The Women of Doctor Who

Synopsis: Behind every great time lord there's a great woman. Whether they're busting Daleks or the Doctor's ego, the women of Doctor Who prove that you don't need testosterone to save the universe.
Genre: Documentary
45 min


I just want a mate.

You just want

to mate?!

I just want

a mate.

The women

of The Who universe

are all strong,


and independent.

They're all different

kinds of people.

Sometimes they're

good guys,


they're bad guys,

sometimes they're


They've been a friend,

they've been an admirer --

You'd better come running, you got it?

Got it.

They've been a lover --

Shut up.

They're well-rounded and

they're loving and loyal.

There's always


unique and special

about each one of them.

They tend to be

proper characters.

Pretty adventurous,

pretty bold, pretty brave.

They're never drips.

That was

two years ago!

Every woman who encounters

the Doctor is

in love with him

in a different way.

It's like there are

as many

different types of love

as there are

women who encounter

the Doctor.

That is the one thing

that the Doctor

never has control over, right?

The ladies in his life.

I'll soon fix that.

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The Women of Doctor Who

Back in the day,

the "Doctor Who"

female person who was with him

was called an "assistant."

These days, they're

called a "companion."

I think they are different,

I think they're much more

involved in the action.

All the companions get a sniff

of what the Doctor's up to

and they're like "I'm in.

Take me. Let's do this."

I think you've got to

have some real gumption

to be a companion

of the Doctor.

When the Doctor

was reinvented and rebranded

for a new generation,

it was "Well, who's

going to be the companion?"

I think Rose Tyler was

kind of the perfect

casting choice.

She was gorgeous, smart,

funny, feisty.

She's, like,

a working-class shopgirl.

She has a very

average life

and then

she meets the Doctor

and he sees

something in her.

Rose is smarter than

she gives herself credit for.

Wiser than, like, the

neighborhood she comes from.

I thought it was

a warning.

Maybe it's

the opposite.


it's a message!

The same words

written down now,

and 200,000 years

in the future.

It's a link between me

and the Doctor --

"Bad Wolf" here,

"Bad Wolf" there.

Yeah, but if it's a message,

what's it saying?

It's telling me

I can get back!

I really thought she was just

kind of this ditzy shopgirl,

you know, blonde,

you know,

was hot in high school,

then really didn't go on

to do anything much,

after that

and then turns out to be

one of the most badassed

"Who" girls of all time.

I'm not into blondes,


She's a wonderfully

refreshing heroine

that sets the standard for

heroines in other Sci-Fi series.

I think what she said

and what she did

almost came second

to the fact that

she was incredibly hot.

I dunno,

find a planet,

get a job,

live a life --

same as the rest of

the Universe.

Pfft, I'd have to

settle down.

Get a house or something,

a proper house --

She was

an extraordinary,

open, receptive


I think she was in love

with the Doctor

long before

she ever realized

she had that

affection for him.


Oh, yes.

I'm dying,

that's it.

I am dying.

It is all over.

What about me? I'd

have to get one, too.

I don't know,

it could...

Could be the same one,

we could both --

I dunno...

share. Or not,

you know, whatever.

I dunno, we'll sort something out.


We'll see.

It was about the Doctor

and Rose.

It wasn't ""Doctor Who,"

it was "the Doctor & Rose,"

like "Lois & Clark."

As a fan of the old show,

I didn't like the idea

of him having

a romance because

he doesn't see us

in that way.

He's a different


But I guess we found out

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