Second Doctor: Mention the Third Doctor
Third Doctor: Mention the Second Doctor
Jack: Tell him he's not allowed to flirt with someone
I personally don't really see the 4.5 billion years as counting. The episode says that each version of the Doctor was made from him how he was directly after Face the Raven. And for most of Heaven Sent, he doesn't have any memory of his other clones' lives which is why he has to leave the the "bird" clue (seriously doctor? that's your very vague and confusing clue? way to make it difficult). But then he gets to the special wall and suddenly he does remember because reasons. Perhaps the dying Doctor transferred his memories into the younger doctor's head and the wall was the trigger? But a transfer of memories doesn't mean the "reset" doctor lived the same years.
Also, Big Finish's Eighth Doctor Adventures does feature the Eight Doctor living 600(?) years on one planet, so we at least know that he lived quite a while.
Not unless you count Resolution as part of Series 11
Rory (I know he's not on the list but he was too great not to mention)
Moffat had great stand alones and is no doubt a skilled writer, but he was terrible at story arcs and just disappointed time and again. RTD was kind of the opposite; most of his stand alones were so-so (apart from Midnight, which was a brilliant study in human nature while still having a compelling story with a fascinating & creepy villain), but his story arcs were a lot better and very rarely fell flat. I also felt that RTD handled his companions much better.
Chibnall is just kind of in the middle. Not a lot of highs but not a lot of lows either. Personally I think he did better in Torchwood.
Also, I have the totally random headcanon that Shona from Last Christmas worked at Henrik's with Rose.
The Meta-crisis Doctor will become the Valeyard.
Also, don't feel like you have to watch the whole serial in one hit. The stories were originally meant to be watched in parts, which does affect the narrative somewhat. I personally need at least two sittings to get through The War Games (which is ten parts).
None of them, really, but I guess seeing as the others all end with a regeneration (which would be a terrible way to end the series), I guess I would say The Day of the Doctor. Plus, the ending monologue had a bit of the same vibes as the one from Survival.
@Epsilon the Eternal ah so you did. My bad, I didn't look that far back. Though that was a while ago and we have received an update since then (aka this very thread), so maybe another request is in order? Hopefully someone from fandom staff will give us an update soon, even if it's to say they are still working on it.
The Second Doctor.
From what I've read of the discussion (which is admittedly not much), I think there are a few lines from EU novels and/or novelisations which suggest they are the same character. Not enough for me to accept them as the same character but, because of the wiki's neutral point of view policy, the suggestion is seen as valid. Just another joy of trying to keep a record of a 60 year old fandom that consists of hundreds of stories told over several different mediums by different writers with different ideas.
I understand the frustration, but I agree that we shouldn't be judging, especially with everything that's going on in the world. Has anyone actually tried to contact him and nicely ask for an update? I feel like that would be more productive than complaining about it in a thread.
Something else I have noticed, though I'm not completely sure if this is due to the move or not, new users don't seem to get a welcome message on their talk page anymore. This is a bit troubling as, without it, they don't really have any way to know the policies without having their edits constantly undone (which is discouraging). Does anybody know if this feature is coming back at all?
The Magician's Apprentice was brilliant, but The Witch's Familiar was a real let down. The end result ends up being an overall story that is just very meh.
So I finally found where my following pages went to. If anybody is interested (if you all haven't figured it out yourselves already), it's now called a "watchlist" and you can view/edit it by going to "My Preferences".
I have also noticed that if you try and edit an infobox with the visual editor, it automatically adds all the blank sections into the source. While this doesn't effect the page visually, it's still a little annoying.