It’s hard to overstate how much Chewy’s Chewy Pharmacist series has meant to me over the years.
My parents, and countless other kids, would go to the pharmacy and order anything they wanted, and I’d sit there in awe of their ability to order and take it from a stranger, no matter what kind of medication it was.
Chewy was also my first introduction to the world of Doctor Who.
In the show’s seventh and final season, the Doctor and Rose meet up with the Time Lords in a hospital, and in this episode they make their way to the Doctor’s old home to visit a friend of his.
They come across an elderly woman who has been dead for hundreds of years, and the Doctor tells her that the universe is ending.
“That’s right,” the Doctor says.
“The Doctor has returned.”
The Doctor’s final moments were seen as a triumphant moment in his history, but the scene in question was just the first of many in which the Doctor became a villain.
The Doctor, in many ways, had the power to change the course of history, and this was one of the few times in the series that he did so.
The series also featured a few other great Doctor Who villains: the Time Lord who created the Daleks, and a Time Lord whose identity is kept a secret for decades by his wife.
It was during the final episode of the series, “The Dalek Invasion of Earth,” that the Doctor, Rose, and several other Time Lords were finally reunited with the Doctor.
But for the past few decades, we’ve known that the show was set in a different universe, and so many of the events from the Doctor Who series are now part of the larger history of the franchise.
The show also spawned two spin-offs that became hugely popular in their own right, as well as one spin-off series that never made it to series, and many of these spin-ons have since been rebooted for new generations of fans.
Here’s what we know about the show that’s changed since the series premiered: The Doctor Who universe was never a cohesive one.
The first four seasons of the show were all standalone stories that focused on the Doctor trying to figure out who he was.
He eventually made peace with the fact that he was not a real person, and he took the role of a doctor, an office assistant, and an archaeologist in a world that was completely different from his own.
The sixth season saw the Doctor finally accept that he had a soul, and his final episode was his first ever to acknowledge that fact.
In fact, his first true moment of self-acceptance occurred in “The Waters of Mars,” when the Doctor was given the chance to accept his identity and to step into a new body.
The last two seasons of Doctor #1 saw the show return to the same world of stories, but this time with a new cast and a new story, “In the Forest of the Night,” which introduced the Daleck and its companion, the TARDIS.
The TARDIS itself had undergone several changes since its introduction in “Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour.”
In “The Day of the Doctor,” the Tardis had been replaced by the Dalek-controlled TARDIS, and now it’s a spaceship full of Dalek agents, with an army of Time Lords to keep them in line.
In “Chameleon,” a new companion played by Jane Seymour was introduced, but in “Masks,” it was revealed that the new companion was played by a human actor named Kate Chapman, a character who was previously unknown to the audience.
The third season of the season also introduced the first non-Dalek characters from the show, which included the Tards, Daleks (who were introduced in the previous episode), and the Rani, a humanoid creature created by the Doctor himself.
While the story of the Dalecks was also a reboot, it was the Tiles, who were introduced by Clara Oswald, who had been exiled by the Time War and was later used as a pawn by the Tarrasque to defeat the Daleps.
In both the third and fourth seasons of “The Daleks,” the Dalekes were portrayed as being extremely powerful beings, capable of manipulating the environment around them, and they were also portrayed as a threat to humanity.
In a story called “The Invasion of Time,” the Time Masters were forced to stop the Daleys from attacking Earth, and instead, they created the Tiaras, a race of genetically engineered humans.
The Daleks also showed up in “Unnatural History,” where they were confronted by the Dalek race, and played a key role in the Time Wars.
The fourth season of Doctor’s Wife also featured the Tars and the Daleccos, a new race of humanoid aliens created by Clara.
This story introduced the Tatar, a sentient alien race who had taken over Earth.
In this story,