And I second the Netflix thing - they have quite a lot of DW. Plus there's buying secondhand tapes or DVDs at stores that sell used stuff. Definitely something to think of if you're on a limited budget and prefer owning to renting :)
"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." - Oscar Wilde
I can tell you the monthly account thing isnt to bad. I pay less than $20 bucks a month, can get up to three disc at a time and can watch all of season 1-3 online right now and some of the old ones also. But they do have tons of doctor who from back in the day. hope i helped some to.
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There used to be stuff on You Tube (if you poke around you can find related stuff but I don't think any real eps), and another site that was totally shut down for copyright infringement. I understand that NETFLIX has a good collection if you want to spend the money for a monthly account.
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Hello All! I was just putting in things I like into the search part of the search for teams, but never imagined there would be a Doctor Who team! It makes my day :) I'm from a town in PA called Mars, believe it or not and I am brand new to SP. I love it so far and love to watch Dr. who as I work out!
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