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Trip meets two of the Tenth Doctor's previous Companions, and more pieces of the Temporal puzzle fall into place. You find out the Doctor has been to Vulcan before. Sort of.

Spoilers: ENT "Shockwave I and II", "Storm Front I and II"

DW: "The Doctor's Daughter" and the movie "The Five Doctors"

Other Notes: The Death Zone was an area of Gallifrey where the Time Lords used people in 'The Game'. The object of The Game was to find the Tomb of Rassilon (or the Tower of Rassilon) and escape the Death Zone safely. There were mountains, marshes, thick mists, and complicated traps that made the Game deadly.

The Companions traveled with the Doctor in his various incarnations. The ones listed in this chapter are Martha Jones (Ten), Donna Noble (Ten), Jenny (the Tenth Doc's daughter, but not a real companion), Romana I and II (Four), Sarah Jane Smith (Three and Four), K-9 Mark II (Sarah Jane's "pet", Four), Jo Grant (Three), Grace Holloway (Eight) Amy Pond (Eleven), Rory Williams (Eleven), River Song (Future Companion (?))

Note: There's one important Companion missing from this list. Who is it?
Ianto Jones, Owen Harper, Gwen Cooper and Toshiko Sato were the other members of Jack Harkness's Torchwood. Martha worked with them for a time.

Interlude in Infinity 3: The Death Zone )
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Trip finally figures out how to fly the TARDIS...sort of. He and Malcolm need to save Lorian's Enterprise from destruction from the Kovaalans. This chapter is heavy on the TnT (plus Lorian). And the TARDIS has wiped their memories of their last adventure, so as far as they're concerned, it never happened. (Though we know better).

Spoilers: "E²", "These are the Voyages". And here is my theory on why The Abomination makes completely no sense at all.

Chapter Eight: He Flies Through Space with the Greatest of Ease )

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Malcolm reveals what happened on Risa. The two expand on the Schroedinger's Cat (or in this case, Schroedinger's Sehlat) theory The TARDIS gives a partial explanation of why Trip and Malcolm were "chosen" out of the Enterprise crew. They discover where the ship's engine is located...as well as the elusive Control Flight Manual.

Spoilers: ENT: "Two Days and Two Nights", E², Shockwave I and II, Countdown
DW: "Journey's End" The Doctor Who Movie (1996)

"Journey's End" reveals that the TARDIS was built for six pilots to fly her, but the when the Doctor fled Gallifrey, he was the only one who knew enough to do it. The Tenth Doctor needed all his current and former companions to fly the TARDIS to save Earth in "Journey's End."

The ivy-covered corridors are called Cloisters. The Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) told his companion Adric not to bother him if he decided to go there. The Cloisters lead to the Cloister Room, which is where the TARDIS's engine is (the Eye of Harmony). You don't see the Cloister Room until the 1996 Doctor Who Movie and the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann). And yeah, seeing directly into the Eye of Harmony can be hazardous to your temporal health.

The "TARDIS Flight Manual" was first discovered by Romana, one of the Fourth Doctor's companions. The Doctor never liked doing anything by the book. Peri (a friend of the Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker) found it, propping open a vent. The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) said he eventually threw it into a supernova because he disagreed with it.

Chapter Nine: Even Bicycles Come with Instructions )
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Trip and Malcolm find out that the results of their actions may have unforeseen consequences in a particular universe. Trip finally talks with the mysterious Rose and discovers what has happened to the Doctor. The final showdown with Future Guy is on the horizon.
Spoilers: ENT "Countdown", "Zero Hour"

The TARDIS materializing around its occupants happened (albeit in reverse) in DW "Blink".

"Do you two wanna be alone?" In DW "School Reunion", Rose Tyler meets Sarah Jane Smith, a previous companion of the Doctor (Third and Fourth, to be exact). The two women compare notes about their Doctors, and both find out he still talks to the TARDIS like it was his girlfriend. Rose makes this remark and Sarah Jane bursts out laughing.

In DW "Turn Left", Donna Noble makes a decision that alters her universe, where the Doctor died. The TARDIS is later stripped for parts to send Donna back to that point in time to correct it. The TARDIS had basically given up and "died" along with the Doctor.

DW "Rose": The first word the Ninth Doctor said to Rose Tyler was "Run." In "The Eleventh Hour", the Eleventh Doctor tells the Atraxi, "Hello, I'm the Doctor. Basically...run."

DW "The Waters of Mars" The Doctor saves a woman who was supposed to die, and in doing so, becomes drunk with arrogance and power. He declares "Time is not the boss of me." The woman later dies by her own hand to restore the time line. The Doctor realizes his hubris, but he knows his time is almost up...

"Time Lord Victorious" is what he calls himself during his delusional state.

Chapter Ten: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions )
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Timeline note: This is a different version of the MU, one corrupted by Future Guy. Certain people aren't who they should be...Trip, Malcolm and Team TARDIS must restore this universe to the 'proper' MU universe.
Another version of the Doctor gives Trip a much needed assist. Which Doctor is it? Who's the blond man Trip sees near the end of the chapter? And anyone have a guess as to the identity of "Admiral Tonek"?

Spoilers: ENT "Broken Bow" "Shuttlepod One", "In a Mirror Darkly, I and II"

DW: "Rose", "The Empty Child", "The Waters of Mars", "The Last of the Timelords"

TW: "Captain Jack Harkness"

Four settings on the pistol: Double the settings that Malcolm tells Captain Archer in "Broken Bow" :-D

Perception Filter: Used by the Tenth Doctor, Jack and Martha in "The Last of the TimeLords", plus it makes an appearance during the Eleventh Doctor's adventures. It alters the brainwaves of whoever's observing the person wearing the filter. The TARDIS has one, but it doesn't work.

"Most planets have a North." ("Rose") Rose Tyler asked the Ninth Doctor about his Northern accent, and this is his reply. Actor Christopher Eccleston is from Salford, Lancashire, UK.

"Yup, all sonic'ed up." The Doctor says this to Jack in "The Empty Child".

 

Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely )
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Trip and Malcolm get a nasty surprise concerning Atlantis's technology. You see more MU denizens, some in very different posts.

The latter half of this chapter is TnT, and another version of R/S.

Spoilers: ENT "Minefield" "Shockwave I and II", "Storm Front I and II"

DW: "The Sound of Drums/The Last of the Timelords"

Some clarification: Mac is the Ninth Doctor (Chris Eccleston), the 'Emperor' is the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant), the blond man seen at the end of the last chapter is the Master (as played by John Simms). You'll see who 'Tonek' is in the next chapter.

Also remember that Trip believes that the title of 'Doctor' is passed from person to person. He doesn't know about regeneration. So he doesn't know Nine and Ten (and Eleven, for that matter) is actually the same man,just at different times!

And where is Daniels? He'll show up very soon!

The Calm Before the Oncoming Storm )

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