|Best of the Doctor|
|Subject:||Introducing the Eleventh Doctor to North American audiences|
|Originally broadcast on:||BBCA|
|Original release date:||13 August 2011|
|Interviewees:||Scott Adsit, Hugh Douglas, Chris Hardwick, Danielle Harris, Alison Haislip, Scott Ian, Natalie Morales, Eugene Mirman, Amanda Palmer, Adam Rogers, Mark Sheppard Paul F. Tompkins, Reggie Watts|
|Executive producer:||Michael Davies|
|Producers:||David Tuohy (series producer), Craig Jenest, Ben Gruber|
|none||Best of the Monsters|
Main subject Edit
Various celebrities from North America discussed most episodes of Doctor Who, from The Eleventh Hour to A Good Man Goes to War, laying special emphasis on what those episodes told audiences about the character of the Eleventh Doctor.
Additional topics covered Edit
Some thought was also given to the "timey-wimey"-ness of the Moffat approach to Doctor Who storytelling. Likewise, the importance of some aliens and guest stars was considered.
People interviewed Edit
Unusually, the only person even remotely connected to the production of Doctor Who was Mark Sheppard, BBCA's continuity announcer for Doctor Who. The "hook" of this documentary, like the others in this series, was that the interviewees were all Doctor Who fans who were professional entertainers with some degree of success in the American market.
Home video releases Edit
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