Saturday, September 5, 2015

The Tenth Doctor Top Stories

Next in line for ranking are the stories of the Tenth Doctor.

10. School Reunion 


A nostalgia pick with one of (if not the) best companion from the classic years and the silliest (but lovably so) character of the whole series.

9. Tooth and Claw 

A fun atmospheric romp in history, reminiscent of the Fourth Doctor’s horror inspired run.

8. Smith and Jones 

The introduction of the second companion of the return years is done well with memorable monsters, aliens, and a fun plot.

7. The Shakespeare Code 

A bit on the silly side of things, but a fun historical trip with some interesting ideas about language.

6. The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit 

One of the creepier stories, and not due to the big-bad monster in the pit. Typical philosophy of religion stuff for scifi though.

5. Army of Ghosts and Doomsday 

The beloved send-off for Rose is good, but not the best ever. The taunting between the cybermen and daleks is the best bit.

4. The Girl in the Fireplace 

A wonderful one-off story from Moffatt.

3. Human Nature and The Family of Blood 

One of the more audacious concepts the series has come up with.

2. Silence in the Library and The Forest of the Dead 

Introduction of one of the better characters the series has created, and a truly top-notch story.

1. Blink 

Almost not a Doctor Who story, but a perfectly crafted plot that is truly one of the best stories ever transmitted on television.

1 comment:

  1. Just recently watched most of those episodes. The Family of Blood guy was really creepy, but the angels are worse!

    ReplyDelete

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