'm going to be talking about today.

As 90% of the companions in Doctor Who are young women, te can imagine that there are many women to choose from, whether from both the classic series and revival o just one of them. And that's not even including all the "extra" women o the villain women!

So as te can imagine, there's going to be a lot...
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posted by loveDE45
Except saying that she’s vain because she fell in Amore with Ten instead of Nine is absolutely incorrect, because she fell in Amore with Nine first, and initially did not accept Ten because he was not Nine.

Putting aside the fact that Christopher Eccleston is quite attractive (he’s not “pretty," no, but have te seen his eyes? They’re the color of an arctic ocean; they’re beautiful), anyone with eyes can see that Rose fell in Amore with Nine first. She may not have realized it, she may have not been as open with her affections, but it was there. For example:

It can be argued that this...
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posted by ktichenor
Rose's POV

Two minuti were all we had to share, to think of things to say.

Two minuti just to say a goodbye that never came because we didn't think it would.

Two minuti to tell him I Amore him just as I should have long before we ended up here.

Two minuti were two minuti too short to hear him say it.

Two minuti and I'm staring at nothing.

Two minuti and his face is gone forever, no sweet smile, no shiny brown eyes, no beat up old brown suit, nothing.

Two minuti are just a memory now; I'll never see him again.

Two minutes, just two minuti for a broken heart.

The Doctor's POV

Two minuti and I'm...
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posted by LilysLittleTwin
te might be a Doctor Who fan if…

1. te have debates over the best Doctor with other obsessed friends.
2. te own a replica Sonic Screwdriver, and attempt to unlock doors with it.
3. te make the sound of the SS while doing this, and quickly unlock the door yourself, telling yourself it worked.
4. te know what Time Lord Rock is, and feel a sense of pride about this.
5. te think Chameleon Circuit is the best band in the world.
6. You’ve written a Time Lord Rock song.
7. te claim your refrigerator is a TARDIS with a broken Chameleon Circuit.
8. You’re terrified of gas masks and Angel statues....
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posted by Happyhour
I know some of te can't see this on the actual BBC website, but if te live in the UK te can find this story here:
link

Also, if te can't access the site, part one of this story can be found here:
link




No. 1, Gallows Gate Road. Part Two. Written da Rupert Laight. Illustrations da Brian Williamson.



The Doctor heard a distant voice. A young woman. 'Is he all right?'

'He still looks very pale,' detto another voice. 'Hold on, I think he's coming round.'

The Doctor sat up, and reality span into focus. 'I'm fine now,' he said, still on the floor da the front door. 'I think I won the battle.' And he began...
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posted by labyrinth75
Russell T. Davies was a fantastic mostra runner; he brought back the mostra from the dead. And he introduced a whole new generation to Whoniverse and I’m eternally grateful for that. His two doctors – Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant – were like precedente Doctors, brilliant in the role. So, Steven Moffat and Matt Smith had a tough act to follow when they were made mostra runner and the Doctor respectively. And did they succeed? Well, read on to see what I think…

EPISODE ONE: The Eleventh ora da Steven Moffat
Considering that Russell T. Davies practically used up most of the budget on...
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posted by Hawkk
SCENE 1: EXITING THE TARDIS

Begins as a fly-over of earth, then zooming into London, England where the TARDIS appears with the TARDIS landing sound effect. DOCTOR, ROSE, and JACK step out.


DOCTOR
Time travel. Brilliant, isn’t it?

JACK
So where are we this time? (looks around)

ROSE
It’s modern. A lot different than I’m used to, traveling with you, Doctor.

DOCTOR
Yes, quite an adventure (smiles)

JACK
Any reason why we’re here?

DOCTOR, JACK, and ROSE begin walking down the street


DOCTOR
Nope, but I’m sure something will happen. This is Earth; weird things happen every day!
(puts his arms over ROSE...
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posted by hippopto64
     It was movie night in the TARDIS. Rose searched through the Doctor's barely-touched collection of DVDs until she found a movie she hadn't watched in years—Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. She descended the stairs to the theater room, which featured a few couches, a projector, and a big pull-down screen. The Doctor sat on one of the sofas with his arm draped over the cushion. "Find something?" he asked, and she flashed the case toward him. He grinned. "Love that one." She slid the disc into the player and sat down successivo to him as the projector...
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posted by Happyhour
I know some of te can't see this on the actual BBC website, but if te live in the UK te can find this story here:
link


No. 1, Gallows Gate Road. Part One. Written da Rupert Laight. Illustrations da Brian Williamson.



The first thing the Doctor heard when he woke was the sound of something tapping at a window.

He sat up in bed, ran a hand through his Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre hair and stared around him. Where am I, he thought. This isn't the TARDIS. It's a bed. A very uncomfortable bed. What am I doing in bed? I haven't got time for bed. This is madness.

The Doctor tested his memory. The last thing he remembered...
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posted by alexthedog
Last updated on 20 February 2015.

Introduction:

"Do te wanna come with me? 'Cause if te do then I should warn you, you're gonna see all sorts of things. Ghosts from the past; Aliens from the future; the giorno the Earth died in a ball of flame; It won't be quiet, it won't be safe, and it won't be calm. But I'll tell te what it will be: the trip of a lifetime."

Welcome to the greatest mostra in the galaxy!
This is for any people who want to become fan of Doctor Who (known as Whovians). For people who plan to watch it, I'm only going to say it's a TV mostra about time travel because I don't want to...
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posted by Missymoo19
These are my "unpopular opinions" (idea credited to Trailer drake on YouTube) about Doctor Who 2005. Now, these might be controversial so PLEASE be respectful in the comments!

Michelle Gomez is a FAR better Master than John Simm. Simm was fine, but he was too over the superiore, in alto for me to properly enjoy.



The Weeping angeli are not that scary. They’re creepy, sometimes startling as well as being creative monsters and I’m glad they exist but they aren’t terrifying to me as they are to a lot of other people.



Going with the above, the Midnight Entity is THE scariest thing from New Who!...
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posted by musicfanaticXD
Here are a few Citazioni I found from the The Eleventh Hour that I loved!

The Doctor: Beans are evil. Bad, bad beans!

Amelia: I don't have a mum and dad. Just an aunt.
The Doctor: I don't even have an aunt.
Amelia: You're lucky!
The Doctor: I know.

The Doctor: te know when grown-ups tell te that everything is going to be fine, and te think that they're probably lying to make te feel better?
Amelia: Yes.
The Doctor: Well... everything's going to be fine.

The Doctor: Give me five minutes, I'll be right back.
Amelia: People always say that.
The Doctor: Am I people? Do I even look like people? Trust me....
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What I've Learn From Doctor Who:

~Guns don't work against Sontarns

~A cyberman suit can be rendered inoperative da means of a direct electromagnetic bomb o Dalek Gun and could be destroyed da a direct bazook blast

~DON'T. BLINK.

~Beware of the words "Bad Wolf"

~A severed hand can be very useful

~Disturbing weak points in time can have dire consequences

~Within the FIRST 15 HOURS of regeneration a Time Lord can reform new lmbs

~Assistants can be very useful

~Dalek humans are weak

~YOU CAN GROW A TARDIS

~A adipose diet is not a great idea

~Upward rain means that te could about to take an unplanned journey...
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He watched him burn.

Rory Williams held back a sob. He had to be strong for Amy if not for anything else. Only moments fa Rory had beared wittness to the Doctor's death. The Doctor's murder. Now he stood knee deep in freezing cold water his hands gripping the edge of a small wodden canoue. In the canoue lay the Doctor's cold dead corpse. Rory knuckles turned white as he moved slowly through the water. The smell of gasoline clouded his sensesas the water came up to his waste. The tears fell freely now mixing with the lakewater. He stared at the Doctor's body trying to avvolgere his mind around the...
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posted by Missymoo19
Before te ask, yes, I already know who Missy is. This is just two theories I have that involve her.

Theory 1: Gus and the Orient Express

I strongly believe that Missy was behind Gus and the events of the entire episode, "Mummy on the Orient Express".

Here's why:

1. Gus was an AI, as was Seb, Missy's receptionist that she most likely created.

2. Gus wanted to study the Foretold and reverse engineer the technology keeping it "alive". And this technology could very well be similar to what Missy used on her Cybermen army made out of corpses, much like the Foretold!

3. Missy has the TARDIS' phone number...
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posted by princesskagome
There are a lot of hate on Rose for her being mentioned so much after series 2 and I honestly do not understand why it annoys people. If te know the Doctor well and watched the first two series of new Who then te shouldn't be so annoyed.

Lets look at the facts. The Doctor met Rose right after the Time War, where he literally Lost his home and his people. Although he was a rebel he still was incredibly attached to his home and he Lost it. He did not have any anchor left so he was filled with anger and guilt. The first person who actually got under his 'shield' was Rose. He was sad, nothing...
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This articolo was written da fanpop guest contributor Robin L.


It’s hard not to be obsessed with Doctor Who. For fifty years, we have been exploring all of spazio and time with the Doctor, and with the recente 50th anniversary and the Natale special’s regeneration, we can’t wait to see what’s coming up.

Doctor Who tells the story of the Doctor, the last of the Time Lords, and his companions travelling through spazio and time in his TARDIS, o Time And Relative Dimension In Space. Thanks to its broken chameleon circuit, the TARDIS is stuck looking like what has now become an iconic blue...
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Safe
A whouffle one shot

It was dark. Why was it dark? Were her eyes closed? Was she sleeping o was she awake? She didn’t know. It was all dark and cold. She was scared. There were noises and strange voices. She could hear and feel but not see anything. She wanted to scream but she couldn’t.
“Help me!” she croaked.
“Please, come and get me!”
Then she cried out and her eyes flew open.
Clara sat straight in her bed, breathing heavily; sweat was running down her face. She took a deep breath. “It was just a dream”, She detto to herself. She couldn’t even properly remember what it was...
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posted by princesskagome
After conducting several polls, in several different sites I have decided to do the articolo on the most beloved companion. In most of the sondaggi I have conducted, whether it is in this site o any other site, the results have always been pretty consistent. Rose Tyler has always topped the polls.


Billie Piper, during 2005 and 2006, won the National Televisione Award each time she was still in Doctor Who, a vote casted da the public. There has not been any other companion who has won that many National Televisione Award during their screen time. Freema Agyeman, who portrayed Martha, and Catherine...
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