Tardis

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Tardis
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Tardis
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The second untitled comic strip in Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett's The Doctor Who Fun Book did not take place in the Doctor Who universe, instead featuring a fictionalised version of actress Louise Jameson, one for whom the role of Leela had apparently gotten to her head.

Summary[]

Two ordinary men on a train are put-off, though nowhere near as panicked as one might expect, by the spectacle of Louise Jameson having gotten much too much into character, resulting in her slaughtering her traveling companions with a knife.

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  • Jameson is known as an actor to the two sitting passengers.
  • One of the passengers is reading The Sun.
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