Captain James Haggard is one of the Infinity KnightsHe has chunks missing from his memory, and it's not like identity crises are anything new to him. Maybe he's one of the Infinity Knights disguised as a human with the Camouflage Bend.
Constable Wrigglesworth is a Infinity KnightHe's called the Constable. Hello.
Everyone but Inspector Spacetime is one of the Infinity KnightsHis parents lied to him and everything that happened in the Time Wave was a hallucination.
Rory Williams is both the Inspector and that other character.
Brooke Rhapsody is actually Harmony Lake, Angie's daughter, through a Temporal Paradox.Okay, she said she wasn't, but maybe she lied?]]
Inspector Spacetime will meet his imitator at some point.Rory Williams will be the only one able to broker peace between the two.
The Instructor is a later incarnation of Susannah Overseer.Or was assigned to the Inspector's "case" by the Infinity Knights after Susannah was recalled.
The Instructor was preparing the Inspector for being the Last of His Kind.She knew that the war with the Blogons was coming, and how it would end.
Inspector Spacetime is a T— BANG!Oh my, I appear to have been shot by a sniper. Hold on, I'll try to finish: Inspector Spacetime is a T— BANG! BANG! Inspector...Spacetime...is a...is a Tim...THUD
The Good Lamb isn't a sheep at all.Its a wolf in sheep's clothing, fooling us all!
This Show isn't RealIt's just a show made up by a sitcom to parody something else... why is everyone looking at me that way? I'm not crazy! I'm not! Really! I'm not! You're the crazy ones! It's fake! Why won't anyone believe me!
The Sergeant is a future series of the Inspector's incarnations, after the Inspector's time as the Indictor.We know that the Sergeant has been given extra incarnations; it only makes sense that he would have come from an unusual background, namely, the Inspector's court martial over which the Indictor presided. The Inspector never really got out of the court martial, but to avoid a Wibble Wobble Time Thing, he couldn't be given the demotion until the instant he became the Indictor. Once his job as the Indictor was finished, his memories were wiped and he became the Sergeant. The Sergeant instinctively understands that there is a connection between the Inspector and his demotion, or even discovered the link in the Archives of the Infinity Knights, and is futilely attempting to drag himself back up by pulling down on his past self's bootstraps.
The Sergeant is a past series of the Inspector's incarnations, from before the Inspector's time as the Indictor.It was never really explained when the Indictor came about in the Inspector's personal timeline; "Somewhere between your twelfth and terminal incarnations" could mean he came before the Inspector's first incarnation, considering in just the previous arc ("Return of the Revenge of the Blogons", Episode 4, scene 3) the Isrever delegate referred to meeting the supposed terminal incarnation of the Inspector back in Classic Series 1. Infinity Knights' "terminal incarnations" could be their first or last incarnation. This, of course, means that the Sergeant merely got promoted, possibly as a result of his hypothetical commendation for successfully capturing the Inspector in some future episode.
The dumbing-down of the Seventh Inspector's scripts was done as a mercy.If the weirdness trajectory of the Sixth Inspector had continued, the show would have been giving people seizures.
The American version of the Inspector is the reason for the Time Wave; hence, the Eighth Inspector had develop that accent to fit in when he traveled to America (and forward in time) to stop him.Stranger things have happened on this show.
Reena isn't dead and secretly is the MaharaniIt may sound crazy, but there is some evidence, we know the people of Barbatron IV are descendants of the Kayaclaschians, so they must have the metamorphosis ability in their genes. It is explained in the new series that the metamorphosis ability is only acquired when one does look at the time cyclone. However, in Afterworld, Reena falls from the X7 in flight and lands in the time cyclone. This should have activated her capacity to change body. In The Theft of Space, she is stabbed, but we never saw the conclusion, I think that killed her body but she survived and changed appearance. In the process, she probably lost her heart, becoming a true Infinity Knight. It is fair to assume she stays as a Queen doing what's good for her people. Then there's "The Recollection of the Blorgons", in which we are shown the list of the planets that were attacked by the Blorgons. Blink and you'll miss it, Barbatron IV is on the list. So, the Blorgons have apparently invaded Reena's planet, but what happened to Reena? You have to remember it is before "Corporation", the Blorgons at that point couldn't have killed an Infinity Knight. But Barbatron IV is still listed as a planet controlled by the Blorgons, which means that Reena fled. However, those people didn't know how to build spaceships and even with Reena's knowledge, I doubt they did. I think that Reena escaped by stealing a Blorgon capsule like the ones found by Irma and Bart in "The Space Marathon". We all know these capsules can travel in time, so this explains her presence in past Earth. Read that exchange from "The Mask of the Maharani" when the Inspector meets the "Maharani". Sixth Inspector: Hello, I'm the Inspector and I've come to arrest you! Maharani: Don't be so pretentious, don't you recognize me? Sixth Inspector: I've met a lot of people in this big universe, and you're not one of them, my dear. Maharani: I'm the Maharani, your old rival, Inspector! Sixth Inspector: The Maharani? You seemed to be smarter last time I saw you, I'm disappointed. Maharani: I'm not the same person, Inspector. EVERY TIME the Inspector meets the Sergeant with a new face for the first time or another Infinity Knight, he instantly recognises them, but here he doesn't recognise the Maharani, doesn't it feel weird? What if she is not the Maharani and her last sentence is a clue? And just to prove my point, in Afterworld, the Inspector mentions to Reena "the Maharani, she carried a huge bag which contained all sorts of candies" in that episode, the Maharani spends most of the time trying to give candies to the Inspector, because it is the only thing that she know about her. Even the title is a clue, "The Mask of the Maharani" means that Reena is wearing the mask of the Maharani. It would also explain why the Maharani never tried to actually kill the Inspector, she loved him too much.
"The Sergeant" who appears in the Mathsville plot-arc is actually the Orange Warden.The Sergeant never before or since displayed the powers or universal ambitions that he did in this set of episodes, particularly in "Mathsville" itself. ("I think not!" POOF!) So it's really the Orange Warden, either impersonating or outright possessing him. The fact that the newly-reincarnated Fifth Inspector immediately faced the Orange Warden in her first set of episodes merely adds fuel to the fire.