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Anonymous asked:

The Tenth Doctor was indisputably the best? Oh, hello, New Who troll. Doctor Who obviously never existed from 1963 to 1989. DW fandom has always had a glorious tradition of shrieking "It:'s no good anymore! [fill in the blank] killed it!" Congratulations for living down to expectations!

In case you didn’t notice, I used the word “almost” when I said indisputably the best. And from the forums I have read and people that I have talked to, the majority would agree with me. I was merely stating my opinion, and your outburst proves that you cannot handle opinions from unimportant people on the internet. You can log off now.

I hate to admit it, but…

Doctor Who has hit bedrock. I just finished watching the series 8 premier (6 days late mind you) with Peter Capaldi playing the new doctor, and it just doesn’t work anymore. To me, Doctor Who thrived on the epic stories, adventures, relationships, and twists. Especially the twists. But now that we’re up to the eighth series, we’ve been through so many stories, doctors, and companions that it’s all been done. Everything’s been used up. The energy and excitement are gone. The wow factor is gone. Rose’s story was classic. The tenth doctor was almost indisputably the best. Donna’s story arc was excellent, and River Song’s romance with the eleventh doctor was filled with surprises. Capaldi just seems tired, and he’s trying too hard to play the character. Clara’s story was certainly different, but I have no attachment to her whatsoever and won’t miss her in the slightest when she’s gone. and Madame Vastra, Jenny Flint, and Strax just seem like such unnecessary characters that don’t add anything to the story. It’s no one’s fault, every series goes downhill at some point. They’re running out of good ideas and I’m surprised they kept it good for so long in the first place. I’m sorry to say that if things don’t change soon, which I’m not expecting, I’ll have lost interest entirely.

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