The Doctor was originally known as the Timeless Child, as revealed in "The Timeless Children" (2020). Before that, the only references to past incarnations (from 1963 to 1996) have been in the aforementioned episode "School Reunion" (in which the Doctor acknowledges having regenerated "half a dozen times" since last seeing Sarah Jane) and in drawings that the Doctor (who has temporarily become human to hide from the Family Of Blood) makes based on dreams of his other life in the 2007 episode "Human Nature". [citation needed] Despite this, there is a running joke about his character that the only piece of clothing he changes is his jumper, even when trying to "blend into" a historical era. ("Doomsday"). This credit remained from season 19 to season 26. Although the alternate timeline is erased, all future episodes act as though the wedding was real. In the episode "The Lodger" (2010), a member of the Doctor's football team offhandedly mentions annihilating the team they will play next week. (TV: Father's Day), Nel 1941, il Dottore e Rose incontrano il capitano Jack Harkness, un artista ed ex Agente del Tempo, proveniente dal 51esimo secolo. In The Ark in Space (1975), aired later that year, the Doctor states that his doctorate is only honorary; the Tenth Doctor, however, considers the name to be his legitimate academic rank in "The Waters of Mars" (2009), describing his "name, rank and intention" as "The Doctor; doctor; fun." Qui il Dottore indaga su una strana epidemia che gli esseri umani in zombie con una maschera antigas sul volto. The Doctor is assumed to be or to have been married to Susan's grandmother, including by head writer Steven Moffat. The very first episode of the television programme established that Susan Foreman is the Doctor's granddaughter, but neither Susan nor the Doctor ever speak of her parents. This is a clear affirmation of his past, and that the (then) current incarnation was indeed the Tenth. [88][89] In July 2008, the character's enduring popularity led The Daily Telegraph to dub him "Britain's favourite alien". Mickey aiuta il Dottore e Rose a sconfiggerli ed il Dottore offre a Mickey un posto nel TARDIS con loro, ma lui rifiuta. Doctor Who. Their attraction appeared to continue when the Eleventh encountered her again, even after Lem was technically killed and made into a Dalek-human hybrid. His skill with hypnosis requires only a glance into the eyes to put the subject under a trance. Later, in The Happiness Patrol (1988), this was clarified as a nickname from the Doctor's university days; he is called by this name again in the Paul Cornell novel Goth Opera. The Atraxi then shows 10 images, one of each Doctor from the first to the tenth, with the eleventh walking through the image of the tenth at the end. Insiema a Mickey, riescono a catturarlo ma quando la creatura viene in contatto con il Cuore del TARDIS, reversa nello stadio di uovo ed il Dottore decide di farlo tornare sul pianeta natio. Il Dottore si sveglia nella casa del Grande Fratello, mentre Rose si sveglia nel bel mezzo di una puntata di "L'Anello Debole". In her 2010 appearances, River continues to hint at a relationship with the Doctor in her relative past and his relative future. In Remembrance of the Daleks (1988), the Seventh Doctor said that he had "900 years' experience" rewiring alien equipment. At the programme's beginning, nothing at all is known of the Doctor: not even his name, the actual form of which remains a mystery. By contrast, the Twelfth Doctor became a lighter person over the course of his life, beginning with a grim mood where he may have dropped a man out of a hot air balloon and questioning his own nature ("Into the Dalek") but ending with a firm resolve that he would take the hard option just because it was right ("The Doctor Falls"). By contrast, the Eleventh Doctor spoke of the War Doctor (John Hurt) as being the man who broke that promise, being the one to fight in the Time War before learning the actual fate of the Time Lords. In the 1996 film Doctor Who, the Doctor states he is "half-human, on [his] mother's side". In the 2001 BBC Books novel Father Time by Lance Parkin, the Doctor adopts an orphaned Gallifreyan-like alien called Miranda. During his first regeneration, the Doctor's clothes (save for his cloak and ring, both of which quickly thereafter fall off) changed with his body (The Power of the Daleks). Amongst the works of spin-off prose fiction, in the Fourth Doctor comic "The Time Witch", after the Doctor and Sharon cross through the split in time which ages them four years, the Doctor says "I shall still think of myself as 743 ... or was it 730, I never can remember...". The Doctor is the title character in the long-running BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who.Since the show's inception in 1963, the character has been portrayed by thirteen lead actors. The Doctor has occasionally expressed distaste and confusion about his own fashion choices in other incarnations. [4] Human companions accompany the Doctor through his adventures who serve as audience surrogate characters to ask questions which allow the Doctor to provide relevant exposition. With this group, he learns about the Celestial Toymaker and travels to his realm in a type 18 TARDIS with Deca members Rallon and Millennia, who are killed. It pioneered sophisticated mixed-level storytelling. Sopravvissuto all'Ultima Grande Guerra del Tempo, egli crede di aver sterminato la propria specie e per questo tende a rimuginare e ad agire con malumore verso coloro che lo criticano e lo ostacolano. [11] Under Cartmel, the show foreshadowed this concept; however, its 1989 cancellation meant that it was never realised onscreen. [citation needed] The Doctor also expresses dismay at having his companions age while he regenerates. I due si incontrano nuovamente poco dopo e, dopo una breve ricerca, individuano la Coscienza Nestene, che controlla gli Auton grazie ad un segnale dal London Eye. Different actors have used different regional accents in the role. He is an excellent cricket player (Black Orchid) and in "The Lodger" he proves to be a prodigiously talented footballer despite unfamiliarity with some of the game's basic rules. [57] It echoes his third incarnation's look, specifically the red lining on the inside of his Crombie coat. In "Journey's End", the Tenth Doctor manages to avert his own regeneration by using some of the energy to heal himself, then channeling the remaining energy into his severed hand, thus retaining his appearance and personality. La profezia dell’Armadillo 2018 6.6. In the television movie, the trend is continued, with Paul McGann's debuting Eighth Doctor credited as "The Doctor" and Sylvester McCoy's out-going Seventh Doctor as "The Old Doctor". In the audio plays involving the Eighth Doctor, his companion Charley confesses her romantic feelings for him in Zagreus, but although he admits he loves her at the time, it is a highly dramatic moment and the relationship does not progress beyond the platonic. The character played by Peter Cushing in the films Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. referred to himself as "Dr. Who". [note 4]. The Tenth Doctor notably declares a "one chance only" policy when dealing with aliens invading the Earth, leading his companion Donna Noble to comment that he needs "someone" to keep his temperament in check. For the Doctor as portrayed in the 1960s Dalek films, see. Doctor Who - discorso del Dottore sulla guerra - Duration: 3:37. The first six Doctors spoke in Received Pronunciation or "BBC English", as was standard on British television at the time. cyanide poisoning) and expel the cyanide from his body by ingesting a concoction of ginger beer, protein foods and salts. [52] [7] In Time and the Rani, the Doctor claims to have attended university alongside the Rani, specialising in thermodynamics.[7]. And it is true to say that I attempted to imply that William Hartnell was not the first Doctor. Bumblebee 2018 9. The Twelfth Doctor's costume has been described as looking like a magician. [10] In the Virgin Missing Adventures novel Goth Opera, it is said the Doctor was a frequent prankster while at the Academy, introducing cats into Gallifrey's ecosystem with his friend Ruath and electrifying a "perigosto stick" belonging to his teacher, Borusa. The Doctor has also encountered many of Earth's historical figures. In other media, more has been revealed of the Doctor's early life. 3:37 "Ciao, dolcezza" | I mariti di River Song | Doctor Who - Duration: 4:13. In "The End of Time" (2009–2010) it is mentioned that after he smote a demon in the 13th century, the residents of a convent called the Doctor the "sainted physician". Due to time travel, it is possible for the Doctor's various incarnations to encounter and interact with each other, although supposedly prohibited by the First Law of Time (as stated in The Three Doctors) or permitted only in the "gravest of emergencies" (The Five Doctors). Lance Parkin's novels Cold Fusion (1997) and The Infinity Doctors (1998) suggest that "wombborn" families have survived in secret, and that the Doctor and the Master were born to these families. However, the Doctor's actions are largely tolerated as he saved Gallifrey and the universe several times. In "The Day of the Doctor", Hurt appears in a "multi-Doctor" special alongside Matt Smith and David Tennant as the Eleventh and Tenth Doctors, respectively. Though reluctant to engage in combat against living opponents, this is not for lack of skill; the Doctor is conversant with both real and fictitious styles of unarmed combat (most obviously the "Venusian Aki-Do" practised by the Third Doctor), has won several sword fights against skilled opponents, and is able to make extremely difficult shots with firearms and, in The Face of Evil, with a crossbow. The Eighth Doctor spent nearly a century on Earth during a story arc spread over several novels, and around 100 years asleep in The Sleep of Reason by Martin Day. For example, according to The Mind of Evil (1971), a tablet of aspirin could kill him. Physical contact between two versions of the same person in the programme can lead to an energy discharge that shorts out the "time differential". Always." After a curse renders Gallifrey sterile, the Other devises biotechnological looms to "weave" new Time Lords; his granddaughter Susan is Gallifrey's last natural child. Episodes written by Steven Moffat have continued to hint at the Doctor's romantic capacity: his stories during the Russell T Davies tenure as showrunner included the admission of a sex life in "The Doctor Dances" and the romance with Madame de Pompadour in "The Girl in the Fireplace", past marriages in "Blink", and the introduction of recurring character River Song in the 2008 episodes "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead", who indicates she is a lover of the Doctor. While doing a live commentary on the episode at the 2006 Bristol Comic Expo, episode author Paul Cornell said that this is supposed to be due to the Blinovitch Limitation Effect, even though it is not mentioned by name. All of the other regenerations have been caused by external factors, such as radiation poisoning, infection or fatal injuries. In the television episodes, he is credited as "The Doctor", but he is introduced as "The War Doctor" in "The Night of the Doctor". The Third Doctor later drove an outlandish vehicle called the "Whomobile" in publicity materials, but it is never referred to as such in the programme, being simply known as "the Doctor's car" or "my car", as the Doctor puts it. In "The Satan Pit" the Doctor, fearing for his life, tells someone "If you see Rose, tell her... tell her... oh, she knows." The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors are generally amicable towards each other, despite bickering,[67] although the War Doctor treats them both as behaving too childishly. However, these films are not considered part of the same narrative continuity as the television programme, as they were based upon two television serials featuring William Hartnell and made considerable alterations to the characters of the Doctor and his companions.[35]. The Doctor has withstood, with minimal damage, exposure to electricity deadly enough to kill a human (Terror of the Zygons, Genesis of the Daleks, "Aliens of London", "The Christmas Invasion", "The Idiot's Lantern", "Evolution of the Daleks" and spin-off audio Spare Parts). L'odio del Dottore per i Dalek lo portano a torturare e quasi ad uccidere il sopravvissuto. Ma il contatto con Rose ha trasmesso al Dalek anche un po' di umanità, quel tanto che basta perché alla fine decida di distruggersi. The Faction Paradox encyclopaedia The Book of the War states that all renegades from the Homeworld/Gallifrey abandon their names to symbolise how they leave their culture. The Wraiths then revealed to him the secret passage leading to another side of the city. The revived programme establishes that Time Lords invent their own names. [citation needed] He later stated that Rose was the Doctor's girlfriend, though it was never explicitly stated on screen. This marks the first time the Doctor has met a previous incarnation since the programme's revival. A number of other actors have played the character in stage and audio plays, as well as in various film and television productions. With various companions, the Doctor combats foes, works to save civilisations and hel… In "The Parting of the Ways" (2005), the Doctor's male companion Jack Harkness kisses both the Doctor and Rose in what he believes is a last goodbye. In "A Christmas Carol", the Eleventh Doctor finds himself accidentally engaged to film star Marilyn Monroe during a visit to 1950s Hollywood. On a few occasions, previous actors to have played Doctor have returned to the role, usually guest-starring with the incumbent: In addition to the above, Tom Baker, Davison, Colin Baker, McCoy, McGann, Tennant and Hurt have reprised the role on many occasions since 1999 in audio dramas from Big Finish Productions. Lungbarrow portrays the Doctor as being one of 45 cousins grown from his house's genetic loom as an adult. Si rigenera nella sua successiva incarnazione dopo aver assorbito direttamente l'energia del Vortice del Tempo che aveva brevemente convertito Rose nell'entità Lupo Cattivo, salvandole così la vita ma causando ingenti danni al suo corpo. Davies' last clear allusion to the Doctor's romantic capacity occurs at the beginning of his last episode as showrunner, "The End of Time". trasmetti in streaming la TV in diretta e guarda in ogni momento la lotta completa dei propri fan preferiti, ovunque con OWN All Access. Da qualche parte nello spazio, infine, un'antica battaglia raggiunge la sua devastante conclusione. In "The Doctor's Daughter", when discussing about the topic of parenthood, the Tenth Doctor confirmed that he had at one point been a father and that he lost his children 'a long time ago' saying ‘When they died that part of me died with them’; the nature of their deaths however has never been explained, as it is suggested that whatever happened to his family is very painful for The Doctor to talk about.