"Oh lay off him Robin, he's just being the grumpy old fart that he always is," the Doctor said before breaking away from the ring and walking up to the old man. He looked into his dark eyes and smiled fondly before nudging him on the shoulder. "I loved being you. I loved being every single one of you," the Doctor said as he turned to look around the circle. "The old man in the blue box who dies again and again and again, fighting evil and being incredible, utterly incredible, while he does it. No matter what flavor I was, I loved every single form."
"Even you old fella, I sort of miss the limp and the hmmm hmmm yes's and that clever smile you wear," the Doctor said to the First and offered him a smile, which he returned after a stern moment of holding the sides of his coat and raisin his nose snootily. "And then there was the Second, acting like a fool to make and making people laugh as he behaved like a kid. And then having him scowl and snap whenever he got mad. Ooo that glare. I felt like a right warlord whenever I gave people that menacing glare."
The Doctor winked at the Second, who had been occupied with blowing into a recorder flute, when he saw the wink he gave the Doctor that menacing stare before grinning impishly at him.
"And the amazing changes didn't stop. In my Third form I was dashing and suave, which is hard to pull off when you have white curly hair and are dressed in purple velvet, and I could hurl people through the air with a flick of my wrist," the Doctor said before miming a karate chop and beaming at the Third Doctor, who couldn't help twisting his wrinkled flexible face into a smile.
"Then I was the fourth, all teeth and curls, jelly babies and robotic dogs - and FUNNY!" The Doctor cried as he pointed at the Fourth, who chuckled and blushed before offering the Doctor a jelly baby from a crinkled white bag, to which the Doctor eagerly accepted, tossing the treat into his open mouth before he continued. "Wasn't he funny guys? He drove the Brigadier up the wall and made Robin's mum want to tear out her hair, but he was funny!"
"Fifth came along after him and Tenth, you'll agree with me when I say that was a right laugh," the Doctor said after swallowing the treat and giving the Tenth Doctor a nod as he pointed to the Fifth, who seemed to smile shyly before adjusting his white cricket shirt. "Running about, playing cricket, getting into sword fights with the Master and pulling off a decorative vegetable of all things. Seriously, how do you do that? Its a piece of celery and you wear it like a lapel."
"Although, number Six, you were no better. Sixth, you were barmy!" The Doctor cried as he rushed over to the Sixth and flung an arm around his shoulder. The Sixth seemed to take the comment as a compliment and grinned devilishly as the Doctor went on, "You were the maddest of the lot of us, and that's saying something, but you were amazing at it. You made it work! I still crack up every time I remember Peri almost plugging me because she thought I was one of the cyber controlled policemen."
"Do you remember that?" The Doctor asked excitedly before miming putting on a hat and pulling a strange smile. He and the Sixth roared with laughter, bracing themselves on each other as they chuckled, whilst the other Doctors looked awardly at each other, clearly not finding it quite as amusing as them.
"Seventh!" The Doctor cried as he broke away from the Sixth and marched up to the Seventh, who was balancing himself on the point of his umbrella. For a moment the two of them glared fiercely at each other, but then a sly smile broke across the Doctors face and he began to waggle his finger at him. "You were a rogue. Manipulative and ruthless, but not one of us could play with spoon like you could. You were the adventurer with the master plan, the rrrrrolling rrrrs and the umbrella. You were fantastic! The trouble we got up to with Ace, we were like a dynamic duo! Saving the world and fighting crime!"
"Shame about the operating table regeneration, nasty way to go, but without it we couldn't have gotten to number Eight over here," the Doctor said before turning on his heel to face the Eighth, who smiled pleasantly as the Doctor walked towards him, gesturing excitedly to him with every step. "Shoes! Mary Shelly! Victorian clothes! Personally, I preferred it when you cut your hair short and started wearing leather coats, but you were still amazing. And may I just say..." the Doctor began, wearing a mischievous grin as he nudged him with his elbow. "Nice going with Grace. You were the Doctor that finally got us to puberty."
"Is this going to take long? I'm all for getting my ego stroked, but my hands are starting to get tired," the Ninth groaned, causing the Doctor to throw back his head and laugh loudly at him. "Oh I remember that! I was so rude when I was you! You were all war like and fierce, but lovably cheeky. My favorite line was when you said 'What you gonna do, throw your A-levels at him?', that was priceless!"
"And so was number ten..." the Doctor said his voice trailing off as he turned to the tenth, who feigned a look of bashfulness as the Doctor came over to him and shook him by the hand. "Tenth, need I say more? The thin man in the suit and sneakers, gigantic hair and cheesy grins. And the talking, the endless, amazing, talking! You had a clever remark to say about everything and anyone! And I loved it. I loved being you. You were just incredible."
"Not that you were bad at Eleventh," the Doctor added as the Eleventh let out an angry huff. "Tweed, bow ties and endless mistakes, which you always sorted out despite the odds," the Doctor said wistfully as he let go of the Tenth's hand and moved over to him being miming a kiss on both of the Eleventh's cheeks.
"You were a dork." The Doctor said bluntly, causing the Eleventh to glare at him with disbelief before he quickly added. "But, you were a brilliant dork. The big kid trapped inside an ancient Time Lords body. The Ponds, River Song, Clara Ozwin Oswald, you had a huge selection of awesome companions and drove them nuts! Not to mention fat Craig, I dropped by on him a few weeks ago, called the police, he didn't know who I was."
"In conclusion," the Doctor said as he backed up into the centre of the circle and applauded the Doctors. "Each and every one of you was incredible. And although I never enjoy regenerating, I still enjoyed being you. Having so much variety in my life. I'm kind of blessed in a way."
"So come on, lets get ourselves a round of applause," the Doctor said before clapping slowly. "Come on, all of you!" He called before the Doctors slowly started to join in until the TARDIS was full of applause. "You were all brilliant! Amazing! Splendid! Fantastic and more!" The Doctor roared, punching his fist into the air.