|The Doctor's cot|
|Used by:||First Doctor, Ganger Melody Pond|
|First seen in:||A Good Man Goes to War|
|Appearances:||TV: A Good Man Goes to War|
GAME: The Gunpowder Plot
TV: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
The Doctor's cot was the cot in which the First Doctor slept during infancy. It had writing in Gallifreyan carved into the sides, the meaning of which was never made clear. He still had it stored within the TARDIS during his eleventh incarnation, indicating he was sentimental about it.
He put the Ganger-infant of Melody Pond in it to rest after he had rescued her on Demon's Run. Upon seeing the cot, Amy Pond pointed out "the Doctor's first stars" hanging above the cot. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
Behind the scenes Edit
- It is unknown if the Doctor had a child of his own use the cot. However, Alex Kingston raised the question in River Song Confidential: A Good Man Goes to War about "how many babies have really been in that cot?"