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"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tanhauser Gate. I'm sure I'll be fine for an hour without you two. Blimey, this orange tastes awful."
—The Doctor, herself
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Jellyneo Doctor Who is a series written by either John Paul or Dawn (if there isn't a guest writer). It's basically the New Series of Doctor Who reworked, recycled, stripped of the cruddy parts, with a dash of Jellyneo thrown in. Every episode has at least seven shoutouts to pop culture, British television (especially Red Dwarf) and the past events of Jellyneo themselves.

The story began in a crossover with a detective roleplay, oddly enough, but spawned its own series a few weeks later. After regenerating, the Fifth Doctor (not the one you're thinking of, this Doctor is still last of the Time Lords, but this Doctor is also a girl) stumbles into the TARDIS where she goes into catatonic shock. Her companion, John Pyper, pilots the TARDIS back to Earth just in time for the first Jupiter landing. The series is on its third season, with a prequel, Classic Jellyneo Doctor Who, in production. The Fifth Doctor has not yet regenerated.

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The original author, John Paul, quit his position as head writer right after starting Series Three. Dawnlilly has since taken over, with Ruby (who plays the Doctor in the story) writing a guest two-parter herself. John Paul had since returned, and he and Dawn were planning a no-holds-barred superfinale for Series 3.However, Series Three never got completed.

It's part loving parody, part fan fiction, part inside jokeapalooza, it is Jellyneo Doctor Who.


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Jellyneo Doctor Who provides examples of the following:

  • Adaptation Distillation: Imagine Doctor Who without the continuity problems, and you'll probably get something close to this.
  • Affably Evil: The Collector actually kind of cares about the Doctor, even if it is only as a master loves his pet.
  • Expy:
    • The episode titles, up until Series Three, were variations of the New Who episode titles. The plots however, were not.
    • Sunnyneo and Jellyneo as America and Britain, respectively.
    • The Gia Inflexi Adventures and JUMP.
  • Easter Bunny: An Easter Dalek. He even gets his own spinoff series with a Christmas Cyberman, and a Thanksgiving Vashta Nerada.
  • Fate Worse than Death: The Doctor does this to the Vampyres after she lost her fiance and regained her Time Lord nature.
  • Human Alien: The Doctor. Later taken to the obvious extreme with John Pyper.
  • Hidden in Plain Sight: The arc themes revolve around this, hiding clues in each episode of the season.
  • Kleptomaniac Hero:
    • The Doctor likes to keep things, like Cyberman heads and Dalek bodies and such. This actually proves useful in the Series One finale.
    • Also in the series finale, John Pyper steals the Master's TARDIS and ship.
    • In the series finale of series two, the old woman. Subverted, though since she's really the Master.
  • Law of Conservation of Detail: Where to begin? Let's start with the tiny button the Doctor places on the door in the series two finale.
    • And Zador's brief mention of the Bucket War. He becomes the Head of Buckets in the future.
    • The Daleks appearing at the end of "New Forums." The reason for this is revealed in the Series One finale.
    • Mallowneo's time difference from real-time.
    • The mysterious person who blasted the Cyberman Cyborg at the end of "Brains in Jars". It's the Master!
    • The old woman zapping herself in a chair at the end of "the Resurrection Experiment". It's the Master again!
    • The teleportation of gravity in the Series One finale proves useful to the future Doctor in "the Shakespeare Mode".
    • The Doctor watching a live performance of Richard the Third played out by Shakespeare himself in the past as the protagonist and with the Doctor and Dawn as players and not doing anything to stop it. It turns out that this is the future version of the Fifth Doctor and she already knows what's going to happen.
    • The massive ship, the Doctor's Companion, seen in "Pasts and Futures" and the "Knight of the Red Box" mentioned in the same episode. When John Pyper becomes a Time Lord and stays in Mallowneo, he steals the Master's massive ship and her TARDIS. The TARDIS is in the form of a British phone booth (a red box) and he renames the ship the Doctor's Companion, since that's what he was.
  • Mythology Gag:
  • Mysterious Past: Subverted. We don't know her past because it hasn't been written yet.
  • Next Sunday A.D.: Mallowneo.
  • Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: The Dalek-Cyberman-Time Lord-Human-thing at the end of the Series One finale, also called a Masterman.
  • Purely Aesthetic Glasses: The Doctor, although she might actually need them. We're not sure.
  • Recycled INSPACE: Doctor Who IN JELLYNEO!
  • Schedule Slip: Common,and eventually terminal
  • Shout-Out: The Collector, while looking through his files to find the one about the Time Lords, finds ones for Tribbles and Thanagarians.
  • Spin-Off: The Gia Inflexi Adventures, Classic Jellyneo Doctor Who, JUMP.
  • The Collector: Invoked by name by the character who also happens to be named the Collector.
  • Trust Me, I'm a Doctor: No duh!
  • Vagueness Is Coming: The Cataclysm.

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