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The Babes of Doctor Who
  • November 06, 2013 : 07:11
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THE RANI (KATE O'MARA): The Rani (Kate O’Mara) is the only Time Lady on our list, and she’s also the only non-companion; she has her own TARDIS. We don’t usually go for big hair and shoulder pads, but they work for her. She may have been an evil genius biochemist, but we would have let her experiment on us! In this video the Seventh Doctor wakes up in her lab after regenerating.

GRACE HOLLOWAY (DAPHNE ASHBROOK): The Eighth Doctor only appeared in one TV movie, so lucky for us he chose the smart and sexy cardiologist Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook) to be his companion. Not only did Grace save his life, she’s the first companion to share a real kiss with the Doctor. In this video she turns down his offer to come with him after their adventure but asks him to stay with her on Earth.

ROSE TYLER (BILLIE PIPER): For many people who never saw the original series, Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) was their first companion, and she starts out as arguably the most normal: a working-class shopgirl from London with no special abilities or training. In this video the Ninth Doctor tries to sacrifice himself to save Rose’s life, but she isn’t willing to let him.

MARTHA JONES (FREEMA AGYEMAN): The second medical doctor on our list, the brilliant and sassy Martha Jones’ (Freema Agyeman) adventures included meeting William Shakespeare and, after she left the TARDIS, working for supersecret government agencies UNIT and Torchwood. In this video she saves the Doctor’s bacon from an alien infection.

AMY POND (KAREN GILLAN)There are plenty of women from the Eleventh Doctor’s time that could have claimed a place on this list, but in the end we had to go with Amy Pond (Karen Gillan), the fiery redhead with the Scottish accent who traveled with him for two and a half seasons. Watch her get attacked by the remnants of a Cyberman in the video below.

The Eleventh Doctor’s time is almost at an end, and we can’t wait to see where the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi) will go and which babes will join him in the TARDIS. Watch the trailer for the 50th Anniversary Special below and tune in November 23rd on BBC America to watch "The Day of the Doctor."

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