The Greatest of Friends

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The Doctor. The Doctors. One Time Lord. Five men. One woman. And who knows how many more lie in wait? With all those incarnations, you’re bound to bump into yourself once in a while, and it’s not likely you’ll be getting along with yourself.

A painting at a gallery reveals a terrifying fate for two Doctors.

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Daniel Sherratt
Billy Treacy
David McLaughlin
Christopher Johnson
Guy Lambert
Sam Dimitrijevic

Joel H Joelson & Billy Treacy
Daniel Sherratt
Daniel Sherratt
Daniel Sherratt
Billy Treacy
Daniel Sherratt & Billy Treacy

9 thoughts on “The Greatest of Friends”

  1. Another punch-the-air story! So much good stuff, and Guy was great too. Livvy got the best line of the episode though :p

    5/7.

  2. This episode was brilliant! The best of a fantastic wave- if not only for that final scene! I’d like to add that this improves the resolution of War of The Doctors quite a bit- it’s a lot more reasonable and in character now (not saying it was before, but War did leave a ton of open ends in my opinion)

    Also it was fun picturing the Master’s cake TARDIS (TM) being Timerammed by a bunch of Police Boxes in the vortexes. Mmm. Cake.

  3. An Outstanding piece of Aimless Wanderings! Probably the best in the range! This sets up The Pompous Redemption elegantly, such a great script and such a great writer. Well done, Mr Treacy, you’ve made Aimless History.

  4. Fecking loved that. It’s a great story which helps excelently demonstrate how AW is willing to take advantage of its medium and it’s unwillingness to stay in a comfort zone for too long. While I didn’t quite love this wave as much as your other recent works it was pretty great and I can’t wait for Forbidden Fruit Pastel.

  5. Loved this! A hilarious adventure with a lot of humor and character development, especially at the end.

    9/10. Splendid.

    Rated 12: Contains one use of bleeped strong language and mild violence and a blood reference. Suitable only for persons of 12 years and over. Not to be supplied to anyone below that age.

      1. (Reckon it also has mild sexual humour too, which would bump up the rating. If indeed audios had ratings.)

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