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      Doctor Who (2006)

      Season 2

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      Episodes

      • 1. New Earth

        Air date: Apr 15, 2006

        The Doctor and Rose board the Tardis and visit mankind's new home but they find gruesome secrets in a luxury hospital.

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      • 2. Tooth and Claw

        Air date: Apr 22, 2006

        The Doctor and Rose travel back to 1879, but an encounter in the Scottish Highlands with Queen Victoria and a band of warrior monks reveals a deadly trap.

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      • 3. School Reunion

        Air date: Apr 29, 2006

        The Doctor investigates a haunted London school and runs into an old friend.

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      • 4. The Girl in the Fireplace

        Air date: May 6, 2006

        Madame de Pompadour finds the court at Versailles under attack by sinister clockwork killers and her only hope of salvation lies with the Doctor.

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      • 5. Rise of the Cybermen

        Air date: May 13, 2006

        Rose discovers that her father is still alive on a parallel Earth.

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      • 6. The Age of Steel

        Air date: May 20, 2006

        The Cybermen take control of London and start converting the populace; Jackie falls under Lumic's control; the Doctor, Rose and Mickey are reduced to fugitives.

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      • 7. The Idiot's Lantern

        Air date: May 27, 2006

        It is 1953 and the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II is taking place, but beneath the celebrations there are rumours of monsters on the streets.

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      • 8. The Impossible Planet

        Air date: Jun 3, 2006

        Rose is trapped in the orbit of a black hole; something ancient beneath the planet's surface begins to awaken.

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      • 9. The Satan Pit

        Air date: Jun 10, 2006

        As Rose battles the murderous Ood, the Doctor finds his every belief being challenged to the core as the Pit beckons.

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      • 10. Love & Monsters

        Air date: Jun 17, 2006

        A man named Elton is plunged into a world of living nightmares when he becomes obsessed with the Doctor, Rose and their mysterious blue box.

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      Cast & Crew

      David Tennant
      Billie Piper
      Danny Webb
      Shaun Dingwall
      Will Thorp
      Camille Coduri
      Shaun Parkes
      Noel Clarke
      Colin Spaull
      Roger Lloyd-Pack
      Raji James
      Ronny Jhutti
      Paul Kasey
      Gabriel Woolf
      Silas Carson
      Euros Lyn
      Dan Zelf
      Julie Gardner
      Russell T. Davies

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      • Jul 02, 2023
        I don't rate it as highly as it seems most do, but it's highlights (in particular The Impossible Planet/Satan Pit two-parter) are near perfect. Rose was a better character when paired with Chris, and the Rose/10 dynamic gets old quickly, which is a shame because Rose was SO perfect for 9
      • Jan 05, 2023
        Roses fairwell is what really caps this season off but it lies among a see of forgettable episodes.
      • Dec 22, 2022
        While not a bad season by any stretch of the word, series 2 sees Doctor who enter a bit of a sophmore slump for its revived era. The first 6 episodes live up to the high bar set by series 1, whether that be in quality or overall fun & entertainment. David is instantly charming and wins you over almost immediately. (Yes his constant flirting with rose is tiring but I think the payoff of having their flamboyant nature be the cuase of their permanent separation does make it barable) and the return of the cybermen is well done. But after that it really falls of the rails. The staten pit 2-parter is phenomenal and the finally is gut wrenching. But the rest of the stories are pretty lame. Atleast the lame stories in series 1 advanced the plot and/or developed the universe. As bad as the slitheen were they were crucial to the SJA so that is universe building. But here their so bad, "fear her" & "idiots lantern" are laughably slow & lazy. And "love & Monsters" Is literally designed to be filler. None of them mention torchwood either so they contribute nothing to the center mystery. Which is in my opinion once again very strong, despite being less consistent and constant in where its name dropped. Overall, series 2 is still fun but a far cry from the gold standard set by last year's delivery. Leys hope series 3 can bring things back.
      • Oct 01, 2022
        The Tennant era to many remains the pinnacle of modern Dr Who.
      • Sep 14, 2022
        DT is so wonderful. His love for the show shines out and makes him just perfect as the Doctor. He truly underage part and cares deeply about it.
      • Sep 03, 2022
        great entertainment in a pre identity politics world!
      • May 10, 2022
        David Tennant became my favorite doctor, and this season was where it started. I really enjoyed "the Christmas Invasion" and the way in introduced Tennant and how he would be playing the Doctor. This season also brought "the Girl in the Fireplace" which I consider one of the top 5 Doctor who episodes ever. Amazing!
      • May 09, 2022
        About on par with season 3. I really liked this Doctor. This season was FUN!
      • Apr 24, 2022
        Doctor Who Series 2 shines as a brilliant beacon of what's possible on television. If ever a man was born to play the role, David Tennant is that man. We might all have our fave faces for the mercurial Time Lord but not since Tom Baker has an actor so effortlessly inhabited the zeitgeist of a generation. Billie Piper is excellent as his true co-star Rose. The chemistry between them sizzles! The production team also found their footing after a difficult opening year. This isn't just when Doctor Who took off, this is when it soared!
      • Oct 09, 2021
        Series 2 introduced us to the best version of The Doctor to ever be seen. David Tennet was amazing.

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