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why didn't my fact get published? :((
Your fact is still in the queue. The FAQ answers this question as well.
The sex scene from Airzone Solution was actually a direct lift from the script for The Nightmare Fair. When it was produced for Big Finish, the sex scene was replaced with a scene of Six and Peri riding a roller coaster. Unfortunately, Colin and Nicola didn’t know that the sex scene had been changed and proceeded to record the scene as a sex scene. Producers felt that it sounded close enough to a roller coaster ride that they left it in.
If you look closely, Adric has actually been in every Doctor Who story since Earthshock. This is known as “the Curse of Adric” and it is said that if you can spot every appearance he makes, the actual ghost of Adric will come to haunt you.
Louise Jameson once got so in-character that she almost killed an extra with a prop knife.
Tom Baker is actually bald, he’s just unaware of it because he’s had an alien creature with a mind of its own living atop his head his entire life. This explains his eccentricity and his impossible hair physics.
The Doctor was originally only going to travel with Susan. William Russell and Jacqueline Hill wandered onto the TARDIS set in much the same way their characters did; in fact, when they refused to leave, their entrance and subsequent staying was written into the script.
John Hurt was going to be in Doctor Who long before 2013. He was going to play the next incarnation of the Rani, encountered by the Seventh Doctor in season 27, but the series was cancelled.
After the character’s popularity in Doctor Who comics, there were plans to introduce Frobisher after the show’s mini-hiatus in 1986.
However, due unclear scripting; much of the test audience asked why Peri had given birth to a small man in a penguin suit during the hiatus and the idea was scrapped.
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