5 Great Doctor Who Villains to NEVER Bring Back

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  • There have been amazing villains on Doctor Who, and some of them should never come back.
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  • Roderic Kingfield
    Roderic Kingfield 3 hari yang lalu

    Mysteries without room for speculation are shallow mysteries. My all time favourite Stargate episode is The Fifth Race, because it massively expanded on existing lore. In particular it expanded on lore created by the Season 1 episode, The Torment of Tentallus. If they had just left it there and never expanded on any of it it would have been massively disappointing. Lore has to be expanded on occasionally in order to be interesting. If done well answers will always bring more questions.

    So, I strongly disagree about the beast and the Midnight entity. I can understand not bringing the beast back, but perhaps there are others of his kind. One idea I have is that maybe there's an ancient race even older than the Time Lords (that's no longer around) that once fought these god-like entities. I think it would fit great as a season finale (with foreshadowing every episode of the season).

  • joseph Buckley
    joseph Buckley 5 hari yang lalu

    I kind of want to see a new who version of omega but I have no idea how the original story ended so it could be impossible

    • Council of Geeks
      Council of Geeks  5 hari yang lalu

      Big Finish found ways to bring him back in events set after his last appearance on the show. So can New Who.

  • Deborah LePage
    Deborah LePage 7 hari yang lalu

    The Doctor said when facing them the only option was to run.
    Nothing to be done there. If the Doctor ever touched them, don't interact, leave something for their trees to grow on the planet where the library is.

  • Cameron Heaton
    Cameron Heaton 11 hari yang lalu

    I got an idea for the Vashta Nerada, what if they are to help the doctor a threat so large they need to team up.

  • Jonas Prettenthaler
    Jonas Prettenthaler 13 hari yang lalu

    I still hope that the Family of Blood comes back and fight against an injured 13th doctor... or something like that.

  • The Unknown SCP
    The Unknown SCP 14 hari yang lalu

    This video explains why I personally hope we never get to see the Nightmare Child from the Time War. All we know is that it's big enough for Davros' command ship to fly into its jaws. ...other than that, what the hell is it?! Why would something that is described like a massive beast referred to as the "Nightmare *Child"?* That intrigue is too palpable for me.

    • The Unknown SCP
      The Unknown SCP 13 hari yang lalu

      +Council of Geeks Gotta agree with ya on that. I've never observed the Big Finish before, though I have heard that it's good.

    • Council of Geeks
      Council of Geeks  14 hari yang lalu +1

      Big Finish is dabbling in the Time War, which I think is the only way to do it without ruining everything. Because of the nature of audio, it doesn't have to be properly visualized and I think THAT is what would suck all the mystique out of it.

  • Matt Henderson
    Matt Henderson 15 hari yang lalu

    Your right don't bring back the flood like if i'm correct

  • CookieMastah
    CookieMastah 23 hari yang lalu +1

    I think Zombie Water Ice Warriors would be awesome

  • ST 2004
    ST 2004 Bulan Yang lalu

    Flood: they end up on some sort of spacecraft that used the ice layer to obtain water. The flood then breaks out in the ship

  • James Holbrook
    James Holbrook Bulan Yang lalu

    Is he wearing lipstick?

  • TheExplodingBacon
    TheExplodingBacon Bulan Yang lalu

    How disappointing would it be if the Midnight entity was refereed to as Jeff in the script?

  • Chilly Lion
    Chilly Lion Bulan Yang lalu

    We kind of know what midnight entity wants it wants to learn

  • randomness 234
    randomness 234 2 bulan yang lalu

    tbh. i never thought any od these would or every could make a return. especially the midnight entity

  • Gray Scribe
    Gray Scribe 2 bulan yang lalu

    Just an addendum why the Beast should not return.
    The impossible planet was build to be the Beast's prison and trap should it escape by someone who knew what the Beast was and what it could do. By itself it should be impossible for the Beast to survive this on it's own. And if someone interferes and rescues the Beast, well, the Beast becomes a secondary villain.
    And if free, you probably have to explain what the Beast really is and you probably would have to bring in the being(s) that fought, beat and trapped the Beast. Which would destroy two great misteries at once.

  • charlie hayes
    charlie hayes 2 bulan yang lalu

    The hath should be back for a one time episode, very underrated species

  • Abi Animates
    Abi Animates 2 bulan yang lalu +2

    Well, in silence in the library, the doctor mentioned that there are some of the vashta nerada on earth, the writers could toy with that idea.

  • Doctor Who Fan676
    Doctor Who Fan676 2 bulan yang lalu

    What about the reapers ????

  • Ryan Hindley
    Ryan Hindley 2 bulan yang lalu +4

    Davros should have been a one time villain. Character peaked with Genesis

  • OfficialRubyBfdi
    OfficialRubyBfdi 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    they should bring back the vashta nerada. they are awesome.

  • Nightfall_Protocol
    Nightfall_Protocol 2 bulan yang lalu

    The flood could have an interesting storyline where they are brought to earth lying dormant in a new drink which is the new craze. Obviously everyone drinks it leaving majority of the world infected without knowing they are. It could be a two parter with the end of it having the whole world being infected and the doctor unable to do anything to defeat them. He would have to travel back in time and either stop the initial outbreak reaching earth or something interesting getting the help of the ice warriors freezing this thing making the set up for the original story.

  • Anon ymus
    Anon ymus 2 bulan yang lalu

    Someone could weaponize Vashta Nerada. Or have them as secondary antagonist. Even a minor threat can be hugely escalated by their presence. In my opinion Dr Who needs more minor villains, that are way in over their head, and this could be perfect scenario for that.

  • Jobn Ttv
    Jobn Ttv 2 bulan yang lalu


  • Jessie Wessie
    Jessie Wessie 2 bulan yang lalu

    Completely agree with this list, these villains were so unique and scary that they stand alone in their own right that to bring them back in a different setting or time wouldn't work. Plus it would ruin the impact of their presence and agenda had in their initial episodes.
    The family of Blood are one of my absolute favourites (son of mine was the best) but it's the air of mystery of all of the villains listed here that makes them so memorable and threatening.

  • Raymond Jerome
    Raymond Jerome 2 bulan yang lalu

    isn't the Beast kind of on/in all planets? wasn't there one on Earth in a Torchwood episode

  • Joan Pringle
    Joan Pringle 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    My pick would be the Mummy on the Orient Express. Though that episode did explain what the mummy was and wrapped up the story, the mummy should be left alone but I would like to know what attacked the train.

  • CloseRaincloud 5
    CloseRaincloud 5 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    It's really strange hearing someone talk about the flood in a non-Halo context 😂😂

  • The Wilk Report
    The Wilk Report 2 bulan yang lalu

    The Weeping Angels should never have been brought back after 'Blink'. The mystery of them was diminished the more they appeared, along with their fright factor. 'The Angels Take Manhattan' with that silly Statue of Liberty becoming one and the Cherub versions, just ruined them for me. Although the idea of these ancient alpha predators not being strictly corporeal and being more conceptual life forms was interesting, Steven Moffat never had the talent or the inclination to develop it properly and so, like the Daleks and the Cybermen, became less and less of a threat as his time as show runner progressed.
    So not only should the Weeping Angels not return, they really ought to have remained a one-off monster.

  • Max Farquhar
    Max Farquhar 2 bulan yang lalu

    I love how these are all david tenant villains, shows a lot about how good his run was.

  • Kieran Palmer
    Kieran Palmer 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    What about Enemies You WANT to come back? My vote is for the Krillitanes or The Reapers

  • Leon Kent
    Leon Kent 2 bulan yang lalu

    Lytton in original series. Being beaten to death by an overweight Cybercontroller kind of counts him out from coming back.

  • Aya
    Aya 3 bulan yang lalu

    the weeping angels shouldn't have been brought back :/

  • Ronan Phillips
    Ronan Phillips 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think with the flood they could have it as a sub-plot like the ice warriors are building a missile with the flood in it that they are going to launch towards Earth and the doctor has to stop it or redirect it

  • Rosie John
    Rosie John 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    For me, the scariest thing about the vashta narada was the skulls in the space suits talking with the voices of the person they'd killed.
    Something invisible lurking in shadows that leaves a only a skeleton (in under a minute) would be impossible unless somehow there was another library with all the books in the universe full of them.
    The Doctor said they exist on heaps of planets in small amounts and mentioned they eat roadkill - so we would not have a very dramatic storyline there lol
    The shadows would not be creepy at all if no one on Earth supposedly even notices their existance.
    What about going to the now empty library again to download a backup copy of River Song if a need arose? There's one idea. Not a great one given that she's appeared a few times away from the library anyway.

  • alex hope
    alex hope 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    The Empty Child entity?

  • alaster boneman
    alaster boneman 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think the vasnarderada could come back if for example someone tried using them as bio wepions and they got out of hand. Or you could do the old bass under attack plot from classic doctor who. Maybe have the twist being to stop a swarm from excaping into say the earth echo system. And eating everything. Maybe take a leaf out of the Titan doctor who books and have a small space station become infected with a swarm. Like bring back sat light five form 9s run for such a thing. Or a great idea flood vs vasnarderada swarm. Now tell me that isn't a great idea

  • Robin Gilliver
    Robin Gilliver 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    The Devil HAS to return.

  • WSM C
    WSM C 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think the Vasta Nerada can be used again. You can do a ship full of humans on their way to mine a planet that's full of them. Have them jettison the Tardis then you have a goal for The Doctor and episode's characters. I think you can do it without demystifying them if you resit making them talk again or have any sort of queen. Just them trying to get to a place through a planet full of them. I think you have a very different experience with them being outside. You can do an outrun the sunset sort of deal, setting camp with the lighting the miners brought, which the Vasta Nerada figure out how to break through on the 2nd or 3rd night.
    You got me thinking about the Beast now too. If he fell into a black hole them there could be an Omega type situation brewing of a very literal hell
    100% agree on the Midnight entity. I love that we don't know anything about what that was

  • Paul Rowlinson
    Paul Rowlinson 3 bulan yang lalu

    My god, you're boring

  • Liam Jenkins
    Liam Jenkins 3 bulan yang lalu

    Not the Lazarus monster

  • Liam Jenkins
    Liam Jenkins 3 bulan yang lalu

    The krillatanes need to return

  • Stephen Cooper
    Stephen Cooper 3 bulan yang lalu

    What would your thoughts on bringing back the Rani .from old who she would be great villian to bring back .her episodes were not the best not that bad.but the character was very like the master she deserves some justice done to her character in my opinion and she could be very dangerous and she was manipulative that could be great.

  • Stephen Cooper
    Stephen Cooper 3 bulan yang lalu

    The weeping angels are great and still terryfing in the sense of how they feed on your time potentially as dangerous as what the daleks are if they grew enough it's basically over.and the reference by rasillon to them suggests he was around when they were born.great video otherwise . respect your opinion but the angels are cool 😉

  • Sam Honed
    Sam Honed 3 bulan yang lalu

    No Pting? I'm disappointed...

  • Joe Carter
    Joe Carter 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    You should really listen to Big Finish vashta nerada stories in classic doctors, new monsters. Really good!

    • Council of Geeks
      Council of Geeks  3 bulan yang lalu +1

      I may eventually, and I should have pointed out I'm not against these characters showing up in novels, comics, or audio because the different media kind of demands a slightly different approach so it's not as inherently redundant.

  • koil rooberts
    koil rooberts 3 bulan yang lalu

    Okay this may be a big comment so prepare yourself: when it comes to the flood, I believe something like alien should be done. A space station orbiting Mars is collecting samples from Mars and one drop gets on board. And as for the Beast, he could return in a not traditional sense, such as a cult trying to bring him back and when they are seconds away from doing it the doctor stops them. Or it could be a series finale such as the beast escapes and terrorises the planet its on.

  • Kissfan96dr
    Kissfan96dr 3 bulan yang lalu

    one of the great things about Doctor going throughout all space and time is there is little need to bring back old villains. Only one I'd like to see return (that already isn't reoccurring) is the Black Guardian.

  • Kitty Wood
    Kitty Wood 3 bulan yang lalu

    I have an idea for how to reuse the Flood, though it is treading on a different pattern. It's the evil/stupid humans making use of something they don't understand, in this case the Flood, by forcing it to merge with humans. Or, for a return to Classic Who, not humans in either case.

  • TheTwistedToast
    TheTwistedToast 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    midnight is, in my opinion, the scariest doctor who episode

  • Andrew Roberts
    Andrew Roberts 3 bulan yang lalu

    I'd add the Boneless to this list

  • Clever Gumball
    Clever Gumball 3 bulan yang lalu

    I have 3

    The abzorboloff
    The villains in the Pompeii episode
    And the first one with the 13th Doctor with the teeth in his face

  • FireWing Phoenix
    FireWing Phoenix 3 bulan yang lalu

    i think another for this list is the empty child.

  • Richard Dangle
    Richard Dangle 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    Great. You just reminded me of all my favorite Dr Who episodes. So, if you excuse me, I'm going to re-watch the whole Tennant series

  • Addy 0302
    Addy 0302 3 bulan yang lalu

    Your prequel argument about a predetermined ending also applies to episodes centred around well-known historical events (such as the Rosa Parks episodes)

  • Fortnite Commanders WarRoom
    Fortnite Commanders WarRoom 3 bulan yang lalu

    The vasta rerada could return with good effect if the doctor found a way to extract River from the computer and went to retrieve her. The conflict of a return when the library is supposed to belong to them now. Or since the doctor explained the widespread fear of the dark is due to their presence one most worlds a different group could become active hunters having to find a way out when he can't rely on it having access to knowledge of him thus it wouldn't be intimidated like the first.

  • BigFatCat 15
    BigFatCat 15 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    I freaking love “the midnight entity”

  • Shadow Freak
    Shadow Freak 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    Notice that all of these villains were from the tenth Doctor’s run...

  • Semi Autømatic Trapdøør
    Semi Autømatic Trapdøør 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    I love how all these were Tennant's era just proves he had some of the best episodes ever

  • P3ngu1ns4L1fe
    P3ngu1ns4L1fe 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    Has anyone else noticed that all these villains were with David Tennant? This does prove why he is one of the most popular Doctors.

  • Hannah Rosey
    Hannah Rosey 3 bulan yang lalu

    Am I the only one who really doesn't like The Waters of Mars?

    • Hannah Rosey
      Hannah Rosey 3 bulan yang lalu

      +Council of Geeks it scared me more than the weeping angels did and that's saying something!

    • Council of Geeks
      Council of Geeks  3 bulan yang lalu

      Actually, I don't like it all that much either. It's fine, but I find it vastly overrated. But I know many people love it and I don't want the Flood coming back regardless.

  • Even Banks
    Even Banks 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    I swear the flood messed me up when I was 6

  • Anorak
    Anorak 3 bulan yang lalu

    Big point on the beast: He could be transported to a universe of anti-matter like Omega was when he was thrown into a black hole when the stasis halo on the Eurydice broke. And the use of his will allowing him to send creatures to capture the doctor. That is just what Omega did with his gell guards.

  • Red Potter
    Red Potter 3 bulan yang lalu

    Unpopular Opinion: I think the Silence were wayyyyyy overdone. I think they would have been much scarier and much cooler for like one or two stories, but they got really boring really quick once they became major plot points for the series. Not only did they get boring, I thought they were a little convoluted. I really love their premise, I think as villains they're really really cool and a really great use of dramatic irony as suspense, but they were overplayed almost Dalek-style.

  • Red Potter
    Red Potter 3 bulan yang lalu

    I've never really considered the possibility of bringing the Vashta Nerada back but as you were talking I started thinking about how the Vashta Nerada's motivation to protect their territory can be manipulated by another separate villain who, for example, might use their forest to create paper holiday decorations and distribute them throughout either a historical or modern London. The Doctor shows up, people are dying from mysterious causes, he figures out the missing link, the Mastermind is revealed.

  • Eddy Hudson
    Eddy Hudson 3 bulan yang lalu

    M8 it's really sad that you a matonsic tardis screwdriver thing

  • Gabriel Buse
    Gabriel Buse 3 bulan yang lalu

    Another great one time villain, the Dalek hybrid from Daleks in Manhattan.

  • slagar the cruel 85
    slagar the cruel 85 3 bulan yang lalu

    These villains characters can not be brought practical means. These our not the cyberman and exterminate exterminate there’s not legions of them with multiple ways to bring them back. I’m not going to spell there name wrong and get scolded in the comments but you know who I’m referring to if you seen enough of the show current our the original season with the first doctors:

  • the mad game boy
    the mad game boy 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    The midnight episode was the first episode ever saw

  • the mad game boy
    the mad game boy 3 bulan yang lalu

    Who imprisoned the Beast that might be a good story

  • the mad game boy
    the mad game boy 3 bulan yang lalu

    Time Lord Hunters it might be fun

  • the mad game boy
    the mad game boy 3 bulan yang lalu

    The Flood versus ice Warriors

  • Michael_Liddle
    Michael_Liddle 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    Zombies called The Flood *cough cough* Halo *cough cough*

  • WhiteWolf496
    WhiteWolf496 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    Never ever ever ever bring back the flood... they gave me nightmares for days... Noooo thank you

  • nuclearspark 365
    nuclearspark 365 3 bulan yang lalu +1

    The flood gave me nightmares as a kid

  • Doctor Batman
    Doctor Batman 3 bulan yang lalu

    I don’t think I’d want them to return, but you could bring back the Vashta Nerada but not as the villains. A race - maybe Humans - invade a Vashta Nerada planet for whatever reason and end up trying to exterminate the Vashta Nerada while the Docto
    R tried to keep peace... it it’d still take away from them.

  • george moore
    george moore 3 bulan yang lalu

    the thing with the beast is that it can be played as less of a singular entity than a creature born from the fear and imagination of mankind - it could reappear just as another societies idea of the satan and of evil in general imo. idk tho, what do other people think?

  • Erica Soto
    Erica Soto 3 bulan yang lalu

    The beast and the flood freaked me out the most, so I’m glad to never see them again.

  • Uther Teasdale
    Uther Teasdale 3 bulan yang lalu

    The evil Christmas tree should never come back

    • Uther Teasdale
      Uther Teasdale 3 bulan yang lalu

      Ok then the whisper men Should never return

    • Council of Geeks
      Council of Geeks  3 bulan yang lalu +1

      The title is "Great Doctor Who Villains," not bad seasonal joke weapons.

  • FuturesEnd
    FuturesEnd 3 bulan yang lalu

    I have no idea why anyone wants to see the Midnight entity again - it's like they don't realise what makes them so compelling.

  • A J Rodinsky
    A J Rodinsky 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think that if the Flood does come back, it should be as a bio weapon wielded by a recurring villain like the cybermen or the daleks.

  • Human Person
    Human Person 3 bulan yang lalu

    The tardis sound you use is highly annoying

  • A Voice Crying Out
    A Voice Crying Out 3 bulan yang lalu

    The family of blood can track people. In Avatar:the last airbender, they brought back a villain as a supporting character, all because her pet can track people from miles away, and it worked well.

  • Josh
    Josh 3 bulan yang lalu

    Actually, I'd like the doctor (maybe in an audio) to return to Midnight (the planet) and find that entity thing. That'd be interesting.

  • Josh
    Josh 3 bulan yang lalu

    They COULD bring the species that the family of blood were and do something with timelords or y'know that weird thing.

  • Augustus404
    Augustus404 3 bulan yang lalu

    I would guess that top of the list for Classic Who is Sutekh.
    Pyramids of Mars is a feature of the best Doctor Who stories ever and with good reason but it's so self contained that no attempt to reprise the central villain could ever work.
    In fact as The Doctor was so apparently overmatched by the antagonist and so narrowly averted total disaster any second story would only detract from the first

  • Kiki 281
    Kiki 281 3 bulan yang lalu

    The first 1 minute had nothing in it

  • expertTRAINspotter125
    expertTRAINspotter125 3 bulan yang lalu

    Good villains TO BRING BACK!!!

    (also including recurring villains who we haven't seen for a while, such as the Weeping Angels, or the Sontarans*)
    *yes I know that Strax is a sontaran, but it's been a while still really, but I mean the Sontarans as villains like when they were first introduced into the modern era.

  • yukio playz
    yukio playz 3 bulan yang lalu

    I like doctor who but this is too far. We need to get this guy a grinde... I mean tinder account

  • Till Aebi
    Till Aebi 3 bulan yang lalu

    What about a vilain controlling the vashta nerrada?

  • bob masters
    bob masters 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think with the flood. That prequel idea could work, with some chance of it being convoluted. The ice warriors could be attempting to freeze the flood, and they succeed, only to later find out this was a diversion on the flood's part to distract them away from the true goal. The frozen flood could be what returned in waters of mars, but the rest is up to whatever the writer does.
    The way I could see the Vashta Nerada coming back could work, but would likely take away from the story of the Library. I personally don't like the storyline, or the Vastha Nerada as villains, purely because my favorite part of the Doctor is when he has to outsmart a villain. You don't have to outsmart them because they aren't attempting to outsmart you. That being said. A decent way to bring them back would be (understand I came up with this plot in less than five minutes) to have a scientist studying a creature (they could have a mysterious set-up and then right before the title card be revealed as, *boom*, the Vastha Nerada) that they have been modifying for a war effort or something of the sort, and it has become aggressive. They have a simulated forest for a habitat and have sent in a team for some reason or another. That team has gotten trapped, The Doctor has to save them. It's a basic, somewhat cliched premise, but could work as a set-up to bring them back. In other words, pull a reverse "Alien".
    The others I either can't think of a premise or in the case of the last two I agree that they shouldn't come back at all. I would however like writers to look back at these kinds of villains and build good stories from the prospect of those older stories. The series premier of Jodie Whittaker was so... bland. I fell asleep watching Doctor Who for the first time in years! The villains is given expositional overload and then still doesn't matter. Jodie was good, I like her Doctor so far, but the episode sucked, the "companions" were meh. If they can kill off a character like they did and I just go "wait who was that?" FIVE MINUTES after they die, then it's garbage. So what I think would be great is if they looked back at old one-off villains and said "hey, these kind of scenarios worked, let's use the amazing writing potential we have to make some stories about what we know the viewers want. Is that so much to ask?

  • John Normandale
    John Normandale 3 bulan yang lalu

    I agree with you on the vashta nerada as villains but I would be interested to see a book containing the vashta nerada being smuggled to Earth in the future and trying to contact the doctor for help defending their home Forest planet

  • Lizzie Robinson
    Lizzie Robinson 3 bulan yang lalu

    I agree with everything on this list. I think people underestimate just how much impact you can lose by "Oh, here's these guys again."

  • Hughster B
    Hughster B 3 bulan yang lalu

    I would love to see the beast brought back, it's one of my favourite villains and stories! I feel like it's so mysterious that there could be a huge story arc to bring it back that is so cryptic it doesn't reveal too much more about it, just more of its power.

  • cascandra nobody
    cascandra nobody 3 bulan yang lalu

    I think the midnight entity could be brought back but not necessarily as a villian, what we saw of it was that it could survive on the diamond planet, that it needed to hijack a body to communicate and that it was desperate. It could be a creature that feeds off the radiation that kills most things desperate to find a way to communicate with other cultures so we could see it at a much later point in it's history helping out other races but needing to put on a diamond suit with an internal radiation source to move through the livable areas and still communicating with people through the vaguely unsettling means of controlling their mouth and see the doctors reaction to this and how they deal with having been part of such a misunderstood first encounter. A bit like the episodes where people have cybermen or daleks as servants and the doctor seems mad to them for being so aggressive but with an opposite conclusion.

  • Liam Gosling
    Liam Gosling 3 bulan yang lalu

    But this is my first visit??

  • Thorium Gaming
    Thorium Gaming 3 bulan yang lalu

    *Cough* *cough* The Empty Child *cough* *cough*

  • The Captain
    The Captain 3 bulan yang lalu

    You looks like the guy form Channel Awesome

  • cjermevpg
    cjermevpg 3 bulan yang lalu

    I agree that they shouldn't bring back the Flood, but I do think they could have made a reference to them in 'Empress of Mars'. When they threaten to bring the glacier down, maybe the Doctor could have said, "Bring down tons of ice and rock-- and perhaps the Flood as well."

  • Rachel Zahava
    Rachel Zahava 3 bulan yang lalu

    okay question for the Geeks: can the Tardis get out of a black hole? did that happen ever?

  • Lucas de Andre
    Lucas de Andre 3 bulan yang lalu

    Now, I’ve got one that is not any of the things you asked for. A villain that has become recurring that I’d like to see again.
    The weeping angels. We’ve seen them over and over, and what they do is all pretty well established, and even getting old. But I think there could be a story unlike the others. Something that tells us where they came from, what they really are, or were, aeons ago. But not just an origin story for the sake of origin story. Something tragic and unexpected, that tugs at our emotions. Maybe to see something great become something so terrible, and the Doctor (and, by default, the audience) powerless to stop it, and maybe even responsible, but maybe also unwillingly responsible. Not an episode that would make them scary again, but something sad. Something with wich we would look back at the other Angel episodes and feel deeply troubled, even sad, knowing what and where they came from, and sorry, for the Angels themselves.

  • Lucas de Andre
    Lucas de Andre 3 bulan yang lalu

    For the beast, I had a bit of an idea. Something of a prequel, but in it, the Doctor ends up, in some way, being the very cause/origin of it. It wouldn’t be the villain, but rather something that happens by the end, and the Doctor is forced to leave, and all we know is, at some point, we know it ends up trapped and found by Doctor 10, maybe even still not knowing what it is