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* This little gem from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers "The Myth Makers"]]: "Upon my soul, you're making me as nervous as a Baccante at her first orgy." Steven Moffat at least tries to ''disguise'' his dirty jokes.
* "The Celestial Toymaker" has the King of Hearts reciting a very offensive version of Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. That slipped past the censors in the UK. (Perhaps less offensive at the time, though.)

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* This little gem from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers "The Myth Makers"]]: "Upon my soul, you're making me as nervous as a Baccante at her first orgy." Steven Moffat Creator/StevenMoffat at least tries to ''disguise'' his dirty jokes.
* "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E7TheCelestialToymaker The Celestial Toymaker" Toymaker]]" has the King of Hearts reciting a very offensive version of Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. That slipped past the censors in the UK. (Perhaps less offensive at the time, though.)



* The Italian soldier in "The Tenth Planet" has PageThreeStunna posters on his wall and pornographic mags around his bunk.

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* The Italian soldier in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E2TheTenthPlanet The Tenth Planet" Planet]]" has PageThreeStunna posters on his wall and pornographic mags around his bunk.



* The Second Doctor serial [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheWheelInSpace "The Wheel in Space"]] gives us the classic Patrick Troughton line fluff: "We're all going to be killed shortly unless you switch over to ''[[FreudianSlip sexual air supply]]''."

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* The Second Doctor serial [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheWheelInSpace "The Wheel in Space"]] gives us the classic Patrick Troughton Creator/PatrickTroughton line fluff: "We're all going to be killed shortly unless you switch over to ''[[FreudianSlip sexual air supply]]''."



* During the filming of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva Castrovalva]]", Matthew Waterhouse, who plays Adric, had a ferocious hangover. Eventually, he ended up running over to a tree and vomiting during the scene where Tegan and the Doctor argue about who landed the TARDIS. The actors kept going so they could use the take. In the serial, if one listens carefully, Waterhouse can just barely be heard [[NauseaFuel tossing his cookies off-screen.]]

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* During the filming of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva Castrovalva]]", Matthew Waterhouse, Creator/MatthewWaterhouse, who plays Adric, had a ferocious hangover. Eventually, he ended up running over to a tree and vomiting during the scene where Tegan and the Doctor argue about who landed the TARDIS. The actors kept going so they could use the take. In the serial, if one listens carefully, Waterhouse can just barely be heard [[NauseaFuel tossing his cookies off-screen.]]]]
* This exchange from "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS20E6TheKingsDemons The King's Demons]]":
--> '''Tegan''': "Look at the size of that bed!"
-->'''The Doctor''': "One way of keeping warm"...



* In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon Aliens of London]]", one of the Slitheen mentions that he's going to miss his human disguise. "He had a wife, a mistress and a young farmer. God, I was busy."
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E6Dalek "Dalek"]]: Viewers were apparently so upset over a reference (in a sexual context) to "spooning" (lodging a number of complaints) they appeared to miss the fact one of the characters in this episode utters the strong (even for 2005) swear word "goddamn," which as of 2013 remains the strongest word uttered in the main ''Doctor Who'' series (for stronger language, you need to watch ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''). That may be dependent on your location -- in the UK and in Australia, neither "damn" nor "goddamn" are really considered swearwords.



* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E6Dalek "Dalek"]]: Viewers were apparently so upset over a reference (in a sexual context) to "spooning" (lodging a number of complaints) they appeared to miss the fact one of the characters in this episode utters the strong (even for 2005) swear word "goddamn," which as of 2013 remains the strongest word uttered in the main ''Doctor Who'' series (for stronger language, you need to watch ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''). That may be dependent on your location -- in the UK and in Australia, neither "damn" nor "goddamn" are really considered swearwords.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E6Dalek "Dalek"]]: Viewers were apparently so upset over a reference (in a sexual context) to "spooning" (lodging a number of complaints) they appeared to miss In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E11BoomTown Boom Town]]", Mickey notes that woman saw him, the fact one of Doctor, Rose and Jack exit the characters in this episode utters the strong (even for 2005) swear word "goddamn," which as of 2013 remains the strongest word uttered in the main ''Doctor Who'' series (for stronger language, you need to watch ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''). That may be dependent on your location -- in the UK and in Australia, neither "damn" nor "goddamn" are really considered swearwords.TARDIS.



* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E10LoveAndMonsters "Love & Monsters"]], Ursula gets [[spoiler:reduced to a face in a pavingstone]]. Elton remarks that they "still have a bit of a love life."



* And who could forget Captain Jack's not-so-subtle response to being in a room with THREE alternate versions of the Tenth Doctor (The regular Doctor, The half-human Meta-Crisis Doctor and the [=DoctorDonna=]) in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]]: "I can't tell you what I'm thinking right now..." [[TwinThreesomeFantasy Many fangirls were thinking the same thing...]]

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* And who could forget Captain Jack's not-so-subtle response In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E10LoveAndMonsters "Love & Monsters"]], Ursula gets [[spoiler:reduced to being a face in a room with THREE alternate versions pavingstone]]. Elton remarks that they "still have a bit of the Tenth Doctor (The regular Doctor, The half-human Meta-Crisis Doctor and the [=DoctorDonna=]) in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]]: "I can't tell you what I'm thinking right now..." [[TwinThreesomeFantasy Many fangirls were thinking the same thing...]]a love life."



* And who could forget Captain Jack's not-so-subtle response to being in a room with THREE alternate versions of the Tenth Doctor (The regular Doctor, The half-human Meta-Crisis Doctor and the [=DoctorDonna=]) in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]]: "I can't tell you what I'm thinking right now..." [[TwinThreesomeFantasy Many fangirls were thinking the same thing...]]
* "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime The End of Time]]" has a DirtyOldWoman who implies that she had a quickie in a police box.



* Also in that episode, the Dream Lord says to Amy "The Doctor left you alone with me. ''Anything'' can happen." And as he says those last two lines he transforms into wearing basically a bathrobe and has a very creepy expression on his face.

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* ** Also in that episode, the Dream Lord says to Amy "The Doctor left you alone with me. ''Anything'' can happen." And as he says those last two lines he transforms into wearing basically a bathrobe and has a very creepy expression on his face.



* Later, in [[Recap/DoctorWho2012CSTheSnowmen "The Snowmen"]], Vastra is shown in close-up outright leering at Clara. Surprisingly, Jenny doesn't comment.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E11TheCrimsonHorror "The Crimson Horror"]]:
** Even still later, Jenny can similarly be seen sizing up Clara in the background of one scene.
** The Doctor's, er, screwdriver was a bit ''[[SomethingElseAlsoRises happy]]'' when Jenny's [[DressHitsFloor dress hits the floor]] to reveal her sexy CatSuit.

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* Later, River has a subtle ShowingOffTheNewBody moment in [[Recap/DoctorWho2012CSTheSnowmen "The Snowmen"]], Vastra is shown [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler "Let's Kill Hitler"]] when she walks offscreen for a few seconds to (it's heavily implied) check out her new body's butt in close-up a mirror. We only hear her shrieking in delight, and later promising that she's "going to wear ''lots'' of [[PaintedOnPants jodhpurs]]!" Because it happens offscreen, it's not blatant enough to count as outright leering at Clara. Surprisingly, Jenny doesn't comment.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E11TheCrimsonHorror "The Crimson Horror"]]:
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{{Fanservice}}. Also, the joke is only obvious if you know what jodhpurs are. Even still later, Jenny can similarly be seen sizing up Clara in the background of one scene.
** The Doctor's, er, screwdriver was a bit ''[[SomethingElseAlsoRises happy]]''
moreso, when Jenny's [[DressHitsFloor you consider that she's wearing a loose-fitting dress hits the floor]] in that scene--meaning that she'd have to reveal have [[PantyShot deliberately lifted up her sexy CatSuit.dress]] to get a good look at her bottom. Which would be ''way'' too saucy to show on-screen on an episode of ''Doctor Who''.



** According to the behind-the-scenes publication ''The Doctor Who Companion: The Eleventh Doctor Vol. 6'', the original script would have had the Doctor utter the phrase "Traffic was a bitch." Evidently either Steven Moffat or the powers that be thought better of this and changed the dialogue.

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** According to the behind-the-scenes publication ''The Doctor Who Companion: The Eleventh Doctor Vol. 6'', the original script would have had the Doctor utter the phrase "Traffic was a bitch." Evidently either Steven Moffat Creator/StevenMoffat or the powers that be thought better of this and changed the dialogue.dialogue.
* Later, in [[Recap/DoctorWho2012CSTheSnowmen "The Snowmen"]], Vastra is shown in close-up outright leering at Clara. Surprisingly, Jenny doesn't comment.



* River has a subtle ShowingOffTheNewBody moment in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler "Let's Kill Hitler"]] when she walks offscreen for a few seconds to (it's heavily implied) check out her new body's butt in a mirror. We only hear her shrieking in delight, and later promising that she's "going to wear ''lots'' of [[PaintedOnPants jodhpurs]]!" Because it happens offscreen, it's not blatant enough to count as outright {{Fanservice}}. Also, the joke is only obvious if you know what jodhpurs are. Even moreso, when you consider that she's wearing a loose-fitting dress in that scene--meaning that she'd have to have [[PantyShot deliberately lifted up her dress]] to get a good look at her bottom. Which would be ''way'' too saucy to show on-screen on an episode of ''Doctor Who''.

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* River has a subtle ShowingOffTheNewBody moment [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E11TheCrimsonHorror "The Crimson Horror"]]:
** Even still later, Jenny can similarly be seen sizing up Clara
in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler "Let's Kill Hitler"]] the background of one scene.
** The Doctor's, er, screwdriver was a bit ''[[SomethingElseAlsoRises happy]]''
when she walks offscreen for a few seconds to (it's heavily implied) check out her new body's butt in a mirror. We only hear her shrieking in delight, and later promising that she's "going to wear ''lots'' of [[PaintedOnPants jodhpurs]]!" Because it happens offscreen, it's not blatant enough to count as outright {{Fanservice}}. Also, the joke is only obvious if you know what jodhpurs are. Even moreso, when you consider that she's wearing a loose-fitting Jenny's [[DressHitsFloor dress in that scene--meaning that she'd have hits the floor]] to have [[PantyShot deliberately lifted up reveal her dress]] to get a good look at her bottom. Which would be ''way'' too saucy to show on-screen on an episode of ''Doctor Who''.sexy CatSuit.
16th Nov '16 3:34:03 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* In "The Curse of Peladon", the Doctor tames the beast, Aggedor. Right at the end of the story, we get a brief scene where Aggedor attempts to hump the Doctor's leg.

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* In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E2TheCurseOfPeladon The Curse of Peladon", Peladon]]", the Doctor tames the beast, Aggedor. Right at the end of the story, we get a brief scene where Aggedor attempts to hump the Doctor's leg.



* Yates working his way into Global Chemicals by seducing the tea boy (!!!) in "The Green Death".

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* Yates working his way into Global Chemicals by seducing the tea boy (!!!) in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E5TheGreenDeath The Green Death".Death]]".



* In "Planet of the Spiders," the Doctor uses what is basically a mind-reading device to learn that the Brigadier received a wristwatch in a hotel room from a young lady called Doris. The Brigadier interrupts the Doctor before he can say anything else.

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* In "Planet "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders Planet of the Spiders," Spiders]]", the Doctor uses what is basically a mind-reading device to learn that the Brigadier received a wristwatch in a hotel room from a young lady called Doris. The Brigadier interrupts the Doctor before he can say anything else.



* Generally, throughout the era, Tom Baker liked to handle any control panel he could get his hands on as sexually as he could get away with - note his TARDIS console handling, and his enthusiastic masturbation of the Zygon ship console in "Terror of the Zygons". The revival series has referenced and incorporated all of this bashing about - see Sarah Jane commenting about how the Doctor always used to 'stroke' the TARDIS in "School Reunion" (and the canonisation of Doctor/TARDIS CargoShip in "The Doctor's Wife"), and the Twelfth Doctor explaining that Zygon consoles work by "titillating" them during "The Zygon Invasion".
* "Robot":

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* Generally, throughout the era, Tom Baker Creator/TomBaker liked to handle any control panel he could get his hands on as sexually as he could get away with - note his TARDIS console handling, and his enthusiastic masturbation of the Zygon ship console in "Terror "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons Terror of the Zygons".Zygons]]". The revival series has referenced and incorporated all of this bashing about - see Sarah Jane commenting about how the Doctor always used to 'stroke' the TARDIS in "School Reunion" (and the canonisation of Doctor/TARDIS CargoShip in "The Doctor's Wife"), and the Twelfth Doctor explaining that Zygon consoles work by "titillating" them during "The Zygon Invasion".
* "Robot":"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E1Robot Robot]]":



* In "Revenge of the Cybermen", the Doctor and Sarah are stuck on a rocket that's about to crash. "We're heading for the biggest bang in history," the Doctor says, before turning to look pointedly at her with a mock expression of shock as if noticing his own double-entendre. The line had apparently been written in seriousness, but caused repeated {{Corpsing}} attacks on set and became a little meme amongst the crew enough that "Terror of the Zygons" repeated the joke - after the Doctor blows up the Zygon ship, he solemnly intones "was that bang big enough for you, Brigadier?" before smirking at his line.
* "Pyramids of Mars" has Sutekh comment that he has endured an eternity of "darkness and impotence". This is innocent enough, until you remember that one of Sutekh's tortures at the hands of Horus in the original myth was to have his testicles ripped off.
* In "The Hand of Fear", the Doctor is teasing Eldrad with the ring he wants. Notice how he does this by playing with it with his middle finger. When the camera cuts to the reverse angle behind Eldrad, he's clearly subtly flipping Eldrad off.
* In "The Robots of Death", Uvanov gets to look straight at the camera and say "damn!" in a scene that's specifically lingered on. It's so out of place that it might even have been a CensorDecoy to distract from all the graphic descriptions of strangling that happen elsewhere in the scene.
* Later in "The Robots of Death", the Doctor and Leela are chained to a wall by cuffs around their neck and waist. Leela remarks sarcastically that it was good of them to leave their arms free, and the Doctor agrees, because he has a scratch. But watch him 'scratching' - what he actually does is slowly massage his right nipple, while closing his eyes and opening his mouth in bliss. And he continues to do this for half the scene until Leela stops him.
* "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" has a bit of fun with Victorian HaveAGayOldTime when Litefoot finds and plays with a phallic object in Greel's carpet bag and Jago exclaims, "What a queer collection of objects!"
* When Tom Baker appeared in-character on ''Swap Shop'' (in a special feature available on the "The Hand of Fear" DVD), he managed to sneak one in while being interviewed by a caller who kept stammering:

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* In "Revenge "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E5RevengeOfTheCybermen Revenge of the Cybermen", Cybermen]]", the Doctor and Sarah are stuck on a rocket that's about to crash. "We're heading for the biggest bang in history," the Doctor says, before turning to look pointedly at her with a mock expression of shock as if noticing his own double-entendre. The line had apparently been written in seriousness, but caused repeated {{Corpsing}} attacks on set and became a little meme amongst the crew enough that "Terror of the Zygons" repeated the joke - after the Doctor blows up the Zygon ship, he solemnly intones "was that bang big enough for you, Brigadier?" before smirking at his line.
* "Pyramids "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars Pyramids of Mars" Mars]]" has Sutekh comment that he has endured an eternity of "darkness and impotence". This is innocent enough, until you remember that one of Sutekh's tortures at the hands of Horus in the original myth was to have his testicles ripped off.
* In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E2TheHandOfFear The Hand of Fear", Fear]]", the Doctor is teasing Eldrad with the ring he wants. Notice how he does this by playing with it with his middle finger. When the camera cuts to the reverse angle behind Eldrad, he's clearly subtly flipping Eldrad off.
* In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E5TheRobotsOfDeath The Robots of Death", Death]]", Uvanov gets to look straight at the camera and say "damn!" in a scene that's specifically lingered on. It's so out of place that it might even have been a CensorDecoy to distract from all the graphic descriptions of strangling that happen elsewhere in the scene.
* Later in "The Robots of Death", ** Later, the Doctor and Leela are chained to a wall by cuffs around their neck and waist. Leela remarks sarcastically that it was good of them to leave their arms free, and the Doctor agrees, because he has a scratch. But watch him 'scratching' - what he actually does is slowly massage his right nipple, while closing his eyes and opening his mouth in bliss. And he continues to do this for half the scene until Leela stops him.
* "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang The Talons of Weng-Chiang" Weng-Chiang]]" has a bit of fun with Victorian HaveAGayOldTime when Litefoot finds and plays with a phallic object in Greel's carpet bag and Jago exclaims, "What a queer collection of objects!"
* When Tom Baker Creator/TomBaker appeared in-character on ''Swap Shop'' (in a special feature available on the "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E2TheHandOfFear The Hand of Fear" Fear]]" DVD), he managed to sneak one in while being interviewed by a caller who kept stammering:



* "Horror of Fang Rock" has a scene where the Doctor looks under Reuben's bed and finds his collection of [[PageThreeStunna smutty Victorian postcards]].

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* "Horror "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E1HorrorOfFangRock Horror of Fang Rock" Rock]]" has a scene where the Doctor looks under Reuben's bed and finds his collection of [[PageThreeStunna smutty Victorian postcards]].



* "The Stones of Blood" has one half of the female guest character double act make a suggestive remark to Romana about how much fun she can have with a bicycle seat.
* "The Creature From The Pit":

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* "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E3TheStonesOfBlood The Stones of Blood" Blood]]" has one half of the female guest character double act make a suggestive remark to Romana about how much fun she can have with a bicycle seat.
* "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E3TheCreatureFromThePit The Creature From The Pit":from the Pit]]":



* Camilla in "State of Decay" is a pretty obvious LesbianVampire and molests Romana.

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* Camilla in "State "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E4StateOfDecay State of Decay" Decay]]" is a pretty obvious LesbianVampire and molests Romana.



* In "The Two Doctors", Peri mouths "you asshole!" at the Doctor after he condescends to her once too often, although nothing can be heard.
* In "Revelation of the Daleks", there's a dialogue between the Doctor and Peri after he helps her climb over a wall which seems to imply that she accidentally [[GroinAttack kicked him in the genitals]] and did some permanent damage. It's revealed at the end that he's complaining about a broken pocket watch.
* The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Vervoids]]. ''[[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/tardis/images/7/7f/Oh_for_some_weedkiller.jpg Seriously?]]''

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* In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E4TheTwoDoctors The Two Doctors", Doctors]]", Peri mouths "you asshole!" at the Doctor after he condescends to her once too often, although nothing can be heard.
* In "Revelation "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E6RevelationOfTheDaleks Revelation of the Daleks", Daleks]]", there's a dialogue between the Doctor and Peri after he helps her climb over a wall which seems to imply that she accidentally [[GroinAttack kicked him in the genitals]] and did some permanent damage. It's revealed at the end that he's complaining about a broken pocket watch.
* The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Vervoids]]."[[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Vervoids]]". ''[[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/tardis/images/7/7f/Oh_for_some_weedkiller.jpg Seriously?]]''



* In "Dragonfire" its strongly implied that Ace, a teenager, lost her virginity to Sabalom Glitz. In the original script this was explicitly the case, but it was ultimately downplayed for fears of going too far.

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* In "Dragonfire" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E4Dragonfire Dragonfire]]" its strongly implied that Ace, a teenager, lost her virginity to Sabalom Glitz. In the original script this was explicitly the case, but it was ultimately downplayed for fears of going too far.
12th Aug '16 9:38:27 PM NateThePrate
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** In the same story arc, Glitz tells Mel to "Extract your digit."
2nd Aug '16 3:40:04 PM frogpatrol
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* Vasor tries to rape Barbara in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E5TheKeysOfMarinus "The Keys of Marinus"]].



* Vasor tries to rape Barbara in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E5TheKeysOfMarinus "The Keys of Marinus"]].



* Barbara was almost raped ''again'' in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E4TheRomans "The Romans"]], this time by Emperor Nero.
* Edith is strongly implied to be gang-raped off-screen by the three Norwegian scouts in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E9TheTimeMeddler "The Time Meddler"]], as [[WordOfGod confirmed by Verity Lambert]] on the DVD commentary. She also explains why the Hartnell era had a higher concentration of sex references; though social taboos were stricter due to the recent introduction of TV, there was less in the way of strict rules on content. In general, there was a tacit understanding of what was appropriate for broadcast, but whether a specific sequence breached it or not was mostly a matter for the personal opinion of the producer.

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* Barbara was almost nearly raped ''again'' in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E4TheRomans "The Romans"]], this time by Emperor Nero.
* Edith is strongly implied to be gang-raped off-screen by the three Norwegian scouts in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E9TheTimeMeddler "The Time Meddler"]], as [[WordOfGod confirmed by Verity Lambert]] Lambert confirmed]] on the DVD commentary. She also explains why the Hartnell era had a higher concentration of sex references; though social taboos were stricter due to the recent introduction of TV, there was less in the way of strict rules on content. In general, there was a tacit understanding of what was appropriate for broadcast, but whether a specific sequence breached it or not was mostly a matter for the personal opinion of the producer.



* "The Celestial Toymaker" includes The King of Hearts reciting a very offensive version of Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. That slipped past the censors in the UK but American networks wouldn't play it.

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* "The Celestial Toymaker" includes The has the King of Hearts reciting a very offensive version of Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. That slipped past the censors in the UK but American networks wouldn't play it. UK. (Perhaps less offensive at the time, though.)



* In "The Curse of Peladon", the Doctor tames the beast, Aggedor. Right at the end of the story, we get a brief scene where Aggedor starts attempting to hump the Doctor's leg.

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* In "The Curse of Peladon", the Doctor tames the beast, Aggedor. Right at the end of the story, we get a brief scene where Aggedor starts attempting attempts to hump the Doctor's leg.



** Has the Master on Earth making a teleporter that pushes matter through time and space called "Transmission of Matter Through Insterstitial Time". They even use the abbreviation TOMTIT[[note]]This is a kind of cute little Australian bird.[[/note]]. One investor gets mad at the expense and that the machine doesn't seem to work properly. "Even the name is arrogant! TOM'''TIT'''", with an emphasis on the last three letters. And STILL nobody in the censor board noticed. (It's also Cockney rhyming slang for, well, exactly what you think.)

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** Has the Master on Earth making a teleporter that pushes matter through time and space called "Transmission of Matter Through Insterstitial Time". They even use the abbreviation TOMTIT[[note]]This TOMTIT. (This is a kind of cute little Australian bird.[[/note]]. One ) An investor gets mad at the expense and that the machine doesn't seem to work properly. "Even the name is arrogant! TOM'''TIT'''", with an emphasis on the last three letters. And STILL ''still'' nobody in the censor board noticed. (It's also Cockney rhyming slang for, well, exactly what you think.)



* In "Planet of the Spiders," the Doctor uses what is basically a mind-reading device to learn that the Brigadier received a wristwatch in a hotel room from a young lady called Doris, to mark her gratitude. The Brigadier interrupts the Doctor before he can say anything else.
** The fact that Doris [[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E1Battlefield later appears as the Brigadier's wife]] basically confirms the implications.

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* In "Planet of the Spiders," the Doctor uses what is basically a mind-reading device to learn that the Brigadier received a wristwatch in a hotel room from a young lady called Doris, to mark her gratitude.Doris. The Brigadier interrupts the Doctor before he can say anything else.
** The fact that Doris [[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E1Battlefield later appears as the Brigadier's wife]] basically confirms the implications.



* Generally, throughout the era, Tom Baker liked to handle any control panel he could get his hands on as sexually as he could get away with - note his TARDIS console handling, and his enthusiastic masturbation of the Zygon ship console in "Terror of the Zygons". The revival series has referenced and incorporated all of this bashing about - see Sarah Jane commenting about how the Doctor always used to 'stroke' the TARDIS in "School Reunion" (and the canonisation of Doctor/TARDIS CargoShip in "The Doctor's Wife"), and the Twelfth Doctor explaining that Zygon consoles work by 'titillating' them in a little skit in "The Zygon Invasion".

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* Generally, throughout the era, Tom Baker liked to handle any control panel he could get his hands on as sexually as he could get away with - note his TARDIS console handling, and his enthusiastic masturbation of the Zygon ship console in "Terror of the Zygons". The revival series has referenced and incorporated all of this bashing about - see Sarah Jane commenting about how the Doctor always used to 'stroke' the TARDIS in "School Reunion" (and the canonisation of Doctor/TARDIS CargoShip in "The Doctor's Wife"), and the Twelfth Doctor explaining that Zygon consoles work by 'titillating' "titillating" them in a little skit in during "The Zygon Invasion".
24th Jul '16 4:50:55 PM pinkdalek
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* Later in "The Robots of Death", the Doctor and Leela are chained to a wall by cuffs around their neck and waist. Leela remarks sarcastically that it was good of them to leave their arms free, and the Doctor agrees, because he has a scratch. But watch him 'scratching' - what he actually does is slowly massage his right nipple, while closing his eyes and opening his mouth in bliss. And he continues to do this for half the scene until Leela stops him.
24th Jul '16 4:00:12 AM pinkdalek
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* In "The Robots of Death", Uvanov gets to look straight at the camera and say "damn!" in a scene that's specifically lingered on. It's so out of place that it might even have been a CensorDecoy to distract from all the graphic descriptions of strangling that happen elsewhere in the scene.
22nd Jul '16 8:58:31 PM SomberCaelifera
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] has Missy refer to the Doctor's TARDIS as "the dog's unmentionables" before tickling one of the bumps on a nearby Dalek. Although that is a British equivalent of 'the cat's pyjamas'.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] has Missy refer to the Doctor's TARDIS as "the dog's unmentionables" before tickling one of the bumps on a nearby Dalek. Although that is a British equivalent of 'the cat's pyjamas'.
22nd Jul '16 8:57:31 PM SomberCaelifera
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] has Missy refer to the Doctor's TARDIS as "the dog's unmentionables" before tickling one of the bumps on a nearby Dalek.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] has Missy refer to the Doctor's TARDIS as "the dog's unmentionables" before tickling one of the bumps on a nearby Dalek. Although that is a British equivalent of 'the cat's pyjamas'.
19th May '16 4:18:53 PM The12thDoctor
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[[caption-width-right:350:Well, at least it's better than him [[Series/TheThickOfIt swearing...]]]]






** Plus the freeze-frame bonus as the Doctor is putting his gauntlet on. His facial expression and finger positioning are most eloquent.

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** Plus the freeze-frame bonus as the Doctor is putting his gauntlet on.on, as seen in the page image. His facial expression and finger positioning are most eloquent.
11th May '16 6:48:45 AM pinkdalek
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* In order to solve the murder of the Wirrn Queen in "The Ark in Space", the Doctor connects his brain up to an electronic circuit that causes him to experience intense pain. The Doctor seems incredibly keen about this, and his screams of agony seem suspiciously ecstatic, with lots of lip-biting, sweating and moaning.
* In "Revenge of the Cybermen", the Doctor and Sarah are stuck on a rocket that's about to crash. "We're heading for the biggest bang in history," the Doctor says, before turning to look pointedly at her with a mock expression of shock as if noticing his own double-entendre.
* The story immediately after, "Terror of the Zygons", has a similar joke after the Doctor blows up the Zygon ship and solemnly intones "was that bang big enough for you, Brigadier?" before smirking at his line.

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* In order to solve the murder of the Wirrn Queen in "The Ark in Space", the Doctor connects his brain up to an electronic circuit that causes him to experience intense pain. The Doctor seems incredibly keen about this, and his screams of agony seem suspiciously ecstatic, with lots of lip-biting, sweating and moaning.
* In "Revenge of the Cybermen", the Doctor and Sarah are stuck on a rocket that's about to crash. "We're heading for the biggest bang in history," the Doctor says, before turning to look pointedly at her with a mock expression of shock as if noticing his own double-entendre.
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double-entendre. The story immediately after, line had apparently been written in seriousness, but caused repeated {{Corpsing}} attacks on set and became a little meme amongst the crew enough that "Terror of the Zygons", has a similar Zygons" repeated the joke - after the Doctor blows up the Zygon ship and ship, he solemnly intones "was that bang big enough for you, Brigadier?" before smirking at his line.



* "The Stones of Blood" has one half of the guest character double act make a suggestive remark to Romana about how much fun she can have with a bicycle seat.

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* "The Stones of Blood" has one half of the female guest character double act make a suggestive remark to Romana about how much fun she can have with a bicycle seat.
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