Colin Baker - Uppity, but I always enjoyed seeing how he'd have to both eat crow and save Life/the Universe/Everything.
John Pertwee - Hands-down the most ingenious of the (older) lot. Was MacGuyver's personal mentor. Could take 2nd Doctor's recorder, add 4th Doctor's sonic screwdriver and make either a) a better mousetrap, b) a wave-motion gun (BFG-3000 of the 1970's ) or c) a cure for cancer + world hunger. Plus, he could kick ass with Venusian karate w/o rumpling the velvet. IPPON
Peter Davidson - More like a very posh, twitterpated Scoutmaster. But he seemed the least snobbish (yes, really) of that era I think. I'd travel with him, Nyssa, Adric and Tegan Jovanka any millenium.
Agreed, regarding Pertwee. (Hm. MacGuyver might be a Time Lord, too - I'll have to look into that).
Ah, Nyssa and Tegan... and poor Adric.
Who are y'all's favorite companions? Hartnell:
Susan. He really makes a good grandfather.Troughton:
Hm... have to say Jo, here. And the Brigadier, if he counts.Baker #1:
Sarah-Jane! ...and Leela. And K-9.Davison:
...can I pick all of them?Baker #2:
Mel. She's like River Song, only fluffier.McCoy:
Ace. Taking into consideration the New Adventures books... I still have to say Ace.McGann:
The Eighth Doctor Adventures novels introduce an intellectual teenage blonde named Sam. She's my favorite for #8... although Fitz (from the same series) is a close second.Eccleston:
Don't have much of a choice. Erm... Jack. (Sorry, Rose.)Tennant:
Donna, unless Wilf counts.Smith:
The Ponds. It's nice to have some domestics in the TARDIS, little as the Doctor seems to agree.
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