Deadpool 2 is scheduled to be released on June 1, 2018.

Deadpool 2 is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It is intended to be the twelfth installment in the X-Men film series, and a sequel to the 2016 film Deadpool. The film is being directed by David Leitch from a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, with Ryan Reynolds starring in the title role alongside Morena Baccarin, T. J. Miller, Leslie Uggams, Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapičić, Zazie Beetz, Josh Brolin, and Jack Kesy.Image result

 

 

 

 

  • Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson / Deadpool:File:Ohitsme--Deadpool HD.jpgWade Wilson’s early life is mostly unknown. His mother died of cancer while he was young and his father (who was in the military) was physically abusive. Wade was a deliquent in his teenage years, possibly to spite his father. However one night while drinking with his friends his father attempt to take him out of the club one of his friends stole Wade’s Fathers handgun and killed him. Following a brief stint of military service, Wade began his mercenary career while still in his late teens. Accepting assassination jobs only against those whom he felt deserved death, he made a habit of using plastic surgery and technology to take on a new identity whenever he failed an assignment. Many years later Deadpool’s nemesis T-Ray accused Deadpool of killing his wife and stealing his identity after a failed mission, but Deadpool’s restored memories revealed this to be a lie; in T-Ray’s account Wade was wearing his Deadpool costume, which he didn’t have in till after he joined Weapon X.
  • Morena Baccarin as Vanessa: Copycat Vanessa Carlysle.jpgAn escort and Wilson’s fiancée.As a young mutant shape-shifter, Vanessa Carlysle fell into a life of prostitution in Boston where she met and fell in love with a mercenary named Wade Wilson. Carlysle was soon saved from Wilson’s vengeful employers by Zoe Culloden, a time-traveling agent of Landau, Luckman & Lake who had journeyed into the past to prevent Wilson’s eventual self-destruction. That night, Wilson broke up with Carlysle after learning he had cancer, leaving her heartbroken. Carlysle became a mercenary herself, eventually employed by arms dealer Tolliver.

Powers and abilities

Copycat is such a powerful and precise metamorph that she can duplicate another being down to the cellular level. Because of this she is able to replicate superhuman powers, abilities, and even mental imprints so closely that telepaths have trouble identifying her. Copycat simply requires knowledge to duplicate someone’s appearance, but needs physical contact to duplicate anything else. She is also capable of turning into animals, finding these forms easier to maintain than human shape.Weapon X modified her powers by accelerating the rate at which she could duplicate others. However, as a side effect of this enhancement, Copycat began to lose her memory and was unable to hold any solid form for long periods of time.

  • T. J. Miller as Weasel: Image resultWilson’s best friend, the owner of a bar frequented by mercenariesWeasel was once a bright young lad attending Empire State University, where he was a classmate of Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy. Weasel, then known by his birth name of Jack Hammer, was competing with Parker for a prestigious job under the wing of Norman Osborn and held an enormous crush on Stacy, Parker’s future girlfriend. Deadpool accidentally teleported into the past during a fight with the Great Lakes Avengers. In the past, he found Jack Hammer whose future he was well aware of. Disguised as Peter Parker, Deadpool related to Norman Osborn false information about Jack Hammer being a drug user. His employment opportunity thus ruined, Hammer was manipulated by the disguised Deadpool into fixing his teleportation belt. With the gadget fixed, Deadpool returns to the future, leaving a depressed and drunken young Hammer with a new career option: crime.
  • Leslie Uggams as Blind Al: Image resultAn elderly blind woman and Deadpool’s roommate.Al is a skinny old woman who, as her name suggests, is blind. Her origin is never explicitly elaborated. It is eventually revealed that she was somehow involved with British intelligence, although in what capacity is unknown. She was already blind by this point and had been most of her life. Wade Wilson, the mercenary who would eventually become Deadpool, was hired to kill her in Zaire, where she was stationed. What actually occurred is unknown, but apparently Wilson killed everyone around except her, allowing her to flee. Years later, after he had gotten cancer, received a healing factor from Weapon X, gone insane, and become Deadpool, Wilson met up with Al again and captured her.
  • Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead:A teenage X-Men trainee with the mutant power to detonate atomic bursts from her body.
  • Stefan Kapičić as the voice of Colossus: An X-Man with the mutant ability to transform his entire body into organic steel.A Russian mutant, he is a member of the X-Men. Colossus is able to transform himself into metallic form, making him the physically strongest of the team. Even when his powers are not engaged, he is still a physically imposing figure of 6 ft 7 in (200 cm). He is portrayed as quiet, honest and virtuous. He has had a fairly consistent presence in X-Men-related comic books since his debut. A talented artist, he only reluctantly agrees to use his powers in combat, feeling it is his responsibility to use his abilities for the betterment of human- and mutant-kind.
  • Domino Uncanny X-Men Annual Vol 4 1.pngZazie Beetz as Neena Thurman / Domino:The woman who would become known as Domino is actually the result of a top-secret government breeding program intended to develop the perfect weapon. Domino was the only test subject to survive, but her “luck” power was deemed a failure at meeting the project’s goals. Her biological mother broke her out of the project and left her with Father Rudolpho Boschelli in the Church of the Sacred Heart in Chicago.Domino eventually left the Church and became a mercenary. One of her first jobs was to stop “Operation: Jericho,” which was a remote-controlled warbot project. Domino wrecked the robot, but in the process fried the mind of the soldier controlling it. She was then assigned to guard the genius Dr. Milo Thurman, whose analytical ability made him too dangerous for the government to let roam free. Somehow, Domino and Thurman fell in love and were married.
  • Josh Brolin as Nathan Summers / Cable: Nathan Christopher Charles Summers’ destiny was planned before his parents even met. Geneticist Mr. Sinister found that a union between the X-MenScott Summers (Cyclops) and Jean Grey (Marvel Girl) would produce a powerful genetically superior mutant. Sinister hoped he could control such a mutant and use it to defeat his immortal adversary Apocalypse.Around this time Jean’s form and consciousness was replaced by the reckless cosmic Phoenix Force while she healed from radiation poison in a cocoon at the bottom of Jamaica Bay. Sinister created a clone of Jean and named her Madelyne Pryor. Sinister’s plan was to produce the child he needed from the union of Madelyne and Scott. Sinister considered his clone a failure until a spark from the Phoenix Force granted Madelyne a life force and some of Jean’s memories. Sinister crafted a false background for her and arranged for her to meet Scott as a pilot for Scott’s grandparents.Scott was instantly drawn to Madelyne because she strongly resembled his true love, Jean. They quickly married. Madelyne later became pregnant and had a son who she named Nathan Christopher Charles Summers—”Nathan” from an implanted suggestion by Mister Sinister in Madelyne, “Christopher” from Scott’s father, and “Charles” from Scott’s father-figure. 

 

Powers

Cable is an Alpha-mutant,later identified as an Omega-Level Mutant by the Red Skull.A vastly powerful telepath(he once claimed, before his powers burned out, that he was the world’s most powerful telepath) and an Omega Level Telekinetic.

As an infant Cable was infected with the Techno-Organic Virus and, for the majority of his life, had to consciously keep the virus in check so that it did not consume more of his organic flesh.

A future Rachel Summers spoke of him in a vision that at his peak he would be a psionic of The Highest Order. In the rare instances when he was not preoccupied with staving off his T.O. infection Nathan shown powerful abilities

When Cable was de-aged in the House of M event, he had regained his powers along with new powers and abilities but as he re-aged he began losing the majority of his powers shortly after purging Deadpool of certain malignancies.

Recently, his body was completely healed from the virus by Hope Summers, he has demonstrated Telepathy since this has happened, it is unknown to what extent or even if any others re-emerge. His telepathy was made to evolve by Blaquesmith and Stryfe (Hope Summers), using a Deathlok to grant him Precognition.That process was slowly killing him, as this new evolution caused a tumor to form in his mind that was steadily eating away at his psyche and physicality all to allow him far sight of potential disasters before they came to pass. Nowadays it is only powerful enough to permit him a couple minutes to a few seconds insight due to his powers weakening again.

Thanks to his endevours to stop a tragedy and the eventual curing of a mental time cancer he contracted with Wade’s help, Cable’s psychic powers were once again restored.

Telepathy: Ability read minds and project the thoughts of others.

  • Telepathic Illusion: Ability to create realistic telepathic illusions and cause people to experience events which are not actually occurring.
  • Telepathic Cloak: Can mask his presence from being detected by others. Can extend these defenses to others around him as well. Cable’s abilities can, at times, go undetected or be counteracted by other more powerful telepaths, depending on their level of skill in using their own psi abilities.
  • Mind Link: Ability to develop a mental link with any person, which remains as a connection to that individual.
  • Telepathic Camouflage: Ability to mask himself and other people’s presence from those around him. Can telepathically disguise himself, making his appearance to those around his quite different (changing the appearance of clothing, as well as more involved disguising).
  • Mind Control: Ability to control the minds and even voluntary and involuntary bodily functions of sentient beings (such as other humans).
  • Mind Trap: Ability to take another person’s mind from their body and effectively trapping that mind within his own.
  • Mind Possession: Ability to possess the mind of another, and use that beings body as your own.
  • Mind Alteration: Ability to alter the minds of others by force of will.
  • Mental Amnesia: Ability to cause loss of particular memories and amnesia in another person or even in a group of people.
  • Precognition: The ability to foresee events before they have even come to pass.
  • Psionic Shield: Ability to erect a psychic shield for protection of himself and of others minds. Cable has proven very difficulty to psychically assail, as he is very well skilled in shielding his own mind from mental-attacks (such as attempts to read, control or harm his own mind), and has been sufficient to protect himself from other psychics. His power was strong enough to break Onslaught’s control over Hulk.
  • Psionic Blasts: Can project psionic force bolts which have no physical effects but which can affect a victim’s mind, so as to cause the victim pain or unconsciousness and can even kill an adversary.
  • Astral Projection: Ability to astral travel and communicate with others astrally through his own will or through contact with the thoughts and memories of others. In the Astral Plane, he can use his powers to create “ectoplasmic” objects. Cable has a mastery of astral projection, and is able to remain on his own plane of existence or to traverse into any of the so-called “Astral Planes”.
  • Mental Detection: Can sense the presence of another superhuman mutant within a large, but as yet undefined radius of himself, by perceiving the distinctive mental radiations emitted by such a being. At his peak, Nathan is strong enough to sense a stray thought a continent away.

Telekinesis: Cable possesses high-level telekinesis enabling him to manipulate matter with the energy of his thoughts. Capable of very fine control over objects, including himself. On larger levels, Cable can levitate great weights, but his upper limit has remained undisclosed. At his peak, Nathan could displace hundreds of tons of matter as he did when lifting and repositioning the sunken space station Greymalkin.

  • Intuitive Aptitude: Can disassemble complex devices explosively (separating every last component, such as screws, nuts, circuit boards, etc.) and, just as quickly, easily assemble complex devices. This also has enabled him to even attain awareness and control over objects as small as individual electrons in an atom. For instance, Cable could detect if a seal was hermetic, or not, by checking for the presence of penetrating oxygen molecules. Can even detect and discern individual oxygen molecules, and determine the atomic weight of molecules, by the amount of atoms present.
  • Matter Alteration: Ability to alter molecular and subatomic structures, both in his own techno-organic components (though this may be a function of telekinesis, as opposed to a discreet superhuman power), and the very chemical valences in objects i.e. changing food into poison, moving oxygen molecules to cause asphyxiation, transforming a man into a hideous man-bat or even changing the dermal layer of another’s hands into glowing algae.
    • Inorganic Disintegration: Several times Cable has show cased the ability to disintegrate objects by dissolving their atomic and molecular bonds.
  • Psionic Spikes: Ability to create destructive psionic spikes that destroy the physical objects that the spikes come into contact with.
  • Size Alteration: Has used his telekinesis to alter his physical stature to that of a towing giant, similarly to Apocalypse.
  • Telekinetic Healing: At the peak of his power as Soldier X, Nathan has showcased vast biological capabilities. Such as regenerating himself and/or healing others of malignancies or bodily damage at an accelerated rate. Like after getting shot in the head twice as well as healing his body after getting cut through by semi-automatic gunfire.
  • Force Fields: Ability to create protective force shields that could deflect even the most powerful of attacks (even filter bacteria from the air). The upper limits of this ability remain unknown, but it is believed that he could probably protect himself from harm at the ground zero detonation of a 1 kiloton nuclear warhead (4.18 terajoules of energy from the heat, concussion and radiation effects). Cable has also displayed such control over the fields as to shape them precisely, even to conform very closely to his body’s form. There does not appear to be any correlation between field strength and the thickness of the telekinetic fields.
  • Concussive Blasts: Can project telekinetic energies as powerful blast beams directed from his brain that could apparently affect matter with concussive force.
  • Tactile Telekinesis: Cable can use his telekinesis to enhance his already impressive physical practices to superhuman levels, enough to force a reversion of the hulk to one of his many personas with one blow.
  • Telekinetic Flight: By levitating himself, he can “fly” for very long distances and at varying speeds.
  • Telekinetic Teleportation: While uninhibited by the T.O. infection Cable shows the ability to warp himself from place to place even without his “bodysliding” technology.
    • Remote Teleportation: So proficient in its use Nathan can warp people away remotely from anywhere across the world.

Time Travel: Been hinted to have the psionic power to displace himself and others at almost any specific point in the time-stream and then reemerging in the physical world from as much as a few minutes to years by generating chronal energies. Could apparently travel in astral form as well. Cable used the ability once with assistance and may no longer be capable of doing so.

Techno-Organic Physiology: Much of Cable’s body has been infiltrated and altered by the techno-organic virus, which has taken the form of cybernetics and bionics, meaning he is a cyborg. The primary infection resides in Cable’s left side. As a consequence of his telekinetic guidance and his ability to control his own physical substance, Cable’s entire body has been heavily fortified, down to the cellular level, rendering superhuman strength to an unknown degree, as well as a superhuman level of resistance to physical harm. While he was injured in combat with the Hulk, the injuries were not nearly as severe as they should have been, especially in light of the fact that he was suffering from the effects of his techno-organic virus getting out of control. His entire skeletal structure has been replaced by porous, marrow-filled organic metalloid bone replacements that do not interfere with the creation of erythrocytes (red blood cells).

His entire CNS (Central Nervous System) has been augmented by chemical changes down to the atomic level and by bio-computer enhancement, rendering his reaction time far above what is possible for a human being.

While initially purged of his T.O infection which crippled his mutant abilities, he has recently been remade into a fully Techno-Organic being once again.

  • Superhuman Endurance: Cable possesses superhuman physical endurance, just as he does superhuman levels of mental endurance. He is capable of exerting himself at peak levels (fighting full-out, sprinting, etc.) for several hours, before fatigue begins to visibly impair his performance. He is also capable of going extended periods of time without sleep, being fully capable of fully resting with not much over an hour of sleep. However, whenever both possible and feasible, Cable still chooses to sleep for hours at a time (approximately 6 – 8), in order to dream. This high endurance has had other effects on his body, making even his soft tissues extremely durable, and more than up to the task of rendering him virtually immune to conventional firearms and conventional firearm munitions.
  • Superhuman Speed: In spite of his great size and impressive build, Cable is literally fast enough to evade high-powered bullets in-flight (after they have been fired), and even has the ability to visually track rounds after they have been fired (though they are not easy to see, except through his cybernetic eye). This great speed is also visible in superhuman levels of dexterity and agility, including manual and pedal dexterity.
  • Superhuman Agility
  • Superhuman Dexterity
  • Cybernetic Eye: This eye permits Cable to see deep into the EM (Electro-Magnetic) spectrum, and far deeper than any known 20th – 21st century technologies are capable of. It is also possible that through this eye, Cable is able to see the deployment of psionic energies, as well as the less exotic spectra of electromagnetic energies.
  • Cybernetic Arm: His left arm is completely mechanical, and while Cable is ambidextrous, is his stronger arm, probably capable of allowing him to curl and dead-lift several tons, without assistance from his right arm. His right arm is also cybernetic, but far less so.
  • Cybernetic Restoration: Through a combination of his telekinetic abilities, and his ability to rearrange the atomic structures of matter (including his own techno-organic matter), Cable is able to rapidly repair any damaged components within his body. However, if there is widespread damage, this may not be possible, as he may be unable to muster the energy to affect these repairs. When he was attacked by Magneto, and virtually every component in the left side of his body was damaged or destroyed, Cable was left unable to repair enough systems to save his own life, and required outside assistance. It is through these abilities that the physical appearance of his cybernetic components has changed, over the passage of time, as well. At times, they have been articulated, smooth artificial limbs, while at others they have been observed to grow razor-sharp blades on command, as well as retract them. Cable is also able to rapidly redesign and improve his cybernetic and bionic components, thus. On-the-spot improvisations has allowed him to create a variety of microcomputers in his totally mechanized left arm that do such things as allow him to physically interface with exterior computers, up-link/download to computers he has hidden across the world and in space (such as those he had on Graymalkin), and even permit cellular communications and high-speed, broadband, wireless Internet access.
Jack Kesy as Black Tom CassidyBlacktom.PNGBlack Tom is a mutant who can manipulate, bond with, and project energy through plant life. He is also capable of issuing concussive blasts with a wooden object, usually a shillelagh. Tom was the black sheep of a prominent Irish family. He secretly raised Banshee’s daughter Siryn, of whose existence Banshee was unaware, and conscripted her into his criminal gang. Black Tom was also a longtime criminal partner of the super-strong villain Juggernaut, until Juggernaut’s reformation.

Information-silk Relatives

Christopher Summers (Corsair) (paternal grandfather);
Katherine Summers(paternal grandmother, deceased);
John Grey (maternal step-grandfather, deceased);
Elaine Grey (maternal step-grandmother, deceased);
Scott Summers (Cyclops) (father);
Madelyn Pryor-Summers (Red Queen)(mother/step-mother’s clone);
Jean Grey-Summers (Phoenix) (step-mother/mother by proxy, deceased);
Alexander Summers (Havok) (paternal uncle);
Gabriel Summers (Vulcan) (paternal uncle, deceased);
Cal’syee Neramani (Deathbird) (paternal aunt);
Aliya Dayspring (Jenskot) (1st wife, deceased);
Hope Summers (2nd wife, deceased);
Hope (former sister-in-law);
Tyler Dayspring (Genesis) (step-son, deceased);
Hope Summers(adoptive daughter)
Gailyn Bailey (maternal step-cousin, deceased)
Joseph Bailey (maternal step-cousin, deceased)
Adam Neramani (X-Treme) (alleged half-uncle)
Stryfe (clone, deceased);
Rachel Grey (Marvel Girl) (alternate reality paternal half-sister)
Rachel Summers (Mother Askani)(alternate reality paternal half-sister, deceased);
Nathaniel Grey (X-Man)(alternate reality counterpart/paternal half-brother)

 

 

How to help your Homeless in your area? And How to Make a Homeless Care Package?

 

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Basic Facts About Homelessness: New York City

 

New York City Homelessness: The Basic Facts

  • In recent years, homelessness in New York City has reached the highest levels since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
  • In June 2017, there were 60,717 homeless people, including 15,145 homeless families with 22,695 homeless children, sleeping each night in the New York City municipal shelter system. Families comprise just over three-quarters of the homeless shelter population.
  • Over the course of City fiscal year 2016, more than 127,652 different homeless men, women, and children slept in the New York City municipal shelter system. This includes over 45,000 different homeless New York City children.
  • In 2015, families entering shelter came from a few clustered zip codes in the poorest neighborhoods in New York City.
  • The number of homeless New Yorkers sleeping each night in municipal shelters is now 76 percent higher than it was ten years ago.
  • Research shows that the primary cause of homelessness, particularly among families, is lack of affordable housing. Surveys of homeless families have identified the following major immediate, triggering causes of homelessness: eviction; doubled-up or severely overcrowded housing; domestic violence; job loss; and hazardous housing conditions.
  • Research shows that, compared to homeless families, homeless single adults have much higher rates of serious mental illness, addiction disorders, and other severe health problems.
  • Each night thousands of unsheltered homeless people sleep on New York City streets, in the subway system, and in other public spaces. There is no accurate measurement of New York City’s unsheltered homeless population, and recent City surveys significantly underestimate the number of unsheltered homeless New Yorkers.
  • Studies show that the large majority of street homeless New Yorkers are people living with mental illness or other severe health problems.
  • African-American and Latino New Yorkers are disproportionately affected by homelessness. Approximately 58 percent of New York City homeless shelter residents are African-American, 31 percent are Latino, 7 percent are white, less than 1 percent are Asian-American, and 3 percent are of unknown race/ethnicity.

Homeless

by Pete Marshall

Water soaks through shredded news
That’s wrapped around a hungry heart
And as I walk in heelless shoes
I wonder forth around the park.

The nights are cold and days are long
My mind replay’s where I went wrong
And rain will soak and wash my tears
Where strength resolves to show no fear.
And last nights meal was found in bins
Of salad tossed in throw out things
And smokes are found upon the floor
The stubbed out tabs I barter for.
The children stare as mums walk past
A school runs joy a nervous laugh
That sees no soul as thoughts are cast
Their eyes look down and cross the path.

My callused hands and grubby nails
Grip plastic bags that hold my life
And heelless shoes pace endless trails
That tread beyond this bitter plight.

 

Who is Homeless?

Homelessness can happen to anyone. Homelessness does not define a person but is instead a temporary situation. Homeless Connections serves people of all races, genders, ages, ethnicities, and educational backgrounds. Some contributing factors to homelessness include chronic poverty, job loss and underemployment, a lack of affordable housing, mental illness, addiction, and domestic violence.

There is no single face or cause of homelessness, but people experiencing homelessness do have shared basic needs including affordable housing, suitable income, and health care. Some people experiencing homelessness may require additional services such as mental health or addiction treatment services to achieve self-sufficiency. All these needs must be met to prevent and end homelessness.

 

How many people are homeless in America 2016?

Menu. On a single night in January 2015, 564,708 people were experiencinghomelessness — meaning they were sleeping outside or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. In total, 33 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) reported decreases in overall homelessness, while 16 states reported increase

 

What is the average age of a homeless person?

The average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. More than 3.5 million people are homeless every night, and 1.35 million are children. More than 30 percent of homeless families have an open case for child abuse or neglect. Of the 31.1 million people living in poverty, more than 12 million are children.

 

Who are the homeless people?

Homelessness is the condition of people without a permanent dwelling, such as a house or apartment. People who are homeless are most often unable to acquire and maintain regular, safe, secure and adequate housing.

What are some programs that help the homeless?

Program Pages

  • Continuum of Care Program (CoC)
  • Emergency Solutions Grants Program (ESG)
  • Rural Housing Stability Assistance Program (RHSP)
  • Defense Base Closure and Realignment Program (BRAC)
  • HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program (HUD-VASH)
  • Title V Program – Federal Surplus Property for Use to Assist the Homeless

How to Make a Homeless Care Package

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What is a blessing bag?

A typical Care Kit consists of a watertight gallon-size zipper lock plastic bag filled with items like:

  • Water bottle.
  • Socks.
  • Tuna and crackers.
  • Granola Bar or cereal bar.
  • Fruit snack or applesauce cup.
  • Crackers with peanut butter or cheese.
  • Gift certificate to fast food.
  • Hand wipes.

How can we help the homeless?

Part 1 Things You Can Do

  1. Donate money. The easiest way to help the homeless is to donate your money. …
  2. Donate items. Donating your used or new items is another easy way to help. …
  3. Provide food. Everyone needs to eat and they need to eat every single day. …
  4. Create jobs. …
  5. Contact local help. …
  6. Call emergency services.

 

What should be in a personal hygiene kit?

Personal hygiene kit includes: 2 disposable washcloths, 1 razor, 1 comb, 1 short handle toothbrush, 9 individual clean wipes, 1 shampoo & body wash 2 oz, 1 antiperspirant/deodorant, 1 bar soap, 1 nail clipper, 1 toothpaste. Keep this hygiene kit in your emergency prepardeness supplies or bug out bag.

How do you survive being homeless?

Facial cleansing cloths, wet naps, and hand sanitizer can keep you clean without water. If given any at a restaurant, save them until needed. Use those wet naps on your armpits and groin if necessary, where bacteria flourish. Use a high SPF sunscreen to avoid the telltale sunburn that many homeless people have.

Homeless Survival Kit

these survival kits will include:

Shelter Kit
1 mylar emergency blanket
1 pair socks
1 watch cap
1 pair gloves
1 waterproof tarp
1 gallon zip-loc storage bag

Homeless Food Kit
1 plastic jar peanut butter
2 snack-pac puddings
2 ramen noodle packages-
1 plastic bottle gatoraid
1 Spork
1 gallon zip-loc storage bag

 

First Aid Kit
5 regular band-aids
2 2×2 gauze bandages
5 antibacterial wipes
1 lip balm
1 sheet moleskin
1 zip-loc storage bag

Hygiene Kit 
1 soap
1 shamphoo
1 tooth brush
1 toothpaste
1 toilet paper pack
1 stick deodorant
1 wash cloth
1 disposable razor
1 zip-loc storage bag

Tool Kit
1 p-38 can opener
10 feet paracord rope
1 flashlight
1 instruction pack
1 zip-loc storage bag

1 waterproof heavy duty trash bag for transport

Gallon Size Ziploc Bag – This is key for several reasons:

  • Helps to keep everything together & in one place so they can easily access the supplies in their bags/backpacks
  • Keeps the items from spilling/leaking onto their personal items in their bags
  • The bags can later be used for other storage options within their bags – storing toiletries, snacks, etc

Hand-Warmers – we put a couple packs in, especially during the winter, but even for those chilly evenings in the spring/summer/fall these would be very welcome. We buy a pack of 40 at Costco  for around $15 ($.38/pk) & then we have these on hand for blessing bags as well as camping, winter sports, etc.

Bag of Quarters – These are nice to include for washing clothes at the laundromat (we just put them in a snack-size Ziploc bag to keep them contained in a smaller area

Bottle of Water – Mini water bottles work great so they don’t take up too much space or if you can fit a regular size water bottle

Band-Aids – these are something that may often be needed but may not be something they would be able to spend money on or think about having.

Baby Wipes – a small pack of baby wipes would be a great one to include to help with feeling clean & fresh

Hand Sanitizer – another great option to help them feel cleaner

Wash Cloth – buy an inexpensive wash cloth to include

Toiletries:

  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste (travel size if you have a lot of items to put into your bag)
  • Floss
  • Soap (we bring home soaps from hotels if we don’t end up using all of them)
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo/conditioner (these are also great products to save from hotels if you don’t use them as they’re the perfect size for these bags)
  • Comb
  • Personal hygiene items if you’re making a kit for a woman (tampons, pantiliners, pads, etc)
  • Sunscreen (depending on time of year)
  • Chapstick

Personal Items:

  • New Socks
  • New Underwear
  • Inexpensive gloves

 Non-Perishable Foods:

  • Granola Bars
  • Energy Bars
  • Tuna/cracker packs
  • Trail mix
  • Raisins
  • Peanuts
  • Fruit cup/ applesauce cup (& include a spoon)
  • Gum/hard candy

Hot Cocoa/Spiced Cider Mixes or on-the-go coffee mixes

Food Beef jerky (even if your teeth are junk you can suck on this until it’s mush and still get the protein)

Breakfast bars or cereal bars (they do crumble but you can still eat them)

Chocolate (sure it may melt, melted chocolate tastes good)

Mints (gum is hard for the dentally challenged)

Peanut butter crackers Raisins/dried fruit Snack cups/applesauce/pudding cups Tuna/chicken salad cracker kits

Water (dehydration is one of the biggest challenges, especially if you can’t get around easily)

Things that can be bought with that shiny money/needs you can’t predict (you can feel free to buy these things and include in care packages):

Coat Scarf and hat Sewing kit Shoes Sleeping bag or mat

 

Underwear Adult diapers Baby diapers Comb/brush Feminine products or menstrual cup First aid kit Infant formula Medicine

Nail clippers Razor

Pet food A day pass to a gym, campground, or truck stop for a shower

A night in a hotel to sleep warmly and soundly, without worrying about someone stealing your stuff Can opener Flashlight

 

Blessing Bag / Backpack Checklist:

 

blessing bag checklist printable

 

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 Kit For The Homeless:

 

 

Teen Choice Awards 2017 Winners:

Miley Cyrus, who had been announced as the recipient of the ultimate choice award at Teen Choice 2017, was a surprising no-show after pulling out at the last second. A number of other big-name winners were not on hand to pick up their trophies in person, including Gal Gadot, Beyonce and Ed Sheeran.

The event featured performances by Louis Tomlinson with Bebe Rexha, Rita Ora and KYLE, alongside Lil Yachty, Clean Bandit with Zara Larsson, French Montana and Swae Lee with Triplets Ghetto Kids, Rae Sremmurd, as well as the Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny and Brittany O’Grady from Fox’s Star.

See the complete list of winners below. 

MOVIES

Choice Action Movie (#ChoiceActionMovie)
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Choice Action Movie Actor (#ChoiceActionMovieActor)
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Choice Action Movie Actress (#ChoiceActionMovieActress)
Gal Gadot – Wonder WomanImage result for Gal Gadot – Wonder Woman

Choice Sci-Fi Movie (#ChoiceSciFiMovie
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Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActor)
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Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActress)
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Choice Fantasy Movie (#ChoiceFantasyMovie)
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Choice Fantasy Movie Actor (#ChoiceFantasyMovieActor)
Dwayne Johnson – Moana

Choice Fantasy Movie Actress (#ChoiceFantasyMovieActress)
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Choice Drama Movie (#ChoiceDramaMovie)
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Choice Drama Movie Actor (#ChoiceDramaMovieActor)
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Choice Drama Movie Actress (#ChoiceDramaMovieActress)
Emma Watson – The CircleImage result for Emma Watson – The Circle

Choice Comedy Movie (#ChoiceComedyMovie)
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Choice Comedy Movie Actor (#ChoiceComedyMovieActor)
Zac Efron – Baywatch Image result for Zac Efron – Baywatch

Choice Comedy Movie Actress (#ChoiceComedyMovieActress)
Ellen DeGeneres – Finding DoryImage result for Ellen DeGeneres – Finding Dory

Choice Summer Movie (#ChoiceSummerMovie)
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Choice Summer Movie Actor (#ChoiceSummerMovieActor)
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Choice Summer Movie Actress (#ChoiceSummerMovieActress)
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Choice Movie Villain (#ChoiceMovieVillain)
Luke Evans – Beauty and the BeastImage result for Luke Evans – Beauty and the Beast

Choice Breakout Movie Star (#ChoiceBreakoutMovieStar)
Auli’i Cravalho – MoanaImage result for Auli’i Cravalho – Moana

Choice MovieShip (#ChoiceMovieShip)
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TELEVISION

Choice Drama TV Show (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)
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Choice Drama TV Actor (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)
Cole Sprouse – RiverdaleImage result for Cole Sprouse – Riverdale

Choice Drama TV Actress (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)
Lucy Hale – Pretty Little LiarsImage result for Lucy Hale – Pretty Little Liars

Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show (#ChoiceSciFiTVShow)
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Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor (#ChoiceSciFiTVActor)
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Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress (#ChoiceSciFiTVActress)
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Choice Action TV Show (#ChoiceActionTVShow)
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Choice Action TV Actor (#ChoiceActionTVActor)
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Choice Action TV Actress (#ChoiceActionTVActress)
Melissa Benoist – SupergirlImage result for Melissa Benoist – Supergirl

Choice Comedy TV Show (#ChoiceComedyTVShow)
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Choice Comedy TV Actor (#ChoiceComedyTVActor)
Jean-Luc Bilodeau – Baby DaddyImage result for Jean-Luc Bilodeau – Baby Daddy

Choice Comedy TV Actress (#ChoiceComedyTVActress)
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Choice Animated TV Show (#ChoiceAnimatedTVShow)
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Choice Reality TV Show (#ChoiceRealityTVShow)
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Choice Throwback TV Show (#ChoiceThrowbackTVShow)
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Choice TV Personality (#ChoiceTVPersonality)
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Choice Summer TV Show (#ChoiceSummerTVShow)
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Choice Summer TV Actor (#ChoiceSummerTVActor)
Tyler Posey – Teen WolfImage result for Tyler Posey – Teen Wolf

Choice Summer TV Actress (#ChoiceSummerTVActress)
Holland Roden – Teen WolfImage result for Holland Roden – Teen Wolf

Choice TV Villain (#ChoiceTVVillain)
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Choice Breakout TV Show (#ChoiceBreakoutTVShow)
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Choice Breakout TV Star (#ChoiceBreakoutTVStar)
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Choice TVShip (#ChoiceTVShip)
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MUSIC

Choice Male Artist (#ChoiceMaleArtist)
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Choice Female Artist (#ChoiceFemaleArtist)
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Choice Music Group (#ChoiceMusicGroup)
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Choice Country Artist (#ChoiceCountryArtist)
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Choice Electronic/Dance Artist (#ChoiceElectronicDanceArtist)
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Choice Latin Artist (#ChoiceLatinArtist)
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Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist (#ChoiceRBHipHopArtist)
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Choice Rock Artist (#ChoiceRockArtist)
Harry StylesImage result for Harry Styles

Choice Song: Female Artist (#ChoiceSongFemaleArtist)
Camila Cabello – “Crying in the Club”

Choice Song: Male Artist (#ChoiceSongMaleArtist)
Niall Horan – “Slow Hands”

Choice Song: Group (#ChoiceSongGroup)
Fifth Harmony (feat. Gucci Mane) – “Down”

Choice Collaboration (#ChoiceCollaboration)
Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson – “Just Hold On”

Choice Summer Song (#ChoiceSummerSong)
“Despacito” – Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee (feat. Justin Bieber)

 

Choice Summer Female Artist (#ChoiceSummerFemaleArtist)
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Choice Summer Male Artist (#ChoiceSummerMaleArtist)
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Choice Summer Group (#ChoiceSummerGroup)
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Choice Summer Tour (#ChoiceSummerTour)
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DIGITAL

Choice Female Web Star (#ChoiceFemaleWebStar)
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Choice Male Web Star (#ChoiceMaleWebStar)
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Choice Comedy Web Star (#ChoiceComedyWebStar)
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Choice Music Web Star (#ChoiceMusicWebStar)
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Choice Fashion/Beauty Web Star (#ChoiceBeautyWebStar)
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Choice Gamer (#ChoiceGamer)
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Choice Twit (#ChoiceTwit)
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Choice Instagrammer (#ChoiceInstagrammer)
Selena GomezImage result for Selena Gomez

Choice Snapchatter (#ChoiceSnapchatter)
Ariana GrandeImage result for Ariana Grande

Choice YouTuber (#ChoiceYouTuber)
Jake PaulImage result for Jake Paul

Choice Muser (#ChoiceMuser)
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MUSIC

Choice Pop Song (#ChoicePopSong)
“Shape of You” – Ed Sheeran

Choice Country Song (#ChoiceCountrySong)
“Body Like a Back Road” – Sam Hunt

Choice Electronic/Dance Song (#ChoiceElectronicDanceSong)
“Know No Better” – Major Lazer (feat. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello & Quavo)

 

Choice Latin Song (#ChoiceLatinSong)
“Despacito” – Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee (feat. Justin Bieber)

 

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song (#ChoiceRBHipHopSong)
“I’m The One” – DJ Khaled (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne)

 

Choice Rock/Alternative Song (#ChoiceRockSong)
“Believer” – Imagine Dragons

 

Choice Breakout Artist (#ChoiceBreakoutArtist)
Chance the Rapper

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Choice Next Big Thing (#ChoiceNextBigThing)
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OTHER

Choice Comedian (#ChoiceComedian)
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Choice Male Athlete (#ChoiceMaleAthlete)
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Choice Female Athlete (#ChoiceFemaleAthlete)
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Choice Liplock (#ChoiceLipLock)
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Choice Hissy Fit (#ChoiceHissyFit)
Madelaine Petsch – RiverdaleImage result for Madelaine Petsch – Riverdale

Choice Scene Stealer (#ChoiceSceneStealer)
Camila Mendes – RiverdaleImage result for Camila Mendes – Riverdale

Choice Style Icon (#ChoiceStyleIcon)
Harry StylesImage result for Harry Styles

Choice Female Hottie (#ChoiceFemaleHottie)
Camila CabelloImage result for Camila Cabello

Choice Male Hottie (#ChoiceMaleHottie)
Shawn MendesImage result for Shawn Mendes

Choice Changemaker (#ChoiceChangemaker)
Ariana GrandeImage result for Ariana Grande

Choice Videogame (#ChoiceVideoGame)
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Choice Dancer (#ChoiceDancer)
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Choice Model (#ChoiceModel)
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Choice Fandom
Fifth HarmonyImage result

Choice International Artist
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Batman and Harley Quinn The Animated Movie

 

 

Batman and Nightwing form an uneasy but needed alliance with Harley Quinn to stop Poison Ivy and Floronic Man from transforming people into plants

  • Kevin Conroy as Batman / Bruce Wayne
  • Loren Lester as Nightwing / Dick Grayson
  • Melissa Rauch as Harley Quinn / Dr. Harleen Quinzel
  • Paget Brewster as Poison Ivy / Pamela Isley
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Floronic Man / Jason Woodrue
  • John DiMaggio as Swamp Thing / Alec Holland

Batman descends upon Gotham City. Art by Tony Daniel.Batman’s secret identity is Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises. After witnessing the murder of his parents Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne as a child, he swore vengeance against criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Bruce Wayne trains himself physically and intellectually and crafts a bat-inspired persona to fight crime.Batman operates in the fictional Gotham City with assistance from various supporting characters, including his butler Alfred, police commissioner Gordon, and vigilante allies such as Robin. Unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers; rather, he relies on his genius intellect, physical prowess, martial arts abilities, detective skills, science and technology, vast wealth, intimidation, and indomitable will. A large assortment of villains make up Batman’s rogues gallery, including his archenemy, the Joker.

Nightwing vol 2 150.jpgRichard John “Dick” Grayson

The youngest in a family of acrobats known as the “Flying Graysons”, Dick watches a mafia boss kill his parents in order to extort money from the circus that employed them. Batman (Bruce Wayne) takes him in as a legal ward (retconned as an adopted son in some cases) and the crime-fighting partner Robin. He is written by many authors as the first son of Batman.As well as being Batman’s crime-fighting partner, Dick establishes himself as the leader of the Teen Titans, a team of teenage superheroes. As a young man, he retires as Robin and takes on his own superhero identity to assert his independence, becoming Nightwing. As Nightwing, he continues to lead the Teen Titans and later the Outsiders.

Harley Quinn (Harleen Frances Quinzel

Harley Quinn, whose real name is Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, PhD, is depicted as having been a psychologist at Gotham City’s Arkham Asylum. Gotham City Sirens #7 shows Harley visiting her family for the holiday season, in which they are portrayed as being very dysfunctional, forcing Harley to become upset and leave abruptly. It is stated that the reason Harley pursued psychology was to understand her own broken family.

The character’s origin story relates that as a psychologist, Dr. Harleen Quinzel, PhD is assigned to the criminally insane Joker at Arkham Asylum. Fascinated by him, she eventually falls in love with the Joker and becomes his lover and accomplice. She follows suit in the Joker’s clown-themed, criminal antics and adopts the name Harley Quinn, a play on “Harlequin” from the character in commedia dell’arte. Speaking with a pronounced Northeastern accent, Harley refers to the Joker as Mr. J and Puddin’, terms of endearment that have since been used in nearly every adaptation in which the two characters appear.

Poison Ivy’s real name is Pamela Lillian Isley, a Gotham City botanist obsessed with plants, ecological extinction, and environmentalism. One of the world’s most notorious eco-terrorists, she uses plant toxins and mind-controlling pheromones for her criminal activities, which are usually aimed at protecting endangered species and the natural environment. Although Poison Ivy’s look has evolved over the years, she typically wears a green one-piece outfit adorned with leaves and has plant vines extending over her limbs.

FloronicMan.jpgFloronic Man takes some of Poison Ivy’s DNA in an attempt to create a “child”. Poison Ivy, in exchange, gets a trunk full of dope money, and is free to walk away. Deciding she does not want Floronic Man running the world, she frees the Batman. After a short battle, Batman notices that Floronic Man is standing in a puddle, and uses an electrical cable to electrocute the villain, then decapitates him once again.

Alec Holland woke in the Louisiana swamps with the last thing he remembered being his own death. However, he soon began to have memories of a life he never had the chance to live as the Swamp Thing. For a while, he attempted to ignore these thoughts and live a normal life as a carpenter, until the call of The Green grew too strong. Eventually, an emissary of the Green came to him and explained that he was meant to become the ultimate Swamp Thing, but he was prevented from fully merging with The Green when his body died in the swamp, and instead, the Swamp Thing he remembers was born, without a human core

 

 

 

 

Fall TV Premier for 2017

The  upcoming shows, including Outlander, Stranger Things 2, The Walking Dead, Will & Grace, Star Trek: Discovery, and more.

SEPTEMBER

Friday, Sept. 1 Narcos: Season 3 (2017)  Netflix

Now that the bloody hunt for Pablo Escobar has ended, the DEA turns its attention to the richest drug trafficking organization in the world: the Cali Cartel. Led by four powerful godfathers, this cartel operates much differently than Escobar’s, preferring to bribe government officials and keep its violent actions out of the headlines.

Tuesday, Sept. 5 American Horror Story: Cult (2017)  10 p.m., FX

Wednesday, Sept. 6 You’re the Worst (2017), 10 p.m., FXX

Two anti-relationship people find themselves in a relationship together.

 

 

Friday, Sept. 8 Bo Jack Horseman: Season 4 (2017)  10 p.m., Comedy Central One Mississippi, Amazon

Sunday, Sept. 10 Outlander: Season 3 (2016) 8 p.m

The story picks up right after Claire  travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant with Jamie’s  child, she struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank . Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as well as the loss of Claire. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make a life apart from each other, each haunted by the memory of their lost love.

 

Starz The Orville: Season 1 (2017) 8 p.m.Fox (moves to Thursdays at 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 21)

THE ORVILLE is a live-action, one-hour, ensemble comedic drama set 400 years in the future that follows the adventures of The Orville, a mid-level exploratory spaceship, as its crew, both human and alien, face the wonders and dangers of outer space, while also dealing with the familiar, often humorous problems of everyday life.

The Deuce: Season 1 (2017) 9 p.m., HBO

Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3 (2017) 9 p.m., AMC

The start of the zombie takeover depicted in “The Walking Dead” is explored in this spin-off.

Top of the Lake: China Girl (2017)  100% 9 p.m., Sundance

 

In this crime mystery story, Detective Robin Griffin has recently returned to Sydney and is trying to rebuild her life. When the body of an Asian girl washes up on Bondi Beach, there appears little hope of finding the killer, until Robin realizes “China Girl” didn’t die alone. Robin looks to the investigation to restore herself, but her problems are personal. Haunted by a daughter given up at birth, Robin desperately wants to find her, yet dreads revealing the truth of her conception. But her search to discover “China Girl’s” identity will take her into the city’s darkest recesses and closer than she could have ……

Tuesday, Sept. 12 The Mindy Project: Season 6 (2017) Hulu

A sitcom about an ob-gyn who wishes her personal life were as successful as her professional one and matched the fairy-tale endings of her favorite romantic comedies.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 13 Broad City: Season 4 (2017)  10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

The cult hit web series Broad City comes compliments of the collective brains of Abbi Jacobson + Ilana Glazer (both UCB alum). Called “sneak attack feminism” by the Wall Street Journal, the series follows two friends in New York City navigating their way though the minutiae that is life.

 

Thursday, Sept. 14 Better Things: Season 2 (2017)  10 p.m., FX

A single mom struggles to raise three girls while trying to maintain her career as an actor.

Sunday, Sept. 17 The Vietnam War (2017) 8 p.m., PBS

Vice Principals: Season 2 (2017)  10:30 p.m., HBO

 

Comedy about a power struggle between two high-school administrators who are vying for the top job of principal.

Monday, Sept. 18 Dancing With the Stars: Season 25 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

Celebrities are paired with professionals in a ballroom-dance competition, with one pair typically eliminated each week.

Wednesday, Sept. 20 The Good Place: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC (moves to Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 28)

A New Jersey woman enters the afterlife and tries to become a better person and make amends for past bad behavior in this comedy.

Thursday, Sept. 21 Gotham: Season 4 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

. Gotham follows one cop’s rise through a dangerously corrupt city teetering on the edge of evil, and chronicles the birth of one of the most popular super heroes of our time.

Friday, Sept. 22 Fuller House: Season 3 (2017) Recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller gets help from her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy when the women move in with their families to help D.J. raise her children in this spin-off series.

Netflix Transparent: Season 4 (2017)  Amazon

 

Following the goings-on of a dysfunctional Los Angeles family.

Sunday, Sept. 24 Star Trek: Discovery: Season 1 (2017) 8:30 p.m., CBS

New worlds and civilizations are explored by new members of the “Star Trek” universe.

 

Monday, Sept. 25 The Big Bang Theory: Season 11 (2017) 8 p.m., CBS

A new comedy about a pair of brilliant physicists who understand how the universe works but have no clue about how to interact with people

 

The Voice: Season 13 (2017) 8 p.m., NBCImage result for The Voice: Season 13

The next season of The Voice is about to be a family affair.

PEOPLE can confirm the celebrity musicians who will serve as season 13 advisors. Miley Cyrus will be joined by her father Billy Ray Cyrus, while Joe Jonas will assist Adam Levine, and Rascal Flatts will team up with Blake Shelton on the hit NBC reality series. Joining new judge Jennifer Hudson, who served as the winning coach on last season’s The Voice UK, is Kelly Rowland, who is currently a coach on the Australian version.

Young Sheldon: Season 1 (2018) 8:30 p.m., CBSSpin-off of “The Big Bang Theory” follows 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper as he grows up in East Texas and attends high school.

 

Kevin Can Wait: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS

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The life of one man is chronicled over the course of five decades in this single-camera comedy.

 

The Good Doctor: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., ABC

A talented young surgeon with Savant syndrome ruffles feathers while saving lives at a prestigious hospital’s pediatric surgical unit.

 

Scorpion: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

The Brave: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC

A drama that centers on military heroes who embark on dangerous missions behind enemy lines.

Tuesday, Sept. 26 NCIS: Season 15 (2017) 8 p.m., CBS

Lethal Weapon: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

A Texas cop relocates to L.A. in order to start life a-new; and is partnered with an LAPD detective who — due to a “minor” heart attack — must avoid stress.

Bull: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS

This Is Us: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., NBC

The Mick: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (2017) 9:30 p.m., Fox

NCIS: New Orleans: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

Law & Order: True Crime: The Menendez Murders (2018) 10 p.m., NBC

Lyle and Erik Menendez. Joseph Lyle Menéndez (born January 10, 1968) and Erik Galen Menéndez (born November 27, 1970) are American brothers from Beverly Hills, California who were convicted in a high-profile trial in 1994 for the 1989 murders of their wealthy parents, entertainment executive Jose and his wife Mary “Kitty”, by shotgun.

 

 

 

Wednesday, Sept. 27

The Goldbergs: Season 5 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

Survivor 8 p.m., CBS

Empire: Season 4 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

The Blacklist: Season 5 (2017) 8 p.m., NBC

For decades, ex-government agent Raymond “Red” Reddington has been one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives. Brokering shadowy deals for criminals across the globe, Red was known by many as “The Concierge of Crime.” Now, he’s mysteriously surrendered to the FBI with an explosive offer: He will help catch a long-thought-dead terrorist, Ranko Zamani, under the condition that he speaks only to Elizabeth “Liz” Keen, an FBI profiler fresh out of Quantic

 

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Modern Family: Season 9 (2017) 9 p.m., ABC

The  Pritchett clan, a brood that includes patriarch Jay; his younger Latina wife, Gloria, and her son; Jay’s daughter, Claire, and her family; and Jay’s son, Mitchell, who lives with his partner, Cameron.

 

SEAL Team: Season 1 (2018) 9 p.m., CBS

Elite Navy SEALs train, plan and execute dangerous, high-stakes missions.

Star: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 19 (2017) 9 p.m., NBC

American Housewife: Season 2 (2017) 9:30 p.m., ABC

Designated Survivor: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., ABC

Criminal Minds: Season 13 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

 

Chicago P.D.: Season 5 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC

Liar, 10 p.m., PBS

Thursday, Sept. 28

Grey’s Anatomy: Season 14 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

Superstore: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., NBC

Will & Grace: Season 9 (2017) 9 p.m., NBC

Great News: Season 2 (2018) 9:30 p.m., NBC

How to Get Away With Murder: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., ABC

A law professor and a group of her best students are drawn into a real-life murder conspiracy.

Chicago Fire: Season 6 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC

Friday, Sept. 29 Marvel’s Inhumans: Season 1 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

“Marvel’s Inhumans” explores the never-before-told epic adventure of the royal family including Black Bolt, the enigmatic, commanding King of the Inhumans, with a voice so powerful that the slightest whisper can destroy a city. After the Royal Family of Inhumans is splintered by a military coup, they barely escape to Hawaii where they are greeted with surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them. Now they must find a way to reunite with each other and return to their home before their way of life is destroyed forever.

MacGyver: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., CBS

Hell’s Kitchen: Season 17 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

Hawaii Five-0: Season 8 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS

The Exorcist: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox

Two very different men tackle a family’s horrifying case of demonic possession.

 

Blue Bloods: Season 8 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

Saturday, Sept. 30 Versailles: Season 2 (2015) 10 p.m., Ovation

 

OCTOBER

Sunday, Oct. 1 The Toy Box: Season 2 (2017) 7 p.m., ABC

Bob’s Burgers: Season 8 (2017) 7:30 p.m., Fox

Shark Tank: Season 9 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

The Simpsons: Season 29 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

Wisdom of the Crowd: Season 1 (2017) 8:30 p.m., CBS

Ghosted: Season 1 (2017) 8:30 p.m., Fox

A cynic and a believer in the paranormal are recruited to investigate “unexplained” activities in Los Angeles.

Family Guy: Season 15 (2016) 9 p.m., Fox

Poldark: Season 3 (2017)  100% 9 p.m., PBS

A British soldier returns to his Cornwall home after fighting in the American War of Independence, but much has changed during his three years away: his father is dead; his lands are ruined; and his true love is about to marry his cousin. He also raises the hackles of the locals when he hires a miner’s daughter as a maid after she’s run away from home.

 

NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 9 (2017) 9:30 p.m., CBS

The Last Man on Earth: Season 4 (2017) 9:30 p.m., Fox

Ten Days in the Valley: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., ABC

A TV producer’s daughter goes missing in the midst of a tempestuous separation from her husband, leading to the implosion of her life and career.

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 9 (2017) 10 p.m., HBO

Monday, Oct. 2 Lucifer: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox

When the devil tires of life in Hell, he materializes in the City of Angels, where he aids the LAPD in rounding up and punishing evildoers in this TV-adaptation of the comic book.

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Tom Welling — best known for his 10-season run as Clark Kent on The CW’s “Smallville” — has signed on for the cast of Fox’s “Lucifer” for its third season.

He will play Marcus Pierce, an accomplished police lieutenant. While he’s reserved and well-respected, like Lucifer he’s charming, charismatic and handsome. So when Pierce starts developing a connection with Decker, the devil comes out in Lucifer.When “Lucifer” returns for season three, Lucifer has resolved the problem of Mom aka Charlotte  — but he must confront the problem of figuring out who kidnapped him and why his angel wings have returned.“Lucifer” is produced by Warner Bros. Television, in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television. The series is based on the characters created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg for Vertigo from DC Entertainment. Executive producers are Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, Joe Henderson, Ildy Modrovich, Sheri Elwood and KristieAnne Reed.“Lucifer” returns for Season 3 on Fox on October 2 at 8pm.

9JKL: Season 1 (2017) 8:30 p.m., CBS

The Gifted: Season 1 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox

The Halcyon: Season 1 (2016) 10 p.m., OvationThe first series of The Halcyon is set in London during World War 2 and follows the lives of those in a 5-star hotel.

Tuesday, Oct. 3

The Middle: Season 9 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

Fresh Off the Boat: Season 4 (2017) 8:30 p.m., ABC

black-ish: Season 4 (2017) 9 p.m., ABC

The Mayor: Season 1 (2017) 9:30 p.m., ABC

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., ABC

Wednesday, Oct. 4

Nature (2017) 8 p.m., PBS

NOVA: Season 44 (2017) 9 p.m., PBS

Thursday, Oct. 5

Scandal: Season 7 (2018) 9 p.m., ABC The seventh and final season of the American television drama series Scandal was ordered on February 10, 2017 by ABCImage result for Scandal: Season 7

Friday, Oct. 6

Suburra.: Season 1 (2017)  Netflix

Abattle erupts between a powerful family, the Mafia and corrupt polititcians over a seaside town outside of Rome, which is being developed into a gambling paradise

 

Once Upon a Time: Season 7 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

A woman’s destiny unfolds when she arrives in a modern-day town populated by fairy-tale characters.

 

 

Sunday, Oct. 8

Madam Secretary: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

Monday, Oct. 9

Supergirl: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., The CW

“Supergirl’s” interpretation of the famed World Killer storyline from the DC Comics. In the comics, Reign is one of the five Worldkillers, a.k.a. genetically engineered Kryptonian weapons, created by Supergirl’s  biological father Zor-El. Just like Supergirl, Reign possesses superhuman strength and has the ability to fly.Other new characters that will make their debut in the upcoming season are real-estate developer Morgan Edge (Adrian Pasdar), DC villainess Psi (Yael Grobglas), J’onn J’onzz’s (David Harewood) dad M’yrnn J’onzz (Carl Lumbly), independent Supergirl fan Ruby (Emma Tremblay) and Maggie’s (Floriana Lima) father Oscar Rodas (Carlos Bernard).

 

Valor: Season 1 (2017) 9 p.m., The CWA drama about an elite unit of helicopter pilots, a failed mission and MIA soldiers.

Tuesday, Oct. 10

The Flash: Season 4 (2017) 8 p.m.,

The CW DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 3 (2017) 9 p.m., The CW

Wednesday, Oct. 11

Chance: Season 2 (2017)  Hulu

Riverdale: Season 2 (2018) 8 p.m., The CW

Dynasty: Season 1 (2017) 9 p.m., The CW

Thursday, Oct. 12 Supernatural: Season 13 (2017) 8 p.m., The CW

 

Twenty-six years ago, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America … and he taught them how to kill it. This haunting series follows the Winchester brothers as they crisscross the lonely and mysterious back roads of the country in their ’67 Chevy Impala, hunting down every evil supernatural force they encounter along the way.

Lucifer’s son has been upped to series regular on Supernatural season 13. Over its 12 season – and counting – run on The CW, Supernatural has played host to dozens of fearsome villains, but arguably the most formidable has been Lucifer (mostly played by Mark Pellegrino).While Lucifer ended season 12 locked away in an alternate universe with Winchester mom Mary, his son ended the season by both being born, and quickly sprouting up to adulthood. It’s true that most parents think their kids grow up too fast, but that’s certainly taking things to a ridiculous extreme. Named Jack by his human mother Kelly Kline – who sadly did not survive the birthing process – it remains to be seen which of his parents he’ll take after.Playing Lucifer’s spawn going forward is actor Alexander Calvert, who also played adult Jack during his aforementioned brief season 12 appearance. Calvert is likely to be familiar to many The CW fans, as he previously recurred as Lonnie Machin on Arrow.Kelly wanted Castiel to guide and look after Jack after her death, and that’ll be a bit hard to do for awhile, as Cas ended season 12 being murdered by Lucifer.Jack by the time Castiel returns from his latest demise. After all, while he may look like an adult, Jack was almost literally born yesterday

Arrow: Season 6 (2017) 9 p.m., The CW

Reinventing the DC Comics character, the Arrow is not a superhero but a hero every bit as dangerous as the criminals he’s hunting.

 

Friday, Oct. 13

Mindhunter: Season 1 (2017)  Netflix

Set in 1979, two FBI agents are tasked with interviewing serial killers to solve open cases.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., The CW

Jane the Virgin: Season 4 (2017) 9 p.m., The CW

Sunday, Oct. 15

Berlin Station: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., Epix

The Durrells in Corfu: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., PBS

Good Behavior: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., TNT

Monday, Oct. 16

Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., VH1

Tuesday, Oct. 17

Loudermilk: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., DirecTV/AT&T

Loudermilk stars Ron Livingston as Sam Loudermilk, a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with an extremely bad attitude about, well, everything. He is unapologetically uncensored, and manages to piss off everyone in his life. Although he has his drinking under control, Loudermilk discovers that when your life is a complete mess, getting clean is the easy part. Will Sasso, Laura Mennel, Anja Savcic, Toby Levins, Mark Brandon and Timothy Webber also star.

Wednesday, Oct. 18

Freakish: Season 2 (2017)  Hulu

Saturday, Oct. 21

Too Funny To Fail (2017)  Hulu

Sunday, Oct. 22

The Walking Dead: Season 8 (2017)  9 p.m., AMC

 

Graves (2017) 10 p.m., Epix

Tuesday, Oct. 24

The Last O.G.: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., TBS

The Last O.G. is an upcoming American comedy television series created by Jordan Peele and John Carcieri.

At Home with Amy Sedaris: Season 1 (2017) 10:30 p.m., truTV

Thursday, Oct. 26

Drop the Mic: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., TBS

Friday, Oct. 27

Stranger Things: Season 2 (2017)  Netflix

Blindspot: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., NBC

Monday, Oct. 30

Superior Donuts: Season 2 (2018) 9:30 p.m., CBS

 

NOVEMBER

Wednesday, Nov. 1

Stan Against Evil: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., IFC

Thursday, Nov. 2

Young Sheldon: Season 1 (2018) 8:30 p.m., CBS

Mom: Season 5 (2017) 9 p.m.,

CBS Life in Pieces: Season 3 (2017) 9:30 p.m., CBS

S.W.A.T.: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

Friday, Nov. 3

Alias Grace: Miniseries (2016) Netflix

Sunday, Nov. 5

The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Starz

Thursday, Nov. 9

Rillington Place (2017), Sundance Now

Tuesday, Nov. 14

Future Man: Season 1 (2017) Hulu

Sunday, Nov. 19

Search Party: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., TBS

Tuesday, Nov. 21

Marvel’s Runaways: Season 1 (2017) Hulu

Thursday, Nov. 23

She’s Gotta Have It: Season 1 (2017) Netflix

Sunday, Nov. 26

America’s Funniest Home Videos: Season 28 (2017) 7 p.m., ABC

Wednesday, Nov. 29

Vikings: Season 5 (2017) 9 p.m., History

 

DECEMBER

Friday, Dec. 1

East Los High: Finale Event (2017) Hulu

Wednesday, Dec. 6

Shut Eye: Season 2 (2017) Hulu

Friday, Dec. 22

Bright (2017)  Netflix

In an alternate present day, humans, orcs, elves and fairies have been coexisting since the beginning of time. Two police officers, one a human, the other an orc, embark on a routine night patrol that will alter the future of their world as they know it. Battling both their own personal differences as well as an onslaught of enemies, they must work together to protect a young female elf and a thought-to-be-forgotten relic, which, in the wrong hands, could destroy everything.

 

Monday, Dec. 25

Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time (2017 Christmas Special) (2017) BBC America

 

 

Netflix August movie and new show.

Death Note (2017)

These days, Today we’re remembering horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who was born on this day in 1939. 

Netflix is doing an amazing job with its original programming—from a new season of House of Cards to Cannes-approved movies by Noah Baumbach and Snowpiercer’s Bong Joon-ho. They’re even going to produce the next Martin Scorsese movie, The Irishman, a gangster film starring much of the cast from Goodfellas. That said, Netflix’s rotating monthly selection has some of the best movie options, mixed in among their huge catalog

And here’s everything coming in August, by date:

Available August 1
The Addams Family
The Astronaut’s Wife
Bad Santa
The Bomb
A Cinderella Story
Cloud Atlas
Crematorium: Season 1
Everyone’s Hero
Funny Games (US)
The Hollywood Masters: Season 1
Innerspace
Jackie Brown
The Last Mimzy
Lord of War
The Matrix
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
Maz Jobrani: Immigrant – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Nola Circus
The Number 23
Opening Night
Practical Magic
The Royal House of Windsor: Season 1
Sleepy Hollow
Small Soldiers
Surviving Escobar – Alias JJ: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Tie the Knot
The Truth About Alcohol
The Wedding Party
Who Gets the Dog?
Wild Wild West

Available August 2
Jab We Met
The Founder

Available August 3
Sing
The Invisible Guardian

Available August 4
Icarus – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available August 5
Holes

Available August 8
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7 Episodes 1-13

Available August 9
Black Site Delta

Available August 10
Diary of an Exorcist – Zero

Available August 11
Atypical: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Naked – NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
True and The Rainbow Kingdom: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
White Gold – NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available August 13
Arthur and the Invisibles
Hot Property
Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

Available August 14
The Outcasts
Urban Hymn

Available August 15
All These Sleepless Nights
Barbeque
Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Donald Cried
Murderous Affair: Season 1
My Ex-Ex
A New Economy
The Sweet Life
21

Available August 16
Gold

Available August 18
Dinotrux: Season 5 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
I Am Sam
Marvel’s The Defenders: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
What Happened to Monday – NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM

Available August 19
Hide and Seek

Available August 20
Camera Store

Available August 21
AWOL
Bad Rap
Beautiful Creatures
Gomorrah: Season 2
Unacknowledged

Available August 22
Lynne Koplitz: Hormonal Beast – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Sadie’s Last Days on Earth

Available August 23
Feel Rich

Available August 25
Disjointed: Part 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Death Note – NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 5 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Once Upon a Time: Season 6

Available August 29
Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
Ryan Hamilton: Happy Face – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Good Place: Season 1

Available August 31
Be Afraid

The Doctor (Doctor Who)

Image result for The Doctor whoSpecies:

Gallifreyan, Human

Job:

UNIT scientific advisor, Lord President, President of Earth

Place of origin:

Gallifrey

Grandparents:

The Doctor’s grandfather

Mother:

The Doctor’s mother

Father:

The Doctor’s father

Brother:

Irving Braxiatel

Children:

Miranda Dawkins, Jenny, The Sapling

Grandchildren:

Susan Foreman, John, Gillian, Zezanne

Spouses:

Patience, Scarlette, Elizabeth I, Marilyn Monroe, Cleopatra, River Song

In-laws:

Amy Pond, Rory Williams, Henry VIII

The Doctor had a variety of different origins; most often he had always been a Time Lord from Gallifrey, but sometimes he had always been a human-gallifreyan hybrid or a human from the 49th century.  Sometimes he believed he had been woven from a loom and sometimes he believed he had a mother and father.

While in bed inside a barn and crying over not wishing to join the army, a young First Doctor heard Clara Oswaldassuring him that it was all just a dream, that it was OK to be afraid of the dark and that “if you’re very wise and very strong, fear doesn’t have to make you cruel or cowardly”.  This was an ontological paradox from when the Doctor’s tenth incarnation told Clara about the promise he made about the Doctor being “never cruel or cowardly”, which the Doctor had originally heard from Clara as a child.

The Doctor’s true name remained unknown to all but a very few individuals, such as Samantha Jones  and River Song.  The Master also knew his name  and so did the Time Lords.  His real name was not used by the Time Lords, even in the formal setting of legal trials.

According to the Master, he chose the name “Doctor” to reflect his constant desire to make people “better”.  Missy claimed to know the Doctor’s real name from their time together on Gallifrey; she said it was “Doctor Who”, and the Doctor had chosen it to be mysterious, but dropped the “Who” when he realised it was too on-the-nose.

The Eleventh Doctor told Clara Oswald that his real name was not so important, since he specifically chose in its place the title of “Doctor”, “like a promise you make”. This promise was, as the Tenth and War Doctor recited together, “Never cruel or cowardly. Never give up, never give in.” The Twelfth Doctor claimed that when he originally adopted the title it was “just a name,” which held no real significance until his first visit to Skaro. It was through his opposition to the Daleks that the Doctor was able to define himself and realise who he was.

 

Family

The Doctor’s familial relations were unclear at best. According to one account, the Doctor was one of the forty-five cousins created by the Loomof the House of Lungbarrow on Gallifrey. When the House disowned him, he said he had “other families.”  However, the Eighth Doctor once let it be understood that he was born to a human mother.

The Eighth Doctor told Grace Holloway he had a father. (The Tenth Doctor told Sally Sparrowthat he was “rubbish at weddings, especially [his] own”.  An earlier incarnation had also been wed, to Patience and they were said to have had a number of children, and grandchildren. ) The Doctor had, in the Tenth Doctor’s own words, been “a dad” (and “a father”.  These children were “sons or daughters, or both.”  The Twelfth Doctor claimed he had “[d]ad skills.”  Clara Oswald also claimed the Doctor had “children”.

According to Clara Oswald, as well as children, the Doctor also had “grandchildren”.  These included Susan Foreman, John and Gillian.  Some accounts referred to Susan as “Campbell.  Alex went on several adventures with the Eighth Doctor and backpacked around the Earth with Lucie Miller, before they were both killed by the Daleks.  Susan and David also had adopted children, Barbara, Ian and David Junior — meaning that the Doctor was an adoptive great-grandfather as well as a biological one.

Before the Time War, some of his family had died, or at least gone missing.  After the last day of the Time War, the Tenth Doctor, while telling Donnathat he’d been a father before, explained that he “[l]ost all that a long time ago along with everything else.”

Even after Gallifrey and the Time Lords were revealed to have been saved from their fate at the end of the Time War and sent to a pocket dimension by all thirteen Doctors, the Twelfth Doctor still apparently believed his missing children and grandchildren to be dead, as Clara Oswald, masquerading as the Doctor, stated as such to the Cybermen.

The Doctor

1st incarnation – The 1st Doctor

  • First Appearance: An Unearthly Child
  • Companions: Susan, Ian, Barbara, Vicki, Steven, Katarina, Dodo, Polly, Ben

2nd incarnation – The 2nd Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Tenth Planet
  • Companions: Polly, Ben, Jamie, Victoria, Zoe

3rd incarnation – The 3rd Doctor

  • First Appearance: Spearhead from Space
  • Companions: Liz, Sergeant Benton, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Mike, Jo, Sarah-Jane

4th incarnation – The 4th Doctor

  • First Appearance: Planet of the Spiders
  • Companions: Sarah-Jane, Harry, Leela, K9, Romana, Adric, Nyssa, Tegan

5th incarnation – The 5th Doctor

  • First Appearance: Logopolis
  • Companions: Adric, Nyssa, Tegan, Turlough, Kamelion, Peri

6th incarnation – The 6th Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Caves of Androzani
  • Companions: Peri, Mel

7th incarnation – The 7th Doctor

  • First Appearance: Time and the Rani
  • Companions: Mel, Ace

8th incarnation – The 8th Doctor

  • First Appearance: The TV Movie
  • Companions: Grace

9th incarnation – The War Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Day of the Doctor
  •  Companions: –

10th incarnation – The 9th Doctor

  • First Appearance: Rose
  • Companions: Rose, Adam, Jack

11th incarnation – The 10th Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Christmas Invasion
  • Companions: Rose, Martha, Jack, Donna

12th incarnation – The 10th Doctor

  • First Appearance: Journey’s End
  • Companions:

13th incarnation – The 11th Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Eleventh Hour
  • Companions: Amy, Rory, River, Clara

 

14th incarnation – The 12th Doctor

  • First Appearance: The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor (2013)
  • Companions: Clara

The Doctor’s incarnations

Through the power of regeneration, the Doctor’s personality and outer form changed greatly over time, though all of his incarnations were essentially the same person, retaining most memories, curiosity, eccentricity, and wisdom of the ones before.

  • The Doctor said he could speak five billion languages.
  • His native language was probably Modern Gallifreyan, but he seemed to prefer speaking English, always with an accent that was similar to accents used in the British Isles.
  • This accent changed from incarnation to incarnation. For example, both the Seventh  and the Twelfth Doctor  spoke with an accent similar to one used in Scotland. Both Rose Tyler and Harriet Jones noted the accent of his ninth selfsounded like he came from “the north” or was “a northern accent”, referring to the north of England, with the Doctor once retorting that “lots of planets have a north”.  American Grace Holloway once told a San Franciscan policeman that the Eighth Doctor was “British”.

    The Doctor’s incarnations

The Doctor was known to have regenerated on at least thirteen occasions.

  • The First Doctor was an unreadable, guarded figure who was, at first, slow to trust newcomers who learnt of him, but once his trust had been earned, he would show another side of himself as a staunch anti-authoritarian with a mischievous streak. This Doctor was often irascible. He made his anger obvious. He was protective of the young women he took on as companions; they reminded him of his granddaughter, Susan. This Doctor was a brilliant, often short-tempered scientist and keen strategist. He used his signet ring to help get himself through ordeals due to his physical age impeding him. He stole a TARDIS and took his granddaughter with him, joyriding through all space and time, without a clue as to how to drive the thing.
  • The Second Doctor, in contrast, was warm and wise. He was as surprised and frightened of alien menaces as those who faced them with him. He had a knack for manipulation and deception, and especially enjoyed to play a buffoon in order to trick his opponents into underestimating him so that he could better carry out his plans. His predecessor would refer to him as a “clown” due to his bumbling nature. He loved tootling on his recorder and carried around a 500-year diary, trying to record his travels, but ended up discarding it. He wore a big fur coat that dwarfed him, tying it closed with twine. A “cosmic hobo,” he was forever getting himself in and out of trouble.
  • The Third Doctor was a more dashing figure than his predecessors. He was described by his first incarnation as a “dandy”.  He had a penchant for inventing gadgets and was skilled at martial arts, particularly Venusian aikido, and owned a vintage car named Bessie. His initially contentious relationship with Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart softened into a close friendship during his exile on Earth, lasting through his future regenerations, despite not always agreeing with his actions.  He also displayed great affection for his female companions, particularly Jo Grant. He was a gallant action hero who was very protective of his companions.
  • The Fourth Doctor was more eccentric than his previous incarnations. Rarely without his long scarf, he carried jelly babies in his pockets, using them as bluffs, gifts and distractions—and occasionally snacks. He relied on his considerable charm, luck, and experience to get through bad situations. Although he retained his fondness for Earth , he ended his regular association with UNIT almost immediately upon his regeneration and only occasionally returned to the planet. However, he had not properly resigned from the position.  He hated to work and preferred travelling  but liked history. He enjoyed the company of a wide range of individuals, such as Sarah Jane Smith, aide to his previous self, Leela, a savage,  K9, a robot dog, and even a fellow Time Lord in Romana.
  • The Fifth Doctor was fond of cricket and wore a stick of celery on his lapel. After a difficult regeneration, this Doctor displayed energy, compassion and innocence not seen in his predecessors. His character was very human and vulnerable. Like them, he used improvisation as the best way out of a tricky situation. The Fifth Doctor was the first incarnation since the First Doctor to go “hands free” and forgo the usage of a sonic screwdriver after having it destroyed. He occasionally wore glasses, even though he didn’t need them; he only wore them to make himself look clever.  He was the first Doctor to sacrifice himself for another, when he and Peri Brown were dying from Spectrox toxaemia; with only one dose of the antidote available, he gave her the cure rather than taking it himself.
  • The Sixth Doctor was a grandiose and eloquent incarnation. He sported a multi-coloured wardrobe that looked like it was designed by Christian Lacroix; it was often commented upon, occasionally leading to him being mistaken for a jester. This Doctor loved a good quote, often making one he deemed appropriate during an adventure. He also proved to have great acting skills on numerous occasions. ) His manic personality and acerbic wit could shade into moral passion, but his lack of concern for little things disgusted his companions. He was also capable of violent action, much more so than his past lives, and of killing without remorse when his life was threatened. Like the Fourth Doctor, he spent most of his travels with a single companion.
  • The Seventh Doctor had a voice touched by a Scottish burr. A keen strategist and scientist and especially early in his life, lighthearted, this Doctor was a planner of the highest order. Embracing the complexities of time travel and his ability to manipulate and plan for the future, the Seventh fully embraced his role of Time Lord, even if it risked alienating his companions.  However, he wished to help heal psychological scars from which his companions suffered.
  • The Eighth Doctor showed a romantic and sensitive side not displayed by previous Doctors. Less morally flexible than his immediate predecessor, the Eighth Doctor suffered from bouts of amnesia, first after his regeneration and again after Gallifrey was destroyed following the War with the Enemy.  He broke down after the death of his Great-Grandson Alex Campbell and companion Lucie Miller, who died defeating a Dalek invasion of Earth. Unlike other Doctors, the Eighth spent his travels crossing between parallel universes  and amidst time paradoxes, making his personal timeline hard to piece together.
  • The “War Doctor” was an incarnation specifically chosen to be that of a warrior who would fight in the Last Great Time War. The regeneration into this incarnation was aided by the Sisterhood of Karn.  Although being a warrior, he still showed charm and compassion like his earlier selves. Due to the belief that he had destroyed Gallifrey, he was treated with shame and contempt by his future incarnations. His eleventh incarnation stated that his actions broke “the promise” of the “name of the Doctor”.  This assessment changed somewhat once the real end of the Time War was revealed and was described after that as being the Doctor most of all by his future selves.
  • The Ninth Doctor considered himself the sole Time Lord survivor of the Time War (he spent his life thinking that he was responsible for destroying the Time Lords). He displayed much of the playfulness of his previous incarnations, but was emotionally and psychologically scarred by the war and his role in it, which sometimes resulted in a detachment that was interpreted by some as cruelty. ) When asked about his voice and accent, he responded, “Lots of planets have a North.”  He cared deeply for Rose; he began to heal thanks to her.  He also made dry jokes when facing danger or to diffuse tension. The Ninth Doctor ultimately sacrificed himself to save Rose’s life, not only proving his affection for her, but allowing him to make peace with his past.
  • The Tenth Doctor had a manic personality with a fondness for human pop culture references. However, his more outgoing personality traits largely existed to hide leftover emotional trauma from the Time War. While he had a bright, playful side, darker traits occasionally emerged. He continued his previous incarnation’s love for Rose Tyler, though he was unable or unwilling to express his exact feelings.  He experienced other romances on occasion, including with historic figures Madame de Pompadour and Queen Elizabeth I.  However, they all ended badly. He was also the first Doctor to explicitly fear and dodge regeneration, because he had grown attached to his attributes and felt like it was a form of death and loss of identity; indeed, he is the first Doctor to actually undergo a regeneration (after being shot by a Dalek) yet retain his appearance and personality ; confirmed as a regeneration  When the time came for him to fully regenerate, he was completely heartbroken before accepting his destiny.
  • The Eleventh Doctor exhibited a renewed youthful enthusiasm for adventure. He could quickly turn frantically angry and ruthless when events demanded.  Like his Second and Seventh selves before him, he was a cunning schemer, executing temporally complex plans and misdirections to achieve victory against his enemies.  He frequently referred to himself as being old, showing his age on more than a few occasions.  Through his marriage to River Song, he found a sense of family again with her and his in-laws, and was distraught when circumstances separated him from them. Some events still provided painful reminders of his role in the Time War.  He was the final incarnation before the Time Lords granted him a new regeneration cycle.
  • The Twelfth Doctor displayed an acerbic wit coupled with sarcasm. Like his seventh incarnation, he was manipulative and practical to a fault. He lacked much of the empathy present in his immediate predecessors, and as a result found himself coming off as callous or uncaring on many occasions. In spite of this he shared the Eleventh Doctor’s lack of tact and odd behaviour. He had a tendency to brush off death around him, in order to focus on the task at hand. However, because of this he expressed doubt as to whether he was a “good” man.  He eventually accepted that he wasn’t a good man, but decided he wasn’t a bad one either, being just “an idiot with a box.” He was also not completely uncaring as shown when Clara Oswald tried to force him to help her save Danny Pink and he stated afterwards that even though she betrayed him in the worst way, it didn’t change his willingness to help her or how much he cared. This incarnation had the same face as Lobus Caecilius, a man whose family he once saved from the eruption of Pompeii ; the Doctor did not remember this until following the (initial) death of Ashildr he had an epiphany about his purpose . Although less affectionate than his predecessor, at one point dismissing his eleventh incarnation’s infatuation with Clara as “a mistake”, the Doctor and Clara’s relationship, especially after the death of Danny Pink, deepened to the point where his infatuation increased into an obsession with her safety and fear of losing her, leading him to threaten all of space and time on a 4.5-billion-year gambit to undo her subsequent death; although he successfully rendered her functionally (if temporarily) immortal, he was forced to erase most of his substantial memories of her. This incarnation subsequently used the hard-earned lesson of the loss of Clara to finally resolve his relationship with River Song, allowing her to finally meet her own fate after having put it off since his eleventh incarnation. 

 

 

Causes of regeneration

  • The First Doctor was weakened by Mondas as it drained Earth’s energy, succumbing to old age.
  • The Second Doctor had regeneration forced upon him by the Time Lords as part of his punishment for breaking the Laws of Time; his appearance was chosen for him after he rejected all choices.
  • The Third Doctor suffered radiation poisoning from the Great One’s web of Metebelis crystals, then got lost in the time vortex for a decade before returning to UNIT HQ.
  • The Fourth Doctor was severely injured after plummeting from the Pharos Project radio telescope.
  • The Fifth Doctor suffered exposure to unrefined Spectrox, sacrificing himself to give the bat’s milk needed to cure it to Peri.
  • The Sixth Doctor was compelled to travel to the Lakertyan System by a mental impulse sent to him by an alternative future Sixth Doctor, in order to stop the Valeyard from stealing the lives of every Time Lord to ever exist. Upon arrival, his TARDIS was bombarded by radiation coming from Lakertya, radiation that was deadly to Time Lords. He died from exposure to said radiation. (AUDIO: The Brink of Death)
  • The Seventh Doctor was lightly injured after being caught in the middle of a gang war; his circulatory system was damaged by Grace Holloway during surgery to “fix” his abnormal heart-beat.
  • The Eighth Doctor regenerated after he tried to help a pilot named Cass escape from a crashing ship. Cass refused his help however, when she identified his ship as a TARDIS and therefore his being a Time Lord, who she despised because of the Time War. He died when the ship crashed, but was revived temporarily by the Sisterhood of Karn, who not only offered to trigger his regeneration, they also offered him a choice on the characteristics of his next incarnation.
  • The “War Doctor” regenerated because his long-lived elderly body had grown precariously weak after an entire lifetime of fighting in the Time War. The tipping point was at the end of the war, when he helped to save Gallifrey from being destroyed by one billion-billion Daleks and place it in a different dimension. With the Time War concluded and his will to persist as that incarnation for as long it waged settled, his regeneration began before his vitality drained entirely. He remarked that his body was “wearing a bit thin,” like his distant predecessor.
  • The Ninth Doctor removed the Time Vortex’s energy from Rose Tyler, channelling it back into the heart of the TARDIS. However, his brief possession of the energy very nearly destroyed his cellular structure completely. Because of the damage, he had to regenerate.
  • The Tenth Doctor was grazed by a shot fired from a Dalek during their 2009 invasion of Earth. He used his regenerative energy to heal himself, but then siphoned off the rest of the cycle into his extra hand to prevent his full transformation into another form. The regeneration energy stored in the hand allowed it to grow into another Doctor, when it came into contact with Donna Noble.
  • The Tenth Doctor absorbed the radiation from a nuclear vault supply to spare Wilfred Mott. Unlike the other Doctors, he held off the regeneration for a long time; the result was explosive damage to the TARDIS that caused it to crash and regenerate itself.
  • The Eleventh Doctor spent centuries defending the town of Christmas, on the planet Trenzalore. Before his body succumbed to old age, he was granted a new regeneration cycle by the now-surviving Time Lords and began the process when standing on top of the Clock Tower on Trenzalore. This was perhaps his most destructive regeneration process yet, as he destroyed several Daleks and their ship with the regeneration energy. It restored his body to a younger form, but didn’t immediately change him into his next incarnation. The change finally occurred shortly after he returned to the TARDIS.
  • The Twelfth Doctor fought against Cybermen on a 400 mile long colony ship reversing from a black hole, causing time to move at different speeds. Following the death and conversion of his companion, Bill Potts, the Doctor was confronted by two versions of The Master. While escaping the bottom of the ship he was attacked by a Cyberman and began his regeneration. Later he was stuck several times by another Cyberman and started to regenerate before he blew up the floor taking the Cybermen with him. After being saved by Bill he fought against his regeneration and is currently refusing to undergo it.

 

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Companions were the Doctor’s closest friends. Such people knew the Doctor’s “secret”: that he was someone non-human who travelled in time and space in a police box-shaped craft called the TARDIS. They often directly saved his life  or provided him with a perspective that prevented him from abusing his Time Lord powers.

List of companion deaths

During the course of the show’s history, there have been a few occasions when companions have died while on adventures with the Doctor. They are:

  • Katarina, killed in episode 4 of The Daleks’ Master Plan when she opens the airlock of a spaceship after being taken hostage by a convict.
  • Sara Kingdom, is killed in episode 12 of The Daleks’ Master Plan when she undergoes extreme aging as a side-effect of the First Doctor’s activation of a “Time Destructor” device.
  • Adric dies at the end of Episode 4 of Earthshock in the explosion of a bomb-laden space freighter in Earth’s atmosphere.
  • Kamelion, an android companion, is destroyed by the Fifth Doctor in Episode 4 of Planet of Fire as an act of mercy after Kamelion is taken over by the Master and asks the Doctor to destroy him.
  • K-9 Mark III sacrifices himself in “School Reunion” in order to save the Doctor and his friends from a group of aliens. The subsequent K-9 Mark IV that the Doctor leaves with Sarah Jane tells her that the Mark III’s files have been transferred to the new machine.
  • Astrid Peth sacrifices herself in order to kill Max Capricorn by driving him into a reactor core at the end of “Voyage of the Damned”. The Tenth Doctor partially resurrects her and sends her atoms flying into space.
  • Adelaide Brooke kills herself in “The Waters of Mars” to preserve a fixed point in time.
  • Clara Oswald is killed by a Quantum Shade in “Face the Raven”. In “Hell Bent”, the Doctor uses Time Lord technology to “extract” Clara from the moment before her death, but it remains a fixed event to which she must eventually return.

It should be noted that, of the examples given above, only Adric, Clara and Bill were ongoing, “long-term” companions of the Doctor. All others listed either appeared for the first time and died in the same storyline (Sara, Astrid, Adelaide), or died in their second on-screen appearance in a Doctor Who storyline (Katarina, Kamelion, K-9 Mark III).

Others are implied or stated to have died years after parting company with the Doctor.

  • Sarah Jane Smith alludes to the death of Harry Sullivan in the epilogue of “Death of the Doctor”, in which she speaks of several former companions in the present tense, and Harry in the past tense.
  • The Eleventh Doctor learns of the death of the Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart in “The Wedding of River Song” via phone call, coinciding with the death of the actor who portrayed him, Nicholas Courtney.
  • In “The Angels Take Manhattan”, Rory Williams and Amy Pond are displaced in time by a Weeping Angel; Amy allows the Angel to send her back so she can be with Rory. A gravestone reveals they died, Amy at the age of 87 and Rory age 82.

MONSTERS AND ENEMIES

 

 

From living plastic to Weeping Angels, and from a man made of sweets to villainous Time Ladies. Prepare to be exterminated, deleted, shrunk, mutated, eaten, brainwashed, candy-coated and zapped-back-in-time-to-live-yourself-to-death. Meet the worst of the worst – some of the Doctor’s greatest foes.

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The Doctor first encountered the Daleks on the radiation-soaked planet of Skaro, waging war with the peaceful Thals. The Daleks were the mangled and mutated remains of the Kaled people, placed in metal war machines by the Kaled’s chief scientist Davros.They fought the Time Lords in The Last Great Time War – a conflict so powerful and destructive that the universe was said to convulse.

 

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Known as “The Lonely Assassins”, the Weeping Angels are quantum-locked alien killers, as old as the universe itself. Little is known of their origins or culture. When observed, they freeze like stone, but in the blink of an eye they can move vast distances. The touch of an Angel hurls their victim back in time – allowing the Angel to feast on the energy of their unlived days.

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An aggressive clone-warrior race from Sontar, who travel in spherical ships, the Sontarans were engaged in a war lasting many thousands of years with the Rutans. In pursuit of the advantage, Commander Linx of the Fifth Sontaran Battle Group tried to invade 13th century Earth, until repelled by the Third Doctor. Later meetings with the Doctor saw the Sontarans invading the Time Lord home planet of Gallifrey, forcing the Sixth Doctor to build them a time travel machine, and trying to covert Earth’s atmosphere into one suitable for warrior cloning using the ATMOS machines.

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Rather than a specific race, The Silence are a religious order. Their agents on Earth have been there since before the dawn of mankind, directing human evolution. Through the use post-hypnotic suggestion, The Silence make people who see them instantly forget their existence. After an incursion with The Eleventh Doctor, Amy, Rory and River Song, the Silence became known to mankind, temporarily halting their plan.

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Davros was Chief Scientist of the Kaleds towards the end of their thousand year war with the Thals on the planet Skaro. Confined to a mobile life-support system, Davros developed a final solution to end the war: The Daleks – mutated Kaleds robbed or morality and with added aggression, placed inside armoured shells called the Mark III Travel Machines.

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A childhood friend of the Doctor, the Master was driven insane after looking into the Untempered Schism on Gallifrey at the age of eight. Like the Doctor, he fled from the Time Lord’s home planet in a stolen TARDIS. However the Master’s motives have never been pure – frequently seeking alliances with aliens like the Daleks, the Nestene Consciousness and the Rani in an effort to conquer the galaxy. Running out of natural regenerations, he began assimilating other bodies, before eventually dying. Resurrected by the Time Lords him as the perfect warrior, he fought in the Time War before hiding – first as Professor Yana then as Harry Saxon. Shot by his wife but being once more reborn, he was last seen forcing Rassilon and the Time Lords back into the hell of Time War-ravaged Gallifrey

 

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A hive-minded, peaceful race of alien telepaths, who due to their docile nature are often farmed and enslaved by humans. Natural, or “unprocessed” Ood hold their hindbrains in their hands, whereas those that have been processed have this replaced by a translator ball.

The Doctor and Rose first encountered Ood serving on Krop Tor, where the Beast of the Pit attacked their telepathic field to turn the whole flock into killers. During the Doctor’s next meeting – at Ood Operations, a refinery on the Ood Sphere – he first heard the song of the Ood, and helped liberate the Ood’s collective consciousness. Their telepathic sensitivity enabled them to foretell the return of the Master, the creation of a Doctor-Donna and the regeneration of the Tenth Doctor.

A lone Ood, called Nephew, was trapped in House’s pocket universe. He was atomised by Idris and the Doctor’s junk TARDIS materialising. Various members of the Ood race can be spotted in the Maldovarium and on Earth, hidden in a ‘trap street’