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20th Nov '17 6:53:38 AM Sapphirea2
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The principal companion of 2017, though she was first introduced with a two-minute video clip in 2016. A cafeteria worker at St. Luke's University in Bristol, she is fascinated with the lectures on time and space given by one particular, long-tenured "professor" even though she's not actually enrolled in his classes at first. The Doctor, in turn, is fascinated by her curiosity and he becomes her tutor. A crisis involving her potential girlfriend Heather leads to the Doctor having to reveal his true nature to Bill, and though he is trying to hold himself to ThePromise regarding his presence at the university, he subsequently takes her on as a companion to show her the wonders she's only heard him lecture about thus far.

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The principal companion of 2017, though she was first introduced with a two-minute video clip in 2016. A cafeteria worker at St. Luke's University in Bristol, she is fascinated with the lectures on time and space given by one particular, long-tenured "professor" even though she's not actually enrolled in his classes at first. The Doctor, in turn, is fascinated by her curiosity and he becomes her tutor. A crisis involving her potential girlfriend Heather leads to the Doctor having to reveal his true nature to Bill, and though he is trying to hold himself to ThePromise regarding his presence at the university, he subsequently takes her on as a companion to show her the wonders she's only heard him lecture about thus far.
far. While her relatively short tenure as a companion sees her undergo horrifying ordeals both on Earth and in the stars, the Doctor's guidance and her inner strength will bring her to a happier ending than even he can imagine is possible.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: She endures incredible suffering in "World Enough and Time" and "The Doctor Falls", including [[spoiler: getting most of her chest vaporized, spending ten years trapped in a creepy hospital, getting converted into a Cyberman, and watching the Doctor die (it remains to be seen if she'll ever know he survived thanks to her tears), but she holds onto her sanity long enough to get rescued by Heather and ends up leaving to explore the universe with her]].
* TheEveryman: As much as any companion can be. Out of the Series 10 team TARDIS dynamic of Bill, Nardole, the Doctor and [[spoiler: Missy]] she's the only one new to an adventuring life.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: She endures incredible suffering in "World Enough and Time" and "The Doctor Falls", Falls" that puts the ordeal of the Monks to shame, including [[spoiler: getting most of her chest vaporized, spending ten years trapped in a creepy hospital, getting betrayed by a False Friend and converted into a Cyberman, and watching the Doctor die (it remains to be seen if she'll ever know he survived thanks to her tears), die, but she holds onto her sanity long enough to get rescued by Heather and ends up leaving to explore the universe with her]].
her]]. Moreover, [[spoiler: she is happily reunited with him shortly before his regeneration, which also lifts the burden of his guilt over not being able to undo her Cyber-conversion himself]].
* TheEveryman: As much as any companion can be. Out of the Series 10 team Team TARDIS dynamic of Bill, Nardole, the Doctor and [[spoiler: Missy]] she's the only one new to an adventuring life.



* UnwillingRoboticisation: Part of her BreakTheCutie experience. [[spoiler: First, she ended up with her heart being replaced by a metal one after it was vaporised by a gun blast. Then she trusted the wrong person and ended up a full-blown Mondasian Cyberman]].

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* UnwillingRoboticisation: Part of her BreakTheCutie experience. [[spoiler: First, she ended up with her heart being replaced by a metal one after it was vaporised by a gun blast. Then she trusted the wrong person and ended up a the first full-blown Mondasian Cyberman]].
18th Nov '17 7:18:24 AM narm00
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* {{Cyborg}} / MixAndMatchMan: Matt's understanding, in Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine #518, is that Nardole's an alien, "with some robot replacement parts, and some human lungs".


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* MixAndMatchMan: Matt's understanding, in Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine #518, is that Nardole's an alien, "with [[{{Cyborg}} some robot replacement parts]], and some human lungs".
10th Nov '17 3:57:51 PM MrGuymanwatch
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* BareYourMidriff: In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E5Oxygen Oxygen]]" and briefly in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E1ThePilot The Pilot]]".
6th Nov '17 4:12:25 AM Tuvok
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* AlwaysSecondBest: He can't measure up to the Doctor even after taking his level in badass.

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* AlwaysSecondBest: He can't measure up to the Doctor even after taking his level in badass. However he stops trying to and decides to become his own person. [[CharacterDevelopment Leading him to look for his own purpose in life,]] away from the TARDIS [[AllLoveIsUnrequited and Rose.]]
23rd Oct '17 3:36:47 AM narm00
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The principal companion of 2017 and onwards, though she was first introduced with a two-minute video clip in 2016. A cafeteria worker at St. Luke's University in Bristol, she is fascinated with the lectures on time and space given by one particular, long-tenured "professor" even though she's not actually enrolled in his classes at first. The Doctor, in turn, is fascinated by her curiosity and he becomes her tutor. A crisis involving her potential girlfriend Heather leads to the Doctor having to reveal his true nature to Bill, and though he is trying to hold himself to ThePromise regarding his presence at the university, he subsequently takes her on as a companion to show her the wonders she's only heard him lecture about thus far.

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The principal companion of 2017 and onwards, 2017, though she was first introduced with a two-minute video clip in 2016. A cafeteria worker at St. Luke's University in Bristol, she is fascinated with the lectures on time and space given by one particular, long-tenured "professor" even though she's not actually enrolled in his classes at first. The Doctor, in turn, is fascinated by her curiosity and he becomes her tutor. A crisis involving her potential girlfriend Heather leads to the Doctor having to reveal his true nature to Bill, and though he is trying to hold himself to ThePromise regarding his presence at the university, he subsequently takes her on as a companion to show her the wonders she's only heard him lecture about thus far.
22nd Oct '17 3:26:13 PM UncontestedSequel517
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[[folder:Yasmin]]
!!Yasmin (Thirteenth Doctor)
->'''Played by:''' Mandip Gill
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[[folder:Ryan]]
!!Ryan (Thirteenth Doctor)
->'''Played by:''' Tosin Cole
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[[folder:Graham]]
!!Graham (Thirteenth Doctor)
->'''Played by:''' Bradley Walsh
20th Oct '17 4:08:42 AM narm00
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->'''Played by:''' Matt Lucas (2015, 2016, 2017)

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->'''Played by:''' Matt Lucas Creator/MattLucas (2015, 2016, 2017)



* {{Cyborg}} / MixAndMatchMan: Matt's understanding, in Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine #518, is that Nardole's an alien, "with some robot replacement parts, and some human lungs".



* HumanAlien: Though it's not mentioned on screen pre-Series 10, according to Matt Lucas in ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' #507, Nardole's not human, and is possessed of strange abilities and knowledge - making him the TV series' first non-human companion (not counting Handles) since the Fifth Doctor's era. He admits that he isn't human in "The Doctor Falls", though he's close enough that a virus that is lethal to humans still affects him severely, and he barely survives it.

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* HumanAlien: Though it's not mentioned on screen pre-Series 10, according to Matt Lucas in ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine #507, Nardole's not human, and is possessed of strange abilities and knowledge - making him the TV series' first non-human companion (not counting Handles) since the Fifth Doctor's era. He admits that he isn't human in "The Doctor Falls", though he's close enough that a virus that is lethal to humans still affects him severely, and he barely survives it.



* MoralityChain: River Song assigned him to be this to the Doctor before her death, knowing that he shouldn't be alone. At Missy's execution, he warned the Doctor not to go through with killing her, and subsequently has been doing his best to hold the bored, lonesome Doctor to his vow to watch over her and the Vault.

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* MoralityChain: River Song assigned him to be this to the Doctor before her death, knowing that he shouldn't be alone. At Missy's execution, he warned the Doctor not to go through with killing her, and subsequently has been doing did his best to hold the bored, lonesome Doctor to his vow to watch over her and the Vault.
12th Oct '17 5:53:37 PM Eagal
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* UnwillingRoboticisation: Part of her BreakTheCutie experieince. [[spoiler: First, she ended up with her heart being replaced by a metal one after it was vaporised by a gun blast. Then she trusted the wrong person and ended up a full-blown Mondasian Cyberman]].

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* UnwillingRoboticisation: Part of her BreakTheCutie experieince.experience. [[spoiler: First, she ended up with her heart being replaced by a metal one after it was vaporised by a gun blast. Then she trusted the wrong person and ended up a full-blown Mondasian Cyberman]].
12th Oct '17 5:45:46 PM Eagal
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[[spoiler:''The Passenger'']]

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''The Passenger''
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