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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The exchange between the Doctors: Fifth Doctor: "Does he [the Master] still have that rubbish beard?", Tenth Doctor: "No, no beard this time. Well, a wife," is a pun. A 'beard' is a slang term for the wife of a gay man (who marries to hide his sexuality). The lesbian equivalent (husband) is a 'merkin'. See more »

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Tenth Doctor: [the Fifth Doctor has mistaken the Tenth Doctor for a fan] What do you mean a fan? I'm not just a fan! I'm you.
Fifth Doctor: Okay, you're my biggest fan. Look, it's perfectly understandable. I go zooming around space and time, saving planets, fighting monsters, and being, well, let's face it, pretty sort of marvelous. And naturally, now and then people notice me. Start up their little groups. That L.I.N.D.A. lot! Are you one of them?
[the Tenth Doctor looks sheepish]
Fifth Doctor: How did you get in here? Can't have you ...
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Featured in Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS (2013) See more »

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I loved being you!
17 November 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This short adventure featuring two doctors was absolutely amazing, it had such an epic feel and I felt I had died and gone to heaven. When the new series started I began getting DVD's of the classic series and Peter Davison's stories such as Earthshock and The Caves Of Androzani were great and proved how good a doctor he was. So to have Peter Davison and possibly the best Doctor of them all David Tennant together was magical. The story also gets the chance to pay homage to Peter Davison and what he did as the character all those years ago, this story leaves everyone smiling and feeling nostalgic but it also leaves the question 'Will the doctor meet any of his selves again?' based on the quality of this short story, I sincerely hope so. Doctor Who is still as strong as ever!


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