The Day of The Doctor, and the shorts The Night of The Doctor, and The Last Day wind so many loose ends into wibbly wobbly timey wimey balls it turns into a cup-o-soup (just add time).
The Doctor’s final confrontation with his persistent enemy leaves him with choices he would rather not make, so he doesn’t.
Behold, the BBC has shared some new images from the upcoming Doctor Who: Day of The Doctor. I decided to share them all with you here.
By now you have probably already seen this, but it bears repeated viewing. The Night of the Doctor: A Mini Episode – Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor Prequel from the BBC.
Ten didn’t want to go, but Eleven said Geronimo. Before Silence could fall, and the end of us all. To save his life, the Doctor found a wife.
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The Ninth fell to save a Rose, and the Tenth paraded out of the TARDIS with a great goofy grin and sticky up hair to become what is arguably the most popular Doctor of all time.
The Time War, the last war of the Time Lords raged out of sight. In the end, the Eighth had fallen and The Oncoming Storm was born.
Out of the freezer and into the eye of harmony, Paul McGann briefly wore the title Doctor for less than 90 minutes.
Colin Baker departed the series in a huff, and Sylvester McCoy picked up his umbrella to show us what The Doctor could really become.
Colin Baker stepped off the pleasant ride that Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor established, and into a tumultuous downward spiral that marked the beginning of the end of The Doctor.
The popular Fourth fell, and the Fifth rose, Peter Davison took the reigns and wrestles the Doctor into submission.
The fourth incarnation of the Doctor was the legendary Tom Baker, all teeth and curls and an impractically long scarf. He would become the most popular and recognizable Doctor for decades.
Sentenced to exile on earth, and forced by the High Council of Time Lords to regenerate from Troughton’s cosmic clown, to Jon Pertwee’s intergalactic Doctor of mystery. Overflowing with charisma, he was a man of action, a scientist, broker of peace, and ruthless adversary.
The departure of William Hartnell left a large doctor sized hole in the universe, it could only be filled by veteran character actor Patrick Troughton. Who, in one fell swoop re-invented the character, and cemented The Doctor and the series into the public consciousness.