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The Fourth Doctor once claimed that he had hid up a tree and dropped apples on Isaac Newton's head. (TV: The Pirate Planet) Newton remained upset about that, as his nose bled for three days afterward. (AUDIO: Summer)
In the 12th century, while in the company of Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest, the Twelfth Doctor ate an apple and conducted a scan on it with his sonic screwdriver, unconvinced about the reality of his surroundings. (TV: Robot of Sherwood)
Following his regeneration, the Tenth Doctor found an apple in Howard's dressing gown, which Jackie had provided him with. Jackie claimed that this was because Howard "sometimes" got hungry in his sleep. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)
Following his tenth regeneration, the Eleventh Doctor thought he wanted an apple but didn't like it. Amelia Pond disliked apples when she was young, until her mother began carving happy faces into them. She gave an apple with a carved happy face on it to the Doctor, who promised to keep it for later. After travelling forward twelve years, the Doctor proved his identity to now-grown Amy Pond by showing her the same apple, still fresh. (TV: The Eleventh Hour) He later enjoyed an apple he found on a prison ship. (TV: The God Complex)
Circa 2164, David Campbell recovered a box of apples from a deserted store in London and brought the box back to the resistance HQ. Barbara Wright and Susan Foreman later ate some of the apples. (TV: The Dalek Invasion of Earth)
In 2025, apples were genetically modified to taste like other things to get children to eat them. Rose Tyler, while visiting a storybook-based theme park, took a bite of one that tasted like cheeseburger, only to spit it out in disgust. (COMIC: Down the Rabbit Hole)
Further in the future, apple trees were extinct. In Hope on Endpoint, the Eighth Doctor paid for admittance to the Silver Palace with an apple core from his pockets; this enabled Silver to clone it and grow apple trees hydroponically. (PROSE: Hope)