Perfect. I legit teared up at the end. The Time War was spectacular. Hurt, Tennant and Smith were all tremendous together. Tennant not knowing which Queen Elizabeth was which was awesome. Clara was great as the conscious of the Doctor and Billie was great as the conscious of the Moment. We even got the 13th Doctor along with all the other Doctors. On top of the regeneration of War Doctor to the 9th Doctor. The end, Jesus, the end. Baker was my first Doctor as he was for a lot of Americans. To see him again in almost tears as the Doctor totally made the entire thing for me. Nitpickers be damned this was everything he needed to be. We also got a new Quest to find Gallifrey for our new soon to be Doctor.
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This was the first Doctor Who episode I've ever watched. I only did so because of the hype and a couple of friends who talked about it non-stop.
I liked it! I didn't understand some of what was going on, parts of it seemed low-budget, but the three Doctors were all extremely captivating. The next-to-last guy (David Tennant) is remarkably good-looking.
I watched something called "Explaining Doctor Who" last night which helped bring me up to speed. Must be fun for people who have watched it for decades.
Obviously, I was referring to James Karen. Until recently, I believe there only was the dubbed version. I think the film is SO BAD that it bends the BAD-GOOD continuum until BAD and GOOD become one and the same.