Divorced, Beheaded, Regenerated was the second story in the audio anthology Missy: Series One, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by John Dorney and featured Michelle Gomez as Missy and Rufus Hound as the Monk.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
And the Monk? Once he knows who else is on the scene, he'll be glad just to stay alive...
Plot[edit | edit source]
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Cast[edit | edit source]
- Missy - Michelle Gomez
- The Meddling Monk - Rufus Hound
- Catherine Parr - Maggie Service
- Sir Foxcroft / Gramoryan 1 / Priest - Leighton Pugh
- Gramoryan 2 / Taverner / Squire - Graham Seed
References[edit | edit source]
- Missy uses her vortex manipulator to arrive in England.
- The Monk hides King Henry VIII in the Zero Room of his TARDIS.
- Following the Time War, Reapers, Chronovores and, more generally, paradox eaters run wild.
- The Monk has an organ player anachronistically play Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" while Missy walks down the aisle.
- The Monk knows about all of the renegade Time Lords, and he recognises Missy as an incarnation of the Master.
- According to Missy, Henry VIII composed "Greensleeves". When she criticises the Monk for not knowing this when questioned by Catherine, he says he "didn't expect a pub quiz".
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This story's title is an obvious play at the famous mnemonic of the fates of King Henry VIII's wives: "Divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived"
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- The Monk saw Gallifrey disappeared through his connection to the Matrix. (TV: The Day of the Doctor)
- When Missy strands him in the past, the Monk refers to how he was stranded in 1066. (TV: The Time Meddler)
- The Monk intends to deal with the Doctor. After regenerating, the Monk will confront the Twelfth Doctor. (PROSE: The Persistence of Memory)
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