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Analysis Of The Television Shoe Doctor Who

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Doctor Who is a Science-fiction drama television show in the United Kingdom and is broadcasted by BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). The show was created by Sydney Newman who was a Canadian film and television producer who brought doctor who to the United Kingdom on November 23 1963. Newman was known as the man to set the foundation for the show giving the idea about the “Blue Box” being bigger on the inside then the outside and also for naming the show and “The Doctor” himself. Now when I say “The Doctor” of course I am referring to the hero of the show which in the case of the beginning it would be William Hartnell but it wasn’t just the doctor and his lonely self he is almost always paired up with a lovely companion and his happened to be Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman “The Doctors granddaughter”.
In Doctor Who the hero of the show is known as The Doctor he is an alien known as a Time Lord which hails from the planet named Galifrey. Time lords aren’t as weird looking because they are aliens in fact they look just like any other human except they have European/Caucasian appearance but don’t let their appearance fool you. They come with a variety of things that make them special like the fact that they could survive falls that could otherwise shatter human bones they have great resistance against extreme cold and up to Subzero temperatures and extremely low pressure of vacuum for about six minutes , along with the cold they can also survive extreme heat. They can with stand an electric shocks that would be fatal to humans and with that they are also able to absorb radiation that can be fatal to anyone else but when absorbed they can turn said radiation into a form harmless to humans. Time lords have also been known to be very resistant to high frequencies sounds. Now just because they have all these advantages over humans there aren’t gods and can die at any moment but that’s another great thing that Time Lords can do before death they have a choice of being able to regenerate a new body. Regeneration is a process in which a Time Lord who is old or mortally wounded to undergo a transformation into a new physical form and a somewhat different personality. This is bad and good in some ways because he won’t know what he’ll become after regenerating it’s a real risky process especially when The Ninth Doctor referred to the regeneration process as "dodgy", and indicated that it was possible to regenerate without a head. (TV: The Parting of Ways). So far there have been ten regenerations for the doctor and so far all were successful. His name is an odd one at that as well. He didn’t have this name when born but earned the title from the actions he took by saving billions of people around space and time and that was for saving the lives of all of them and helping heal there wounds by the evil that rained over them so to speak. He dose also have a doctoral in medicine and his sonic screwdriver also comes with some healing capabilities. His true...

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