FAQ

Your most frequently asked questioned are answered here. If there a question you want answered that’s missing from this section, you can contact us and we’ll add our answer to this page.

Just what is all this? Can I find some kind of handy guide to this universe?

Sure, you can check out our Wikia! It’s constantly being updated with new information as the series goes on!

How does this work within the continuity of the official series?

Imagine our interpretation to be an alternate universe, where none of the Doctors looked like Colin. Where David Tennant wasn’t even thought about. Where the Shalka Doctor still wasn’t canonical. The premise is the same. This is still a Time-Lord with a TARDIS on the run from his people. There are still Daleks and Cybermen and Eric Klieg. But the way events play out is very, very different. We consider our stories too wacky/out there to be canonical with what’s been broadcast – even from when Douglas Adams was script editor! With that in mind, please support the official releases brought to you by the BBC, or we’ll get into trouble.Your most frequently asked questioned are answered here. If there a question you want answered that’s missing from this section, you can contact us and we’ll add our answer to this page.

What is the chronological order of these Doctors?

Original > Fruit Pastel > Sorry > Pompous > Dynamite > Quintessential. Find out more about our Doctors here.

Will there be anymore Doctors coming?

We’ve got quite a few at the moment, each bringing a unique blend to our audios. We certainly won’t bring a new incarnation without thinking a great deal about it, as we don’t want to get bogged down with too many Doctors. Eventually we’d love to add a new Doctor to the mythology we’ve been building, but not for some time, and not without a great deal of thought.

Do you plan on doing anymore regeneration stories?

We’ve had a surprise regeneration story already for the Fruit Pastel Doctor, and yes, we are planning to do more! They won’t be common things though, as we can only do these stories once. We’ve mapped out vaguely how each Doctor is going to go, and we want to do each story differently, but you probably won’t be seeing them for some time. The same can be said for our post-regeneration stories, which are equally exciting!

What do you say to a War Doctor parody? Sort of like a Time War series.

We love John Hurt’s War Doctor, and yes, the Time War also operates as a Classic/New Series divide for us. We don’t have any plans at this time to show our interpretation of the Time War – it’s merely something that has references and in-jokes surrounding it. As far as we’re concerned right now, the Pompous Doctor regenerates into Dynamite.

Where did you get the idea to start producing these audios?

We’d already invented The Pompous Doctor (then known as the 5WF Doctor) for a 5WF video, and we found ourselves going a bit mad with the immense potential he could have – his own stories, his own monsters, etc. Our influences include Big Finish and the DAM Productions audio adventures, but we were mainly drawn to these because they were essentially such an easy way to tell the dozens of stories we wanted to tell without putting a limit on anything due to budget. It’s a highly enjoyable and indulgent process, and it’s put together with a lot of love.

Who do each of your Doctors channel?

A lot of people have obviously caught onto the fact that our Doctors are in fact channeling incarnations from the official television series. It is easy to see Colin Baker’s incarnation in Pompous, for example. However, it’s not quite as straight forward as this. Most of our Doctors pick up little traits from multiple Doctors, asides from good old Fruit Pastel. That’s not to say that we have merely carbon copies of said Doctors – we like to exaggerate and add to those incarnations, rather than mimic them. You can find out more on their Wikia pages.

Where did you get The Pompous Doctor’s striped coat from?

The Pompous Doctor’s coat is so hideous/unique, we reckon it might be the only one of its kind. It was found at a thrift shop for a grand total of £3. That’s right, £3. Further still, it is supposedly a woman’s jacket, as the thrift shop in question only sells women’s clothes. The two buttons are far too big to fit in the button holes, so either it was made to be bad, or has seen modifications. According to the label on the back, the previous owner was someone called ‘Sue B’, and it was created by ‘Ivy Fashions’. That’s all the information we have, sadly…

Who voices Martin the Pug?

Sadly, none of us own a pug, so we’ve have to use samples from across the internet. We do hope that the pug that’s been recorded is called Martin though – he’s certainly very good at staying in character.