The rumor mill is all aflutter that Chris Chibnail and Jodie Whittaker have left or been fired from Dr. Who by the BBC. Is it real or is it wishful thinking by those who hate the Woke Who? Brainmuffin reviews some articles. What do you think?
So I composed a "Theme" for the 7th Doctor of the british Science Fiction Show "Doctor Who" because I could.
The seventh Doctor ran three years from 1987-1989 and had a short appearance in the 1996 TV movie. Since back then TV was not made the way it is made today the old Doctors don't have themes for their incarnations.
I made videos where I re-edited serials from the 7th Doctor into the style of new Doctor Who episodes and I decided to put this theme in. You can ask me for the new Who styled 45 minute episodes ;)
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I long predicted mass exodus of one time fans from "Doctor Who" and I prepared for that day! Well, given the mass rants on 'Youtube' and like and the nose dive ratings regarding the series I once loved... I am here with the 'rescue package!' There is a viable and better alternative to "Doctor Who" with great characters, incredible stories, masses of imagination and stories that transcend time space and what you think are the limits of your imagination. It's worth it! I never looked back! [Horrible grammar used - I have a terrible fever right now!]
An unknown force pulls the TARDIS off course and forces it to land on an unknown planet. Whilst exploring with Ian, the Doctor recognises the planet as Vortis; however, the presence of several moons in the sky of the normally moonless planet puzzles him.
With the TARDIS stuck at the bottom of a cliff, the First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright, and Vicki have installed themselves in an unoccupied Roman villa. As the Doctor and Ian recline, Barbara and Vicki walk to a nearby Roman village. They are spotted by two slave traders, Didius and Sevcheria.
Sensing that the Doctor is highly intelligent, the Daleks leave a device in the cell with the prisoners which the Doctor solves, enabling them to escape. However, the Daleks are laying in wait and recapture them.
Ian is investigating the interior of a discarded matchbox when someone picks it up. That someone is a government scientist called Farrow who is visiting a callous industrialist named Forester to tell him that his application for a new insecticide called DN6 has been rejected as it is far too deadly to all forms of insect life.
Despite indications of a malfunction in the TARDIS, its fault locator shows nothing is wrong and that it is safe to go outside. The Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan consequently explore the vicinity, finding the remains of giant earthworm and ant, which appear to have died instantaneously. The travellers realise they have returned to Earth but have shrunk to the height of an inch.
Susan's telepathic mind is flooded with the many voices of the Sensorites who remain scared of the humans and are trying to communicate with her. Meanwhile, the Doctor calculates that the Sensorites attacked the human craft because John, a mineralogist, had discovered a vast supply of molybdenum on Sense-Sphere.
The Sensorites visit and stop the travellers from leaving while sending them on a collision course, which the Doctor diverts. The travellers then meet Carol's fiancé John, whose mind has been broken by the Sensorites.
The TARDIS crew land on a spaceship, where they meet crew members Captain Maitland and Carol Richmond, who are on an exploration mission from Earth and are orbiting Sense-Sphere. However, its inhabitants, the Sensorites, refuse to let them leave orbit.
The TARDIS crew arrive in Mexico in the 15th century. With the TARDIS trapped in a tomb, Barbara is mistaken for a female reincarnation of the ancient high priest Yetaxa, and assumes her guise and identity.