From Doctor Who Series 6: The Almost People
Don’t forget me.
Being a man possessed of great charm, the Doctor operates as a classless being. So long as you’re not mean-spirited or judgmental, he’ll happily get along with anyone. And in looking back on his choice of companions, he’s attracted friends from all walks of life, from noble savages Leela and Jamie, up through working class Rose and Ben to the white-collar Ian and Rory and the more well-to-do Polly and Victoria. Nyssa tops the lot, however. She’s an aristocrat, the daughter of a high-ranking consul, in the Union of Traken, and young and precious with it.
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Would you care for a jelly baby?
Try one! They’re rather good!
Doctor Who opening titles (Fourth Doctor)
The Doctor goes MAD…
Thomas Stewart Baker was born on January 20, 1934 in Liverpool, England. He is, of course, best known for his work on the BBC series Doctor Whofrom 1974 until 1981. To date, his portrayal of the fourth incarnation of The Doctor is the longest in the show’s history.
After his run on Doctor Who, Baker appeared on the BBC radio and television series Little Britain and portrayed Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles in 1982. He has also written an autobiography, Who on Earth is Tom Baker, which was published in 1997.
Fourth Doctor + TARDIS
This is a previous project which I thought was a bit overdue for posting here.
The Scarf is just shy of full length due to the fact that it doesn’t stretch like a regular scarf. The colors, while approximated in some cases, should be relatively accurate.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!