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Old 07-27-2017, 12:55 PM
 
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I would probably put T.Baker at the top of my list.

Everyone will have their preferences, but the main question is: "What makes a good Doctor?".
I'd say Baker as well, if we're talking ALL Doctors.. I was restricting it to the recents, from 2005 on.

It's hard to quantify what makes a good doctor, and obviously that will change from person to person.

I always thought 11 was TOO silly.. 10 was next to perfect. 12 was perfect for the time (coming after 10 and 11) and.. Like I said.. Eccleston has been growing on me as I've rewatched some of his stuff.. I didn't think he did the dramatic scenes very well, and I still think that, but I do appreciate his portrayal more now.
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Old 07-27-2017, 01:01 PM
 
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Meh. haven't watched since Tom Baker.
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