We strive to answer all your burning questions about Doctor Who, including:
- Why can't the Doctor meet Amy and Rory after "The Angels Take Manhattan", maybe after 1938 and not in New York?
- When the Doctor gets a phone call in the TARDIS (like when Churchill called him), what determines where the call is sent to in the Doctor's timeline?
- In "The Shakespeare Code", the Doctor refers to Harry Potter. How can this be if, in the real word, David Tennant appeared in the film?
and anything else you might like to know. Oh, and we also cover content from Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, K9, and all licensed stories set in the Whoniverse. We are quite simply the best place in the universe to find whatever you want to know about Doctor Who !
|Who Are We?|
| We're just a bunch of Doctor Who fans (and Torchwood fans, and Sarah Jane Adventures fans, etc.) who like asking and answering and organising questions about Doctor Who and all its licensed spin-offs from all media (such as TV stories, audio stories, novels, comics... We don't discriminate by media).
We are not associated with the BBC in any way, and don't know anybody linked to the production of any related stories. We don't make the show. We only watch it. Please keep that in mind when asking questions. We will have to delete any questions asking for contact with those who make the show because, simply put, we just can't answer them.
|What Can You Do Here?|
| Want to know when a certain alien first appeared in Doctor Who? Curious about what licensed novels featured a certain character? Maybe you want to confirm that that one character said what you thought they said, or want to know what planet a certain kind of space ship is from. Whatever it is, as long as it's related to the television show Doctor Who and its licensed spin-off shows and stories in various media, feel free to pop your question in the white box at the top of the page and hit the "ask" button beside it. Know the answer to a question somebody else has asked? Go ahead and write the answer by clicking the question and writing your response in the white box under it. If there is an answer already there, you can add to it by clicking the edit button beside or under the question. So, ready to enter and share the world of Doctor Who?
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