The Ninth Doctor
After reviewing Eccleston’s run as the 9th Doctor, we sat down to discuss the highlights and low-points of Series 1 of the Doctor Who revival.
The Ninth Doctor > The Tenth Doctor > Captain Jack Harkness > Rose Tyler > Daleks > Dalek Emperor
Rose is her own Deus Ex Machina, Jackie cashes in a dodgy favour, and we bid farewell to the 9th Doctor.
The Ninth Doctor > Captain Jack Harkness > Rose Tyler > Daleks
The Doc escapes from the Big Brother House, Rose knows basic arithmetics, and Captain Jack has an ass-gun.
The Ninth Doctor > Captain Jack Harkness > Mickey Smith > Rose Tyler > Raxacoricofallapatorian
The Doctor has dinner with the enemy, Mickey wants to cheat on his girlfriend, and no one seems to object to Cardiff Castle being demolished.
The Ninth Doctor > Captain Jack Harkness > Rose Tyler > Gas Mask Zombies > Nanogenes
Doc has no rhythm, Jack has great taste in cocktails, and aliens can’t distinguish bio matter from plastic.
A creepy child telekinetically controls toy monkeys and makes gas masks grow out of people’s faces, and we meet Captain Jack for the first time!
The Ninth Doctor > Rose Tyler > Reapers > Pete Tyler
Rose rescues her dead dad; Jackie is immortal; and in the end we forget that our hero is a cheating, lying, lousy husband.
The Ninth Doctor > Adam Mitchell > Rose Tyler > Jagrafess
The Doc robs a cash machine; Rose drinks a cup of beef; and Adam proves he’s a prick by getting a hole drilled into his forehead.
The Ninth Doctor > Adam Mitchell > Rose Tyler > Daleks
The Doctor tries to save a life, then end it at all costs, while Rose takes the moral high-ground, and also gets a new boyfriend.
The Ninth Doctor > Rose Tyler > Raxacoricofallapatorian > U.N.I.T.
Part 2 of the farting aliens saga, in which The Doctor jeopardises Rose’s life and UNIT employs the dumbest password ever.