The Doctor: You can't rule the world in hiding. You've got to come out on the balcony sometimes and wave a tentacle.
Throughout the whole of Doctor Who, the original series and the new series, The Doctor only refers to himself as 'Doctor Who' once - and this was a mistake by William Hartnal, who was getting frail. The end credits originally listed the actor playing the Doctor as 'Doctor Who', but his later changed to mainly using 'The Doctor'. See more...
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|Title||Doctor Who (1963)|
|Original entry||Season 17 had the highest audience viewing figures of any season of Doctor Who. The average audience for Season 17 was 11.2 million viewers. The highest audience viewing figure EVER for any individual Doctor Who episode was part 4 of "City of Death" (first broadcast 20 October 1979) with 16.1 million viewers. However, these figures were artificially boosted by the fact that, at the time, ITV was off the air due to a strike, leaving just the two BBC Channels broadcasting.|