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The '''Diogenes Club''' was a type of gentleman club that was sometimes featured in several [[Sherlock Holmes]] books.
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The '''Diogenes Club''' was a gentlemen's club that appeared occasionally in [[Sherlock Holmes]] stories.
   
The [[Third Doctor]] was known to frequent the Diogenes Club, but was kicked out at one time when a [[Seventh Doctor|future incarnation]] of himself by showing him the answer to the crossword he was doing, making the Third Doctor shout at him, and break the rules of silence. ([[NA]]: [[All-Consuming Fire (novel)|All-Consuming Fire]])
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The [[Third Doctor]] frequented the Diogenes Club, but was kicked out at one time when the [[Seventh Doctor]] showed him the answer to the crossword he was doing. The Third Doctor shouted at him, breaking the rules of silence. ([[NA]]: ''[[All-Consuming Fire (novel)|All-Consuming Fire]]'')
   
 
In 1893, the [[Oscar Wilde]] stayed at the club. ([[BFBS]]: ''[[The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel (audio story)|The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel]]'')
 
In 1893, the [[Oscar Wilde]] stayed at the club. ([[BFBS]]: ''[[The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel (audio story)|The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel]]'')

Revision as of 11:20, July 21, 2012

The Diogenes Club was a gentlemen's club that appeared occasionally in Sherlock Holmes stories.

The Third Doctor frequented the Diogenes Club, but was kicked out at one time when the Seventh Doctor showed him the answer to the crossword he was doing. The Third Doctor shouted at him, breaking the rules of silence. (NA: All-Consuming Fire)

In 1893, the Oscar Wilde stayed at the club. (BFBS: The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel)

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