supermosche’s review published on Letterboxd :
For no reason, here are some of my favorite episodes for each Doctor
1st: William Hartnell
Galaxy 4. The Aztecs. The Space Museum. The Web Planet.
2nd: Patrick Troughton
Power of the Daleks, Fury From The Deep (I would chop off my own pinky to make this episode magically reappear) The Web of Fear, The Enemy of the World, The Mind Robber, The War Games
3rd: John Pertwee
Spearhead From Space, The Time Warrior, The Claws of Axos, Terror of the Autons. Dr Who and the Silurians.
4th: Tom Baker
The Seeds of Doom, The Horror of Fang Rock, The Pyramids of Mars, The Robots of Death.
5th: Peter Davison
Castrovalva, Earthshock, The Caves of Androzani, Enlightenment, Kinda, Resurrection of the Daleks
6th: Colin Baker
It's here that we tragically have to point out that Colin has no good episodes. All of them are bad. He got his shot at redemption with the expanded universe, and if you are nerdy enough to travel to this territory, I recommend Davros and The Holy Terror. The Holy Terror is one of the best doctor who stories ever.
7th: Sylvester McCoy
Most of McCoy's time on the show was laughably not good. The Happiness Patrol is unsubtle enough to make you laugh, and most people like Rememberance of the Daleks. For me, you have to go to audio again. I point again to the audio plays. Listen to Live 34 if you want the true 7th doctor experience.
8th: Paul McGann
McGann only appeared on screen as the doctor for a total of 100 minutes so again we have to go to the audio plays
Storm Warning, Terror Firma, and The Chimes of Midnight are all great.
9th: Christopher Eccleston
Most of his tragically few episodes are good, but Dalek and The Empty Child top the list
10th: David Tennant
The Christmas Invasion, The Family of Blood, Midnight, Blink, Silence in the Library, and The Waters of Mars
11th: Matt Smith
The 11th Hour, The Doctor's Wife, The Crimson Horror, Nightmare in Silver, The Bells of St John,
12th: Peter Capaldi
Flatline, Mummy on the Orient Express, Dark Water/Death in Heaven, Hell Bent (but not heaven sent), The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion, Twice Upon A Time