The Eleventh Doctor


Actor: Matt Smith

First Appearance: The End of TIme – January 1, 2010

Last Appearance: 2013 Christmas Special (Unnamed) – December 25, 2013

Total Appearances: 43 Episodes

Time to Watch: ±33h 40m 46s (through The Name of the Doctor – May 18, 2013)

Companions: Amy Pond, Rory Williams, River Song, Craig Owens, Canton Everett Delaware III, Clara Oswald

Regeneration: TBD. Internet rumors have been hinting at Cybermen, so probably something completely opposite. My theory involves Clara and drowning.

Notable Characteristics: The Eleventh Doctor is brash and lively, lonely and very aware of his reputation as a fierce enemy to his adversaries, but has great affection for his loved ones. Despite being married, he is childish and shows ignorance of adult activities, though there are a few examples of acting his age and becoming grumpy and solitary. He secretly believes himself to be a bad person and harbors vast amounts of self-loathing, while having a rabid curiosity about the mysterious or seemingly impossible. Though chronologically the oldest incarnation to date, the Eleventh Doctor is the youngest physically.

Notable Episode: The Impossible Astronaut & Day of the Moon is a two episode arc from Season Six of the revived series. Following mysterious instructions, Amy and Rory, and River meet in Utah to reunite with the Doctor just in time to witness a terrible secret they must never reveal to him. They travel to 1969 where they are enlisted by President Nixon to assist FBI agent Canton Everett Delaware III in saving a terrified little girl from a mysterious spaceman. Months later they reunite, covered in hash marks, having learned the world is occupied by an alien force that controls humanity with post-hypnotic suggestion, and no one can be trusted. The Doctor must mount a revolution, rescue the little girl, and find out why they took her.

Recipe: Fish Custard

“I know what I need! I need…fish fingers and…custard!” -The Doctor, The Eleventh Hour

Bird’s Custard Powder
Soy milk
Swedish Fish

Follow Bird’s instructions using soy milk.
Once chilled, mix in Swedish Fish.
Serve and enjoy.


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