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One companion or 2 or more.

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    archangelwho

    [1]Apr 4, 2012
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    Unless it is a real strong companion I like it best when there are at least 2 companions with 3 being the limit. I just feel that it add to the story and gives the writters more options.

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    wildhoney66

    [2]Apr 4, 2012
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    my favorite times with the doctor is like say back in the 60's when there's 3 of them. some may prefer it to being 2 of them but i think the show is a LOT better when there's 3 of them. but i guess everyone has their preference he he

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    CiaraPearson

    [3]May 19, 2012
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    I like more than one because it keeps down the 'let's fall in love with the Doctor' syndrome. At in the new series with David Tennant that was a big thing. While I think he was a wonderful Doctor, I did not like that Rose and then Martha were supposed to be in love with him.

    Edited on 05/19/2012 5:20pm
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    wildhoney66

    [4]May 20, 2012
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    that honestly didn't bother me at all. the Rose storyline i actually liked. but them also having Martha fall in love with him was i gotta admit overkill.



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