Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…

Doctor Who If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs
Doctor Who If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs

We have already seen what the Doctors would have looked like if they were cats in my post “Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were cats” but now it is time to do the same for dogs. Because if ever there was an animal that can be nerdy it has to be our loyal pooches. So grab a sonic screwdriver and join me as I find out…

 


Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…


 

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Tom Baker – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

10 – Tom Baker

WIKI: The Fourth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by Tom Baker for seven consecutive seasons and remains the longest-lived incarnation of the Doctor in the show’s on-screen history, counting both the classic and modern series. Further to this, he is considered to be the most recognisable and iconic incarnation of the Doctor both in the United Kingdom and internationally.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Peter Davison – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

9 – Peter Davison

WIKI: The Fifth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He is portrayed by Peter Davison. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time and space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his physical appearance and personality change. Davison portrays the fifth such incarnation, a staunch pacifist with a vulnerable side and a tendency towards indecisiveness, dressed as a boyish Edwardian cricketer. He travelled with a host of companions, including boy genius Adric (Matthew Waterhouse), alien aristocrat Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) and Australian flight attendant Tegan Jovanka (Janet Fielding), whom he had travelled alongside in his previous incarnation.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Colin Baker – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

8 – Colin Baker

WIKI: The Sixth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by Colin Baker. Although his televisual time on the series was comparatively brief and turbulent, Baker has continued as the Sixth Doctor in Big Finish’s range of original Doctor Who audio adventures. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time and space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his physical appearance and personality change. Baker portrays the sixth such incarnation, a flamboyant man in brightly coloured, mismatched clothes whose brash and overbearing personality set him apart from all his previous incarnations.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Sylvester McCoy – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

7 – Sylvester McCoy

WIKI: The Seventh Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He is portrayed by Scottish actor Sylvester McCoy. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time and space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his physical appearance and personality change. McCoy portrays the seventh such incarnation, a whimsical, thoughtful character who quickly becomes more layered, secretive, and manipulative. His first companion was Melanie Bush (Bonnie Langford), a computer programmer who travelled with his previous incarnation, and who is soon succeeded by troubled teenager and explosives expert Ace (Sophie Aldred), who becomes his protégée.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Paul McGann – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

6 – Paul McGann

WIKI: The Eighth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He is portrayed by Paul McGann. The character was introduced in the 1996 TV film Doctor Who, a back-door pilot produced in an unsuccessful attempt to relaunch the series following its 1989 cancellation. While the Eighth Doctor initially had only one on-screen appearance, his adventures were portrayed extensively in subsequent spin-off media, including more than 70 audio dramas starring McGann. In 2013, the actor reprised the role in the mini-episode “The Night of the Doctor”, which depicts the Eighth Doctor’s final adventure.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
John Hurt – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

5 – John Hurt

WIKI: The War Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is portrayed by English actor John Hurt. Although he precedes Christopher Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor in the show’s fictional chronology, his first onscreen appearance came eight years after Eccleston’s; the War Doctor was retroactively created by showrunner Steven Moffat for productions celebrating the show’s 50th anniversary, owing to Moffat’s desire to tell the story of the last day of the Last Great Time War in the special after Eccleston declined to appear.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Christopher Eccleston – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

4 – Christopher Eccleston

WIKI: The Ninth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is portrayed by Christopher Eccleston during the first series of the show’s revival in 2005. Within the programme’s narrative, the Doctor is a time travelling, humanoid alien from a race known as the Time Lords. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body but in doing so gains a new physical appearance and with it, a distinct new personality.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
David Tennant – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

3 – David Tennant

WIKI: The Tenth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is played by Scottish actor David Tennant in three series as well as nine specials. As with previous incarnations of the Doctor, the character has also appeared in other Doctor Who spin-offs. In the programme’s narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured beyond medical repair, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his physical appearance and personality change, and a new actor assumes the role. This incarnation’s companions include working class shop assistant Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), medical student Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), and fiery temp worker Donna Noble (Catherine Tate). He eventually parts ways with them all by the end of the 2008 series finale, “Journey’s End”, after which he attempts to travel alone for the duration of the 2008–10 specials before being accompanied by Donna Noble’s Grandfather, Wilfred Mott on his final adventure in “The End of Time”.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Matt Smith – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

2 – Matt Smith

WIKI: Hugely energetic, occasionally flirtatious, and by his own admission, “a mad man”, the Eleventh Doctor combined youthful looks with an old soul. Crashing into the lives of Amy Pond, and her boyfriend (later, husband) Rory, he solved the mystery of the time-erasing cracks in the universe, escaped his own death, restarted reality and even found time to marry River Song. A broken man after Amy and Rory were sent back in time by a Weeping Angel, and a Victorian-era Clara fell to her death, he decided to disappear. But it wasn’t long before the lure of “the woman twice dead” brought the Doctor out of retirement. Finding his own tomb on the embattled Trenzalore and meeting a shameful, hidden past incarnation, started him on a path of redemption, teaming up with the Tenth Doctor to save Gallifrey rather than burn it. After sacrificing his life to defend Trenzalore, and granted a whole new cycle of incarnations by the Time Lords, the Doctor regenerated once more

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Peter Capaldi – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

1 – Peter Capaldi

WIKI: The Twelfth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme, Doctor Who. He is portrayed by Scottish actor Peter Capaldi. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a time travelling, humanoid alien from a race known as the Time Lords. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body, and in doing so gain a new physical appearance, and with it a distinct new personality; this plot mechanism has allowed the Doctor to be portrayed by a series of actors over the decades since the programme’s inception in 1963.


 

I know it is called “The top 10 of Everything and Anything” but I had to do the others as well. So here is a few bonus Doctor Dogs..

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Jon Pertwee – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

11 – Jon Pertwee

WIKI: The Third Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by actor Jon Pertwee. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time and space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured, his body can regenerate; as a result, his physical appearance and personality change. Pertwee portrays the third such incarnation, a dapper man of action of stark contrast to his wily but less action-oriented predecessors. While previous Doctors’ stories had all involved time and space travel, for production reasons Pertwee’s stories initially depicted the Doctor stranded on Earth, where he worked as a scientific advisor to the international military group UNIT.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
Patrick Troughton – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

12 – Patrick Troughton

WIKI: The Second Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by character actor Patrick Troughton. Within the series’ narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time Lord alien from the planet Gallifrey who travels in time and space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his physical appearance and personality change. The transformation into the Second Doctor (originally referred to as a “renewal”), a figure who was the same ‘essential’ character as the first but with a very different persona, was a turning point in the evolution of the series, and eventually became a critical element of the series’ longevity.

Doctor Who: If the Last 10 Doctors Were Dogs…
William Hartnell – Doctor Who and Dog Doctor

13 – Patrick Troughton

WIKI: The First Doctor is the initial incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by the actor William Hartnell from 1963 to 1966. Hartnell reprised the role once, in the tenth anniversary story The Three Doctors (1973), although due to his ailing health the story was written so he would not have to appear very extensively. After Hartnell’s death in 1975, actor Richard Hurndall stood in for him in the 20th anniversary story The Five Doctors (1983). Archival footage of Hartnell was used in the semi-centennial special “The Day of the Doctor”, voiced-over in the latter by John Guilor.[1] A young version of the character appears in “Listen” (2014), portrayed by an uncredited child actor.

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