There’s really no reason not to think that the male Time Lord in “Listen” wasn’t Irving Braxiatel. Just sayin’.
So I was reading that background information about The Corsair and there was one thing in particular that caught my eye, #4:
"Most Time Lords disproved of The Corsair. The Doctor, on the other hand, got drunk with him (in The Corsair’s Fourth and Eighth incarnations) and with her (in her Fifth). Each time The Doctor swore he would never do it again. Twice ,they woke up in jail. Once, they woke up in the Bank of England vaults."
I kept wondering which incarnations of The Doctor was present during these three times and came up with the following headcanons:
The time they woke up in the Bank of England it was the Second Doctor. The Corsair had brought along Iris Wildthyme to introduce to The Doctor. No doubt she was the one who brought the drinks. This is why, as stated in “Excelis Dawns”, Iris doesn’t really remember how they met and The Doctor tries to forget.
The first time they ended up in jail The Doctor was in his Fourth incarnation. They woke up to Romana I standing on the other side on the bars, arms crossed, looking down at them in judgement and refusing to pay the bail. Finally she can get some peace and quiet in the TARDIS for a while.
Eight definitely ended up in jail with the Fifth Corsair. No doubt with a bad case of amnesia.
Tegan/Turlough banter is one of the best things in the entire 50 years of Doctor Who.
I’ve always wondered if, being medical professionals, Harry, Hex, Martha and Rory ever sat down with The Doctor and bombarded him with questions about Gallifreyian physiology.
So I was thinking about how if the Time Lords return the Weeping Angels would be taken of as they were probably the ones who kept them in check to begin with. Can’t have creatures like that messing around the timeline.
Then I started to wonder… What is they’re from a universe in the Axis? The walls of reality began to crack and break down during the Time War, who knows what got out of there. Of course it’s also possible that the Time Lords released them to use as a weapon.
Janeway: “Any dinner plans?”
Chakotay: “A date with a replicator.”
Janeway: “Cancel it. That’s an order.”
Chakotay: “Aye, captain.”
*Proceeds to have a candlelight dinner with soft jazz playing in the background*
Nope, not a couple. Not at all.
Ace’s loyalty absolutely astounds me. If I traveled with Seven I would’ve punched him in the face (repeatedly) and walked out of the TARDIS probably after only a few days.
"Not sure if that’s a British term or an alien term…"
-Me, all the time while watching/listening/reading Doctor Who