Jan 8, 2010
I know that many will say start at the beginning, but I disagree. Start with the ninth doctor, as he is the most accessible to new viewers. Read the wikipedia about Doctor Who for a general sense of the universe and then just enjoy the ninth doctor. I found that after I saw the season with the ninth doctor I went back and watched a lot of the older episodes before then continuing on to the tenth doctor. Although, you can just watch the ninth right through into the tenth and just look things up as they appear for context. Its a big world and you need to take it on in the most easily digestible way you can or else it\'s easy to get overwhelmed and lose interest. I hope that helps. Others may disagree with me, but this was how I did it.
I agree with Lando on this on; I\'m also the token Brit so I know of what I speak. Chris Ecclestone just brings a new dimension to what was becoming a slightly kitsch and dated program. Pure northern grit lad... and don\'t be put off by the northern accent, all planets have a north.
Hey guys, how about a Dr. Who cage fight, a sequel to the Bond-off?
Nevermind the Buzzcocks. I watched it last night after my girlfriend said it was quite good.
I love Bernard Cribbins. He\'s one of those blokes that\'s been around as I was growing up. Did the voice for The Wombles and released a record back in the day.
Didn\'t know he was the Doctor\'s companion. I might start watching it again now I know that. I didn\'t like Catherine Tate\'s comedy work and that put me off watching that entire season.
Well. You definitely got two listeners for this show...
Glad to have you back!
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