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50 years of Who: 2006

2006

TV
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
The Runaway Bride
Torchwood: Everything Changes
Torchwood: Day One
Torchwood: Ghost Machine
Torchwood: Cyberwoman
Torchwood: Small Worlds
Torchwood: Countrycide
Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts
Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie
Torchwood: Random Shoes
Torchwood: Out of Time
Torchwood: Combat

Books
Doctor Who Storybook 2007 (10)
Doctor Who The Official Annual 2007 (10)
The Stone Rose (10)
The Feast of the Drowned (10)
The Resurrection Casket (10)
The Nightmare of Black Island (10)
The Art of Destruction (10)
The Price of Paradise (10)
I Am A Dalek (10)
Short Trips: Farewells
Short Trips: The Centenarian
Short Trips: Time Signature
Short Trips: Dalek Empire
Deus Le Volt  (Time Hunter)
The Albino's Dancer  (Time Hunter)
The Sideways Door (Time Hunter)
Parallel Lives (Benny)
Something Changed (Benny)
Genius Loci (Benny)
Collected Works (Benny)
Old Friends (Benny)

Audios
Pier Pressure
Night Thoughts
Time Works
The Kingmaker
The Settling
Something Inside
The Nowhere Place
Red
The Reaping
The Gathering
Memory Lane
No Man's Land
Year of the Pig
Blood of the Daleks Part 1
Return of the Daleks
The Veiled Leopard
Bernice Summerfield: The Goddess Quandary
Bernice Summerfield: The Crystal of Cantus
Bernice Summerfield: The Tartarus Gate
Bernice Summerfield: Timeless Passages
Bernice Summerfield: The Worst Thing in the World
Bernice Summerfield: Summer of Love
Bernice Summerfield: The Oracle of Delphi
Bernice Summerfield: The Empire State
Gallifrey: Fractures
Gallifrey: Warfare
Gallifrey: Appropriation
Gallifrey: Mindbomb
Gallifrey: Panacea
Sarah Jane Smith: Buried Secrets
Sarah Jane Smith: Snow Blind
Sarah Jane Smith: Fatal Consequences
Sarah Jane Smith: Dreamland
Cyberman: Telos
I, Davros: Innocence
I, Davros: Purity
I, Davros: Corruption
I, Davros: Guilt


The first Who from 2006 that I encountered: Yep, I tuned in for New Earth. I was 38.

My favourite Who from 2006: Well, nothing quite packs the emotional impact of School Reunion. But The Kingmaker is another favourite Big Finish audio, the second Sarah Jane audio series is even better than the first, and I, Davros is brilliant too. The books are much less memorable this year, with the old ranges ended and the new just getting started.

Moving swiftly on from: Nicola Bryant is very ill-used in The Reaping.

So, what was your favourite of the above? What is the best bit? (And if you like, what is the worst bit?)

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Comments

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mizkit
Nov. 10th, 2013 10:39 am (UTC)
I, who had never watched Old Who, but knew who Sarah Jane Smith was, was in bits over the beginning of School Reunion, which I think Tennant sold so brilliantly that even if you had no idea who she was it had to have worked. Although I'm inclined to feel he wasn't so much selling it as really honestly just being there in that moment himself, because, well.

I loved Girl in the Fireplace too, of course, but positively loathed Love & Monsters; when I rewatched the first 3 or 4 seasons a while back that's the only episode I skipped. Ugh.
redfiona99
Nov. 10th, 2013 03:22 pm (UTC)
As one of the four people who loved Love and Monsters I feel an urge to say that, but I also loved Small Worlds from Torchwood. To me that's the one that shows who Jack is. Jack is the guy who makes the terrible decisions that are right for the greater good and wrong in all other senses (see also the end of Children of Earth).

I loathed parts of the Idiot's Lantern and The Impossible Planet two parter. Mostly because a Doctor not complaining about people keeping slaves is not a Doctor I want any part of.
conbrunstrom
Nov. 10th, 2013 06:41 pm (UTC)
Girl in the Fireplace is something special. Oddly enough it reminded me of "The Inner Light" episode of Star Trek Next Gen. It has this special sense of a compressed human life which gives it a resonance that really make it stand out.

Fond of the Impossible Planet/Satan Pit story in part because of the very great voice of Gabriel Voice - the same voice of ultimate evil from Pyramids of Mars. One day I will steal and absorb the voice of Gabriel Woolf. And then all will fear me.
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