The Doctor Who series looks interesting, but I don't know if I want to go back and watch them from the very start. Should I bother with the earlier series? Where's a good season to start?
I already spoke to Geekguy about this, but if anyone else is interested, I guess the best place to start would be with the new series, starting with series 1, episode one "Rose".
In the classic series, a spearhead from space is considered a good starting point, with it being the first one in colour. But you could probably watch them out of order, as there's not often a whole lot of continuity. Also, a lot of earlier episodes are missing or unavailable, so there's no way to watch every episode anyway.
Curse of Peladon- Fairly average story involving an Intergalactic conference deciding wether to Add the Planet of Peladon into some sort of Federation...but then people start getting murdered...oh noes!
Doctor who- The three doctors- I'd seen this one before but I watched it again since It's been I while. Stars all three of the first Doctors as they take on Omega...the Timelord who made time travel possible.
I'm a little embarrassed to admit I'm already on the forth season of the new series. I just watched one episode, then another, and then I just couldn't stop, I've been watching them pretty much non stop. .... and now I have a bit of a crush on David Tennant, I'm going to be a little sad when the doctor "regenerates" again
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