Doctor Who offers baffling explanation for lost classic episodes in new adventure Press Play
DOCTOR Who has offered a baffling explanation for lost classic episodes in new adventure Press Play.
The short story has been written by Pete McTighe and features current doctor Jodie Whittaker.
In it, she reunites with a classic character – her granddaughter Susan – who was played by actress Carole Ann Ford from 1963-1964.
Susan appears in the TARDIS control room as a hologram and reveals that before she departed in The Dalek Invasion of Earth, she had "activated the TARDIS record mode".
This would allow the Doctor to revisit all her past adventures.
Susan says: "So if you’re ever feeling bored, or lonely, or sad, all you have to do is access the data bank, and retrieve a favourite memory.
"It’ll keep on recording until you tell it to stop. All your adventures, all your stories won’t go to waste. "They’ll always be here, waiting for you, like an archive. Alive for eternity.”
However, that's not entirely true as Susan also provides a baffling explanation for why some early Doctor Who stories have missing episodes.
She adds: "Some of the early ones might have gaps, sorry about that.
"You know what the TARDIS is like with integrating new systems.”
You can read the full story at DoctorWho.TV, meanwhile fans can also join John Barrowman for a Torchwood viewing party tonight to help people get through the coronavirus lockdown.
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