The Oncoming Storm
The Raggedy Doctor
Sir Doctor of TARDIS
The Timeless Child
|First appearance||The Doctor:|
November 23, 1963
Doctor Who, "An Unearthly Child: Episode 1"
June 8, 1974
Doctor Who, "Planet of the Spiders: Episode 6"
June 18, 2005
Doctor Who, "The Parting of the Ways"
|Hair||Brown (Tenth and Fourth)|
|Rap battle information|
|Appeared in||Doc Brown vs Doctor Who|
|Release date||October 29, 2012|
|Official vote(s)||72% (Old poll from ERB Website)|
A purple and white lightning background
|Appeared In||Hitler vs Vader 3 (Fourth Doctor)|
Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso (Fourth Doctor)
|During||The prologue of Hitler vs Vader 3|
Pablo Picasso's second verse
|Location(s)||Tatooine (Hitler vs Vader 3)|
A television in Pablo Picasso's studio (Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso)
Doctor Who, as he is credited in the video (his "real" name simply being "the Doctor"), battled Doc Brown in Doc Brown vs Doctor Who. The Tenth Doctor was portrayed by Nice Peter, but halfway through the battle, he was shot by a Dalek controlled by Doc Brown and regenerated into the Fourth Doctor, who was portrayed by George Watsky. The Fourth Doctor also made cameo appearances in Hitler vs Vader 3 and Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso. In both, he remained portrayed by Watsky.
Information on the rapper
The Doctor is the protagonist of the popular British BBC science-fiction television series Doctor Who, which first aired November 23, 1963. The Doctor was introduced as a Time Lord: a time-traveling, humanoid alien who came from the planet Gallifrey, in the constellation of Kasterborous. So far, the Doctor has been officially portrayed by fourteen different actors, and one actress. When the Doctor is critically injured, he can regenerate his body, resulting in a new appearance and personality. In all incarnations, the Doctor travels the known universe in a TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) to fight injustice. The Doctor has battled many enemies such as the Daleks, Cybermen, an evil Time Lord named the Master/Missy, Weeping Angels, the Silence, Silurians, Zygons, and many others. The Doctor has also allied with Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, UNIT, and River Song, and have traveled with Sarah Jane Smith, K-9 (a robotic dog), Rose Tyler, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, Clara Oswald, and many others. In her present life, the Doctor travels with two associates, including Yasmin "Yaz" Khan from her most recent adventures.
The Doctor's tool of choice is the sonic screwdriver, a device shown to break codes, unlock doors, and otherwise manipulate matter in its immediate range. Also in the Doctor's possession is the psychic paper, a mysterious ID card that lets the Doctor imprint any identity required to overcome local authorities, just by having them glance at it. The Doctor is very just and noble, sometimes rescuing clear foes when they are in peril. The Doctor is also extremely compassionate towards his/her companions, but is not afraid to draw the line, returning them home if need be. Due to the immense popularity of the series, the fans of the show began to be called "Whovians".
Brilliant! An audio-visual aggressive rhyming contest where – oh, who am I? You, my friend, can just call me "the Doctor." I'm a Time Lord (a centuries-old alien) and I travel through time and space in a non-traditional time machine – the TARDIS, er, well, I guess to you it just looks like a 1960's-style British Police telephone booth. It's bigger on the inside. [A pretty-ish British girl runs by screaming, chased by some kind of creature.] Ah, that's just my latest companion – I'm always traveling with someone or another in a consistently platonic way. "Doctor Who", the television show based on my life, was produced by the BBC and has been running sporadically since the 1960's. Massive audiences tune in to watch me go toe-to-toe with enemies with low-budget special-effects like the Cybermen and the Daleks–who actually, really, had what looked like a toilet plunger as part of their design. As a Time Lord, I can regenerate if I'm critically wounded and "recast" myself with a new personality and physical form up to thirteen times.
Appearance in the rap battles (cameo)
The Fourth Doctor briefly appeared on Pablo Picasso's television screen at the end of his second verse.
[Note: The Tenth Doctor is in brown, while the Fourth Doctor is in maroon. Additional voices are in regular text.]
(Ooh!) Actually, if you don't mind, it's just "the Doctor".
Doesn't even really matter who.
Who am I even talking to? Oh yes, you!
The wannabe Einstein, minus the 'stache.
Travels through time, but with no class.
I'm saving the world while you dilly-dally.
You can't even invent a way out of Hill Valley!
And calm down, will you? Everything is going to be fine.
You're not going to tear any wonky holes in any fabric of space and time.
Actually, it's a lot more like a rug, really. (Oh well.) Never mind.
Let's just say there's an infinite number of me simultaneously kicking your ass with rhyme!
I'm going to die… (Doctor…)
At least, this version of me… (Doctor?)
Perhaps you'd like another… (Doctor…)
[The Tenth Doctor regenerates into the Fourth Doctor.]
I'm a mystical medical doc at the pinnacle, shifting my physical form!
You're a possibly pedophilic individual who should have never been born!
You got your knickers in a twist while you're sucking on my Piccadilly, but I'm a lot lot different,
'Cause you're a pitiful hillbilly hanging with an oedipal kid who's a bawk bawk chicken!
Verse 1 (re-looped):
(Ooh!) Actually, if you don't mind, it's just "the Doctor"…
[The Doctor uses his sonic screwdriver to switch off the battle and go to the end slate.]
- The Doctor is the third/fourth rapper to originate from a notable sci-fi franchise, after Darth Vader, Captain Kirk, and alongside Doc Brown.
- He is also the second/third fictional rapper associated with time-travel, after Kirk and alongside Brown.
- He is the first rapper to be announced by a name that is not a proper moniker for their person.
- He is the third rapper to directly respond to the announcer, after Vince Offer and Steve Jobs.
- He is the fourth rapper to change forms, after Gandalf, Michael Jackson, and Elvis Presley.
- He is the second to change forms from older to younger, after Gandalf.
- He is also the second to be forced to change forms by the opponent, after Gandalf.
- He is the second with one actor for one form and another actor for the other form, after Jackson.
- He is the second to change forms from older to younger, after Gandalf.
- He is the third character to die in-battle, after Billy Mays and Steve Jobs.
- He is also the only character to die and not be replaced by another person; instead, he is replaced by another version of himself.
- The Fourth Doctor and Leonidas are the first reused footage cameos to be portrayed by guests.
- Both of the Doctor's cameo appearances in Season 3 were by the Fourth Doctor.
- He was mentioned by Meriwether Lewis in Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted in the line, "Now go back in time and give Doctor Who his phone booth back!"
- In an interview with film critic Ethan Alter on May 11th, 2016, the Tenth Doctor's actor, David Tennant, revealed that he had seen Doc Brown vs Doctor Who and was "very proud."
- He is the second actor known to have seen their character's battle, after Rick Grimes' actor, Andrew Lincoln, as well as the sixteenth person to know about their battle in general.