The Brain of Morbius was attributed to Robin Bland, a pseudonym used due to Terrance Dicks' dissatisfaction with Robert Holmes' rewrites.

A pseudonym is a false name under which a writer publishes his or her work. Few Doctor Who writers have regularly written under an assumed name, usually under very specific circumstances; most often, writers have used a pseudonym when they wrote a story but weren't legally entitled to receive credit for it. On other occasions, a pseudonym was used as a way to share credit amongst several writers or to express dissatisfaction in the way their story had been handled by the producers or publishers.

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