The Tenth Doctor meets one of his previous incarnations.

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The Tenth Doctor meets one of his previous incarnations.

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16 November 2007 (UK)  »

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Peter Davison regarded Graeme Harper as the best director he had worked with during his tenure on the series in the 1980s. Harper had directed his final story, Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani: Part One (1984). Harper was the only director of episodes of both the revived Doctor Who (2005) series and the original series, Doctor Who (1963). See more »

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Tenth Doctor: You know, I love being you. Back when I first started at the very beginning, I was always trying to be old and grumpy and important like you do when you're young, and then I was you. And I was all dashing about and playing cricket and my voice going all squeaky when I shout and I still do that! The voice thing, I got that from you! Oh!
[shows trainers]
Tenth Doctor: And the trainers and...
[puts on glasses]
Tenth Doctor: Snap. Because you know what, Doctor? You were my Doctor.
Fifth Doctor: To days to come.
Tenth Doctor: All my love to long ago.
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Follows Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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Funny short, even if The Fifth is out of character
3 December 2015 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty funny short where The Tenth Doctor and The Fifth manage to bump into each other out of time thanks to Ten not raising the shields while flying. There's some banter between them and Five finds out Ten is a future re-incarnation of him. The "You're a fan!" line was hilarious and I always love it when I see multiple Doctors on screen together. And while I do love it when Doctor Who does these little shorts for charity I am going to have to play the bad guy on one major aspect in this short. Peter Davison acts nothing like he did on his run as five! I'm sure any fan of the old and new show will be able to see that he is exactly like Ten, only Ten is more hyperactive. Despite that it is a decent enough homage to the classic show and I would say it is entertaining to watch despite me thinking it's perplexing why they didn't have that little nod before Voyage Of The Damned or The Last Of The Time Lords. Either way, It is worth taking a look at.


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