I don't really know anything about him. Apparently he's an accomplished and well-known actor already, which is different than most Doctors.But he's been a Who fan for a long time, so... I'm going to reserve judgement for when I see him in action. I want to know if he's going to be a good Doctor in spite of the scripts he'll be given.
Yeah, pretty much that. I wasn't such a big fan of RTD at first, but looking back I kind of miss what he did with the characters. Oh, and on that note, I'm not really impressed with their pick of the next Doctor.
Hopefully, but considering Moffat's attitude toward Classic I wouldn't be so sure. Peter and Colin have said they're making a home movie in their basement for it though and there's the Big Finish special as well so yeah.
Naaah that's part of the enjoyment tbh. I like it still, but seeing faults and still enjoying the production is part of being a fan. Seeing where it could have been better and where it was exceptional, seeing what they've done and the reasoning behind it. It's great tbh.
My friend has this guidebook to early episodes which gives a lot of info on the production, problems serials had, squabbles with writers, and that sort of things. Each serial also has a section called "Things That Don't Make Sense." It was sometimes a lot more fun to read about all the problems than to watch the episodes themselves.
I feel like a bad fan for knocking on all of this, but not really.
My personal favorite waste of time was whenever the Doctor and companion get captured by whatever, escape, then get captured again. No need to progress with the plot and, hey, squeezed in another episode.