After a season of leather jackets and "fantastic", Doctor Who saw a change of actor helming the TARDIS with David Tennant replacing Christopher Eccleston. While Eccleston did an amazing job in helping to revive the fortunes of a flagging series, it would have been difficult to see how much further he could have taken his interpretation of the character!. Enter David Tennant and, after an impressive start in The Christmas Invasion, he got into his stride as the season progressed. Highlights include Tooth And Claw, proving that when Russell T Davies puts his mind to it, he can write some pretty impresive episodes (the downside can be seen in Love And Monsters - Peter Kay in a thong?!!! pleeeaaase!!!), from the slo-mo fight scene opening, to the werewolf transformation, through to the revelation ending about the Royal Family!. The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit are the other highlights. Tennant and Piper work well together, no more so than in the climactic Doomsday, when Rose is pulled into a parallel world. The Doctor's loss is evident. Whilst Series 3 and 4 have both been patchy, Season 2 has much to recommended it. returning companions Sarah-Jane Smith and K9, returning villians in The Cybermen and every fan's wet dream, the battle royale between The Cybermen and The Daleks!!. Recommended!