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A Perfect World (audio story)

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A Perfect World
Doctor: Fifth Doctor
Companion(s): Nyssa, Thomas Brewster
Main setting: London, 2008
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Jonathan Morris
Director: Barnaby Edwards
Post production: Simon Robinson
Release details
Release number: 113b
Release date: September 2008
Format: 1 Episode on 1 CD
Production code: 6C/M
ISBN 978-1-84435-322-4
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A Perfect World was the final story in the short series of stories featuring the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Thomas Brewster. Brewster returned in the 2011 story The Crimes of Thomas Brewster alongside the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn Smythe.

Publisher's summary Edit

Who wouldn't want a perfect world? Thomas Brewster for one.

Plot Edit

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Conflicts Edit

  • Connie mentions the Iraq War, referring to it as "a war which shouldn't have happened."

History Edit

  • Brewster is amazed by how clean the air is in 2008 when compared to 1867.

Individuals Edit

  • Taz is Connie's unemployed flatmate, whom Connie describes as being built like a "brick privy." In the alternative timeline, she refers to herself by her full name of Tasmin and works as a management consultant, having spent three years at university.
  • Connie's boyfriend Richie dumps her over the answering machine. In the alternative timeline, he refers to himself as Richard and had proposed to Connie the previous night.
  • Brewster first met Connie on a brief trip to London in 2008 while the TARDIS was in his possession.
  • When she first meets the Doctor, Connie assumes that he is going to a fancy dress party dressed as Bertie Wooster, referring to the "idle rich" English gentleman from P. G. Wodehouse's Jeeves novels.
  • Phil and Trev are existential plumbers who created the perfect alternative timeline per Connie's request using an existential waveform matriculation spanner. They subsequently reverse the process.

Locations Edit

  • The Doctor left strict instructions to his solicitor that his house, 107 Baker Street, was not to be sold or let, and it has thus lain undisturbed since 1867. The inside of the house is covered in cobwebs and much of the furniture has rotted due to woodworm.

Music Edit

Politics Edit

  • The Health Minister resigned due to the spread of hospital-based infections. In the alternative timeline, he announces that such infections had been completely eradicated in Britain.
  • In the alternative timeline, a peace treaty has been signed in Palestine, inflation has fallen and Pakistan has avoided widespread flooding.

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