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In a poll by Doctor Who Magazine which ranked all of the Doctor Who television The Eleventh Doctor, perusing a copy of Advanced Quantum Mechanics, . He also intends to meet his death after using the Moment, not wishing to live. As the Doctor is a time traveller he does indeed meet himself every so often " The Next Doctor" in which we were led to believe we'd met Doctor 11 Finally all 13 appear (some via TV trickery) in "The Time of the Doctor". The Doctor is the title character in the long-running BBC science fiction television programme The Time Lords have dedicated themselves to overseeing all of time and In "The Name of the Doctor", the Eleventh Doctor tells companion Clara At the academy he met his childhood friend The Master and the pair grew up.
I can't help you unless you do it, Come on, you can still save his memory. Don't let anything distract you! Rory's only alive in your memory. You must keep hold of him. Don't let anything distract you. Rory still lives in your mind. Vincent and the Doctor [5. Look at the sky. It's not dark and black and without character.
The black is in fact deep blue. And blowing through the blueness and the blackness, the winds swirling through the air.
And there shining, burning, bursting through, the stars! Can you see how they roar their light? Everywhere we look, complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes!
Please tell me you have a plan. No, I have a thing. It's like a plan, but with more greatness. Hold my hand, Doctor. Try to see what I see. We're so lucky we're still alive to see this beautiful world.
Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes. We met a few days ago; I asked you about The Church at Auvers.
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Ah, yes; glad to be of help. You were nice about my tie. And today is another cracker if I may say so. The most beloved; his command of colour; the most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray, but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of our world Perhaps no one ever will again.
Oh, Vincent, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, is it too much? No, they are tears of joy! Thank you sir, thank you! The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things.
And we definitely added to his pile of good things. Ah you want to see my credentials… [shows psychic paper] There, national insurance number I'm his special favourite.
Where did you learn to cook? Paris in the 18th century. No, hang on, that's not recent is it? Sorry, I'm not used to doing it in the right order.
Has anyone ever told you that you're a bit weird? They never really stop. It's taken me so many years, so many lifetimes, but at last I know where I'm going.
Where I've always been going. Home, the long way round. The War and Tenth Doctors realise they will not remember what happened; they will continue shouldering the guilt. The War Doctor begins to regenerate after leaving. Hinting that the plan worked, the gallery's curator reveals to the Eleventh Doctor that one of the three-dimensional paintings is called Gallifrey Falls No More.
The Eleventh Doctor decides to find Gallifrey. Continuity[ edit ] As the show's 50th anniversary special, the episode contains a multitude of references to previous episodes. It opens with the title sequence and theme arrangement used at the series' debut in Echoing the opening of " An Unearthly Child ", the first episode of the first Doctor Who seriala policeman is shown walking past the sign for I.
Foreman, the scrap merchant in whose yard the TARDIS was located, and its first few seconds are in monochrome as had been the case in The Two Doctorsthe last time more than one Doctor had featured in an official story. The events of " The Time of the Doctor " make it clear that his people, the Time Lords, know his true name, despite referring to him by his chosen alias as "the Doctor", even in formal settings such as court.
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For example, in The Gunfighters the Doctor assumes the name of Doctor Caligari  and subsequently responds to the question "Doctor who? Question marks adorning his costuming in the s seem to imply the "Who" moniker. 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.
The name "Doctor Who" is used in the title of the serial Doctor Who and the Siluriansbut this was a captioning error rather than an in-story mention. The only other time this occurs is in the title of episode five of The Chasewhich is titled "The Death of Doctor Who".
In " World Enough and Time "the Doctor's old friend and archenemy the Master Michelle Gomez insists that the Doctor's real name is in fact Doctor Who, though he tries to reassure his companion that she is joking.
But I think we might be able to hear it, at a certain frequency. This is repeated by companion Peri Brown in the radio serial Slipback. Similarly, the novel Lungbarrow reveals that the Doctor's name has been struck from the records of his family and therefore cannot be spoken. The character played by Peter Cushing in the films Dr.
Who and the Daleks and Daleks — Invasion Earth: 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.
Alias "The Doctor"[ edit ] Quite apart from his name, why the Doctor uses the title "The Doctor" has never been fully explained on screen. The Doctor, at first, said that he was not a physicianoften referring to himself as a scientist or an engineer. In The Moonbasethe Second Doctor mentions that he studied for a medical degree in Glasgow during the 19th century. The Fourth Doctor was awarded an honorary degree from St. Cedd's College, Cambridge in In " The Girl in the Fireplace "he draws an analogy between the title and Madame de Pompadour 's.
In The Mutants an official asks the Third Doctor if he is, in fact, a doctor, to which the Doctor replies "I am, yes"; when asked what he is qualified in, the Doctor replies, "Practically everything. The Fifth Doctor claims to be a doctor "of everything" in Four to Doomsdayand a message to the same effect is related from the Tenth Doctor in " Utopia " The definite article, you might say.
In " The Sound of Drums "the Tenth Doctor remarks to the Master that they both chose their names, with the Master calling him sanctimonious for identifying himself as "the man who makes people better. Never giving up and never giving in. Since contradicted by the television series, the Telos novella Frayed by Tara Sammsset prior to the programme's first episode inpresents the alternative explanation that the Doctor was given that name by medical staff on a foreign planet and liked it.
To make up for his lack of a practical name, the Doctor often relies upon convenient pseudonyms. W" in The Underwater Menace. The Master was utilising Latin translation in the same serial, posing as "Mr Magister". The Eighth Doctor 's companion Grace briefly refers to him by the alias "Dr. Bowman" in the Doctor Who television movie. The Doctor subsequently adopts this alias numerous times over the course of the programme, sometimes prefixing the title "Doctor" to it.
In the audio adventure, The Sirens of Timewhen the Fifth Doctor is asked his name, this conversation ensues: That's a profession, not a name. This is first mentioned in the novelisation of Remembrance of the Daleks by Ben Aaronovitch and subsequently taken up in the spin-off media, particularly the Virgin New Adventures books and the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip.
The Doctor's calling card from Remembrance of the Daleks The programme has occasionally toyed with the Doctor's identity or lack thereof.
Later, in The Happiness Patrolthis 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.
In Remembrance of the Daleks, the Seventh Doctor produces a calling card with a series of pseudo- Greek letters inscribed on it as well as a stylised question mark.