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Doctor Who was originally planned to cross over with Monty Python’s Flying Circus in 1974 but the plans fell through when the TARDIS accidentally resurrected the dead parrot.
The Master and the Doctor had a boyband when they were young. Their songs included:
Please Don’t Be Rassilon’s (a love ballad)
Prying Prydonians (a song about the High Council…banned from public)
Let’s Rename the Death Zone [To the Love Zone] (a highly inappropriate song full of looms)
Sadly, nobody on Gallifrey seemed to enjoy their songs.
Harry Sullivan was, in fact, the 57th incarnation of the Doctor. An episode was written to explain this fact, but Ian Marter refused to record it to “keep Harry’s character mysterious”. Then, the BBC decided to end Harry Sullivan’s run as a companion.
The Classic Doctor seen in the mini-episode Time Crash wasn’t the Fifth Doctor, he was the Sixth Doctor in disguise trying to ruin his reputation.
The real reason Jo left is that the production team was worried she would reveal the true nature of the Doctor and Master’s relationship before long if she stayed on.
The doctor during The curse of Fatal Death was in fact real, but only the one first seen. The majority of his adventures took place during 1485, 1558–1603, a period known as the Regency, 1917, 1 Christmas somewhere and the year 2000, when he demonstrated a new TARDIS. His most memorable companion had the majority of “cunning plans” which made the doctor feel inferior, meaning he rebranded or destroyed all of these episodes.
Contrary to popular belief, Susan did not actually leave the TARDIS. She actually lives in the basement and secretly steers it, which is why the Doctor is so often surprised by where he winds up.
The show was originally supposed to be about a sentient time machine but the Doctor was added in at the last minute because somebody eventually realised that the show would be pretty quiet since the TARDIS couldn’t talk.
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