Turns out people seem to want a Female Doctor, to which I say NO.
The Doctor has always been an eccentric, slightly posh, completely bad British male. This should not change, it ruins the feel of the show. And don't get me wrong, I'm not being prejudiced here! I'm all up for a black Doctor, یا a gay Doctor, یا any of that sort of thing, I just don't think he should become a she. For instance, how would we refer to him? He? She? It? The Maths also doesn't make sense. Think of it. If the cells changing are truly random, then there would be a 50/50 chance of him...
These are my "unpopular opinions" (idea credited to Trailer ڈریک 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 سب, سب سے اوپر for me to properly enjoy.
The Weeping Angels 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.
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 دکھائیں 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, آپ can imagine that there are many women to choose from, whether from both the classic series and revival یا just one of them. And that's not even including all the "extra" women یا the villain women!
As he sits at ہوم all he can think about is Rose and how he left her behind.He thinks of all the good times they had together. His eyes burned as he watched another episode of their video diaries. It hurt him to just look at a تصویر of Rose. "I hope she is happy with where she is right now but I know she is sad. I miss her. I wonder if she missies me too?" She meant so much to the Doctor. She was his دن and his night,she was the burning love in his heart. Just the thought of Rose mead the Doctor sad.
The tears in her eyes are real tears, and still she waits for him to come back. She waits for her love and still just her and the wind on this lonely beach. The tears in her eyes threatening to spill on to her cold cheeks as she took a deep breath. آپ could see the pain in her eyes as she stood and looked right back into his eyes and could see the same amount of pain and maybe even more.
"Tell me the first sentence آپ کہا to me when we came here for the first time ever." Rose said. "Does it really need saying?" the Doctor asked Rose. "Yes, just tell me!" Rose yelled back at...
Have آپ ever thought Russell T Davis and Steven Moffet Companions were similar because I noticed they were pretty similar.
Rose Tyler and Clara Oswald
Everyone noticed that they are alike. Clara and Rose both live in the powell estate, they both had a crush on their doctors ( 10 and 11 ) but had a spicy relationship with their other ( 9 and 12 ). There are loads of small things like the way they act for example when 10 and rose get the sonic and chair 11 and clara do the same in the crimson horror. Also They have big impacts on the Doctors life and have a mystery (...
One دن the doctor and Rose were wandering new earth. Then, a girl walked up to him, he felt like he had seen her before. She کہا her name was Oswin and that she was here to protect the doctor. What happened اگلے surprised the doctor, out of no where a Dalek showed up. The doctor told Oswin and Rose to get back. Despite that warning, Oswin didn't listen. She started attacking the Dalek. It killed Oswin. A few دن later on regular earth, he saw the same girl walking around. He had no idea how she got there considering she had died, but he was curious so, he asked for her name. This time she...
Some of the series’ storylines, which saw new Doctor Jodie Whittaker and her Tardis team tackle issues including racism and sexism throughout time and space, had been criticised سے طرف کی certain viewers as too ‘politically correct.’