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For questions about the long-running British science fiction television programme, "Doctor Who", that depicts the adventures of a mysterious and eccentric Time Lord known as the Doctor who travels through time and space in his time machine, the TARDIS.

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In the very first episode of Doctor Who (way back in 1963), the Doctor has a granddaughter going by the name "Susan Foreman", and the junkyard where the TARDIS is has the sign "I.M. Foreman". Barbara …
answered May 20 '11 by Tony Meyer
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The Ninth and particularly the Tenth Doctors don't mention Susan by name, but do reference fatherhood on several occasions (the Ninth Doctor says that his entire family died in Father's Day, and that …
answered Apr 27 '11 by Tony Meyer
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No, she isn't dead, even without all the wibbly-wobby cheating that you can expect in Who. It's pretty clear from the episodes that everything apart from the physical (her personality, 'soul', and so …
answered Nov 4 '11 by Tony Meyer
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Yes, they do travel through time, although in most episodes in a less sophisticated way than the Time Lords (as others, like Time Agents, do). The Daleks envied the Time Lords' superior technology, a …
answered Feb 16 '12 by Tony Meyer
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Amy's parents (Augustus and Tabetha) were originally lost (wiped from history) because they came into contact with the crack in Amy's wall (revealed in "The Big Bang", but hinted at earlier); Rory was …
answered Feb 16 '12 by Tony Meyer
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In Planet of the Dead, Carmen, a passenger on the bus, who has shown some physic ability, tells the Doctor to take care of himself. When the Doctor tells her this back, she replies: No, but you b …
answered Jul 13 '11 by Tony Meyer
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The 1st Doctor episode Mission to the Unknown did not feature any companions - or even the Doctor himself (not even briefly, as in Blink)! (The Doctor wasn't traveling alone, however). In some ways, …
answered May 28 '11 by Tony Meyer
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In short: The Doctor became 407th Lord President of Gallifrey in The Invasion of Time, but most likely lost the presidency at the end of that storyline - he apparently forgot, and so was succeeded by …
answered Jan 16 '12 by Tony Meyer
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They can't get back because they only got there by accident and the 4th Doctor isn't able to pilot the TARDIS very well, but it does still exist: he does go back eventually. It's not related to the p …
answered Oct 7 '11 by Tony Meyer
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The Doctor's TARDIS has probably always had a force field generator. As far back as the 3rd Doctor there was mention of the force field. In The Three Doctors, the 3rd Doctor's exile to Earth is lif …
answered May 15 '11 by Tony Meyer
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Yes you heard it (no, you weren't hallucinating). Cybermats, mentioned by the Doctor's Ganger, are rodent-like killers created by the Cybermen. These creatures were first seen in The Tomb of the Cyb …
answered May 28 '11 by Tony Meyer
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By my reckoning (some are questionable), there have been 20.5 voluntary, 11.5 forced, 8.5 deaths and 1 unknown (Ace). If you consider death a forced exit, then it's around a half forced and a half vol …
answered Sep 6 '11 by Tony Meyer
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The visits are mentioned again in the Sarah Jane Adventures story Death of the Doctor (featuring the 11th Doctor as a special guest). The Doctor says to Jo (a companion of the 3rd Doctor, also making …
answered Jul 13 '11 by Tony Meyer
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There is no definitive answer to this. In A History of the Universe, it's dated at 4000 B.C.. This book is followed by AHistory (An Unauthorized History of the Doctor Who Universe), where (in the se …
answered Feb 16 '12 by Tony Meyer
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The Cybermen were last seen in the Silver Nemesis serial (this one is quite famous, because it was the 25th - Silver - Anniversary of Doctor Who, and the 150th televised story, and episodes 2 and 3 we …
answered May 28 '11 by Tony Meyer

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