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Opinion by Silphaer posted hace 7 meses
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Turns out people seem to want a Female Doctor, to which I say NO.

The Doctor has always been an eccentric, slightly posh, completely bad British male. This should not change, it ruins the feel of the show.
And don't get me wrong, I'm not being prejudiced here! I'm all up for a black Doctor, o a gay Doctor, o any of that sort of thing, I just don't think he should become a she. For instance, how would we refer to him? He? She? It?
The Maths also doesn't make sense. Think of it. If the cells changing are truly random, then there would be a 50/50 chance of him being male o female. There have been a minimum of thirteen Doctors. Doing some basic Maths shows that there is less than a 1% chance of him not being female until now, if he can change gender. Couple that with seven Masters before he became Missy, as well as Romana not becoming male, and tu get a truly low chance of no gender changing regenerations until now.
Personally I think Missy started the failure. It feels wrong for the Master too, and the Maths applies as well. I originally thought Missy was going to end up as Romana gone bad, o something like that (which we should burn into...
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Article by Missymoo19 posted hace 9 meses
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Before tu ask, yes, I already know who Missy is. This is just two theories I have that involve her.

Theory 1: Gus and the Orient Express

I strongly believe that Missy was behind Gus and the events of the entire episode, "Mummy on the Orient Express".

Here's why:

1. Gus was an AI, as was Seb, Missy's receptionist that she most likely created.

2. Gus wanted to study the Foretold and reverse engineer the technology keeping it "alive". And this technology could very well be similar to what Missy used on her Cybermen army made out of corpses, much like the Foretold!

3. Missy has the TARDIS' phone number as she gave it to Clara in "Bells of St. John". And so that means that Missy was probably the one to call the Doctor and give him those free tickets!

4. Gus knew about the TARDIS, which could also point to Missy because she's the Master.

5. Missy was obviously an influtential person, as shown por 3W, the Nethersphere and her other bodies' exploits. So it's not that far fetched she'd be able to bring a bunch of high classed professors and scientists to the train.
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Opinion by Missymoo19 posted hace más de un año
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These are my "unpopular opinions" (idea credited to Trailer pato, drake on YouTube) about Doctor Who 2005. Now, these might be controversial so PLEASE be respectful in the comments!

Michelle Gomez is a FAR better Master than John Simm. Simm was fine, but he was too over the parte superior, arriba for me to properly enjoy.



The Weeping ángeles are not that scary. They’re creepy, sometimes startling as well as being creative monsters and I’m glad they exist but they aren’t terrifying to me as they are to a lot of other people.



Going with the above, the Midnight Entity is THE scariest thing from New Who! Why? Well, we know siguiente to nothing about it, it uses psychological horror instead of jumpscares and I just thought that it was really memorable.



[b]I didn’t like the Twelfth Doctor at first. It wasn’t because of his stories but because of his personality. I mean, letting people die (Into the Dalek), being an arrogant ass, being really rude and inconsiderate en general, general and mostly, how unfair he treated Danny just REALLY threw me...
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Opinion by Missymoo19 posted hace más de un año
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Doctor Who has a wide range of characters. From villains, monsters, Doctor's, Master's, companions and extras, there's a wide range of men, women, homosexuals, heterosexuals, bisexuals and asexual's in this mostrar and the expanded universe.

The women are what I'm going to be talking about today.

As 90% of the companions in Doctor Who are young women, tu can imagine that there are many women to choose from, whether from both the classic series and revival o just one of them. And that's not even including all the "extra" women o the villain women!

So as tu can imagine, there's going to be a lot to cover.

So let's not waste time and get into this.

The rules:
1. ONLY women. That's just a given.
2. Only women shown in the 2005 revival series. I'm sorry, but I haven't watched the classic series, so I can't give an honest opinion on that o it's women.
3. I'm NOT going to talk solely about their looks! I'll discuss it but I'm also going to mention their actions and personalities.
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List by WodLCyznoo posted hace más de un año
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First Doctor's Regeneration
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING lista CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR VARIOUS DOCTOR WHO EPISODES.

Every time an actor playing the Doctor decides to leave the role, the character regenerates allowing a completely new actor to take the part. Whenever this happens, it can be difficult for the viewer to see an incarnation they've grown to amor suddenly get replaced. Nevertheless, almost every Doctor's exit has dado viewers a sense of hope, and has made their regeneration unique and memorable in some way. Everyone has their favourites and these are mine. Here are my picks for the parte superior, arriba 5 Doctor Regenerations.

#5. THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR'S REGENERATION ("The Time of the Doctor", 2013)
What I like about this regeneration is that the Eleventh Doctor strongly acknowledges the importance of moving forward, without discarding everything from your past. His farewell speech about never forgetting one día of his incarnation feels very sincere, and signifies Matt Smith channeling his gratitude for his time on the mostrar into his final scene. It's an up-lifting and heartfelt end to the Eleventh Doctor era.
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List by WodLCyznoo posted hace más de un año
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"It's the end. But the moment has been prepared for..."
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING lista CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR VARIOUS DOCTOR WHO EPISODES.

Over the course of their run on the show, the companions in Doctor Who gradually become the closest friends of the eponymous Timelord. So naturally, when the inevitable time comes for them to leave, it can affect people in a number of ways: it can be sad, heart-warming, bitter-sweet and sometimes even downright shocking. Today I'm going to count down my ten picks for the best scenes of a companion leaving the series.

#10. CLARA OSWALD ("Face the Raven", 2015)
Clara may have died and come back countless times on the show, but her death scene in "Face the Raven" is a very powerful one. Not only is she selflessly sacrificing her life to save somebody she barely knows, she's also very accepting of her fate. She consoles herself in the fact that she's doing the right thing, which I respect immensely in a character when it comes to their death.
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Opinion by WIBBILY_WOBBLY posted hace más de un año
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As he sits at inicial all he can think about is Rose and how he left her behind.He thinks of all the good times they had together. His eyes burned as he watched another episode of their video diaries. It hurt him to just look at a foto of Rose. "I hope she is happy with where she is right now but I know she is sad. I miss her. I wonder if she missies me too?" She meant so much to the Doctor. She was his día and his night,she was the burning amor in his heart. Just the thought of Rose mead the Doctor sad.

"Evere since I met RoseI new we had a special connection like no other companion. I amor her because she is smart,funny,brave, and talented. He talked all evening about her and wondered " Maybe I should go see her at Bad lobo Bay. Then he new for certain it was the right thing to do! So when he woke up the siguiente morning grabbed his capa and sonic destornillador and ran straight to the TARDIS.

On the way there he wondered how this was going to turn out. If rose would be excited like he is o angry ant him for not coming soon enough. But it didn't madder all that madders was that he could see Rose again.
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Fan fiction by WIBBILY_WOBBLY posted hace más de un año
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The tears in her eyes are real tears, and still she waits for him to come back. She waits for her amor and still just her and the wind on this lonely beach. The tears in her eyes threatening to spill on to her cold cheeks as she took a deep breath. tu could see the pain in her eyes as she stood and looked right back into his eyes and could see the same amount of pain and maybe even more.

"Tell me the first sentence tu dicho to me when we came here for the first time ever." Rose said. "Does it really need saying?" the Doctor asked Rose. "Yes, just tell me!" Rose yelled back at him. He walked over and whispered the sentence in her ear. "I amor you." They had a strong amor that seemed like it would never end but it had to. "I'm sorry I'm so sorry but I have got to go. tu can live here with your mother and tu will be fine. I'll come back someday I promise!" "Don't go not now!" "But I have got to go!" " tu can't just leave me here!" "I'll come back I promise! I've really got to go!" "BUT tu CAN'T!" " I'm sorry."
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List by teampetrova posted hace más de un año
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Opinion by elliotbd posted hace más de un año
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Have tu ever thought Russell T Davis and Steven Moffet Companions were similar because I noticed they were pretty similar.

Rose Tyler and Clara Oswald

Everyone noticed that they are alike. Clara and Rose both live in the powell estate, they both had a crush on their doctors ( 10 and 11 ) but had a spicy relationship with their other ( 9 and 12 ). There are loads of small things like the way they act for example when 10 and rose get the sonic and chair 11 and clara do the same in the crimson horror. Also They have big impacts on the Doctors life and have a mystery ( Bad lobo and The Impossible Girl. )


Martha Jones and Amy Pond

So tu would expect to see Amy with Donna o Rose but with Donna and Rose its only a couple things that make them similiar Rose and Amy having a great freindship with The Doctor and running away from their life to be with the Doctor.

With Donna it was only having a good freindship and being fistey but I feel like their wasn`t much similar with them for a start Amy thinks alot of herself and Donna thinks shes well useless and that does not change. But Martha and Amy are very similar first...
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Fan fiction by TARDIS03 posted hace más de un año
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One día the doctor and Rose were wandering new earth. Then, a girl walked up to him, he felt like he had seen her before. She dicho her name was Oswin and that she was here to protect the doctor. What happened siguiente surprised the doctor, out of no where a Dalek showed up. The doctor told Oswin and Rose to get back. Despite that warning, Oswin didn't listen. She started attacking the Dalek. It killed Oswin. A few día later on regular earth, he saw the same girl walking around. He had no idea how she got there considering she had died, but he was curious so, he asked for her name. This time she dicho Clara but the doctor was sure it was the same girl. from time to time he would run into her. She would die and after each death she would go back and fourth between oswin and clara. THE END

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Fan fiction by ktichenor posted hace más de un año
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Rose's POV

Two minutos were all we had to share, to think of things to say.

Two minutos just to say a goodbye that never came because we didn't think it would.

Two minutos to tell him I amor him just as I should have long before we ended up here.

Two minutos were two minutos too short to hear him say it.

Two minutos and I'm staring at nothing.

Two minutos and his face is gone forever, no sweet smile, no shiny brown eyes, no beat up old brown suit, nothing.

Two minutos are just a memory now; I'll never see him again.

Two minutes, just two minutos for a broken heart.

The Doctor's POV

Two minutos and I'm speaking at nothing, her sparkling brown eyes are no longer looking back at mine.

Two minutos and I'm alone with just the sad humming of my TARDIS and the company of my tears.

Two minutos were all I needed to tell her I loved her too.
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Opinion by Shassie posted hace más de un año
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They may have bid farewell to the TV series (for now) but the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors will be back in two new Titan Comics strands

el espacio and time can be funny things. David Tennant and Matt Smith’s Doctors may have bid farewell to the televisual realm (at least for now) but in the comic book dimension they’re back to have más adventures – and looking pretty cool doing it.

The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors are each set to estrella in their own new stories from Titan Comics, and while the first instalments are not released until 23 July, tu can get a look at the excellent cover art por illustrator Alice X Zhang right now.

Tennant’s story picks up after the departure of Donna Noble and pairs him with a new companion, New Yorker Gabriella Gonzalez, to battle an infestation of psychic aliens, while Smith’s features más aliens, a 70s musician and a woman grieving over the reciente death of her mother.

Titan have also announced plans for a series of comic libros based on Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor, following his debut in series eight of the TV show, which airs later this year.
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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An unthinkable choice for John Smith in 'The Family of Blood'.
Continuation of my review of part one of Series 3.

Human Nature/The Family of Blood
Upon first viewings, I never really understood the 'buzz' surrounding this little story, but recently, I have figured that I previously overlooked this Doctor Who gem, and now I consider it to be in my parte superior, arriba ten of all time favourite Who episodes. The story starts off in Farringham School for Boys in part one, where The Doctor, under the alias of John Smith, has taken up residence as a teacher. With action-packed and dramatic flashbacks to events that have been and gone, it is revealed that The Doctor has turned human to hide from the Family of Blood, and only Martha knows the truth. The first part of the story introduces us to the pre-war characters, including the creepy Baines, the psychic Tim and the strong-headed Joan, who Smith falls in amor with in an unexpected twist. This allows Martha's infatuation with the timelord to arise in its glory, and it is pity we feel towards her, rather than anger. The episode then paces itself nicely to a dramatic showdown, which serves as a brilliant cliffhanger.
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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New adventures begin with The Doctor and Martha.
Another series has passed por for me as I continue with my Doctor Who re-run in the lead up to Series 8, which airs later on in the year. Today, I will offer my opinions on the episodes which make up series 3; the series which marked the return of the Doctor's greatest enemy: The Master.

Smith and Jones
I have, and always will have, a soft spot for this episode, being it the very first I ever watched. It was the story which got me hooked to the mostrar in the first place, and so it holds a special place in my heart. In my opinion, it is one of the best introductions for a new companion, as we are immediately delved into the life of highly intelligent Medical student Martha. Through her, it feels like we are being introduced to the bizzare world of The Doctor all over again. The concept of the Judoon police searching for the Plasmavore criminal through means of biological scanners is a great idea which offers a satisfactory threat to the Doctor, and to the humans in the hospital. This was linked nicely into the resolution of the story, which was paced and acted out beautifully.
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News by PurpleStar17 posted hace más de un año
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screaming crowd
*A WARM SHOUT OUT TO THOSE WHO HELPED as I know I didn't fit in all your stuff in cuz i was trying to get as many people as possible, AND THOSE THAT DIDN'T MAKE IT IN:TARDIS-Granger

The screaming crowds. The hours spent online, spreading pictures and information. All these people coming together. Let me introduce tu to a fandom.
Fandom is a term that sounds like what is is—it refers to all the combined fans of something. It can be a sport, hobby, o book. It can be very specific, down to one show; o wide, encompassing all shows in a genre. The fans are closely connected por shared interest. Fandoms have been around for some time, but have recently become mainstream. Are tu ready to enter their world?
“People sometimes look at fandoms from the outside and wonder why [they] spend so much time on these people they don't know personally, but once tu step inside the world tu can start to understand it...fandoms are just one of the many ways that we gain and spread ideas, information and wisdom from all over the world,” dicho Haley, a high school junior, in her articulo Fangirling Dissected.
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Fan fiction by xi_omega posted hace más de un año
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Jenny approached the old man with caution, was he her farther, she was informed por pato, drake that Time Lords could regenerate, this drove her to the idea of her resurrection being caused por a delayed regeneration.
Jenny: is it really you, dad?
12th Doctor: oh Jenny, yes it's me, your old man
Clara: umm Doctor?
12th Doctor: umm, yes Clara
Clara: who are these people?
12th Doctor: oh right sorry, Clara this is Jenny, my daughter
Jenny: (quirky) hello (quickly walks up to Clara and shakes her hand)
Clara: wow, your friendly
12th Doctor: (faces Jenny's group) but who are tu three
Drake: (smiling) I'm pato, drake Knight, Ex-Time Agent, if it wasn't for me, Jenny would have been unable to get her
Lily: I'm Lily Bow, Jenny saved my life, that's how we meet
Carl: and I'm Carl Shard, Jenny's well...
Jenny: (running to Carl and wrapping her arms around him) boyfriend
12th Doctor: boyfriend?
Lily: (panicking) if we're all finished now, I'd like to mention that Rogues are TRYING TO KILL US!!!
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Opinion by Fanpop posted hace más de un año
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This articulo was written por fanpop guest contributor Robin L.


It’s hard not to be obsessed with Doctor Who. For fifty years, we have been exploring all of el espacio and time with the Doctor, and with the reciente 50th anniversary and the navidad special’s regeneration, we can’t wait to see what’s coming up.

Doctor Who tells the story of the Doctor, the last of the Time Lords, and his companions travelling through el espacio and time in his TARDIS, o Time And Relative Dimension In Space. Thanks to its broken chameleon circuit, the TARDIS is stuck looking like what has now become an iconic blue police box, and it’s bigger on the inside! We never know where the Doctor and his companions will end up, but every episode can both terrify us with new and classic villains, and inspire us to fight for humanity and be the best humans wecan be. Either way, we know we’re in for an epic adventure.

Partly because it’s been around so long, but also simply because it’s just so good, Doctor Who has picked up an incredible number of fans. The fandom is huge and obsessed, almost to a cult-like degree, and we can understand why! The mostrar has...
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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The belief-challenging two-parter boasted comparitively darker themes.
Continuation of my Series 2 review in Part One.

The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit
Also another highly favoured of mine, this story never stops being enjoyable to watch. The first part begins with The Doctor and Rose becoming trapped orbiting impossibly around a Black Hole, and that's not the only impossible thing that occurs. The Beast, heavily hinted to be Satan, begun leaking through into the characters' and the audiences' fear during the tension-building first episode, and Gabriel Woolf voiced The Beast effortlessly. There was a great claustrophic atmosphere generated in the episode, and the concern we feel towards the characters is heightened. That whole "Don't turn around" was utterly spine-tingling and so was that dramatic music.
Ranking: 9.5/10
The segundo part topped up the action as Rose and the crew ran through the base's tunnels, and The Doctor and Ida became trapped on Krop Tor with no option but to explore the pit. It was some great edge-of-the-seat material, which also really challenged our beliefs, leaving us wondering how far the episode would go to push the Doctor's scientific principles. The episode ended on a positive euphoric...
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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Ten and Rose have their first proper adventure in 'New Earth'.
Hello again! As my full Doctor Who series re-run continues in the lead up to the start of series 8, I have now had the privelage to watch the whole of the brilliant series 2 again. So, in continuation from my full series 1 review, I will commence with my series 2 review, mostrando an episode-by-episode opinion, courtesy of myself.

New Earth
Even though series 2 is one of my favourite series, this is the one episode which lets it down. It was a good starter episode for Ten and Rose, which gave us a taster of the the más fun and human nature to the new Doctor and his quirky relationship with his companion. The concept of the patients being infected with every single disease and the Sisters of Plenitude keeping it under wraps, with Cassandra blackmailing them so she can make a profit, was all very clever. However, I have issues with the revival of Cassandra herself, and I actually didn't like how she took over Rose's mind. There should have been más development between the real Rose and the new Doctor in their first proper episode together, but this was diminished some what por the bitchy version of Rose who was quite frankly very annoying.
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Opinion by darange posted hace más de un año
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Do tu wanna fly the TARDIS? come on lets go through time and space
we never do this anymore
come through the door
times about to waste
were gonna see some Daleks
and ángeles too
please tell me tu wont Blink!
do tu wanna fly the TARDIS?
tu dont have to fly the TARDIS!
Amy: no tu do it Doctor
ok fine.

Do tu wanna fly the TARDIS?
o vist someone whos long dead?
i think some company is overdue
i've started talking to an old cybermans head
(Hang in there Handles)
it gets a little lonely
all these empty rooms
just watching the years go by!

Ponds i now your long gone.
the ángeles took tu far away.
tu say to mover on and im trying too
its just so hard to do there is no way.
tu were my only family it was the ponds and me
what am i gonna do?
do tu want to fly the TARDIS?
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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Rose reunites with her dead father in the amazing 'Father's Day'.
Continuation of part one of my series 1 review.

Father's Day
This episode had it all. It managed to get exactly the right balance between emotion, fear, characterisation, relationships, and the concept of time. The Doctor and Rose's friendship was tested, but they came out of it stronger than ever. The scenes between Rose and her dad were heart-wrenching, and so was the moment when Jackie realised that Rose was 'her' Rose. The end scene where Pete dies in his daughter's arms is utterly tearful.
Ranking: 10/10

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
This two-parter was easily better than the Slitheen story, mainly because the pacing was not an issue here and also the empty child, although less 'alien' than the Slitheen, was much más scary. The first part introduced the realistic characters, notably Nancy, living in war-torn London, and the chills had already begun with that sinister line "Are tu my mummy?" The Doctor took the limelight this episode, as he ventured out on his own to find out about the strange happenings and the mystery fallen canister, ending with a truly gripping cliffhanger.
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Review by DW_girl posted hace más de un año
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The Ninth Doctor and Rose start New-Who off with a bang!
In the long wait for Series 8 of Doctor Who, I quickly decided upon re-watching the whole lot again, starting from the fantastic Series 1. Series 1 was the series which brought it all back, and it certainly should never be forgotten.

Rose
The very first episode of New era Who definitely struck a chord. Everything about it, from the companion-orientated plot to the brand new cgi and effects, was something very special and very different to what we'd previously seen. The episode gets the right balance between setting the scene and introducing the characters, and tackling the threat of the Nestene Consciousness. We meet the Ninth Doctor, someone shrouded in mystery, which we see through Rose's eyes. And from the Doctor's first word: "Run!", we knew we were in for the trip of a lifetime...
Ranking: 9/10

The End of the World
Again, Rose Tyler was the embodiment of the audience, as her curiosity about the Doctor and his world was exactly how the audience was made to feel. The episode is packed full of different aliens and cultures, a taste of what is in store in the coming episodes, and it is definitely a fear of the extraordinary which hits...
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Fan fiction by hippopto64 posted hace más de un año
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     It was movie night in the TARDIS. Rose searched through the Doctor's barely-touched collection of DVDs until she found a movie she hadn't watched in years—Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. She descended the stairs to the theater room, which featured a few couches, a projector, and a big pull-down screen. The Doctor sat on one of the sofas with his arm draped over the cushion. "Find something?" he asked, and she flashed the case toward him. He grinned. "Love that one." She slid the disc into the player and sat down siguiente to him as the projector whirred to life. His arm dropped from the cushion to her shoulders.
    As Jack Sparrow and Will landed on the pirate island Tortuga, the Doctor said, "It's a real place, tu know."
    "What is?" Rose asked, tossing a piece of palomitas de maiz, palomitas de maíz into her mouth and resting her head on his shoulder.
    "Tortuga. It's not really an island, it's a moon of Celifor. Pirate haven. It's a wild place. Lawless. Lots of drinking. I would take tu but it's probably not the best place for you. Dangerous. tu know." He was rambling now, his...
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Fan fiction by xi_omega posted hace más de un año
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Jenny had been in the quiet city for over a week now, the planet was called Algron, it had one small city and the rest of the planet was covered with woodland, Jenny had spent the last two years fighting monsters and saving world, Algron was just a well deserved holiday, the hotel was clean and quiet, the room was big enough for Jenny and her group; a human 20 año old called Lily, her 20 año old human ex-Time Agent boyfriend called pato, drake and Jenny's 24 año old human boyfriend called Carl.
Drake: (tapping the controls on his Vortex Manipulator, his hair is black and his eyes are hazel, he has the body structure of a marathon runner) guys, we've got another one
Jenny: another what?
Drake: another Rogue
Rogues were time-traveling pirates, mostly ex-Time Agent, they go across the universe looking for things to steal and sell on the intergalactic black market
Carl: (coming from cocina in humanoid form, he has brown hair and hazel eyes, tall and muscular) we just delt with some, that's why we're on holiday
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