I was witness to Doctor Who's PBS premiere October 1977, it was the story ROBOT, and i loved it at first sight. I went on to see uncountable hours of it, (im probably in the BBC records as the most prolific viewer in the U.S.) and studdied it to exccess. I must confess that i did have mixed feelings about the show that came back a few years ago, I liked Eccleston and i liked Billy Piper (i made a point to tell her that the first chance i got). But while Tennant had some good episodes i tend to remember the bad ones more clearly. Doctor Who lost much of it's magic due to RTDs refinneggling it into what he wanted it to say, we can only hope that the change in producer will set things strait.
Sadly, I've come to look less and less like either David.
I've also come to find myself falling out of love with "Who." No, it's nothing to do with Jodie Whittaker's announcement as the new Doctor; it's more that I just don't really have as much time as I used to have for it!