Which Doctor Who was the funniest on Doctor Who?

July 2, 2021 0 Comments

The title says it all.

As you may have guessed, we’re talking about Doctor Who: The Adventures of the Time Lords.

The episode takes place in an alternate universe where the Time Lord War has broken out, and the Doctor has to work as a security guard.

The title of the episode is the same as in the main show, which is a little hard to believe when you read the title, but it’s not really the case.

In fact, the episode has no title at all.

It’s actually called the ‘Inflatable Spray Booth’ and it’s a joke that was meant to be a joke, but in fact, it’s meant to lampoon Doctor Who.

The idea of a spray booth is a clever one; why not make a Doctor Who episode with one?

That’s why we’re making it a Doctor Whovian joke, as the name suggests.

But the premise of the gag is the perfect way to do it.

And the name of the show itself is a perfect metaphor for what the episode actually does.

It turns out that the Doctor’s job is to spray a ‘spray’ of chemicals onto the unsuspecting humans who walk in to the shop.

The name of that episode comes from the Doctor, as he is the only one who knows how to spray anything.

But what exactly is the Doctor doing at a spray store?

Well, the show is a lot of fun to watch, and it shows that the name ‘The Time Lords’ is just the name the show uses to refer to the Time Patrol.

However, the name also comes from a real-life crime.

On October 6, 1986, a man named William “Bill” Stebbins, Jr. (played by Peter Capaldi) was arrested for selling a ‘gas can’ of cyanide.

He was convicted, and was sentenced to death.

After a failed escape attempt, Stebbsons murder spree left his accomplices behind, and when he was captured, he was forced to take a cyanide injection.

When the Doctor was forced by his captors to help them dispose of the cyanide, he accidentally inhaled the gas, which caused him to lose consciousness.

After being revived, the Doctor found himself in an empty room in an old train station.

In this room, he found a man wearing a Doctor’s costume and a mask.

The man was Dr. John Smith, the doctor who is supposed to be the Doctor and is in charge of the train station’s security.

In a desperate bid to save his friend and colleague, the new Doctor and Smith are forced to go back to the Doctor.

However the Doctor quickly discovers that Smith and his accomplice are actually the Time Guardians.

The Doctor, along with Smith and the two Time Guardians, escape.

When they come across a group of Time Guardians who were still alive, they all kill them.

This prompts the Doctor to question why he is still here, and why Smith and all of the other Time Guardians were still around.

In the end, the group escapes and travels back to their planet, the Time of Angels.

However they eventually discover that Smith’s death was a suicide.

The new Doctor takes the name John Smith and goes back to being the Doctor while Smith’s companions die and the Time Travelers die.

The story has a lot going for it.

It has some good humor, which I appreciate, and there’s a lot to do with the Doctor WhOVian concept of the name Smith.

It also shows that it’s possible to make a joke with an obvious reference, like a name that has a direct link to the story.

It works because there are only three possible names: Smith, Smiths, and Smiths.

So there’s nothing wrong with this joke.

It just feels like a little bit of a stretch to call the episode ‘Doctor Who’ as a joke.

However I think it’s funny, and a fun gag to make.