I like the new Doctor Who, but maybe next time, it would be cool if he regenerated as a fiesty old woman…

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I don’t only say this because it is obviously time to take the sexism out of this important role. I also think that it would add a whole new dimension to the show. Shake things up a little. Besides, it would be hilarious. She could find some boy-toy to lug around the universe with her.

I suppose it doesn’t have to be an older woman. A young girl with some attitude could be funny too…

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15 Responses to I like the new Doctor Who, but maybe next time, it would be cool if he regenerated as a fiesty old woman…

  1. Pingback: Uh, a female Dr. Who… I posted this back in 2014… just sayin’… | Pouring My Art Out

  2. benzeknees says:

    I think it would be great to have a strong young woman play the part of The Doctor.

  3. Paul says:

    That’s a really neat idea Art. Whoo Ha! Bring her on.

  4. JUST YES. YES oh my word i would LOVE to see the Doctor as a woman. We got a taste of it when Donna Noble temporarily shared brain waves with Ten, and I loved it. I’d at least like to meet a lady time lord with as much sass as the Doctor.

  5. msmonsterful says:

    At first I thought you were doing a mash up of “Doctor Who” and “The Meaning of Life”

  6. Al says:

    Haha excellent. There was a sketch over here a few years back where the doctor kept regenerating and eventually regenerated into Joanna Lumley, don’t know if she is big in the states, but she’s a well known actress over here, and she found a new use for the sonic screwdriver.. Take a look

    • I know her… wait… that looks a little like the new doctor as the bad guy… but yeah, absolutely fabulous… Bond girl… and so on.

      • Al says:

        Yes. That’s Jonathon Pryce as the bad guy. He plays the bad guy in the Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies. Lumley was also one of the New Avengers in the 70s which why had to call our film Avengers Assemble, so it wouldn’t be mistaken for the 1960’s series The Avengers. I loved that sketch though. They do one every year in November as well for our national charity, Children in Need. The second one was called Time Crash and it was Peter Davison’s Doctor meeting David Tennant’s Doctor. All very amusing, especially as David Tennant is now married to Peter Davison’s daughter, who happened to play The Doctor’s Daughter in the episode of the same name.

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