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|A Simple Explanation by Okami [Reviews - 7] |
How is cricket played anyway? The Doctor tries to clarify. Wherein is contained the world's longest sentence.
Fifth Doctor - All Ages - None - General, Humor
Characters: Peri Brown, The Doctor (5th)
Published: 2005.12.13 - Updated: 2005.12.13 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 745
|Breaking The Lock by Okami [Reviews - 3] |
Between the Doctor and his only hope for survival stands a single complex lock. Will he be able to open it, and what is it exactly he's trying to get to?
Sixth Doctor - All Ages - None - General, Humor
Characters: Mel Bush, The Doctor (6th)
Published: 2006.01.02 - Updated: 2006.01.02 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 319
|Hippoptamus Hypothalamus by Okami [Reviews - 4] |
The Doctor invents his own parody of "I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas". There's quite a few science-jokes in here, but nothing particularly involved.
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - None - Humor, Satire
Characters: K-9, Romana I, The Doctor (4th)
Published: 2005.12.25 - Updated: 2005.12.25 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 630
|Life After Death by Okami [Reviews - 10] |
A series of short fics, all occuring in the Afterlife Hotel. This is where fictional characters go when they die, and this is the Doctor Who wing. Everyone is here. No exceptions. Just what I think the characters would get up to now that they don't have universes to save/conquor depending on which character it is.
Multi-Era - All Ages - None - None
Published: 2006.02.04 - Updated: 2006.06.23 - Chapters: 5 - Completed: No - Word Count: 3629
|Tea With A Good Friend by Okami [Reviews - 5] |
Tegan is homesick and sick of it all. The Doctor shows a bit of his intellectual side when he serves her far-reaching, philosophical comfort in a teacup.
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - None - Character, Study, Hurt/Comfort, Introspection
Characters: Tegan Jovanka, The Doctor (4th)
Published: 2006.05.23 - Updated: 2006.05.23 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 1407