Anyways, I very much got myself hooked this summer. It's really been fun for a science geek like me, hell, I had even forgotten how much I enjoy science until I started watching Doctor Who! Apart from the science, I have to say I have really loved the cast of characters through the series. Admittedly, some I was not too fond of at first, but everyone grew on me as the series progressed. My favorite of course being David Tennant's Doctor, I love that man (like every woman in the series basically xD). <3 I do also have to say that Catherine Tate's character Donna Noble is such brilliance too, such a hilarious lady. It's really been great to see how everyone's characters have developed throughout the series, how the happenings they encountered changed their perception of things. And due to liking that development so much some events really made me sad. I won't say more than that though, don't want to spoil anything.
One of my most favorite aspects of the series was how things were intertwined. It was great encountering past things again and having them serve a significant purpose later and so forth and having earlier companions joining in on the action with later ones. Really great continuity through the beginning of Christopher Eccleston's 9th Doctor to the end of David Tennant's 10th Doctor. There was even one scene in the last episode that really made series 1 through 4 come full circle.
Now I am a bit undecided however. I really don't know what to do with series 5 through 7. Like I mentioned in the beginning of my entry, I have seen the latter half of Matt Smith's 11th Doctor's first series, and honestly I am a little dismayed at how removed it is from the all the series before it. I mean, everything before was so connected with each other and now suddenly it isn't. It's like a very clear end of an era had come to pass. Even the 10th Doctor is behaving like everything is ending when his time is up, like all the great times cease to be. The only connections to the past as far as I know from the episodes I've watched are Alex Kingston's River Song returning to beef out the history between her and the Doctor, and of course, familiar villains like the Dalek. It seems to me that the focus of the 11th Doctor's series' is very strongly upon his new companions (who have been the same for two whole series' now) and River Song's story, which I guess is reasonable since Russell T Davies handed the reins to Steven Moffat. The touch is bound to be slightly different.
Regardless of my worries and apprehension, I will probably end up watching all of the current Doctor as well. Perhaps, my opinion will change once I am more knowledgeable, though I doubt it is possible to surpass the emotional roller coaster David Tennant and his gang put me on. :3
Last but not least, I think one of the reasons I am fascinated by this series, is the fact that I can relate to the Doctor in some ways. Sure, I don't travel through time and space or save interesting races from the farthest corners of the universe, but my lifestyle is a bit similar to his. I'm not really going to delve into this further, you should know what I mean if you know me well enough and have watched Doctor Who yourself.
I think there was still a lot of stuff I wanted to write.. but I can't remember what those were anymore. So I'll end here. Oh, one more thing! I've found it quite fun how there has been a character called Rose (with blonde hair) and a character called Amy (with red hair) in Doctor Who. Makes me think of me and my friend. Yes, I am amused by little things. \o/