The Fourth Doctor
Ahh, The Fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker from 1974 to 1981, is probably the most iconic Time Lord. With an absurdly long scarf, equally characteristic hat and coat and a smile sometimes equipped with an apparent abundance of teeth, The Fourth Doctor is a fan favourite and we’re thrilled to be reviewing his serials now.
Two wildly different milestone stories, neither canonical, one rather pants, the other quite amazing. All right, here we go!
Four-and-a-bit Doctors battle Cybers, a chap in silver spandex and a Time Lord conspiracy in the 20th Anniversary Special
It’s a Doc in a box! Our brand new Doctor gets carried away while The Master seemingly gets his plans A and B mixed up
A scarf, a robot dog, and some of the most fun ever. We discuss Tom Baker’s run as The Fourth Doctor.
It’s the end of an era. We get a new Master, a new companion, and a newish companion. Alas, we lose one of the most beloved Doctors in the process.
A legendary foe contests the ascension of a Keeper Elect in the first ever serial to feature an aubergine
Statler and Waldorf provide running commentary on Paw Patrol’s continued enslavement in a serial that sees the departure of two (!) companions
Doc and Romana team up with the single-greatest comb-over in E-Space to battle a Big Daddy Vampire
Cavemen and spiders attack in droves, but all the Lost Boys can think about is giant melons