Doctor Who - one of the best programs on the air

United States
January 27, 2012 6:08pm CST
I have been watching Doctor Who since I was in junior high school. Back in those days it only appeared on the PBS channel in the United States and I was lucky to get to see it whenever I had the chance. I would turn on good old channel 9 in St Louis and there he was. he was the crazy mop-topped Doctor with the loud colored scarf. It was Tom Baker. That was the beginning of my addiction to this program. The show has been on the air since the 1960s and Matt Smith is now in the iconic role. Does anyone else like this show? It has had its ups and downs over the years, but I am a lifetime fan for sure.
3 responses
@Vladd67 (24)
2 Sep 12
I have watched Dr Who since the Jon Pertwee and UNIT years, the special f/x may have been a little ropey but some of the stories were great. Nowadays Dr Who seems to very very hectic with lots of running around and I miss the old format of stretching the story over six half hour episodes.
@nyssa102 (748)
• United States
11 Jul 12
I loved this show and saw my first episode in 1977, I would race home from work at the local Marshall Fields downtown and race home to catch it on our local PBS station. I have been a fan ever since. I've gone to the TARDIS conventions, I consider myself a Whovian. I am love this show. I think it is the best show on the planet. I will always love and adore the doctor. I hope the show keeps on going for ever and ever and ever, as long as human kind goes on :D
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
31 Mar 12
I love it! I've only watcthed it for a couple of years, and as we're lagging a bit behind here in Norway, that means I've seen most of the shows with David Tennant but they've only recently started sending with Matt Smith. I saw the 4. episode today. I've thought about either down-loading or buying all of the series at some point, but I think it'd better be during the summer holidays so I have time to see them. Possibly also with a new TV, my cousin always complains that the one I have is far too small :-)