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.
It’s the end of an era as Doc is joined by old friends and selves to save the world one last time before she regenerates
Two wildly different milestone stories, neither canonical, one rather pants, the other quite amazing. All right, here we go!
Doctor Who regenerates into a one-off on the little big screen and heads across the pond in our very last Classic Who review
Having reviewed all the the Classic TV serials, we sit down with cocktails and a guest expert for a look back on the tragically brief Seeeeventh Doctor Era.
The Master channels Salem to recruit a Rex Kwon Do class as human catnip. Dear God, Ace, get some actual friends!
Zompires, Nicholas Parsons, and the most awkward seduction in Classic Doctor Who
An evolution-crazed diorama fan with a Neanderthal butler plots to take over the British Empire from his haunted mansion. And, wait, Ace was an arsonist?!
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