~:shopgirl:~ wrote:I've only seen clips of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd! However they're definitely on my list of things to watch. All 3 of them have stories I would like to check out. It's just a matter of setting the time aside. I started with Baker because I had always heard so much about him and when I saw clips of Genesis and Deadly Assassin I was hooked. Those were the first two Baker stories I watched. I'm by no means done, though!! Van and I are watching Destiny of the Daleks right now. Just finished part 2!
Obi-Jiff Kenobi wrote:Second Doctor: No contest for me, it's Tomb of the Cybermen all the way. This was one of the missing stories for a while, and as a young fan I could only dream of being able to watch it. Now it's out on DVD, I don't have to dream. It was one of the first Classics I bought, too. Excellent story, well told, and with some 'interesting' acting - especially Kaftan!
Obi-Jiff Kenobi wrote:Third Doctor: Bit trickier, but I'd probably pick The Three Doctors, as it's a cracking yarn, and has the last screen appearance of William Hartnell, who is as curmudgeonly as ever. It's also got the Brigadier, Bessie, a guest appearance by the Second Doctor's recorder, some nice quarry filming (a prerequisite for Classic Who!), and introduces Omega, as well as a lot of Time Lord back story which would later become very important. More than that, though, it has a great sense of fun!
van Statten wrote:Since she's a huge Star Trek fan I have her sold on the Mirror Universe episode!
Obi-Jiff Kenobi wrote:van Statten wrote:Since she's a huge Star Trek fan I have her sold on the Mirror Universe episode!
Ah, Inferno. I watched that not long before Christmas, and enjoyed it. Funnily enough, though I'm a Trekkie, I didn't make the connection between Who and Trek in that context.
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