Therefore, its known narrative elements are not a part of the Doctor Who universe as we, on this Wiki, choose to define it. It may have been the basis for a similar story in another medium, however — and that story may indeed be valid.
- You may be looking for a 10th Doctor comic story of the same name.
Dr Who?, also called The Time of My Life, was a script written by Robert deLaurentis for a reboot of Doctor Who. It was intended to be a less "serious and cerebral" take on a reboot than the Leekley Bible. The first draft was delivered in December 1994 and pitched by Philip Segal to Fox Television Network in early January 1995.
It incorporated several ideas from prior scripts, such as the general plot and characters of Fathers and Brothers. However, deLaurentis scrapped the Spider Daleks and focus on Skaro, instead featuring the Daleks as having humanoid exoskeletons inspired by The Terminator. (REF: The Nth Doctor)
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Continuity with produced stories
- On Jean-Marc Lofficier's insistence to fit into canon, later drafts of the script renamed the Doctor's grandfather from "Borusa" to "Pandak". (DWMSE 5)
- This version of the Doctor's father, Dr. "John Smith", was later used by Kate Orman and Jon Blum in their BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures novel Unnatural History. Appearing under the pseudonym "Daniel Joyce", the character has an obscured concentration camp tattoo and mentions he was fired from Berkeley for building a bomb during an anti-nuclear demonstration, with the Eighth Doctor already being familiar with these events. His wife Anne is mentioned several times, along with his daughter (the Doctor's half-sister). DeLaurentis was thanked in the acknowledgments of the book.
- A segment in The Infinity Doctors has the Infinity Doctor simultaneously remember his contradictory backstories from all iterations of the Philip Segal revival, referencing the deLaurentis script with the line, " He knew his father’s name, at least: his father’s name wasn’t Ulysses, and he was a professor at Berkeley."