Would just like to point out that a Time Lord can only regenerate 12 times without special circumstances, I wouldn't hold out for a 15th Doctor if I were you...
(Original post by Ra Ra Ra)
BY THE ACTRESS WHO PLAYED HIS DAUGHTER
It's actually a pretty awesome link. The 5th Doctor's daughter, marrying the 10th. You never know, their daughter may marry the 15th
(though at the rate they're regenerating, she'll probably be about 13 by the time they get to Doctor Number 15
I'm not a straight guy, but I can definitely tell you that straight men can have man-crushes.
(Original post by JamalAhmed)
Yeah right! Which guys say "wow he looks amazing"? Unless you are gay, that is weird. Or Daily Mail taught you something which turned you against your own sexuality!
Last edited by Hype en Ecosse; 03-08-2012 at 00:41.
I've never heard that, but then again, I never watched the Sarah-Jane spin-off. The 12 regenerations thing is definitely canon though.
(Original post by Cephalus)
I thought in the SJS adventures he said he could regenerate 507 times?
Found this on Wikipedia:
'the Eleventh Doctor responds to a question from Clyde Langer by saying he can regenerate "507" times. Early news reports, before the episode was broadcast, suggested he would say there is no limit to the number of regenerations. Writer Russell T Davies explained in an interview with SFX that the line was not intended to be taken seriously and is instead a commentary. He insisted that the "thirteen lives" rule was too deeply entrenched in the viewer consciousness for his throwaway line to affect it'
ITT: People who need to watch more Classic Who!
And I like your name
Last edited by Hype en Ecosse; 03-08-2012 at 00:48.
Tbh, they'll probably find a way around the regenerations bit. It's one of the BBC's biggest programmes, and unless there's a big **** up a la the 1980s, I honestly don't see why they'd get stop broadcasting it because of something only mentioned once or twice (canon or not).
Last edited by Ra Ra Ra; 03-08-2012 at 00:59.