We've all suspected it for awhile, but kudos to David Tennant for finally coming out and admitting that, as good as the Bard may be, he still comes second to a good episode of Doctor Who. Talking to the admittedly-biased Doctor Who Magazine, Tennant (currently starring in the Royal Shakespeare Company's latest production of Hamlet) said, "I'm excited to be doing Hamlet, but I have got very at home in Cardiff. I love that crew. I love that set-up. I love the show, so I'm missing that. I miss Russell's writing... Shakespeare's all right, but he's lacking in spaceships." We knew there was a reason we loved that man. [Digital Spy]