Why did the universe go back to normal if River Song wasn't actually kissing the Doctor but really just kissing the Teselector in "The Wedding of River Song"?
This is only a theory but perhaps the effect was only dependent on being in close proximity rather than direct contact.
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What is your favorite new DW episode? Favorite old DW episode? And then your altime favorite?
Favorite New Who episode: The Doctor’s Wife
Favorite Classic Who episode (Intact): Pyramids of Mars
Current overall favorite: The Time Meddler
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seems to me in the original series, the Doctor only had 11 regenerations and that the Master was the last one gone insane. do i remember this wrong?
Time Lords have 12 regenerations, 13 lives.
The Master is an entirely different Time Lord. He was near the end of his 12th life when he first appears in the classic series. Near the end of the Doctor’s 4th life the Master, in his decaying 13th body, steals a body from a Traken noble. Later the Time Lord High Council offers him a deal, help the Doctor and receive a completely new regeneration cycle. This suggests that the regeneration limit is, or was controlled by the High Council.
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Anglo’s ‘Greatest Woman of Doctor Who Ever’ is down to two finalists — Rose vs Sarah Jane Smith:Blonde/brunette, modern/classic, shop assistant/roving reporter – the differences between Rose Tyler and Sarah Jane Smith abound. But for many reasons, they are the two companions to which all others must be compared: Sarah Jane for creating the template that all succeeding companions have followed, and Rose for successfully ushering viewers into a brand-new era of the series. In short, Doctor Who as we know it today would not exist without these two women. But who is the greatest ever?
Voting ends Saturday, August 11 at 12 pm ET.
The fact that there are baby Weeping Angels implies that there are teenage Weeping Angels going through a moody phase. You know, before they settle down emotionally and become the mature, together adult Weeping Angels we know and are mortally afraid of.
what is the tardis
Short answer: TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimensions In Space.
A TARDIS or TT Capsule was the main kind of space-time vehicle used by the Time Lords. A TARDIS was grown from coral, a process that could take many centuries.
TARDISes are equipped with a chameleon circuit, a device which when fully functional allows the Time Lord piloting it to disguise it as anything he or she wishes.
Other than the space-time travel and the chameleon circuit the most notable feature of the TARDIS is that it is dimensionally transcendental. In other words it is bigger in the inside than it is on the outside. The estimated size of the interior of the Doctor’s TARDIS is about the size of a small town. It’s also been described at being at least twice the size of San Francisco’s Chinatown at the beginning of the 21st century.
The one in use by the Doctor is an old type 40. The Doctor stole his TARDIS from a repair yard during his first incarnation. Due to being taken while under repair some of the systems on the Doctor’s TARDIS are not fully functional, such as the chameleon circuit which is stuck in the form of a 1950’s British police call box.
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