Yes, i loved his Attitude and characteristics- i just felt the stories could have had more meaning to them like they used to have throughout his predecessor's stories... well it all began to deteriorate towards the end of Colin's era. Yet again the classic Doctors never got the recognition they needed- well, Four gets plenty!, however 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8 don't get nearly as much recognition as much as 4, 9, 10 and 11 do. *sigh*
Well we cannot really say it didn t get any recognition, otherwise we wouldn t be able to enjoy the new series. Without it, all of the ancient episodes would have been lost (ok some really have been lost, but they are being rediscovered for the majority.) Maybe its downfall is due to to much of a sudden high in popularity with fourth, and then it began to crumble bit by bit since then. I just hope that the new show who doesn t die anytime soon .
ikr? actually people keep noticing peter Capaldi... "OMS. HE TOO OLD." *cough* third Doctor *points* He was a total bad-ass and was 52 when he started (if i did my math correctly) *pulls out calculator* The First Doctor- he started the Timey-Whimey shenanigans! *points, once again back over to Four- he was 40 years old when he started Doctor who- and 47 when he left. *tsk tsk* in my eyes, Peter Capaldi is too young- we need an actual 2,000 year old X,D (not really, but you get the gist.) c:
Hahaha! If we get a 2000 year old, we'll have a ghost XD. I'm also quite happy to finally have an old doctor in the new show. The docs getting younger and younger, I was getting scared that the bbc only wanted to give fan service . I absolutely loved Capaldi's intoduction after his regenaration. I keep laughing at Oswald's reaction XD XD.
Sylv's made the joke that they had the blonde wig tied to a string and pulled it off him just before he sits up after regenerating lol
I think it was bullshit Colin got canned, why was wrong with him?? I liked his grumpy egotistical exterior, he was still the Doctor inside. His attitude was just one more side to him. Each Doctor displays an aspect of his whole personality.