5 Best 'Doctor Who' Episodes
The 5 best "Doctor Who" Episodes are just a few of this epic British science fiction series. The program ran from 1963 to 1989 and had eleven actors play Doctor Who. The show returned in 2005 with the episode "Rose" and has continued through 2010. Below are the best "Doctor Who" episodes.
- Blink: From season three, "Blink" is one of the best "Doctor Who" episodes. A group of statues in the form of angels crying who are also very terrifying appear to be menacing the central character Sally Sparrow. Dr. Who is stuck in the past and can only give warnings to Sparrow of a certain threat in her present.
- Human Nature and Family of Blood: Another episode from season three, "Human Nature" and "Family of Blood" are also the best "Doctor Who" episodes. On the run from The Family of Blood, Dr. Who transforms himself into a human being and becomes a school teacher in 1913. The Family of Blood discover what Dr. Who has done and where he is hiding. Plus, Dr. Who falls in love with another human being. Thrills, chills, adventure and action are packed into these episodes.
- Inferno: From the original series, "Inferno" is one of the best "Doctor Who" episodes. This is a seven part fable of what powers could be unleashed if the planet is messed with. A parallel universe is used in this episode as Dr. Who watches the destruction of Earth while on the parallel universe.
- City of Death: A four part story with the highest number of viewers in the entire shows history make "City of Death" one of the best "Doctor Who" episodes. The story is about the plot to steal the Mona Lisa. The cast of stars in this episode make it the most entertaining story for non-fans to watch.
- Love & Monsters: From season two, "Love & Monsters" is one of the best "Doctor Who" episodes. People who have had an encounter with Dr. Who come together to form a group and try to track the Doctor. The bond between the group becomes more fraternal until an alien infiltrates the group. The Doctor intervenes and stops the alien but at the cost of many members of the group.