Valentine's Poll Results

We asked you which of David Tennant's characters you'd like to spend your Valentine's Day date with and perhaps not surprisingly his portrayal as the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who came out on top with a massive 72% of the vote! Considering he has a TARDIS to whisk you away in he did perhaps have an unfair advantage.
Blackpool's DI Peter Carlisle came in second with 5% of the vote.

The Votes went as follows:
1. The Tenth Doctor (Doctor Who)72%
2. DI Peter Carlisle (Blackpool) 5%
3. James Arbor (The Decoy Bride) 4% /  Dave (Single Father) 4%
4. Casanova (Casanova) 3%  / Benedick (Much Ado About Nothing) 3%
5. Peter Vincent (Fright Night) 2%
6. Hamlet (Hamlet) 1% / Jean-Francois Mercier (Spies Of Warsaw) 1%  / Campbell McBain (Takin Over The Asylum) 1%

As a treat here's a quick pic spam of your favourite character and don't forget to check out our full Doctor Who gallery at


  1. I'm very surprised that Casanova didn't get a higher percentage than DI Carlisle. While DI Carlisle was pretty hot, he wasn't the most ethical of the bunch. In a way, I think Casanova had more ethics than DI Carlisle. Ethics are sexy.

  2. I miss David Tennant's Doctor. I guess Matt Smith is okay. I won't stop watching. But he doesn't hold a candle to David Tennant.


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