I need some ‘Doctor Who’ help!

So I am preparing to start Doctor Who on Monday, but I can’t really look up what I need to on the Internet because it’s littered with spoilers. THANKS, INTERNET.

Here’s something I need to plan a schedule out. Can you guys help assemble an episode guide for me? Like, separate episodes by which Doctor they belong to, episode number/title, and, most importantly, include where the specials go? I have no idea where they are in chronological order and I don’t want to plan out my tentative schedule and leave them out.

You are actually welcome to start at the beginning and assemble whatever is available. (I know there are missing episodes.) It’s really important that I at least have the 2005 revival up-to-date first, though.

I’ll also have the “older” Doctor Who post up very, very soon, before next week. As a few of you rather brilliantly pointed out, the comments have upvoting and downvoting all ready, so we will be using the comments we have now. I can story them by Rating, which will help me each week to determine which episode/arcs I am going to watch.

The idea is that I am going to have you “pitch” which older episode/story arc I should watch and the community will vote up or down to agree and disagree. At the end of the week, I’ll pick the highest voted comment and do that episode/story arc. The cool part is that the next week, anything could take the #1 spot, so voting can always remain continuous for new members. I’m actually going to see if I can reset voting so you guys can vote again each week. If not, I’ll just make a new post for each round so the whole community can vote each and every time.

Sound fun? THAT’S BECAUSE IT WILL BE. Thanks!

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243 Responses to I need some ‘Doctor Who’ help!

  1. Stephanie says:

    If you scroll past the paragraph of text, this is very accurate, and doesn't have any spoilers that I can see. The 2005 series starts with the 9th Doctor.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Doctor_Who_s

    I know, you shouldn't trust wikipedia, but I looked it over, and it looks pretty good to me.

    • totiebinds says:

      It's at least correct with the 2005 series, which is mostly what Mark's going to watch anyway. I've been using it to watch the specials between season 4 and season 5 and it's been perfectly accurate so far. πŸ™‚ I don't think anyone needs to be wary of wikipedia when it comes to modern television shows, to be fair.

    • justapalindrome says:

      I agree with this! I just finished catching up with the series and this Wikipedia episode guide was a lifesaver (and my sanity-save) for me. Spoiler are easily avoidable and it's a great guide. Also, the Children in Need specials can be found on youtube, some of them are sort of cannon and other are not, but they are all fun πŸ™‚

  2. Casye says:

    This is series one (aka, season one of New Who, starting with the Ninth Doctor)

    1.1 "Rose"
    1.2 "The End of the World"
    1.3 "The Unquiet Dead"
    1.4"Aliens of London"
    1.5 "World War Three"
    1.6 "Dalek"1.6
    1.7 "The Long Game"
    1.8"Father's Day"
    1.9"The Empty Child" (part one)
    1.10 "The Doctor Dances" (part two)
    1.11 "Boom Town"
    1.12 "Bad Wolf" (part one)
    1.13 "The Parting of the Ways"(part two)

    • Casye says:

      First set of Christmas Specials, featuring the Tenth Doctor. Series two picks up right with "The Christmas Invasion"
      Children in Need short: "Doctor Who: Children in Need"
      2.X "The Christmas Invasion"
      2.1 "New Earth"
      2.2 "Tooth and Claw"
      2.3"School Reunion"
      2.4"The Girl in the Fireplace"
      2.5"Rise of the Cybermen" (part one)
      2.6 "The Age of Steel" (part two)
      2.7"The Idiot's Lantern"
      2.8"The Impossible Planet" (part one)
      2.9 "The Satan Pit" (part two)
      2.10 "Love & Monsters"
      2.11 "Fear Her"
      2.12 "Army of Ghosts" (part one)
      2.13 "Doomsday" (part two)

    • Liza says:

      By far the best…I'm up to season 3, and I enjoyed season 1 the best. Still loving seasons 2 and 3, but 1 was my fav (so far)

  3. totiebinds says:

    I don't know if wikipedia is what you had in mind, but is this what you need?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Doctor_Who_s

    Scroll down from the summary and everything is put into chronological order and separated into the different doctors. It also lists which seasons the specials technically fall under, which is particularly helpful if you're watching the show with the use of Netflix. I hope this helps!

  4. F.A.R. says:

    Here's the watch list a friend sent me:

    1. DW Series 1, Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske
    2. DW Series 2
    3. Torchwood Series 1: Episodes 1 to 11
    4. DW: The Runaway Bride
    5. Torchwood Series 1: Episodes 12 and 13 (but really, sod Torchwood)
    6. Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane
    7. DW Series 3: Episodes 1 to 10
    8. DW: Infinite Quest (it just fits here, since it makes no sense to watch it post-Series 3)
    9. DW Series 3: Episodes 11 to 13
    10. Sarah Jane Adventures – Series 1
    11. DW: Children in Need 2007 “Time Crash”
    12. DW: Voyage of the Damned – Christmas 2007
    13. Torchwood – Series 2 (Ok, maybe Torchwood's worth seeing for Jack/Ianto)
    14. DW Series 4
    15. Specials: Music of the Spheres, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Waters of Mars, End of Time parts 1 & 2
    16. DW Series 5!

    …But I think I'm missing some things here.

    • NB2000 says:

      Torchwood: Children of Earth would probably go inbetween Planet of the Dead and Waters of Mars, at least I think that was when it aired.

      I'm assuming that's available in the US though. I really don't know, I've only seen Children of Earth and the second series premiere of it.

    • Megan says:

      Finally watched that Music of the Spheres bit. Very cute, and I had no idea it existed until today.

    • Diane says:

      A slightly more complete version, in airing order:

      1. Doctor Who Series 1
      2. DW: Children in Need Special
      3. DW: The Christmas Invasion
      4. DW: Attack of the Graske
      5. DW Series 2
      6. Torchwood Series 1, episodes 1-11
      7. DW: The Runaway Bride
      8. TW Series 1, episodes 12-13
      9. Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane
      10. DW Series 3, with Infinite Quest stuck somewhere in there
      11. SJA: Series 1, episodes 1-9
      12. DW: Time Crash
      13. SJA: Series 1, episode 10
      14. DW: Voyage of the Damned
      15. TW: Series 2
      16. DW: Series 4
      17. SJA: Series 2
      18. DW: The Next Doctor
      19. SJA: From Raxacoricofallapatorius with Love
      20. DW: Music of the Spheres
      21. DW: Planet of the Dead
      22. TW: Children of Earth
      23. SJA: Series 3, episodes 1-10
      24. DW: The Waters of Mars
      25. SJA Series 3: Episodes 11-12
      26. DW: The End of Time
      27. SJA Series 4
      28. DW Series 5

      I'm also less than enamored of Torchwood, but something about the Whoniverse turns me into a crazy completist. The Sarah Jane Adventures will always be the real spinoff of delight for me. πŸ™‚

    • Miranda says:

      I think that Torchwood: Children of Earth should come before the last two episodes of Season 4. It doesn't have to, but it makes sense that way.

      Also, Torchwood is well worth watching, and not just for Jack/Ianto! Although the first two seasons are somewhat uneven, it's a fun show with great characters, and a really progressive way of dealing with characters' sexuality. And Children of Earth is amazing television. I sobbed at one point, and I never cry at television (except for Lost, but that's Lost).

  5. Aimee says:

    everyone else has pretty much got it. πŸ˜›

  6. echinodermata says:

    http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Doctor_Who_t

    Here's a list of the episodes, without spoilers. They unfortunately don't include numbers, though. It also includes the specials. It's important to note the only specials most people consider part of the show are the Christmas specials (as in, the other specials tend not to be actual episodes, and are usually only a few minutes long).

  7. Karen says:

    So I have a list of all the Old Who serials. It's sorted by Doctor and series. IT also lists the companions in each episode, but idk if you consider that a spoiler or not. Let me know if you want me to post that for you (and whether you want the companions included or not. I can go through and delete them if you don't.)

  8. Jaxx says:

    Ninth Doctor – Christopher Eccleston

    Series 1 – 2005

    * Rose
    * The End of the World
    * The Unquiet Dead
    * Aliens of London
    * World War Three
    * Dalek
    * The Long Game
    * Father's Day
    * The Empty Child
    * The Doctor Dances
    * Boom Town
    * Bad Wolf
    * The Parting of the Ways

    Tenth Doctor – David Tennant

    Children in Need Special – 2005

    * Children in Need Special

    Christmas Special – 2005

    * The Christmas Invasion

    Series 2 – 2006

    * New Earth
    * Tooth and Claw
    * School Reunion
    * The Girl in the Fireplace
    * Rise of the Cybermen
    * The Age of Steel
    * The Idiot's Lantern
    * The Impossible Planet
    * The Satan Pit
    * Love & Monsters
    * Fear Her
    * Army of Ghosts
    * Doomsday

    Christmas Special – 2006

    * The Runaway Bride

    Series 3 – 2007

    * Smith and Jones
    * The Shakespeare Code
    * Gridlock
    * Daleks in Manhattan
    *Evolution of the Daleks
    * The Lazarus Experiment
    * 42
    * Human Nature
    *The Family of Blood
    * Blink
    * Utopia
    *The Sound of Drums
    *Last of the Time Lords

    Children in Need Special – 2007

    * Time Crash

    Christmas Special – 2007

    * Voyage of the Damned

    Series 4 2008

    * Partners in Crime
    * The Fires of Pompeii
    * Planet of the Ood
    * The Sontaran Stratagem
    * The Poison Sky
    * The Doctor's Daughter
    * The Unicorn and the Wasp
    * Silence in the Library
    * Forest of the Dead
    * Midnight
    * Turn Left
    * The Stolen Earth
    * Journey's End

    Christmas Special 2008

    * The Next Doctor

    2009 specials

    * Planet of the Dead
    * The Waters of Mars
    * The End of Time

    Eleventh Doctor – Matt Smith
    Series 5 – 2010

    * The Eleventh Hour
    * The Beast Below
    * Victory of the Daleks
    * The Time of Angels
    * Flesh and Stone
    * The Vampires of Venice
    * Amy's Choice
    * The Hungry Earth
    * Cold Blood
    * Vincent and the Doctor
    * The Lodger
    * The Pandorica Opens
    * The Big Bang

    I honestly don't know the episode numbers, I do apologize, but nonetheless. Technically me even giving you some of these would be considered to be spoilers in some ways. This is all in chronological order.

  9. Remus5 says:

    2005 Dr Who/Torchwood/Sarah Jane chronology

    ***Dr Who series 1 : (9th DOCTOR)
    1×01 — 1×13 :: 26 March 2005 – 18 june 2005.

    ***Dr Who 2005 specials : (10th DOCTOR)
    "Doctor Who: Children in Need" – 18 november 2005
    "The Christmas Invasion" – 25 december 2005

    ***Dr Who series 2 : (10th DOCTOR)
    2×01 —- 2×13 :: 15 april 2006 – 8 july 2006

    ***Torchwood series 1 :
    1×01 —– 1×11 :: 22 october 2006 – 24 december 2006

    ***Dr Who 2006 special :
    Christmas special – 25 december 2006

    ***Torchwood series 1 :
    2 hour finale (1×12 + 1×13) – 01 january 2007

    ***The Sarah Jane Adventures series 1 :
    Pilot – 1 january 2007

    ***Dr Who series 3 :
    3×01 – 3×13 :: 31 march 2007 – 30 june 2007

    ***The Sarah Jane Adventures series 1 :
    1×01 – 1×10 :: 24 september 2007 – 24 november 2007

    ***Dr Who special :
    Christmas special – 25 december 2007

    ***Torchwood series 2 :
    2×01 – 2×13 :: 16 january 2008 – 04 april 2008

    ***Dr Who series 4 :
    4×01 —- 4×13 :: 5 april 2008 – 5 july 2008

    ***The Sarah Jane Adventures series 2 :
    2×01 —– 2×12 :: 29 september 2008 – 08 december 2008

    ***Dr Who special :
    The Next Doctor – 25 december 2008

    ***Dr Who special :
    Planet of the Dead – 11 april 2009

    ***Torchwood series 3 :
    Children of Earth, 5 parts :: 6 july 2009 – 10 july 2009.

    ***The Sarah Jane Adventures series 3 :
    3×01 —- 3×12 :: 15 september 2009 – 20 november 2009

    *** Dr Who special :
    The Waters of Mars :: 15 november 2009

    ***Dr Who special :
    The End of Time, 2 parts :: 25 december 2009 – 01 january 2010

    ***Dr Who series 5 : (11th DOCTOR)
    5×01 —- 5×13 :: 03 april 2010 – 26 june 2010

    ***The Sarah Jane Adventures series 4 :
    4×01 —- 4×12 :: 11 october 2010 – 15 november 2010

    ***Dr Who special :
    A Christmas Carol :: 25 december 2010

    ***Dr Who series 6 :
    In 2011

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  11. bibliotrek says:

    For classic!Who, CITY OF DEATH CITY OF DEATH CITY OF DEATH

    It was written by Douglas Adams! And it is awesome.

    • Karen says:

      City of Death is a good one. But personally I'm a fan of anything from the Key to Time series. OR just about any serial featuring Seven and Ace. <3

    • bookling says:

      I didn't know Douglas Adams wrote a DW episode! I've only seen new Who so far, I'm going to have to start watching some old Who.

      • Karen says:

        He also wrote one for the Key to Time arc, The Pirate Planet. I watched a lot of Old Who a few years back when Netflix had just started its online streaming and had lots of episodes of Classic Who available and I was procrastinating on finals. Ah… memories…

      • niamheryoumind says:

        He wrote Sharda as well, which was dumped halfway through but was resurrected as an Eight and Romana II animated episode. It's up for free on the BBC website.

  12. kaybee42 says:

    what exactly DO you know about Doctor Who Mark? It's realllllly difficult because I have no idea how many of the real basics you know…. Will you tell us? πŸ™‚

  13. Openattheclose says:

    Mark, I would highly recommend the Sarah Jane Adventures. If it seems too much to watch all the spinoffs, then just the episodes of SJA that feature Doctor Who characters. They are great.

  14. Mill says:

    New Series 1 – Season 27 (13 episodes, 26 March 2005 to 18 June 2005)
    1. Rose
    2. The End of the World
    3. The Unquiet Dead
    4. Aliens of London
    5. World War Three
    6. Dalek
    7. The Long Game
    8. Father's Day
    9. The Empty Child
    10. The Doctor Dances
    11. Boom Town
    12. Bad Wolf
    13. The Parting of the Ways

    2005 Children In Need Special (18 November 2005)
    Doctor Who: Children in Need (a.k.a. Pudsey Cutaway)

    2005 Christmas Special (25 December 2005)
    The Christmas Invasion

    New Series 2 – Season 28 (13 episodes, 15 April 2006 to 8 July 2006)
    1. New Earth
    2. Tooth and Claw
    3. School Reunion
    4. The Girl in the Fireplace
    5. Rise of the Cybermen
    6. The Age of Steel
    7. The Idiot's Lantern
    8. The Impossible Planet
    9. The Satan Pit
    10. Love & Monsters
    11. Fear Her
    12. Army of Ghosts
    13. Doomsday

    2006 Christmas Special (December 25 2006)
    The Runaway Bride

    New Series 3 – Season 29 (13 episodes, 31 March 2007 to 30 June 2007)
    1. Smith and Jones
    2. The Shakespeare Code
    3. Gridlock
    4. Daleks in Manhattan
    5. Evolution of the Daleks
    6. The Lazarus Experiment
    7. 42
    8. Human Nature
    9. The Family of Blood
    10. Blink
    11. Utopia
    12. The Sound of Drums
    13. Last of the Time Lords

    2007 Totally Doctor Who Animated Serial (13 mini-episodes, 2 April 2007 to 30 June 2007)
    The Infinite Quest

    2007 Children In Need Special (16 November 2007)
    Time Crash

    2007 Christmas Special (25 December 2007)
    Voyage of the Damned

    New Series 4 – Season 30 (13 episodes, 5 April 2008 to 5 July 2008)
    1. Partners in Crime
    2. The Fires of Pompeii
    3. Planet of the Ood
    4. The Sontaran Stratagem
    5. The Poison Sky
    6. The Doctor's Daughter
    7. The Unicorn and the Wasp
    8. Silence in the Library
    9. Forest of the Dead
    10. Midnight
    11. Turn Left
    12. The Stolen Earth
    13. Journey's End

    2008 Christmas Special (December 25 2008)
    The Next Doctor

    2009 Easter Special (11 April 2009)
    Planet of the Dead

    2009 Autumn Special (15 November 2009)
    The Waters of Mars

    2009 Animated Serial (6 parts, 21 November 2009 to 26 November 2009)
    Dreamland

    2009 Christmas Special (25 December 2009) / 2010 New Year's Special (1 January 2010)
    The End of Time (two-part special)

    New Series 5 – Steven Moffat Series 1 – Season 31 (13 episodes, 3 April 2010 to 26 June 2010)
    1. The Eleventh Hour
    2. The Beast Below
    3. Victory of the Daleks
    4. The Time of Angels
    5. Flesh and Stone
    6. The Vampires of Venice
    7. Amy's Choice
    8. The Hungry Earth
    9. Cold Blood
    10. Vincent and the Doctor
    11. The Lodger
    12. The Pandorica Opens

  15. jonni13 says:

    OK, for the old classics, my wish list is:

    Robot
    The Ark in Space
    The Sontaran Experiment
    Genesis of the Daleks
    Revenge of the Cybermen

    Other notable favourites:

    The_Five_Doctors
    Terror of the Zygons
    The Seeds of Doom
    The_Armageddon_Factor

  16. kytten says:

    OHGOD so excite NEED NETFLIX is it available in the UK I LOVE DR WHO.

    We are currently watching our way through EVERY AVAILABLE EPISODE of Old Dr Who- We've just finished Mask of Mandragora.

  17. Stephanie says:

    For a second, I was hoping that there would be a liveblog of the Christmas Special, but you’re probably not going to be able to watch 5 seasons plus the specials in 12 days…

  18. Eric says:

    I would suggest using epguides.com.
    http://www.epguides.com/DoctorWho_2005/

    Just the episode list …

  19. Time Cat says:

    I think for the old series, "An Unearthly Child" might be the best serial to start off watching. I mean… it's where it all started. It would probably be best to, well… start with the first Doctor and go on to That Fox Movie with the eighth.

  20. auddie956 says:

    this site had a great list of all episodes (at least i think all of them)
    http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Doctor_Who_t

  21. MichelleZB says:

    Re: Doctor Who spoilers. Yes, avoid them, of course. But I found, when I became a Doctor Who fan, that it's impossible to be totally spoiler-free. You've luckily already cut out a huge source of spoilers by having someone else find out for you what order to watch everything in. Regular fans like me had to look that up on wikipedia with all the spoiling that entails.

    Also, there's sort of a different way of looking at spoilers in the Doctor Who world. For instance, is stuff from the old Doctor Who really spoilers? When you're watching the 2005 reboot, anything from the old Doctor Who is something the creators assume you could know already. Because I couldn't watch all the old Doctor Who, I eventually went to the internet and read summaries of old arcs to help me out with context. It was less like spoiling myself and more like research.

    Basically, the Doctor Who world is so fucking huge that you'll never, ever be prepared.

  22. albion says:

    For "Old Who" I'd start at the beginning with the first episode: An Unearthly Child (First Doctor)

    • kytten says:

      Good luck! First doctor episodes are very hard to get hold of. A lot of them were pre the BBC's current archive policy. Back then they taped over them, and most of theepisodes of Dr Who from that ra are ripped from privately owned tapes, so very poor quality. We started with Three, as those are the earliest ones we could find of any decent quality.

      • simply_shipping says:

        The very first episode is on YouTube in decent (for YT) quality. The rest of that first arc, however…

  23. thecheapshot says:

    If you ever have the time (when will that happen!), you could take a gander at the Virgin Missing Adventures novel series. Some are…not great, some are mediocre but some are absolutely fantastic. A few of the writers for the new series wrote a couple and I think even a couple of the episodes are interpretations of Missing Adventures.

    Following on from that, one of the writers is a guy called Mark Gatiss who, as part of a group, wrote and starred in a British comedy series called the League of Gentlemen. If you ever make your way through Who and you fancy a change of pace, League would be a fun place to start….

  24. Znachki says:

    As has been pointed out, many of the episodes from the first two Doctors has been erased – although occasionally bits and pieces have been found. But ther eare some available. For the First Doctor, I'd say:
    "An Unearthly Child"
    "The Daleks"
    "The Aztecs"
    "The Romans"

    For the Second Doctor:
    "Tomb of the Cybermen"
    "The Mind Robber"
    "War Games"
    "The Invasion"

    I can't take entire credit for this list, which is pretty much a consensus list of a lot of us Who fans from places like Planet Gallifrey. All of these are available on DVD as well. If I revcall you uses Netflix? Some of these are actually available as watch instantly as well.

  25. starbryte says:

    I use this site as an episode guide for past Doctors, it gives the episodes in chronological order and only if you click in them do you get the descriptions. http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/episodegui
    Hope that helps!

  26. kytten says:

    For those who are interested NOT MARK IT MAY COUNT AS SPOLIERY here is a list of all doctors, in date order, with some incomplete info as to their companions. http://www.listal.com/list/dr-who-11-doctors-on

  27. blackrose says:

    Seasons 1-4 of new Who and the specials for those seasons are available on Netflix instant watch. I know they have some of old Who too, but I don't know how much cause I haven't watched old Who yet. All seasons of Torchwood are also available there.

  28. wtrbrrl says:

    Hellooooo Mark! (sorry, I haven't been keeping very up to date with what you've been watching because I've not seen Firefly and do not wish to be spoiled, and I've just found out that you're starting Doctor Who very shortly, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!) Oh and I'm Hazel/ lezah by the way, I just go by wtrbrrl on here. Hi!

    I'm probably a bit late on this but I have compiled this for the revival series. Includes all episodes, specials, Children in Need mini episodes, as well as the musical concerts (including The Proms) that are DEFINITELY WORTH WATCHING. At least, I think so. (Not to mention the Soundtracks are BRILLIANT.) Aaaand this year's Christmas Special which will be aired over there…. at I don't really know what time but you can probably find that out, haha.

    REVIVAL

    Series 1 – 9th Doctor (Christopher Eccleston)

    1×01 – Rose
    1×02 – The End of the World
    1×03 – The Unquiet Dead
    1×04 – Aliens of London
    1×05 – World War Three
    1×06 – Dalek
    1×07 – The Long Game
    1×08 – Father's Day
    1×09 – The Empty Child
    1×10 – The Doctor Dances
    1×11 – Boom Town
    1×12 – Bad Wolf
    1×13 – The Parting of the Ways

    2005 Christmas Special – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    2×00 – The Christmas Invasion

    Series 2 – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    2×01 – New Earth
    2×02 – Tooth and Claw
    2×03 – School Reunion
    2×04 – The Girl in the Fireplace
    2×05 – Rise of the Cybermen
    2×06 – The Age of Steel
    2×07 – The Idiot's Lantern
    2×08 – The Impossible Planet
    2×09 – The Satan Pit
    2×10 – Love & Monsters
    2×11 – Fear Her
    2×12 – Army of Ghosts
    2×13 – Doomsday

    2005 Children In Need mini episode

    Doctor Who: A Celebration (Musical Concert)

    2006 Christmas Special – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    3×00 – The Runaway Bride

    Series 3 – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    3×01 – Smith and Jones
    3×02 – The Shakespeare Code
    3×03 – Gridlock
    3×04 – Daleks in Manhattan
    3×05 – Evolution of the Daleks
    3×06 – The Lazarus Experiment
    3×07 – 42
    3×08 – Human Nature
    3×09 – The Family of Blood
    3×10 – Blink
    3×11 – Utopia
    3×12 – The Sound of Drums
    3×13 – Last of the Time Lords

    2007 Children In Need mini episode – Time Crash

    2007 Christmas Special – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    4×00 – Voyage of the Damned

    Series 4 – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    4×01 – Partners in Crime
    4×02 – The Fires of Pompeii
    4×03 – Planet of the Ood
    4×04 – The Sontaran Strategem
    4×05 – The POison Sky
    4×06 – The Doctor's Daughter
    4×07 – The Unicorn and the Wasp
    4×08 – Silence in the Library
    4×09 – Forest of the Dead
    4×10 – Midnight
    4×11 – Turn Left
    4×12 – The Stolen Earth
    4×13 – Journey's End

    Doctor Who at The Proms 2008 (Musical Concert, featuring "Music of the Spheres")

    Series 4 (Specials) – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

    2008 Christmas Special – The Next Doctor
    2009 Easter Special – Planet of the Dead
    2009 November Special – The Waters of Mars
    2009 Christmas Special – The End of Time Part 1
    2010 New Year's Special – The End of Time Part 2

    Series 5 – 11th Doctor (Matt Smith)

    5×01 – The Eleventh Hour
    5×02 – The Beast Below
    5×03 – Victory of the Daleks
    5×04 – The Time of Angels
    5×05 – Flesh and Stone
    5×06 – The vampires of Venice
    5×07 – Amy's Choice
    5×08 – Hungry Earth
    5×09 – Cold Blood
    5×10 – Vincent and The Doctor
    5×11 – The Lodger
    5×12 – The Pandorica Opens
    5×13 – The Big Bang

    Doctor Who at The Proms 2010

    2010 Christmas Special – 11th Doctor (Matt Smith)

    To be broadcasted – A Christmas Carol

    HOPE THAT HELPS, HAPPY WATCHING! I'm unfamiliar with Classic Who, unfortunately. For now.

  29. Dani says:

    If you meet a "new" character/monster (properly met, know their identity and all) and they're from the classic series, do you want to be told so?

  30. arctic_hare says:

    So excited for this, holy shit. You are definitely not prepared. In no way, shape, or form. =)

    I watched the entirety of New Who myself for the first time earlier this year, I marathonned it in a matter of weeks over the summer. Reading your reviews will be like doing that all over again, only more slowly. Ah, what fun!

  31. Cupcakes says:

    I've never watched Dr Who so I can't really participate in this although if I get hold of it I might watch along with you.

    On a completely unrelated note I just wanted to say I really really really think you should do a Mark Watches Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Even if you only do the first two or three seasons it would be so awesome. And I promise I'm not just saying that because I spent a large portion of my childhood obsessed with Buffy (or because I live in the third world where we are always a season behind on everything so I managed to spoil myself on all the major plot points through excessive googleing and want to relive it spoiler free vicariously through you…) I honestly think you would really enjoy it.

  32. Whovian says:

    If you're going for the classics afterwards, you can dip in and out of them a bit more and (with a few exceptions) they don't need to be watched in order. If you do, I can't recommend Caves of Androzani (from 1984, Peter Davison as the Doctor) highly enough. There is a reason it was voted the best Doctor Who story of all time in a recent Doctor Who poll.

  33. jennywildcat says:

    Sort of important, but just to have on the backburner – One thing that you do need to keep in mind (especially if you end up getting into the old series) is that the Doctor Who universe has a very, very, VERY loose continuity. This was something I had to come to grips with because I came from the Harry Potter fandom, where continuity and Word of God reign supreme. Because DW has been around for so many years and there have been so many different creators of the show, something that might have been a major plot point in a Classic!Who episode is now totally scrapped by Nu!Who (or simply bent a little to serve the story). I don't want to get any more specific than that – just file this fact away for future use.

  34. kaybee42 says:

    Just watched the first episode in preparation for tomorrow πŸ™‚ very excited to see it from a newbies POV πŸ˜€

  35. rin says:

    OMG I am excite, Mark! I liked Firefly but I didn't really get into it. I am looking forward to you reviewing Doctor Who and all its silliness/frustratingness/brilliance.

  36. randomisjen says:

    Question: Is it ok to post 10th Doctor macros, or should I hold it in reserve for when we get there?

  37. Steve says:

    Hey Mark, really looking forward to seeing what you make of the Doctor. One thing I would say, watch at least the first season of New Who before delving into the old stuff. Continuity is a bit, uh, let's go with loose at the best of times and I'd say you're better off with a solid grounding in the mythos of the show before trying to watch what is, in many ways, a very different show.

  38. Anseflans says:

    Question for Mark: How much do you know about the Dr. Who plot already? Do you know the basics, or are you going in totally blind, like with the books? Sorry if this has already been answered somewhere, I couldn't find it.

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