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*big sigh* What to write for a topic. by mp_addict19 on 6 November 2009 7:22pm
 
As of right now, I'm watching Doctor Who on the Sci-fi (oops, sorry.) "Syfy" channel. I absolutely adored David Tennant as the Doctor, but now that he's leaving, I feel a bit sad :(. The new guy looks kinda cute, but the outfit that he's gonna wear looks like your average science teacher look, complete with the small nerdy bowtie and the leather patches of the elbow on a tweed jacket. I wonder if Michael could be the next Doctor?? There were talks of James Nesbitt playing the next Doctor, but he says that he'll be too old to play the Doctor. I think he should. Any Who fans out there?
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by Spursfan on 6 November 2009 9:36pm
 
I almost feel like boycotting Dr Who - David Tennant has without a doubt been THE best Doctor (in my opinion) and I have seen 'em all!!

:(
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by kazzzz on 7 November 2009 1:07am
 
Agree. David is the best Doctor so far and will be very hard to beat. Hmmm James Nesbitt could be an interesting choice...l don't think he's too old at all after all previous Doctors have come in all ages shapes and sizes.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by sighthound on 7 November 2009 1:31am
 
Tennant is really good but my best Doctor is Tom Baker.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by suzulu on 7 November 2009 1:32am
 
I agree. David Tennant is definitely the best Dr. Who. He'll be a hard act to follow.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by tucsonmike on 7 November 2009 2:39am
 
Tough choice.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by Spursfan on 7 November 2009 9:18am
 
Yes, Kazzzz - William Hartnell the first Dr Who was 108 when he took on the role! Oh, no sorry - that's just how old he SEEMED to me at aged 9 or 10!! In fact he was 55 when it started - a year younger than I am now!!! Do I really look 108??!!

Don't answer that, Johnny, unless in a positive way!!

:)
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by kazzzz on 7 November 2009 9:30am
 
I don't think Sylvester McCoy was all that young either.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by peripatetically on 7 November 2009 12:56pm
 
I've never watched that show.
 
Re: *big sigh* What to write for a topic. by Conservative_Paul on 7 November 2009 2:25pm
 
I look forward to the day when there is NO doctor who.

A conservative government has committed itself to scrapping the license fee in its second term. Without the license fee the BBC will collapse and the public will be free from its liberal left wing bias.
 
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