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Okay Doctor Who fans check out this very cool infographic including all of The Doctor’s companions from Susan Foreman to Rory Williams. Click here or on the pic for the full-sized version.

[via Geeks of Doom via Online Dating]

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Continuing to rev up to Saturday’s premiere, and look back fondly on Elisabeth Sladen‘s character, here’s “Doctor Who Confidential” showcasing the return of Sarah Jane Smith to the Doctor Who Universe.

The return of Sarah Jane – Dr Who Confidential – BBC sci-fi

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Since Doctor Who returns to the tubes on Saturday, this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday celebrates that crazy man from Gallifrey – The Doctor. And in honor of the passing of Elisabeth Sladen we’ve thrown in a little Sarah Jane love as well. Enjoy!

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All of us here around the office were saddened to hear that Elisabeth Sladen, best known for her role as Sarah Jane Smith on Doctor Who, passed away at the age of 63 after a long battle with cancer. She remains one of my favorite Doctor Who companions of all-time. G’night, Sarah Jane. You will be missed.

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Nice compilation of all of the Doctor Who companions over the years (including the best of the best at 1:48).

Doctor Who: The Companions (All of the Doctor’s companions & friends 1963 -2010)

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Honestly, other than my love for the character (I own more than one likeness of K-9), I don’t have a good reason for posting this. But I’m doing it anyway. Long before The Sarah Jane Adventures the BBC had the idea to spin Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) and K-9 off onto their own series. Thus K-9 and Company was born (and just as quickly disappeared). Here’s the opening sequence to the pilot episode of the the Doctor Who spin-off that never was.

K-9 and Company A Girl’s Best Friend Part 1

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top ten doctor who companions

The Time Lord has traveled space and time for decades, and for almost all of that time, The Doctor has taken a companion or three along for the ride. With American audiences finally getting the chance to see Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead this weekend, beginning the end of David Tennant’s run and introducing us to a new companion, it seemed like as good a time as any to take a look back. Here, in my humble opinion, are Doctor Who’s Top Ten Companions (with apologies Captain Jack and Tegan who just missed the cut).

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