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Richard Armstrong – Best of ‘Doctor Who’ 50th Anniversary Ballot
First saw the TV movie in 1996, watched that and the Peter Cushing movies repeatedly. Then watched the relaunch from the beginning in 2005.
Favorite monster, villain or creature
1. The Ood
2. The Daleks
3. The Weeping Angels
4. The Silence
5. The Sontarans
1. The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang
It had so many great moments, the greatest being the Doctor becoming what River had predicted years before; the most fearsome being in the universe. Without any weapons, he’s able to talk down a whole fleet of alien ships, and then his enemies lock him up because of how dangerous he’s become. The Rory/Amy story is also great, I loved Rory’s devotion in waiting around for two thousand years. And the Doctor dances at the end.
2. The Eleventh Hour
3. Human Nature/The Family of Blood
4. The Girl in the Fireplace
5. Vincent and the Doctor
1. Donna Noble
She was the right match for the right Doctor at the right time. Donna was just what the Tenth Doctor needed at that point in time, and they were a great combination. Plus she went though a lot of character development.
2. Amy Pond
3. Jack Harkness
4. Rory Williams
5. River Song
1. Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith)
Because Matt Smith managed to portray him as a wise old man, and a youthful, exuberant one. He was totally different to the Tenth Doctor, and wasn’t as brooding or melancholy about his past actions.
2. Tenth Doctor (David Tennant)
3. Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee)
4. Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker)
5. Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy)
Favorite TARDIS set
Saddest moment in Doctor Who history
Amy Pond’s goodbye
Greatest Doctor Who opening sequence ever
Greatest Doctor Who writer ever
Russell T. Davies
Why Doctor Who endures
Constantly reinventing itself, while retaining the elements that make it great.
Greatest Doctor’s costume
The Tenth’s. Doesn’t get better than Janis Joplins coat, Converse sneakers and a cool suit.
Greatest fan-made Doctor Who video