Doctor Who (2005)
Full Show Summary
Dr. Who is a science fiction show made by the BBC, originally aired in November, 1963. Dr. Who portrays the adventures of the Doctor, a time traveling humanoid alien (referred to as a Time Master), who travels the universe in a sentient, telepathic time machine that can travel through time and space. The Doctor travels through time, with a variation of companions, they work together to set right past wrongs, help regular people, and save civilizations. There have been several different actors to play the part of The Doctor, eleven to be precise. When there was to be a change in actor it was written in as part of the script, as regeneration. This is a special ability of the Doctor due to his humanoid alien genes, during the time of regeneration he takes on a somewhat new personality and a new body, at times when he has sustained an injury that would result in death for most. The actors that have played the part of the Doctor in order are William Hartnell (1963-66), Patrick Troughton (1966-69), Jon Pertwee (1970-74), Tom Baker (1974-81), Peter Davison (1981-84), Colin Baker (1984-86), Sylvester McCoy (1986-89 and 1996), Paul McGann (1996), Christopher Eccleston (2005), David Tennant (2005-10) and Matt Smith (2010-current). At some intervals of time the various different incarnations of the Doctor meet and interact with each other in the near future or past. In addition to the various forms of the Doctor and his companions (usually consisting of three), there is a vast array of advisories including the Daleks a mutated race originally from planet Skaro, and Cybermen a humanoid race originally from Earth’s twin planet Mondas that implanted so many artificial parts into their body’s the race became cold and calculating. There is also The Master another Time Master a traitor and the Doctors archenemy.
Last Episode, 29 September 2012: Season 7, Episode 5: The Angels Take Manhattan
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