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The Doctor is in.

Doctor! Why are you so hot?
It's the TARDIS. One of its functions is chick magnet.









  • Doctor who is a haven for somnophiliacs. Let me begin from NuWho,
    • Season 1:
      • The Unquiet Dead: Rose is Chloroformed
      • The Empty Child: Rose is affected by the nanojenes and faints in captain jacks arms.
      • Bad Wolf: rose wakes up, drunken and disordered.
      • Parting of Ways: Rose faints after having the vortex kissed out of her.
    • Season 2:
      • New earth: Rose uses her perfume to assult the Doctor and knock him out.
      • The Girl in the Fireplace: Rose and mickey are both injected with a knockout agent that sends both of them to sleep.
      • Impossible Planet: Rose is injected and knocked by the captain.
    • Season 3: (the season with 3 consecutive knockouts, of the same person)
      • Smith and Jones: Martha faints after reviving the Doctor, who had also fainted due to blood loss.
      • The Shakespeare Code: Martha is put to sleep using the power of names.
      • Gridlock: Martha is knocked out by the patch and held hostage by the couple.
    • Season 4:
      • Nothing! The arguably least attractive companion was never knocked out! what acoincidence, BBC writers...
      • Least attractive my ass!
    • Special: End of time: Donna falls asleep after knocking out all the master clones
    • Season 5:
      • the Beast Below: Amy is gassed by the guards, and wakes up in the ship chair.
      • Amy's Choice: They basically spend the entire episode being knocked out again and again.
      • The Hungry Earth: First time amy is swallowed by the earth, the second time she is gassed and put to sleep. The Doctor and Nasreen are also gassed.
      • The Lodger: Craig is knocked out by the stain.
      • The Pandorica Opens: (A personal fave) Amy is hit by a dart and slowly passes out.
    • Season 6:
      • The Curse of the Blackspot: No knockouts, but almost everybody was depicted in a drugged and woozy state.
      • The Girl Who Waited: Amy is kidnapped twice and the robots use the anesthetic on her once as young and once old. Rory is also knocked out once.
      • The Wedding Of River Song: Matt Smith is shot with a lazer, and stunned.
    • Season 7:
      • Asylum of the Daleks: Amy, Rory, and the Doctor are stunned and transported to the Dalek prizon ship
      • The Bells of Saint John: Clara is knocked out by the Spoonhead, twice!
      • The Crimson Horror: Clara is poisoned and is very Loopy and dreamy for a while.
      • The Name of the Doctor: Clara is put to sleep by the letter she recieved in the mail. Sh also passes out again at the end of the episode.
  • Invaluable, though certainly not comprehensive: The Doctor Who Kink Project.
    • Which is unfortunately down at the moment, though hopefully now that the terribly unpopular LJ crosspost feature is gone the creator will bring it back up again soon.
  • Some members of Doctor Who fandom have noted that at one point during the anniversary special "The Five Doctors", the Fifth Doctor appears to eye up his own granddaughter.
    • Seriously, over thirty years of broadcasting and this is the best example you could find? Off the top of my head I can think of the cat-creatures from "Survival" (decidedly less friendly than your average Cat Girl, but for some that merely adds to the Fetish) along with Ace turning into one, Romana's schoolgirl outfit in "City of Death", Zoe's Latex Space Suits, everything about Leela, what is apparently acid semen from the Made For TV Movie (fired from the mouth, no less), and the following words:I am the Master, and you will obey me!
      • Ace was so flirting with her "new friend" in "Battlefield". Oh, and Word Of God says the Les Yay in "Survival" was intentional, though the makeup ruined some of the effect.
      • "Battlefield"? Well, yeah, but how about "Ghost Light"? With the cross-dressing....
      • Ace was so gay. Seriously, you add up moments when she was gaga over a male guest star and I do the same for the females and we see who wins. (This being the late 80's, it's debatable how much of this was unintentional.)
      • Of course Ace is gay! It's like I always say, all the best women are either taken or gay.
      • That's what I always say about men, on an unrelated note.
      • Yeah, that's the joke.
      • So did Donna.
      • Case in point: John Barrowman.
      • Ace was obviously Bi. Or probably pansexual like Captain Jack once she got out in the stars.
      • We can hope! Watch for the smile on her face at 0:40.
      • Now, there's an idea for a fanfic; Ace & Captain Jack's Universal Tour; To boldly fuck what no one has fucked before!
    • The new series' Master is basically 100% pure, unadulterated fetish fuel. "Use my name" alone was a line that launched a thousand slashfics.
      • Not to mention: "I like it when you use my name." And, "Are you asking me on a date?"
      • That entire telephone call is Russell T Davies throwing a lit match into a lake of High Octane Fetish Fuel.
      • Also, when he's just about to find Martha in "Last Of The Time Lords": "Come out, little girl and face your Master." Want. Now.
        • Okay, now I'm reminded of Wanda Sykes' bit, about every woman's worst nightmare, coming home to find some guy mounting her man, yelling "Say my name!".
      • And as for The End of Time... see further on down.
      • Besides the bondage from The End of Time, the Master eating people and saying Naismith would "taste good" was giving this troper way, way too many giggles.
      • "I'm so hungry!" Mmm~ I prefer Simm!Master in a suit, cleanly shaven, and with brown hair, but I think I was way to distracted by the bondage in The End of Time to care.
    • The new series Master? What about the original, Roger Delgado, and his hypnosis? Oh, and Anthony Ainley... I could make a whole list of kinky things his incarnation of the Master did, most of all putting Adric in bondage in something called a HADRON web (yes, that's what it's called - it's a sub-atomic particle. And I'm sure you've all Squicked yourselves by switching two letters around.). Oh yeah, and there's the unbelievably phallic Tissue Compression Eliminator. Janet Fielding and Nicola Bryant have said that the whole cast thought it looked like a vibrator.
      • Roger Delgado's first appearance. Striding into view radiating authority and imperious power, dressed up like Lucifer and enslaving a hapless human to his wil with a snap of the fingers. This troper was in love from the moment she saw him :D
      • It took this troper a long time to get that "HADRON" becomes "HARDON." Now she's laughing like a loon.
      • The King's Demons alone sparked ten thousand Doctor/Master Mindsex fics.
      • This Troper definitely has a thing for be-suited, dark-haired men because of the Master. This is what happens when you're indoctrinated in the Who before you're four.
      • While this Troper hasn't been indoctrinated in the Who as long (only two years), she has a thing for tall, skinny brunette men who are smart and/or geniuses and a little troubled too. Like Spencer Reid from Criminal Minds...
        • Wow—you must have been in ecstasy during the Tennant/Simm episodes!
    • Apparently, the example above of the Doctor eying up his own grandaughter was cut out of the original broadcast version for just that reason. Though it was later included in a special edition videotape/DVD release IIRC.
  • The trailer for Series 4 has "Timey Slimy Martha".
    • Actual episode? She's a mind controlled clone, but IC naked (OOC not). Fandom didn't care one iota.
      • Martha x 2. Two Marthas!

If we sat here and tried to list every time on Doctor Who someone was captured, kidnapped, knocked out, drugged, tied up, tortured, brainwashed, or possessed we'd be here all day. Special mention must go to Vengeance on Varos however. Not only does it have Peri being transformed into a bird, but a certain gentleman wrote in to "Doctor Who Magazine" claiming that scene with Jason Connery chained to the wall "has a lot to answer for".

    • The companions are forever being tied up. On one of the DVD commentaries, Louise Jameson (who played Leela) said that one of the things her predecessor as companion Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith) said to her was "I hope you like bondage".
      • This troper is praying her answer was "Yes" ;D
      • And then there's a certain wall scene in The Stones of Blood, with the sonic screwdriver at one point pausing over Romana's breasts...
      • And the (slightly ludicrous) slow-rack-stretching torture in "The Power of Kroll", both for the situation itself and the interesting little gasps and cries she's making...
      • Well, this troper is going to take the challenge to count every time someone is knocked out, drugged, tied up, tortured, brainwashed, or possessed, with most emphasis on the tied up, capture, and kidnapping part.
      • That would be the most dangerous drinking game ever.
  • The very suggestively shaped appendage of the titular Creature from "The Creature from the Pit". Which the Doctor communicates with by touching- and blowing into.
    • The Time Team, a combination review/MST 3 K feature in Doctor Who Magazine had a lot of fun with this, with Time Team-er Jac owning a replica of the Creature's...translation knob. Which the team all had to touch to comment on the episode. Leading to such gems as "TOUCH THE KNOB!" when a Time Team-er spoke without doing so. And the Doctor blowing into the creature's...appendage got a O_O reaction with one suggesting it was a send up of a famous dog trainer who would blow into a dog's nose to get it to listen. Time Team-er Clay's reaction?: That's not its NOSE!
    • Or, as this troper sums it up MST 3 K style, "When did this become a gay porn movie?"
  • This troper knows a lot of fans, just dying to see the Tenth Doctor tied up, who came very close to Squee in "Voyage of the Damned" where he spent most of the episode being manhandled and even had one of the angels' hands clamped over his mouth. Ten was finally tied up in "Planet of the Ood", along with Donna, who did some slightly suggestive attempts to get out.
    • As of The End of Time you've totally gotten your wish with the Doctor and the Master in Joshua Naismith's bondage chair ;D. Also the Master in a straight jacket...and a dog collar and a leash. Oh, John Simm, why must you make evil so damn HOT?!
    • Something similar to this in "The Sound Of Drums". David Tennant getting grabbed by two bodyguards and squirming in their tight grip? Bring it!
    • Ten in Smith and Jones being sucked dry by that plasmavore... umph!
      • And then his face as he collapses to the floor.
    • Speaking of squirming and struggling, this troper is disturbingly turned on by Tennant being possessed in "42".
      • Burn with me, Martha! Oh yes.
      • For this troper it was a few minutes earlier, with Ten terrified and whimpering in the freezer thing.
      • "I'm scared. I'm so scared." Oooh.
      • This troper was simultaneously turned on and overcome with the urge to cuddle him in that scene.
      • This Troper realized her kink for strong, confident men submissive and in pain when she heard him moaning in fear. Something about Ten, who is quirky and cautious but usually on top of things, utterly shattered and frightened to die made her shiver
      • Both of those inspired a case of the squigglies in this troper. In fact, David Tennant in general gives me the squiggles.
    • Coming in a close second Midnight, where he's a near-frozen People Puppet being manipulated by the episode's Big Bad. PHWOAR!
      • Especially in Midnight, with some of the lines that the Doctor is forced to repeat as the Big Bad urges the other passengers to throw him out the airlock. "Do it! Do it now! Faster!"
      • Or his face when it's left him and he's lying on the floor. Except then the Tear Jerker comes and kills the mood. And I cry.
      • This troper would like to point the creator[s] of the above examples in the direction of David Tennant's appearance on Trick or Treat. Christ.
      • ...dangit, there went my already-tenuous-thanks-to-Tennant vow to never get a crush on a celebrity.
      • That's exactly what I said(except for the Tennant part) when I saw Secretary.
  • For persons other than the Doctor- watching one of the crew members from "The Impossible Planet" get possessed by, basically, Space Satan, gave this troper some rather squiggly feelings she herself did not understand. Mostly because... really... if a disembodied voice can have Ho Yay, that was it.
    • Okay, "squiggly feelings" is now my new favorite phrase.
    • "I'm right behind you, Toby... I'm so close... Don't turn around...Oh, I can almost touch you..."
    • And the Mark Of The Beast style markings, oh Lord... :: fans self ::
    • There's that scene put on Youtube where the music in that scene is changed for something more...suggestive. Hilarity (and fetishness) ensues.
    • How about that scene in "Forest of the Dead" with the handcuffs? Spoilers indeed!
  • Any "parthenogenesis" scene from "Partners In Crime"... well, not that we know of yet, but give it time. It just has that "somebody is getting turned on by this" feel.
  • Also, every time the Tenth Doctor licks something. Which is often.
    • In Planet of the Dead, when the Doctor tastes the sand and flicks his tongue in... and out... slowly... I'll be in my bunk.
    • Heck, anytime David Tennant does ANYTHING. It's a constant stream of fetish fuel for this troper.
      • This Troper too. He's 20 years older than me. I probably shouldn't be so turned on by the things he does, but I can't help it. The man is sexy. The things he does with his tongue, in particular, are extremely hot.
      • Most definitely seconding anything and everything David Tennant does. The man is sex on legs— tall, skinny, Scottish legs. His tongue, the way he tips his head back when he talks sometimes, all of the Ho Yay, his gorgeous hands (have you seen how long and thin and pretty his fingers are?), the bondage, all the instances where he gets hurt (which I'm normally not into, but dammit, he even makes pain hot), and the Doctor's personality, with all the tenderness and the woobieness, along with the hyperactivity and adorkableness, along with those instances of Tranquil Fury and intensity...just everything.
      • On the Friday Night Project, an audience member asked if, in the bedroom, he liked to be called "Doctor". A simple 'yes' would have made this troper's life, but instead? "In that sort of situation... I'd prefer "Master" instead." Oh for the love of all that is holy...
    • I'd agree with that. In particular, the naughty/playful expression on his face in "Forest of the Dead" when he's tempted to look inside River Song's diary kept me smiling through a dull week at work. A similar expression is seen in "Midnight" when he persuades the crew to take down the shields for a sneaky peek outside. Mmm...
    • This troper's favorite is during Tooth and Claw when they saw fit to throw in three rapid-fire shots of the Tenth Doctor enthusiastically licking a door, followed by what serves as Fetish Fuel for the bookish, with his enthusiastic exclamation of "BOOKS!" and donning of thick-rimmed glasses.
  • Not to mention Nine's thing with bananas in "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances". Heck, the entire thing with Nine and Captain Jack.
    • This troper doesn't usually go for Ho Yay, but Jack kissing Rose, then Nine....damn.
      • Or Ten and Jack. Or everything in the entire freaking universe and Jack.
      • Jack and his would-be executioners, the lovely couple that stayed in touch. Has anybody written fanfic about this?
      • This troper never saw the appeal of Ho Yay either... until Jack confessed to "fancying" Ten, ohh my goodness. I'm still trying to figure out exactly where parts of my brain have gotten to since then. (And of course, once that door was opened, the dialog between the Doctor and the Master suddenly got a LOT more interesting...)
      • Captain Jack Harkness is Fetish Fuel in and of himself. But just so we don't forget them:
        1. His long billowing greatcoat can be compared in effect to the Ninth Doctor's leather jacket.
        2. All the threesome/polyamory implications of having him on the TARDIS... well, there's a Livejournal community called Better With Three. The Tenth Doctor quips in "Utopia" that if Jack met himself in the future he might finally have a man who'd make him happy.
        3. Not to mention the scene in "Journey's End" when Jack encounters the Tenth Doctor, DoctorDonna and 10.5 together in the same room: "I can't tell you what I'm thinking right now!" Oh, but we know, Jack....
        4. Come on! 2 Doctors AND Jack AND Donna doing a very good impersonation of the Tenth Doctor!
  • And don't forget the regeneration of "10-and-a-bit." Donna: It's you! Doctor 10.5: Oh yes! Donna: You're naked! Doctor 10.5: Oh yes! (And of course bonus points for the classic Tennant "Oh Yes!")
    • This troper calls him 'Handy'..get it?...'handy'?...
  • This troper is quite surprised nobody's yet mentioned Christopher Eccleston, shackled and shirtless, from Dalek.
    • Let's mention the DALEK in "Dalek". Chained up in the room, screaming in its metallic voice as it's abused...
      • This sequence of events is also where we first get a look at Broken!Nine, who, um, revs my TARDIS engines in ways I am nearly ashamed to own up to.
      • Ooooh dear Lord, yes. Nine getting all up in the Dalek's eyestalk, then Circle Of Extinction-ing it (rare heroic example), then the intense satisfaction he gets from electrocuting the damn thing...squiggy feelings all around.
    • Let's not forget the Ninth Doctor's clothing of choice was a leather jacket. Homina homina homina.
      • Yes. The leather jacket. This troper has a morning-after fantasy about that jacket. (But she also has a slight Christopher Eccleston fetish.)
      • And just because this fandom isn't lusting after Tennant enough already... When he wears Eccleston's costume in his first episode? As they say 'round here... squiggly feelin's =P.
      • Oh God, yes! The second time I saw that episode I was disapointed he didn't wear that jacket longer (not the first time because Christmas Invasion was my first ever Doctor Who episode and I didn't come in until he was facing the Sycorax)
      • As absolutely yummy as Nine's leather jacket is, I have to confess that I was just as turned on during "Father's Day" when he finally removed it (for the only time). He looked so...vulnerable that my mind immediately started going interesting places.
    • Also, this troper has noticed that Christopher Eccleston got cornered by enemies more often than the other Doctors. She wonders if there was some Author Appeal at work...
    • This troper's squiggly-feelings overdose at seeing Nine in pain was... maybe one of the first signs that I wasn't exactly in it for the 'comfort' side of the hurt/comfort equation. (I'll be in my bunk. Not doing anything, mind you, just hyperventilating and attempting to block out the mental images...)
    • There's also Noel Clarke in "Rise of the Cybermen", who was stripped down to boxer briefs, tied up, and then interrogated by his identical twin from an alternate universe. Fetish Fuel Unleaded!
      • A scene which finally told us viewers EXACTLY what Rose had seen in him. Yummy!
      • Also Mickey's scowly, hardcore gun toting alternate universe self. This troper doesn't normally go for the stereotypical "Macho man" type but Noel Clarke just makes it so very appealing.
    • Classic series: Turlough, a redhead in a schoolboy uniform, tied (with his hands above his head?) and menaced with a knife over his nipple by a dominatrix pirate. (This troper also found him screaming in terror at the Black Guardian, begging to be freed from their agreement, strangely... yes).
      • Hell, that pirate captain was walking talking fetish fuel herself...
      • And she gets a few Les Yay moments with Tegan, too.
      • At one point the Black Guardian actually strangles him. Asphyxiation fetish fuel much?
      • Not to mention the Shirtless Scene - actually he was in speedos - in "Planet of Fire". And I'm not the only person who got squiggly feelings at the sight of him waving around a hat rack as a weapon in "Frontios", right?
      • There's also his No Sense Of Personal Space around the Doctor, who he keeps looking up and down in a distinctly suggestive way, and to some extent also Tegan, though the Doctor seems more responsive. Once Tegan gets less hostile, he also expands his touchy-feely antagonistic flirting ("You look so sweet when you get angry") into a habit of demonstrating his er, friendship by clasping her hands and staring intently into her cleavage, though it's always possible he's just steeling himself for his encounter with Peri's Fan Service ahead.
      • Honestly, the Doctor's inexplicable trust in Turlough—whom he first meets when Turlough is trying to steal the TARDIS—strikes this troper as only being explicable if the Doctor's crushing like mad.
      • From the commentary of this episode, addressing this matter:

Peter Davison: Clearly I'm missing Adric so much... I clearly want a companion I can put my arm around, rather than one I cannot touch, as with the girls.

    • Speaking of bondage, this troper can't be the only one who noticed that the plot excuses for the Third, Fourth, and Fifth Doctors to be tied up and tortured sometimes got very flimsy. There is no purpose to that electric fence scene in Genesis of the Daleks except to watch Tom Baker writhe in pain.
      • Ditto for the memory-scan scene from "Resurrection of the Daleks". Despite what RTD says, this troper thinks the Daleks' real motivation was just to torture the Doctor for their amusement—and an excuse for Peter Davison use his excellent acting skills for conveying pain (which he does quite convincingly—enough to make this troper cry).
      • It also provides an opportunity for the brainwashed man torturing him to say "Relax, Doctor. Don't fight it. You'll only cause yourself pain. I know how you feel. The pain will pass. You must relax." Hmm. Where have I heard dialogue like that before?
      • Don't cry. It's a waste of good suffering!
      • Or listen closely to the Fifth Doctor's cries of pain—don't they sound a little "suggestive?"
      • If you think that's suggestive, listen to The Church and The Crown. The Doctor gets tortured by a megalomaniacal Blue Blood by being put in the strappado - his hands are tied above his head, he's raised off the ground, and then dropped. His torturer explains exactly what he's doing, Five begs him to believe he's not a spy, and then he drops... guh! This troper didn't know he had a pain fetish for Peter Davison until that track came up on his iPod shuffle, and it's possibly no coincidence that Caves of Androzani is one of his favourite episodes...
      • The Third Doctor, in particular, had a companion trained in escapology. Guess what happened to him at least once per story.
      • Or at least until his pretty, short-skirted, knee-boot-wearing assistant came around to unlock him. Was anyone else getting BDSM vibes off of that?
      • Oh lordy yes :D It becomes even more fetish fuel tastic when you consider that not only did Jo Grant and the Doctor share OODLES of Will They Or Wont They, more so than any Doctor/Companion pairing in the classic series apart from the Fourth and Romana, but also Katy Manning has something of a...reputation on the convention circuit. Let's just say she's apparently been the "Companion" to quite a few Doctor Who actors in her time ;D
      • It gets particularly ludicrous in Day of the Daleks, wherein the Doctor is dragged into a dungeon cell between two guards, his jacket removed and his shirt half-unbuttoned. He then perches rather carefully on the edge of the cell bed, panting suggestively, while a burly guy wearing leather and black nail varnish strokes his neck and shoulders with the handle of a whip and says things like "Best be careful; our friends here don't get much fun." Oh, and later in the serial he ends up strapped to a table while being mind-probed. It's like a few pages of the script got switched with a torture-porn fanfic and nobody noticed.
      • Well, I know which serial I'm watching next.
      • You will not be dissapointed. Jon Pertwee=Silver Fox.
      • Speaking of Author Appeal, this troper just noticed something—in both Mara stories, the Fifth Doctor spends at least one episode locked up in a cage. Since the Mara stories are written by the same writer, this troper wonders if the writer had a fetish in his mind.
  • This troper has a friend who got into asphyxiation fetish because of the Sixth Doctor strangling Peri during his regeneration gone wrong in The Twin Dilemma, Part 1.
  • Maybe it's because this troper isn't Ten's biggest fan right now but he always gets squiggly feelings hearing him beg (Utopia and Sound Of Drums for the Master and Journey's End for the Daleks). Methinks it's a punishment thing.
  • Spinoff: Wanna see this troper's mommy/teacher/mentor/agegap Issues go into overload? Ask her about "Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?", which opens with teenage Maria being the person Sarah Jane trusts most in the world, and then goes from there; this troper is frankly jealous of the generation of future lesbians who get to grow up on this show.
    • While you're on the subject of lesbian subtext, what about those nuns in Eye of the Gorgon? Manhandling Sarah Jane, tying her to a pillar, blindfolding her, that one young nun grabbing her by the chin to make her look at her and talking right into her face. I'm not usually into nuns but YOWZA!
    • The premiere of series 3 abandons any pretense of not writing for the Periphery Demographic. The villain in the story is Androvax, who makes his first appearance as a leatherclad "Veil" straitjacketed by the equally leatherclad Judoon. Androvax then goes along and possesses Sarah Jane Smith, giving her a serpentine tongue and a slightly seductive voice. I'll be in my bunk...
      • This troper just became even more pissed that she missed Sarah Jane season 3 :(
      • And then in season 4, we (all too briefly) get Rani being possessed by Androvax as well.
    • It's entirely possible that growing up with the Seventh Doctor and Ace made me the Yuri Fan I am today, but while we're on the subject - what about Sarah Jane and that butterfly lady in her yard in the pilot episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures? They looked awfully happy together. And the alien left her a heart-shaped communicator so she could send her poetry from across the universe. Squee.
      • Awwwwwww....this troper just got a warm happy feeling...just cause Sarah Jane/Alien Butterfly Woman seems so damn CUTE as a pairing.
    • Season 4. "Lost in Time." I don't care whether it was intentional or not, Queen Jane's... friendship with Rani. Especially when she says on the eve of her imprisonment that she wouldn't want to spend her last night of freedom with anyone but Rani. Oh my. That along with Sarah Jane and Jo Grant being strapped down in "Death of the Doctor" makes me wonder if the writers are trying to see how much they can get away with.
  • Donna Noble and her tracts of land inspire attention from even the straight female fans.
    • Like many fans, I was not pleased with the prospect of Donna Noble joining full time. Now? ...wowzers bowzers. Keep your naked Martha shots, give me more Donna.
      • This troper saw Turn Left and wondered if there is such a thing as a Heterochromia fetish.
      • There is. This troper has it.
    • Donna is high-octane Fetish Fuel for me. As mentioned before, those are some fine tracts she's got, but I defy anyone to deny Catherine Tate's Christmas Cake appeal. Also, her bossiness in her initial appearance made her the furthest thing from The Scrappy to me...
  • Even the Expanded Universe isn't free from this. Two words: Cow Bondage◊. And this took place in the kiddie-friendly "Doctor Who Adventures", not the parent magazine!
  • Rose Tyler strapped on a table in "The Girl in The Fireplace". With a tight T-shirt. Breathing heavily. Bondage fantasies galore.
    • I'l be in my bunk
  • State of Decay. The vampires, and the hypnotism (which is practically seduction at times), and Romana laid out for sacrifice... the back of the DVD even warns that it contains 'mild sexual content'.
    • This troper remembers feeling disinctly...odd when watching those scenes between the vampires and Romana and Adric. Not bad odd just...odd. It took a few years to realise exactly what it was about those scenes with Adric and Romana that...excited her so ;D
  • What about Martha's maid outfit in Human Nature? And the whole master/servant subtext between her and the Tenth Doctor?
    • Try schoolboys. One of whom is played by Harry Lloyd. That wonky smile, and that jerkass personality... damn. Plus for you Greek types there's Thomas Sangster as Latimer, actually 18 but looking as jailbait as they come.
      • Also there's Tommy in "The Idiot's Lantern" and Frank in the "Daleks in Manhattan" two-parter for more male jailbait, made worse when the Doctor practically hits on Frank: "You can kiss me later. You too, Frank, if you want."
      • and Frank looks happy.
      • Given how...uninterested Frank is in the gorgeous blonde burlesque dancer and the smoking hot Martha Jones I think it's safe to say that Frank was very happy about Ten's offer.
    • Three words: Righteous-fury Ten. And for all the bondage (and more specifically, immobility) fetishists out there, Son Of Mine being tied, grinning, to a scarecrow post for all eternity, as well as (to a lesser extent) Father Of Mine in dwarf star iron chains.
      • This troper was thrilled at seeing how quickly they rolled out the righteous fury for the Tenth Doctor, it started in the Christmas Invasion with his fury at Harriet Jones and was only enhanced by his icy calm threat and the follow-through.
  • This troper blames Elisabeth Sladen's first appearance in The Time Warrior for making him a full-blown hypnofetishist. It was just something in the head roll.
    • Sarah Jane's departing speech sums up her fetish appeal in a couple of short lines:"I'm sick of being cold and wet and hypnotized left, right and center. I'm sick of being shot at, savaged by bug-eyed monsters, never knowing if I'm coming or going, or been..."
  • Why am I watching the end of "Bad Wolf" for the six thousandth time? Oh that's right, five words: "I'm coming to get you." Squee.
    • Righteous fury is a good look on the Doctor in any incarnation, but Nine and especially Ten get to take this to the limit.
  • A '90s documentary briefly featured a woman who said that Cybermen were sexy. "They're so masculine!" And something about "like fetish suits." (Putting "Cybermen" and "sexy" in the same sentence had never occurred to me.)
    • How about the Cyberwoman in Torchwood?
    • That would be the documentary More than 30 Years in the TARDIS, which also features a well-known fashion designer pointing out that she'd gladly have gone off with the Jon Pertwee Doctor in the TARDIS "because he's just so damned sexy." It really does takes all kinds to make a universe, doesn't it?
      • Are you implying that Jon Pertwee is NOT sexy?
      • Some people have no taste. Jon Pertwee...WOOF. That cheeky smile, that suave voice, the way he was a genius and a karate master and a wonderfully kind and noble man all in one Time Lord-y package. And the way he could effortlessly cut through all the arrogant bluster and ranting of both the villains and the misguided scientists and officials he encountered when working with UNIT. Jon Pertwee was sexy and cool.
  • There's a scene in one of the Eighth Doctor Adventures where he's trying to interrogate someone. Since he's a slightly-more-than-Technical Pacifist, his options are quite limited. So he decides to tickle her. With his big pianist's hands... and her associate later notes she seems to be in a much better mood and to have warmed up to him a lot, and maybe it's because he's so good with his hands. Mrowwr.
    • While we're on the novels, there's the Seventh and Eighth Doctors being subjected to hurt/comfort in pretty much any Kate Orman novel. Or the backrub Eighth gets in "Unnatural History" (which leads to the Doctor being called a 'backrub slut').
      • Eight with copious amounts of hurt/comfort? Excuse me, I'm off to go tear across the countryside trying to get my hands on those books, after which I shall retreat to my bunk.
      • Alternate Sam is just...WOW. She's a mix of Spunky Girl and Woobie coupled with a sexually aggressive attitude and piercings in...interesting places. This troper sort of wishes she'd replaced the original Sam.
    • On the subject of Kate Orman and the Eighth Doctor, does this troper's manhandling/roughousing fetish extend to Eight getting battered around (sometimes playfully, sometimes not) by a pack of intelligent alien tigers? Yes, yes it does. "The Year of Intelligent Tigers" also has some lovely domestic moments with Heterosexual Life Partner Fitz, and a passionately troubled pseudo-romance with the composer Karl.
    • Lloyd Rose's EDAs all feature copious amounts of all the villains either flirting with the Doctor or hurting him. (Unless he's flirting with them and they hurt themselves...) The scene in "The City of the Dead" where the Doctor is chained up having runes carved into them seems to be trying intentionally to give the reader a knifeplay fetish, and the fact the villain doing it is obviously into the Doctor and basically gropes him doesn't hurt.
  • An entire planet of Asian women didn't stop me noticing the closeups of Catherine Tate's eyes◊. It seems they're really like that.
  • The Tenth Doctor, the DoctorDonna, and Doctor 10.5 from "Journey's End". Just their very existence has sparked a lot of threesome fics - and Jack insinuates as much in the episode: "So there's threeof you? I... can't tell you what I'm thinking right now..." Us too, Jack. Us too.
  • Cassandra ("The End of the World" and "New Earth") is a male to female transsexual, who ends up swapping male and female bodies with abandon before dying in her own arms, telling herself she's beautiful. (Don't ask.) When inhabiting Ten's body, she slyly teases Rose "I've seen you looking. You like it." (Meaning the Doctor's dishy new form.)
    • On second thought, pretty much that whole sequence.
    • Pretty much Cassandra in any body that doesn't belong to her or Chip.
      • It also often doubles as a Crowning Moment Of Funny, particularly when she's in the Doctor's body—it's obvious Billie Piper is trying so hard not to laugh. They were all obviously having a hell of a lot of fun playing Cassandra.
    • I think you meant female to male...She started out female and then went into various male bodies, the doctor and Chip etc.
      • Nope: In "End Of The World", she mentions "growing up as a boy on Earth". Yeah.
    • Speaking of "The End of the World"... Jabe. Most gorgeous tree-lady ever.
  • Speaking of "New Earth" - Rose all wet in the elevator. Happy sigh.
    • While Rose does have a bit of a "the closer you get, the weirder she looks" thing, I once saw a picture of Billie Piper on a topless beach. Wow. Of course, in this country, she'd be called fat. Goddamn philistines...
      • She did get called fat. And suffered from anorexia for several years as a result. Yeah, tell me about it.
      • People called BILLIE PIPER fat. Jesus wept...
  • The episode "Gridlock" features one car with a very suggestive black-leather-clad catwoman (with black fur) accompanied by two blonde, human female companions. How do THEY pass the time? In the other cars, we have two geriatric lesbians, a pair of nudists, and a male cat whose human wife just had kittens. One of which goes "mama!" Aww.
    • Gridlock was like a whole motorway full of every fetish under the sun. We've got furries, leather clad lesbians, older lesbians, people with strange skin colours, Ardal O'Hanlon voicing a cute cat-boy, and the wonderfully Douglas Adams-y man in the pinstripe suit and the bowler hat for those who like their men with that oh so veddy english touch of upper class repression.
  • Chubby chasers might enjoy the Slitheen, the Moxx of Balhoon, Morvin and Foon from "Voyage of the Damned", or the Adipose.
  • Rubber fans will enjoy the Voord from "The Keys of Marinus" as well as Jamie and Ben in wetsuits in "The Underwater Menace".
  • Little-seen android companion Kamelion was able to shape-shift into any form, and was highly suggestible and easily controlled. Oh, the possibilities.
    • Okay, now do Maggie Gyllenhaal. Now if he could just get another one of you to do Zooey Deschanel, this troper would be set!
    • Frobisher from the Doctor Who Magazine strip is a shapeshifter too, although his preferred form is that of a penguin. That said, one of the forms he assumes is that of a big, brawny barbarian.
  • Vivian Fay and Prof. Rumford have a very subtly Sapphic relationship in "The Stones of Blood". For geriatric fetishists, elderly Beatrix Lehmann's nipples are very obvious throughout location filming for this story.
    • "Subtle"?
    • Okay, I like older women, but that's just...ew.
  • There's something oddly sexual about the body print alcoves in "Terror of the Zygons", especially given the squishy and phallic nature of virtually every piece of instrumentation around them. That, and putting both Harry Sullivan and the very bearish Caber in them. As the bear boys put it, "Woof!" (Though isn't it more properly dogs who should go "Woof"?)
  • This troper has known about her villain-fetish for a while (there's a reason she owns every Master serial), but did not know how far it went until she saw Inferno. Evil Eyepatch-wearing Brig, in that uniform with the swagger stick? Evil Section Leader Liz Shaw torturing a helpless Three? GUH.
  • Five words: Peter Davison in a bathrobe. Enough said.
    • Two words: HELL YES.
    • Another five words: Peter Davison wearing a blindfold. While handcuffed to a wall.
      • "That's ten words!" "I'm a heavy tipper."
      • Although this Troper usually prefers the American DVD covers over the British ones (she's an American fan), she actually likes the British Caves of Androzani cover better than the American one for one good reason. (Hint: It relates to that quote above).
      • That sounds delicious; what episode was that?
      • The bathrobe or the blindfold and handcuffs? The former is from Black Orchid, the latter is from The Caves of Androzani.
      • I really appreciate that bit in "The Visitation" when Five gets handcuffed.
  • The scene in "Keeper of Traken" with the Master and Fourth Doctor is so full of homoerotic overtones. I mean, look at the way the Master touches the Doctor's arm (and plays with his curly hair) — is that not obvious or what?
    • The Doctor and the Master's Ho Yay has been obvious from the pair's very first encounter...they make the Joker and Batman's relationship seem tame.
  • For anyone who likes to see the Doctor in pain, here's the video for it: [1]
  • As for what Doctor Who Magazine's capable of... Teenager Sharon getting a Plot Relevant Age Up, fish-girl Destrii running around in her underwear, Bifauxnen 1930s super-spy Fey Truscott-Sade (and the Spy Catsuit she ends up wearing)...
    • Then there's Eighth Doctor strip "Beautiful Freak", which is basically Hurt Comfort Fic with the Eighth Doctor as the comforter.
      • Also cute and adorable geek girl Izzy sporting Zoe's PVC number in one panel of the strip's first colour story. This troper was so very much hoping she'd wear it for the whole story.
    • Or how about smooth-talking Magnificent Bastard cat-man Jodafra?
      • Speaking of which, he comes from a whole PLANET of Furries. That had to set more than a few hearts racing.
  • It may have been technically terrifying, but Ten's Master-like megalomania in The Waters of Mars had more than a few fanperson hands hearts beating faster for an entirely different reason.
  • Eighth Doctor possessed by Zagreus in the Big Finish Doctor Who Audios. "Zagreus sees you in your bed ... and eats you when you're sleeping."
    • Zagreus has every BDSM thing you could possibly want, even though it makes no bloody sense. The best, of course, being the TARDIS, using the form of The Brigadier, tying up and torturing the Doctor for — wait for it — loving Charley more than her.
    • Big Finish did an audio remake of the unfinished Douglas Adams story "Shada". In their version, the Big Bad's Cool Starship was run by a super-advanced AI with a teeth-grindingly sexy MILF voice.That description does not do the sexiness justice in the slightest. Whoops, almost forgot, she's programmed to call whoever's in charge of the ship "My LORD." If anyone has audio clips, would you kindly be a good fetish enabler and share the joy?
      • The computer's talk of the wonderful things that the Doctor had done to her circuitry is pretty sexy in the unfinished original too. However, I wonder if this is the link you are looking for?
      • YES. You are a hero.
    • The Eighth Doctor run of audios in general. Paul McGann has a gorgeous voice, and they keep doing bad things to him...
"You may think the worst thing I can do to you is hurt you..." GUH. You go ahead and hurt me any time, Eight.
    • Something Inside is so blatantly fanservicey in this regard that I'm actually a little surprised it made it to production. Literally about half the plot is just listening to Eight being tortured.
    • Caerdroia. Eight passes through a Negative Space Wedgie and and is split into three duplicates, each based on aspects of the Doctor's personality. Hold on, it gets better! One is an AdorkableCloud Cuckoo Lander, another is a Reasonable Authority Figure, and the last one... is the nasty one. Hoooo-boy.
      • And it's written by Lloyd Rose, who definitely seems to have a personal interest in hurt/comfort with a whoooole lotta extra hurt, which shows up in her Eighth Doctor Adventures novels as well. But it's especially good in "Caerdroia", considering the fact it's actually got McGann in it. The part where he proposes they find the portal based on the fact his "time sickness" gets worse closer to it, even though, yes, it's going to hurt... his stoicism is very sexy. And there's something about the Doctor being flat-out tortured by the Kro'ka, which... still not quite as good as in Zagreus, though, where he's into it. ("Where are the whips?! The chains?!")
  • Speaking of the audio dramas... one of the more recent ones made me Squee because of Jamie, because of Six. Because of Jamie and Six. Because of Jamie telling the Doctor not to look up his kilt in "The City of Spires".
  • Can we mention the Sixth Doctor in The Two Doctors? His look in Seville without the coat or the tie-thing and a nice vest was... wow. This Troper wonders why he couldn't keep that look all the time?
  • The Tenth Doctor, season 2 episode 10: Love & Monsters. An encounter with the outer space equivalent of the Fat Bastard that absorbs people leaves poor nubile Hot Librarian Ursula Blake an immortal human face growing out of a street tile. She continues to carry on a romantic relationship with the male guest star from the episode, who even makes reference to them having a sort of love life! Note that the character in question is played by the already quite yummy Shirley Henderson even before getting transformed into a permanent S&M gimp.
  • That already sexy dress that Tegan wears in Enlightenment becomes even more interesting once you hear that Janet Fielding popped out of it at least once during filming.
  • A computer game called "Destiny of the Doctors" was released in 1997, and can you guess what the plotline is? The Master has kidnapped the first seven incarnations of the Doctor — and it's up to you to rescue them! Talk about a fetishist's dream come true.
    • Yeah, I don't know about fetish, but that sounds like a cool game.
      • Peter Davison makes orgasmic noises when trapped by the Master in it. Also, the Master has an oil squirter on his bedside table.
  • The TV Movie gives us both shirtless and chained Paul McGann, among other things.
    • It's only a pity it wasn't both at once. The only thing better than Eight in James Bondage would be shirtless Eight all nice and chained up. Somebody with more artistic talent than I really needs to do some fan art of that.
    • His hair has something of a fan following, of all things, since it's so... ruffle-able. Him and Tennant seem to be the ones who gather hair fixations.
    • Plus he has that VERY cute outfit (I admit, I fall hard for guys in Victorian clothes) as well as Paul's absolutely gorgeous voice. Damnit, Doctor, stop making me crush on you!
      • Made all the more adorable when we first see him and he's still barefoot and sporting the toe-tag. Plus the Fridge Logic that he must be Going Commando.
      • Oh God... The face he makes just after his regeneration, while the security guard is freaking out. He just looks so frightened and bewildered and wonderfully flipping adorable. "Squiggly feelings" seems to be appropriate here.
  • Trailers for the 2009 Christmas Specials have shown the Master to be wearing what appears to be a large red dog collar.
    • As if that wasn't enough, recent promo shots from the specials of the Master being forcibly bound to a chair of some sort with multiple straps have been released, to the joy of fainting fangirls everywhere. That description does not do the pictures justice.
    • OK, so in the episode proper, we got: Naked, strapped down, collar, straight jacket and pseudo-crossdressing. Oh, and the scene where he's going all mind-meld with the Doctor.
    • The Master devouring the chicken. Tearing it apart, ravenous...Yeah...
      • On top of that, saying Naismith would "taste good". Eek!
    • Did anybody else got the incestuous vibes between Naismith and Abigail?
      • Could have sworn she was his wife until he explicitly said "daughter" 3/4ths of the way through the episode. Was that a knowing smirk the Master gives them when Naismith says he wants to give Abigail immortality? "Bringer of joy" indeed.
      • Oh yes indeed. Those looks and their whole body language? Screamed it.
    • Can we just say everything about the Master in these episodes? Hell, even the mood swings and sheer, manic insanity did it for me... not to mention the mind-meld esque thing with the tenth Doctor... and he started out nude... I'll be in my bunk.
      • This Troper usually prefers men in suits, but that hoodie of his... (It helps that she spends most of her life wearing them.)
      • Meh. Your Mileage May Vary. That sharply-dressed suit when he was Prime Minister was positively edible. Sticking one of the greatest (and sexiest) threats to the Whoniverse in a second-hand hoodie and workboots was a bit of a letdown.
    • In the beginning of the second part both the Doctor and Wilf are tied up. And for the first time since the Third Doctor era, the Doctor is finally GAGGED, much to this Troper's delight.
      • We have a partial clip of the scene here: spoiler warning. He's tied down, interrogated by the Master and calls the Master beautiful. Nice.
      • ...And at some point...Ten WINKS. Yaaaaannnngghgghh.
      • This has since been taken down.
      • So here it is again.
      • Wow, I just watched the video. I could not pay attention to the dialogue, and barely to the faces. Just... the tones of the voices and the way the words fell... it was like music (albeit sexy music). That's really awesome right there. Though now I'm going to go re-watch it and pay attention this time.
      • And then there's the Lolrus version
      • The recent children's Tenth Doctor animated serial Dreamland featured (admittedly unconvincing wooden doll type) characters strapped to operating tables, though that seemed rather more of a tribute to ALL OF THE ABOVE.
    • This video on youtube has some of the best bits of the Master/Doctor situation from End of Time...although you may want to turn down the music, I didn't think it detracted but it might for some. I got some serious squiggly feelings, it's hard to find the slap and the lightning-bolt-to-the-chest parts on youtube.
  • The ending of part one of "The Mind Robber" sees the TARDIS destroyed, with Jamie and Zoe left clinging to the TARDIS console... which circles round slowly, allowing the camera to linger appreciatively on Zoe's rather nicesparkly-leotard-clad bottom◊. Judging by how frequently this moment gets appreciated and referred to, it was obviously a key moment of formative development for more than one fan (this one included).
  • I'm certain that there's some age-regression fetishists out there with some squiggly feelings towards the scene in "Mawdryn Undead" where Nyssa and Tegan become children.
  • For some reason, the image of Sarah Jane Smith wearing dungarees in several of the adventures she was in during the 1970s has lingered in This Troper's mind.
  • Am I the only one who thought The Master looked... reaaalllly good in a gas mask?
    • Nope. *thumbs up* On that note, he also danced and blew the Doctor a good-bye kiss.
  • This Troper would like to add the Brainy Specs to this list. Every time the Doctor puts them on, she squees a little on the inside. The same goes for whenever Ten's hair is particularly "all sticky-uppy", as Wilf put it. And for whenever he uses his Scottish accent in Tooth and Claw.
    • David Tennant with his Scottish accent is approximately 1000x as sexy as David Tennant with any other accent. This has been proven by science.
    • Also, the Master, particularly John Simm's incarnation. Pretty much everything the Master does counts as this for her. Even his name. This Troper tends to have a thing for guys that act insane and/or like there's something just wrong with their heads. (See David Dixon's Ford Prefect and everything she's seen Jeremy Davies in.)
      • This Troper also tends to squee and get excited when one of her favorite 'ships gets a good scene. You can imagine how she reacted to End of Time...
  • I just noticed that most shots of Martha in The Doctor's Daughter were from behind.
  • And now we have the Eleventh Doctor, a.k.a. Matt Smith: the costume may say Older Than They Look, but his face just screams jailbait (regardless of his actual age). That rakish, pseudo-emo hair, those high cheekbones... and he wears suspenders. (Need I say more?)
    • The first thing he does upon regeneration is touch himself all over. Also note you can't see both his hands at the point where he discover's he's not a girl...
    • The bit where he's running his fingers over the crack in Amy's wall... Matt Smith has gorgeous hands.
    • Even better - now we've got pictures of his first companion, Amy Pond, aka Karen Gillan. Amy appears to be quite fond of running around in tiny, tiny skirts, and the first trailer shows her dressed as a policewoman. Mmmm.
      • Well, this troper hopes that Amy will not turn out to be the 21st century equivalent of Peri — all body and no character.
      • This Troper is quite fond of redheads, so imagine my delight when I saw promo shots of Amy Pond in a policewoman's outfit, in a short skirt no less. I will be in my bunk.
      • Can someone say... Kiss-O-Gram!
      • It's the Sun - don't bet on it.
      • It's official. And she has a childhood crush on the Doctor.
      • Notice that when her longtime boyfriend Rory first meets the Doctor, he comments, "It was a game, we were kids—you made me dress up as him!" (Probably innocent in context, but still....)
    • The short skirt was expected, but the Doctor stripping down and getting dressed right in front of Rory (who looks away) and Amy (who does not...)? That made my day!
      • "Aren't you going to look away?" "Nope..." Good girl!
    • Wait, the fact that Amy handcuffed the Doctor to a radiator, while wearing her "policewomen" outfit? This troper also wouldn't be surprised if there was now a demand for Amy Pond Kissograms if there wasn't one for Doctor companions already.
    • Was this troper the only one who thought that the "Raggedy Doctor" (Matt dressed in David's tattered costume) was completely freakin' adorable? (It was almost a shame to see him change his wardrobe....)
      • You were not the only one. I'd be disappointed that he changed if it wasn't for the fact that the bow tie and suspenders are so Adorkable.
  • Tales of Matt Smith's clumsiness on set have caused all sorts of squigglies in this Troper.
    • Matt Smith in general causes all sorts of squigglies for this other troper.
    • This troper was a determined Ten fangirl and could not imagine anyone else as the Doctor. (Beat) Until she saw him running around Amy's hometown in his "Raggedy Doctor" getup. This troper has now abandoned Ten entirely for Eleven. It does help that he wore sunglasses (At night!) in the latest two-parter. *squee!*
    • Are you me?
    • As shown by the bit of Confidential about voiceovers for the DW Adventure Games, Matt Smith wears reading glasses in real life. Awwww...
    • He's tall. I can't give you the exact hight, but Karen Gillan is 5'11 and she had to stand on tiptoes to hug him in The Beast Below.
  • The female vampires in "Vampires of Venice". Revealing nightgowns x5 plus the handsome 11th Doctor will certainly lead to some NSFW fanfics...
    • in the sneak peak for the episode there's a moment that could be seen as him thinking the vampire girls might be suggesting some group fun with him and he's up for it, however it seems he's not into being bitten as once they show their fangs he decides "on second thought, time to go".
      • As of Big Bang II, the Eleventh Doctor strikes this troper as extremely into being bitten in 2010, but not 2011.
    • This troper was actually expecting that "group fun" to take place. The look on the Doctor's face just made her feel all ready to tackle him.
      • A hundred erotic fanfics have been written because of that scene. Given the quality of most fanfic that's sort of a mixed blessing but still: HOT.
    • This girl will be happy if the vampire girls are also up for the same sort of fun with Amy.
    • What, no mention of Amy captured and strapped in a chair by aliens/vampires who plan to turn her into one of them? That's like, three or four fetishes right there...
    • And the look on Signora Calvierri's face after she drank from Amy! All staggering back and breathing hard and sexy.
    • Signora Calvierri in general, until she gets all fishy. There's something sort of domatrix-y about her, and the idea of her having all these beautiful young women that she drinks from, which she looks very excited about...
      • A sexy dominant older woman surrounded by beautiful pale vampire girls that she regularly drinks from? No, nothing Les Yay or Fetish Fuel about that AT ALL. *Whistles Innocently*
  • Watching Prisoner Zero transform into Eleven and Young Amelia gave this troper all sorts of squiggly feelings for some reason. She just has a thing for shapeshifters.
  • "The Beast Below". Eleven and Amy end up Covered In Gunge (okay, it's Covered In Space Whale Barf, but I know that's not going to stop some of you). Also, Liz X. Royal Action Girl in a sexy red cape, Dual Wielding Steampunk laser pistols? Yeah.
  • Amy is apparently pregnant in "Amy's Choice". That's got to do it for someone, and Rule 34 will... okay, probably has had a field day.
    • For someone indeed. This troper is SO EXCITED.
    • It has to be said; she does look quite cute with a baby bump.
    • For extra fuel Karen did a "baby bump dance" in the episode of Confidential.
    • I'm not usually one for pregnant girls (more a WG guy myself), but Amy in that episode? Pure fetish fuel. Might be something to do with all those shots of her rubbing her tummy and struggling to get up...
    • Then there's all that white... frost all over her face. (Damn you people, I never used to notice stuff like that until I started coming here!)
    • Eleven makes orgasm faces during most of his transitions into the other dream world. Probably indicative of REM sleep, but still...
      • Oh god yes. Eleven trying not to fall asleep? Why one earth that was a turn on I have no idea, but... Yes.
  • I assume I'm not the only one who found Amy sprawled suggestively on her bed in "Flesh and Stone" very hot?
    • No, indeed you are not. Now, I like to think of myself as a morally upstanding guy, but if I was in the Doctor's place.... *wipes away drool*
      • In that sort of a situation, there can be no morals. It's a hot and bothered Amy Pond, for fuck's sake!
    • This girl enjoyed the fact that the entire scene basically involved Amy trying to molest the Doctor. I do like sexually aggressive women.
      • That scene made this troper so hot for Amy Pond that it's unreal
    • It's official. The Eleventh Doctor is a complete moron.
    • This troper most enjoyed the moment when the Doctor was trying to shove her into the TARDIS and pinned her against the door for a moment, and she purred "ohhh, Doctor!" Gaah! Cold sweat and I'll be in my bunk and all that.
    • Here's the entire scene, in all its glory. You can thank me later...after you leave your bunks, of course. ;)
    • Something about Amy saying that she didn't want "anything so long term" just gave me the aforementioned squiggly feelings.
      • One of the most adorable parts is how many times those suspenders (braces if you're British) keep coming up and down.
    • Also, there's got to be someone out there turned on by the scene where Amy has to walk through the forest with her eyes closed but looking like she can see to keep the Angels from getting her.
  • What? Nobody mentioned the Doctor emerging from a stripper cake (albeit fully clothed, but still) in "Vampires in Venice"?
  • The revived series' Silurians were described by one of the actresses playing them as, 'twins, and they're big lizard warrior women'. An attempt to reach out to furries, perhaps?
    • It worked ;D
  • Amy Pond on a whole. Episode 1, policewoman outfit. 2, eaten by an alien. 4, petrified. 6, dat chair scene. 7, pregnant and frozen, and suicidal at one point too.
    • Let's not forget in Episode 2, she did the entire episode in her nightie. Also, when she was eaten by the Star Whale, they had to use the "eject" button to escape (Think about it). She then did the next few scenes "covered in sick," which just made her nightie cling to her. I had crushes on Amy, the Doctor, and Liz Ten (tough chick with guns) when that episode was over.
  • In the Next Time trailer for "Cold Blood" we see the Doctor strapped to a chair, screaming, about to get dissected by a Silurian.
    • Which made this troper very, very happy. Those little whimpery noises he makes... gah.
    • I think I also recall him passing out(I have not seen the episode yet, sadly). I'm going to need a new bunk.
      • The writers of series five like this one. This is the third or fourth time he's knocked unconscious this season. Dear universe: thank you!
      • Squee to that! Hm.... and I get screwed by the universe once again (I missed all the awesomeness due to our TV not having channels which show Doctor Who).... time to search the interwebs for a while.
    • And before that, Amy struggling in one of those same chairs.
    • At one point in "The Hungry Earth", Nasreen and the Doctor are thrown to the floor in the TARDIS. Then Nasreen leans over and snaps the Doctor's braces. *goes bugeyed* Ye gods. I never thought I'd say this, but I goddamn love you, Chris Chibnall.
      • Thanks to Doctor Who, this troper has a braces fetish. Combined with my hair fetish (I'm WEIRD), I'd just like to say HOW FREAKIN MUCH I love Five and Eleven...
  • This◊promo picture from upcoming episode "The Lodger." *fans self*
    • This troper just had a fangasm.
  • stares and then fans self* This troper also had a fangasm. Now I want to see him always in nothing but a towel.
    • Matt Smith getting two shirtless scenes in one season, which also happens to be his first season as the Doctor? Steven Moffat officially can do no wrong. All hail the Grand Moff!
    • ...Oh God, I can't wait till Saturday.
    • The actual episode? Wow. There's this whole bit where he panics, falls out of the shower, taking the curtain with him, and flails about on the floor for a bit before grabbing a toothbrush (for some reason) and rushing out clad only in a towel. Matt Smith? Cute. Matt Smith with wet hair? Adorable. Matt Smith with hair that's all messy after being dried VERY quickly (it looks like L's)? Whoa. While not wearing anything? Um... I'll be in my bunk...
    • This Troper's cousin hated Eleven before seeing that episode. Now? She's a fan.
    • Naked, wet Eleven with fluffy, just-got-out-of-the-shower hair..... I'll be in my bunk, too...
    • It doesn't hurt that Eleven's mussed-up hair reminds me of Crazy Gaiman Hair.
    • And on top of all the abovementioned hotness, he runs around in shorts for a while. And looks good in them. And runs around acting like such a weirdo and it's so adorable and augh The Lodger is now this troper's new favorite Series Five episodes. -fans self-
      • No kidding; when this troper saw that episode she rewound the recording to see that scene over...and over...and over...
    • This troper already had a thing for James Corden. Somehow, seeing him all adorkable and flustered as he was upstaged by Eleven made him feel it even more so.
  • In the audiobook 'Pest Control', David Tennant makes a very suggestive noise while reading a passage about Donna jumping off the back of a truck into calf-deep mud. This troper listened to that passage on repeat in her bunk.
  • In the current Doctor Who Magazine comic strip "The Golden Ones", the Doctor and Amy are looking into weird goings on in Japan. And Amy, taking a page from Romana's book, dons a schoolgirl outfit. With short skirt, knee high socks, and oh yes, pig tails. This troper will be in her bunk. ;D
  • In the episode The Pandorica Opens, a Cyberman attempts to grab Amy with some very naughty looking tentacles. Overall very PG, but still...
    • As one reviewer on Youtube put it, "No, no, don't do that, deviantArt will have a field day!"
      • Everything's sexier with tentacles. That needs to be a trope.
  • When the evil alliance shoved Eleven into the Pandorica in "The Pandorica Opens," I cried. (Being a pervy fangirl, I also got some major squiggly feelings. Matt Smith in bondage.... I'll be in my bunk.)
    • In bondage while screaming and totally undone. Yes please...
  • Rory looked surprisingly hot in his Roman armour in The Pandorica Opens.
  • In "The Big Bang," when the Doctor is flying into the Sun/exploding TARDIS, he is making some very orgasmic sounds. Couple this with Matt Smith dressed to the nines in a top hat and tails and dancing like a raver at Amy and Rory's wedding... I'll be in my bunk... for a very, very long time...
    • If you re-examine the lustful second half of Series Fnarg, you may see Eleven fighting sexual arousal much of the time. Never before has this troper seen Fetish Fuel be so significant to the plot.
    • Top hat, tails, and a white scarf. My formal wear kink was practically doing backflips for joy.
      • This gallery should do for you, then. And I'd just like to point out that in one picture, Amy is wearing the Doctor's top hat.
    • Orgasmic sounds? You don't mean the rhythmic panting and groaning? What on earth could be sexual about that?
      • I'm autistic and take things literally. Double Entendres are completely lost on me. I was listening to this episode and the first thing that came into my mind when I heard the Doctor's breathing was "isn't it a rather odd time for the Doctor to be masturbating?"
      • You, sir, have just made my day.
  • I'm just going to go ahead and say it...The Doctor wearing the Fez (with or without mop) was probably fetish fuel for plenty of people.
  • River Song getting a vindictive thrill out of making a Dalek beg for mercy at gunpoint.River: Say it again.
    • Especially the smug grin on her face as she gets ready to be properly threatening.
    • For me it's just River in general, I mean come on! An older woman with lots of guns, a prisoner, dressed in cobat gear/cocktail dresses/as Cleopatra, carries handcuffs around with her, very VERY nice hair, and her smile when she's doing something bad. Oh and she's a screamer...
  • Rory in that museum night-watchman uniform. That he's also taken several levels in badass makes it even hotter.
    • This troper and her friends refer to him as Sexcurity Guard Rory. Because seriously. Phwoar.
  • For those of you who were surprised at Rory's hotness... we were introduced to him in his scrubs! The fact he is a Nurse just adds to his adorableness. In fact, I might even say Adorkableness because in his Really Dead Montage from Episode Nine, it shows him tripping over his own feet. Plus the level of devotion he shows to Amy is amazing. I'm developing a loyalty fetish because of this guy!
    • This troper's been convinced of his utter hotness from the start! He really is just too adorkable.
  • Why has nobody mentioned Nestene Duplicates yet? River Song sums it up nicely in the Season 5 Finale:River: I dated a Nestene Duplicate once. Swappable head. Did keep things fresh.
    • No mention of Amy in the Pandorica bondage chair yet? Shame on you. That scene is what freeze frame was invented for!
  • I just realized that in "Vampires of Venice," when Eleven is fixing the TARDIS in those Steampunk goggles (fetish fuel anyway... I love Steampunk goggles on ANYONE) he's directly underneath Rory... and staring up... The Eleven/Rory shipper in me was squeeing.
    • Steampunk goggles, you say? I haven't even seen the episode and I still want.
  • Was I the only one who got a little squiggly at the end of "Flesh and Stone" when River said:River: You...me...handcuffs. Must it always end like this?
  • Eleven is adorable. Headbutts of love are adorable. Eleven handing out headbutts of love a few times in this series? Cue the squigglies. (I'm such a sentimental slob.)
  • Can someone, anyone, tell this troper she's not the only one who finds Six attractive?
    • Yes. Yes I can. I wish I knew why, though.
      • Six is gorgeous! The blond hair, the ridiculous fashion sense which he's proud of, the bossy attitude and superior intellect. And his voice is simply delightful.
      • Six always seems to be getting caught in quicksand, I've noticed. Is it weird that Six in quicksand is a turn-on?
      • Bless the BFA writers for seeming to try so very hard to break him, which suits me just fine...
      • Remember the part in "Vengeance on Varos" where he's summoning up his last streght to struggle against that illusion thingy?
  • There's a scene at the end of "Warriors of the Deep" where Five has to make some sort of painful mental link with a computer. His face and those noises he's making and...um. Yeah.
  • Not sure about anyone else, but in "The Pandorica Opens", Eleven about to open the big Underhenge door, and giving us all that impish "I'm about to be naughty" grin... Eee!
  • Oh, and don't forget the whole idea of the Doctor / TARDIS. "Oh, you *sexy* thing!"
  • This photo of Matt Smith has me craving more than just apples... Unf unf unf!
  • How have we got this far without mention of End of Time Rassilon? Granted, I could listen to Timothy Dalton read a phone book, but that smirk◊of his really does it for me, too. He's obviously having a little too much fun planning the end! Of time! ITSELF!
    • God, YES. The funny part? I didn't even realize I felt that way until just now....
  • The very second I saw Matt Smith say, "Basically... run", I wailed "TAKE ME, ELEVEN! TAKE ME NOW!" My mind has not been changed.
  • Rose Tyler at the end of "The Parting of the Ways", after she's looked into the heart of the TARDIS. With the glowy eyes, and the swirling light behind her, and the power she has... phwoar.
  • This troper saw 'The End of Time' for the first time on New Year's and automatically declared the whole chair-tie scene to be the highlight of the episode. Several crude remarks about BDSM aside, it's not even the bondage itself (even though this troper adores the sight of it), as much as the squiggly feelings he gets when you see the psychological power-plays between the Doctor and the Master. There's the slapping, sure (which is great), but as soon as the Doctor's gag is off (much to many initial disappointments, including my own) and the Doctor gets GIVEN (by a Master who looked like he was really enjoying the surrender, no less) the power of his voice back, this man who looks so helplessly tied up has his captor eating out of his hand, on the verge of tears. Oh, dear, sweet Rassilon, YES.
    • The whole 'sympathy for the captor' thing is lovely too :) What's more, for the whole episode after that, you can see the desperation both of them have to get back to one another, because they can't bear to be apart - it's heartwarmingly slashy. Yeah, those two act like they hate each other, but we know the truth - c'mon, just kiss and make up....(!!!)
  • There's a 'yay' for macrophiles in the episode Planet of Fire, where The Master is miniaturised. Peri discovers him in this state and he escapes on to the floor. Peri proceeds to remove her shoe and attempts to squish him. It's a tragic disappointment for macrophile/foot fetishists however, as Peri's feet are not featured at all.
  • For some reason, the way Eleven says "Two parts of space and time that should never have touched... pressed together." gives this troper squiglies. The way he's tracing his hand over the crack in the wall helps, though...mmm...
  • Matt Smith and Arthur Darvill (especially Arthur) on the Confidentials with their migrating shirt necklines. Not doing this troper's blood pressure any favors! YES PLEASE.
  • I'm surprised no-one's mentioned this yet, but the newly-regenerated Doctor in The Christmas Invasion? Hm, let me count up the awesome. First, he leans on people and grins crazily but exhaustedly before his voice cracks and he passes out practically in their arms (very good). Then Rose checks his heartbeats(very good, because for some reason I have a thing for pectoral muscles). Then he sleeps a lot (good). Then, after waking up, he runs around in pajamas and a dressing gown for a little while (I have a thing for smart people in dressing gowns due to Sherlock Holmes, so also good), before hyperventilating and passing out some more (quite good). Then he lies in bed again, but this time as if he's sick or injured, being very vulnerable with Rose pressing a cloth to his face presumably to cool him (extremely good). Then, a few minutes later, we see him lying alone, still looking vulnerable, struggling to breathe and groaning a bit but still unconscious (awesomeness). And this is all in the first fifteen minutes of episode! Oh yeah, and later he lies alone on the floor of the TARDIS after being carried there, which is also good. And his return and the saving of Earth is really cool. So you can see why I watch this episode over and over and over. And then, for a change of pace, over again.
    • You forgot the first...what, five minutes of the episode, where he's wearing Nine's outfit, with the leather jacket and black trousers. Sweet mother of all that is purple, why couldn't he've worn that longer? Maybe the whole episode? I wouldn't have minded at all...
      • And then worn the pajamas and dressing gown for the next few... that would have been glorious.
  • No love for Jamie? Shame, Fetish Fuel page! Shame! There's just something about a touchy-feely Man In A Kilt.
    • Oh, plenty of love for Jamie. Especially for his legs. And his lack of any sense of personal space whatsoever. And then there's that guard uniform he ends up in during "The Enemy of the World"...
    • Victoria struggling in The Tomb of the Cybermen sounds...familiar.
  • Matt Smith and his gorgeous cheekbones. Hnng.
  • This troper got squiggly feelings from 'The Lodger' episode when the Eleventh Doctor was taking care of Mr. I'm-going-to-touch-the-poisonous-rot. Seeing him being caring and speaking in a soft tone made me VERY happy....now only if it was Amy he was taking care of.
    • Ohhh yes, that scene was pure goodness. And for some reason, the drinking tea out of the teapot. Hm... and the disorientation. YES. MORE. That should have been a twenty minute sequence, dammit.
      • Twenty minutes? More like half/two-thirds of an episode...excuse me while i rewatch that scene a coupla times.
  • What, no love for injured Eleven in The Big Bang? I mean, he's all... ragged.. and.. collapse-y... And it's really, really hot.... Why couldn't we have seen the bit where he drags himself into the Pandorica? It's, like, Missed Moment of Sexy. Ooh, and while I'm on the subject, in The Pandorica Opens, his posture as he's being half-dragged by those two.. uh, who were they again? is pretty sexy as well. But come on, Hurt Eleven, sans Comfort. It's really, really... I'm going to my bunk now.
  • How come no one has listed Righteous Fury Eleven as being concentrated Fetish Fuel? Dear Goddess, when Eleven lets loose and pummels the daylights out of that Tea Dalek in "Victory of the Daleks" with that giant wrench while he has that look of absolute wild anger (which I originally thought Matt Smith would never be capable of—yet he continues to delightfully surprise and amaze me at every turn) on his usually sweet baby face? UNF! Also behold his fierce indignation at all the humans present in the episode "The Beast Below" for all the horrid abuse the Star Whale had undergone at their hands, DAMN——I don't know if I could deal with that level of intensity directed at me or not, but part of me (parts decidedly to the south of my midsection) would like to provoke him just to find out what form it would take; hopefully some incredible voracious coupling that would leave me limp and unable to move for a while. Although I'd be more than happy just settling for a prolonged spanking session from those big sensitive hands of his! MMMMM!
  • Can't believe this hasn't come up- Utopia anyone? 'We should leave...' *insane grin*, John Simm being Simmish, but especially 'USE MY NAME!' '...Master!' Something about the Doctor calling anyone 'Master' provokes all kind of fetishy reactions... dear me... *happy shivery squee feelings all round*
    • You bring up Utpoia but don't mention DEREK JACOBI?! How is that possible!? It can't just be this Troper, can it?
    • Even more unforgivable is no one mentioning the way Ten says Jack's name while our favorite captain is in the radiation filled room! The look on David's face as Jack's name rolls off his tongue... I had to rewatch that scene three times in a row before I could pay attention to the rest of the conversation. Talk about needing some alone time in my bunk!
  • The Stolen Earth, Ten's reaction to 'Rose is coming back. Isn't that good?' The happy smile, the 'yeah'... Forthwith, good sirs, I shall retire to my bunk.
  • Oh, and let's not forget Ten speaking Judoon in the same episode. It's giant space rhino language... but goodness...
  • Journey's End- more of a cheeky hint than anything else Doctor Donna says 'I got the best bit of the Doctor' and Half-Doctor raises his eyebrows... YES. PLEASE.
  • Preview of Season 6. There's one momentary shot of River that's just....sheeeeeyowza.
    • Moff, you Magnificent Bastard at Getting Crap Past The Radar!
    • Matt Smith. Cowboy hat. I don't know whether to yell, "DAMN YOU, MOFF!" or "THANK YOU, MOFF!" first.Stetsons are cool!
    • Why, yes, Matt. Yes, they are. Hnnng... bunk!
    • This troper never really found Matt attractive all that much, but when he said that line combined with looking up from under the hat...I must confess that did it for me a little.
  • Pond appears in the doorway, in her policewoman's uniform, hair flailing, in a Big Damn Heroes moment, engulfed in light. *Sigh*.
    • Let us not forget Rory in his centurion costume! "It is just a bit of fun!" BLESS YOU, Santa Moff, for letting us know EXACTLY what Amy and Rory get up to in the bedroom! PHWOAR.
  • The Doctor walking around with his braces hanging down around his legs instead of on his shoulders always manages to get this troper's heart a-pounding. Seeing him struggle against his handcuffs in 'The Eleventh Hour' did the same thing, which may say something about me...
  • This Troper has a major clothes/uniform fetish. From Jamie and his kilt, to pretty much every single outfit Romana II had, to Turlough's schoolboy outfit, to Nine's leather jacket, to Rory's centurion gear, not to mention all the historical episodes with era-correct dress....it all makes me far too happy.
  • Romana II every time she's in drag realy does it for this female troper. Lalla Ward looks amazing in anachronistic men's clothes, and has inspired this troper to attempt some slight drag of her own.
  • There is a moment in "Invasion of Time" when they put the Matrix on Four's head, and his lovely, wonderful, begging-to-have-fingers-run-through them curls get all flattened against his head. WHY DO I LOVE THAT MOMENT SO MUCH?! In fact, most of Ivasion of Time is fetish fuel,with Four being so powerful, and crazy and shouty and mood-swing-y.
    • Now that we're talking of Four: There's something about him running around in a white nightgown with naked feet, acting all crazy. The red jackets he tended to wear at times also has it's charme... heck, anything Four does. He had such a weird way of moving...
    • Oh YES! I love when Tom Baker's very alien and yet oddly sexy Doctor gets the respect he deserves! My all time favorite Doctor-being-tortured scene (with Eleven's porny writhing around on the Silurian decontamination table being a close second) is Four on Gallifrey in the companion-less eppie, "Deadly Assassin", in which the DOCTOR"S OWN PEOPLE are applying a mind probe, which of course was specifically built to break other Time Lords, while the Doctor is restrained in a prison cell with his arms strung up over his head, a position that makes the Doctor's billowy white poet shirt come un-tucked from his trousers to reveal a pale sliver of hip, and as the Chancellory Guard focuses the intensity of the mind probe's strength into the Doctor's brain, Four is gritting his teeth, spitting out defiant lines, and flipping around his gloriously disheveled mop of curls as beads of sweat trickle down his face. There's a particularly intense, almost orgasmic moment where the guard amps up the probe's power to such a degree that the Doctor lets out a ragged moan (in that lovely Tom Baker voice) that actually reverberated in MY OVARIES and made them ring like church bells. Needless to say (but I'm saying it anyway) this scene is extremely bunkworthy for us Four aficionadoes!
  • Ten's "sticky-uppy" wonderfully ruffle-able hair. Bonus points for brainy specs.
  • I guess I'm the only one who thinks so, but in "Smith and Jones" when the vampire was sucking Ten's blood through a straw on his neck his expression was...well, I suppose he was going for barely conscious but to me it looked like mild bliss and David Tennant has a lovely neck...I'll be in my bunk.
  • I haven't listened to it in a while so forgive any mis-rememberings, but the audio "Max Warp" ((the one that mimiced Top Gear)), at some point near the end, had the quiet, much-mocked character finally snapping and ordering the loud-mouthed bad guy to shut up and kept at him for a while, and the scene pressed my buttons so hard I had to pause the thing until my brain stop flailing.... My D/s kink had a field day.
  • Has anyone noticed the TARDIS' tendency to make its inhabitants bounce and jostle around in a pseudo-sexual looking manner on occasion? When it malfunctions especially, cue Ten rhythmically rocking back and forth, or sprawled over the console (have we mentioned he wears a tight suit and it is often on these occasions when it's a bit stretched that I find myself staring at his backside a bit...). Prime examples are the beginning of Time Crash, and pretty much any rough flight, of which The Stolen Earth comes to mind.
  • I'm so sorry for this, but this Troper has a thing for older men. Because of this I find the Third, Fourth and Seventh (yes! seven!) incarnations of the Doctor extremely sexy. Anyway, Doctor Who caters to a few of my kinks, most notably with Seven... I find Seven/Ace almost cannon, and I can't get enough. Everytime he touches her, or pokes her nose.... His audio's are so dark and it brings out the hurt/without comfort fetishist in me, dark and lonely Seven, his own brain against him... I'll be in my bunk, listening to the Scottish lilt.
    • There's one bit in "Remembrance of the Daleks" where he says, "a re-entry curve from low-Earth orbit?", and for whatever reason his Scottich accent goes into overdrive on that one line and it's just the cutest thing ever.
  • Rory rocks some pretty nice steampunk goggles while fixing the TARDIS in the Red Nose Day special.
  • How in the name of the Grand Moff have we not mentioned Amy Pond flirting... with herself... to quote Rory, "Absolutely no problem at all." Can be viewed here.
  • I'm not usually that into tattoos, but put them on Three... well, let's just say he can roger my delgado anytime.
  • Behind the scenes of Flesh and Stone, Matt actually bit Karen for the one scene. Mmmm.
  • Jenny. Dear God, Jenny. A sexy blonde female clone of Ten who can do amazing acrobatic stunts? Yes please.
    • Or the other Jenny; a cute Victorian Cockney brunette with big brown eyes who can kick ass Black Widow style.
  • Rory in "The Day of the Moon". He's disguised as an FBI agent and between the slicked back hair and sharp-dressed suit... let's just say he cleans up VERY nicely indeed.
  • According to the Season Six opening episode (and I'm SERIOUS about it being a spoiler, follow footnote)[1]
  • River. Song. if you were to ask This Troper to picture his ideal woman, it would be completely the opposite of River . . . but that attitude, the voice . . . wow. Also, while it's (almost) entirely nonsexual, the hamminess of Amy Pond in the wedding scene in The Big Bang is so amazing. And, again nonsexual (straight male here, thank you), Eleven is absolutely Adorkable.
  • Eleven in "The Eleventh Hour" was adorakble, shy and beautiful Eight while barefoot and amnesic in the Doctor Who movie made this troper want to crawl through the screen to cuddle him, and after watching Five in "Castrovala" this troper has decided third time makes it a rule: Regeneration Trauma is now a squiggly-feelings thing. New body, new rules; the inevitable confusion and disorientation; the way the Doctor has to rely on his Companions while he sorts himself out. Squee.
  • Anyone else into transformation feel kinda squiggly during the scene in "Night Terrors" where Amy gets turned into a doll? Just me? Okay then...
    • Nope; it wasn't just you. Also note the landlord, who gets turned into a female doll (who knows if peg dolls really have genders, but hey...good enough for me!).
  • As delicious as Badass!Rory is, I love that scene in The Almost People where he's with the Gangers and basically loses the will to fight after the Doctor pretends to be evil.
    • Also during that two-parter, focus on him during the bit where Team TARDIS are being interrogated. Unlike Amy and the Doctor, he's right up against the wall, hands behind his back and looks so certain that he's going to be hurt.
  • Amy in a pirate outfit. Hot damn.
  • Closing Time. All that HoYay in Closing Time, particularly the elevator scene: Eleven and Craig are in an elevator which has briefly teleported them to the Cybermen's lair. In order to prevent Craig from noticing and inevitably freaking out, Eleven holds Craig very closely, to which Craig responds, "Are you going to kiss me?" Eleven seems to consider this, then says, "Yes, I am going to kiss you. I love you, Craig, now kiss me," and Craig's feeble protest... is that he has a girlfriend.
  • Why is it that every time Eleven adjusts or twiddles his bow-tie with those long skillful fingers of his, I get a delicious tingle in my lady-parts? Such an innocent gesture on the Doctor's part shouldn't engender such nasty thoughts in my mind, but everything Matt's Doctor does seems to be High Octane Fetish Fuel for me!
  • Let me just throw this out there: "Vengeance on Varos" straight-up begins with a scene of a muscular, handsome man suffering torture and writhing in agony... for the benefit of his world's viewing audience. (The episode turns out to be about a culture whose form of entertainment has become centered around punishment, the villain is a creature who gets a gleeful thrill off of it and can't stand it when the "show" doesn't go the way he expected... yet as Steven Moffat points out, we're watching the show about them all. ... But, yeah, no doubt that did something for someone.)
  • This troper knows that he can't be the only history nerd who's ever had fantasies about Queen Elizabeth I before. Seeing the lovely Joanna Page's take on Good Queen Bess in "Day of the Doctor" just exceeded my wildest expectations. A plump, snarky Rubenesque redhead in Elizabethan formal wear, with legions of subservient men at her beck and call? Ungh. I'd be honored to call her "Your Majesty".

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  1. Amy is pregnant. Knowing this show it could be some kind of lie or trick or.... something, but if it's for real? SQUEE! Somehow, the fact that she's not showing yet just makes it hotter. It just leaves room for... development. Will she try and conceal it? Can you tell this troper has done a lot of thinking about this?

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