A student of The Doctor’s, Bill Potts had barrels of charisma and instant on-screen chemistry with Peter Capaldi’s Eleventh Doctor. She met a tragic end, being turned into a Mondasian Cyberman in World Enough and Time, before later being retconned to meeting a much more pleasant end when she was rescued by her inter-dimensional crush and resurrected to fly off on new adventures with her.
Glass Avatars from the future don’t care about Data Privacy Agreements while the first and then-latest Doctor do Timelord Kegels to keep their respective regeneration at bay
The Genius Twins are the least of Bill’s and Doc’s worries in this highly divisive episode
Bill swaps chips for microchips in the first instalment of a very clever two-parter.
Doc & Co are happy to leave the fate of humanity in the hands of half a dozen childlike primitives with a very limited musical repertoire
Noisy Victorian males find sweet Fanny Adams on Mars, until the Ice Queen has a hissy fit
Doc needlessly spreads propaganda for the enemy, performs a regeneration fake-out and kills innocent dock workers in the last part of the Monk trilogy
Love enslaves the day as decomposing despots educate unelected representatives on the merits of consent
Doc joins the world’s most depressing bookclub, and where are these scientists getting their dynamite?!
Doc & Co want to breathe new life into space workers rights, but the puffed-up airheads running the head office may disagree