Tardis

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Butler
You may wish to consult Butler (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages.

A butler was a servant who performed various domestic duties.

The Fourth Doctor said he had a "soft spot" for butlers. He had once known a butler named Butler. (AUDIO: Destination: Nerva)

Tom Chaucer, the son of the author Geoffrey Chaucer, served as the butler of King Henry IV of England during the late 14th century. However, he was a supporter of the deposed Richard II. (AUDIO: The Doctor's Tale)

During the 1860s, Hill served as Professor Cedric Scrivener's butler. (AUDIO: The Ghosts of Gralstead)

Nimrod was the butler at Gabriel Chase during the 1880s. (TV: Ghost Light)

Ianto Jones was, effectively, a butler for Torchwood Three. (TV: Fragments) He described the life-optimisation engine as a butler. (AUDIO: Ex Machina)

After the Battle of Demons Run, Madame Vastra and Jenny returned to the station on the Demons Run asteroid and used alien technology to resurrect Strax. They told him that the station was being evacuated, and offered to take Strax with them back to London. Refusing at first, he finally agreed to accompany them back to Victorian London. Sometime before 1893, Strax became Vastra's butler. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War, WC: The Battle of Demons Run: Two Days Later)

For a time, Donna Noble suspected Greeves, the butler at Eddison Manor, of a series of murders. (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp)

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