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
A steampunk cyber giant, a TARDIS balloon and a terrible ending
The Doctor abandons Rose with a genocidal Donna in Tennant-form and there’s no sign of The Shadow Proclamation anywhere!
Companions and spin-offs collide when Davros and his new race of Daleks transport the Earth far across the universe
A Beetle Backpack, the Death of the Doctor and the Return of Rose. Could this be any more epic?!
A tense, psychological thriller and some terrifically high-concept sci-fi, this is RTD’s Reservoir Dogs in space