Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by SimpleLogic, Oct 3, 2012.
The Fourth Doctor.
And I can't believe I'm the first person to say that.
You're not. Look at post number 6 in the thread.
He's ok, but he's no Six.
How d'ya figure, Cutter? Ben and Polly got home, Victoria, due to her father's demise, chose a surrogate family to settle with, and Jamie and Zoe were returned home by the Time Lords at the end of The War Games. Sounds like a damn good ratio to me.
Personality-wise, I think I'd have the easiest time getting along with either the 2nd or 11th Doctor.
But then, I find Jon Pertwee endlessly charming. (I don't know about in-character, but of all the actors IRL, Pertwee would definately be the one I'd be most interested in meeting. )
The 8th Doctor would be fairly high on my list. He seemed like an easy-going guy.
The 4th, 6th, & 7th Doctors are fun to watch but I don't think I'd ever want to be in the same room with any of them. The 1st Doctor was too cranky. The 9th Doctor was too moody. The 10th Doctor was an obnoxious ham and I'd probably end up trying to punch him.
I find the 5th Doctor boring. Plus, I'd be saddled with the unpleasant prospect of spending time with Adric, Tegan, Turlough, or Peri. Maybe I'd be willing to jump in the TARDIS during that brief sliver of time between "Time-Flight" & "Arc of Infinity" when the 5th Doctor & Nyssa were travelling on their own. But even then, I'd really just be there to try to put the moves on Nyssa.
Two: I'd easily be able to overpower his cheesy cardboard and rubber adversaries and make myself useful.
Four: I'm out of Jelly-babies, and I suspect he'd be able to hook me up. Plus, he and I are quite similar in temperment.
Eleven: Alright, this guy's just plain fun. Although his Jelly-babies are now so stale, they're more like rock candy.
He's got jammy dodgers, though.
Troughton or Pertwee.
Well, where's the fun in that?
Naturally I knew you'd pick him so I traveled back in time and made this thread.
I'll explain later.
I think that says it all...
Nine. We share a similarly misanthropic view of humanity. He was also the Doctor who seemed the most relatable. I half expect him to grab a pint after a long day fighting off the Slitheen.
No he doesn't! He's always trying to bum them off someone else! He'd probably help himself to my stash of Pepperidge Farm Veronas and then things would get mean.
Two. I'm too much like One to get on with him or to really get on with the others.
Either McGann or Tennant because those two are my favourates.
If you insist on using that word, maybe it would be helpful if I pointed out that it's spelled "favourites".
Now, now, Mirror! Don't get pidantic!
Don't you mean Pidantec?
Hey! There's no need to sensor me! I know what's at steak!
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