|The Eleventh Doctor|
|Portrayed By||Matt Smith|
|Aliases|| The Raggedy Doctor|
|First Appearance||The End of Time|
|Last Appearance||The Christmas Special 2013|
|Series||5, 6, 7(parts one and two) (Revival Series)|
|Companion(s)|| Amy Pond|
|Next Doctor||Peter Capaldi'|
|See Also||The Doctor|
The Eleventh Doctor is the Eleventh Incarnation of the Gallifreyan Time Lord The Doctor. His often erratic and excitable demeanour makes him one of the most alien incarnations of the Doctor yet, but has retained his desire to save the universe from it's villains. Very shortly after Regenerating he met his female companion Amy Pond, and later, Rory Williams.
 RegenerationTenth Doctor absorbing a massive amount of harmful radiation. Due to this this particular regeneration was more violent and caused severe damage to the TARDIS.
This incarnations first priority was to assure he had all his body parts in the right place, presumably because of the violent nature of the regeneration a mutation could have occur (much like the affects of having an aborted regeneration). His first line as this incarnation was "Legs! I've got legs! Good" after which he comically kissed his knees in relief. He does this all over his body including doing such things as counting his fingers. For a brief moment he also thought he was female until he realised the presence of his Adam's apple. He comments that hes had worse when fumbling with his nose and chin, he also seems somewhat bemoaned with the fact he is not ginger (Which the previous incarnation was also displeased with).
After his body check it took him awhile to realise the extent of the damage the TARDIS had undergone, when he saw the flames he seemed to enjoy the ride, shouting "Geronimo!" as he plummets down to Earth.
This certain incarnation of the Doctor has long, dark hair with the length originally causing himself to think he was female, but quickly confirmed this to be false due to the presence of his adams apple, still irked that he wasn't ginger. He commented on his large chin of which he didn't initially take a liking to, and has green eyes. When commenting on his nose and stated that he'd had worse.
The Eleventh Doctor wears a brown tweed jacket, suspenders, black trousers, and, of course, his signature red bowtie. which he often refers to as "cool."
 Habits and Quirks
After the damage done to the TARDIS due to his regeneration, this too underwent a sort of metamorphosis. Whilst it's interior was radically changed, the exterior also experiences some changes.The interior is now much bigger and has many floors; the Doctor also states there is a swimming pool and library in there somewhere. The center console has also had a new re-design with a more glassy effect to it. Most notable of these changes is that to the right door in which is emblazoned with a St. John's Ambulance symbol, resembling that of the initial design of the TARDIS.The TARDIS is also is darker shade of blue and the window design is different from the previous TARDIS.
 Behind the Scenes
Smith was revealed as the Doctor in a special episode of Doctor Who Confidential on Saturday, 3rd January. The 11th Doctor was hotly tipped to be either Chiwetel Ejiofor or Paterson Joseph (who starred as Rodrick in Bad Wolf). Matt was an unknown until the night before he was revealed, when someone placed a large bet on him, drawing attention to his casting.
Hello, Stonehenge! Who takes the Pandorica, takes the universe! But, bad news, everyone, 'cause guess who! Ha! Listen, you lot! You're all whizzing about. It's really very distracting. Could you all just stay still a minute, because I! AM! TALKING!! Now the question of the hour is, "Who's got the Pandorica?" Answer: I do. Next question: Who's coming to take it from me? Come on! Look at me! No plan, no back-up, no weapons worth a damn! Oh, and something else I don't have: Anything to lose! So, if you're sitting up there in your silly little spaceships, with all your silly little guns, and you've got any plans on taking the Pandorica tonight, just remember who's standing in your way! Remember every black day I ever stopped you! And then, AND THEN... do the smart thing: Let somebody else try first. That should keep them squabbling for half an hour.
The Doctor: [aiming gun at the ceiling] Didn't anyone ever tell you? There's one thing you never put in a trap — if you're smart, if you value your continued existence, if you have any plans about seeing tomorrow — there's one thing you never — ever put in a trap. Angel Bob: And what would that be, sir? The Doctor: Me. [fires gun]
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