Christopher Cebula – Best of ‘Doctor Who’ 50th Anniversary Ballot
Milwaukee Time Lords (MTL): Founding Member, Parliamentarian, and Unofficial Historian (since 1989); Newsletter Proofreader, Writer, and Science Editor (since 2005); and Secretary (2013-14 term).
Milwaukee Public Television (MPTV): Viewer Services Volunteer, Doctor Who Expert, and watch the series on PBS (since 1983).
Favorite monsters, villains, or creatures
1. Sarah Jane Smith
Inquisitive, unwilling to take “No” for an answer, ready to tell the Doctor he’s wrong.
4. Rose Tyler
5. Amy Pond
1. Tenth Doctor (David Tennant)
The most vulnerable, continually questioning himself, doesn’t always have the answers.
Saddest moment in Doctor Who history
Killing off Amy and Rory.
Why Doctor Who endures
The series continually adapts and stays fresh, even with poor producers, directors, and scripts.