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Just thought I'd pop in and say that I'm leaving for my Honeymoon in Cardiff tomorrow. If you don't know, Cardiff is where Dr. Who is filmed and they're filming the 50th anniversary episode while I'l

Red Dwarf is awesome, and a part of me demands a crossover be made. A different part of me fears that such a crossover would cause more insanity then C'thulu showing up wading up the Thames

I find the Heresy minis Dr who to be better and he does free shipping from England all the time.   As for the Tardis, if you want a 32mm one, I got two of these from Demo's Laser Cut designs for a d

Guess I'm late...I watched a lot of the Baker stuff on PBS as a kid.

 

A couple years ago I did the Hartnell box and he is my favorite Doctor thus far.

 

I started watching the new stuff with Eccleston and really didn't like it much. A few glimmers of good stuff, but he just kind of bugged me with his dopey act. Happened to catch a Smith episode and went back and watched them all on Prime and last season I had on the DVR...and now new eps on the DVR. Smith is my second favorite behind Hartnell, I think they both exemplify certain aspects of the character well.

 

Sad to see Pond leave, but it was time. I have a major crush on Amelia Pond...

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Personally, I'm a Sylvester McCoy man. Never much cared for Hartnell's crotchety old man stuff, but he was definitely authoritative and a great presence to open the show with. Troughton is definitely a favorite of mine, and one of the main reasons I like Matt Smith. Seeing the ol' bowtie on the Doctor made me smile! I have about 300 gigs of Doctor Who on my external hard drive, and that includes everything available to purchase on DVD and a TON of the radio serials because Paul McGann was a great radio doctor.

 

Captain Jack is my... third favorite companion. Number 1 has to be Ace. She's just awesome. Second is Donna Noble. The fact that she gave ZERO &*(@s about Tennant being all Casanova Doctor was brilliant (or brill, as Ace would say :;):).

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Personally, I'm a Sylvester McCoy man. Never much cared for Hartnell's crotchety old man stuff, but he was definitely authoritative and a great presence to open the show with. Troughton is definitely a favorite of mine, and one of the main reasons I like Matt Smith. Seeing the ol' bowtie on the Doctor made me smile! I have about 300 gigs of Doctor Who on my external hard drive, and that includes everything available to purchase on DVD and a TON of the radio serials because Paul McGann was a great radio doctor.

 

Captain Jack is my... third favorite companion. Number 1 has to be Ace. She's just awesome. Second is Donna Noble. The fact that she gave ZERO &*(@s about Tennant being all Casanova Doctor was brilliant (or brill, as Ace would say :;):).

I completely forgot about Ace and she was one of my faves back in the day. I have been having a heated discussion with one of my closest friends, who happens also be a whovian (but not as well versed as I, about Clara being a gallifreyian. Thoughts (It happened before with the fourth dr. my fave Tom Baker)? Also they need to bring back K9 I would love to see him interact with Clara (would have been fun with Amy too I suspose).

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