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Sunday • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday • Saturday
You may be looking for the planet.

Wednesday was a day of the week.

Cultural references[]

The Nineteenth Wednesday of the Year was a tradition celebrated by academics on the Braxiatel Collection. (PROSE: Fluid Prejudice)

When the Tenth Doctor took her to New Earth but accidentally landed in the undercity, Martha Jones exclaimed that it looked more like her Earth on a Wednesday afternoon than an alien planet. (TV: Gridlock)

Ace thought that Kirith looked like a wet Wednesday in Margate. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse)


Beginning in the 1980s, the Wednesday GirlsJackie Tyler, Odessa Smith, Sarah, Suzie and Bev — met every Wednesday night for wine and chips. (PROSE: Rose)

After having her phone upgraded by the Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler called Jackie Tyler in the 21st century from the year 5,000,000,000 and asked what day it was, to which she replied "Wednesday, all day" before asking if she had a hangover. (TV: The End of the World)

Sylvia Noble had her own "Wednesday girls", too, including herself and Suzette Chambers. (TV: Partners in Crime)

Clara Oswald would travel with the Eleventh Doctor on Wednesdays; when Clara told him she'd see him next Wednesday, he replied that it might very well be "last Wednesday" instead. (TV: Nightmare in Silver)

Behind the scenes[]

Issues of Doctor Who: Battles in Time were released every second Wednesday from 20 September 2006 until 11 May 2009.

Wednesdays are known to be the day that new American comic book issues are released, as do issues of Titan Comics' Doctor Who titles and, previously, IDW Publishing's run. Free Comic Book Day specials are not released on Wednesdays however.