The Doctor’s granddaughter, Susan Foreman — her surname may be an alias or a fan-retcon — was a gifted young girl who bravely joined her granddad on a number of adventures until finally he’d seemingly had enough, stole one of her shoes and abandoned her in post-apocalyptic London to become the wife of a dude she’d only just met. Don’t judge! Every family has its weird stories.
Doctor Who now has a hot niece, Ian’s been replaced by Bernard Cribbins and there’s plenty more Cushing for the pushing!
The Doc’s now a mere human; Susan should be in primary school; Barbara is her sister; and Ian just wants to tap-dance. What the actual f**k?!
Daleks have invaded the Earth! Thank goodness The Doctor’s accidentally piloted the troupe right smack into the centre of it all.
Doc & Co turn into thimble-sized tree-huggers and match wits with giant matchboxes and murderers in this prop-fuelled serial.
The Doctor & Co accidentally land in the French Revolution and bludgeon a whole bunch of people
Doc & Co try to save some humans from mind-controlling aliens, but end up saving the aliens from barbaric humans. #irony
Barb engages in some harmless grave robbery and is mistaken for an Aztec god. Romance and adventure ensue!
The Doctor & Co arrive on Marinus and are blackmailed by Arbitan to go on a suicide mission to retrieve the five titular micro-circuit keys.
The Doctor & Co go on a road trip to Peking with Marco Polo. Meanwhile, a man by the name of Tegana is plotting to steal the TARDIS.