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Torchwood
   is a spin-off from   
Doctor Who
TORCHWOOD is an anagram of DOCTOR WHO. Go on..... work it out. You know you want to.....
K9 and Company
   is a spin-off from   
Doctor Who
Daleks
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Cybermen
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Bannermen
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Delta and the Bannermen
Sontarans
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Sea Devils
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Hideous fish headed amphibians.
Ice Warriors
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Silurians
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Mandrels
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
A dangerous creature from the planet Eden
Time Lords
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Dominators
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Dominators were humanoid aliens, who tried to change an entire planet into radioactive fuel.
Quarks
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
The servants of the Dominators
Sarah Jane Investigates
   is a spin-off from   
Doctor Who
Doctor Who
   says   
"Would You Like a Jelly Baby?"
The Fourth Doctor Who
Doctor Who
   theme was composed by   
Ron Grainer
Bubbleshake
   is a fictional beverage from   
Doctor Who
Actually an addictive appetite suppressant
Fizzade
   is a fictional beverage from   
Doctor Who
A Vitex Health Drink
   is a fictional beverage from   
Doctor Who
episodes Father's Day and Rise of the Cybermen
The Doctor
   is a fictional doctor in   
Doctor Who
"doctor of everything," with near certainty not an MD, Ph.D, DDS, or Doctor of the Church
TARDIS
   is a spacecraft in   
Doctor Who
Time And Relative Dimension In Space
Guinevere One
   is a spacecraft in   
Doctor Who
Satellite Launched under Harriet Jones' government.
Dr Feelgood
   means   
A Doctor Who is Indiscriminate About Prescribing Drugs
Sieve
   means   
A Doctor Who Admits Almost Every Patient He Sees
Wall
   means   
A Doctor Who Resists Admitting Patients at All Costs
Blaidd Dwrg Nuclear Power Plant
   is a fictional company in   
Doctor Who
Bad Wolf Corporation
   is a fictional company in   
Doctor Who
The Master
   is an arch-enemy of   
Doctor Who
The Master is a recurring character in the British science fiction tv series Doctor Who. He is a renegade Time Lord.
Ood
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Clockwork Dolls
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Krillitane
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Reapers
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Weeping Angels
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
“Don’t blink. Don’t even blink. Blink and you’re dead. They are fast, faster than you could believe, don’t turn your back, don’t look away, and don’t blink. Good luck.”
Prisoner Zero
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
A shapeshifting alien resembling an hagfish that hid from the Atraxi in the house of Amy Pond for twelve years in a room she never noticed.
Coal Hill School
   features in   
Doctor Who
School where Danny Pink and Clara Oswald teach.
Doctor Who (10th)
   says   
"Allons-y!"
"Let's go!" He was actually quoting the character Ferdinand in the '60s French film 'Pierrot le fou' where the full quote was "Allons-y Alfonso" hence the 10th Doctor often asking people if their name was Alfonso. He did eventually find an Alfonso and could say the full quote.
Gatekeeper
   means   
General Practice Doctor Whose Role is to Keep Costs Low by Only Allowing a Certain Number of Patients to Go to Specialists






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