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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In addition to the spectacles and trainers, David Tennant's Doctor also exhibits exceptional skill with a cricket ball during the regular series, another characteristic he inherited from the Fifth Doctor. See more »

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[last lines]
Fifth Doctor: [offscreen] Oh and Doctor, don't forget to put your shields up.
[the Tenth Doctor presses a button. There is an almighty crash as a steam powered ship collides with the Tardis]
Tenth Doctor: [bewildered] What?
[coughs as dust settles]
Tenth Doctor: What?
[picks up an old fashioned wooden lifebelt and turns it over to find the words: 'R.M.S. Titanic' printed on it]
Tenth Doctor: [ominously] What?
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Followed by Doctor Who: Music of the Spheres (2008) See more »

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"You were my Doctor".
9 June 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Although Davison's tenure as the Doctor ended nine years before I was born, I found his brief appearance wonderfully nostalgic. From the Fifth Doctor serials I have seen on DVD, (Castrovalva, The Five Doctors and Earthshock) he has truly become my Doctor (alongside Patrick Troughton). Davison easily slips under the skin of his boyish Time Lord (although the character did seem rather irritable at times) and is given a great foil in the form of Tennant's Doctor. The only problem is it's too damn short. Seven minutes isn't enough. Please give us a full length multi-doctor story.

Of course there is only one man could have brought us such a wonderful mini episode. I am talking about the one and only Steven Moffat who is responsible for children the world over having nightmares about four year old in gas masks. He has a beautiful writing style and carries off sentimental dialogue and continuity references with aplomb. It is safe to assume that the series will be in safe hands from 2010 with Moffat at the helm. I echo the Fifth Doctor's sentiment "To days to come".


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