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Doctor Who Drabble: Incongruous

Title: Incongruous
Author: badly_knitted
Characters: PC Andy Davidson, Eleventh Doctor.
Rating: G
Written For: Challenge 215: Red / Blue at dw100.
Spoilers: Nada.
Summary: PC Andy Davidson comes across something odd while on patrol.
Disclaimer: I don’t own Doctor Who, or the characters.

The blue police box was an incongruous sight, something that had once been familiar but had long since fallen out of use.

Where this one had come from was anybody’s guess. Andy Davidson was sure it hadn’t been here earlier; he’d have noticed. Perhaps it was a prop for a TV show, or possibly a hoax, or a student prank.

The door opened and a dishevelled head poked out. “Hello there! What year is this?”

“Um, 2005.”

“Oh bother, I’m early.” The head vanished and with a grinding sound, the blue box faded out.

Andy shrugged. He’d seen stranger things.

The End


I will take this as canon.:)

Edited at 2018-04-04 11:12 am (UTC)
*grins* I just have a vision of the Doctor forever turning up in Cardiff at the wrong time because the TARDIS likes going there ;)

Thank you!

I bet it is in part to the TARDIS needing the riff to power up when she runs low on fuel.
Wouldn't surprise me at all!

And not because the Doctor has an English accent in this instance.*scraping the barrel*
All Doctors have a British accent, and it's mostly English. I think Peter Capaldi is the only exception with his Scottish accent. I'd live a Welsh Doctor =D

I think the seventh Doctor had a Scottish accent but it wasn't as thick as the Twelfth Doctor's one.

If it wasn't for Rose, the Tenth Doctor could have had David Tenant's real life accent.

A Welsh Doctor would be nice.:)
Sylvester McCoy? I think you might b right, haven't heard him speak in a long time, lol!

I like David's natural accent, but a Welsh or an Irish accent would be cool.

I was a little kid back and didn't grasp the whole concept of the old series. I thought the Seventh Doctors death in the American movie was pretty abrupt.

The chances of a Doctor having a different accent from the one before is getting pretty slim. How many more regenerations are left?:(

I love an Irish accent too. I'm not really picky over those kinds of things.:)
I guess it had to be in the movie. There wasn't a lot of time to play around before the switchover.

The Doctor has unlimited regenerations now, courtesy of the other Time Lords though. Didn't that happen at the end of Eleven's reign? I know a lot of fans weren't happy about it, but I was pleased because it means the show goes on.

Some British accents I don't like. There was an Irish student when I worked at the university who had the most delicious voice imaginable =D
It was just so violent but what else is instant besides gun shot wound?

I tend to forget those minor details. Good to go back and rewatch though. I don't mind the reset on regenerations either. We can still hope for a ginger Doctor!

Wow, you really got a thing for Irish lads eh?.:D

I could listen to David Tennant reading the S or R section of a dictionary myself.:)

Edited at 2018-04-09 11:37 am (UTC)
Yeah, gunshot in the right place is quick all right.

Me too, I'm very forgetful. That's why I like re-watching things.

It didn't hurt that this student was also gorgeous. Half the library staff (the female staff) had a crush on him. We all talked about is 'come to bed' voice. I was only 16 or 17 at the time, he would've been a few yr=ears older.
I just remember that the shot wasn't fatal. It was when Grace was operating on the Seventh Doctor, mistaking him as human is what killed him.

And then Eight Doctor kisses her?

Okay, sure.:)

Good shows deserve a rewatch and missed episodes are considered a "flashback" in my book.

He sounds heavenly. I wish I could have met him.;)

Edited at 2018-04-10 11:20 am (UTC)
LOL I love that hes like "Oh well.." an not "WAAAAH?"

Love Andy

great drabble
Andy isn't one to overreact to weirdness!

Thank you!