Comfy is used to describe an episode or era of Doctor Who in which the general tone of the material exudes a feeling of inner peace and happiness, reminding one of childhood cuddled up on the couch in a warm blanket watching Saturday morning cartoons, preferably with hot cocoa while its lightly snowing outside.
Comfy factors Edit
Material can be considered comfy if:
- The material is GOAT for cuddling with a significant other.
- The material persuades the person nearest you that you're very interested in to cuddle up with you.
- The material is well written and produced to a point that it draws you in and doesn't let go.
- The material is poorly written or produced and has a B-movie nature to it, making one laugh or feel at peace by the sheer silliness in the material's creation - this is particularly true if the actors seem to be genuinely trying to make the material good.
- /who/ says so.
List of all episodes deemed comfy by /who/ Edit
- The Talons of Weng-Chiang
- The Ribos Operation
- City of Death (arguably the comfiest story ever made)
- School Reunion
- Love and Monsters *
- Fear Her *
- Time Crash
- The Unicorn and the Wasp
- The Next Doctor
- The Lodger
- Vincent and the Doctor
- The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang
- A Christmas Carol
- The Doctor's Wife
- The Crimson Horror
- The Day of the Doctor
- The Caretaker
- Mummy on the Orient Express
- The Magician's Apprentice/The Witch's Familiar
- The Girl Who Died/The Woman Who Lived
- Heaven Sent
- The Return of Doctor Mysterio
- The Pilot
- Thin Ice
- The Empress of Mars
- The Eaters of Light
Bonus Round Edit
*Denotes a story generally deemed qualitatively bad by /who/, but still comfy in that campy B movie way mentioned earlier.