The Second Doctor
Portrayed by Patrick Troughton between 1966 and 1969, as well as in a few Multi-Doc specials, The Second Doctor was a disheveled, witty and fun-loving chap who was a dear friend of his companions and a fan of playing the recorder.
The Tenth, Eleventh and War Doctor battle Daleks, smooch a Zygon and seemingly prove that the gun is mightier than the pen in this glorious Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special
The Great Intelligence employs those chaps from Buffy and a Back-To-The-Future letter to lure The Doctor to Trenzalore
The First and The Second join The Third on an adventure in an anti-matter universe for the Ten Year Anniversary of Doctor Who
Having seen (or heard) all of Patrick Troughton’s Doctor Who serials, we sat down for the traditional PostDoc rankings and ramblings.
The Second Doctor and his companions Interrail through some of humanity’s greatest conflicts in Patrick Troughton’s final serial.
The Doctor is aided by a space yokel from the Wild West while a pirate in a medieval spacesuit and a lady in a metal wig try to trap him
Another alien invasion, killer foam, moon base, homing beacon, elderly professor, space museum and aristocrat representing the UN. Basically, it’s great.
A society comprising myriad chaps with matching axes and one single woman faces off against homicidal moka pots who secretly attempt to mate with their brain waves
Raunchy photoshoots, the return of UNIT and a Cyberman plan as epic as it is absurd