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17th Mar '18 5:22:37 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Kingmaker" has the Doctor trying to write a book on the mysteries of history, lest he be killed by a robot forcing the Doctor to write said book. Somehow, this all ends up with Richard the III trying to kill ol' [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Bill Shakespeare]] for writing slanderous material based on him... but not before the robot winds up chasing after ''Shakespeare'' and demanding a new draft for ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Hilariously, the end result of all this is [[spoiler:that Shakespeare dies 100 years before he was born, forcing King Richard the III to take up playwriting in the 1600s.]] Oh, ''and'' we get numerous references to the Ninth Doctor and the Master. And it really works.

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* "The Kingmaker" has the Doctor trying to write a book on the mysteries of history, lest he be killed by a robot forcing the Doctor to write said book. Somehow, this all ends up with Richard the III trying to kill ol' [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Bill Shakespeare]] for writing slanderous material based on him... but not before the robot winds up chasing after ''Shakespeare'' and demanding a new draft for ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Hilariously, the end result of all this is [[spoiler:that that Shakespeare dies 100 years before he was born, forcing King Richard the III to take up playwriting in the 1600s.]] 1600s. Oh, ''and'' we get numerous references to the Ninth Doctor and the Master. And it really works.



* "The Emerald Tiger": Tegan is on a train about to hurtle over a canyon into an uncharted valley with no means of escape. For the whole of the next episode, she is thought dead, provoking some heartbreaking reactions from the Doctor and Nyssa; [[spoiler:then, at the end, she turns up [[BigDamnHeroes on the back of an elephant just having saved everyone else's lives.]] It turns out, she escaped by unlocking the TARDIS and climbing inside ''while in freefall''. She later commented that it was worse than a dodgem car.]]

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* "The Emerald Tiger": Tegan is on a train about to hurtle over a canyon into an uncharted valley with no means of escape. For the whole of the next episode, she is thought dead, provoking some heartbreaking reactions from the Doctor and Nyssa; [[spoiler:then, then, at the end, she turns up [[BigDamnHeroes on the back of an elephant just having saved everyone else's lives.]] It turns out, she escaped by unlocking the TARDIS and climbing inside ''while in freefall''. She later commented that it was worse than a dodgem car.]]



* "Doctor Who And The Pirates or The Lass That Lost A Sailor" starts out as a silly made-up tale, becomes sillier by the minute, and suddenly takes a nose dive into extremely serious drama as the whole story turns out to be (mostly) real. Evelyn can't go on, because the experience was too traumatic. The Sixth Doctor's solution? Turn the story into a Creator/GilbertAndSullivan musical to cheer Evelyn up. And yes, he sings a ''fantastic'' MajorGeneralSong. And in the end, by telling the story, they accomplish exactly what they wanted: prevent [[spoiler: the suicide of Evelyn's student.]]

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* "Doctor Who And The Pirates or The Lass That Lost A Sailor" starts out as a silly made-up tale, becomes sillier by the minute, and suddenly takes a nose dive into extremely serious drama as the whole story turns out to be (mostly) real. Evelyn can't go on, because the experience was too traumatic. The Sixth Doctor's solution? Turn the story into a Creator/GilbertAndSullivan musical to cheer Evelyn up. And yes, he sings a ''fantastic'' MajorGeneralSong. And in the end, by telling the story, they accomplish exactly what they wanted: prevent [[spoiler: the suicide of Evelyn's student.]]



** Also in "Davros", Kimberly Todd gets a big one that rivals those of the title character himself. Near the end, she is [[spoiler:held hostage by Davros using his poison injector that was giving to him so that he could MercyKill himself back on Skaro. She is kept on a spaceship, which the Doctor and Lorraine are trying to keep inside the planet so that Davros cannot escape and destroy the economy with his equation. However, Davros is working to bypass that safeguard the Doctor is using, while the Doctor hesitates to crash the ship because of her. So what does she do? She grabs the injector, [[HeroicSacrifice and shoots herself with it]] while calling Davros a weak coward who paints his fear of death as bravery instead of what it really is. Her sacrifice allows the Doctor to destroy the ship, stopping Davros. Wow, what a way to go.]]

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** Also in "Davros", Kimberly Todd gets a big one that rivals those of the title character himself. Near the end, she is [[spoiler:held held hostage by Davros using his poison injector that was giving to him so that he could MercyKill himself back on Skaro. She is kept on a spaceship, which the Doctor and Lorraine are trying to keep inside the planet so that Davros cannot escape and destroy the economy with his equation. However, Davros is working to bypass that safeguard the Doctor is using, while the Doctor hesitates to crash the ship because of her. So what does she do? She grabs the injector, [[HeroicSacrifice and shoots herself with it]] while calling Davros a weak coward who paints his fear of death as bravery instead of what it really is. Her sacrifice allows the Doctor to destroy the ship, stopping Davros. Wow, what a way to go.]]



* "Afterlife": The Seventh Doctor, having just finished his "war" with the Elder Gods in ''Gods & Monsters'', is banishing a fire elemental that made the mistake [[spoiler: of toying with the sort-of-but-not-anymore dead!Hex's memories]], and decides to use her to send a warning back to her cohorts.

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* "Afterlife": The Seventh Doctor, having just finished his "war" with the Elder Gods in ''Gods & Monsters'', is banishing a fire elemental that made the mistake [[spoiler: of toying with the sort-of-but-not-anymore dead!Hex's memories]], memories, and decides to use her to send a warning back to her cohorts.



* "Other Lives": C'rizz is deeply humiliated and enslaved as part of a freak show. It's all played for laughs, since the entire episode is a happy little comedy. In the middle of the plot's resolution, C'rizz sneaks off, goes back to the guy who enslaved him, [[spoiler: breaks his spine and rips out his eyes]]. Because no matter how much the Doctor treats him as a regular companion, C'rizz really, really isn't.

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* "Other Lives": C'rizz is deeply humiliated and enslaved as part of a freak show. It's all played for laughs, since the entire episode is a happy little comedy. In the middle of the plot's resolution, C'rizz sneaks off, goes back to the guy who enslaved him, [[spoiler: breaks his spine and rips out his eyes]].eyes. Because no matter how much the Doctor treats him as a regular companion, C'rizz really, really isn't.



* In "Lucie Miller", Susan, Alex, and Lucie [[spoiler:attack a Dalek fleet with ''nuclear submarines''. And ''win''.]]
* In the very next episode, "To the Death", Lucie [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice blows up the Daleks' time warp drive with a giant nuclear bomb.]] And she makes friggin well sure they know who they're up against: "And just in case you wanted to know who it was who blew you to pieces -- the name is Lucie Miller. You got that? [[CallBack Lucie BLEEDIN' MILLER!"]]]]
* "Master of the Daleks" features a GambitPileup truly worthy of a budding timewar. The Dalek Time Controller, knew the Master would attempt to depose it to become the head of a new timeline and calls in more troops to kill him. The Master, [[spoiler:was involved in the creation of these Daleks, activates a subroutine in their programming and makes them ''his'' troops,]] and promptly forces the Time Controller into a retreat. Just as the Master is about to enact his triumph, however, who comes in but the Doctor to uproot it... followed by an utterly chaotic battle of Daleks fighting each other and Sontarans thrown in as well.

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* In "Lucie Miller", Susan, Alex, and Lucie [[spoiler:attack attack a Dalek fleet with ''nuclear submarines''. And ''win''.]]
''win''.
* In the very next episode, "To the Death", Lucie [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice [[HeroicSacrifice blows up the Daleks' time warp drive with a giant nuclear bomb.]] bomb]]. And she makes friggin well sure they know who they're up against: "And just in case you wanted to know who it was who blew you to pieces -- the name is Lucie Miller. You got that? [[CallBack Lucie BLEEDIN' MILLER!"]]]]
MILLER]]!"
* "Master of the Daleks" features a GambitPileup truly worthy of a budding timewar. The Dalek Time Controller, knew the Master would attempt to depose it to become the head of a new timeline and calls in more troops to kill him. The Master, [[spoiler:was was involved in the creation of these Daleks, activates a subroutine in their programming and makes them ''his'' troops,]] and promptly forces the Time Controller into a retreat. Just as the Master is about to enact his triumph, however, who comes in but the Doctor to uproot it... followed by an utterly chaotic battle of Daleks fighting each other and Sontarans thrown in as well.



** Just as notable is that Liv Chenka, while trapped in a Dalek prison, manages to overpower and disarm the Master with nothing more than a bottle of ''perfume''. [[spoiler: Mind you, the Master uses this to his advantage anyways, but points for initiative]].

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** Just as notable is that Liv Chenka, while trapped in a Dalek prison, manages to overpower and disarm the Master with nothing more than a bottle of ''perfume''. [[spoiler: Mind you, the Master uses this to his advantage anyways, but points for initiative]].



* "The Light at the End": The climax, in which [[spoiler: the Fourth and Eighth Doctors trick the Master into explaining his plan, enabling the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Doctors to go back in time to prevent it from succeeding. The Master then discovers eight Doctors in eight TARDIS’ surrounding his and ready to Time Ram him.]]

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* "The Light at the End": The climax, in which [[spoiler: the Fourth and Eighth Doctors trick the Master into explaining his plan, enabling the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Doctors to go back in time to prevent it from succeeding. The Master then discovers eight Doctors in eight TARDIS’ surrounding his and ready to Time Ram him.]]



* Not really a Big Finish example, but nevertheless awesome. In the prequel minisode to the 50th Anniversary Special, The Night of The Doctor,[[spoiler: the Eighth Doctor says the names of all of his companions before he dies, calling them his companions and saluting them. Through this, the entirety of the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho expanded universe is now CANON IN THE TV SERIES AS WELL!!!]]

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* Not really a Big Finish example, but nevertheless awesome. In the prequel minisode to the 50th Anniversary Special, The Night of The Doctor,[[spoiler: the Doctor,the Eighth Doctor says the names of all of his companions before he dies, calling them his companions and saluting them. Through this, the entirety of the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho expanded universe is now CANON IN THE TV SERIES AS WELL!!!]]WELL!!!
17th Mar '18 5:19:27 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most evil, diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most evil, diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
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* * "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on all along, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most evil, diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
17th Mar '18 5:17:51 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most evil, diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
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14th Mar '18 7:37:13 AM beeruckzII
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*** And then, as if it couldn't get any better, ‘‘[[Creator/BilliePiper Rose]]’’ was announced for Series 2!

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*** And then, as if it couldn't get any better, ‘‘[[Creator/BilliePiper Rose]]’’ ''[[Creator/BilliePiper Rose]]'' was announced for Series 2!
11th Mar '18 7:09:57 PM beeruckzII
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->Was that supposed to frighten me, Farl? I've seen entire species destroyed; civilisations left in ruins. I’ve witnessed solar systems vanish in the twinkling of an eye. I’ve seen things that would freeze your blood. So don’t threaten me. Don’t ever threaten me.
-->-- '''The Eighth Doctor''', "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoNEDAS1E5Phobos Phobos]]"



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* "The Kingmaker", a 5th Doctor tale, has the Doctor trying to write a book on the mysteries of history, lest he be killed by a robot forcing the Doctor to write said book. Somehow, this all ends up with Richard the III trying to kill ol' [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Bill Shakespeare]] for writing slanderous material based on him... but not before the robot winds up chasing after ''Shakespeare'' and demanding a new draft for ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Hilariously, the end result of all this is [[spoiler:that Shakespeare dies 100 years before he was born, forcing King Richard the III to take up playwriting in the 1600s.]] Oh, ''and'' we get numerous references to the Ninth Doctor and the Master. And it really works.

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* "The Kingmaker", a 5th Doctor tale, Kingmaker" has the Doctor trying to write a book on the mysteries of history, lest he be killed by a robot forcing the Doctor to write said book. Somehow, this all ends up with Richard the III trying to kill ol' [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Bill Shakespeare]] for writing slanderous material based on him... but not before the robot winds up chasing after ''Shakespeare'' and demanding a new draft for ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Hilariously, the end result of all this is [[spoiler:that Shakespeare dies 100 years before he was born, forcing King Richard the III to take up playwriting in the 1600s.]] Oh, ''and'' we get numerous references to the Ninth Doctor and the Master. And it really works.




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* "Davros" is one long [=MoA=] for you-know-who. He starts the story off ''freaking [[DeathIsCheap DEAD]]'', and by the end he's taken over the galaxy's biggest [[MegaCorp corporation]], pretended to be a {{Woobie}} to enlist the help of the CEO's [[UnwittingPawn wife]] in taking over the company, reduced the galactic stock market to a simple, foolproof equation and held the economy hostage by threatening to release said equation to ''everyone'', and dropped a '''nuclear bomb on the Doctor.''' [[note]]Of course it doesnt work, but ''still.''[[/note]] [[MagnificentBastard Magnificent. Bastard.]]
** Also in "Davros", Kimberly Todd gets a big one that rivals those of the title character himself. Near the end, she is [[spoiler:held hostage by Davros using his poison injector that was giving to him so that he could MercyKill himself back on Skaro. She is kept on a spaceship, which the Doctor and Lorraine are trying to keep inside the planet so that Davros cannot escape and destroy the economy with his equation. However, Davros is working to bypass that safeguard the Doctor is using, while the Doctor hesitates to crash the ship because of he. So what does she do? She grabs the injector, [[HeroicSacrifice shoots herself with it]], all while calling Davros a weak coward who paints his fear of death as bravery instead of what it really is. Her sacrifice allows the Doctor to destroy the ship, stopping Davros. Wow, what a way to go.]]

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* "Davros" is one long [=MoA=] for you-know-who. He starts the story off ''freaking [[DeathIsCheap DEAD]]'', and by the end he's taken over the galaxy's biggest [[MegaCorp corporation]], pretended to be a {{Woobie}} to enlist the help of the CEO's [[UnwittingPawn wife]] in taking over the company, reduced the galactic stock market to a simple, foolproof equation and held the economy hostage by threatening to release said equation to ''everyone'', and dropped a '''nuclear bomb on the Doctor.''' [[note]]Of course it doesnt doesn’t work, but ''still.''[[/note]] [[MagnificentBastard Magnificent. Bastard.]]
** Also in "Davros", Kimberly Todd gets a big one that rivals those of the title character himself. Near the end, she is [[spoiler:held hostage by Davros using his poison injector that was giving to him so that he could MercyKill himself back on Skaro. She is kept on a spaceship, which the Doctor and Lorraine are trying to keep inside the planet so that Davros cannot escape and destroy the economy with his equation. However, Davros is working to bypass that safeguard the Doctor is using, while the Doctor hesitates to crash the ship because of he. her. So what does she do? She grabs the injector, [[HeroicSacrifice and shoots herself with it]], all it]] while calling Davros a weak coward who paints his fear of death as bravery instead of what it really is. Her sacrifice allows the Doctor to destroy the ship, stopping Davros. Wow, what a way to go.]]
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* "The Shadow Of The Scourge": Ace faces an EldritchAbomination colony which feeds on people's fears by talking to them. Without even making a fuss about it, Ace immediately decides to have someone ''destroy her ear drums'' (knowing the TARDIS medbay can just fix her up later) so she can get on with saving the world.

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* "The Shadow Of The Scourge": Ace faces an EldritchAbomination colony which feeds on people's fears by talking to them. Without even making a fuss about it, Ace immediately decides to have someone ''destroy her ear drums'' (knowing the TARDIS medbay med bay can just fix her up later) so she can get on with saving the world.



* Ace, in The Dark Flame, fighting off ''zombies'' with the Doctor's ''umbrella'' while yelling at him to hurry up.

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* Ace, in The “The Dark Flame, Flame”, fighting off ''zombies'' with the Doctor's ''umbrella'' while yelling at him to hurry up.




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* "Storm Warning": Lord Tamworth fights and wins against a creature created only to destroy life using GoodOldFisticuffs.
* "Other Lives": C'rizz is deeply humiliated and enslaved as part of a freak show. It's all played for laughs, since the entire episode is a happy little comedy. In the middle of the plot's resolution, C'rizz sneaks off, goes back to the guy who enslaved him, [[spoiler: breaks his spine and rips out his eyes]]. Because no matter how much the Doctor treats him as a regular companion, C'rizz really, really isn't.



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* "The Light at the End": The climax, in which [[spoiler: the Fourth and Eighth Doctors trick the Master into explaining his plan, enabling the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Doctors to go back in time to prevent it from succeeding. The Master then discovers eight Doctors in eight [=TARDISes=] surrounding his and ready to Time Ram him.]]
* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
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* "The Light at the End": The climax, in which [[spoiler: the Fourth and Eighth Doctors trick the Master into explaining his plan, enabling the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Doctors to go back in time to prevent it from succeeding. The Master then discovers eight Doctors in eight [=TARDISes=] surrounding his and ready to Time Ram him.]]
* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
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* "Storm Warning": Lord Tamworth fights and wins against a creature created only to destroy life using GoodOldFisticuffs.
* "Other Lives": C'rizz is deeply humiliated and enslaved as part of a freak show. It's all played for laughs, since the entire episode is a happy little comedy. In the middle of the plot's resolution, C'rizz sneaks off, goes back to the guy who enslaved him, [[spoiler: breaks his spine and rips out his eyes]]. Because no matter how much the Doctor treats him as a regular companion, C'rizz really, really isn't.
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** Just as notable is that Liv Chenka, while trapped in a Dalek prison, manages to overpower and disarm the Master with nothing more than a bottle of ''perfume''. [[spoiler:Mind, the Master uses this to his advantage anyways, but points for initiative]].

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** Just as notable is that Liv Chenka, while trapped in a Dalek prison, manages to overpower and disarm the Master with nothing more than a bottle of ''perfume''. [[spoiler:Mind, [[spoiler: Mind you, the Master uses this to his advantage anyways, but points for initiative]].



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* Not really a Big Finish example, but nevertheless awesome. In the prequel mini-sode to the 50th Anniversary Special, The Night of The Doctor,[[spoiler: the Eighth Doctor says the names of all of his companions before he dies, calling them his companions and saluting them. Through this, the entirety of the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho expanded universe is now CANON IN THE TV SERIES AS WELL!!!]]

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* Not really a Big Finish example, but nevertheless awesome. In the prequel mini-sode minisode to the 50th Anniversary Special, The Night of The Doctor,[[spoiler: the Eighth Doctor says the names of all of his companions before he dies, calling them his companions and saluting them. Through this, the entirety of the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho expanded universe is now CANON IN THE TV SERIES AS WELL!!!]]



*** And then, as if it couldn't get any better, [[Creator/BilliePiper ROSE]] was announced for Series 2!

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*** And then, as if it couldn't get any better, [[Creator/BilliePiper ROSE]] ‘‘[[Creator/BilliePiper Rose]]’’ was announced for Series 2!



* Jenny, The Doctor's daughter will be getting her own series in 2018! Even getting herself a companion of her own!

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* Jenny, The Doctor's daughter will be getting her own series in 2018! Even getting herself a companion of her own!
own!
28th Feb '18 4:11:41 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride:

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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride:stride. It is hard not to be compelled by witnessing him unleashing all of his most diabolical {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry and just basking in it:
25th Feb '18 5:24:59 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.

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-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.\\
25th Feb '18 5:24:43 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Heavenly Paradigm" from the ''War Master Volume One'' boxset sees the Master and his "companion" Cole attempting to break into a secret Time Lord weapon storage, disguised as a mundane suburban house in Stamford Bridge in the 1970s. The guardian of the place is a Time Lord agent disguised as a kindly old lady, and she offers the visiting Master and Cole a cup of tea. Cole, fooled by the disguise, completely unsuspectingly drinks the tea, which turns out to be drugged and he passes out as a result. The Master, meanwhile, knew exactly who the old lady really was and what was going on, and when the agent realizes that he hasn't fallen for the bait, she confronts him at stazer-point. The Master is completely unintimidated by this and even smugly takes it all in stride:
-->'''Time Lord Agent:''' I have a stazer pointed directly at your hearts, set to maximum lethal power and my finger is on the trigger. All you have is a cup of tea.
'''The Master:''' I ''know''... Are you scared yet?
1st Nov '17 4:33:14 AM JoeB
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* Jenny The Doctor's Daughter will be getting her own series in 2018! Even getting herself a companion of her own!

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* Jenny Jenny, The Doctor's Daughter daughter will be getting her own series in 2018! Even getting herself a companion of her own!
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