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The Floodfor other, similarly-named pages.
The Flood was the second audio story in the anthology Rose Tyler: The Dimension Cannon.
Publisher's summary Edit
While Rose connects with another version of Pete and a strangely compelling young man, Clive meets someone special of his own. In this world, there was no Clive for Caroline to meet, but love can cross dimensions.
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- Rose - Billie Piper
- Clive - Mark Benton
- Alternative Pete / Control Pete - Shaun Dingwall
- Rob Tyler - Joe Jameson
- Caroline - Elli Garnett
- Mr Finch - Dan Starkey
- Margo Kinnear - Julia Hills
- Agent - Gemma Page
- Rob is dating Mickey Smith.
- Pete suggests that the Doctor might be a woman in this universe.
- Jackie Tyler was killed during a protest.
- Harriet Jones was the Leader of the Opposition in the most recent election.
- Rose and Rob disguise themselves as cleaners.
- Caroline's favourite food is pizza.
- Clive's favourite book is The Time Machine.
- New Argentina and East Korea did not sign the Steinberg Agreement, which bans the use of post-WW2 technology.
- Margo Kinnear, the PM, tells the US president that her scientists are predicting 70 years until human extinction, due to barren soil. After 50 years, no more crops will grow.
- The Big Six of world governments are the United Kingdom, the Americans, the Koreans, Germany, France and the Great Eastern Alliance.
- Pete and Rob are associates of the Agency. Donna Noble was their contact, who recently seemed to cease all contact when she managed to infiltrate a top-secret satellite base. Donna plans to hijack their transmissions.
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- As in the Doctor's universe, Caroline meets Clive at a UFO club. (PROSE: Rose)
- Rose notes that Harriet Jones won the election in her universe. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)
- Clive is aware of his N-Space counterpart's fate. (TV: Rose)
- Rose thinks that the Doctor is "a one-off", with no alternate versions to be found at all in parallel universes. In fact, many alternate universes do have their own versions of the Doctor, whose timelines, morals and personalities varied greatly. (COMIC: Who's Who?, PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation, The Blue Angel, COMIC: The Glorious Dead, AUDIO: Auld Mortality, Sympathy for the Devil, Full Fathom Five, Exile, Disassembled, Forever, The Library in the Body, False Negative) Conversely, a race of alternate universe Cybermen remained ignorant of the Time Lords despite occupying a number of realities. (AUDIO: Master of Worlds)
- Rose tells Clive that "some days are worth getting your heart broken for". She was once told a very similar thing herself by Sarah Jane Smith. (TV: School Reunion)
- ↑ not credited in the spoken credits