- Jul 25, 2010
Because he's not David Tennant.
No tanning bed can stand up to the greyness of an English summer!!ScumbagEddie said:David Tennant was more energetic, I suppose. I haven't seen enough of Smith to care one way or the other. Although, he is pale enough to glow. Isn't it international law that all actors own tanning beds?
On the note of comapions, Rose isn't the best out there. The Doctor and Donna (Kathern Tate) felt two best friend enjoying themselves, Unlike Martha and Rose who were more like who he carry around like two love lost puppies. Amy is very much like Rose (Even has a Rorry for her Micky and a Riversong for a Captain Jack), But in my opinion she's better then rose, beacuse she feels like more complex charactor than rose didl33tness08 said:Simply put he's not David Tennant and his companion isn't Billie Piper. Not a good reason, but there it is.
Technically Tennant had 4 series. (seasons 2-4 and the specials which are basically a half/short season - 4 "double episodes" as it were)drummodino said:Tennant had three, Smith is on his second. Oh the ironycreationis apostate said:it isn't every season. Matt smith is on his third and david tennant was on for about 4 or 5. Get your facts straight before assuming mate.The Human Torch said:I don't get why one show needs to change it's main actor every season. It feels like a very hard series to get into.
While I agree with every point, I like Amy mainly because through her we got Rory who is, by far, the best companion since the revival.Jaime_Wolf said:Edit: I also love Amy. It's nice to have a companion who is very clearly not romantically involved with the Doctor, yet still displays some (very reasonable) yearnings early on. Her character has developed a lot more than most companions in my mind. Also, it's nice to see a particularly strong companion that isn't just a woman needing to be rescued by the Doctor in every episode. She seems a lot more like how I imagine a real companion to the Doctor would act.
Averant said:Funny this, I was just looking up the dr who seasons to find out where I should start.
Where SHOULD I start, actually? Also, any place I can watch this online, because damned if I'm buying all 10 seasons, or however many there actually are.