I like that it’s one character spread through multiple bodies, each with a different personality. Symbolic of life changes we all go through. I’ve been fascinated by life-stages since I was about 12 years old and read a book called “your child from 9-15″ – and I felt like I was predicting my own future.

 I started watching it with my grandmother when I was 6.5 years old.
I watched it until it went off the air in 1989.
After 15 years, in 2004 they brought it back. It was like a childhood revisited.–


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 I’m from the USA but we saw some British TV in our house from public broadcasting.

I liked the TARDIS. They also introduced me to quantum physics, as the Doctor Who when I started watching it was heavy on the accurate science, a phase that only lasted about 5 years on the show but that was ‘my main time’ watching it

I like that it’s one character spread through multiple bodies, each with a different personality.

Symbolic of life changes we all go through. I’ve been fascinated by life-stages since I was about 12 years old and read a book called “your child from 9-15″ – and I felt like I was predicting my own future.
yes, it’s actually something different.
Whether or not it’s a calculated ploy, doesn’t matter to me. I don’t watch much fiction.
Fiction really isn’t my thing. But I like the TARDIS and the Doctor character.
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