The people of Mondas “enhanced” themselves out of desperation and over the course of generations became the Cybermen we know today. Robotic drones, bent on converting all humanoid life to join their ranks, the Cybermen are the Borg of the Whoniverse, or rather the other way around.
The Doctor gets a smooch from his mistress and it turns out there’s an afterlife!
Eleven returns for a last hurrah replete with wooden Cybermen and naked Twister before his inevitable regeneration
Inconsistently modernised Cybermen and a wax statue of Matthew Broderick
The Centurion returns, River Song drops a massive spoiler and bowties are infinitely preferable to monastic neckties.
An epic romp and the episode that should have been called “Just let it go to voicemail”
Two doctors refuse to regenerate, then get into some scraps, then regenerate after all. It’s pretty great.
Having watched and discussed all of the Tenth Doctor episodes, we hereby contemplate the highs and lows of not only the David Tennant era, but of an epoch defined by Russell T Davies