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Donna Noble: The Most Important Woman In All Of Creation

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Updated 11/16/2013 2:08pm
Donna Noble: The Most Important Woman In All Of Creation
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Tamara Fuentes Staff Writer

Ask anyone whom the most important woman in all of creation is and you’ll probably get 500 different answers. Ask a Whovian, and you’ll get one: Donna Noble. Donna Noble, portrayed by Catherine Tate, first appeared at the end of Doomsday, right after the Doctor’s goodbye to Rose Tyler. Soon after, in his TARDIS as he sets course to his next destination, Donna ends up in the TARDIS, her own sassy self questioning why she’s even there in the first place, as it is her wedding day. Then, in “The Runaway Bride” we see her in her first adventure with the Doctor as she tries to make it back home only to find out her groom is not what he seems to be. In the end, she declines the Doctor’s offer to travel with him and she tells him to not travel alone, something the Doctor follows when he meets Martha. What was supposed to be a one-time thing ended being something completely unexpected for both the Doctor Who fans and crew. In a surprise twist, Donna Noble came back in “Partners in Crime,” where she proved once again that she is able to become one of the Doctor’s companions after working looking for and finally finding him after realizing her mistake of not traveling with him when he first offered. “Partners in Crime” also contains one of Donna’s famous scenes when she first sees the Doctor again through the window. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ82iJiDNbM] From then on, Donna traveled with Doctor as his newest companion going around the space and time going from Pompeii and to the land of the Ood. Along the way, we find out that Donna is one of the reasons why the Doctor is still alive. In the end though, Donna has to get her memories of the Doctor removed after gaining all his knowledge from touching his severed hand that was filled with regeneration energy. While she might not have her memories of the Doctor anymore, Donna still proved that she can be one of the Doctor’s best companions. Throughout the way, she learns that even being a temp is something of importance and that everything she has learned throughout the day helped her in some way or another. Another thing that sets Donna apart is her friendship with the Doctor. All of the 10’s previous companions have had romantic feeling for him, while Donna ends up just staying on as his best mate, first mistaken by Donna as him asking her to mate with him. Although Donna Noble won us over as both the Doctor’s sassy and loud mouth, Catherine Tate also won us over with her comedy skills previously in her show The Catherine Tate Show. Before her return to Doctor Who, Tate partnered up with Tennant in a sketch for Red Nose Day in 2007. The duo partnered up for one of Tate’s most popular sketches using her character Lauren Cooper. After the sketch had aired, people wanted Donna back as a companion, although Martha was the current companion at the time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxB1gB6K-2A While Donna Noble may not be returning any time soon, Catherine Tate still hasn’t stopped since her Who days. She has since appeared in the final two seasons of The Office and has just finished wrapping up the first season of her new show Big School, showing us that this woman can do almost anything that can make us laugh. http://www.Twitter.com/PopWrapped https://pop-wrapped.tumblr.com http://www.SoundCloud.com/PopWrapped http://www.Facebook.com/PopWrapped http://www.Instagram.com/PopWrapped http://www.Pinterest.com/PopWrapped http://www.YouTube.com/PopWrapped https://pop-wrapped.wordpress.com http://www.PopWrapped.com
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