Doctor Who praises the adventures of a time traveler who saves the universe utilizing a teaspoon and a receptive outlook. However, in light of the fact that the Doctor has two hearts, it doesn’t mean he’s very caring. Here are 10 times the Doctor behaved like a mongrel.
1. Blood Thirsty Bill Hartnell
In the early Doctor Who stories from 1963 and 1964, the Doctor is a mean old man, who might holler at you to get off his garden if he had one. What’s more, he’s shockingly violent. In his first story, he tries to bash a caveman’s brains in with a stone. In his second story, he invests a lot of time persuading the conservative Thals to forsake their decades-long duty to peace and go on a killing spree. This is only to make sure he can recover a crucial piece of his TARDIS, which was lost because of the Doctor’s scheming. In his third story, he tries to toss Ian and Barbara out of the TARDIS while it’s in flight. Fortunately, he then meets Kublai Khan, who shows him to play backgammon, making him somewhat relaxed.
2. Making The Most Of His Rivalry With The Master
Moving forward to 1971, the Doctor’s caught on Earth with many soldiers. Fortunately, he gets some company in the form of a Time Lord named the Master, who’s a rampaging psycho killer. The Doctor enjoys his skirmish of minds against the Master. In fact, towards the end of their first enterprise, the Doctor even looks at the camera and says, “I’m rather looking forward to it,” which means their next meeting. This is in light of the fact that the Doctor appreciates watching UNIT troopers get slaughtered. The Doctor traps the Master on Earth for a little while, and later discovers loads of reasons to give the Master a chance to escape, so he can execute many of the Doctor’s companions.