The Ninth Doctor's Timeline

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The Ninth Doctor's Timeline

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Key:
TV
AUDIO
PROSE
COMIC
WEBCAST
CHARITY PUBLICATION

Timeline:

Newly Regenerated
The Day of the Doctor
The Bleeding Heart
The Oncoming Storm
Human Conflict

The Promise
I Was Churchill's Double
Battle Scars

Rose

Solo Travels
What I Did On My Summer Holidays By Sally Sparrow
The Kingmaker
The Albino's Dancer
The Lost Diaries of Winston Spencer Churchill
Double Falsehood
The Hungry Night
Little Rose Riding Hood
The Patchwork Pierrot


Meeting Rose Tyler
Rose
The Beast of Babylon
Rose

Early Travels with Rose
The End of the World
The Unquiet Dead
Aliens of London / World War Three

The Clockwise Man
The Monster Inside
Winner Takes All
Doctor vs Doctor
The Masks of Makassar
Pitter-Patter

The Forgotten
The Window on the Moor

Travels with Rose and Adam
Dalek
The Other Side
The Long Game

Travels with Rose
Father's Day
The Love Invasion
Art Attack
The Cruel Sea
Mr Nobody
A Groatsworth of Wit
Death to the Doctor!
Mystery Date
Endgame
Four Doctors

The Red Bicycle
Retail Therapy

Travels with Rose and Jack
The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances
The Deviant Strain
Only Human

Weapons of Past Destruction
Hacked
Supremacy of the Cybermen
Doctormania
The Transformed


Travels with Rose, Jack and Tara
Official Secrets
Slaver's Song
Sin-Eaters

The Slist Show Christmas Special!
Secret Agent Man
The Bidding War
The Lost Dimension


Final Adventures with Rose and Jack
Boom Town
The Stealers of Dreams
Night of the Whisper
Return of the Volsci
Bad Wolf / The Parting of the Ways

Not Included
Shortness of Breath (Poem)
Dr Ninth (Out of continuity / parody)
Voice from the Vortex! (Out of continuity / parody)
A Stitch in Time (Comic Maker app Comic)
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NO POEMS?????*

*kidding

By the way, I don't know a thing about "The Beast of Babylon," but I always found it interesting that the TARDIS dematerializes *comepletely* at the end of "Rose" before returning and the Doctor delivering his "It travels in time as well as space" line. Meaning for all we know, Nine could have wandered for a century before coming back to old Rose Tyler.
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skifflebits wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:49 pm
NO POEMS?????*

*kidding

By the way, I don't know a thing about "The Beast of Babylon," but I always found it interesting that the TARDIS dematerializes *comepletely* at the end of "Rose" before returning and the Doctor delivering his "It travels in time as well as space" line. Meaning for all we know, Nine could have wandered for a century before coming back to old Rose Tyler.
Yeah which would be a lovely gap for BF. Unfortunately The Beast of Babylon completely fills the gap. Basically as soon as the TARDIS dematerialises in Rose, he gets a distress signal that leads him into the events of The Beast of Babylon, and at the end of that he decides to go and ask Rose to travel with him again.

RTD however established in his novelisation of Rose that the Doctor went off travelling for Twelve weeks between his first encounter with Rose at Henriks, and their second meeting at the restaurant.

Also, you joke about the poem, but the TARDIS wiki timeline includes them. Which is why I made sure to specify that I’m not including poems because obviously that’s ludicrous.
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Is there no wiggle room at the end of Beast of Babylon for the Doctor to take a detour before heading back to Rose?
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I like to imagine the doctor did a whole load of travels in between inviting rose, picked up a companion, did a whole companions worth of travels with them until eventually they leave or die, the doctor gets mopey then remembers rose and decides to try and pick her up again as a rebound. That idea amuses me.

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skifflebits wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 7:36 pm
Is there no wiggle room at the end of Beast of Babylon for the Doctor to take a detour before heading back to Rose?
Not really, I think it actually ends with a “Did I mention?”

To be fair though, BF would almost definitely just ignore it and do their own thing if they ever got Christopher Eccleston in. I say BF because the BBC rarely even use Nine in their books these days and Nine’s comic series has been put on hiatus.
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Ach. Shame there's just not much Nine love out there.
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SJF wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:43 pm
skifflebits wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:49 pm
NO POEMS?????*

*kidding

By the way, I don't know a thing about "The Beast of Babylon," but I always found it interesting that the TARDIS dematerializes *comepletely* at the end of "Rose" before returning and the Doctor delivering his "It travels in time as well as space" line. Meaning for all we know, Nine could have wandered for a century before coming back to old Rose Tyler.
Yeah which would be a lovely gap for BF. Unfortunately The Beast of Babylon completely fills the gap. Basically as soon as the TARDIS dematerialises in Rose, he gets a distress signal that leads him into the events of The Beast of Babylon, and at the end of that he decides to go and ask Rose to travel with him again.

RTD however established in his novelisation of Rose that the Doctor went off travelling for Twelve weeks between his first encounter with Rose at Henriks, and their second meeting at the restaurant.

Also, you joke about the poem, but the TARDIS wiki timeline includes them. Which is why I made sure to specify that I’m not including poems because obviously that’s ludicrous.
So’s the whole TARDIS wiki :lol:
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DalekCheese wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:41 pm
SJF wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:43 pm
skifflebits wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:49 pm
NO POEMS?????*

*kidding

By the way, I don't know a thing about "The Beast of Babylon," but I always found it interesting that the TARDIS dematerializes *comepletely* at the end of "Rose" before returning and the Doctor delivering his "It travels in time as well as space" line. Meaning for all we know, Nine could have wandered for a century before coming back to old Rose Tyler.
Yeah which would be a lovely gap for BF. Unfortunately The Beast of Babylon completely fills the gap. Basically as soon as the TARDIS dematerialises in Rose, he gets a distress signal that leads him into the events of The Beast of Babylon, and at the end of that he decides to go and ask Rose to travel with him again.

RTD however established in his novelisation of Rose that the Doctor went off travelling for Twelve weeks between his first encounter with Rose at Henriks, and their second meeting at the restaurant.

Also, you joke about the poem, but the TARDIS wiki timeline includes them. Which is why I made sure to specify that I’m not including poems because obviously that’s ludicrous.
So’s the whole TARDIS wiki :lol:
I mean you’re not wrong. I really just wish the mods there would get deleted or something.
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Just where do these poems get published in the first place??
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