The Tenth Doctor > Donna Noble > River Song > Vashta Nerada
The Runaway Bride finally gets herself a husband and takes care of cookie-cutter kids in Star Trek Generation’s “Nexus”.
A tonne of foreshadowing and a very common courtesy unit, plus the very first appearance of Professor River Song (on our timeline)
The Third Doctor > Dr Elizabeth "Liz" Shaw > Dinosaurs > Silurians > Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart > U.N.I.T.
U.N.I.T. can’t decide whether to battle Global Warming, a flesh-eating virus, nuclear holocaust, dinosaurs or planet-usurping man-geckos.
The Tenth Doctor > Donna Noble > Vespiforms > Agatha Christie
The Doctor and Donna crash a party with Agatha Christie, the full cast of Cluedo, a giant wasp and no unicorn
The Third Doctor > Dr Elizabeth "Liz" Shaw > Autons > Nestene Consciousness > Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart > U.N.I.T.
We get space quaffles, the mannequin challenge and some good old-fashioned tentacle porn in Pertwee’s first go as The Third Doctor
The Twelfth Doctor
We speculate on the reasons for Peter Capaldi’s departure from Doctor Who in 2017, and pick some of our favourite candidates for the role of The Thirteenth Doctor.
The Tenth Doctor > Donna Noble > Martha Jones > Hath
The Tenth Doctor mothers the short-lived fruit of his loins following his arm being raped by newborn soldiers fighting fish people without a backstory.
The Second Doctor
Having seen (or heard) all of Patrick Troughton’s Doctor Who serials, we sat down for the traditional PostDoc rankings and ramblings.
The Tenth Doctor > Donna Noble > Martha Jones > Rose Tyler > Wilfred Mott > Sontarans > U.N.I.T.
It’s The Clone Wars but with a baked potato planet and a nuclear weapons Tinder app.
The Second Doctor > Jamie McCrimmon > Zoe Heriot > Cybermen > Daleks > Ice Warriors > Quarks > Robot Yeti > Time Lords > War Lords > Ancient Romans
The Second Doctor and his companions Interrail through some of humanity’s greatest conflicts in Patrick Troughton’s final serial.