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Doctor Who 15 Seasons 2006

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (254) IMDb 7.6/10

David Tennant steps into the role of the Doctor for a second series of adventures through time and space. Full of new thrills, new laughs and new heartbreak, this second instalment sees the Doctor and Rose defend the universe against a host of terrifying new monsters and aliens, as well as ominous opponents from the past.

Starring:
David Tennant, Billie Piper

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1. New Earth

The Doctor and Rose Tyler find gruesome secrets hidden inside a luxury hospital.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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2. Tooth and Claw

The Doctor and Rose travel back to the year 1879 and into the Scottish Highlands.

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3. School Reunion

The Doctor runs into an old companion in a London school.

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4. The Girl in the Fireplace

Madame de Pompadour finds the court at Versailles under attack from clockwork killers.

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5. The Rise of the Cybermen

On a parallel Earth, a deadly new version of the Doctor's old enemy is about to be reborn.

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6. The Age of Steel

The Cybermen take control of London and start converting the populace.

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7. The Idiot's Lantern

Rumours of monsters haunt Britain at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.

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8. The Impossible Planet

The Doctor and Rose find themselves on a desolate world, in the orbit of a black hole.

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9. The Satan Pit

As Rose battles the murderous Ood, the Doctor finds his beliefs challenged.

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10. Love and Monsters

An ordinary man called Elton becomes obsessed with the Doctor and Rose.

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11. Fear Her

When the Tardis lands in 2012, the Doctor plans to show Rose the London Olympics.

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12. Army of Ghosts

The ghosts of loved ones return to Earth. Doctor and Rose investigate Torchwood.

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13. Doomsday

As the human race is caught in an intergalactic war, the Doctor faces a greater dilemma.

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Format: DVD
After all the hype surrounding the excellent first series, this second one continues where that left off with 13 more episodes of equally good quality.

Whilst it is sad that Ecclestone left after just one series of the show the impact is lessened for two reasons. Firstly the format allows there to be a change of lead actor, and secondly the fact that Tennant seems to be more in keeping with Doctors of the past. While Ecclestone has confessed he was never a huge fan of Doctor Who, Tennant is the total opposite and this can been seen in some of his performances in how he portrays The Doctor. There appears to be little bits of previous Doctors creeping out every now and then. The chemistry with Billie Piper also remains strong and she still appears to be having the time of her life.

With series one it was Daleks and this year the main villains are (my personal favourites) the Cybermen. They are in four episodes in total across the series and they are all excellent. To say any more about these may spoil it for people who haven't yet seen them.

The remaining 9 episodes vary in quality from the sublime (Impossible planet/Satan pit) to the truly dreadful (The idiots lantern). That said the stories vary so wildly that I'm sure peoples favourite episode will also vary in the same way.

Overall if you enjoyed the first series then you will love this. There is enough for a new generation of viewers (although my 6 and 8 year old nephews are still getting their heads round how the Doctor can change!) but also enough nods to the past to keep us over 30s happy. In short, "Fantastic"!!
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This series of Doctor Who is amazing from start to finish.

The opening episode The Christmas Invasion introduces the new doctor David Tennant. It starts a little slow but picks up well.

The start of the season proper is New Earth. This episode brings back the villain Cassandra from Series one's End of the World. The episode is highly entertaining with a truly emotional ending.

The following episode Tooth & Claw is when the series really heats up. Tooth & Claw set in 1879 sees the doctor and Rose meet Queen Victoria. The villain in this episode is a werewolf. This episode is truly scary and with a story that keeps your focus on the screen for the entire 45 minutes.

School Reunion brings back the much loved assistant Sarah Jane Smith with the also highly loved K-9. However, seeing these two characters return is not the only high-point of the episode. Anthony Head plays the alien headmaster of a school hoping to decode the laws of the universe to try and change it to benefit his species.

The Girl in the Fireplace is one of the best episodes of Doctor Who since the revival. A love story set in the future and the past with the doctor and a mysterious girl from the other side of a fire place become unexpectedly close after the Doctor saves her.

Rise of the Cyberman/Age of Steel sees the return of the Cybermen - a classic enemy from the old series. When trying to bring back old foes it can sometimes seem a bit forced, however here it is done professionally well. The cybermen are a scary enemy that will have you hiding behind the sofa :P

The idiots Lantern is a weaker episode of the series but still worth watching. Set in the 1950's for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
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I love the second series of Doctor Who, mostly because of the brilliant writing of Russel T Davies and the amazing charisma of David Tennant, especially when coupled with Billie Piper. Every episode has one or two quotes that you will remember that will make you laugh everytime you think of them.
Mickey:"What's a horse doing on a spaceship?"
Doctor:"Mickey, what's pre revolutionary France doing on a spaceship, get a bit of perspective."
The Girl in the Fireplace is a masterpiece, the monster in The Satan Pit and the Impossible Planet terrifying, the Absorbalof hilarious.
I would reccommend it to anybody!
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I'm trying to figure out the hate for the man who's at the core of this great series...even the worst written episode of the Eccleston and Tennant runs is much better than most things available in the US or UK...and that episode wasn't written by Davies.

While this review is only written halfway through Tennant's first run as the Doctor, the series continues to be fantastic. Tennant has managed to top Eccleston (which is no easy task), and Billie Piper has some excellent moments (especially playing dual roles in New Earth)...although Rose isn't written nearly as well in the middle episodes. We get some great villians (sadly, Tony Head was not The Master....here's hoping his character isn't dead), a fantastic reimaging of the Cybermen, and a damn good werewolf for a TV show.

There's even an unintentional drinking game...every time Torchwood is mentioned, take a drink.

We're in good hands with Tennant, Piper, and the entire crew, from writers to production.

Yes, even Russell T. Davies.
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With this series we are fresh off the regeneration from the previous Doctor played by Christopher Eccleston and now David Tennant has a lot to live up to; he does it and he does it with style. Billie Piper comes back as the magical Rose Tyler and we are given a series where she not only has to handle the notion of a different looking Doctor, but she has to handle the fact that she's falling in love with him and we're given hints that he's falling in love with Rose.

Episode 1: New Earth: In the year 5 Billion and 23 the Doctor takes Rose to the new home of the human race, simply called New Earth and he takes her to the aptly named New New York. There the Doctor meets up with an old friend the Face of Boe but he stumbles upon a secret in the hospital basement, who is lurking there and what have they done with Rose?

Episode 2: Tooth and Claw: Landing in 1879 Scotland, the Tenth Doctor and Rose meet Queen Victoria, travelling with her to spend the night at the Torchwood Estate. However, a group of warrior monks have sinister plans for the monarch, and the full moon is about to summon a creature out of legend.

Episode 3: School Reunion: The Doctor goes undercover in a school as John Smith, children are mysteriously going missing and the Doctor needs to find out why. He meets not one but two old friends and Rose finds a bit of competition in one of them.

Episode 4: The Girl In The Fireplace: The Doctor accidentally stumbles across a derelict spaceship that seems to just be floating unmanned. The weirdest thing is that the spaceship has a fireplace but as he looks through it, he discovers it's a time window to 1727 Paris.
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