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The Crimes of Thomas Brewster
The Crimes of Thomas Brewser cover
Doctor: Sixth Doctor
Companion(s): Evelyn
Featuring: Brewster, Flip, Menzies
Main setting: London, 2010
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Jonathan Morris
Director: Nicholas Briggs
Post production: Howard Carter
Cover by: Anthony Lamb
Release details
Release number: 143
Release date: January 2011
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: 7C/NA
ISBN 978-1-84435-543-3
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The Crimes of Thomas Brewster was the one hundred and forty-third monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions. Released in 2011, it was the first in a series of three Sixth Doctor audio stories from Big Finish released during that year.

It was notable for featuring the third appearance of DI Patricia Menzies, for featuring the first appearance of the Doctor's future companion Flip Jackson, for turning the Fifth Doctor's former companion Thomas Brewster into a companion of the Sixth Doctor and for retconning Evelyn Smythe's personal timeline to include a time where she shared the TARDIS with another companion.

Publisher's summary Edit

Sent down south to assist the Metropolitan Police in their efforts to investigate the gangland kingpin known only as "the Doctor", Detective-Inspector Patricia Menzies finds herself up to her neck in laser-armed robot mosquitoes, gun-running criminal overlords, vanishing Tube trains... and not one, but two Doctors.

Meanwhile the real Doctor, and his academic assistant Professor Evelyn Smythe, have become ensnared in the machinations of an old acquaintance — time-travelling Victorian guttersnipe Thomas Brewster. But what's Brewster's connection to the rapacious robot Terravores? And can anyone contain the gathering swarm?

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit

Cultural references from the real world Edit

The Doctor Edit

  • While being interviewed by Menzies, Evelyn tells her that the Doctor's name is "Dr John Smith."
  • As the Doctor asks the Terravore to tell him about themselves, they ask who he is. He states he is the Doctor's Companion and its "kind of my job to ask stupid questions".

Fashion and clothing Edit

  • The Doctor's coat is destroyed in the explosion of the Terravore. He tells Evelyn that he has twelve other identical coats in the TARDIS wardrobe.

Individuals Edit

  • Menzies asks Evelyn what has become of Charley Pollard.
  • Menzies was recently seconded from the Greater Manchester Police to the Metropolitan Police Service due to her experience with mysterious individuals calling themselves "the Doctor."
  • When Evelyn attempts to test Brewster's claim that he is the Doctor, she mentions the Daleks.
  • Brewster tells the Doctor that his girlfriend Connie Winter was hit by a car and left in an irreversible coma.

Planets Edit

Species Edit

  • The Locus tells the Doctor that all life on Symbios exist in symbiosis, hence the name of the planet.
  • A future incarnation of the Doctor saved Symbios from the Drahvins at a considerably earlier point in the planet's history.

Technology Edit

Theories and concepts Edit

  • The Doctor tells Menzies that, due to the Blinovitch Limitation Effect, he experiences a prickling sensation on the back of his hand when one of his past or future incarnations is in the vicinity.

Transport technology Edit

Vehicles Edit

  • The Doctor claims to know how to drive a speedboat, though his efforts are less than successful.

Notes Edit

Continuity Edit

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