"You cry cause it’s a wonderful show. People who don’t watch it assume that it’s just a wierd sci-fi show with aliens in which they mess with historical events; and yes it is that, but the thing that brings us in, is that he makes a stand when no one else will. He loves and lives life to the fullest each day, every day. His friends come and go; he knows the pain of heartbreak. He has two! And whatever he does he always gives 200%. He stands up for the weak with nothing but a screwdriver and his wits. He doesn’t drive a tank, hehas a police box. They used to call for help in those. He’s not a soldier, he’s a doctor, and he never refuses a call for help no matter the odds. If he dies, he dies; but he’ll always be there watching out for those who otherwise couldn’t defend themselves. THAT’S why you and I and the rest of us cry so much when watching Doctor Who. It’s a show for the heart. We care. And if his hearts get broken, ours does too."