Matt Smith And David Tennant Had A Plan To Keep Working Together As Doctors, But Moffat Squashed It

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Steven Moffat is breaking our hearts again. You see, Matt Smith and David Tennant had such a great time together working on the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special that they devised a plan so they could continue the magic. In an interview with Radio Times, Moffat said they got along splendidly:

“They got on like a couple of old women,” he said. “They just stayed in the corner and gossiped the entire time.”

But even though they like each other and have terrific on screen chemistry, he couldn’t support their idea to put the 10th and 11th Doctors on screen together more:

“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.”

I’m shaking my fist at you, Moffat! (Not like it’s the first time).

(via Radio Times)


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