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28th Dec '17 6:06:50 AM MasterFuzzy
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* In ''[[Recap/DoctorWho2017CSTwiceUponATime Twice Upon a Time]],'' the Doctor tells Rusty "this is the first time a Dalek's ever gotten naked for me." And later, he does a CallBack to [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E2IntoTheDalek when he went inside him.]]
29th Nov '17 5:39:45 AM ClintEastwood
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* Li H'sen Chang in "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" seems to get obsessed with the Doctor, based on the fact that Chang's mind-reading powers don't work on him. He describes him in awe as "tall, with wide pale eyes, and hair that curls like the ram", and singles him out for magic tricks. Creator/MarkGatiss is a fan, and relished his part in ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' in which he played one half of a homoerotic rivalry between Chang and Fourth Doctor [[{{Expy}} Expies]].

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* Li H'sen Chang in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang The Talons of Weng-Chiang" Weng-Chiang]]" seems to get obsessed with the Doctor, based on the fact that Chang's mind-reading powers don't work on him. He describes him in awe as "tall, with wide pale eyes, and hair that curls like the ram", and singles him out for magic tricks. Creator/MarkGatiss is a fan, and relished his part in ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' in which he played one half of a homoerotic rivalry between Chang and Fourth Doctor [[{{Expy}} Expies]].
22nd Nov '17 4:13:50 PM pinkdalek
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* Li H'sen Chang in "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" seems to get obsessed with the Doctor, based on the fact that Chang's mind-reading powers don't work on him. He describes him in awe as "tall, with wide pale eyes, and hair that curls like the ram", and singles him out for magic tricks. Creator/MarkGatiss is a fan, and relished his part in ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' in which he played one half of a homoerotic rivalry between Chang and Fourth Doctor [[{{Expy}} Expies]].
21st Nov '17 1:07:28 AM PaulA
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** The same author wrote the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Human Nature'', in which the Doctor recalls "A boy in [his] class who so hated and loved [him] that he kept upsetting [his] experiments." Given Three specifies that he and The Master ''both'' did this, the implications run a little deep.

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** The same author wrote the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Human Nature'', ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresHumanNature Human Nature]]'', in which the Doctor recalls "A boy in [his] class who so hated and loved [him] that he kept upsetting [his] experiments." Given Three specifies that he and The Master ''both'' did this, the implications run a little deep.
25th Oct '17 12:05:08 AM narm00
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* In "Keeper of Traken", the Master, while behind the Doctor, actually begins to [[http://images.plurk.com/4MBayDwer21AcONXgFs22l.gif twiddle his fingers]] through the Doctor's curly hair.
* "The Mind of Evil" contains an especially poignant scene where the Master subjects the Doctor to the effects of a dangerous machine, then visibly panics when he realizes he's nearly killed the Doctor. His demeanor once the Doctor wakes up is about two parts tender concern to one part HowDareYouDieOnMe. Note how he spends most of their conversation right up in the Doctor's personal space. Also note the way his voice trembles when he says, "You were within an inch of dying." His strange love-hate feelings for the Doctor are nearly palpable.

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* In "Keeper "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E6TheKeeperOfTraken Keeper of Traken", Traken]]", the Master, while behind the Doctor, actually begins to [[http://images.plurk.com/4MBayDwer21AcONXgFs22l.gif twiddle his fingers]] through the Doctor's curly hair.
* "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E2TheMindOfEvil The Mind of Evil" Evil]]" contains an especially poignant scene where the Master subjects the Doctor to the effects of a dangerous machine, then visibly panics when he realizes he's nearly killed the Doctor. His demeanor once the Doctor wakes up is about two parts tender concern to one part HowDareYouDieOnMe. Note how he spends most of their conversation right up in the Doctor's personal space. Also note the way his voice trembles when he says, "You were within an inch of dying." His strange love-hate feelings for the Doctor are nearly palpable.



* In the ninth series premiere "The Magician's Apprentice", a resurrected Missy shows Clara a disc that is the "last will" of the Doctor "to be given to his best friend." When Clara reaches for it, Missy tells her to stop as it was MISSY the disc was bequeathed to as the Doctor's oldest friend.

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* In the ninth series premiere "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice The Magician's Apprentice", Apprentice]]", a resurrected Missy shows Clara a disc that is the "last will" of the Doctor "to be given to his best friend." When Clara reaches for it, Missy tells her to stop as it was MISSY the disc was bequeathed to as the Doctor's oldest friend.



** In part 2 Missy goes out of her way to save him.

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** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E2TheWitchsFamiliar part 2 2]], Missy goes out of her way to save him.
21st Oct '17 3:02:33 PM Siempie
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15th Aug '17 6:32:46 AM narm00
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* The Twelfth Doctor goes there in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E11WorldEnoughAndTime World Enough And Time]]", admitting he had a man-crush on the Master at the Academy.



** And then there's the whole second half of Series 10, where The Doctor is trying to reform her while acting as her jailer for a thousand years...

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** And then there's the whole second half of Series 10, where The Doctor is refuses to execute her, instead trying to reform her while acting as her jailer for a thousand years...years...
* It's been noted by some fans that the Doctor lets the Master get away with a ''lot'' of shit they wouldn't tolerate from any of their other villains (cf. trying to steal the Doctor's lives in the TVM, the Year That Never Was, "The End of Time", trying to get the Doctor to kill Clara)...



* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E2TheEndOfTheWorld Cassandra's first appearance]], the Doctor blows her to pieces. In her [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1NewEarth ''second'' appearance]], she... realizes he's hot and makes out with him.

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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E2TheEndOfTheWorld Cassandra's first appearance]], the Doctor blows her to pieces. In her ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1NewEarth second]]'' [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1NewEarth ''second'' appearance]], she... realizes he's hot and makes out with him.
22nd Jul '17 4:12:43 PM TheStray
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*** ''And'' attempts to [[MurderTheHypotenuse trick The Doctor into killing Clara, her rival for his affection]].
** And then there's the whole second half of Series 10, where The Doctor is trying to reform her while acting as her jailer for a thousand years...
23rd Jun '17 6:43:32 PM RoxasOrDie
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** The same author wrote the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Human Nature'', in which the Doctor recalls "A boy in [his] class who so hated and loved [him] that he kept upsetting [his] experiments." Given Three specifies that they ''both'' did this, the implications run a little deep.

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** The same author wrote the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Human Nature'', in which the Doctor recalls "A boy in [his] class who so hated and loved [him] that he kept upsetting [his] experiments." Given Three specifies that they he and The Master ''both'' did this, the implications run a little deep.
23rd Jun '17 6:33:59 PM RoxasOrDie
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* Helped along by the sixth Master being specifically cast and acted to resemble the Doctor in his actions and mannerisms. His wife, or as the Doctor surreptitiously calls her, TheBeard, clearly was not willing to let another man run off with her husband though.

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* Helped along by the sixth Simm's Master being specifically cast and acted to resemble the Doctor in his actions and mannerisms. His wife, or as the Doctor surreptitiously calls her, TheBeard, clearly was not willing to let another man run off with her husband though.
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