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For a series that was originally conceived at least partly Edutainment series for a family audience, Doctor Who, especially in the new series, has snuck a few past the TV code (for the most part, these are from the 2005-present revival series; the original 1963-89 series tended to attract more concern about violence than innuendo).

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    The Hartnell Years 
The Hartnell Years could give the new series a run for its money in the sex department:
  • "The Keys of Marinus": Vasor tries to rape Barbara.
  • "The Reign of Terror": A jailer pretty much offers to let Barbara go in return for sex. Thankfully she doesn't oblige.
  • "The Rescue": Ian Maliciously Misnames Koquillion "Cocky-lickin".
  • "The Romans": Barbara is nearly raped again, this time by Emperor Nero.
  • "The Time Meddler": Edith is strongly implied to be gang-raped off-screen by the three Norwegian scouts, as Verity Lambert confirmed on the DVD commentary. She also explains why the Hartnell era had a higher concentration of sex references; though social taboos were stricter due to the recent introduction of TV, there was less in the way of strict rules on content. In general, there was a tacit understanding of what was appropriate for broadcast, but whether a specific sequence breached it or not was mostly a matter for the personal opinion of the producer.
  • "The Myth Makers":
  • "The Celestial Toymaker" has the King of Hearts recite a truly offensive version of the "Eeny Meeny Miny Moe" rhyme. (Standards have changed...)
  • "The Smugglers":
    Captain Avery: What makes you think I'm the kind of man who likes the company of gentlemen, sir?
    The Doctor: Why, your dress, your tastes...
  • "The Tenth Planet": The Italian soldier has Page Three Stunna posters on his wall and porno mags around his bunk.

    The Troughton Years 
  • "The Tomb of the Cybermen" features a scene in which the Doctor and Jamie attempt to comfort Victoria by holding her hands as they walk into the titular tombs, but as Victoria does not walk forward with them, they accidentally grab each other's hands instead. Such blatant Ho Yay is not something you'd expect from a family TV serial made in 1967. note 
  • "Fury from the Deep": In the surviving telesnaps, Page Three Stunna posters can be seen in the bunk room where the Doctor, Victoria and Jamie are held.
  • "The Wheel in Space" gives us the classic Patrick Troughton line fluff: "We're all going to be killed shortly unless you switch over to sexual air supply." note 
  • "The Dominators" has a part where Jamie climbs a ladder to open a grate — if you pay attention to Cully standing at the bottom, he looks up at the grate, realises he can see up Jamie's kilt, and has a sudden surprised and appreciative reaction.

    The Pertwee Years 
  • "Inferno": Near the end of the serial, the doctor asks what ms Williams and Sutton are doing, prompting this exchange.
    Keith Gold: Oh, they left already.
    Liz Shaw: Together?
    Keith Gold: Well, I believe he is driving her to London in his car...
    [Everyone smirks]
    The Doctor: (while still smirking) Nothing like a nice happy ending, is there?
  • "The Curse of Peladon": The Doctor tames the beast, Aggedor. At the end of the story, we get a moment where Aggedor tries to hump the Doctor's leg. The same serial has the cast mouthing a rude phrase when Aggedor appeared, though we don't hear it.
  • "The Time Monster":
    • Has the Master on Earth making a teleporter that pushes matter through time and space called "Transmission of Matter Through Insterstitial Time". They even use the abbreviation TOMTIT. (This is a kind of cute little Australian bird.) An investor gets mad at the expense and that the machine doesn't seem to work properly. "Even the name is arrogant! TOMTIT", with an emphasis on the last three letters. And still nobody noticed. (It's also Cockney rhyming slang for, well, exactly what you think.)
    • Ruth Ingram announces to Stuart Hyde that she hates all men. Stu says, "I'm on your side". Ruth nods and agrees he doesn't count. Stu asks her why. There is a short pause, and then he announces, "Let's do it". Of course, he's referring to starting the experiment without the Master's input, but Ruth's reaction makes it clear what she thinks he's just asked.
    • The Master's subplot with Galleia consists on paper of them discussing the plot, but both actors are saying the words with emphasis to make it very clearly about sex. Galleia is impressed with the Master being the kind of man who'll "take what he wants", and the Master agrees — "but with your consent, of course". Even when the Master discusses the death of the king, he does so in terms of how the end "comes for all men" while toying with Galleia's hands.
  • "The Green Death": Yates working his way into Global Chemicals by seducing the tea boy(!!).
  • "Invasion of the Dinosaurs": A soldier can be seen reading a porn magazine.
  • "The Time Warrior" gets away with having Linx refusing to believe female humans are the same species as males because "the thorax is of a different construction". Once things have been clarified, he criticises the inefficiency of a "primary and secondary reproductive system".
  • "Planet of the Spiders": The Doctor, for reasons which make sense in context, uses a mind-reading device to learn that the Brigadier received a wristwatch in a hotel room from a young lady called Doris. The Brigadier interrupts the Doctor before he can say anything else.

    The Tom Baker Years 
  • Generally, throughout the era, Tom Baker liked to handle any control panel he could get his hands on as sexually as he could get away with — note his TARDIS console handling, and his enthusiastic masturbation of the Zygon ship console in "Terror of the Zygons". The revival series has referenced and incorporated all of this bashing about — see Sarah Jane commenting about how the Doctor always used to "stroke" the TARDIS in "School Reunion" (and the canonisation of Doctor/TARDIS Cargo Ship in "The Doctor's Wife"), and the Twelfth Doctor explaining that Zygon consoles work by "titillating" them during "The Zygon Invasion".
  • "Robot":
    • The story has some themes related to Oedipus Complex, backed up by Phallic Weapon and Compensating for Something visuals. For instance, after killing his "father", the robot collapses outside of the rather yonic base door with the disintegrator (a large gun with a pink tip) lying on its groin, and the Brigadier touches it. Later, after the Doctor explains to Harry about Freudian psychology and "compensation", we see the Brigadier about to fire the disintegrator from the hip in an extended and very phallic shot.
    • The Brigadier tells Sarah Jane that he's "old-fashioned". Sarah responds, "oh, nonsense, Brigadier, you're a swinger!", although, in those days, that could just refer to a hip person.
  • "Revenge of the Cybermen": The Doctor and Sarah are stuck on a rocket that's about to crash. "We're heading for the biggest bang in history," the Doctor says, before turning to look pointedly at her with a mock expression of shock as if noticing his own double-entendre. The line had apparently been written in seriousness, but caused repeated Corpsing attacks on set and became a little meme amongst the crew enough that "Terror of the Zygons" repeated the joke — after the Doctor blows up the Zygon ship, he solemnly intones "was that bang big enough for you, Brigadier?" before smirking at his line.
  • "The Hand of Fear": The Doctor teases Eldrad with the ring the latter covets. Notice how he does this by playing with it with his middle finger. When the camera cuts to the reverse angle behind Eldrad, he's subtly flipping Eldrad off.
  • When Tom Baker appeared in-character on Swap Shop (in a special feature available on "The Hand of Fear" DVD), he managed to sneak one in while being interviewed by a caller who kept stammering:
    Child: How big... how long... how big is your...!
    Tom Baker: [pretends to look shocked and offended]
    Child: ...police box on the inside...
  • "The Robots of Death":
    • Uvanov gets to look straight at the camera and say "damn!" in a scene that's specifically lingered on. It's so out of place that it might even have been a Censor Decoy to distract from all the graphic descriptions of strangling that happen elsewhere in the scene.
    • In another scene, Uvanov slaps Leela, so she kicks him and sends him across the room. If you watch the scene carefully, look where Leela's leg lands - right on Uvanov's crotch.
    • Later, the Doctor and Leela are chained to a wall by cuffs around their neck and waist. Leela remarks sarcastically that it was good of them to leave their arms free, and the Doctor agrees, because he has a scratch. But watch him "scratching" — what he actually does is slowly massage his right nipple, while closing his eyes and opening his mouth in bliss. And he continues to do this for half the scene until Leela stops him.
  • "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" has a bit of fun with Victorian Have a Gay Old Time when Litefoot finds and plays with a phallic object in Greel's carpet bag and Jago exclaims, "What a queer collection of objects!"
  • "Horror of Fang Rock" has a scene where the Doctor looks under Reuben's bed and finds his collection of smutty Victorian postcards.
  • "Underworld":
    The Doctor: What is blown can be sucked.
  • "The Stones of Blood" has one half of the female guest character double-act make a suggestive remark to Romana about how much fun she can have with a bicycle seat.
  • "The Creature from the Pit":
    • The monster in this one has a terribly Unfortunate Character Design that has to be seen to be believed, and resembles a giant, warty green cock-and-balls. The costume department claims it was unintentional, but the scripted innuendo and its Meaningful Name — "Erato" — a few letters away from "erotic" and the name of the Muse of pornography — is enough to make a case that it wasn't. They didn't quite get away with it — the creature had to have its appendage altered between episodes. Tom Baker, for his part, has a lovely time rubbing his mouth and licking his lips a lot while talking to it. There is one particular scene where he greets it by moaning, "you have beautiful skin..." before moving in to caress its "body", sighing his dialogue and rubbing his cheek against it. Then he takes its appendage in his hands, rubs his hands up and down it, puts the end of it in his mouth, and mimes blowing and sucking. Later the Doctor actually allows Erato to use his throat (the creature needs to use other people's larynxes to talk), which Tom Baker decides to play as if he's allowing Erato to do something quite intimate, cuddling up to Erato's side and gesturing towards his throat with his hands.
    • The Doctor gets put in the stocks by a villain who takes the opportunity to stroke and admire the Doctor's nose while he's powerless to resist.
    • Romana makes at least one BDSM joke about her relationship with the Doctor.
    • Forget her relationship with the Doctor; Romana spends half the serial being tied up, interrogated, slapped across the face and claimed as a "handmaiden" by a woman in red-and-black leather who calls her "my dear" and seems to enjoy manhandling her whenever possible.
  • "State of Decay": Camilla is a pretty obvious Lesbian Vampire, and seems to... uhh... really like Romana. She also describes Adric (who's around fourteen to sixteen years old) as a "handsome child" in a tone reminiscent of an older woman out to "make a man" of an innocent young boy.

    The Davison Years 
  • "Castrovalva": During the filming Matthew Waterhouse, who plays Adric, had a ferocious hangover. Eventually, he ended up running over to a tree and vomiting during the scene where Tegan and the Doctor argue about who landed the TARDIS. The actors kept going so they could use the take. In the serial, if one listens carefully, Waterhouse can just barely be heard tossing his cookies off-screen.
  • "The King's Demons":
    Tegan: Look at the size of that bed!
    The Doctor: One way of keeping warm...
  • "The Caves of Androzani" has the infamous moment when viewers get a very strong view of Peri's cleavage right before the Fifth Doctor regenerates, which Peter Davison even recalls was distracting during the day they filmed his final scene.

    The Colin Baker Years 
  • "The Two Doctors": Peri mouths "you asshole!" at the Doctor after he condescends to her once too often, although nothing can be heard.
  • "Revelation of the Daleks": There's a dialogue between the Doctor and Peri after he helps her climb over a wall which seems to imply that she accidentally kicked him in the genitals and did some permanent damage. It's revealed at the end that he's complaining about a broken pocket watch.
  • The Vervoids. Seriously?

    The McCoy Years 
  • "Dragonfire":
    • It's strongly implied that Ace, a teenager, lost her virginity to Sabalom Glitz. In the original script this was explicitly the case, but it was ultimately downplayed for fears of going too far.
    • In the same story arc, Glitz tells Mel to "Extract your digit."
  • "The Curse of Fenric":
    • The line, "I know what girls who go to Maidens Point have in mind. You will never go near the place, neither of you." Not too hard to guess what it's referring to.
    • Plus this conversation:
      Ace: I didn't know you were married.
      Kathleen: I've got a baby.
      Ace: Yeah, I just thought that-
      Kathleen: Well you can stop thinking it, all right?

    The Eccleston Year 
  • "Rose": The Doctor's first encounter with Jackie has her flirting rather suggestively.
    Jackie: I'm in my dressing gown.
    The Doctor: Yes, you are.
    Jackie: There's a strange man in my bedroom.
    The Doctor: Yes, there is.
    Jackie: Where anything could happen.
    The Doctor: No.
  • "The End of the World": Rose refers to Cassandra as a "bitchy trampoline".
  • "Aliens of London": One of the Slitheen mentions that he's going to miss his human disguise. "He had a wife, a mistress and a young farmer. God, I was busy." The reference book Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia explicitly refers to the Slitheen's "sexual liaisons".
  • "Dalek": Viewers were apparently so upset over a reference (in a sexual context) to "spooning" (lodging a number of complaints) they appeared to miss the fact one of the characters in this episode utters the strong (even for 2005) swear word "goddamn", which as of 2013 remains the second-strongest word uttered in the main Doctor Who series (the strongest being "bitchy" as heard in "The End of the World"; for stronger language, you need to watch Torchwood). That may be dependent on your location — in the UK and in Australia, neither "damn" nor "goddamn" are really considered swearwords.
  • "The Doctor Dances": The Doctor discusses "dancing" with Rose, a little miffed that she assumed he'd never "danced" before. He has, it's just been a while. Later, when the Doctor and Rose are dancing note  in front of Jack, Rose assumes that Jack wants to cut in and dance with her. As it turns out, he'd rather "dance" with the Doctor.
  • "Boom Town":
    • Mickey notes a woman staring at him, the Doctor, Rose and Jack when they exit the TARDIS.
      Jack: Probably wondering what four people were doing inside a small wooden box!
      Mickey: What are you captain of? The Innuendo Squad?
    • Later, Mickey suggests to Rose that they find a hotel to spend the night in.

    The Tennant Years 
  • "The Christmas Invasion":
    • Rose remarks that the Doctor has two hearts.
      Jackie: Anything else he's got two of?
      • For an added bonus, Jackie is clearly looking at the Doctor's crotch while she says that line.
    • Look at Rose's face when the Doctor asks if he's sexy. Remember that the Doctor was pretty much in a coma. He didn't just undress himself and put on those pajamas and robe. Of course, it could've been Mickey, but that's not as much fun to imagine.
  • "New Earth":
    Cassandra: Rose Tyler! At last I can be revenged on that little bi—
    [cut to the Doctor and Rose talking]
    Rose: Bit rich, coming from you.
    Cassandra: That piece of skin was taken from the front of my body. This piece is the back.
    Rose: (starts laughing) Right, so you're talking out your ar—
    Cassandra: Ask. Not.
    Cassandra: [in the Doctor's body] Goodness me, I'm a man! So many parts... and hardly used. [significant look at Rose]
  • "Tooth and Claw":
    Sir Robert: Did you think there was nothing strange about my household staff?
    The Doctor: Well, they were bald, athletic, your wife's away — I just thought you were happy.
    • The Norwegian Netflix sub drives it home by directly calling it "sex life".
  • "Rise of the Cybermen": Mrs. Moore's suggestion for why Mickey and his Alternate Universe counterpart Ricky look alike is that either they're clones, or Ricky's father had a bike.
  • "The Impossible Planet"/"The Satan Pit": Several characters are crawling through a duct.
    Rose: [right behind Danny] Not your best angle, Danny.
    Danny: Oi, stop it.
    Toby: [behind Rose] Hey, could be worse.
    Rose: Oi!
  • "Love & Monsters": Ursula gets reduced to a face in a paving stone. Elton remarks that they still have "a bit of a love life."
  • "Smith and Jones":
    • "It's a slab, basic slave drone. Solid leather, all the way through. Someone has got one hell of a fetish..."
    • Martha gets a "genetic transfer" from the Doctor and thinks it's amazing. Perhaps Time Lords mate by snogging?
  • "Daleks in Manhattan": When Martha tells Tallulah that the Doctor never looks at her "in that way", Tallulah replies with, "Oh, I shoulda realized. He's into musical theatre." Note that "into musical theatre" is slang for homosexual.
  • "The Sound of Drums": The phone call between the Doctor and the Master plays up the Ho Yay for all it is worth, and could very well be described as sounding like phone sex between two bitter ex-lovers.
  • "Last of the Time Lords":
    • The full version of "I Can't Decide", the Scissor Sisters song played at the beginning, has an F-bomb, as well as many other profanities.
    • The Master suggests to Lucy and a female aide that "You two should get to know each other... that could be fun!"
    • When Jack mentions grey hairs, he gestures to his groin as well as his head.
  • In the mini-special "Time Crash", the Tenth Doctor mentions to the Fifth Doctor (their TARDISes intersected when Ten was redecorating) that the Master is running about again. Five asks whether or not the Master "still [has] that rubbish beard." Ten responds no, but he does have a wife.
  • "The Unicorn and the Wasp":
    • Roger and Davenport, who are in a secret gay relationship, after the vicar recounts stopping two young men from robbing the church:
      Roger: Some of those young boys deserve a decent thrashing.
      Davenport: [with a meaningful look] Couldn't agree more, sir.
    • The 1920s porn that Colonel Curbishley secretly looks at.
    • The Doctor asks Davenport for ginger beer — Cockney rhyming slang for "queer".
      Davenport: I beg your pardon?!?
    • When the Doctor runs to the guest quarters where he thinks the wasp is cornered and everyone peeks out of their rooms, Davenport is with Roger in his room. But he is fully clothed — from what we can see.
    • When discussing Lady Eddison's pregnancy and the fact that her lover had given her the Firestone, a jewel on a necklace, the Unicorn mentions that it's just like a man to "flash his family jewels and you end up with a bun in the oven". In some circles, "family jewels" is slang for a man's... private parts. Made even better by the expression Reverend Golightly makes in response to the statement.
  • "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead": River's dialogue is often pretty suggestive, but this instance stands out.
    The Doctor: Why am I handcuffed...? Why do you even have handcuffs?!
    River: [smirks] Spoilers.
  • "Journey's End": Who could forget Captain Jack's not-so-subtle response to being in a room with THREE alternate versions of the Tenth Doctor (the regular Doctor, the half-human Meta-Crisis Doctor and the DoctorDonna, two of whom are David Tennant wearing a tight suit): "I can't tell you what I'm thinking right now..." Many fangirls were thinking the same thing...
  • "The Next Doctor":
    • A chilling rather than humorous one: Ms Hartigan says of the Doctor that he's "another man come to assert himself against [her] in the night."
  • "The End of Time":
    • The Doctor recalls accidentally marrying Queen Elizabeth I, declaring that her nickname is no longer... accurate. Her famous nickname was, of course, the Virgin Queen.
    • Minnie "The Menace" Hooper, a Dirty Old Woman who implies that she had a quickie in a police box. And gropes the Doctor.

    The Smith Years 
The Smith era (particularly with the Ponds around) is essentially a long series of dirty jokes with some time travel thrown in as a side dish.
  • "The Eleventh Hour":
    • Grown-up Amy is working as a "kissogram", which apparently means that people can hire her to kiss them at parties while dressed as whatever they fancy, including a nurse, a nun or a policewoman.
    • The Doctor runs into a man he met earlier to use his laptop. When he snatches the computer away and looks at it he says "Blimey! Get a girlfriend!" — and later on: "Delete your internet history." Bravo Moff.
    • Later on, as the Doctor changes his clothes in front of Amy and Rory, he says "Turn your back if it embarrasses you." Rory turns round, but Amy doesn't.
      Rory: Aren't you going to turn your back?
      Amy: [smugly] Nope.
  • "The Time of Angels" gives us this from Amy: "Oooh, Doctor, you sonicked her..." To make this even more remarkable, that's her daughter she's talking about. Although she and the audience don't know that yet.
  • "Flesh and Stone":
    • "Handcuffs! Why do you always have handcuffs?" Followed by "You. Me. Handcuffs. Must it always end this way?"
    • The final scene may not even have a radar. Amy is blatantly attempting to seduce the Doctor, to the extent of trying to remove his clothes and replying to his problems with a Mayfly–December Romance with "I really wasn't suggesting anything quite so long-term."
  • "The Vampires of Venice" has a hilarious example: Rory pulls out a tiny flashlight. In response, the Doctor immediately pulls out a massive ultraviolet bar.
    Rory: Yours is bigger than mine.
    The Doctor: Let's not go there.
  • "Amy's Choice":
    • This fun little exchange:
      The Doctor: I don't know, but I can't feel my feet... and other parts.
      Rory: I think all my parts are basically fine.
      The Doctor: Stop competing.
    • Rory, about the eyeballs peeking out of the mouths of a group of old people: "They're not gonna be peeking out of anywhere else, are they?"
    • "Did he tell you about Elizabeth the First? Well, she thought she was the first."
    • The Dream Lord says to Amy "The Doctor left you alone with me. Anything could happen." And as he says those last two lines he transforms into wearing basically a bathrobe and has a very creepy expression on his face.
  • "Vincent and the Doctor": The Krafayis seems to rather enjoy one of the sonic settings. The monster even returns the favour by repeatedly bumping a door that Eleven is leaning against. Eleven has a visible reaction.
  • "The Lodger": After their Relationship Upgrade, Craig and Sophie look really happy about "ruining [their] friendship completely".
  • "The Big Bang":
  • "A Christmas Carol": Amy and Rory are wearing their policewoman and Roman costumes throughout the whole episode (having just had their honeymoon interrupted), and always change the subject when someone brings their clothes up.
    Rory: You know, history lesson, a bit of fun every now and then, a bit of nostalgia!
  • "Space"/"Time":
    • Some not-so-subtle exchanges:
      Amy: He's just jealous because I passed my test first time.
      Rory: You cheated, you wore a skirt... Did you ever see Amy drive, Doctor?
      The Doctor: No.
      Rory: Neither did her driving instructor.
    • Rory then, while working under the glass floor of the TARDIS, manages to mess up the systems pretty badly from not concentrating. Amy explains why it was her fault:
      Amy: Because it was my husband, my skirt, and your glass floor.
      The Doctor: [sickened] Oh, Rory!
      • Note that when we cut to Rory apologising for this, he is still very obviously staring up Amy's skirt.
    • And later on, when a second Amy appears:
      Amy #1: Do I really look like that?
      Amy #2: Yeah. Yeah, you do.
      Amy #1: Mmm... I'd give you a driving licence.
      Amy #2: I'll bet you would.
      The Doctor: Oh, this is how it all ends. Pond, flirting with herself. True love at last. [remembering that Amy's husband is also present] Oh, sorry, Rory.
      Rory: [nearly catatonic] Absolutely no problem at all...
    • And there's this scene:
      Rory: Heh... no. Why do I get slapped?
      The Doctor: Because we have to stick to the established chain of events. One mistake and the whole timeline could collapse. We'd end up with two Amy Ponds forever, and then what would you do?
      [Rory looks at Amy with raised eyebrows]
      Amy: [Gasp!; slap]
  • The Series 6 trailer has a naked River, though anything cleavage-based isn't seen. The scene was cut from the final episode.
  • "The Impossible Astronaut":
    The Doctor: Shout if you get in trouble.
    River: Don't worry, I'm quite the screamer. Now there's a spoiler for you...
  • "The Curse of the Black Spot": The Doctor thinks the pirates are compensating for something with their guns.
  • "The Doctor's Wife":
    • One in the Danish subs: when the Doctor calls the TARDIS "Old Girl", the subs say "tøs", which is a word for "slut"...
    • The original dialogue has one too: when the Doctor is introducing the TARDIS in human form to Amy and Rory, Amy fires back with this zinger.
      Amy: Did you wish really hard?
      The Doctor: Shut up!
      The TARDIS: Hello, I'm...Sexy.note 
      The Doctor: Still shut up!
  • "A Good Man Goes to War": This not-so-subtle exchange between Madame Vastra and Jenny:
    Vastra: Was I being insensitive again, dear?
    Jenny: [gives her a look]
    Vastra: I don't know why you put up with me. [shoots out long, prehensile tongue]
  • "Let's Kill Hitler": River's Showing Off the New Body moment where it's heavily implied that she's walking offscreen to check out her own butt in a mirror. While that would be pretty saucy on its own, it's even dirtier when you realize that she's wearing a loose-fitting skirt in that scene, meaning that she probably lifted up her dress to get a good look at her bottom.
    River: I'm going to wear lots of jodhpurs!
  • "The Wedding of River Song": "River Song came twice."
  • The "Night and the Doctor" minisodes have some... interesting lines.
    • Examples from "First Night":
      The Doctor: [regarding his and River's destination] You could read a book by [the stars].
      River: [suggestively] Is it okay if I don't?
      The Doctor: We've got ten minutes, so get dressed.
      River: Oh, that's so close to the perfect sentence.
      The Doctor: Hmm.
    • A bit later...
      The Doctor: [referring to the diary] From now on, there are rules.
      River: Ooh, Doctor, you've got all strict — not that I mind.
    • From "Last Night":
      [The Doctor is trying to resuscitate a Future!River, who's playing dead]
      The Doctor: River... you are holding your breath.
      River: You're a fine one to talk about holding. How many hands do you have?
    • Also:
      The Doctor: River, you can't do things like that!
      River: Or what? [...] What else are you gonna do, spank me?
    • And then:
      [yet another River enters the TARDIS, followed by her Doctor]
      Future!River: [sees Present!Doctor] Two of you! The mind races, does it not?
      [Future!River and Future!Doctor leave, just as Present!River returns]
      Present!River: [seeing Future!Doctor] Two of you! The mind races, does it not?
    • With none of this taking into account a certain dress.
  • "The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe": There is a scene where, in order to save a planet full of sentient alien trees, the title widow, Madge, takes the collective "souls" of the trees inside herself. During this process, she seems to be having an orgasm.
  • "Asylum of the Daleks" has, at the end of the episode, Amy and Rory — their relationship repaired — standing outside their house. Amy gives Rory a steamy look and walks inside. He smiles for a second, fist pumps , and follows her.
  • "Pond Life":
    • Part two has one combined with a noodle incident — the Doctor bursts into Amy and Rory's bedroom, only to immediately cover his eyes and yell at them to "stop what [they're] doing!" They were only sleeping, but considering they also have a rule about the Doctor bursting into the bedroom...
      • Amy is probably wearing either a bra or lingerie under the sheets, as she's clearly hiding her breasts while Rory allows his plain, blue T-shirt to be seen.
      • Also, at the end, Rory says, "I really hate it when he does that," suggesting that the Doctor has walked in on them more than once.
    • There's also that little incident with Mata Hari shedding her dress in front of Eleven. The Doctor's waffle on a stick gets a wee bit happy...
  • "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" has a few moments:
    • Brian Williams has balls in his pants. Golf balls.
    • This one is even lampshaded by Amy, who calls him a "walking innuendo":
      John Riddell: [to Nefertiti] You need a man of action and excitement — one with a very large weapon! [brandishes BFG stun gun right by his crotch]
    • It's heavily implied that Solomon intends to rape Nefertiti.
  • "The Angels Take Manhattan":
    • Melody Malone and her "cleavage that could fell an ox at twenty feet". The Doctor's clearly enjoying himself reading too, given the "Yowza!" It's really not so bad considering it's River Song, and therefore his wife. On the other hand, he's reading it in front of her mother, and River herself wrote it.
    • According to the behind-the-scenes publication The Doctor Who Companion: The Eleventh Doctor Vol. 6, the original script would have had the Doctor utter the phrase "Traffic was a bitch." Evidently either Steven Moffat or the powers that be thought better of this and changed the dialogue.
  • "The Snowmen": Vastra is shown in close-up outright leering at Clara. Surprisingly, Jenny doesn't comment.
  • "The Bells of Saint John":
    • The Doctor enjoys his Jammy Dodger a little too much.
    • The Doctor orders Clara to get into the police box, now (for their safety). A Motor Mouthed conversation where Clara obviously thinks the Doctor is propositioning her ensues.
  • "The Crimson Horror":
    • The Doctor's, er, screwdriver was a bit happy when Jenny's dress hits the floor to reveal her sexy Spy Catsuit.
    • Even still later, Jenny can similarly be seen sizing up Clara in the background of one scene.
  • "Clara and the TARDIS": Two of the Claras give each other a flirtatious look when mentioning There Is Only One Bed.

    The Capaldi Years 
  • "Deep Breath":
    • Strax checks Clara's subconscious and finds "Muscular young men doing sport", then adds the clarification that it "could be 'sport'". Someone's a Yaoi Fangirl. (Or a Yuri Fan, if he's again mixing up the genders.)
    • Another in that episode: Clara kicks the sonic screwdriver up into the Doctor's lap and he makes a face.
      Clara: Sorry, did I... hit something?
      The Doctor: Oh, the symbolism.
  • "Robot of Sherwood":
    • The Doctor is doubting if Robin Hood is real or a sham. Looking for biological proof, he gives each of Robin Hood's Merry Men an intrusive examination, and saves the most intrusive one of all for Robin Hood himself. The Doctor approaches Robin Hood with a goblet — at crotch level... suggesting he was going for a urine sample.
    • Not to mention Mark Gatiss wrote the episode, and his trademark use of campy innuendo shows. The scenes where Robin Hood and the Doctor argue are rife with attempts by each to one up the size of each other's manly pride, among other things.
    • Plus the freeze-frame bonus as the Doctor is putting his gauntlet on, as seen in the page image. His facial expression and finger positioning are most eloquent.
  • "Flatline":
    • Danny calls Clara just as she happens to be trying to swing a hanging chair with Rigsy to escape certain death. However, instead of telling Danny that, he hears the voice of Rigsy and only knows that she is helping "a guy on community support find his auntie" whilst making some rather... suggestive grunting noises.
    • Made funnier by the fact that Danny goes "Sounds, um... kind of active" whilst Clara continues to grunt over the phone.
  • "The Magician's Apprentice" has Missy refer to the Doctor's TARDIS as "the dog's unmentionables" before tickling one of the bumps on a nearby Dalek.
  • "Before the Flood": Prentis asks the Doctor if he would like to "oppress" him and mentions that he has "A number of instruments useful in my oppression." Twelve's face says it all.
  • "The Girl Who Died": The Doctor makes a "Hammer and Tongs" quip when he learns that the village blacksmith is also a father.
  • "The Woman Who Lived": Highwayman Sam Swift tells a series of raunchy, innuendo-laden jokes to delay his execution.
    Sam Swift: You know what they say, big nose...
    The Doctor: Big handkerchief!
  • "The Husbands of River Song":
    • The Doctor asks River if she likes the new body. Her response? "I don't know yet, I've only seen the face."
    • When the Doctor teleports River back to the TARDIS against her will (in a patronising attempt to keep her safe) River says "You—!" before being cut off by the teleportation. If you watch her lips, she is clearly saying "You bastard!"
  • "The Return of Doctor Mysterio":
    • The Doctor is standing in as teenage Grant's substitute math teacher. As Lucy passes by, the Doctor cleverly deduces that she's his "special favourite". How does he know? Grant just started levitating. This just after a conversation about how his Power Incontinence meant that he had permanent X-Ray Vision. In high school.
    • Later:
      Lucy: Mr Brock, what do you want here?
      Brock: The same thing you do, Miss Fletcher. His body.
      • Brock, who is actually an alien brain in a human body, just wants to occupy Grant Gordon's super-powered body. Lucy is a different story...
  • "The Doctor Falls": Missy and the Master flirt more than once... surprising absolutely no-one. However, what might take a second viewing to catch is that, during the exchange below, the Master and Missy both look at his crotch...
    The Master: By the way, is it wrong that I... [nods down]
    Missy: [looks down] Yes. Very.

    The Whittaker Years 
  • "The Witchfinders": King James is clearly gay,note  and seems to be interested in BDSM with companion Ryan.
  • "Resolution": Richard, a security guard, mentions that his fingerprints are required to access a vault containing alien technology, and then adds that his boyfriend says they're the securest digits in Yorkshire before deciding he shouldn't have mentioned that.
  • "Orphan 55": When the Doctor shows the bag with the captured hopper virus to spa employee Hyph3n and tells her she just pulled it out of her friend, Hyph3n's reaction is "We do not make any judgements on our guests and fully support any way you choose to enjoy yourself."
  • "The Haunting Of Villa Diodati": Before the intro, we see Dr Polidori complaining about the weather. Lord Byron uses it as an opening for this zinger;
John Polidori: I've never known air as dank and frigid.
Lord Byron: Oh, dank and frigid. Who does that remind me of, I wonder? Oh! (snaps finger and points in his direction)
  • "Ascension of the Cybermen": Instead of jelly babies, Thirteen is now carrying around humbugs that she spiked with ginger. Classic Who established ginger was like alcohol to Time Lords, so she's essentially doing the U-rated version of Drowning My Sorrows.
  • "Once, Upon Time": Yaz's sister plays video games to make her date wonder "who's that girl with the nimble fingers?"

    The 60th Specials