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From: Moose , 20 months, post #21
Also when the 2nd doctor was shown his choices for his next regeneration one of them was a woman

From: guest (Just me) , 20 months, post #22

Thanks for the link. I know nothing about Dr. Who, and thought that maybe the new doctor just started a new, not knowing who the were before.

It seems the new doctor is quite aware that he is now a she.

Hope they dig deeper into the differences she now experiences.

From: JayGee , 20 months, post #23
If I want to start watching Dr Who, should I start from the 1st season of the old ones from the 1970's, or the more recent reboot, or later on in the series?

From: Air Gear , 20 months, post #24
You can start with the first episode of the revival in 2005 ("Rose") with Christopher Eccleston but 2010's "The Eleventh Hour" with Matt Smith is also a good place to begin.

From: guest (The Doctor) , 20 months, post #25
They were all male Moose.

From: guest (not a watcher) , 9 months, post #26
has anyone seen any good TG comments of clips from the new regeneration?

Also, does the doctor usually comment on anything about his new body? I feel like the writers are going to purposely not have him comment on his body just to show it doesn’t affect anything, but i feel like that is a but annoying

From: guest (crin) , 9 months, post #27
@not a watcher{/b} #26 " ...does the doctor usually comment on anything about his new body?"

The comments are typically brief, and intended to be humorous. I think Peter Capaldi's was my favorite.

There have been episodes where various regenerations appear together -- the comments they make about each other's appearance/costume are also usually played for humorous effect.

From: Holly Dunn , 9 months, post #28
So far very little acknowledgement of gender change regarding the overall episodes. She mostly just behaves as if she has been female forever.

From: guest (crin) , 9 months, post #29
man -- wish there was an edit option. screwed up the HTML tag and now it looks like I was SHOUTING.

From: Holly Dunn , 9 months, post #30
all good. bold doesn't look like shouting the same way all caps does.

From: Valkan , 9 months, post #31
I was just wondering yesterday if the Dr commented on her new body. Thanks.

From: guest (guest) , 9 months, post #32
Well she said couldn't get used to being called ma'am in Rosa Parks episode.

From: guest (not a watcher) , 9 months, post #33
Thanks everyone - I appreciate it
and thank you guest (guest), that is interesting and I will look to watch that

From: guest (TheStrangeOne2380) , 9 months, post #34
"I feel like the writers are going to purposely not have him comment on his body just to show it doesn’t affect anything, but i feel like that is a but annoying"

More than once, The Doctor has made mention that this isn't her first time in a female body, though it's "been a while." While it's never been SHOWN before, assuming she's not lying (rule #1, the Doctor lies), canon would state that being female wouldn't be a completely unfamiliar experience...

From: guest (JD Riley) , 9 months, post #35
I think it was actually about being a while since she had to buy women's clothing.

From: guest (TheStrangeOne2380) , 9 months, post #36
That was one comment. There have been others, both pre and post her latest regeneration.

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