History Characters / DoctorWhoOtherSupportingCast

20th Jul '17 9:28:11 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* TheSlowPath: From his point of view, his encounters with the TARDIS crew are 30 years apart. For them, it's just a few weeks.
18th Jul '17 10:20:26 PM MeekGazelle
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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Berates the Doctor for banishing Rassilon and the High Council in "Hell Bent" even though they unleashed countless horrors into the Universe, tried to '''destryy''' the Universe just so the Time Lords would survive and tortured him for '''''four billion years''''' after he saved them, yet she has the gall to insinuate that the Doctor was being cruel or even cowardly by doing so; considering what the Doctor [[FateWorseThanDeath usually]] [[AndIMustScream does]] to villains who really make him angry he was being ''kind''.

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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Berates the Doctor for banishing Rassilon and the High Council in "Hell Bent" even though they unleashed countless horrors into the Universe, tried to '''destryy''' '''destroy''' the Universe just so the Time Lords would survive and tortured him for '''''four billion years''''' after he saved them, yet she has the gall to insinuate that the Doctor was being cruel or even cowardly by doing so; considering what the Doctor [[FateWorseThanDeath usually]] [[AndIMustScream does]] to villains who really make him angry he was being ''kind''.
18th Jul '17 12:41:00 PM AFP
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* CallForward: Picked Rose's face to try and invoke a CallBack but got the past and future mixed up.

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* CallForward: Picked Rose's face to try and invoke a CallBack but got the past and future mixed up. Similarly, The Moment asking the Doctor about the children on Gallifrey harkens to "The Beast Below", where Amy draws a comparison between the Star Whale and The Doctor because neither could turn their backs on frightened children.
17th Jul '17 10:47:57 PM bweb
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* BuryYourGays: Ultimately subverted. Initially, it appeared that fusing with the alien puddle had killed her and stripped her of most of her humanity, her promise to always be by Bill the last vestige of her former self, still driving her. However, when she finally returns, it seems as if the hybrid organism has stabilized quite a bit, and still retains all of Heather's humanity, memories, drives, and passions.
16th Jul '17 8:00:22 PM QueenofSwords
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[[folder:Sylvia Noble]]
!!Sylvia Noble (Tenth Doctor)
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-> '''Played by:''' Jacqueline King (2006, 20082010)[[note]]Guest starred in the 2006 Christmas Special, a recurring character during the 2008 season, and made a final appearance in both parts of a two-part story, Part 1 airing on Christmas Day 2009, while Part 2 aired on New Years Day 2010[[/note]]

Donna's mum and Wilf's daughter. A caring, but emotionally abusive woman who gets caught up in the Doctor's life completely against her will.

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[[folder:Sylvia Noble]]
!!Sylvia Noble
[[folder:The Jones family]]
!!The Jones family
(Tenth Doctor)
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-> '''Played '''Francine Jones played by:''' Jacqueline King (2006, 20082010)[[note]]Guest starred Adjoa Andoh (2007-2008), '''Clive Jones played by:''' Trevor Laird (2007), '''Tish Jones played by:''' Gugu Mbatha-Raw (2007), '''Leo Jones played by:''' Reggie Yates (2007), '''Adeola Oshodi played by:''' Creator/FreemaAgyeman (2006).

Martha's family. Her cousin, Adeola, was revealed in Martha's debut episode to have been working in Canary Wharf, aka Torchwood Tower. In the episode "Army of Ghosts", she was partially cyberconverted and began opening the way to void to let the Cybermen and Daleks through. She was killed by the Tenth Doctor, noting that she had technically already been dead for some time.

Martha's sister, mother and brother were introduced to the Doctor in "The Lazarus Experiment" and gained the attention of the Master
in the 2006 Christmas Special, a recurring character during the 2008 season, and made a final appearance in both parts of a two-part story, Part 1 airing on Christmas Day 2009, while Part 2 aired on New Years Day 2010[[/note]]

Donna's mum and Wilf's daughter. A caring, but emotionally abusive woman who gets caught up in the Doctor's life completely against her will.
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* AbusiveParents: Sylvia is emotionally abusive towards Donna (and towards Wilf, as well) in a tear-jerkingly realistic way. When the Doctor realises how severe it gets, he calls her out on it quite hard.
* CommanderContrarian: Often how her jerkassery shows itself, immediately snapping down other people's suggestions or comments. Like when Wilf mentions he voted for Harriet Jones, former Prime Minister, she just turns to him and claims he didn't.
* HeelFaceTurn: It takes a long time, but she eventually confesses that Donna isn't just "the most important woman in all of creation" -- she's also the most important thing in her life.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold[=/=]MamaBear: She does care about Donna, but it takes her a long time to show it.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling. Wilf usually just ignores her, but Donna has a lot more trouble coping.
* WeirdnessCensor: She witnesses Donna vanish in a bright light, and just assumes it was some kind of trick.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Towards Donna, constantly and relentlessly. In the "Turn Left" timeline, she just coldly admits she's always seen Donna as a disappointment.
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[[folder:The Jones family]]
!!The Jones family (Tenth Doctor)
-> '''Francine Jones played by:''' Adjoa Andoh (2007-2008), '''Clive Jones played by:''' Trevor Laird (2007), '''Tish Jones played by:''' Gugu Mbatha-Raw (2007), '''Leo Jones played by:''' Reggie Yates (2007), '''Adeola Oshodi played by:''' Creator/FreemaAgyeman (2006).

Martha's family. Her cousin, Adeola, was revealed in Martha's debut episode to have been working in Canary Wharf, aka Torchwood Tower. In the episode "Army of Ghosts", she was partially cyberconverted and began opening the way to void to let the Cybermen and Daleks through. She was killed by the Tenth Doctor, noting that she had technically already been dead for some time.

Martha's sister, mother and brother were introduced to the Doctor in "The Lazarus Experiment" and gained the attention of the Master in the process.
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[[folder:Dorium Maldovar]]
!!Dorium Maldovar (Eleventh Doctor)
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->'''Played by:''' Simon Fisher-Becker (201011)

-->''"No, not me! Not me! You don't need me! Why would you need me? I'm old, I'm fat, I'm blue! You can't need me!"''

Owner and operator of the Maldovarium, a commercial/black market outpost in the 52nd century, Dorium made a brief cameo in "The Pandorica Opens" before being recruited by the Doctor to fight in the Battle of Demon's Run in "A Good Man Goes to War" to repay the Doctor's debt. He came back, post-mortem (sorta), in "The Wedding of River Song".

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[[folder:Dorium Maldovar]]
!!Dorium Maldovar (Eleventh
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!!Sylvia Noble (Tenth
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->'''Played -> '''Played by:''' Simon Fisher-Becker (201011)

-->''"No, not me! Not me! You don't need me! Why would you need me? I'm old, I'm fat, I'm blue! You can't need me!"''

Owner and operator of the Maldovarium, a commercial/black market outpost
Jacqueline King (2006, 20082010)[[note]]Guest starred in the 52nd century, Dorium 2006 Christmas Special, a recurring character during the 2008 season, and made a brief cameo final appearance in "The Pandorica Opens" before being recruited by the Doctor to fight both parts of a two-part story, Part 1 airing on Christmas Day 2009, while Part 2 aired on New Years Day 2010[[/note]]

Donna's mum and Wilf's daughter. A caring, but emotionally abusive woman who gets caught up
in the Battle of Demon's Run in "A Good Man Goes to War" to repay the Doctor's debt. He came back, post-mortem (sorta), in "The Wedding of River Song".life completely against her will.


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* AbusiveParents: Sylvia is emotionally abusive towards Donna (and towards Wilf, as well) in a tear-jerkingly realistic way. When the Doctor realises how severe it gets, he calls her out on it quite hard.
* CommanderContrarian: Often how her jerkassery shows itself, immediately snapping down other people's suggestions or comments. Like when Wilf mentions he voted for Harriet Jones, former Prime Minister, she just turns to him and claims he didn't.
* HeelFaceTurn: It takes a long time, but she eventually confesses that Donna isn't just "the most important woman in all of creation" -- she's also the most important thing in her life.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold[=/=]MamaBear: She does care about Donna, but it takes her a long time to show it.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling. Wilf usually just ignores her, but Donna has a lot more trouble coping.
* WeirdnessCensor: She witnesses Donna vanish in a bright light, and just assumes it was some kind of trick.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Towards Donna, constantly and relentlessly. In the "Turn Left" timeline, she just coldly admits she's always seen Donna as a disappointment.
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[[folder:Dorium Maldovar]]
!!Dorium Maldovar (Eleventh Doctor)
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->'''Played by:''' Simon Fisher-Becker (201011)

-->''"No, not me! Not me! You don't need me! Why would you need me? I'm old, I'm fat, I'm blue! You can't need me!"''

Owner and operator of the Maldovarium, a commercial/black market outpost in the 52nd century, Dorium made a brief cameo in "The Pandorica Opens" before being recruited by the Doctor to fight in the Battle of Demon's Run in "A Good Man Goes to War" to repay the Doctor's debt. He came back, post-mortem (sorta), in "The Wedding of River Song".
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11th Jul '17 10:32:28 PM bweb
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* ThouShaltNotKill: Readily states as The Ghost that he lives by this code.
9th Jul '17 2:49:44 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* FriendToAllChildren: His appearance at Monster's Day Out taking questions from a group of little children.

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* FriendToAllChildren: FriendToAllChildren:
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His appearance at Monster's Day Out taking questions from a group of little children.children.
** In the show proper, he gets along with kids just fine.
6th Jul '17 2:03:15 PM hendoguy1
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6th Jul '17 2:00:35 PM hendoguy1
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5th Jul '17 8:55:02 AM DarkPhoenix94
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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Berates the Doctor for banishing Rassilon and the High Council in "Hell Bent" even though they unleashed countless horrors into the Universe, tried to '''destory''' the Universe just so the Time Lords would survive and tortured him for '''''four billion years''''' after he saved them, yet she has the gall to insinuate that the Doctor was being cruel or even cowardly by doing so; considering what the Doctor [[FateWorseThanDeath usually]] [[AndIMustScream does]] to villains who really make him angry he was being ''kind''.
* TheConscience: Tries to be one for the Doctor in the absence of his companions, with variable success. Part of the reason she fails at this in "Hell Bent" is that she's chewing him out for 1) getting back at Rassilon and co. for trapping and torturing him, and 2) trying to ''save'' a companion, and having NoSympathy for how much he's suffered of late.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: The reason that she's angry at him about how he exiled Rassilon and the rest of the High Council could be less concern for them, more the fact that he just made an incredibly dangerous group the rest of the universe's problem: and going by the ExpandedUniverse, wherein Rassilon took over the Cybermen and returned to conquer Gallifrey, she kind of has a point.
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Berates the Doctor for banishing Rassilon and the High Council in "Hell Bent" even though they unleashed countless horrors into the Universe, tried to '''destory''' '''destryy''' the Universe just so the Time Lords would survive and tortured him for '''''four billion years''''' after he saved them, yet she has the gall to insinuate that the Doctor was being cruel or even cowardly by doing so; considering what the Doctor [[FateWorseThanDeath usually]] [[AndIMustScream does]] to villains who really make him angry he was being ''kind''.
** Though in fairness, her attitude could be more that he's now made them someone else's problem - which, considering what they're capable of, is a valid concern.
* TheConscience: Tries to be one for the Doctor in the absence of his companions, with variable success. Part of the reason she fails at this in "Hell Bent" is that while her reasoning is pragmatic, she's chewing him out for 1) getting back at Rassilon and co. for trapping and torturing him, and 2) trying to ''save'' a companion, and having NoSympathy for how much he's suffered of late.



* WeUsedToBeFriends: Her relationship with the Doctor was a semi-friendly one -- Twelve trusted her enough to leave his confession dial with her, but the events of "Hell Bent" have undoubtedly soured it, as she seems to think that the Doctor bloodlessly overthrowing and exiling Rassilon and company once he escaped the confession dial was the act of a DirtyCoward who was too scared of them to try and deal with them in other ways -- apparently seeing his torture, which was possibly ''solely'' to get information about the Hybrid out of him because they were scared of it, as understandable if not justified. She also doesn't seem to care that they ''are'' unrepentant war criminals. (Though an alternate interpretation suggests she thinks he's not being ''hard enough'' on them, given her scenes with Rassilon.)
* WhatTheHellHero: In "Hell Bent" she accuses Twelve of being a DirtyCoward by exiling Rassilon and co., and later berating him for breaking "every vow [he's] ever lived by" in trying to save Clara despite knowing he's risking the entire universe on a ploy that just won't work. They have no effect on him because she clearly doesn't understand how much he's suffered to get to that point nor how much he cares for/loves Clara. Also, given what she did to Eight, she's one to talk about him tossing his principles out the window as being a ''bad'' thing!
* WildCard: Sometimes she'll side with the Doctor, sometimes not -- depends if she thinks he's being an idiot!

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* WeUsedToBeFriends: Her relationship with the Doctor was a semi-friendly one -- Twelve trusted her enough to leave his confession dial with her, but the events of "Hell Bent" have undoubtedly soured it, as she seems to think that the Doctor bloodlessly overthrowing and exiling Rassilon and company once he escaped the confession dial was the act of a DirtyCoward who was too scared of them to try and deal with them in other ways -- apparently seeing his torture, which was possibly ''solely'' to get information about the Hybrid out of him because they were scared of it, as understandable if not justified. She also doesn't seem to care that they ''are'' unrepentant war criminals. (Though an alternate interpretation suggests she thinks he's not being ''hard enough'' on them, given her scenes with Rassilon.Rassilon, and her anger is based on the fact that he's just made them someone else's problem.)
* WhatTheHellHero: In "Hell Bent" she accuses Twelve of being a DirtyCoward by exiling Rassilon and co., and later berating him for breaking "every vow [he's] ever lived by" in trying to save Clara despite knowing he's risking the entire universe on a ploy that just won't work. They have no effect on him because she clearly doesn't understand how much he's suffered to get to that point nor how much he cares for/loves Clara. Also, given what she did to Eight, she's one to talk about him tossing his principles out the window as being a ''bad'' thing!
thing! Though in that case, the Doctor casting aside his principles was a key part of saving the universe, while his current actions risk destroying it, so there is some difference.
* WildCard: Sometimes she'll side with the Doctor, sometimes not -- it depends if she thinks he's being an idiot!idiot.
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