Not at all.
I liked all the Doctors and Sylvester is a sad case of being a great Doctor, but at a time when some of the writing was a bit lame. He did have a greater share of classic stories than most though. I loved Remembrance of the Daleks and the Curse of Fenric. I wished they did the TV movie with him. Why do all the actors playing Who always do it best in their last story?
Christopher Eccleston is the only actor I didn't rate as the Doctor, but even he nailed the part in his last episode.
Long live McCoy!!
The Beeb were the real villians, ultimately, but I think they were helped by stories like Delta and the Bannermen and the casting of light entertainment stars like Ken Dodd. I like Ken Dodd, but I think he should have been allowed to play against type.
Richard Briers superb, but he did ham it up a little and I think the people in charge should have been a bit braver with the casting.
Anyway, I still watch them all and love them dearly.
Rice pudding speech was indeed a stroke of genius and Ace's blob speech was pretty brilliant too, primitive, but succinct
I've noticed that the 7th Doctor's appreciation levels have risen dramatically over the last two years.
I'm glad about that, because apart from some truly awful stories, I thought he was a tremendous Doctor.
I think the new Daleks should have stayed grey in colour, like the renegade faction. Much more militaristic and scary when lit just right.
I'm trying to find the original file for this picture, because I'm not sure if the resolution will be that great for printing....my knowledge of computers is somewhat limited, so I maybe wrong, but if you can bear with me for a while, I'll get a better image of this up for printing.