Being a fan of Doctor Who is always a rollercoaster - there are epic highs and devastating lows. To be a fan, however, there are some things you have to just accept without questioning. Well Ok, Whovians question but still accept them. These factors are a huge part of what Doctor Who is all about and by taking them away, the show becomes diluted and overly placid. Theyre what make Doctor Who, Doctor Who. Theyre what makes the show different. As such, fans accept these differences sometimes through gritted teeth because without them the show they love and adore would fall into the traps that so many shows before them have fallen into. Doctor Who would lose its truth and become just another TV show. When watching Doctor Who, a show about an Alien whose best friend is a human, travelling through time and space, suspension of disbelief is a given, but sometimes its not the stories that fans just have to accept. Sometimes its writing, sometimes its continuity, sometimes its the decision of an actor to leave the show when theyve just hit their stride. So lets take a look at those things that viewers need to accept in order to be a Whovian.