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    I don't watch Doctor Who, I just know the basic premise and have Whovians as friends.

    Not sure why there hasn't been a female doctor yet. And they're all white guys too, aren't they? Yeeesh.

    I don't really have names to offer, but I love Helen Mirren to death. I wish she was my mom. (Uh, sorry mom -- but we're discussing Helen Mirren!) Not sure about her being the Doctor, but she's an asset to whatever she's in. it would be great to see her even in a supporting role.
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    i love the concept... but... one has to stand for tradition...





    so how about Polly Walker? seriously, i know she's not a ball full of dazzling eccentric, but i think she could sort of of do to doctor who what William Hartnell brought to the character as the first doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Buck McFate View Post
    I kinda like the article’s mention of Jennifer Saunders, too. Though I have mixed feelings about Emma Watson (she’s got a little too much of some characteristic that I think the current Doctor Who episodes are sorta drowning in, though I don’t know how to describe it.)
    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    So yeah having a female (a real feminine one and NOT A COOL AND SEXY MYSTIQUE ONE) would add to the show by taking pace off the show, building character and adding to the story than to the doctor's lines.
    If you're looking for someone who is feminine, quirky, operating at a more leisurely pace, and you like the Harry Potter cast, how about Evanna Lynch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    If you're looking for someone who is feminine, quirky, operating at a more leisurely pace, and you like the Harry Potter cast, how about Evanna Lynch?
    She's 'good' though a bit too young I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    She's 'good' though a bit too young I believe.
    Yes, she is young, but just a year younger than Emma Watson. Just depends on what flavor one wants in the new doctor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Yes, she is young, but just a year younger than Emma Watson. Just depends on what flavor one wants in the new doctor.
    Emma watson is too young too but she could appear mature if she wants to and has a sort of a charismatic personality. Add to it she looks beautifully-sexy. Wait I think i have a crush on her . However I don't know whether she would take pace off the show as I desire. In that sense whom you suggested would be better. Anyway I would still prefer someone who is in her late 20s or early 30s or even someone who is above 40s (preferably beautiful and nothing like that sung woman).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Emma watson is too young too but she could appear mature if she wants to and has a sort of a charismatic personality. Add to it she looks beautifully-sexy. Wait I think i have a crush on her . However I don't know whether she would take pace off the show as I desire. In that sense whom you suggested would be better. Anyway I would still prefer someone who is in her late 20s or early 30s or even someone who is above 40s (preferably beautiful and nothing like that sung woman).
    Any suggestions?

    I'm not sure I would want a doctor who was a real beauty, though. I think that would be too distracting, or too much a change from what the doctor has historically been about throughout his (and maybe her?) lifetimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Any suggestions?I'm not sure I would want a doctor who was a real beauty, though. I think that would be too distracting, or too much a change from what the doctor has historically been about throughout his (and maybe her?) lifetimes.
    Yes true. The actress you suggested is really pretty too. A bit too cute/adorable, which is why I was thinking she was too young. So far though non of the actors were George Clooneys they were sexy in their own ways especially the last three. However they were never a distraction. Yes yes I do see how using someone as sexy as kim kardashian could be a distraction but if projected in a way that doesn't emphasize too much on her sexiness even she could be a good choice. Could you imagine someone as sexy as her being cast in a traditionally feminine isfj way (a female version of dr.watson in the series sherlock) or in an sexy yet a bit clumsy/awkward infp way? I sincerely think it would work. So sexy is not an issue. Infact it would be great. The males would want/die to be the companion in their imagination.

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    i was actually looking at Tilda Swinton the other day. that movie Constantine where she played gabriel. she does creepy well.
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