The Seventh Doctor
The Seventh Doctor, played by Sylvester McCoy from 1987 to 1989, as well as in the 1996 movie, tragically appeared in an era of waning funding and appreciation for Doctor Who. As such, he never stood much of a chance. We can’t wait to get to his serials, though, as we’re told the Seeeeeeeeventh Doctor was one of the best.
Inter-dimensional Arthurian warfare, helicopter ear sanitation and a demon’s wet mouth
Doc and Ace appear on Ragnarok’s Got Talent and allegedly it’s an allegory of Doctor Who itself
Margaret Thatcher’s husband runs away with the baker’s apprentice and the indigenous species receives zero reparations
The 3,000-year-old supervisor of a shopping mall uses a hypnosis doubloon to recruit henchmen in a serial that channels iconic moments from 80s cinema.
A monarch fleeing genocide hides among alien tourists at a Welsh Butlin’s where no one reacts to her green baby
Doc and Mel B dodge senior citizen cannibals and team up with colour-coded girl gangs against the fascists standing in their way of a swimming pool
The Rani implements a convoluted stratagem and the Seventh Doctor skips over plot holes in his debut serial
What? What?! WHAT?! We sat down to discuss Jodie Whittaker’s final adventure as The Thirteenth Doctor mere moments after watching it unfold on TV