Doctor Who

A time-traveling alien, with the power to assume a new body and personality with each incarnation, has adventures going back decades.  Yes, I went through The Simpsons and decided to give Doctor Who a try.  Let’s see how far I get in this show…

The First Doctor

William Hartnell was the First Doctor, when the show was largely meant to be educational or something along those lines.  He’s pompous and superior in a way that makes him the most interesting character on the show.

An Unearthly Child

  1. An Unearthly Child
  2. The Cave of Skulls
  3. Forrest of Fear
  4. The Firemaker

The Daleks

  1. The Dead Planet
  2. The Survivors
  3. The Escape
  4. The Ambush
  5. The Expedition
  6. The Rescue

The Edge of Destruction

  1. The Edge of Destruction
  2. The Brink of Disaster

The Keys of Marinus

  1. The Sea of Death
  2. The Velvet Web
  3. The Screaming Jungle
  4. The Snows of Terror
  5. Sentence of Death
  6. The Keys of Marinus

The Aztecs

  1. The Temple of Evil
  2. The Warriors of Death
  3. The Bride of Sacrifice
  4. The Day of Darkness

The Sensorites

  1. Strangers in Space
  2. The Unwilling Warriors
  3. Hidden Danger
  4. A Race Against Death
  5. Kidnap
  6. A Desperate Venture

Planet of Giants

  1. Planet of Giants
  2. Dangerous Journey
  3. Crisis

The Dalek Invasion of Earth

  1. World’s End
  2. The Daleks
  3. Day of Reckoning
  4. The End of Tomorrow
  5. The Waking Ally
  6. Flashpoint

The Rescue

  1. The Powerful Enemy
  2. Desperate Measures

The Romans

  1. The Slave Traders
  2. All Roads Lead to Rome
  3. Conspiracy
  4. Inferno

The Web Planet

  1. The Web Planet
  2. The Zarbi
  3. Escape to Danger
  4. Crater of Needles
  5. Invasion
  6. The Centre

The Space Museum

  1. The Space Museum
  2. The Dimensions of Time
  3. The Search
  4. The Final Phase

The Chase

  1. The Executioners
  2. The Death of Time
  3. Flight Through Eternity
  4. Journey into Terror
  5. The Death of Doctor Who 
  6. The Planet of Decision

The Time Meddler

  1. The Watcher
  2. The Meddling Monk
  3. A Battle of Wits
  4. Checkmate

The Ark

  1. The Steel Sky
  2. The Plague
  3. The Return 
  4. The Bomb

The Gunfighters

  1. A Holiday for the Doctor
  2. Don’t Shoot the Pianist
  3. Johnny Ringo
  4. The OK Corral

The War Machines

  1. Part One
  2. Part Two
  3. Part Three
  4. Part Four


The Second Doctor

Patrick Troughton took over the role of the Doctor in 1966, leading to a different version of the character than had been played by William Hartnell.  This Doctor was more childish comical, but much smarter than he let on when he needed to be.  Troughton arguably was the most important Doctor in the show’s history as his work made the concept of recasting the Doctor every so many years plausible.

The Power of the Daleks

  1. Part One
  2. Part Two
  3. Part Three
  4. Part Four
  5. Part Five
  6. Part Six

The Tomb of the Cybermen

  1. Part One
  2. Part Two
  3. Part Three
  4. Part Four

The Enemy of the World

  1. Part One
  2. Part Two
  3. Part Three