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Doctor Who Timeline Infographic (Original Full-Size Version) [via Geeks are Sexy]
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Great reading luv that show
O.K. I’m a relic of the past but, gee whiz, thanks for the infographic link which has brought back wonderful memories of the first season of Dr. Who.
Can’t beat season one, but I’ll be a fan of this wonderful concept until the Tardis and myself pass into the realm of never-never…Thanks!
Shouldn’t the silence have been listed as a enemy in the last season?
I agree the silence, the Jadoon, Satan, and tons of other Aliens where left out. Still, this is an amazing info graphic. Thanks!
Good old BBC
Not sure what episode it was but K-9 did come back for an episode in the new seasons. I think it was when David Tennant was the doctor.
Late Tom Baker, Peter Davison was my era of Doctor Who. Loved it. New one, not so much.
Just as a side note, Peter Cushing also played the Doctor in a film but was basically playing the William Hartnell character & there was no transformation – hence he’s not in the timeline :)
They should create an episode where a time vortex inversion has several versions of the doctor meeting himself and unable to comphrend how it is possible. Each version of the doctor has a conflicting and plausable theroy with all other versions of himself. They all fear madness and total reality extinction. Rose Tyler (or whomever) presently wakes up in a public park on a bench near some very familiar looking elderly men playing chess. They all look a bit like the doctor. And realizes, or believes it to have been a vivid dream but is not quite sure. She hears the sound of the Tardis and follows it to find a telephone company truck engine in very poor condition instead. The driver looks like Tom Baker. (The classic doctor). Then clearly hears the voice of a dahlek which turns out to be a damaged telephone company truck radio voice. Everything looks like the doctor is present, but not quite real. Eventually the doctor does show up and she blows him off thinking it’s another waking dream.
Although the story of an apple falling on Sir Isaac Newton’s head might be apocryphal, the tree itself is not: the apple tree in question is still alive and well outside Newton’s family home, Woolsthorpe Manor, in the English county of Lincolnshire.
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