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Carnival of Monsters

This is the second story in Season 10.

Where does this fit?

This happens fairly soon after The Three Doctors (Classic Series Season 10).

The characters listed below are the series regulars, important recurring characters, and real life historical characters. If a character's appearance is a major spoiler, then their details will be hidden in spoiler tags. In general, recurring characters are not listed here on their first appearance unless they become a series regular during the story, or they are a real life historical character.

Doctor

The Third Doctor

The third Doctor has white hair, a large nose, and tends to dress as a society dandy. He has a love of technology, historical name-dropping, and vehicles.

Companion(s)

Jo Grant

Jo Grant: is the third Doctor's assistant at UNIT. She got the job thanks to her uncle, even though she failed science at school. She first appeared in Terror of the Autons (Classic Series Season 8).

Recurring and Historical Characters

An Ogron

The Ogrons are apelike creatures who the Daleks used as slave labour in Day of the Daleks (Classic Series Season 9).

An Invasion Cyberman

The Cybermen were the inhabitants of Earth's twin planet Mondas who replaced much of their bodies with machines in order to survive it being pulled out of orbit and flying away from the sun. In the process, they removed their emotions. They were first seen in The Tenth Planet (Classic Series Season 3), and the model seen here is the same as in The Invasion (Classic Series Season 6), in which they attempted to invade Earth during the 1970s.

Recommended Viewing

None.

Recommended Reading

None.

Recommended Listening

None.

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