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Best Dr Who, favourite companion, scariest adversary.

David Tennant, Leela, Daleks
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  • edited May 13
    Tom Baker , Sarah Jane, Daleks
  • Tom Baker,Leela,Daleks
  • Was only of an age to watch it since Christopher Eccleston, but:

    Matt Smith, Clara (she is a sort too), and the Weeping Angels.
  • Sylvester McCoy and Ace!

    Weeping Angels best foe.
  • David Tennant, Rose, Empty Child
  • Tennant,Jackie tyler,Matt Smith and weeping angels
  • I don't really watch it but the weeping angels was a bit spooky for kids tv
  • Tom Baker, Sarah Jane, Daleks (closely followed by the cybermen)
  • Funny time to start such a thread, seeing that Doctor Who was actually on at the time!

    Pertwee, Clara, Silence
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  • Tom Baker, Sarah Jane Smith and Davros, who scared the piss out of me as a kid!
  • Jon Pertwee, Jo Grant, Daemons/Sea Devils/Daleks were all great in the 70s.
  • Jon Pertwee/David Tennant, Bernard Cribbins (or Clara), Weeping Angels
  • David Tennent or Jon Pertwee, Donna, Daleks
  • Sylvester McCoy, Ace, and the Cybermen
  • Peter Davison, Tegan, Nyssa, Adric, Turlough. The Daleks
  • Ace wore a Charlton badge so is best assistant end of.

    Daleks end of

    Tom Baker old, Christopher Ecceleston new
  • Was only of an age to watch it since Christopher Eccleston, but:

    Matt Smith, Clara (she is a sort too), and the Weeping Angels.

    Ditto. Matt Smith the best Doctor by far - and I do go back to the very start of the show.
  • Tough Call out of William Hartnell and Jon Pertwee for the Doctor......none of the sidekicks...and as a young kid in the 60's The Cyber men scared the crap out of me.
  • Pertwee/ Ace (obvs)/ Daleks
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  • Matt smith by a country mile. Sidekicks have generally all been good though not sure about this latest one. Scariest adversary is a tough one and reflects the times when you were watching. What scared us in the early days probably would not scare today's kids, a bit like the Hammer house of horrors output. I often wonder if I wasn't that proverbial kid that 'hid behind the sofa' because of the layout of our lounge in the sixties and the fact that my dad worked in Fleet Street and those early episodes sometimes scared the shit out of us kids then and watching doctor who did sometimes take place from behind a sofa
  • Troughton or Tom Baker from the early days, Tennant more recently
    Jamie and Zoe
    The Cybermen when they first appeared/Weeping Angels
  • Worzel gummidge, K9 and Davros
  • edited May 14
    McBobbin said:

    Sylvester McCoy, Ace, and the Cybermen

    This. No contest.

    Ace is out very own Sophie Aldred. Badge no. 19

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  • Addickted said:

    McBobbin said:

    Sylvester McCoy, Ace, and the Cybermen

    This. No contest.

    Ace is out very own Sophie Aldred. Badge no. 19

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    Bet some saddo Charlton geek gave her that badge :smiley:
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    edited May 14
    Tennant, Sarah Jane, Cybermen as a foe, weeping angels for scary

    As an aside, new doctor who, Idris Elba, or Miranda Hart
  • Tennant, Clara (stunning) and the Angels who actually really were quite scary.

    Even as a kid, I was never too impressed with Daleks (just go upstairs ffs!! The levitating versions weren't available on the 2 & 6 pence budget when I was young :smile: )
  • Tom Baker, Rose Tyler & Weeping Angels.
  • Leela hands down - super sexy

    Empty Child was spooky
  • Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, the Daleks.
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