On the reality shows theme and borrowing the great suggestion of a 'Bake Off' story from the other thread...
Sixie finds himself trapped in a lethal version of Bake Off organised by the Kandyman, but he wins with a showstopper cake called 'Death by Chocolate', devised by Evelyn and linked to the TARDIS dimensional controls...
which sucks in the Kandyman and uses him as an ingredient!
'Sweet success! And he can't say we didn't warn him about the cake!'
'Doctor, if there's one thing I learned from all those students, the more obvious you make something, the less likely they are to take it in.'
'In this case, it took him in!'
'Yes, it did rather. Chocolate cake?'
'If it's all the same to you, Evelyn, I think I'll pass, just this once...'
Silly, but in the best possible way -- something for Shada.
There's a moment in the story where, basically through an accident, Chronotis is revived from the dead as his TARDIS is set into motion. The webcast/audio version doesn't really qualify how this is possible, only that it has something to do with the fact that his timeship is an ancient model rescued almost literally from the scrapheap. Something with even fewer safety measures than the Doctor's vessel.
Given that the symbiotic link between pilot and Ship means that a few elements of both are shared across from one to the other, traits being inherited by osmosis... I have to wonder if his TARDIS picked up the Professor's absentmindedness. Busy setting off for its journey, it forgot its pilot was dead and because it had occurred within its own superstructure it set him to what it considered to be a "factory default".
"Courage isn't a matter of not being frightened you know; It's being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway."
The existence of the Valeyard is a fixed point in time. In some form of another, he must always exist. Whether it is as a shade, a possible future incarnation or a duplicate brought on by a teleportation accident he is inevitable. In many ways, the Doctor’s numerous attempts to prevent the Valeyard fully manifesting is a futile one although neither he or the Valeyard are aware of that fact.
I tend to follow the head canon that Paul Magrs suggested that Panda was actually Steven’s toy Panda Hi-Fi and who left the TARDIS sometime after the events of The War Games where he met up with Iris Wildthyme.
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