->''"You know, after a while, everything is just stuff. That's the problem. You make all of space and time your backyard, what do you have? A backyard. But you can see it. And when you see it, I see it."''
-->-- '''Eleventh Doctor'''

The many, many people who accompany the Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho'' revival series (2005 onwards). For their ongoing character tropes in AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho (in which the original actors continue to play them), see [[Characters/BigFinishDoctorWhoCompanions here]].

'''Warning: There are a ''lot'' of ''unmarked'' spoilers on this page. Proceed with caution.'''

[[folder:Rose Tyler]]
!!Rose Tyler (Ninth and Tenth Doctors)
->''"Come on, tightwad, chips are on me. We've only got five billion years 'till the shops close!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose Rose]]"

-->Played by: Creator/BilliePiper (2005–06, 2008, 2010)\\
Young Rose played by: Julia Joyce (2005)

A shopgirl from 21st century London, she joined the Ninth Doctor for adventures in time and space, realizing that life on Earth with her long-time boyfriend Mickey wasn't doing it for her anymore. Although she delighted in exploring the universe, she also felt a strong loyalty to her own mum and to the memory of her dead dad.

Rose stays with the Doctor after he regenerates into Ten and acts as a love interest through both Doctors' runs. Left after series 2, returned for the finale of series 4.
* ActionGirl: She showed a few signs of it in seasons one and two (using her amateur gymnastics skills to save the Doctor in "Rose", shooting the Beast out of the ship in "The Satan Pit", becoming the Bad Wolf), but season four solidified her as this, where she's casually lugging around a huge gun and shooting Daleks like it's nothing.
* AdventureDuo: With the Doctor. In both of his regenerations Rose was not just his companion but his partner. In "Tooth and Claw" this became very apparent.
* AnywhereButTheirLips: With the exception of her "vortex transfer" kiss with the Ninth Doctor, and her kiss with the Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor. Rose and the Doctor were very clingy, they were always holding hands, hugging and generally touching each other.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Rose is responsible for causing more deaths than ''any'' other companion - directly in the series 1 finale, and indirectly (via Jack) in ''Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay''. In fairness, in both cases she was taken over by the Bad Wolf entity and was unaware of her actions.
* BigDamnKiss: The third person (after Grace and Jack) to have a snog with the Doctor in the TV series.
** Later shares a pretty powerful one with the Metacrisis Doctor.
* BookDumb: However, that doesn't mean she isn't intelligent, and series four makes it clear she's gotten past this.
* ClingyJealousGirl:
** Forms most of the tension with Sarah Jane when they first meet, and she ''really'' doesn't seem to like the idea that the Doctor has had female friends other than her in the past (or may have in future). In Rose's defense, though, the Doctor never once told her that he had previous companions and was more interested in catching up with Sarah Jane, and her main concern was being left behind. By the end of "School Reunion" the tension between Sarah Jane and Rose has disappeared and the two are delighted to see each other again in "Journey's End".
** In "The Stolen Earth", Rose gets really ticked that Martha was included in Harriet Jones's little League of Former Companions and she wasn't, even though Harriet had no way of knowing she was even alive at the time. She has to specify "I was here first", which is quite odd considering she knows the Doctor had companions before her and Sarah Jane is among the group.
* CharacterDevelopment: Rose has one of the biggest character developments in the series. She becomes stronger and more independent as the series progresses. She becomes confident in her own smarts and her ability to save the earth.
* TheConfidant: Most prominent in the first series. She becomes the Doctor's best friend (and love). He begins to trust her with facts about Galliffrey and his life before her. Not everything (she didn't know about regeneration and other companions) but he begins to trust her with his past.
* CuddleBug: She and the Doctor hug. A lot.
* DamselOutOfDistress: She rescues herself most of the time. Not only that she rescues others when she can. She is shown to be very empathetic and selfless when it comes to the universe (a contrast to her more selfish side when it comes to her personal life).
* DemotedToExtra: She returned for the series 4 finale after officially "leaving" her role of companion.
* {{Determinator}}: Who cares if travel between parallel universes is impossible? She won't let that stand between her and the Doctor.
* DisappearedDad: Peter Tyler died years ago, due to a car accident. At least two separate episodes of the first two revival series explored Rose's conflicted feelings about meeting him again or even bringing him back (the alternate universe version of her father, at the very least).
* DoNotCallMeSir: Like The Doctor, she doesn't like [=UNIT=] saluting her.
* EatingTheEyeCandy: According to Cassandra in "New Earth", this was Rose's reaction to Doctor's Tenth incarnation;
--> '''Cassandra''': You've been ''looking!'' You ''like'' it!
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Lampshaded by Martha and Jack:
--> '''Martha:''' Is that what happens though, seriously? You just get bored of us one day and disappear?\\
'''Jack:''' Not if you're blonde.\\
'''Martha:''' Oh she was blonde! Oh, what a surprise.
* FirstGirlWins: Rose is one of the few companions that The Doctor has expressed obvious ''romantic'' affection for, eventually ending up with his half-Donna clone. In a very strange (but sweet) way. The writers have explicitly said that the Clone told her "I love you" when they hooked up.
* ForgottenFirstMeeting:
** She originally met the Doctor during the last moments of his tenth incarnation the Christmas previous to her first meeting with the Ninth Doctor.
** Also, the Doctor first saw her image when the Moment took her form in his War Doctor incarnation, before regenerating into the Ninth Doctor, but doesn't remember because of the crossed timestreams.
* GirlNextDoor: One of the most normal companions in the entire series.
* AGodAmI: Temporarily.
-->'''The Doctor''': You can't control life and death!\\
'''Rose as Bad Wolf''': But I can, and the moon, and the stars....everything.
* GrandTheftMe: To Cassandra's chagrin. "I'm a chav!"
* HeroicSacrifice: Series 2 finale counts, though she's technically not dead, but ''listed'' as dead because she's stuck in another universe.
* AFriendInNeed: To save the Doctor and Jack she swallows the time vortex... talk about badass.
* FriendToAllChildren: Clearly shown in episodes that had children in them (not many), like "Fear Her".
* FriendshipMoment: She and the Doctor share many of these. Their little smiles, hand holding, hugging... When things get tough, they always look at each other.
* FunPersonified: In contrast to the Ninth Doctor's more gloomy attitude. It also shapes how the Tenth Doctor comes out (more upbeat, more happy) to match her.
* GirlyBruiser: She carries a big large gun during her fourth season appearance.
* GuileHero: She won't wait for the Doctor to rescue her. She will save herself and save others whilst doing it. Though not book smart, Rose has a lot of good instincts.
* TheHeart: She is there for the Doctor just after he lost Galifrey. She shows him how beautiful the universe can be, he sees the universe through her still innocent eyes. And slowly he begins to see the beauty in things again. She is a great influence to him, she is there holding his hand and offering him her support no matter what.
* HeldGaze: She and the Doctor can be sickeningly cute together. (Not ''all'' viewers mind.)
* HeroicWillpower: She does this several times during her tenure on the show. Most noticeably it's when she becomes the Bad Wolf and when she comes back to save the universes from collapsing.
* HoldingHands: It's kind of their thing. They are always holding hands!
* KindheartedCatLover: When she finds a cat in "Fear Her", she melts into affectionate gestures to it.
-->'''Rose:''' Aren't you a beautiful boy? I used to have one like you!
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Her interaction with Nine had this vibe to it, leading others to suspect they were a couple.
* LoveConfession: She tells the Tenth Doctor this. While he does not say it back, his clone whispers it back in her ear (according to the writers). She stays with the clone in the alternate universe. As of 2016 she stands as the first of only two companions to directly say "I love you" to the Doctor, which she does in "Doomsday" (the other being Clara Oswald in "Mummy on the Orient Express" (per WordOfGod), though the Doctor wasn't actually aware of this; River Song also more or less says this in "The Husbands of River Song" but isn't aware she's saying it with the Doctor standing right next to her).
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: To Nine, and a little bit to Ten as well. She keeps them both stable.
* MoralityChain: For the Ninth Doctor, helping a monster become a man again.. For the Tenth, she was more like his partner in crime. Ultimately, Ten assigned her this role for his metacrisis clone (a.k.a "Handy") because he was born out of war and hatred and needed someone to stop him.
* LoveRedeems: To the Ninth Doctor. They meet soon after the Time War, and it's through her friendship and love that the Doctor begins to accept what he has done and move on.
* ThePowerOfLove: Rose is quite possibly one of the most selfless companions when it comes to the universe after what happened with her father and the reapers.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Indirectly responsible for all fallout from making Jack immortal, including [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E11Utopia the return of the Master]] (and by extension, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E6TheLazarusExperiment Professor Lazarus's rampage]]) and [[Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay Miracle Day]]. Once again, though, this all happened under the influence of the Bad Wolf.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: As the Bad Wolf entity, she destroys half a million Daleks in seconds.
* PhysicalGod: Again, Bad Wolf is a basically a god of time because it consumed the Time Vortex.
* PluckyGirl: Rose might not always opt for doing the smartest action imaginable, but she definitely has a hefty amount of stubborn courage when the situation calls for it.
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: To the Ninth Doctor, mainly. The Tenth and her become closer and are less interested in hiding their mutual affection.
* StrangerInAFamiliarLand: She just doesn't feel at home with her mum any more after a while, especially in "The Parting of the Ways".
* TechnoBabble: She picked up this habit from The Doctor.
-->'''Rose''': One word in the wrong place could alter an entire casual nexus.
-->'''UNIT officer''': She talks like that....a lot.
* TookALevelInBadass: She appears to have taken one (off-screen) in series 3 because she gets a lot of respect from [=UNIT=]. Series 4 makes it explicit with her carrying a {{BFG}} and blowing up Daleks.
%%* {{Tsundere}}: The "sweet" type.
* UnreliableNarrator: Everything she says about her death is metaphorical or just being dramatic.
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: To the Doctor, to the point where she became a PhysicalGod to save him.
* WorkingClassHero: Her family's stature is rather like this, and when she first meets the Ninth Doctor, she's working as a shop assistant in a department store.

[[folder:Mickey Smith]]
!!Mickey Smith (Ninth and Tenth Doctors)
%% Yes, it's "Man In Havana". The reference is to the Graham Greene novel and/or its film adaptation.
->''"Me? [[ManBehindTheMan I'm their 'man in Havana']], [[MissionControl their technical support]]... Oh God, [[ButtMonkey I'm the tin dog]]."''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose Rose]]"

-->Played by: Noel Clarke (2005–06, 2008, 2010)\\
Young Mickey played by: Casey Dyer (2005)

Mickey was Rose's boyfriend, abandoned by her when she became the Doctor's companion. This didn't stop him from running around for a few adventures during that series anyway, although he and Rose never quite managed to patch things up. He later joined the TARDIS crew as a companion for a few episodes early in the second series, only to stay behind off-planet ([[AlternateUniverse sort of]]). He returned at the end of the second series, as well as the end of the fourth and briefly in the 2009 specials. In the end, he found true love and [[PairTheSpares married Martha Jones]].
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Played straight with Rose, later averted with Martha, whom he married.
* AlternateUniverse: His counterpart in the zeppelin world is a gay gangster named Ricky. (The gay part is suggested from a deleted scene, but it's debatable if the scene is canon or not.)
* AlwaysSecondBest: He can't measure up to the Doctor even after taking his level in badass.
* BadassBeard: Once he starts fighting aliens freelance.
* BadassNormal: A powerless human that eventually becomes a cybermen slayer.
* BlackAndNerdy: He's a bit of a hacker.
* ButtMonkey: The Doctor considers him an idiot, his girlfriend gives him little to no respect, his girlfriend's mother accuses him of murder when her daughter goes missing, Jack starts making fun of him within ten seconds of meeting him, and even K-9 gets to throw in a bit of snark while informing him, "We are in a car." Hell, his own parallel-universe equivalent finds him embarrassing, and this is a guy who considers himself a badass because of the number of parking tickets he's accrued.
* HumiliationConga: His girlfriend runs off with an alien after basically snarking how useless he was. She goes missing for a year and the police haul him in five times, while her mother and the entire estate gives him hell about it. The Doctor keeps calling him Ricky and turning into better looking guys while hauling his girlfriend all over the cosmos. [[TookALevelInBadass Then Mickey pisses on everyone and decides to show his worth.]]
* IChooseToStay: At the end of "The Age of Steel," he stays behind in the alternate universe to help his dead alternate self's [[WordOfGay boyfriend]] (long story) fight the Cybermen and take care of his parallel-universe grandmother. Then he comes back for good at the end of "Journey's End" (after returning briefly in "Army of Ghosts" and "Doomsday").
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In the end, he gives up on Rose.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: Carries a torch for Rose for years despite her affections for the Doctor, but as soon as the Metacrisis Doctor is sent to live with Rose and company in Pete's World, returns to the prime universe. Between this and his parallel-universe grandmother having passed away, Pete's World no longer has anything to offer him.
* LoveTriangle: Rose leaves him as soon as she meets the Doctor, although she considers herself "sort of" Mickey's girlfriend for a while after that. When she also starts fancying Jack, Mickey pretty much gives up on the relationship. He becomes part of the family again when he and Rose are left without the Doctor for a few years, but eventually steps out of her life forever when Rose gets together with the Doctor's half-Donna clone.
* PairTheSpares: With Martha Jones.
* PokeThePoodle: Ricky Smith is London's Most Wanted. ...For parking violations.
* PunnyName: Perhaps not intentional, but to "take the mickey" out of someone is to take any fight/vigor/self importance out of them by mocking them, and Mickey does have to put up with a great deal of mockery and bullying from Rose and the Doctor (mostly Nine, but Ten has his moments), and Jackie at first.
* RebelLeader: Alternate Mickey. (It's ''Ricky''.)
* RefusalOfTheCall: Initially, after his help in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]], the Doctor offered him a spot in the TARDIS only to be turned down (one of the few companions to do so).
* ReplacementGoldfish: Becomes one for Jake, Ricky's [[WordOfGay boyfriend]]. Jake copes pretty well with the idea, but since Mickey's not gay, it's a dysfunctional setup to say the least.
* SaltAndPepper: Alongside his partner in crime, Jake.
* TakingUpTheMantle: When his alternate self dies, Mickey simply assumes his identity and continues the fight.
* TookALevelInBadass: Multiple. To wit, from lovable but aimless boyfriend to a capable hacker and fully-fledged companion. Ends up fighting Cybermen in an alternate reality and respected member of that reality's Torchwood, and finally [[SelfMadeMan earns his happy ending with a woman who saved the world with the power of story.]]

[[folder:Adam Mitchell]]
!!Adam Mitchell (Ninth Doctor)
->''"When I was eight, I hacked into the US defence network… you should have seen them running about!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E6Dalek Dalek]]"

-->Played by: Bruno Langley (2005)

Short-lived companion; a TeenGenius from 2012. Holds the dubious honor of being the only companion to be evicted from the TARDIS for bad behaviour.
* ArbitrarySkepticism: Has a job that revolves around alien artifacts, but sees alien abduction stories as nonsense.
* ButtMonkey: He doesn't get a lot of respect.
* {{Jerkass}}: Intentionally written as a troublemaker to show what kind of person makes for a bad companion.
* InsufferableGenius: Very smug about it.
* TeenGenius: And quick to mention it.
* TheResolutionWillNotBeTelevised: Shows up again in the comics as an elderly man to show what happened to him after being left behind by the Doctor. It isn't pretty at all, and Adam's enormously pissed.
* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: Attempts to change his own future by sending information back from the year 200,000. It doesn't end well.


[[folder:Jack Harkness]]
!!Captain Jack Harkness (Ninth and Tenth Doctors)
->''"What are you captain of, the innuendo squad?"''
-->-- '''Mickey Smith'''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E9TheEmptyChild The Empty Child]]"

-->Played by: Creator/JohnBarrowman (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010)

51st century native Jack (not his real name) is an omnisexual former Time Agent, turned time-traveling con-man, turned galactic hero when he met the Doctor -- and, eventually, turned immortal. Madly fancies the Doctor, although it doesn't exactly stop him from also hitting on AnythingThatMoves. [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Got his own spin off]].

''For tropes pertaining to Jack in ''Torchwood'', see [[Characters/{{Torchwood}} that series' character sheet]]''.
* AgeWithoutYouth: Expresses some worry about having an extremely slow version of this, since despite little actual signs of aging he's begun to find white hairs. To top it off, he is implied [[spoiler: to eventually mutate into the Face of Boe]] after ''billions'' of years.
%%* AntiHero:
* AnythingThatMoves: Has a penchant of flirting with everyone he meets, even when the world is ending -- to the Doctor's constant frustration.
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Being subjected to the full force of the Time Vortex, while clinging onto a TARDIS that's desperately trying to shake him off, doesn't stop him from [[SayMyName shouting the Doctor's name.]]
* BadassLongcoat: Of the World War II greatcoat variety.
* BigDamnKiss: The first person after the show came back, and the first ''male'' person (in the TV show at least), to snog the Doctor. Nine doesn't mind at all.
* BoldlyComing: Men, women... giant insects... robots...
* {{Camp}}: It's Creator/JohnBarrowman. His camp switch doesn't have an "off" setting.
* TheCasanova: How do you know he's flirting with you? He introduces himself.
* PhraseCatcher: Some variation of the following exchange will be said when he's around:
-->'''Jack''': ''[to his latest object of attraction]'' Captain Jack Harkness, and who are you?\\
'''The Doctor''': Stop it.\\
'''Jack''': [[AnythingThatMoves I was just saying hello]]!
* TheCharmer: Manages to charm both Rose and the Doctor within minutes.
* ChekhovsGunman: In "The End of the World,", as he's the Face of Boe. (Creator/RussellTDavies refuses to elaborate on whether or not they're ''actually'' the same person, as it would ruin the joke.) Barrowman said in an interview that when he and Tennant found out the implication, they spent several minutes [[{{Squee}} laughing and cheering]].
* ChivalrousPervert: Never tries anything with someone who's already in a monogamous relationship except Gwen, and is very willing to be strictly monogamous if the right person comes along. Is kind and considerate towards his fuckbuddy Ianto and eventually enters a committed relationship with him in ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''. Has been married at least once, although his immortality has made him a bit wary of commitment.
* ContagiousHeroism: He starts off as an amoral con-man, but time spent with the Doctor changes him into a lovable anti-hero.
* ContinuityNod: In Jack's [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E9TheEmptyChild first appearance]], his 51st century backstory and knowledge of "Time Agents" is a continuity nod to Classic Who story, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang The Talons of Weng-Chiang]]". In that story, the war criminal Magnus Greel also hails from the 51st century and is worried that the Doctor might be a Time Agent sent to arrest him.
* DemotedToExtra: After he left the TARDIS and subsequently joined ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', he made return appearances in the third and fourth series' season finales.
* {{Determinator}}:
** Jack clung onto a TARDIS that was desperately trying to shake him off, all the way through the Time Vortex, to the very end of time itself! The TARDIS ran out of ''universe'' to go through before Jack was willing to give up his chance to reunite with the Doctor.
** Spending 100+ years prior to this waiting around Cardiff for their respective timelines to coincide.
* EthicalSlut: Made much more obvious in ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', where he's shown to care deeply about his partners' personal boundaries, emotional health and safe sex. He ''abhors'' cheating.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: As a YouTube comment put it,
--> If you're a guy and you like guys, [[NoBisexuals you're gay.]]\\
If you're a guy and you like Jack, you're human.
* ExtremeOmnisexual: In his home era, everyone is having sex with every''thing'' else. Writer Creator/StevenMoffat calls him "bi", but that doesn't even ''begin'' to cover it.
* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Before he was rendered immortal, his response to the Daleks' "Exterminate" was to defiantly throw down his gun, stand up straight, and mutter "I kinda figured that".
* FantasticRacism: After his transformation into a fixed point in time, the TARDIS initially ''really'' does not like him. She considers him an abomination. She ''might'' be over it by "Journey's End".
%%% YMMV goes on YMMV.
* {{Foil}}: A friendly one to the Doctor. Even on a certain meta level: It's been noted that while Jack has an American accent and is more in line with typical sensibilities of American science fiction action heroes, the Doctor is supposed to reflect a more traditionally British and more pacifistic approach to SF heroes, even in action scenes.
* FreeLoveFuture: Comes from a century where cultural taboos on sex don't exist anymore. Due to humanity's evolution adapting to InterspeciesRomance, human sexual preference also has little meaning anymore in the 51st century, and EveryoneIsBi. Jack's very much a FishOutOfTemporalWater in this regard.
* TheGoodCaptain: Although ''technically'', he doesn't become an army captain until ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''. His stint as "Captain Jack Harkness" when he first met the Doctor was a case of stolen identity.
%%* HandsomeLech:
* HealingFactor: His immortality functions as quickly healing from whatever killed him..
* HeelFaceTurn: Originally, he was merely a charming con artist. He became a better person thanks to the Doctor's influence, to the point he'd happily be a LoveMartyr for him.
* HumanoidAbomination: The Doctor certainly thinks so and the TARDIS agrees with him: According to the Doctor, Rose (as Bad Wolf) didn't just revive him and make him immortal, she turned made him a living ''fixed point''. The TARDIS went as far as to travel to the end of the universe to get rid of him when he grabbed it, and the Doctor's Time Lord instincts make it difficult to even look at him without mentioning how "wrong" he is.
* IgnoredEnamouredUnderling: Towards the Doctor. Jack and Martha share a moment over this when they realise the Doctor's ignoring both their crushes on him.
* ImmortalLifeIsCheap: He'll gladly take a few deaths if it helps save the day.
* InternalHomage: He's the TV series' answer to spinoff character [[Characters/BerniceSummerfield Jason Kane]].
%%* TheLancer: Turns into this around the Doctor
%%* LoveMartyr: For the Doctor.
* {{MacGyvering}}: In "Bad Wolf", he not only takes out two droids out to kill him, but scraps them to build ''a gun that can find the Doctor.''
* MadeOfIron: On top of being immortal, he also is far more resistant to things that should instantly kill, thanks to his bonus HealingFactor. He once sat in a radiation chamber that should have disintegrated him from the intense concentration of stet radiation.
%%* ManlyGay:
* MrFanservice: Gets completely naked in his third episode, with much glee.
* MrViceGuy: The vice in question being lust. However, he's a proper EthicalSlut, and always respects people's boundaries.
* NoNameGiven: He admits that "Jack Harkness" is an alias. We ''still'' don't know what his name really is.
* ThePornomancer:
-->'''Jack:''' The last time I was sentenced to death, I ordered [[GargleBlaster four hyper-vodkas]] for my breakfast. All a bit of a blur after that. Woke up in bed with both my executioners. Lovely couple. They stayed in touch! Can't say that about most executioners.
* PutOnABus:
** Even though ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' was eventually cancelled and there's no reason why Jack can't appear in its parent series again, he hasn't been seen since [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]]. His absence is particularly strange in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], where the Doctor gathers a whole bunch of old friends and acquaintances to help him save Amy, but Jack isn't among them. You'd think an immortal BadAss would've come in handy in the rescue operation.
** His Stag Parties are mentioned in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong "The Wedding Of River Song"]], as one of the things the Doctor could do, before meeting his death at Lake Silencio. The Doctor could visit all of them in one night, but he doesn't.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: He looks like a full-grown human man but he's over 170 in series 3, over 2040 in series 4.
* TheSlowPath: He stuck around Cardiff for 100+ years waiting for the Doctor to turn up.
%%* TimePolice:
* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Back and forth between this and LivingForeverIsAwesome. You could say both are deconstructed because both are true at points. On one hand, every death is painful and waiting for centuries is hard on one mentally, but on the other hand, its useful in his line of work and it's more time to hit on people.

[[folder:Donna Noble]]
!!Donna Noble (Tenth Doctor)
->''"Didn't I ever tell you? Best temp in Chiswick -- 100 words per minute!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride The Runaway Bride]]"

-->Played by: Creator/CatherineTate (2006, 2008–10)[[note]]Donna first appeared in a special in 2006, then became a companion for one full season in 2008. She 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 Year's Day 2010.[[/note]]

Donna was a temp worker from Chiswick, London in the 21st century. She first met the Doctor when the Racnoss queen fed her an ancient energy normally only found inside [=TARDISes=], and the TARDIS pulled her into itself as a result. Played by established comedienne [[Series/TheCatherineTateShow Catherine Tate]]. Originally a one-off character for the 2006 Christmas Special [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]], Donna returned as a regular companion for the fourth series as well as a role in the Tenth Doctor's last two specials.
* AscendedExtra: Donna was originally intended purely as a one-shot character to bridge the gap between Rose and Martha during the 2006 Christmas special. However, she was brought back as a full-time companion in series 4 and has become one of the most popular revival series companions.
* AbusiveParents: Donna's mom, Sylvia, is verbally abusive to both Donna and Wilf (Donna's grandfather) in a depressingly realistic way. The Doctor is actually shocked when he realizes the extent of it, and tells Sylvia to stop it.
* AllWebbedUp: Happens to her in "The Runaway Bride" Christmas special as a manner of restraint.
* BadassBureaucrat: She was an office worker prior to being a companion, and her office skills prove extremely useful in "The Sontaran Strategem", "The Doctor's Daughter" and "Journey's End". Her ability to understand office files, work a calendar system and type 100 words a minute ends up saving the universe several times over.
* BadassNormal: The Doctor infiltrated (and later broke into) a corporate office building [[MagicTool with psychic paper and the sonic screwdriver.]] She did the same with little more than really good BS skills and an absurd amount of patience.
* BetterAsFriends: With the Doctor, to his great relief. In fact, he wouldn't have let her into the TARDIS otherwise, because he was very tired of everyone falling in love with him. (They share one snog, but it's completely for comic relief and not remotely romantic. And she does find him attractive, but not in ''that way''.)
* BigDamnKiss: With the Doctor, of the "LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain" variety.
%%* BoisterousBruiser:
* CatchPhrase: "Oi!"
* CharacterDevelopment: Oh, very much. It's a testament to Tate's acting talent when Donna's mom and grandfather beg the Doctor to let her keep her memories, as traveling with him made her a better person -- and we see her revert to her shrill, gossipy, ''idiotic'' old self when those memories are erased.
* ChristmasCake: Over 30 and not married. This is most an issue in her first episode where she's desperate to get married.
* ClingyJealousGirl: Averted; the Doctor expects the same snarking he got from Rose/Sarah, but when Donna meets Martha they just shake hands and get along fine. Donna's concerns are more that she might lose her position as the Doctor's companion.
* CrazyPrepared: After her debut episode, drove around with every type of clothing she might ever need to travel with the Doctor, just in case he showed up again one day and made her a companion.
* CursedWithAwesome: Doctor Donna: a human woman with a Time Lord brain and mankind's unique spark that makes her use her newfound intellect at maximum proficiency, even surpassing the Doctor himself. But the strain this puts on her human frame is so hard that it starts to ''kill her'' and forces the Doctor to make her forget ''everything'' about her travels with him in order to suppress her super intellect and save her life. Worse yet, if Donna ever remembers ''anything'' about her time with the Doctor, her Time Lord brain will resurface and she will ''burn''.
* DeadpanSnarker: She's great at lobbing sarcastic remarks at the Doctor.
-->'''The Doctor''': [stepping out of the TARDIS] Ah! Smell that air! Grass and lemonade! And a little bit of mint. Just a hint of mint. Must be the 1920s.\\
'''Donna''': You can tell what year it is just by smelling?\\
'''The Doctor''': Oh, yeah.\\
'''Donna''': Or, maybe, that big vintage car coming up the drive gave it away.
* FailingATaxi: In "The Runaway Bride" ChristmasSpecial where we first meet her, she tries to hail a taxi and gets one driven by an alien {{Mook|s}}, forcing the Doctor to save her with some fancy TARDIS manoeuvres.
* FieryRedhead: Scorching temper and attitude, be it against The Doctor, Daleks, or her own mother.
* FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome: PlayedWith. Donna is frequently horrified by the amount of responsibility the Doctor has, but copes by going back to being snarky for the start of each new adventure. This means that her CharacterDevelopment is gradual and zig-zaggy. It makes it all the more horrifying when we see her go back to her ''old'' old self.
* GoodWithNumbers: It's more than just math, though -- she's spent most of her life temping, and she's gotten ''ridiculously'' good at it, having gained a knack for spotting patterns in numbers not even the Doctor would notice.
* HalfHumanHybrid: In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]], she saves herself from Dalek-inflicted doom by splicing her DNA with the Doctor's. She then indulges in {{technobabble}}, yelling like the Doctor, and hijacking the Dalek's motor commands to make them spin in circles. Fun is had by all, but it does not last.
* IJustWantToBeSpecial: Her entire character arc is wanting to be more than "useless". And she'll never know what a difference she made.
* JumpedAtTheCall: In her second appearance, she is searching for The Doctor and has already packed her bags.
* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: She's loud and abrasive because she believes she isn't important.
* LargeHam: Extremely large and loud presence at times and then she becomes [[UpToEleven Doctor Donna]]
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Her relationship with the Doctor. In fact, most people initially believe they're married or [[SiblingRivalry brother and sister.]]
* LikeBrotherAndSister: She and the Tenth Doctor have this dynamic, both trading sarcastic barbs constantly but obviously caring deeply for each other. The Doctor outright calls her his [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming best friend]].
* MissingTheGoodStuff: In "[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride The Runaway Bride]]", her first appearance, she has (somehow) managed to avoid all of London's previous encounters with extraterrestrials.
* MoralityChain: Explicitly considers herself one for the Tenth Doctor. She thinks he "needs someone to stop him".
* PityTheKidnapper: When she was in peril, she often made the bad guys regret putting her there, even without the Doctor's interventions.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Her and the Doctor. It's even invoked when she first begins traveling with him, with the Doctor telling her he "just wants a mate".
* PluckyGirl: Explicitly called a "plucky young girl who helps me out" by the Doctor and she lives up to such a description with her fiery determination (but she doesn't like the description).
* PrettyInMink: Wore a black fur-trimmed coat during "Planet of the Ood".
* RedPillBluePill: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E11TurnLeft "Turn Left"]] is basically someone force feeding her the blue pill after the fact and make her live a normal life. The future version of the alternate Donna then has to make sure the past version of the alternate Donna spits out the blue pill so that Donna Prime can resume her red pill adventure.
* RefusalOfTheCall: When the Doctor first asks her if she'll travel with him, she says no -- being, understandably, weirded out by his tranquil fury. She later regrets this and begins searching for him.
* SaveThisPersonSaveTheWorld: Mainly just one episode, "Turn Left." Rose goes out of her way to get her out of town, and then to use her to change her past.
** Her importance to the universe as a whole is lampshaded by the Doctor in the same episode: "Most times, the universe just compensates around [changes in the timeline], but with you? Great big parallel world."
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: Quite honestly so this time.
-->"We're not even the same species. There's probably laws against it."
* ShoeSlap: Declined. In "The Poison Sky", she was supposed to use a shoe to knock out a Sontaran. Thing is, she'd only wear trainers, and those don't have quite the kick needed. Fortunately, PercussiveMaintenance leaves mallets around when you need them.
* {{Tsundere}}: The "harsh" type. Pompeii, the Ood, the Doctor in distress and her own two alternate dimensions trigger the ''dere'' side.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Because Donna [[spoiler: begged Ten to "save someone" in Pompeii, he saved Lobus Caecilius and his family. This led to the Doctor choosing the face of Caecilius when he became Twelve so that he could always remember to "save someone", which led to him saving Ashildr by making her immortal. Making Ashildr immortal led her to much misery, and Ashildr herself led to Clara's death.]] Thus, Donna, who ''doesn't even remember anything of her time with the Doctor'' [[spoiler: is responsible, however unwillingly or indirectly, for Ashildr's centuries-lasting misery and Clara's death]].
* VictoryGuidedAmnesia: {{Mind Rape}}d to prevent [[MySkullRunnethOver her skull runnething over]].
* WhatTheHellHero: Was prone to giving Ten this when he acted rudely or otherwise went too far, such as when he initially refused to save a soon-to-be-dead family in FiresOfPompei. Donna set him straight in short order, and continued to do so over the course of her run.
* WindsOfDestinyChange: Lampshaded by Rose in "Turn Left." Even without the bug on her back, she still warps reality/destiny.

[[folder:Martha Jones]]
!!Martha Jones (Tenth Doctor)
->''"I traveled across the world. From the ruins of New York, to the fusion mills of China, right across the radiation pits of Europe..."''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E1SmithAndJones Smith and Jones]]"

-->Played by: Creator/FreemaAgyeman (2007–08, 2010)

Martha was a medical student when her hospital ended up on the Moon in the early 21st century. She and the Doctor saved each other's lives a few times that day, and she ended up as the third female (second regular female) companion of the Tenth Doctor. Tries hard not to fall in love with him, but fails rather spectacularly at that. After she left the TARDIS, Jack Harkness pulled some strings to get her a job with UNIT in what seems to be Harry Sullivan's old job. She remains friends with Jack, and has popped up in a a couple of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episodes helping out Torchwood Cardiff. She left UNIT to become a freelance monster fighter but, at least in ''Torchwood'' comics, still work with them.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Develops a crush on the Doctor big enough to rival Rose's feelings. He acknowledges her feelings, outright telling a group of strangers that she loves him and acknowledging this in conversation with Jack out of the Doctor's earshot. But nothing ever happens with the Doctor due to the episodes establishing that he is still pining the loss of Rose during their original time together; "Last of the Time Lords" directly indicates that this is a factor in Martha's decision to leave the Doctor. By the time she's no longer a companion, she's over him and they go back to being just friends when they reunite later and in "Journey's End" she's actually overjoyed to discover the Doctor finally found Rose again. Later, we learn that she marries Mickey Smith.
* AlwaysSecondBest: How she feels about replacing Rose.
* BadassBookworm: During her first trip through time, she saves the world by quoting from ''Literature/HarryPotter''.
* BadassNormal: Unlike the other New Series companions, who saved the day by becoming a PhysicalGod or half-Time Lord, Martha saved the world with herself alone.
* BetterAsFriends: Leaves the TARDIS when she realizes the Doctor's never going to like her "that way". In season 4, she's recovering from her crush on him, and they're much happier together just being friends.
* BigDamnKiss: With the Doctor in her first episode ("genetic transfer!"). Also ''eventually'' kisses Jack Harkness in ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', simply because "everyone else has had a go". Jack just sort of stares at her and grins.
* BlackAndNerdy: Medical student, natch. She also saves the world by quoting ''Literature/HarryPotter''.
* CombatMedic: She joins [=UNIT=] in Series 4 and her progression to full "doctor" status is accelerated by them because of her field experience.
* TheConfidant: As strained as her friendship with the Tenth Doctor gets at times, she's always willing to listen to him carefully when he's reminiscing about his past and the things he's lost.
* ClingyJealousGirl: A mild case, but more so when Rose is brought up. Once she's getting over her crush on him, she's actually really happy when the Doctor and Rose are reunited.
* DemotedToExtra: She returned for the series 4 finale (along with making prior guest appearances in both ''Doctor Who'' and ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'') after officially "leaving" her role of companion.
* {{Determinator}}: At the end of Series 3 where she spends one year traveling the entire world telling people about The Doctor.
* DysfunctionalFamily: While she loves them, her relationship with her parents and some of her relatives is a bit strained and there's tension in their household.
* GenreSavvy: She's quick to point out several issues concerning her modern day social status and how it might be affected if she were to travel to the past. In a bit of DiscussedTrope, she brings up NoEqualOpportunityTimeTravel in front of the Doctor.
* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan: To John Smith in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E8HumanNature "Human Nature"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E9TheFamilyOfBlood "The Family of Blood"]].
* HospitalHottie: Studying to become a doctor and hot enough to become Shakespeare's "Dark Lady".
* IgnoredEnamouredUnderling: Just after their first meeting, the Doctor makes her promise not to start fancying him. She agrees, but falls in love with him anyway.
* JustFriends: With the Doctor, to her great frustration, as he still hung up on Rose.
* LawOfInverseRomanticInterest: Outright states numerous times to being in love with the Doctor, but the Doctor, still pining for Rose, is not interested in going beyond JustFriends, contributing to her decision to leave the TARDIS.
* NoEqualOpportunityTimeTravel: Expresses GenreSavvy worries about going back to the early 17th century, given fear of prejudice over her ethnic origins. The Doctor reminds her that not all black people living in Britain at the time were slaves and assures her that he'll look after her. When they visit 1913 in a later episode, several people are incredulous of her having a medical degree (not just because she's black, [[StayInTheKitchen but also a woman]]). She quickly proves them wrong [[MomentOfAwesome when she shows of her extensive medical knowledge]].
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Although not TheStoic, Martha does keep a grip on her emotions. When she gets angry ("The Sound of Drums") or really scared ("The Sontaran Stratagem"), you know things are very bad.
* PairTheSpares: With Mickey Smith. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse What happened to her engagement to Thomas Milligan from Series 4]] has never been explained onscreen. According to Russell T Davies, Tom was the rebound. It's also a case of the ''TokenMinorityCouple''.
* ReplacementGoldfish: It doesn't take long for her to feel as though she's simply this for Rose. She doesn't put up with it, sits the Doctor down and makes him tell her what's going on.
* SmartGuy: Studying to be a doctor, quick thinking but also great at planning? Martha is one of the smartest characters in the show.
* TechnicalPacifist: Doesn't carry a gun, but has a position of command in a military organisation.
* TokenMinority: Nicely averted. The only time her ethnic background is brought up in a major way is when she's worried about time travelling to more prejudiced historical eras.
* TookALevelInBadass: In The Year That Never Was she becomes a key figure in the LaResistance against The Master. She joins UNIT right after.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Creator/FreemaAgyeman was Adeola Oshodi in "Army of Ghosts", a Torchwood employee who is possessed by the Cybermen and then killed. To explain why Adeola looked similar to Martha, they had Martha refer to Adeola as her cousin in "Smith & Jones".
* WalkingTheEarth: During the Year That Never Was; the entire earth in one year and on foot.
* WhatTheHellHero: The Doctor's reaction when he hears about Martha's plan to blow up Earth to stop a Dalek plot is outrage.
* YaoiFangirl: As revealed in ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', where she takes interest in Jack and Ianto's "dabbling".

[[folder:Astrid Peth]]
!!Astrid Peth (Tenth Doctor)
->''"Mr. Capricorn? I resign!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned Voyage of the Damned]]"

-->Played by: Music/KylieMinogue (2007)

A one-shot character in the [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned 2007 Christmas special]]. A struggling waitress from the planet Sto on board the Starship ''Titanic''.
* AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: At the end she become star dust to travel the universe.
* BigDamnKiss: Surprises the Doctor with her knowledge of Earth Christmas traditions.
* CelebrityParadox: The Doctor had mentioned Kylie and her song "Never Too Late" two seasons earlier in "The Idiot's Lantern".
* ChristmasCake: Very quick to accept a marriage proposal from Bannakaffalatta.
* HeroicSacrifice: To take out her boss with a forklift.
* HumanAliens: Albeit with very little knowledge of earth.
* {{Meido}}: Wears a little apron and a short skirt.

[[folder:Wilfred Mott]]
!!Wilfred Mott (Tenth Doctor)
->''"Every night, Doctor, when it gets dark, and the stars come out, I'll look up on her behalf. I'll look up at the sky, and think of you."''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned Voyage of the Damned]]"

-->Played by: Creator/BernardCribbins (2007–10)[[note]]A cameo in the 2007 Christmas Special, a RecurringCharacter in the 2008 season, finally PromotedToOpeningTitles as a companion in a 2-part story which aired on Christmas Day 2009 and New Year's Day 2010.[[/note]]

A newspaper salesman from 21st century Chiswick, London. Originally a one-off character in [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned "Voyage of the Damned"]], Wilfred was eventually revealed to also be Donna Noble's grandfather (a last-minute rewrite due to the actor hired to play Donna's father [[ActorExistenceFailure dying]]). This resulted in quite a few recurring roles throughout the fourth series, leading to fan-favorite status for the character and finally full-fledged companion status in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]], the Tenth Doctor's final story.
* ARealManIsAKiller: Defied - he refuses to be ashamed of never actually killing during his military service.
* AscendedExtra: Originally intended to be named "Stan" for [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned "Voyage of the Damned"]] and never show up again. This changed when Howard Attfield, the actor playing Donna's father, passed away and Wilf was written in as Donna's grandfather.
* BadassGrandpa: The entire population of London evacuates because they're afraid aliens will invade, and Wilf stays in his stall. Daleks are invading the Earth, and Wilf's first thought is how to disable them... ''with a paintball gun''. He even proves a crack shot with an asteroid laser.
* BadassNormal: Dalek. '''Paintball gun'''. It didn't ''work'', but that's still quite a few levels of badassness above the norm.
* CatchPhrase: [[ProperlyParanoid "It's them aliens again!"]]
* ChekhovsGun: Owns one, and convinces the Doctor to accept it as a gift.
* CoolOldGuy: Willing to do anything to save the world.
* LikeASonToMe: Despite being the Doctor's junior by more than 800 years.
-->'''The Doctor:''' I'd be proud.\\
'''Wilf:''' What?\\
'''The Doctor:''' If you ''were'' my dad.
* ManlyTears: His friendship with Ten is very emotional.
* OlderSidekick: Obviously more than qualifies in the real world; he's more than twice David Tennant's age. In fact, Creator/BernardCribbins is the oldest actor to have played a companion on the show. In-universe, the Doctor is still ''much'' older.
* ParentalSubstitute: Is this to Donna. After her father died, and given her mother's aloofness, she always turns to "Gramps". In "The End of Time" he also takes on some of these traits with the Doctor.
* PromotedToOpeningTitles: For the Tenth Doctor's final story.
* ProperlyParanoid: Firmly believes in alien visitors to earth. Since he lives in the Whoniverse, ''boy'' is he right.
* ProphecyTwist: "He will knock four times." The Doctor was absolutely sure that it referred to the Master (and, admit it, so were you.) Instead, after the Master is defeated, Wilf politely knocks four times on the door of his glass cage, hoping the Doctor will let him out [[note]] It should also be mentioned he does the four-knock four times [[/note]] . Wilf previously trapped himself in the cage to save a random guy's life. The only way the Doctor can get him out is by killing himself.
* MoreExpendableThanYou: He tried to talk the Tenth Doctor out of his HeroicSacrifice because he knows that the Doctor is a hero on a grand scale and he himself is just an old human man. The Doctor's response is basically, 'No, you're not.'
* WeaponOfChoice: A paintball gun or his old service revolver. That works, too.

[[folder:The Next Doctor]]
!!"The Next Doctor", aka Jackson Lake (Tenth Doctor)
->''"I'm the Doctor! Simply, 'the Doctor.' The one, the only and the best!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E14TheNextDoctor The Next Doctor]]"

-->Played by: David Morrissey (2008)

The Doctor teams up with ''this'' Doctor during the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E14TheNextDoctor 2008 Christmas special]] on Christmas Eve, 1851, making the traditional Doctor into his ''companion'' for a while. Of course, this Doctor was just a normal human, but that doesn't change how awesome he was.
* BackToBackBadasses: With Ten.
* BadassBookworm: He built his own TARDIS - a dirigible or [[FunWithAcronyms Tethered Aerial Release Developed In Style]] - out of household items.
* BadassNormal: Able, and willing, to take on the Cybermen by himself.
* ForgotTheCall: Inverted - he believes he's the doctor, but is actually human.
* LargeHam: He's hammy even by normal ''Who'' standards.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Which is the reason Ten doesn't press him too hard on his past, at first. Messing with a Time Lord after regeneration amnesia is generally a bad idea.
* TheNthDoctor: He seems to be number 11 -- but just got blasted with the Doctor's personality and thought he'd regenerated.
* StayInTheKitchen: His attitude towards Rosita, due to DeliberateValuesDissonance, is to tell her to stay with the T.A.R.D.I.S and let him deal with the monsters alone.
* TomatoInTheMirror: He spends most of the special thinking he's the Doctor, and Ten seems to think he is a future Doctor. Then it turns out he's just a human whose mind has accidentally been tampered with.

[[folder:Rosita Farisi]]
!!Rosita Farisi (Tenth Doctor)
->''"I'm glad you think it's so ''funny''. You're mad! Both of ya! You could've got killed!"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E14TheNextDoctor The Next Doctor]]"

-->Played by: Velile Tshabalala (2008)

Companion of the aforementioned other Doctor, who teams up with the both of them.
* CompositeCharacter: Of a sort; she shows devotion to her Doctor reminiscent of Rose, displays the ingenuity and resourcefulness of Martha, and even the OnlySaneMan attitude and best friend role of Donna. The Doctor's three primary companions of the new series, all rolled into one.
* {{Expy}}: A rather obvious amalgamation of Rose and Martha, right down to the name.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Done subtly so the kids wouldn't realize. It's implied that she was a streetwalker before meeting her Doctor.
* MeaningfulName: "Rosita" is quite close to "Rose" and "Martha", and this is subtly pointed out. It means "little rose".
* OnlySaneWoman: Veers into it in the chase scene, when she's the only one with the presence of mind to cut the rope loose before both Doctors can be dragged out the window.
-->'''Rosita:''' You ''idiots''.
* SarcasticDevotee: To her Doctor. Despite thinking him an idiot, she helps him with all his cybermen fighting.

[[folder:Lady Christina de Souza]]
!!Lady Christina de Souza (Tenth Doctor)
->'''Tenth Doctor:''' Come on, allons-y!\\
'''de Souza:''' Oui, mais pas si nous allons vers un cauchemar. [Yes, but not if we're going into a nightmare.]\\
'''Tenth Doctor:''' ''[obviously impressed]'' Oh, we were made for each other!

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E15PlanetOfTheDead Planet of the Dead]]"

-->Played by: Michelle Ryan (2009)

One-shot character during the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E15PlanetOfTheDead 2009 Easter Special]], Lady Christina is a thief of noble blood from the early 21st century drawn into the Doctor's world of the weird. She makes two more guest appearances in the comic stories "The Eye of Ashaya" and "Prisoners of Time".

* BlueBlood: French aristocracy.
* ClassyCatBurglar: A sophisticated and bilingual thief who meets the Doctor just after a heist.
* CrazyPrepared: She has something in her pack for every situation... except bus fare.
* DarkActionGirl: A bit more morally ambiguous than most companions. The Doctor doesn't mind too much.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Played with. Christina seems to indicate her father lost the family fortune and she became a thief because of it (though the Doctor doesn't buy it).
* {{Expy}}: For [[Franchise/TombRaider Lara Croft]]. A young aristocrat that steals artifacts more for the adventure rather than the money; her outfit wouldn't look out of place for Croft.
%%* FemmeFatale:
* LadyOfAdventure: ''Lady'' Christina de Souza doesn't go on thieving missions just for the money; it's also about the fun.
* NotSoDifferent: When the Doctor learns what she does, he acts disapproving for about ten seconds before admitting he stole the [=TARDIS=] from his own people.
* RefusedByTheCall: After they return through the wormhole, the Doctor refuses to take her along in the TARDIS, because he feels that he can't travel with a companion ever again. He doesn't even let her look inside. He does, however, allow her to [[ThrowTheDogABone escape custody]] from the hands of a private eye on Earth because he still likes her.

[[folder:Adelaide Brooke]]
!!Captain Adelaide Brooke (Tenth Doctor)
->''"This is'' '''wrong''', ''Doctor. The Time Lord Victorious is'' '''wrong.'''''"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars The Waters of Mars]]"

-->Played by: Lindsay Duncan (2009)\\
Young Adelaide played by: Rachel Fewell (2009)

Stepping into the companion role for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]] was tough-as-nails Captain Brooke, heading the very first human Mars colony in the 2050s. The Doctor is a huge fan of her, which makes him slightly more involved and slightly less level-headed than usual -- with disastrous results.
%%* BadassNormal:
* BoldExplorer: She's the commanding officer of [[SettlingTheFrontier humanity's first permanent Mars colony]]. Her granddaughter also looks forward to following in the footsteps of the trope and become a space explorer as well.
* BreakTheHaughty: Does this to the Doctor after his behaviour horrifies her and disgusts her. And what she does leads to a massive Tear Jerker, though one that helps the Doctor snap out of his creepy delusions of grandeur.
* TheCaptain: Very much in charge of her base and ship.
* TheConscience: Acts like this to the Doctor in "The Waters of Mars", especially in the finale of the special, where she calls him out for breaking his principles and playing around with historical outcomes and the fates of individuals as if he had the right to do so. Captain Brooke might be icy and strict to him, but she's open to admiring him, as long as he keeps to his ethics and doesn't succumb to delusions of AGodAmI.
* CoolOldGuy: Of the ReasonableAuthorityFigure mold. While she gets to know the Tenth Doctor only for a short time, he fails to intimidate her even when he goes off on his unnerving MotiveRant about enjoying the thought of becoming the Time Lord Victorious.
* TheDeterminator: She ''never'' snaps.
* FriendlyEnemy: Both she and the Doctor act mildly antagonistically to each other in "The Waters of Mars", but this is purely down to her not entirely trusting his approach and ideas and the Doctor not being too keen on her paying close attention to his methods.
* HeroicSuicide: In the end. She does it as a defiant gesture of resistance against the Doctor's increasingly deranged toying with the idea of shedding responsibilities and changing history in whatever way it pleases him. Her suicide acts as proving a point that he can't just rewrite certain events as it suits him, even if it would result in ''averting'' the deaths of others.
* KirkSummation: Gives a brief but effective one to the Doctor after he interferes in events that could radically alter the future of the earth and her own family.
-->'''Adelaide:''' But... Susie... my granddaughter... wasn't she supposed to become... we'll never exist now.\\
'''The Doctor:''' Nah, Captain Adelaide can inspire her face-to-face. [[TemptingFate Different details, but the story's the same.]]\\
'''Adelaide:''' You can't know that! And if my family changes... the whole of history could change! The future of the human race! No one should have that much power!\\
'''The Doctor:''' Tough.\\
'''Adelaide''' ''(backs away from the Doctor, unsure of what is going on)'': You should have left us there.\\
'''The Doctor:''' Adelaide, I've done this sort of thing before. In small ways, saved [[{{Muggles}} some little people]]. But never someone as important as you. (''[[SlasherSmile does an insane grin]]'') [[{{Pride}} Ooh, I'm good !]]\\
'''Adelaide''' ''(shocked)'': Little people? What, like Mia and Yuri? [[WhatTheHellHero Who decides they're so unimportant? You ?!]]\\
'''The Doctor:''' For a long time now, I thought I was just a survivor, but I'm not. I'm the winner. That's who I am. [[{{Ubermensch}} A Time Lord victorious]].\\
'''Adelaide:''' And there's no one to stop you?\\
'''The Doctor:''' [[SmugSuper No.]]\\
'''Adelaide''' ''(noticeably angry)'': This is wrong, Doctor! I don't care who you are! [[TheConscience The Time Lord victorious is wrong!]]
* {{Muggles}}: A DefiedTrope on her part. Objects to the Doctor's not-so-subtle insinuations that he rescued her from death for being "more historically important" than any of her crew members, just because she holds a higher rank than them and is more publicly famous in her own time.
%%* TeamMom: To her crew.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The home time period of her and her subordinate crew and family. Born in the late 1990s, her 60 years old self (as seen throughout most of the special) lives during the 2050s.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls the Doctor out on his ego trip, concerning [[AboveGoodAndEvil his vision of himself]] as a "Time Lord Victorious".

[[folder:Amy Pond]]
!!Amelia "Amy" Jessica Pond (Eleventh Doctor)
->'''Amy:''' Twelve years! And four psychiatrists!\\
'''Eleventh Doctor:''' Four?\\
'''Amy''': I kept biting them.\\
'''Eleventh Doctor:''' Why?\\
'''Amy''': They said you weren't real.

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour The Eleventh Hour]]"

-->Played by: Creator/KarenGillan (2010–2012, 2013)[[note]]A companion from 2010–2012 (making her the longest lasting companion since the start of the Revival Series), she was BackForTheFinale in one episode of 2013 for Matt Smith's final regular episode.[[/note]]\\
Young Amelia Pond played by: Creator/CaitlinBlackwood (2010–2012)[[note]] An unknown [[FakeShemp stand-in]] played her in 2013 when she came BackForTheFinale- Caitlin had become a teenager by that time and was too old to pass as a little kid anymore.[[/note]]

Amy, a [[MsFanservice kissogram]] (and, later, a model), is a Scot raised in a small village in rural England. She first met the Doctor as a little girl in 1996, an encounter that everyone but Amy dismissed as imaginary. But Amy never forgot her "raggedy Doctor", and he served as a sort of imaginary friend for her… until he finally returned, twelve years later. Her relationship with the Doctor is arguably inspired by Wendy Darling's relationship with PeterPan... except that in this case, Wendy is Peter's mother-in-law.
* ActionGirl: She exerts this when "pushed into a corner." "The Girl Who Waited" sees her exhibit this to her fullest potential by surviving 36 years in a Kindness Facility against an army of hostile robots.
* AdultFear: Between Series 6 and Series 7, her marriage with Rory became strained after discovering she's infertile, due to something done to her at Demon's Run. At the beginning of Series 7, they're about to sign their divorce papers before the Doctor's adventure causes them to reconcile.
* AllTherapistsAreMuggles: [[AvertedTrope Amy is sent to therapy in two separate realities]] when others find out what she’s experienced and can’t believe it’s real: in "The Eleventh Hour" because of her tales of The Raggedy Doctor [[note]] She bit all four of them [[/note]], and in “The Big Bang” where all the stars have gone out and young Amy is the only person in the world who remembers them.
* AlwaysSaveTheBoy: The Doctor even lampshades it.
--> '''Doctor''': [[DistressBall Rory! Rory!]] ''[[DistressBall Always]]'' [[DistressBall with the Rory.]]
* AmnesiacLover:
** From the end of "Cold Blood" to the end of "The Pandorica Opens", she doesn't remember Rory because he never existed.
** Played with during "The Wedding of River Song." Amy remembers that she has a husband named Rory whom she loved dearly, but can't remember what he looks like, and therefore doesn't recognize "Captain Williams". It's the Doctor who tries to restart both their memories.
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: While she often takes Rory for granted, if anything happens to him, she'll be crushed, even [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice suicidal]]. After she reads about Auton-Rory's disappearance in the Blitz during [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang",]] she's utterly devastated. "The Girl Who Waited" is testament to how deeply she's in love with him.
-->'''Old Amy''': You're asking me to defy destiny, causality, the nexus of time itself for a ''boy''.\\
'''Young Amy''': You're Amy, he's Rory... and oh yes I am.
* BackForTheFinale: She returns briefly as a hallucination in the Eleventh Doctor's dying moments.
* BerserkButton: Growing up, the Doctor was her button.
---> '''Doctor:''' ''Four'' psychiatrists?\\
'''Amy:''' I kept biting them.\\
'''Doctor:''' Why?\\
'''Amy:''' They kept saying you weren't real.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: When pushed enough or her family's in danger, she can be ''terrifying''. Her ([[PayEvilUntoEvil much-deserved]]) murder of Madame Kovarian, for example.
* BiTheWay: She clearly loves Rory, but that doesn't stop her from flirting with herself in the 2011 Comic Relief short.
* BigDamnKiss: Has a few incredibly Big Damn Kisses with Rory, first in "Amy's Choice" when she made her choice, then in "The Big Bang" which is her wedding day and "The Girl Who Waited", which is effectively "Rory's Choice". She also snogs the Doctor after "Flesh and Stone" while he scrambles to shove her off of him.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Because of the cracks affecting her reality so much and leaving her with a fear of abandonment even before the Doctor entered and then left her life, she treated Rory pretty badly during Series 5. She got much better once time was fixed, but she still has her moments.
%%* BoundAndGagged: ''Ripper's Curse''.
* BrokenBird:
** The Doctor abandons her repeatedly in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour "The Eleventh Hour"]], leaving her with lifelong psychological problems as a result.
** She [[TraumaCongaLine repeatedly suffers this]] in "A Good Man Goes to War": First she gives birth in captivity, held prisoner God-knows-where in time and space. Then her baby girl is taken away from her by the villains. Then after [[HopeSpot the sheer joy of getting Melody back and reuniting with her husband and the Doctor]], the villains reveal that they've already taken off with the baby and replaced her with a flesh duplicate, which promptly dissolves in Amy's arms.
** In "The Girl Who Waited", she's left to fend for herself against killer robots for 36 years, hardening her into a bitter old woman whose faith in the Doctor has dissolved into hatred.
** Finally, in "The God Complex", the Doctor [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim deliberately breaks that faith in order to save both her life and her future.]]
* TheCallPutMeOnHold: As above, she answered yes to [[CallToAdventure the call]] ''long'' before she was able to actually have the adventure associated.
* ChangedMyJumper: She's a worse offender than the Doctor himself. Wearing a miniskirt in public probably would have been a hanging offence in 16th century Venice, and that's just one example.
* CharacterDevelopment: Though she starts as an innocent and adventurous young girl, after being abandoned by the Doctor for 14 years [[BreakTheCutie she grows up to be jaded, snarky and emotionally damaged]], as well as finding herself sexually conflicted between the Doctor and Rory. Throughout Series 5 and 6 she comes to realise just how much she loves Rory, and her mask of overconfidence is toned down as she becomes more mature. She also comes to see the Doctor as less of a childhood hero and more of a friend and equal.
* CharacterTic: In Series 5, she would bulge her eyes and pucker her mouth a lot. As she never does it in Series 6, this was probably intentional on Creator/KarenGillan's part.
* ClingyJealousGirl: She gets pretty annoyed when she thinks Rory is more focused on another woman. It's justified for a few reasons; he's her husband, he's had a SingleTargetSexuality on her for most of their lives, he has a tendency to die and she's feeling guilty over calling him her "sort of boyfriend" in their first episode.
* DistractedByMyOwnSexy: in the 2011 Comic Relief short when she had a twin and wouldn't stop flirting with it.
* DoubleConsciousness: After the events of "The Big Bang", she remembers two different versions of her life, as stated in the "Good Night" mini-episode. In "The Wedding of River Song", this is now ''triple'' consciousness, with Amy remembering her life in the time-everywhere universe.
* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: She emotionally and physically beats Rory over the head a whole lot. She gets called out on it ''hard'' on occasion, and slowly learns that there are other ways to love someone. It's still her default defense mechanism when she feels her that relationship isn't heading the right way.
* DrivenToSuicide: After Rory is sent to the past and "killed" by a Weeping Angel, she chooses to get sent back in time by that same Angel and die early. The Doctor sounds like he's trying to talk her off of a high ledge.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: According to Rory.
---> '''Rory''': Uh, Doctor, ''don't''. Seriously, I let her drive my car once.\\
'''Amy''': Yeah, to the end of the road.\\
'''Rory''': Yeah. Where, according to Amy, there was an unexpected ''house''.\\
'''Amy''': Aw, he's jealous because ''I'' passed my test first time.\\
'''Rory''': You cheated: you wore a skirt.\\
'''Amy''': I didn't wear a skirt. ... No, no; I ''did'' wear a skirt, but it was any old skirt.\\
'''Rory''': Did you see Amy drive, Doctor?\\
'''Doctor''': No?\\
'''Rory''': [[DistractedByTheSexy Neither did her driving instructor...]]
* {{Expy}}: Shares quite more than a few traits with Sally Sparrow from "Blink", a story Creator/StevenMoffat wrote before taking over as the head writer, right down to having a guy that's interested in her that's considered way out of his league. Unlike Larry Nightingale, Rory definitely does hook up with the girl he likes.
* FagHag: Believed herself to be this to [[MistakenForGay Rory]] for years.
* FairCop: Subverted in her first appearance, when she uses a Kissogram outfit to pretend to be a cop.
* FieryRedhead: This ginger companion is quick to lose her temper. As early as her episode, there's her smacking the Doctor with a cricket bat and sticking his tie in a car door because he left her alone for 12 years and then won't explain what's going on.
* FreezeFrameBonus: In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E6TheBellsOfSaintJohn "The Bells of Saint John"]], the characters -- including the Doctor, eventually -- read an old-looking book titled "Summer Falls". It's written by "Amelia Williams".
* FriendsWithBenefits: Wants to be this with the Doctor and she gets one kiss in before he pushes her away. She tries again ''during'' her wedding -- twice.
* FutureBadass: Thirty six years spent defending herself from robots with a sword.
* GenreSavvy: She doesn't quite match Rory, but there are numerous examples, such as the fact that it only takes her three very brief encounters with the Silents to figure out that they have some kind of agenda against the Doctor, what powers they have, and that it would be wise to take a cellphone photo of one.
* HappilyEverAfter: While Amy and Rory are dead in the present, they have 50+ years in the past, and Amy's final note assures the Doctor that they had a full and happy life together until their death of old age. (Karen Gillan herself also [[https://twitter.com/karengillan/status/648941198514614272 thinks]] they had BabiesEverAfter as well.)
* HehHehYouSaidX: Gives one in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time Of Angels"]] when River asks the Doctor to "sonic her" device in order to amplify its signal.
--> '''Amy:''' Ooh Doctor, you ''soniced'' her.
* HeroesWantRedheads:
** Inverted with the Doctor, who really doesn't want to fancy her no matter how hard she flirts.
** It's played straight with Rory.
** In the 2011 Comic Relief short, Amy Pond flirts with ''herself''.
* HiddenDepths: She really loves Van Gogh's work.
* InSeriesNickname: The Girl Who Waited. Twice.
* JumpedAtTheCall:
** ''Asked'' to come along, as a girl; unfortunately, [[TheCallPutMeOnHold the caller got waylaid]] and she had to [[TheSlowPath wait for fourteen years]] before she got to see the inside of the TARDIS.
--->'''Amy''': When I was a little girl, I dreamed of time and space. Last night, all my dreams came true.
** Invoked by the Doctor with his repeated [[PhraseCatcher declaration]].
---> '''Doctor''': Amelia Pond! ''Get your coat!''
* KilledOffForReal: In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]], her permanent death is confirmed by her tombstone.
* LadyOfWar: In "The Girl Who Waited" the future Amy has [[TookALevelInBadass taken a level in badass]] and become one of these. This attitude is also very much in evidence in "The Wedding of River Song".
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Done to her memories of Rory courtesy of the time-crack, and, it later turns out, to her memories of her parents as well.
* LastNameBasis: The Doctor has the habit of calling her “Pond.“
* {{Leitmotif}}: There's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zABNs6Dbn4s "Locked On"]] which plays while she gives her narrative, at the start of every one of Eleven's second season episodes. As well as a musical piece called [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BuPBQXTcMk Amy's Theme]]
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Despite a chronic case of WillTheyOrWontThey, she and the Doctor ultimately end up like this when she realises that Rory is her true love.
* LimitedWardrobe: For the first six episodes of the 2011 series, appeared to have nothing in her wardrobe except two or three similar-looking plaid shirts. It turned out to be a subliminal hint to the audience that she's actually a mind-linked Doppelgänger in these episodes.
* LoveTriangle: Thinks she's in one with Rory and the Doctor. Rory and the Doctor both disagree. She readily accepts the fact that the Doctor wouldn't necessarily ''love'' her, being a 907-year-old alien and all, but she still hopes for a quick shag. The ShipTease around it eventually becomes a major plot point, due to TrollingCreator, when she becomes pregnant and people start to assume that it might be the Doctor's baby. Of course, it's not -- despite there being, at first, overwhelming evidence for it.
* TheMaidenNameDebate: After she marries Rory, she becomes Amy Williams. The Doctor knows, but calls her "Pond" regardless (he even calls Rory "Rory Pond" consistently), unless things get properly serious.
* MaleGaze: Her first appearance as an adult is a slow pan up her legs.
* MamaBear: Very nearly kills a spaceship full of people, including herself and Rory, to save their child. No guarantee that anyone died, but none that everyone lived, either. Madame Kovarian learns this, too.
-->'''Amy''': You took my baby from me and hurt her. And now she's all grown up and she's fine. But I'll never see my baby again.\\
'''Madame Kovarian:''' But you'll still save me, though. Because he would. And you'd never do anything to disappoint your precious Doctor.\\
'''Rory:''' Ma'am, we have to go. ''Now.''\\
'''Amy:''' The Doctor is very precious to me, you're right. But do you know what else he is, Madame Kovarian? ''Not here.'' ''[reattaches Kovarian's eye-drive]'' River Song didn't get it all from you... ''sweetie''.
* MarryThemAll: In her first season, she genuinely intends to have both Rory and the Doctor as her "boys", with Rory's unhappiness with such an arrangement going largely over her head (and the Doctor [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy not having any intention to come between them]]). She pointedly ignores their protests even ''during her and Rory's wedding'', and tells the Doctor he can kiss the bride. (He doesn't.)
--> '''Amy:''' ''[to the Doctor]'' Oi! Where are you sneaking off to? We haven't even had a snog in the shrubbery yet!\\
'''Rory:''' Amy!\\
'''Amy:''' Shut up, it's my wedding!\\
'''Rory:''' ''Our'' wedding!
* MeetCute: She and the Doctor have one when he shows up in a crashed TARDIS asking for an apple.
* MasterOfTheMixedMessage: Towards Rory in Series 5 and early in Series 6 where he goes from her boyfriend to her "sort of boyfriend" to her fiance, to one of her two "boys" and then forgetting him entirely due to a time crack. Since then, she's clearly established him as her number one priority.
* MsFanservice:
** She's a Kissogram, and so has several...interesting outfits. Seen onscreen is a FairCop police uniform; refered to are {{Naughty Nurse Outfit}}s, [[NaughtyNuns Naughty Nun]], and FrenchMaid outfits. She has a general liking for short skirts or hotpants that show off Creator/KarenGillan's long legs; there's only two episodes of the fifth series in which we don't see her in something like that.
** This causes a minor disaster in the 2011 Comic Relief skit, when her wearing a short skirt [[DistractedByTheSexy distracts Rory enough]] to cause him to [[NiceJobBreakingItHero drop a thermocoupling, causing a spatial paradox]].
** It's also implied she {{Invoked|Trope}} this to pass her driving test.
** As of the end of season 6 and the beginning of season 7, she had a quite successful modeling career. By "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship", she seems to have quit.
* MysticalPregnancy: Straightforward example--Amy is subjected to a horrifying pregnancy and delivery. It leads to a half Time Lord child.
* ObliviousToLove: For a kissogram, she was a little bit slow in realising that Rory liked her.
* PaintedOnPants: If she's not wearing a miniskirt, she's probably wearing these.
* PajamaCladHero: In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow "The Beast Below"]], she saves all of Space Ship U.K and the Star Whale carrying her while in her nightie.
* ParentalAbandonment: When we first meet her, she's living with her aunt (who's never there). The question of what happened to the rest of her family is part of the season arc.
* ThePeepingTom: Had no problem watching the Eleventh Doctor's bare backside when he just started changing clothes right in front of her and Rory not long after his regeneration.
-->'''Rory:''' Are you not gonna turn your back?\\
'''Amy:''' *smirks* Nope.
* PhraseCatcher: "Come along, Pond."
%%* ThePowerOfLove: With Rory.
* RealityWarper: Her RippleEffectProofMemory is the only reason the Doctor's second Big Bang goes off without a hitch and is also the only way the Doctor comes back into existence.
* RippleEffectProofMemory:
** Develops this as an actual explicit power, though not so much ripple-''proof'' as ripple-''resistant''. She can lose memories of her own history if she doesn't really concentrate when the moment is rewritten, but she can get those back. This culminates with her remembering the Doctor back into existence after a nasty RetGone.
** This skill comes back again in "The Wedding of River Song". She and Rory can both remember bits and pieces of the correct timeline, but Amy is the only one able to remember the correct order of things -- with a lot of effort and many scribbled illustrations.
%%* ScarfOfAssKicking: Frequently wears one throughout series 5. Less so afterward.
* ScrewYourself: When the TARDIS gets tangled in a time loop, Amy finds her slightly-time-displaced-self rather fetching.
-->'''Doctor:''' [[SurroundedByIdiots Ohhh... this is how it all ends]]. Pond flirting with herself -- true love at last. Oh, sorry, Rory.\\
'''Rory''': [[TwinThreesomeFantasy Absolutely no problem at all.]]
* SecurityCling: The Eleventh Doctor and Amy have a variation. Because Amy's story is one traumatic BreakTheCutie moment after another, the Doctor develops a habit of clinging tightly to her and rubbing her back while delivering each new piece of bad news. Asking permission from her husband Rory every time, of course.
* ShesGotLegs:
** The "Time" short is based on her long legs, her short skirt, and how her husband is distracted by them.
** Clara's thoughts on the subject:
-->'''Clara''': Dear GOD, that woman is made of legs! That's the most legs on any living human!
* ShipTease: With the Doctor. This becomes a major plot point when she becomes pregnant and her baby turns out to have Time Lord DNA. Rumors promptly start flying about the universe as to exactly what happened, with Dorium noting that anyone now hunting Amy or her family will be in serious trouble. Due to TrollingCreator, it takes a ''while'' before we find out that it was all a big RedHerring, and the Doctor has never touched Amy.
* ShowSomeLeg: According to Rory, this is how she got her driver's permit.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Very mild case of this sometimes, as she tends to overestimate her own competence.
** Case in point, during a conversation with River about the Doctor, River says she knows what Amy is thinking. Amy's immediate response is to confidently state that River doesn't. As it turns out, River does in fact know what Amy's thinking.
* SurprisePregnancy: She had no idea she was pregnant, even after having done the deed on her wedding night.
* TangledFamilyTree: From late series 4 onwards, Amy and Rory are together and have a daughter, Melody, who was named after their childhood best friend, Melody. Amy, however, fancies the Doctor and forces him into a kiss early on. Melody turns out to be River Song, who eventually marries the Doctor and is ''also'' Amy's and Rory's best friend Melody, accidentally named after herself. On top of that, Melody's second mother is the TARDIS, who considers herself married to the Doctor and has a romantic (as well as biologically symbiotic) relationship with him. Things get more complicated when Amy accidentally marries Henry VIII in a throwaway gag -- because the Doctor, rather briefly, married Queen Elizabeth I, who happens to be Henry VIII's daughter, making her simultaneously his biological mother-in-law ''and'' his step-mother-in-law. In the middle of all that, the Doctor starts fancying Rory a bit and snogs him for no reason. TARDIS also fancies "Pretty Boy".
* TookALevelInBadass: Thirty-six years of defending yourself from killer robots will do this.
* TrappedInThePast: Amy and Rory's final fate is to locked into early 1900s New York by Weeping Angels.
* TraumaCongaLine: She gets severely traumatised roughly every two episodes, from kidnapping to abandonment to adult fear and death.
%%* {{Tsundere}}: "Harsh" type at the beginning of Series 5, "sweet" by the end.
* ViolentGlaswegian: Not actually Glaswegian, but she's still Scottish and still very bad tempered when the mood takes her. She invokes it in "Asylum of the Daleks".
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: It's not a good idea to mess with Rory.
* WhamLine: To The Doctor, when he's grilling this 'policewoman' on why she lied about how long the Pond family has been gone.
-->'''The Doctor:''' This is important! Why did you say six months?
-->'''Amy:''' ''*screaming*'' Why did you say five minutes?!
* WistfulAmnesia: Finds herself crying over Rory without realizing it or knowing why several times in series 5.
* YaoiFangirl: As shown in the comics, when Rory kisses the Doctor by accident and Amy asks them to do it again, but slower.
* YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious: As she points out, the Doctor only calls her "Amelia" when he's worried about her, and "Amy Williams" when things get very, very serious.
* YouHaveWaitedLongEnough: Amy runs off with the Doctor on the night before her wedding.

[[folder:Rory Williams]]
!!Rory Arthur Williams (Eleventh Doctor)

->''"Rory Pond is everything I could never be — brave enough to show when he's scared, man enough to take his wife's name, and so steadfastly in love that he'll wait 2,000 years and not complain once. Everyone needs a Rory in their life."''
-->-- '''Creator/StevenMoffat'''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour The Eleventh Hour]]"

-->Played by: Creator/ArthurDarvill (2010–2012)\\
Young Rory played by: Ezekiel Wigglesworth (2011)

Rory is a nurse, Amy's [[VictoriousChildhoodFriend childhood friend, and now her husband]]. Growing up together with Amy, she used to make him dress up as her "raggedy Doctor", and he's appropriately freaked out to learn that the man actually exists. He starts off incredibly reluctant to travel with the Doctor, out of love for Amy and fear for his own life, but quickly rises to the challenge and becomes a tremendously courageous force to be reckoned with.
* {{Adorkable}}: His [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E6TheVampiresOfVenice attempt to fence]] [[WhatTheFuAreYouDoing using a broom]] and his [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon inability to pass for an American]] are but two examples. He also tends to lapse into BuffySpeak.
-->'''Rory:''' [[ManlyTears Oh God, I was gonna be cool.]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming I wanted to be cool, look at me]]...
* AlwaysSaveTheGirl: If you suggest that his girlfriend is less important than the universe, then he will punch your lights out.
* AmnesiacLover: In "The Wedding of River Song", in which he's lost all his memories of the correct timeline and only knows Amy as his boss. The Doctor tries to get them back together again...and fails, at first.
* TheAtoner: As an Auton, following the (apparent) death of Amy by his own hands.
* BadassAdorable: "A Good Man Goes To War" has him terrifying Cybermen and then later crying with joy at his baby daughter.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Normally a gentle soul (he's a nurse, after all), but he's capable of amazing destruction if his family is threatened.
--> '''Rory''': I have a message from the Doctor... and a question from me. [[PunctuatedForEmphasis WHERE. IS. MY. WIFE?]] Oh don't give me those blank looks, the twelfth Cyber-legion monitors this entire quadrant! You hear ''everything''. So you tell me what I need to know, you tell me ''now'' and I'll be on my way...\\
'''Cyber-Leader''': What is the Doctor's message?\\
''[the entire Cyberman fleet outside the window explodes]''\\
'''Rory''': Would you like me to ''repeat'' the question?
* BigDamnKiss: Apart from a few very Big Damn Kisses with Amy, the Doctor (well, Creator/MattSmith, [[ThrowItIn improvising]]) rather unexpectedly snogs him once. Rory makes a "yuck" face.
* BullyingADragon: Rory is normally a gentle soul, but it is ''not'' a good idea to test his patience whenever Amy is in trouble.
* ButtMonkey: Started out as Amy's put-on "sort of boyfriend" so wasn't taken seriously by anyone and regularly made a fool of himself.
* TheChampion: Spent 2000 years as the Guardian of the Pandorica, simply to make sure Amy would remain protected.
* CharacterDevelopment: He went from an insecure Mickey-type character whose main purpose was to look hurt, to a {{Badass|Adorable}} {{Adorkable}} man who is willing to spend two thousand years protecting his wife.
* TheChewToy: At one point, fans on Website/{{Twitter}} jokingly threatened to come after Moffat with a pitchfork if he tortured Rory ''again''. Moffat responded they'd have to haul the pitchfork out of Rory first.
* ChickMagnet: Gathers quite a few looks from various female characters (and, after a while, [[BiTheWay from Eleven as well]]). Even ''the TARDIS'' fancies him, calling him "the pretty one" -- one episode later, it's revealed that they have a child together.
%%* ColonelBadass: "A Good Man Goes to War", then fully grows into the role in "The Wedding of River Song".
* CovertPervert: In "Space" and "Time" he accidentally causes a major malfunction in the TARDIS because (a) His wife is wearing a skirt and (b) The TARDIS has a glass floor.
* {{Determinator}}:
** Auton Rory spent 1894 years protecting the Pandorica simply because Amy was inside.
** In "The Wedding of River Song", in another version of reality, to give Amy time to flee, he ignores the fact he's being ''electrocuted''.
---> '''Amy''': You have to take your eye-drive off!\\
'''Rory''': I can't do that ma'am, I can't forget what's coming.\\
'''Amy''': But it could activate at any moment!\\
'''Rory''': ''[with trembling, clenched fists]'' It ''has'' activated, ma'am.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Rory tops himself, and quite possibly takes the all-time Companion Crowning Moment, in Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine comic "The Chains of Olympus", where he lets out a Pre Ass Kicking One Liner in the form of "Hi, honey! Is this bloke bothering you?", announces himself as Roranicus the First of the Upper Leadworth Empire, and whips out a Your Mom joke... all before taking on Ares, the Greek god of war in SINGLE COMBAT, and wiping the floor with him. Eat your heart out, Kratos.
* DisneyDeath: He has a knack for wiggling his way out of being KilledOffForReal.
* DistressedDude: Frequently. Amy never takes it well.
* DoubleConsciousness: Rory remembers both his original life and his life as the Last Centurion in the universe of the Total Event Collapse. However, he's worked out how to block away the latter set of memories most of the time -- [[LetsGetDangerous unless he decides he needs to access them]].
* TheDreaded: After the reboot of the universe, he's been woven into all human legends as "The Last Centurion".
* EstablishingCharacterMoment:
** He's first introduced as being the ''only'' one in the hospital GenreSavvy enough ''not'' to dismiss the rumour about coma patients wandering about, which attracts the Doctor's attention when he notices he's busy taking photos of them, rather than [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight the sun going dark]]. He's only then introduced properly as Amy's fairly timid boyfriend.
** As a companion this moment comes in "The Vampires of Venice", when he quite angrily tells the Doctor that "you have no idea how dangerous you make people to themselves", establishing himself as the first companion in a long time who doesn't outright idolise the Doctor, and someone who is perfectly willing to call him out.
*** In the same story he witnesses an apparent vampire attack... and focuses on trying to save the victim rather than chasing the vampire.
* {{Expy}}: Shares traits with Larry Nightingale from "Blink", a story Creator/StevenMoffat wrote before taking over as the head writer, right down to being interested in a girl that's considered way out of his league. Unlike Larry, he definitely does hook up with the girl he likes.
* FanservicePack: Mild version. In Series 6, the costume department gave the character more flattering clothes (like tighter jeans) and hair gel. It's also applied to the Roman uniform when it reappears.
* TheFettered: Remembering his time as The Centurion hurts, so he blocks it out for his own sanity. When needs must, he has 2,000 years of experience as well as years of training as a Roman soldier that he can draw on.
* {{Foil}}: The Nurse to the Doctor's Doctor.
* FromBadToWorse: Story of his companionship and non-existence right up through the penultimate episode of Series 5, which culminates in an Auton with his memories killing Amy against Rory's will.
* GenreSavvy:
** Rory knows a bit about science and science fiction, and the Doctor gets peeved when Rory doesn't need anything explained to him, especially how he perfectly understands the TARDIS interior being bigger on the inside.
** When we're [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour first introduced]] to the character, he notices -- and photographs -- coma patients walking about while everyone else is distracted by the sun going wibbly. Doing so helps the Doctor reveal the location of Prisoner Zero to the Atraxi, saving the world from incineration.
** Reaches its apotheosis in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]] when he commits suicide figuring he'll get better because "[[DisneyDeath that's what he does]]". It works.
---> '''Amy''' (screaming): You think you'll come back?!"
--->'''Rory''' (terrified but determined): When don't I?"
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler Let's Kill Hitler]]", after Amy asks if he can even ride the motorcycle he's stolen from a Nazi soldier, he simply shrugs and remarks that he expects so, since "[[UnfazedEveryman It's been that sort of day]]".
* TheGoodCaptain: In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong The Wedding of River Song]]", he is "Captain Williams" in Amy's anti-Silence organization.
%%* GuileHero: Rory definitely fell into this mold over time,
* TheHeart: This is a common trope for companions of the Doctor, but Rory's compassion and kindness are showcased more than just about any other companion in the Revived Series. These traits are often {{Lampshaded}} by the Doctor and it makes him an UnwittingPawn in "The Rebel Flesh"/"The Almost People".
* HenpeckedHusband: He's okay with it most of the time, and offers only mild resistance to being called her boy or taking her last name.
-->'''Amy:''' Would I make it up at a time like this?!\\
'''Rory:''' Well, you do have a history of [''receives DeathGlare'']... being very lovely.
* HeroicBystander: Though not a fan of adventuring, Rory sets the tone early when, upon coming across a vampire attack, his first impulse is not to flee or chase the monster, but to stop the victim from bleeding to death. Throughout his time with the Doctor, he tends to act to save life first and foremost. This leads to him not only tending the wounded, but frequently doing awesome things like punching Hitler out to stop him shooting an apparent innocent bystander, and then locking him in a closet!
* HeroicSacrifice: In "The Angels Take Manhattan", he commits suicide by jumping off of the top of a building in New York to create a paradox that would prevent the Weeping Angels from taking over New York.
* HeroicWillpower:
** In his Auton form as the Centurion, he uses willpower to keep himself from going insane. He draws on this again in "The Wedding of River Song," but it nearly fails. Despite this he manages to keep his gun aimed through nigh unbearable pain. Rory gives Samuel L. Jackson a run for his money in BAMF territory.
** This has the unexpected bonus of making Rory completely resistant to MindRape, if "The Doctor's Wife" and "The God Complex" are any indication.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: Early in "The Big Bang", he spent 1894 years worth of history guarding the Pandorica. [[NoodleIncident Probability of zany adventures: extremely high]].
--> '''The Doctor:''' So. Two thousand years. How did you do?\\
'''Rory:''' Kept out of trouble.\\
'''The Doctor:''' How?\\
'''Rory:''' Unsuccessfully.
* HospitalHottie: In case you could ever forget, he's a nurse, and a pretty one at that.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Rory's ideal world as recreated by the Dream Lord is rather quiet -- he is a doctor instead of a nurse, Amy is pregnant, and most of the residents of their hometown are over 90.
* InSeriesNickname: The Last Centurion.
* InternalHomage: He succeeds Creator/BigFinish companion [[Characters/BigFinishDoctorWho Hector Schofield]] as a cute nervous nurse (and sci-fi dork) who goes from TheChewToy to intergalactic hero. Creator Creator/StevenMoffat is a huge Big Finish fan and loves to reference the series.
* JustFriends: He had feelings for Amy whilst she was ObliviousToLove to the point [[MistakenForGay she thought he was gay.]]
* KilledOffForReal: After '''eight''' attempts, Moffat finally kills him permanently in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]]. He has a grave stone and everything. While Amy and Rory are dead in the present, they still have 50+ years in the past, and Amy's final note assures the Doctor that they are living HappilyEverAfter there.
* KnightInSourArmor: Series 6 thanks to spending 1,894 years straight guarding the Pandorica from anything and everything that could possibly threaten it. In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex The God Complex]]" he says he neither fears nor believes in anything anymore. His eye roll at Eleven's inability to wait for even five minutes gets quite magnificent at times.
* LetsGetDangerous: Whenever Amy is threatened, Rory is no longer content to hold back and stay by the sidelines. He's been pushed to the point where he is going to wage ''War!''
* LivingLegend: As the Lone Centurion, he is interwoven into all of Earth's legends and everyone suspected that he was still alive at least until World War II.
* LoveMartyr: After he dream-dies in "Amy's Choice", Amy admits to the Doctor that she never told him she loved him, and this was the (constant) day before their wedding.
* TheMaidenNameDebate: After he marries Amy, she legally takes on his last name... at which point the Doctor merrily starts to call him "Rory Pond". Rory protests, a bit, at first. It becomes fairly hilarious once the Doctor insists on also calling Rory's ''father'' "Pond".
* ManlyTears: He sheds a few when reunited with Amy and their daughter [[YankTheDogsChain before the rug gets pulled out from under them]]:
-->'''Rory''': Oh God, I was gonna be cool. I wanted to be cool, look at me...\\
'''Amy''': [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Crying Roman with a baby. Definitely cool]].
* TheMedic: Rory is a nurse, and acts like it. (See HeroicBystander above.) As of "A Good Man Goes to War" he's evolved into CombatMedic.
* MissingMom: Rory's mother has never been mentioned.
** Given his father managed to spend several days in the TARDIS without anyone noticing, that suggests she's not in the picture anymore for whatever reason.
** In the episode The Rebel Flesh Rory remarks that his Mum is obsessed with Dusty Springfield.
* MistakenForGay: Amy never saw him show any attraction to any girl, and assumed this because she was too thick to realise that there was at least one he liked...
* NervesOfSteel: At the start of series 5, he's a nervous nurse who's in no way ready to deal with space/time travel. By mid-series 6, he believes he's lost the ability to feel fear from the amount of crap he's seen and experienced, making him immune to this week's form of MindRape. [[note]]Although it's his lack of ''faith'' that is the important bit here[[/note]] When he thinks he and Amy are dead, his only reaction is ''Again''. His alternate universe self, in the TimeCrash, is like this too. The only thing that frightens him is the thought of losing Amy.
* NiceGuy: Really, really nice guy; he's a popular nurse at his hospital.
* NoodleIncident: He spent 1894 years staying out of trouble... unsuccessfully.
* NotAfraidToDie:
** He knows full well that he might not survive the 1894 years guarding the Pandorica. He still does so ''anyway''.
** In "The Angels Take Manhattan", after seeing the death of his future self who spent over 50 years without Amy simply as food for the Angels, Rory decides to jump off of the roof. When Amy protests, he says it's BetterToDieThanBeKilled and his intention is not suicide, but to create a paradox large enough that it will [[TakingYouWithMe take the Angels with him]] and prevent ''any'' of this from happening!
* NotSoDifferent: To the Doctor and it's best shown in "A Good Man Goes To War", where his actions demonstrate that episode's title could be interpreted as referring to either the Doctor or himself.
* OlderSidekick: At least in "The Big Bang", following 2,000 years of guarding the Pandorica as an Auton. Outside of that episode is more debatable, being physically in his twenties, while retaining the Auton memories.
* OneManArmy:
** Best demonstrated in "A Good Man Goes To War", where Rory, in full Centurion gear and armed only with a sword (and a screwdriver), managed to waltz through a Cyberman-controlled vessel and scare the living crap out of them. In the same episode, he takes down a half a dozen Headless Monks armed only with a ''[[SwordAndGun Gladius and Pistol]]''.
** In "Day of the Moon", Rory has over ''twice'' the number of tallied markings on him, implying that during the three months he spent in 1969, he's dealt with the Silence on nearly a daily basis (while also constantly outwitting the U.S. Secret Service).
* OnlySaneEmployee: Unlike his boss, he's the only one in the hospital GenreSavvy enough to take the rumours of wandering coma patients seriously.
* OnlySaneMan: Acts as the voice of reason on the TARDIS. Unlike the Doctor and Amy, he recognises the danger they often find themselves in, and isn't afraid to call out the Doctor on his tendency to act cavalier with people's lives.
** Moffat says that Rory [[EnforcedTrope actively makes himself this]] because otherwise he'd get sucked into life with the Doctor like Amy.
* PhraseCatcher: Manages to get a good "Oh, ''Rory''..." out of the Doctor every once and awhile.
* ThePowerOfLove: When Amy was trapped in the Pandorica, Rory protected her for two thousand years. It was his love that kept him sane.
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: As of the 2010 Christmas special, and thereafter.
%%* PuppyDogEyes: They can rival the Tenth Doctor's.
* Really700YearsOld: Mentally, he's almost two thousand years old, which makes him technically ''older than the Doctor'' [[note]] until "The Time of the Doctor" where he spends some 800 years guarding Christmas [[/note]].
* ReluctantWarrior: He honestly ''doesn't'' want to fight anyone, but if you threaten Amy, [[LetsGetDangerous all bets are off]].
* RetGone: Temporarily; he's not only fatally shot, but absorbed by one of the cracks afterwards. The Doctor remembers him, but Amy doesn't.
* SarcasticDevotee: To the Doctor, and to Amy, if he can get away without being hit with her shoes afterwards.
* SecretTestOfCharacter: The Doctor casually threatens Rory's family to see if the Auton-Rory he's talking to has genuine human emotions. He does.
* SecularHero: After his stint as the Last Centurion, he fears nothing and believes in nothing; not religion, not superstition, and not even of his like the Doctor.
* ShroudedInMyth: In his Auton form as the Centurion, getting written into legends all over the world as a result. No one knows for sure if he's real or not, but there are many accounts of him.
* SingleTargetSexuality:
** Only ever shows attraction to Amy; his entire life, just Amy. Which leads to MistakenForGay, ''by Amy''. The moment they focus on his face when Amy says them being together is impossible is sad, then a few seconds later when Amy reveals she thinks he is gay is very funny.
** In a very sweet comic from IDW's ongoing series, Amy and the Doctor get body-swapped. Rory decides that he doesn't even ''care''. He kisses the Doctor, realizing a bit too late that the body switch has already been corrected again. (Amy asks them to do it again but [[YaoiFangirl slower]].)
* TheSlowPath: As the Centurion, he spent 1,894 years waiting while the Doctor skipped ahead with the Vortex Manipulator.
* SmarterThanYouLook:
** In his first episode, while the rest of the planet pays attention to the sun going wobbly, Rory (who up til now has just been an easily cowed nurse) pays attention to the coma patient that's out walking his dog. Later on, he figures out why the TARDIS is bigger on the inside remarkably quickly and without any help from the Doctor at all. The only companion to have done this so far.
** Done rather subtly throughout series 5 and 6, and tied to his TookALevelInBadass. He was already smart enough to spot Prisoner Zero, but when the Doctor comes back for him a few episodes later, he's studied up on enough physics and time travel to know more than most comparable companions. Add in his years as the Centurion and he's become one of the Doctor's most competent companions in a while. For all of his occasional mocking, the Doctor seems to trust him more than any other companion, probably due to their similar experiences. He could be the strongest and smartest companion the Doctor will ever have.
* StraightMan: Comes with the [[GenreSavvy savvyness]]. According to Moffat, Rory ''has'' to make himself this, otherwise he'll get sucked in to the life like Amy.
* SubmissiveBadass: He is no doubt a BAMF, but he'll always be an adorable dork and Amy will always be the one in charge.
* SuperStrength: In his Auton form as the Centurion, he can drag the Pandorica from a burning building.
* SwordAndGun: Due to his memories of being the Last Centurion, he has over 2000 years of experience in this form of combat. He wields them to ''devastating'' effect in Series 6, as shown by managing to infiltrate and blow up a Cyberman fleet and successfully hold off the Headless Monks.
* TakingTheBullet: At the end of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E9ColdBlood "Cold Blood"]]... and ''then'' he gets retconned out of existence.
* TangledFamilyTree: Albeit his part of the family tree is probably the least tangled about it. See River Song, Amy Pond above.
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Rory Williams: the man who dies, and dies again. In Doctor Who: Best of the Companions, one of the commentators equated him ''to'' Kenny from South Park, and believes Moffat [[TrollingCreator gets some]] [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7cbfuA5KI1qi3xkvo1_500.png sick pleasure out of torturing Rory.]]
* ThousandYardStare: He has one whenever he remembers the 1,894 years as The Last Centurion. The Doctor mentioned that he sometimes catches Rory just staring.
* TomatoInTheMirror: In "The Big Bang", he did ''not'' come back from the dead. He was a Nestene replicant whose programming killed Amy.
* TookALevelInBadass:
** At least 20 levels after his resurrection into an Auton and nearly 2,000 years as the Lone Centurion. The man really would do anything for his wife.
** Again in "A Good Man Goes to War". [[PunctuatedForEmphasis 'WHERE. IS. MY. WIFE?']]
* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex "The God Complex"]], the titular HellHotel shows people their worst fears so the Minotaur can feed on their faith. Rory is not religious nor superstitious, has experienced enough in his travels to be left with very little to fear anymore and unlike Amy, does not have faith that the Doctor will always be around to save them. In the end, all the Hotel can do is show him the exit. Shows just how amazing he is.
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E4TheDoctorsWife The Doctor's Wife]]", Rory is not shown to have been subjected to any MindRape by House, suggesting that either House knew it'd not work on him, or that it happened off-screen and Rory was simply better at shrugging it off.
* TrappedInThePast: Rory and Amy's final fate is to be trapped in early 1900s New York by Weeping Angels.
%%* TraumaCongaLine: .
* TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside: Amy cites this as the reason she fell for Rory:
-->'''Amy:''' You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they're as dull as a brick? Then there's other people, when you meet them you think, "Not bad. They're okay." And then you get to know them and... and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality's written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful. Rory's the most beautiful man I've ever met.
* UndyingLoyalty: 1,894 years guarding what was basically Amy's coffin so she could revive.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: He was friends with Amy back when she was "Amelia".
* VitriolicBestBuds:Both the Doctor and Rory seem to enjoy the level of snark they throw at each other.
* WeaponOfChoice:
** As the Last Centurion, he favors the Roman gladius.
** He also uses a mop as an improvised weapon in many episodes, including "Vampires in Venice", "Night Terrors" and "The God Complex".
* WhatTheHellHero: Often calls the Doctor out on constantly making people try to ''impress'' him, often putting them in serious danger.
--> '''Rory:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech You have no idea how dangerous you make people to themselves?!]]
* WhenHeSmiles: While flirting with him when working the controls, older Amy tells him to give her a minute and his cutest smile in order for her to fix them properly.
-->'''Older Amy:''' That's the one.
* YankTheDogsChain: Just as Amy remembers who he is... the Auton programming overruns him and he's forced to shoot her.

[[folder: Craig Owens]]
!!Craig Owens (Eleventh Doctor)
->''"Has anyone ever told you that you're a bit weird?"''

-->Debut: "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E11TheLodger The Lodger]]"

-->Played by: James Corden (2010–11)

Rented a room out to the Doctor in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E11TheLodger The Lodger]]" when the latter was stranded on Earth by a malfunctioning TARDIS. {{Hilarity Ensue|s}}d. As Amy Pond was in the malfunctioning TARDIS and thus also separated from the Doctor, Craig had to act as a makeshift companion for him. As a result of a hasty MindMeld InfoDump, he got the Doctor's memories beamed directly into his brain, and knows more about the Doctor's general history than most characters. The Doctor has come to view him as a very good friend. Craig returned in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E12ClosingTime Closing Time]]", this time in a more clear (if still brief) companion role, helping the Doctor defeat the Cybermen.
* AccidentalPervert: Comes off this way in the lingerie department in "Closing Time", resulting in Kelly calling security on him.
* {{Adorkable}}: Especially in "Closing Time", with his fatherly bumbling and comical failure to investigate.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: The Doctor to Craig, with regards to football and his job. Probably not the best thing to do to your landlord.
* AmbiguouslyBi: He casually tells the Doctor that he's always welcome to bring over a girlfriend or boyfriend, and his only objection to the Doctor trying to snog him (ItMakesSenseInContext) is that he's already taken. He and the Doctor get MistakenForGay by just about everyone.
* BadassNormal: Emphasis on the latter to justify the former. He's so ordinary that a LotusEaterMachine ''exploded'' instead of killing him, and he once ''blew up an entire Cyberman base'' by simply letting them feel the mental feedback of his intense desire to protect his infant son.
* BadassUnintentional: None of BadassNormal stuff he did was on purpose, and he was for the most part scared for his life.
* BreatherEpisode: Both "The Lodger" and "Closing Time" were low intensity and largely comical episodes between big and heavy stuff.
* CannotSpitItOut: Craig and Sophie, even though EveryoneCanSeeIt, they can't admit to it until the end of their first episode.
* CharmPoint: For the Doctor. Lampshaded that their relationship is similar to people opening up to talk to Craig whenever he brings his baby with him.
--> '''Doctor:''' That's why I usually take a Human along with me.\\
'''Craig:''' So I'm your ''baby''?\\
'''Doctor:''' You're my baby!
* ExpositionBeam: The Doctor gives him one when they first meet. One headbutt for general context and then a second for details about the current crisis.
* IDontWantToRuinOurFriendship: Craig and Sophie for most of The Lodger; they eventually [[RelationshipUpgrade decide to ruin their friendship]] ''properly''. In their next episode, they have a child.
* MistakenForGay:
** The Doctor and Craig. As Val tells them, "There's no need to be coy these days." Val has more reason than most do for this trope, what with the way Craig and the Doctor [[HoYay act throughout the episode.]] She sees them hug, and they refer to each other as their 'partner'. Also, the Doctor tries to kiss Craig, but (as usual) that was to save their lives.
** Craig also makes it a point to make no assumptions about the Doctor when they first meet, telling him that he's always welcome to bring over a girlfriend -- or a boyfriend.
* NiceHat: When the Doctor says he is going to America, Craig gives him the Stetson as a parting gift.
* OnlySaneMan: Often points out how completely ''mental'' being around the Doctor is.
* PapaWolf: Fatherhood stresses him out, but it also inspires him to fight cyberman conversion.
* PowerOfLove: "I blew them (cybermen) up with love!"
* RunningGag: The Doctor "Shhh"-ing people and Craig wanting to be taught how.
* StopHelpingMe: In-universe. The Doctor's attempts to help Craig (joining his football team, filling in for him at work when he's sick, trying to get Sophie to admit that she loves him, etc.) just make him look like [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter the better man]] who's driving Sophie away.
* StoutStrength: According to the Doctor, he had to be pretty strong to keep the cybermat from bitting him.
* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: Craig is so happy in his mundane life that it overloads the alien spacecraft in "The Lodger". In "Closing Time", [[ThePowerOfLove his paternal instincts overload the Cybermen's emotional inhibitors]], blowing up their whole ship.
* UseYourHead: In order to save time explaining why he's staying with Craig, [[ItMakesSenseInContext the Doctor headbutts him twice]].
* VitriolicBestBuds: With the Doctor. Craig may express exasperation, terror and irritation whenever the Doctor shows up, but it's clear he's secretly having the time of his life.
* WrongGenreSavvy: Craig recognizes that everywhere the Doctor goes, disaster will come... and also that the safest place for him and Alfie is by his side, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint because the Doctor]] ''[[ComicallyMissingThePoint always]]'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint wins]].

[[folder:Clara Oswald]]
!!Clara Oswald (Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors)

See [[Characters/DoctorWhoRevivalSeriesCompanionsClaraOswald Clara Oswald]]

!!Bill (Twelfth Doctor)
->''"Is there a Dalek at the back with no gun and two suckers and is ''really'' hacked off?"''

-->Played by: Pearl Mackie (2017)

The companion of 2017 and onwards, first introduced with a two-minute video clip in 2016.

* SeventiesHair: She has an afro.
* TheEighties: While WordOfGod is that she's not from the '80s, she seems to have a taste in fashion and makeup from the era.
* GenderBlenderName: Few girls are named "Bill".
* NaiveNewcomer: Downplayed, but she has no idea what a "Dalek" is or why an alien war machine has a sucker attached to it.
* StepfordSnarker: She seems to cope with life-threatening situations by cracking jokes and asking deliberately silly questions.
%%* TomboyishName
* StraightManAndWiseGuy: Seems to have this dynamic with Twelve, who has to work not to crack a smile while explaining how much trouble they're in.