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If you were the Doctor's companion

Postby Graceful Leonard on September 16th, 2013, 4:27 pm

If you were to be a companion to one of the Doctors, who do you think you'd work best/worst with, given their various on-screen personas?

I think I'd work best with McCoy because within 10 secs of my arrival he would be doing exactly what I told him to.

I'd probably work worst with Tom's doctor because I doubt he'd listen to me. I'd probably end up helping the Master to bump him off.
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Re: If you were the Doctor's companion

Postby Betty on September 16th, 2013, 4:51 pm

I'd definitely work best with Tom. I'm up for all sorts of crazy ideas, and we would be the scarf duo. I had a few Doctor Who themed dreams, so I know what I'm talking about. Those astronauts won't save themselves...

I'd probably work worst with Patrick Troughton because I absolutely hate the sound of the recorder, so I'd jump out of the TARDIS as soon as he'd start playing.
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Re: If you were the Doctor's companion

Postby tracy on September 16th, 2013, 4:59 pm

id love to have been toms companion and if i was asked now by tom if i wanted to be his companion on audio id jump at the chance and say yes :D
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Re: If you were the Doctor's companion

Postby Graceful Leonard on September 16th, 2013, 11:02 pm

Betty wrote:I'd probably work worst with Patrick Troughton because I absolutely hate the sound of the recorder, so I'd jump out of the TARDIS as soon as he'd start playing.


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