After the sad departure of the Tenth Doctor it was hard to get to like this new regeneration but, The Eleventh Doctor Who is definitely a favourite of mine wearing a bowtie and a fez. For me The Eleventh has two hearts of gold and deeply cares about his friends as well as our planet.

The Eleventh  Doctor Who – Matt Smith (2010 – 2013)

Matthew Robert Smith (born 28 October 1982), commonly known as Matt Smith and made one hell of an entrance as the new Doctor Who. No sooner had he regenerated and yelled “Geronimo!” The Whovians fell in love with him. It’s not easy for a Doctor to make a good impression in his initial episode since many fans are still sad about the change, but Smith had such a strong presence you couldn’t help but warm to him. From his endearing interaction with a young Amy Pond to his face off with the Atraxi – he stepped into the role and didn’t look back. He showcased the Doctor’s sweet side and also the part of him that is intimidating. Plus, he got in an impressive speech right off the bat.

Day of the Doctor - 50th Anniversary

Day of the Doctor – 50th Anniversary

Coming back for the 50th Anniversary, The Day of the Doctor, The Eleventh is joined by his previous selves The War Doctor and The Tenth Doctor, in order to change his own past by killing both the Time Lords and Daleks in the last days of the Time War and stop the a similar scenario on our world with the Zygons.

Matt Smith’s Greatest Doctor Who Quotes

Geronimo

Hello. I’m the Doctor…basically…Run!

Bowties are cool

The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa the bad things don’t always spoil the good things or make them unimportant. And we definitely added to his pile of good things

You’re a bitey mad lady! The TARDIS is up and downy stuff in a big blue box

I’m the, Doctor, your nuts and I’m going to stop you…

I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and the dreamer of improbable dreams

In 900 years of time and space I have never met anyone who wasn’t important

I speak baby

We’re all stories in the end

The Doctor: Yeah, but we’ve got comfy chairs. Did I mention?Angel Bob: We have no need of comfy chairs. The Doctor: [amused] I made him say “comfy chairs”.

I will not forget one line of this, not one day I swear. I will always remember when the Doctor was me…

 

The Eleventh Doctor’s Companions

The Ponds

Amy Pond and TARDIS

Amy Pond and TARDIS

Amy Pond
The Doctor met Amelia Pond (played by Karen Gillian) when he crashed into her garden as a little girl craving apples, which was a new thing for him. After trying out his new mouth the Eleventh finally settled on fish fingers and custard but was intrigued by the crack in Amelia’s wall. 12 years later the Doctor is back but little Amy is all grown up but still believes in her raggedy man.
Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) (aka The Last Centurion) is a nurse at the local hospital when he meets the Doctor and helps the Doctor and Amy capture Prisoner Zero a shape changing alien who if not recaptured will cause our world to be incinerated!

Rory Williams The Last Centurion

Rory Williams The Last Centurion

River “Melody” Pond – (Played by Alex Kingston) The woman who kills/marries the Doctor…Spoilers

Clara Oswin Oswald – Also known as “The Impossible Girl” Clara (played by Jenna Louise Colman) meets the Doctor on 3 separate occasions and each time, she saves his life and she’s the same person! (never try to apply logic or reason to Doctor Who because well Wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey…you get the idea). The first time they meet, Clara has crash landed on a planet known as the Dalek Asylum (planet full of crazy/damaged dalek’s what next?) but has been converted into a Dalek herself (as part of onsite security) and wipes all the daleks knowledge of The Doctor before getting blown up by the Dalek Crucible (the parliament of the dalek’s ship).

Clara Oswald - Doctor Who

Clara Oswald – Doctor Who

In the Christmas special, “The Snowmen,” The Doctor once again ran into a very remarkable young woman named Clara Oswald.  He did not recognize her at first as he had never met her face-to-face in “Asylum of the Daleks.” But it was the voice and her unmistakable phraseology that caught his attention.  Clara had the habit of using the unique phrase: “Run, you clever boy. . . And remember”each time right before she died.

The next time they meet, The Doctor finds Clara again in “The Bells of Saint John,” he has met her three times previously, only two which ended tragically. Because of Clara’s propensity to die tragic deaths suddenly it was no wonder that The Doctor went to extreme lengths to protect her. Its not until The Doctor and Clara go to Trenzalor that we discover why the Doctor has met her so many times and why she keeps popping up. To save the Doctor, Clara enterers his personal time stream to defeat the Great Inteligence.

The Tardis
When the rest of the companions move on, the one companion who is always there for the Doctor is the Tardis.

Handles
The head of a Cyberman, Handles is one of the longest serving companions of the Doctor, next to the Tardis and helped him through the battles of Trenzelor.