The Tenth Doctor
The Tenth Doctor was played by David Tennant (2005-1010) as a heart-throb, emo hipster, and described by the WBW-gang as a galactic lothario (though perhaps in less delicate terms). The guy had a number of companions. Really, he got through them like hotcakes. We loved his interplay with Rose, though, until we didn’t.
Three Classic Doctors execute an elaborate plan to infiltrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who
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
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
Far too many farewells pepper The Tenth Doctor’s long-awaited yet sadly poor departure.
The Master returns with a ridiculous plot to end life on Earth as we know it, and even Barack Obama shakes his head at this one.
Grown men wet themselves as the Doctor summons the Time Lord Victorious and introduces the concept of fixed points in time
Kleptomaniacs, coprophages and a scientist fanboy battle a civilisation-devouring sharknado from outer space