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Colin Baker will in fact be the 12th Doctor due to the BBC feeling bad for Michael Grade’s decision to fire him. Peter Capaldi will simply play the next incarnation of Maxil the guard.
One of Julian Glover’s appearances in Earth’s history in City of Death was meant to be as a wealthy American who searches for the Holy Grail. Due to time restraints, the scene was cut, but later appeared ten years later in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Fans commonly state that the first time Doctor Who broke the fourth wall was when the First Doctor wished the viewers a Happy Christmas. However, the show first broke the fourth wall in the first episode as the TARDIS’s engine sound reversed and slowed down says “It was either this or rubbish then?”
If you look closely, you’ll discover that Colin Baker is largely composed of the BBC’s leftover bubble wrap and sunbeams.
Deleted scenes from the Day of the Doctor include Adric’s return, an introduction of a new regeneration of Romana, as played by Sophie Okonedo, and said regeneration of Romana making out with Leela. The first was deleted because Adric sat there eating food the entire time rather than say any of his lines. The second was deleted because it was worried that it would make the special too mature for a general audience, as they got really into it.
The 6th Doctor’s series was originally a intended to be a spinoff series about Maxil the guard. Loving the idea of the series, Peter Davison convinced Colin Baker to switch roles. Unfortunately for Peter, funding fell through for “Maxil the Guard”, and Colin called “No takesies-backsies”. Instead of wasting the stories, the scripts for the spinoff were used for Doctor Who.
It is rumored that Michael Grade is locked inside Colin Baker’s basement, and tortured daily. Those who have attempted to uncover the truth have all ended up denying the rumor before buying the special edition of every single Sixth Doctor DVD and locking themselves in their homes to watch each and every one of them in an eternal marathon.
Colin Baker is not a real person, he is an alternate universe version of the Sixth Doctor who never regenerated.
Despite popular belief, Paul McGann did in fact have a television series. Unfortunately, he got amnesia for the 574th time and forgot where the production team put the serial reels.
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