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Forums: Index > Watercooler > Is Matt Smith the worst Doctor ever

It'd help to give a reason why you think he's the worst ever. Personally I think he's brilliant. He's clumsy, alienish and funny. Commander Linx 02:08, May 18, 2012 (UTC)

He got married, does not care about classic companions, not as funny as the other Doctors(example the Second and Fourth Doctors), I hate the Eleventh Doctor's theme, etc. That is why he is the worst ever.

The theme, etc is your opinion so I won't argue about that. Married: technically River married the Teselecta, in an aborted timeline. So it doesn't really count. Classic companions: He does care about classic companions; why do you think he helped Sarah Jane Smith and Jo Grant in SJA: Death of the Doctor?. He did tell Jo that he can't check back on his companions, presumably because he doesn't want to dwell in the past. 06:15, May 18, 2012 (UTC)

The Eleventh Doctor is not even close to being the worst Doctor ever. His marriage to River may or may not count, but after 900 years it's about time he got married. The taboo against the Doctor being in romantic relationships died with the introduction of Grace, and was buried with the introduction of Rose Tyler. River Song is a great character, and a perfect match for the Doctor. I'm sure the two will be very happy together, and hopefully get straight to work repopulating the Time Lords. I don't know why you don't think that the Eleventh Doctor doesn't care about his past companions. Let's Kill Hitler proves that he still feels guilty about how he's hurt Rose, Martha and Donna, and he helped out Sarah Jane and Jo. That means that he's helped out 2 more past companions than the ninth, eighth, seventh, fifth, fourth, third, or second ever did. He is easily the funniest of all the Doctors, and the Second and Fourth are the only ones who even come close to competing with him. The worst Doctor is, and forever will be, the Sixth.Icecreamdif 04:42, May 23, 2012 (UTC)

Of course not the Eleventh IS THE WORST EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(Oh and the Second is the funniest, not the Eleventh)

The second is pretty funny, but the Eleventh is just a bit funnier. What do you have against the Eleventh Doctor? Plenty of Doctors, like the Ninth, are not even kid of funny, but I don't think that you would say that Christopher Eccleston is the worst. You have not given any reason why the Doctor's marriage is a bad thing, and you're statement that he doesn't care about classic companions is just wrong. Did you see Death of the Doctor, or the look on his face in The Wedding of River Song when he found out that the Brigadier had died. Apart from 10 and Sarah, none of the Doctors spend much time with their past companions, but they all care about all of their past companions, and 11 is no exception.Icecreamdif 17:06, May 23, 2012 (UTC)

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