History Recap / DoctorWho

14th Dec '17 5:50:33 PM nighttrainfm
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The Sonic Screwdriver was retired during this era, and remained out of use onscreen until the TV Movie. Also, due to an oversight regarding what date "Mawdryn Undead" took place in-universe and vagueness over the date of retirement of [[TheBrigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart]], it became impossible to tell if any stories featuring UNIT while he was an enlisted officer took place [[ContinuitySnarl in the 1970s or 1980s without narratives contradicting each other]]. This became known as the "UNIT dating controversy", and has been riffed on in the revival: the Doctor himself isn't sure when it happened, while Kate Stewart claims it depends on "dating protocol".

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The Sonic Screwdriver was retired during this era, and remained out of use onscreen until the TV Movie. Also, due to an oversight regarding what date "Mawdryn Undead" took place in-universe and vagueness over the date of retirement of [[TheBrigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart]], it became impossible to tell if any stories featuring UNIT while he was an enlisted officer took place [[ContinuitySnarl in the 1970s or 1980s without narratives contradicting each other]]. This became known as the "UNIT dating controversy", and has been riffed on in the revival: even the Doctor himself isn't sure when it happened, while Kate Stewart claims it depends on "dating protocol".
14th Dec '17 5:48:05 PM nighttrainfm
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->''"About time I found something better to do than around after the Brigadier!"''
-->-- '''The Doctor'''
14th Dec '17 5:44:27 PM nighttrainfm
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Donna Noble is reunited with the Doctor and comes to realize there's more to her than anyone ever knew as together they liberate the Ood, solve a mystery with Agatha Christie, and meet a mysterious woman from the Doctor's own future named River Song. And when a universe-spanning crisis looms, all of the "Children of Time" who have come to befriend this particular Doctor will band together to meet it with him.

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Donna Noble is reunited with the Doctor and comes to realize there's more to her than anyone ever knew as together they liberate witness the uprising of the Ood, solve a an actual murder mystery with Agatha Christie, and meet a mysterious woman from the Doctor's own future named River Song. And when a universe-spanning crisis looms, all of the "Children of Time" who have come to befriend this particular Doctor will band together to meet it with him.
14th Dec '17 5:43:46 PM nighttrainfm
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Donna Noble is reunited with the Doctor and comes to realize there's more to her than anyone ever knew as together they liberate the Ood, encounter Agatha Christie, and a mysterious woman from the Doctor's own future named River Song. And when a universe-spanning crisis looms, all of the "Children of Time" who have come to befriend this particular Doctor will band together to meet it with him.

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Donna Noble is reunited with the Doctor and comes to realize there's more to her than anyone ever knew as together they liberate the Ood, encounter solve a mystery with Agatha Christie, and meet a mysterious woman from the Doctor's own future named River Song. And when a universe-spanning crisis looms, all of the "Children of Time" who have come to befriend this particular Doctor will band together to meet it with him.
25th Nov '17 1:52:02 AM Aomic
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# "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E6Shada Shada]]" [-(6 episodes, incomplete and unaired; various adaptations bridge the missing pieces)-]

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# "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E6Shada Shada]]" [-(6 episodes, formerly incomplete and unaired; various adaptations bridge unfilmed parts were completed in 2017 with animation and [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim most of]] the missing pieces)-]original voice cast) [[note]]It was also the most adapted story of the classic series, with a novel, a video release with Tom Baker returning as a "[[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor Curator-type]] character to provide linking narration, animated adaptation featuring PaulMcGann instead of Tom Baker and scenes were reused in "[[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors The Five Doctors]]"[[/note]]-]
24th Nov '17 3:05:58 AM Siempie
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7th Oct '17 7:47:03 PM Discar
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'''The Doctor:''' That's a horrible simile.

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'''The Doctor:''' That's a horrible simile.\\
1st Oct '17 4:07:09 AM The12thDoctor
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->''"An apple a day keeps the... No, never mind."''
-->-- '''The Doctor'''




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->'''Peri:''' Look Doctor, ever since you regenerated, i-it's as if your memory has been put through the meat grinder. I mean, it's all there, but in a pile of unrelated bits and pieces.\\
'''The Doctor:''' That's a horrible simile.
'''Peri:''' It's true, though. In the past couple of days, you've called me Tegan, Zoe, Susan... on one occasion, you even referred to me as Jamie.



->''"In all my travelling throughout the universe, I have battled against evil, against power-mad conspirators. I should have stayed here! The oldest civilisation: decadent, degenerate, and rotten to the core! Power-mad conspirators? Daleks? Sontarans? Cybermen? They're still in the nursery compared to us!'' '''''Ten million years of absolute power! That's what it takes to be REALLY corrupt!'''''''"''

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->''"In all my travelling throughout the universe, I have battled against evil, against power-mad conspirators. I should have stayed here! The oldest civilisation: decadent, degenerate, and rotten to the core! Power-mad conspirators? Daleks? Sontarans? Cybermen? They're still in the nursery compared to us!'' '''''Ten us! '''Ten million years of absolute power! That's what it takes to be REALLY corrupt!'''''''"''corrupt!'''"''



Due to being split into two separate arcs, many media and the BBC itself treat Series 7 as two separate seasons, 7A and 7B. In 7A, the Doctor returns to the Ponds, reaffirming their friendship before a final, and tragic, farewell. As 7B begins, he has all but retired in the wake of his loss, but he comes down from a Victorian-era cloud thanks to a quirky and inquisitive serving wench and governess named Clara Oswin Oswald. When tragedy strikes again, he realizes he's heard her voice before -- in a Dalek asylum where she ''was'' Oswin Oswald, a computer whiz. How can one woman have lived and died twice? That question gives him a reason to return to the stars, and when a present-day nanny, Clara Oswald, calls the TARDIS for help he brings her onboard in hopes of figuring out the riddle of her existence...and eventually learns how she would/will go on to define a major part of who he is, all while etching herself on his hearts in a way not seen in centuries.

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Due to being split into two separate arcs, many media and the BBC itself treat Series 7 as two separate seasons, 7A and 7B. In 7A, the Doctor returns to the Ponds, reaffirming their friendship before a final, and tragic, farewell. As 7B begins, he has all but retired in the wake of his loss, but he comes down from a Victorian-era cloud thanks to a quirky and inquisitive serving wench and governess named Clara Oswin Oswald. When tragedy strikes again, he realizes he's heard her voice before -- in a Dalek asylum where she ''was'' Oswin Oswald, a computer whiz. How can one woman have lived and died twice? That question gives him a reason to return to the stars, and when a present-day nanny, Clara Oswald, calls the TARDIS for help he brings her onboard in hopes of figuring out the riddle of her existence...and eventually learns how she would/will go on to define a major part of who he is, all while etching herself on his hearts in a way not seen in centuries.\n


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In 7A, the Doctor returns to the Ponds, reaffirming their friendship before a final, and tragic, farewell. As 7B begins, he has all but retired in the wake of his loss, but he comes down from a Victorian-era cloud thanks to a quirky and inquisitive serving wench and governess named Clara Oswin Oswald. When tragedy strikes again, he realises he's heard her voice before -- in a Dalek asylum where she ''was'' Oswin Oswald, a computer whiz. How can one woman have lived and died twice? That question gives him a reason to return to the stars, and when a present-day nanny, Clara Oswald, calls the TARDIS for help he brings her onboard in hopes of figuring out the riddle of her existence...and eventually learns how she would/will go on to define a major part of who he is, all while etching herself on his hearts in a way not seen in centuries.
21st Sep '17 2:37:22 AM goldenroad
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!!War Doctor era (Sir Creator/JohnHurt)
The War Doctor, played by Sir Creator/JohnHurt, was introduced retroactively in 2013 as a bygone, concealed incarnation of the Doctor who fought in the Last Great Time War. His on-screen appearances are contained to the Eleventh Doctor era, and are listed in that section below: "The Name of the Doctor", "The Night of the Doctor" and "The Day of the Doctor". You'll find the rest of his adventures in the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho audio range and the ExpandedUniverse.

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!!War Doctor era (Sir Creator/JohnHurt)
([[Creator/JohnHurt Sir John Hurt]])
The War Doctor, played by [[Creator/JohnHurt Sir Creator/JohnHurt, John Hurt]], was introduced retroactively in 2013 as a bygone, concealed incarnation of the Doctor who fought in the Last Great Time War. His on-screen appearances are contained to the Eleventh Doctor era, and are listed in that section below: "The Name of the Doctor", "The Night of the Doctor" and "The Day of the Doctor". You'll find the rest of his adventures in the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho audio range and the ExpandedUniverse.
13th Sep '17 3:09:55 PM nighttrainfm
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The Doctor and Jo deal with Daleks, interstellar politics, and the Master's ever-more-dangerous bids for world domination.
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