First things first: Nine departs and Ten arrives. Nine’s goodbye to Rose is wonderful.
The Doctor: Rose… before I go, I just want to tell you: you were fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. And do you know what? [Pause] So was I!
It was so beautiful. The way he just BURST into a light of energy and regenerated. And then we got Ten. If you couldn’t already tell, I love Ten. Oh, Barty Crouch. But as much as I love Ten (and the general relationship with Rose) I hate that they brought in the romantic aspect of their relationship. It was completely unnecessary. Which is kind of why this is one of my favourite episodes: it marks the last time that there isn’t really any obvious romantic aspect between the two. This also introduces us to the whole regeneration process. By us, I mean the new generation of viewers.
Bad Wolf has been one of my favourite storylines
I am the Bad Wolf. I create myself. I take the words, I scatter them in time and space. A message to lead myself here.
I honestly didn’t notice that the words were scattered in several episodes throughout the first series. It was so ‘Bad’ Ass. It’s the last part of a two-parter episode which features a number of British game shows with a futuristic twist.