Saint Paul, MNUSA
Hometown: Saint Paul
January 5, 2012
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The Tenth (though I've not seen many of the classic doctors). I feel both that the tenth doctor was written in the most relatable way I've seen and also that Tennant's performance was second to none. First, I enjoy the more "human" aspects of the 10th doctor. Without losing the ever-important quirk, it felt like the tenth doctor best understood humanity on an individual basis. Through both affection and empathy, he continually showed that even as an alien, he was present with humanity through their strife. Second, Tennant is a stellar actor. From his first major monologue on screen, where he showed a bit of his rage, to his climax in The End of Time, he has portrayed the depth that comes from being an ancient experience within a young mind.
I find the Cyberment to be one of the most terrifying, yet fascinating ideas in the Whoniverse. The idea that humanity would succumb to the temptation of immortality in such a way that perverts what we really are is a dark but poignant statement.
I'm an all around geek who's just recently come around to Who. I'm a frequent convention goer and programmer, so the nerd quotient may be high; but, I like to think that I'm fairly social. Looking to meet people with similar proclivities!