If you wished Matt Smith and David Tennant's Doctors could spend more time together, you are really not alone.
One of the most exciting things we've heard coming out of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary so far is how much fun Tennant and Smith apparently had filming together.
Well, it turns out that they had even more fun than we initially thought. Steven Moffat has revealed a plan that Smith proposed to him that he nearly took him up on.
They got on like a couple of old women. They just stayed in the corner and gossiped the entire time. By the end of it, Matt told me that he’d worked out this plan that they’d both continue in Doctor Who: do five individual episodes each and three together –- would that be ok? It was a nice plan. I think if I’d said yes they’d have gone for it.
Could you imagine? Finally, the split seasons would make sense from a narrative perspective. We love the idea of two Doctors going on two separate journeys until they collide. Or, better yet, there could be a sequel to the Key to Time series that requires multiple Doctors to face off against the sinister Black Guardian.
All right, there are a tons of ways you could handle it. But rather than us gush about this idea that almost was, you tell us -- what would you do with a whole season of two Doctors?
(via Doctor Who TV)