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3rd Feb '16 11:55:22 AM Metz77
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** Very pronounced in the Big Finish audio dramas. Oddly, Nicola Bryant doesn't seem to have any problem slipping back into the accent she used on the television show for certain stories, but in others she tends to speak with something much closer to her natural British accent. In general, when she appears alongside Colin Baker's sixth Doctor, she speaks with an American accent, but, strangely enough, her (chronologically earlier) appearances alongside Peter Davison's fifth Doctor feature a British accent. Which means that at some point Peri switched from an American to a British accent, and then back again.
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** Very pronounced in the Big Finish audio dramas. Oddly, Nicola Bryant doesn't seem to have any problem slipping back into the accent she used on the television show for certain stories, but in others she tends to speak with something much closer to her natural British accent. In general, when she appears alongside Colin Baker's sixth Doctor, she speaks with an American accent, but, strangely enough, her (chronologically earlier) appearances alongside Peter Davison's fifth Doctor feature a British accent. Which means that at some point Peri switched from an American to a British accent, and then back again. Could be FridgeBrilliance, in that Peri's accent generally got more convincing the longer Bryant was on the show, and so in her Five audios Bryant my deliberately affect a less convincing accent.
1st Feb '16 10:42:45 AM PurpleDalek
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[[folder: Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart]] !!Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart CMG CBE DSO (Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh and Twelfth Doctors) [[quoteright:150:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/brig_1090.png]] ->''"Just once, I'd like to face an alien menace that wasn't {{immune to bullets}}."'' -->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear The Web of Fear]]" -->Played by: Creator/NicholasCourtney (1968,[[note]]He debuted in a serial in late Season 5, followed by a return in a serial in early Season 6, these first 2 serials both aired in the year 1968[[/note]] 1970–75,[[note]]In 1970-71, he was a RegularCharacter appearing in every serial of those two years; from 1972-75, he was more of a RecurringCharacter, appearing in 2 or 3 serials per year[[/note]] 1983, 1989, 1993), Jeremiah Krage (2014 as a Cyberman) -->Also appeared in ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' (2008) [[labelnote:Note on appearances]]The Brigadier appeared on-screen with the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Seventh Doctors in classic ''Doctor Who'', and with the Sixth Doctor in "Dimensions in Time", making Nicholas Courtney the only actor to share screen time with all of the original Doctors. (The Brig himself didn't appear with William Hartnell's First Doctor, but Courtney played Bret Vyon in "The Daleks' Master Plan" with Hartnell and the Brigadier in "The Five Doctors" with Hurndall.) In addition, he has shown up in ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' audios with the Eighth Doctor, and in ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', where he would have returned again alongside the Tenth Doctor if not for a stroke. However, while the Brig and Ten never interacted in performed ''Doctor Who'' of any kind, Courtney acted alongside a pre-Doctor Creator/DavidTennant in ''Big Finish''. Finally, the Brig appeared as a Cyberman in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], played by Jeremiah Krage as Courtney had passed away by then.[[/labelnote]] One of the most significant and recognisable companions, although he rarely travelled away from Earth. The head of UNIT in the 70s ([[ContinuitySnarl or in the 80s]], [[AuthorsSavingThrow "depending on dating protocol"]]), the Brig worked alongside the Doctor and many of his companions in that era and beyond -- often defending the Earth from various threats. He retired from UNIT in 1976, though still met up with the Doctor on occasion, as well as with Sarah Jane (in ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', 2008). TropeNamer for TheBrigadier. * AgentScully: Has a tendency to keep this up even when up to his eyeballs in aliens. First time in the TARDIS, he dismissed the inside view as "some kind of optical illusion". UNIT in general seems to treat extraterrestrial matters kind of lightly, even in the new series, yet UNIT is ''supposed'' to be monitoring and defending against intergalactic activity. * AndIMustScream: He passes away in a nursing home circa 2011, but his consciousness is intercepted by the Nethersphere. Three years later, his withered earthly remains are cyber-converted and he is uploaded back into them, essentially stuck in the decayed shell of his former self with bits of cybernetics wired into the organic parts to reanimate that body against his will. But he manifests the willpower to overcome the Cyberman conditioning and breaks loose, not blowing himself up with Danny and the rest of the undead Cybermen. Instead, he saves his daughter from certain death. After that, he just flies off into parts unknown, not to be heard from again. * AntiHero: Normally he's clearly on the good team but he dives headlong into this in "Doctor Who and the Silurians" where he orders the total genocide of a hibernating race. He also showed no hesitation about gunning down an unarmed prisoner in "Battlefield". * AscendedExtra: Appeared as simply Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear The Web of Fear]]". Brought back the next season and given a bonus promotion. * BackFromTheDead: In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven Death in Heaven]]", he, along with every other corpse on Earth, comes back as a Cyberman. And breaks his conditioning to save his daughter and to defeat the Master one more time. * BadassBeard: In old age. * BadassMustache: Ironically, a fake one in almost all of his appearances outside "[[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors The Five Doctors]]". This allowed the actor to turn TheBrigadier into the "Brigade Leader" in the MirrorUniverse tale "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E4Inferno Inferno]]". There, the character sported an [[GoodScarsEvilScars Evil Scar]]-and-[[EyepatchOfPower Eyepatch]] combo. Quite jarring.) * BadassNormal: He doesn't know the first thing about time travel or Time Lords, but he knows how to lead an army. After all, they don't name you to the Distinguished Service Order for sitting around. * BewareTheNiceOnes: Despite his constant politeness, stiff upper lip and occasional goofy moments, he's probably the most ruthless regular character on screen. ** He ''shot the Master'', as a Cyberman, because Missy '''''THREW HIS DAUGHTER OUT OF A PLANE!''''' *** Also punched the Master in the Death Zone. Without The Master even seeing him beforehand. * BraveScot: It doesn't come up all that often, but he's very proud of his heritage. * TheBrigadier: TropeNamer! * TheBusCameBack: In "Death in Heaven" comes back as a Cyberman, but breaks his conditioning. * CameBackStrong: Before his death, he was a human soldier. After his death, he's a ''metal'' soldier that can fly and shoot lasers. * ColonelBadass: Before his promotion to Brigadier. * TheComicallySerious: The embodiment of Keep Calm And Carry On. Lethbridge-Stewart is going to ''remain'' in charge, and no squid aliens, chaps with wings, giant robots, creatures from the Black Lagoon, or killer mannequins are going to have anything to say about it! * CommutingOnABus: In Seasons 9-13 after UNIT no longer appeared in every story. After the final end of UNIT as a regular part of the show's set-up, he made three more appearances in the 1980s, and a final appearance in ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''. (Poor health repeatedly prevented him from appearing in the main show during the 21st century.) * CoolOldGuy: After he retired. * DeadpanSnarker: Got into many a mutual snarking match with Three. Two and Four liked to just run circles around him intellectually instead. Five and Seven, on the other hand, were kinder and fairly more respective of the Brig. * DeathWish: If you have one, fuck with either [[spoiler:his daughter]] or the Doctor. * DrinkOrder: According to one of the nurses at his retirement home, before his death, he enjoyed a glass of brandy in the evenings and always made sure they poured an extra glass for the Doctor, in case he ever showed up. * DyingMomentOfAwesome: Coming back from the grave, actually. He's able to summon the truly unfathomable willpower required to resist Cyber-conversion after being three years dead, and saves his daughter's life before blasting the Master away so the Doctor won't have to do it. ** Leads to DyingWish too. Finally, ''he gets the salute he always wanted.'' '''''Finally.''''' * EyepatchOfPower: His scary alternate-universe self in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E4Inferno Inferno]]". * ExpandedUniverse: More than you can shake a stick at. Apart from his ''extensive'' work on AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho, he got his own direct-to-video spinoff together with Sarah Jane and Victoria, called ''Downtime''. * {{Expy}}: Resembles Colonel Breen from ''Series/QuatermassAndThePit''. So much so, that originally Julian Glover from the then-recent [[Film/QuatermassAndThePit movie adaptation]] would have played him had the original actor not dropped out. * FascinatingEyebrow: His rival those of Creator/DavidTennant. * FiveRoundsRapid: Also the TropeNamer. * {{Flanderization}}: He was introduced in Season 5 and made a regular in Season 7, serving as an action-oriented non-scientific foil for the Doctor. Despite being a somewhat stubborn and closed-minded military man who depended upon the Doctor in dire circumstances, he was shown in his first 2 seasons as crafty and capable. Starting in Season 8, his most obvious traits were magnified. It got so bad that by Season 10 he was incapable of getting ''anything'' done when the Doctor was away, failed to understand even simple scientific principles, and was incredulous of any unusual phenomenon. This trend was reversed somewhat when his character was reintroduced in Season 20 after an absence of 7 years. * {{Foil}}: He was mostly written as a ''Monty Python'' army character for the pacifist Doctor to snark at: a rules-abiding bureaucrat who is forced to employ a chaotic person to restore order. The character eventually managed to transcended this. * [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Father Like Daughter]]: His daughter, Kate, from the expanded universe, who later appears in the TV series. * ImmuneToBullets: Again, the TropeNamer, though not immune himself by any means. * ItRunsInTheFamily: A sea of calm in the face of the manic Third Doctor. It's quite interesting to see the Eleventh Doctor (and now Twelfth) losing his mind in the presence of Kate Stewart's unflappability. * JurisdictionFriction: He may be a loyal British subject through and through but UNIT is a ''United Nations'' organization. So although he often cooperates with the British Government he will occasionally go over their head by contacting his superiors in Geneva if he feels it's necessary. * KnightFever: Gained a "Sir" in Creator/BigFinish, which was later confirmed in the TV series. Even before that, he was a Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, and a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. * ManInAKilt: Wears the hunting Stewart tartan during UNIT's adventure in Scotland. * NervesOfSteel: He ''knows no fear''. * {{Pornstache}}: Interestingly, his fascist MirrorUniverse counterpart is clean-shaven. (Although the actor was clean-shaven throughout the series -- the famed moustache was actually a fake.) * TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: In ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', he gives modern day UNIT one after a Bane disguised as a UNIT major has the cheek to insinuate that his era had it ''easier''. --> '''Brigadier''': In my day, we took on Daleks, Cybermen, Autons, Zygons, and all manner of space thuggery! And it doesn't come more hostile than ''that!'' * RetiredBadass: In SJA, just because he retired doesn't mean he won't remind you of just ''why'' he is the Brig. ** He walks with a cane by this time. It fires ''harpoons.'' *** Whether he actually ''needs'' the cane... or just carries it because it ''fires harpoons''... is up for debate. Knowing The Brigadier, it's probably ''the latter''. * RunningGag: In both ''Doctor Who'' and ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', the Brig has a disturbing tendency to be "stranded in Peru" when all the important, UNIT-related alien stuff is going on. * SarcasticDevotee: He can snark and be irritated by the Doctor and whatever catastrophe he now has to deal with, but it's clear that beneath it all, he's secretly having the time of his life. * ShootTheDog: Very much so in "Doctor Who and the Silurians". * TheSnarkKnight: Especially towards Two. * StaffOfAuthority: His swagger stick. * StiffUpperLip: No matter whatever weird menace the Universe throws against him, the Brig takes it completely in stride. * TooSpicyForYogSogoth: His love for his daughter, as well as his sense of duty for his country, allow him to break from his Cyber-converstion when reanimated as a Cyberman by the Master during "Death in Heaven". * VitriolicBestBuds: His friendship with the Doctor starts out very uneasy, and he and Three spend most of their time insulting each other. His encounter with Five is naturally a lot calmer, and by the time he meets Seven, they've moved securely into this trope's territory. ** In Creator/BigFinish, he later (for him) meets Six and Eight (in that order), and gets along very well with both regeneration; the latter even explicitly refers to the Brig as his closest friend among his companions up to that point. * WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: The Doctor often criticizes his unimaginative and often violent response to every alien threat. How justified this criticism is varies according to the circumstances. The Brigadier is simply using the tools he's most familiar with against aliens who are frequently hostile or at least acting in a sinister manner. Coming up with other options is the Doctor's job. * YouLookFamiliar: Nicholas Courtney played Bret Vyon in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan]]" before he got the role of the Brigadier, making him the ''only'' actor to act alongside all seven (eight if you count the audio dramas ''Minuet In Hell'' and ''Zagreus'') of the original Doctors at some point in his career. [[/folder]]

[[folder: John Benton]] !!Sergeant John Benton (Second, Third and Fourth Doctors) [[quoteright:150:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/benton_9879.png]] ->'''Benton:''' Right then, Doctor. You'd better get busy.\\ '''Third Doctor:''' What?\\ '''Benton:''' You'd better start overpowering me, hadn't you? You know, a bit of your Venusian oojah? -->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E3TheInvasion The Invasion]]" -->Played by: John Levene (1968, 1970–75[[note]]After appearing in one serial in early Season 6 in 1968, he returned midway through Season 7 in 1970 appearing in the last two serials that year. In 1971, he was in all but one serial that year. From 1972-75, he was a RecurringCharacter appearing in about two serials per year[[/note]])[[note]]a ''very'' young Darren Plant played the baby incarnation of Benton in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster The Time Monster]]"[[/note]] A kind and determined UNIT sergeant. Benton was down-to-Earth and often had common sense that others around him seemed to lack. He always stood up for what he believed was right, even if it meant defying orders or getting into fights with his direct superiors. Together with Captain Yates, he was one of two recurring characters during the UNIT years who were subordinate to the Brigadier. After the Golden Age incident that led to Yates's forced retirement, he was promoted to a Warrant Officer to make up for the absence of a Captain under the Brigadier's command. * {{Adorkable}}: Extremely badass, but has his moments of being this very much, like his being proud of making the best coffee in UNIT. * CaptainSmoothAndSergeantRough: While Captain Yates certainly fits the bill of this duo, Benton is an absolute ''teddy bear'' of an NCO. * CommutingOnABus: In Seasons 9-13 after UNIT no longer appeared in every story. * ExpandedUniverse: Got his own direct-to-video spinoff, ''Wartime''. * TheFettered: He even lets the Doctor knock him out in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]" so he doesn't have to break the law to help him. * NumberTwo: The Brigadier often confers to Benton when he needs something done, even though Mike Yates outranks him. * OnlyOneName: John Benton was only "Sergeant Benton" until the 1987 spin-off video ''Wartime'', though his first name was decided upon back in the 1970s. The name was simply not used until then, but has subsequently appeared in the ExpandedUniverse as his name (which also makes him TheDanza). * PutOnABus: Appeared to be [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion killed in action]] by an android duplicate, but it turns out that he retired from UNIT in 1979 and has since become a used car salesman. * RankUp: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E3TheAmbassadorsOfDeath Happens]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E1Robot twice]]. * ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Benton embodies this trope, especially all over "Invasion of the Dinosaurs." --> '''Finch:''' You’ll be court martialled for this, Sergeant! --> '''Benton:''' Yes, sir. Very sorry, sir! * SergeantRock: Eventually became UNIT's Regimental Sergeant Major, and often served as the Brig's senior enlisted man in the field. He's always calm, always on-the-ball, and very quick to react when a situation completely changed -- best seen when he very rapidly kicked, grabbed and overpowered Mike Yates after the latter's FaceHeelTurn. * ThoseTwoGuys: With Yates. * UnfazedEveryman: Adapts with equanimity no matter what gets thrown at him. Exemplified in his first time inside the TARDIS. --> Third Doctor: "Well, Sergeant? Aren't you going to say 'it's bigger on the inside than it is on the outside'? Everybody else does." -->Sgt. Benton: "Well, it's ... pretty obvious, isn't it?" [[/folder]]

[[folder: Mike Yates]] !!Captain Mike Yates (Third Doctor) [[quoteright:150:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/yates_3127.png]] -> ''"Rank has its privileges."'' -->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E1TerrorOfTheAutons Terror of the Autons]]" -->Played by: Richard Franklin (1971–74,[[note]]He was in all but one serial in 1971; from 1972-1974 he appeared in one or two serials per year[[/note]] 1983) Mike Yates was one of several subordinates to the Brigadier over the years. Despite being a soldier, he was also somewhat of a radical hippie. He left UNIT after the events of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]", but returned once more for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders the final Third Doctor tale]]. It's unknown if he rejoined UNIT after or simply faded into obscurity. In the [[DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], Franklin reprised his role with Tom Baker in 2009 for three series of audio adventures, ''Hornet's Nest'', ''Demon Quest'' and ''Serpent Crest''. * AbortedArc: Franklin currently believes that the original intention of the serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]" was to kill off Mike Yates. This is indeed quite possible, though his appearance in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders a subsequent story]] might suggest otherwise. Less disputably, his planned romance with Jo never came to be. * BiTheWay: A throwaway line (suggested by the actors) had him asking the Brigadier for a dance. (A fertility dance, to be precise.) The ExpandedUniverse ran with the idea and saw him ending up with a guy named Tom. * BoundAndGagged: In "Planet of the Spiders" in Episode 5. * {{Brainwashed}}: "The Green Death" left him just a little bit traumatised, and he ended up taking an extensive vacation to clear his head. It didn't go well. * CaptainSmoothAndSergeantRough: Fulfills his half of the dynamic with Benton, but the good Sergeant is far too much of a cuddly sort for it to be played straight. * CheshireCatGrin: Both the Brig and the Doctor draw attention to it in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E2TheMindOfEvil The Mind of Evil]]". It irks the Brig, but deeply amuses the Doctor. * CommutingOnABus: In Seasons 9-11 after UNIT no longer appeared in every story. * DidNotGetTheGirl: Flirted on and off with Jo Grant for his time on the show, and looks utterly crestfallen when she announces her marriage... according to an interview with Richard Franklin, the stage directions actually called for this. * FaceHeelTurn * ThoseTwoGuys: With Benton. * VitriolicBestBuds: With the Doctor. Gets along marvellously with him and has the occasional snarky FriendshipMoment. * WellIntentionedExtremist[=/=]HeelRealization: In "Invasion of the Dinosaurs". [[/folder]]
28th Jan '16 12:02:50 PM moloch
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Mike Yates was one of several subordinates to the Brigadier over the years. Despite being a soldier, he was also somewhat of a radical hippie. He left UNIT after the events of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]", but returned once more for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders the final Third Doctor tale]]. It's unknown if he rejoined UNIT after or simply faded into obscurity.
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Mike Yates was one of several subordinates to the Brigadier over the years. Despite being a soldier, he was also somewhat of a radical hippie. He left UNIT after the events of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]", but returned once more for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders the final Third Doctor tale]]. It's unknown if he rejoined UNIT after or simply faded into obscurity. obscurity. In the [[DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], Franklin reprised his role with Tom Baker in 2009 for three series of audio adventures, ''Hornet's Nest'', ''Demon Quest'' and ''Serpent Crest''.
28th Jan '16 11:39:20 AM moloch
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* OnlyOneName: John Benton was only "Sergeant Benton" until the 1987 spin-off video ''Wartime'', though his first name was decided upon back in the 1970s. The name was simply not used until then, but has subsequently appeared in the ExpandedUniverse as his name.
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* OnlyOneName: John Benton was only "Sergeant Benton" until the 1987 spin-off video ''Wartime'', though his first name was decided upon back in the 1970s. The name was simply not used until then, but has subsequently appeared in the ExpandedUniverse as his name.name (which also makes him TheDanza).
22nd Dec '15 6:17:58 AM LondonKdS
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* IgnoredEnamoredUnderling: Much of her characterisation is hard to interpret in any way other than her having an unrequited love for the Fifth Doctor that couldn't be explicitly stated because of the NoHuggingNoKissing. Apart from the fans who think that the unrequited love was for Nyssa instead.
22nd Dec '15 6:00:53 AM LondonKdS
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* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Her ''Barbarella''-influenced dress sense goes rather oddly with her bubbly and innocent personality.
17th Dec '15 10:20:37 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Whether she survived the Time War or not.
6th Dec '15 2:42:07 PM JamesAustin
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* NeverFoundTheBody: May have died in the Time War. * PlotHole: Her regeneration scene, written by Douglas Adams, is one of the series' most infamous ones. Basically, Romana shows up in Princess Astra's body and clothes and announces that she's regenerating for no reason whatsoever. When the Doctor scolds her for copying someone else's body, she merrily cycles through a series of different bodies until settling on the Astra look permanently. This type of regeneration contradicted just about everything in the series, was never explained in any way on TV, and was never heard from again. ** The Creator/BigFinish ''Audioplay/{{Gallifrey}}'' series, dives into the question headfirst and offers a very good explanation. Other bits of the Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse have also taken a stab at it: the short story "The Lying Old Witch in the Wardrobe", for example, suggests the TARDIS forced her to in a fit of jealousy (after impersonating Romana during the events of "Destiny of the Daleks").
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* NeverFoundTheBody: May have died in the Time War. * PlotHole: Her regeneration scene, written by Douglas Adams, is one of the series' most infamous ones. Basically, Romana shows up in Princess Astra's body and clothes and announces that she's regenerating for no reason whatsoever. When the Doctor scolds her for copying someone else's body, she merrily cycles through a series of different bodies until settling on the Astra look permanently. This type of regeneration contradicted just about everything in the series, was never explained in any way on TV, and was never heard from again. \n** The Creator/BigFinish ''Audioplay/{{Gallifrey}}'' series, dives into the question headfirst and offers a very good explanation. Other bits of the Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse have also taken a stab at it: the short story "The Lying Old Witch in the Wardrobe", for example, suggests the TARDIS forced her to in a fit of jealousy (after impersonating Romana during the events of "Destiny of the Daleks").
6th Dec '15 2:27:42 PM JamesAustin
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* {{Foil}}: He was mostly written as a ''Monty Python'' army character for the pacifist Doctor to snark at: a rules-abiding bureaucrat who is forced to employ a chaotic person to restore order. That the character transcended this is down to Nicholas Courtney, an actor of no small talent.
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* {{Foil}}: He was mostly written as a ''Monty Python'' army character for the pacifist Doctor to snark at: a rules-abiding bureaucrat who is forced to employ a chaotic person to restore order. That the The character eventually managed to transcended this is down to Nicholas Courtney, an actor of no small talent.this.
2nd Dec '15 1:07:37 PM JamesAustin
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