In case any of you didn't know, I'm a gigantic Doctor Who fan. I've been a Doctor Who fan since I was a child. I was introduced to Doctor Who by my dad. At first, I didn't care for it. But soon I fell hopelessly in love with this quirky British science fiction television show. My dad and I used to spend our Saturday mornings watching Doctor Who while my mom and sister occasionally went to church. My dad had taped a bunch of episodes when it used to come on PBS, so had a decent amount of episodes to watch. And we have some great episodes on tape. We had every Doctor on tape except (this was before the New Series mind you) the First and Second Doctors.
The reason why I like Doctor Who so much is because of the Doctor himself. The Doctor is my nearly perfect idea of a hero. He is ultra smart and solves most problems using that intelligence instead of brute force. There are times when he uses brute force, but those are usually last resorts. He also uses his force of personality to solve problems and get people on his side. If the Doctor doesn't know the answer to the problem, he'll figure it out. The Doctor also is a force for good and has a strong moral sense. He hates to see injustice and will almost always fight it. But I also enjoy it when the Doctor acts like a cosmic chess player, moving pieces around the board to fight evil. This comes up more in the Seventh Doctor novels, but it is really interested to read about.
I also like Doctor Who because it involves time travel which has always been one of my favorite sci-fi concepts. The TARDIS is such a cool idea for an alien spacecraft. I don't think I would have ever though of a ship that could travel through time and space and was also bigger on the inside than it was on the outside. Only in the 1960's could someone have come up with that idea (well, not really, but it's fun to think that).
Well, that's it for now. I might turn this into a series when new things come to my mind. Good day!