4th Doctor Previewed For Time of the Daleks

Tom Baker was my favorite Doctor. That’s just how it is. When I was first introduced to Doctor Who, it was via the physics club at Truman State. I know. “How nerdy can you get?” A bunch of physics students sitting around watching Doctor Who. But it was good times. Of course, the 4th iteration of the Doctor will be part of Time of the Daleks. In exactly what form you can get a look at in this preview.

From the preview:

“You may be a doctor. But I’m THE Doctor. The definite article, you might say.”

When talking about classic Doctor Who, it’s hard to not talk about Tom Baker, the Fourth Doctor. From his long scarf to his ever ready bag of Jelly Babies, the Fourth Doctor is one of the most iconic Doctors of all time.

The Fourth Doctor has some amazing companions, starting off with Sarah Jane Smith, one of the most Iconic companions of all time. Sarah was fantastic, for me she will always be the companion to whom I compare other companions. Romina is another companion that I loved growing up, the fact that she was a Timelord, or should I say Timelady, was awesome, but I most like the fact that she was incredibly clever and in most cases more clever then the Doctor.


  • The Red Graf

    Truman State? Kirksville? What years were your there?

    • 01 to 03.

      • The Red Graf

        87 to 91. It was still Northeast Missouri State at the time.

        • I miss it. I absolutely loved that campus. I was in Missouri Hall. You know, the “prison block” one. 😛
          But yeah, great couple of years. Spent a lot of time just walking around there or spending afternoons in the sunken gardens.

          • The Red Graf

            I was in Missouri Hall my freshman year. It was a good campus and not a bad little town. Was the gaming club still operating? It was called the Fantasy club and I was one of the founding members. There are times when I would kill for a ronza from Pagliai’s Pizza.

          • Personally, I miss King’s Buffet. $6 flat rate for students on Sundays? Yes, please! And Splashpage (which I heard closed down some years ago). I picked up many Gundam models from there.

            I don’t remember there being a gaming club, but it’s highly possible I just missed its existence.