In the Virgin New Adventures, the Seventh Doctor is shown briefly interacting with a man who may be the Third Doctor in the Sherlock Holmes crossover novel All-Consuming Fire, but the scene is narrated from the perspective of Dr. Watson and thus the other man is never expressly identified. Tardis Wiki è una comunità di FANDOM a proposito di TV. In the programme, "the Doctor" is the alias assumed by a millennia-old alien called a Time Lord who travels through space and time in the TARDIS, frequently with companions. [82] Initially it was reported that Peter Capaldi told tabloids there would be "no flirting" between him and Clara, likening such a potential relationship to Papa and Nicole, but the actor himself discarded that. The Doctor was originally known as the Timeless Child, as revealed in "The Timeless Children" (2020). This has never been explained. In his final serial, the Second Doctor states that Time Lords can live forever, "barring accidents." [49] Though the Doctor tends to present a jocular, even childlike, persona, when the stakes rise—e.g., in Pyramids of Mars (1975)—that mask tends to fall, revealing a Doctor who is cold, driven, at times callous. Lungbarrow portrays the Doctor as being one of 45 cousins grown from his house's genetic loom as an adult. This credit remained from season 19 to season 26. The question of romance is sometimes sidestepped with plot devices in the spin-off media. Although the scene aired outside the programme itself, it was established as taking place between the events of "Last of the Time Lords" and "Voyage of the Damned". In the revived programme, the pattern is resumed with the transition of the Ninth to the Tenth, the Tenth to the Eleventh and the Twelfth to the Thirteenth Doctor, although Steven Moffat is on record stating the intention was to cast an actor in his mid-30s to 40s for the role of the Eleventh Doctor,[42] despite casting Matt Smith, who is the youngest actor to ever have played the role. The credit reverted to "The Doctor" for 2005's Christmas special "The Christmas Invasion" and all subsequent stories at Tennant's request. In 2013, something terrible is awakening in London's National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space … The programme depicts the adventures of a Time Lord called "the Doctor", an extraterrestrial being, who appears to be human. In later episodes of the revived programme, specifically under show runner Steven Moffat, the story arcs surrounding events in the Doctor's future implied serious consequences in the event of the Doctor's true name being spoken, the nature of these finally being revealed in "The Time of the Doctor". The character of the Doctor was created by BBC Head of Drama, Sydney Newman. In the BBC Series 4 FAQ, writer Russell T Davies made a joke that now the Time Lord social order has been destroyed, the Doctor may be able to regenerate indefinitely: "Now that his people are gone, who knows? On many occasions[quantify] the Eleventh Doctor has actually encountered himself from a different point in his timeline – in "The Big Bang", the mini-episodes "Space" and "Time" and "Last Night" – and in "Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS", at the end, the Doctor interacted with his past self to reset time. The Eighth Doctor's regeneration apparently occurred a few hours after he had actually "died", leaving him with temporary amnesia due to his body's adverse reaction to earth medicines. In a 2001 poll conducted by Channel 4, the Doctor was ranked sixth on its list of the 100 Greatest TV Characters. The Third Doctor implied in Doctor Who and the Silurians (1970) and in The Mind of Evil (1971) that he had a lifetime that covered "several thousand years". In the first serial, An Unearthly Child, two teachers from Coal Hill School in London, Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton, become intrigued by one of their pupils, Susan Foreman, who exhibits high intelligence and unusually advanced knowledge. In "The Satan Pit" the Doctor, fearing for his life, tells someone "If you see Rose, tell her... tell her... oh, she knows." Miranda returns in the novel Sometime Never... by Justin Richards, with her own daughter Zezanne. With two or more players, see who can collect the most. (TV: Boom Town), Dopo una rocambolesca fuga nella Kyoto feudale del 1336, i tre vengono teletrasportati sul Satellite 5 nell'anno 200.000. He is later reunited with this former mentor, now on Earth posing as the abbot K'anpo Rimpoche, in Planet of the Spiders. Two people who are really crazy about each other..."[86] The narrative of series nine culminated in a three-part story arc in which Clara dies and the Doctor spends the next 4.5 billion years executing a gambit to change history and save her life. The BBC novel The Eight Doctors was written by respected Doctor Who writer Terrance Dicks, the same author who wrote The Five Doctors. In various novels – especially Lungbarrow – it is established that Time Lords do not reproduce sexually, but emerge from genetic Looms fully grown, though the same book hints that the Doctor's birth was an exception (unlike his cousins, he has a belly button). Di fronte a una situazione vicina alla morte, il Dottore dice a Rose di essere contento di averla incontrata. In this world, the Doctor marries River in a very brief ceremony witnessed by Amy and Rory, so that he may allow time to return to normal and go to his death, while secretly disclosing to River that he will fake his death. While the Doctor remains essentially the same person throughout their regenerations, each actor has purposely imbued the character with distinct quirks and characteristics, and the production teams dictate new personality traits for each actor to portray. The Tenth Doctor especially makes a show of his distaste, discarding guns while declaring "I never would!" 29.01.2020 00:56. Watch Doctor Who, past, present and future adventures The experience was traumatic enough to cause one of his hearts to temporarily stop beating. Qui, mette in salvo Rose ingandola e la teletrasportandola con il TARDIS nel suo tempo. In "The Parting of the Ways" (2005), the Doctor's male companion Jack Harkness kisses both the Doctor and Rose in what he believes is a last goodbye. Although Time Lords resemble humans, their physiology differs in key respects. ", written by Colin Baker, in Doctor Who Magazine Winter Special 1991: UNIT Exposed. Il capitano Jack scopre che uno Slitheen è sopravvissuto ed è sul punto di terminare i preparativi di un piano che potrebbe portare nuovamente alla distruzione dell'intero pianeta. The question mark motif was common throughout the 1980s, in part as a branding attempt. With various companions, the Doctor combats foes, works to save civilisations and hel… [14] According to the alien villain Chedaki in the episode The Android Invasion, "his entire history is one of opposition to conquest.". The Doctor was taught by future Lord President Borusa and Azmael,[7] where he met Drax, with whom he attended a Tech course as part of the class of '92. The Doctor is the title character in the long-running BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. When the Eighth Doctor regenerated, he clad himself in a 19th-century frock coat and shirt based on a Wild Bill Hickok costume, reminiscent of the out-of-time quality of earlier Doctors and emphasising the Eighth Doctor's more Romantic persona. This is explained in dialogue as an instability in the timeline, which causes the War and Tenth Doctors to forget their meeting, thus maintaining the continuity in which the Doctors from the War Doctor onwards believe themselves to have destroyed Gallifrey. This knowledge is regained when the Daleks conquer the Church of the Silence in "The Time of the Doctor" (2013). Adam Mitchell, un impiegato della base, viene inviatato da Rose ad unirsi nei loro viaggi e questi sale sul TARDIS mentre la base sotterranea viene chiusa per sempre. This is one of the few scenes in the entire programme where the Doctor is kissed romantically by his companion. [59] The following list details the manner of each transition between incarnations: The Doctor's first (Hartnell to Troughton), ninth (Hurt to Eccleston), and thirteenth (Smith to Capaldi) regenerations occur due to natural causes – in all three cases the Doctor shows increasing signs of age, and comments that his body is "wearing a bit thin," though in the First Doctor's case this is apparently exacerbated by the energy drain from Mondas. She is distraught when, temporarily turned into a human in "Human Nature", the Doctor's human persona, John Smith, falls in love with nurse Joan Redfern. As a time traveller, the Doctor has been present at, or directly involved in, countless major historical events on the planet Earth and elsewhere – sometimes more than once. I can't remember if I'm lying about my age – that's how old I am." It would be during his twelfth incarnation that the Doctor realizes his actions made the difference in the balance between good and evil in the universe. ", and he later blithely mentions this embrace to her fiancé Rory in the following episode, "The Vampires of Venice", not realising this would upset Rory. Doctor Who? The Doctor has a particular dislike for ranged weapons such as firearms or rayguns, and tends to make a special effort to avoid their use. Nel tentativo di distruggere i Dalek, il Dottore costruisce un generatore di onde Delta ma si rende conto che attivandolo avrebbe distrutto la maggior parte del pianeta Terra e decide di non farne uso, proclamando che avrebbe preferito essere un codardo che un assassino. "[d] The Twelfth Doctor believes his previous incarnation's long scarf "looked stupid"[e] and his prior's love of bow-ties is "embarrassing."[57]. [citation needed], Throughout the 1980s, question marks formed a constant motif, usually on the shirt collars or, in the case of the Seventh Doctor, on his sleeveless jumper and the handle to his umbrella. [37] Apart from being called a doctor of the TARDIS, the Doctor has been referred to as a "doctor of time travel."[38]. He was not aged, in ill health nor mortally wounded at the end of The War Games (1969). [30] In the 2015 episode The Zygon Inversion, the doctor tells Osgood that his first name is "Basil".[31][32][33]. The Doctor's remorse for his actions in his Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh incarnations is a key part of his characterisation throughout the revival. Never give in.". The Doctor decided to leave Gallifrey out of fear. Three of these are initiated by Time Lords: one forced on him before banishment to Earth (The War Games), one requiring a Time Lord to give the Doctor's cells a "little push" to start the process (Planet of the Spiders), and one needing the Watcher – which the Doctor's travelling companions believed to be some version of the Doctor himself (Logopolis). He suggested that the lack of a spark may be down to the fact that the Time Lords were no longer around to manage anomalies. The calendar will give him no clues. Webber's document contained a main character described as "The maturer man, 35–40, with some 'character twist.' It was a perfect solution for a way to tie Atti’s wheelchair into his costume, we’ll just secure it to his chair with zipties. However, both of them later recognise that the War Doctor followed what seemed to be the only course open to him, and are even willing to help him carry it out so that he won't have to suffer the guilt alone. In "Asylum of the Daleks", a "time splinter" of future companion Clara Oswald using the name Oswin wipes all knowledge of the Doctor from the Daleks' collective memory. The Second, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors routinely carried numerous items in their coats without this being conspicuous. Now I'm neither. [15] It was never shown on-screen until "The End of Time", which was both Davies' last story as head writer and producer and David Tennant's last regular story as the Tenth Doctor. The Doctor, at first, said that he was not a physician, often referring to himself as a scientist or an engineer. In "New Earth" (2006), Rose's body is temporarily inhabited by Cassandra, who kisses the Doctor romantically. Appena dopo la rigenerazione, il TARDIS avverte un probelma nella Londra del 2005 allertando il Dottore sulla presenza della Coscienza Nestene. Nonetheless, when brought to an extreme (e.g., Earthshock, Vengeance on Varos, "The Christmas Invasion") the Doctor may resort to violence—even deadly force—to protect those considered under the Doctor's care. Porta i tuoi fandom preferiti con te e non perdere mai un colpo. Mickey aiuta il Dottore e Rose a sconfiggerli ed il Dottore offre a Mickey un posto nel TARDIS con loro, ma lui rifiuta. In "Journey's End", the Tenth Doctor manages to avert his own regeneration by using some of the energy to heal himself, then channeling the remaining energy into his severed hand, thus retaining his appearance and personality. Il Dottore risolve il problema ed ordina ai nangeni di curare tutti gli infetti salvando anche Jack, che si preparava a sacrificare se stesso, ed invitandolo poi a salire sul TARDIS. Only rarely is this even addressed in the programme. Gardner commented in Confidential that although the audience cannot hear, it is obvious that he is saying "I love you".[81]. ", giving the phrase in-universe significance. Tom Baker did reappear, but as "the Curator", an ambiguously different character who he was not credited for playing. In the novel Sometime Never..., she returned to the Doctor with her daughter Zezanne. [23], Throughout both the classic and revived programme, a running joke is that when the Doctor is introduced as just the Doctor, characters reply "Doctor who?". At the beginning of the 1996 television movie, the Seventh Doctor was shown to have a 900-year diary in his TARDIS. In his first appearance in "Rose" (2005), the Doctor looked in a mirror and commented on the size of his ears, suggesting that the regeneration may have happened shortly prior to the episode, or that he has not examined his reflection recently. This arc was penned by Steven Moffat, who has been exploring the significance of the Doctor's name in his episodes since 2006's "The Girl in the Fireplace", in which historical figure Madame de Pompadour reads the Doctor's mind and remarks, "Doctor who? In the television episodes, he is credited as "The Doctor", but he is introduced as "The War Doctor" in "The Night of the Doctor". As with previous incarnations of the Doctor, the character has also appeared in other Doctor Who spin-offs.. The events of "The Time of the Doctor" make it clear that his people, the Time Lords, know his true name, despite referring to him by his chosen alias as "the Doctor", even in formal settings such as court.[25][26]. Before that, the only references to past incarnations (from 1963 to 1996) have been in the aforementioned episode "School Reunion" (in which the Doctor acknowledges having regenerated "half a dozen times" since last seeing Sarah Jane) and in drawings that the Doctor (who has temporarily become human to hide from the Family Of Blood) makes based on dreams of his other life in the 2007 episode "Human Nature". The Fifth Doctor claims to be a doctor "of everything" in Four to Doomsday (1982), and a message to the same effect is related from the Tenth Doctor in "Utopia" (2007). In "The Fires of Pompeii", the Doctor reveals that he is able to perceive the fabric of time, discerning "fixed points" and "points in flux" – moments when history must remain as it was originally versus moments when he can change or influence the original course of events, as well as all past, present and possible future events. The classic programme refers to his time at the Academy and his affiliation with the notoriously devious Prydonian chapter of Time Lords. [64] In "Father's Day" (2005), the Ninth Doctor and Rose observed but did not interact with past versions of themselves; when Rose changed history, the earlier selves – after momentarily noticing Rose running past – vanished and a temporal paradox was created that attracted the extra-dimensional Reapers. Before permanently dying, a Time Lord can regenerate twelve times for a total of thirteen incarnations. Through the course of his adventures, the Eleventh Doctor underwent significant personality shifts, becoming ever more ruthless when travelling alone; falling into a deep depression and inertia when his friends Amy and Rory were lost to him; and finally undergoing a manic change at the prospect that Clara Oswin Oswald was still alive. This encounter was later confirmed in the audio drama "Benny's Story", a chapter of the Big Finish Productions release The Company of Friends, marking the only time to date that a classic-era Doctor has been confirmed as sleeping with one of his companions. In The Robots of Death (1977), the Fourth Doctor states he is 750 years old. Later, when Dorium comments that River is incarcerated in the Stormcage for "all her days", the Doctor responds "Her days, yes, her nights...well...that's between her and me". For example, according to The Mind of Evil (1971), a tablet of aspirin could kill him. On all subsequent regenerations the new Doctor generally continues to wear the clothing in which he regenerated until he selects a new outfit (though the regeneration from the Fourth to the Fifth Doctor included a change of footwear). During his first regeneration, the Doctor's clothes (save for his cloak and ring, both of which quickly thereafter fall off) changed with his body (The Power of the Daleks). The Doctor's past romantic relationship with Elizabeth I is alluded to in Moffat episodes "The Beast Below" and "The Wedding of River Song", as well as in "Amy's Choice" by Simon Nye. Questa incarnazione sembra inoltre consapevole degli effetti che le sue azioni hanno sulle persone legate a lui. Duration: 1:21. In "Asylum of the Daleks" (2012), it is stated that Daleks refer to the Doctor as "The Predator". In the 2006 episode "School Reunion", the Tenth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith both seem to indicate in dialogue that they haven't seen each other since her departure from the TARDIS in The Hand of Fear, although this contradicts their having met later during The Five Doctors. [b] The Tenth Doctor cringed at his fifth self's choice of wearing celery on his lapel. The Eighth Doctor experienced amnesia due to the anaesthetics affecting his physiology (1996 Doctor Who television film). "The Name of the Doctor" and "The Day of the Doctor" elaborate that the Doctor chose the name as a promise for the sort of man he wants to be: "Never cruel or cowardly. ("The Doctor's Daughter") and asserting that he is unarmed: "That's me. (TV: The Parting of the Ways). Later Eighth Doctor novel Interference – Book One sees the Eighth Doctor briefly meeting the Third, although this occasion results in the Doctor unwittingly changing his own history so that the Third Doctor will regenerate ahead of schedule (A change that is later 'reset' in the novel The Ancestor Cell thanks to the TARDIS taking action to preserve the original history). [22] Due to the retroactive creation of a numberless War Doctor and the Tenth Doctor's aborted regeneration in "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End", the Eleventh Doctor was the final incarnation in his natural cycle. When asked to which group he belonged, he replied, "Oh, the ones that ran away; I never stopped!". [79], The Doctor's relationship with Rose intensifies after he regenerates into the Tenth Doctor. The War Doctor is an incarnation existing between those of McGann and Eccleston. (TV: Aliens of London, World War Three), Seguendo un segnale disturbato, il Dottore atterra nello Utah del 2012, all'interno di quello che sembra essere un museo di reperti alieni. Nonostante questo, rimane gioviale e molto amichevole verso coloro che prende in simpatia. In "The Doctor's Wife", when he tells Amy and Rory that he is redoing the TARDIS's guest room, they suggest, "Perhaps not bunk beds this time," and he does not understand why a married couple would not find bunk beds preferable to other furniture. Doctor Who: Lights Out: Twelfth Doctor (Doctor Who 50th Anniversary E-Shorts Book 12) - Kindle edition by Black, Holly. Il suo vestiario è molto meno cospicuo di quello dei suoi predecessori, mentre l'accento e l'atteggiamento sono più da classe operaia. × Comments 2. In the novel The Stone Rose, by Jacqueline Rayner, the Doctor kisses Rose after she saves him from being petrified, with it being described as "a kiss of gratitude and joy and unspeakable pleasure at being alive". This is a clear affirmation of his past, and that the (then) current incarnation was indeed the Tenth. Jo kisses the Doctor on the cheek before she departs, the second time this form of affection had been shown on screen (the Second Doctor having similarly kissed Zoe in The War Games). In "The End of Time" (2009–2010) it is mentioned that after he smote a demon in the 13th century, the residents of a convent called the Doctor the "sainted physician". The 2014 e-book Tales of Trenzalore states the Doctor spent 900 years on Trenzalore. Sylvester McCoy used a very mild version of his own Scottish accent in the role, and Paul McGann spoke with a faint Liverpudlian lilt. The Doctor is the title character in the long-running BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who.Since the show's inception in 1963, the character has been portrayed by thirteen lead actors. During the Virgin New Adventures, the Seventh Doctor was occasionally at odds with his subconscious memory of his previous incarnation as his memory of his past self became increasingly associated with the Valeyard, his dark, future self, but he eventually accepted his dark side and 'reformed' his memory of his former self, although it was never established how the two Doctors would interact if they had met in person. After crash-landing the TARDIS, the Doctor collapsed and remained unconscious for most of the next fifteen hours ("The Christmas Invasion"). Qui i due risolvono un compltto ordito da Lady Cassandra, ultima essere umana pura, per uccidere gli altri ospiti assestando così un duro colpo all'economia dei concorrenti e trarne profitto. She even takes him away to "dance", but how far the metaphor (coined in the episode "The Doctor Dances") is taken is not seen on screen. In the episode "The Lodger" (2010), a member of the Doctor's football team offhandedly mentions annihilating the team they will play next week. [citation needed] In the 2008 Christmas episode, The Next Doctor, the Tenth Doctor discovers an info stamp originally held by the Cybermen, which includes images of all his past selves. When the accent of Eccleston's Doctor is clearly described as "Northern", he responds with the line "Lots of planets have a North." The programme has occasionally toyed with the Doctor's identity (or lack thereof). In the early years of the franchise, the character was credited as "Doctor Who" or "Dr Who", up to the final story of season 18, Logopolis (1981), which was the last story featuring Tom Baker as the then-incumbent Fourth Doctor. with "yes, quite right". As demonstrated by the Tenth Doctor for the first time in that story, in the first fifteen hours of regeneration this energy is enough to even rapidly regrow a severed hand. This was proposed by Moffat on Usenet 16 years before "A Good Man Goes to War":[24]. [73], In the following episode, "Deep Breath" (2014), the Twelfth Doctor states that he is over 2,000 years old. Rose, aiutando il Dottore, riesce a fermare il genocidio e ad eliminare la coscienza. According to Tennant he had always wanted to wear the trainers. Kate Orman's novel The Room with No Doors, set just before the regeneration, notes that this is one of the few regenerations in which the Doctor was not conscious and aware that he was dying. The Ninth Doctor's reply is, "Yeah. In other media, more has been revealed of the Doctor's early life. The three are collectively credited as "The Doctor" alongside Christopher Eccleston, Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton and William Hartnell, although the latter nine appeared only through the reuse of archive footage.

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