What’s wrong with the UK’s top 5 TV shows?

I’m not going to go into the many flaws that can plague the British TV series, nor will I get into the issues that plague the U.S. series.

Instead, I’ll just say that I think the UK series have one of the best shows on TV.

I’ve always loved the BBC’s Doctor Who and, after watching it on BBC1 for the first time, I couldn’t stop watching it.

It was so good, I had to give it another go and watch it again and again and I’m still watching it right now.

I love the Doctor Who universe and it’s always a great show to sit through.

The fact that the writers, Matt Smith and Steven Moffat, can come up with something so brilliant in the same year of the new Doctor Who was simply phenomenal.

They’ve managed to create such a fantastic universe and they’ve created a brilliant Doctor Who.

In addition to the incredible characters, the show is also fantastic with fantastic acting.

The acting is excellent, the acting is fantastic, the writing is excellent.

I feel so fortunate to be able to watch this show with so many great people, the cast and crew of the show, and I think it’s a great series.

The main problem is the plot.

The show is very straightforward, but it’s not.

In fact, the Doctor is a bit of a dork, so much so that it can be hard to tell if he’s telling the truth or not.

Sometimes, the writers will go back and tweak the story so it makes sense, but other times, they’ll just make it so the Doctor’s not telling the whole truth that you can’t tell what the hell he’s saying.

I’ve seen some of these tweaks to the Doctor in the past and it was just awful.

The writers have tried to fix this by introducing some elements of the plot, but they still leave it a little too open to interpretation.

I think the writers are so good at what they do, and the Doctor, I think, is a genius.

I think he’s so smart, and so cunning, and he’s a genius at everything he does, that the fact that he’s being so manipulative and so cruel is actually hilarious.

I have to say that one of my favorite parts of the Doctor was when he went to kill the Doctor.

The irony of that is, of course, the same thing happened to me and the reason why I was a little bit upset about the Doctor killing me was because I thought, “Oh, well, I guess I’m going to be killed now.”

That’s the best part of the story, of the writers being able to take something so complex and intricate and make it into a joke.

I can’t wait to see what they come up in the future.

I just love that show.

Another thing I love about Doctor Who is the acting.

I love the acting, because I love to watch people talk about things.

It’s a fantastic show and the actors are amazing.

There are many wonderful actors, and one of them, Toby Jones, is fantastic.

I’m really excited about the second season of Doctor Who, which is out this fall.

I haven’t been able to wait to watch the new series because I’ve always wanted to see the Doctor go through the same journey.

That’s what I want to do.

I want him to have to make a choice and I want it to be a choice he thinks is right, but he also wants to get on with the job.

I’m really looking forward to it.

I actually got to be on the show for the pilot and I had the opportunity to be the first to see it.

They did a great job of creating this world of darkness and mystery, and it created a great atmosphere for me to explore the Doctor more.

I have a feeling that the next season will be a lot darker than the first season, and even darker than some of the other episodes.

I don’t know how they plan to deal with it, but I’m excited about it.

There’s a lot of mystery in the new season.

It doesn’t make sense to me, but maybe the writers can give us a little hint.

I know it’s the last episode and there’s not much time, but if there’s any sort of explanation, I hope they can give it to us.

I also love how the Doctor goes from being a good scientist to a mad scientist.

It reminds me a lot more of The Sopranos and The Wire.

I like that they have these brilliant characters and they have this really interesting world that they’re going to create.

I also think it works because the audience is going to fall in love with these characters and have an emotional reaction to them.

I was just talking to my daughter this week, and she said to me: “Dad, I want your Doctor Who!”

And I said: “Yeah, I’m sure you do.”

She’s so excited and I’ve got to say, I