As a big Doctor Who fan the news of the 50th Anniversary Special episode made me seem like someone had told a 5 year old kid that Christmas was going to come early this year AND they were going to get everything they wanted AND vegetables were off the menu for life.
Starting now, I’m having my own Well Did You Evah Doctor Who party, till the 23rd of November where the Doctor Who Special, “The Day of the Doctor,” will be aired. The Day of the Doctor episode will excitingly be an adventure where the 11th Doctor and companion Clara somehow meets the HumanDoctor (Series 4 episode basically it’s the 10th Doctor only he’s human and has been living in a Parallel universe with Rose, who will also be in this episode- companion he fell in love with), and in between all of that Actor John Hurt (Playing a character) has something to do with what ever is going on.
As there are other people contributing on this blog I have had to be reined in a bit. This was going to be a month long, “Every day I will post something Doctor Who themed,” Sort of deal, but I was reminded we do kind of have a schedule here. So, its an every so often in the next month- few times a week- I will do a post focusing on certain aspects of Doctor Who, be it the monsters, the companions or everything in-between. I have gotten the team to let me have the 11 days before the 23rd to post a Doctor a day, starting from William Hartnell (The First Doctor) To Matt Smith (Present Day Doctor).
Do I need to do an introduction?
1963, Doctor who was first aired, history was made. If it wasn’t for that and them deciding to bring the show back in 2005, my family would probably be seeing a less insane me, which would be boring.
The Doctor isn’t human, he’s a Time Lord from Gallifrey, the series first started off as he had been exiled but as the “New Doctor Who,” (This is what fans call the Doctor Who series that started in 2005) it became apparent the reason he couldn’t go back was because of the Time War destroyed Gallifrey (I’ll explain this at a later post). He travels the universe picking up companions who help the Doctor but also help the audience. A human companion helps viewers sometimes see the Doctors adventures through another point of view but are also there to ask questions to simplify the, “Timey-wimey wibbley-wobbley,” Stuff. Each episode The Doctor and his Companion/s travel in the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space), to try simplify that even more it’s a box that travels in time and space. They go to different eras, planets or just stop on Earth where they usually end up facing different monsters… with style.
The Doctor Who series is massive, spanning at least 2 spin off series (Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures) Most people will at least recognise the name or one of the icons from the programme. The programme can bring joy, fear, heartbreak but almost every episode can guarantee the Doctor winning in some form and kids… and me… dying to be a part of the Doctor’s adventures.
If anyone has any specific monster, companion or other thing you want us to review, get in touch via our contact thing or Psychic paper (however, best to use the contact thing apparently my Psychic Paper doesn’t react well to being sonicked by the sonic screwdriver)… of course I’ll be battling with the Daleks and Cybermen
Although, my MacBook seems to be having different idea’s with that battle-