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Subj: Re: David and Catherine for the Anniversary.
Posted: Tue May 17, 2022 at 09:21:20 pm GMT (Viewed 33 times)
Reply Subj: Re: David and Catherine for the Anniversary.
Posted: Tue May 17, 2022 at 08:28:51 pm GMT (Viewed 32 times)



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    True, although he did bring in alot of new fans with his style of show. I know it is what brought me in. He was also good at honoring the past which is more than can be said for more recent series.


Oh no, it's not the style. The show had always adapted itself to fit in with the general 'feel' of the era it was filmed and transmitted in.

RTD changed the narrative. He changed the characters.

The Doctor played by Chris Eccleston isn't the same as the eight who came before him. The TARDIS is different. The Master is different (Completely different by the time Moffat gets his hands on him. Missy doesn't even bear the slightest resemblance to the character). Davros is different. Sarah-Jane was different. Regeneration is different. Similar, but different.

He only honoured as much of the past as suited him. The rest he threw out or changed to fit his version of the show.

Doctor Who didn't 'come back' in 2005. It was rebooted.


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