Q1: Should I watch Doctor Who?
I want to watch the show, and I watched an episode of the show but as you know, this is an old show, so it’s hard to find all episodes of the show! I’m interested in the show. Should I go on?
A1: If you are really interested in the show, I think you should have a try. Watch a few of the episodes starring Tom Baker. A lot of fans consider him to be the "best" Doctor. Also you can get the Doctor Who DVD complete seasons if you love the show!
Q2: What Doctor Who episode should I start with? What's a good episode to start watching Doctor Who with? Do I have to watch them in order to understand what's going on?
A2: Actually, each story of the show stands alone, so there is no need watching the show in order. But I have finished Doctor Who DVD because I am a big fan of the show. You could start with "An Unearthly Child," the first episode of the original series from 1963. Or "Rose", which is the first episode from when the series was revived in 2005.
Q3: Who is your favorite actor that played Doctor Who?
After watching Doctor Who DVD, I want to know who your favorite actor that played the Doctor in Doctor Who? And who was your favorite companion? My favorties are David Tennant, favorite doctor is the tenth and favorite companion Rose
A3: I have a lot of favorite actors in Doctor Who, Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Christopher Eccleston, and David Tennant. Coincidentally enough, Nine, and Ten are the doctors I love the most! Favorite companions? Probably Ace and Sarah Jane from classic Who and Rose, Donna and Jack from new Who.
Q4: Which Classic Doctor Who seasons would you reccomend?
I just want to watch the TV series Doctor Who but it’s too long for me to watch all the episodes, so I just want to know which season is the most excellent to watch.
A4: I love the show, I watched all the seasons on Doctor Who DVD, but if you don’t want to watch all the season of the show, please try "Genesis of the Daleks" story arc from 1974/75 season and the 1988 season with Sylvester McCoy.