|Title||Champion of Earth|
|Age||900 (?) (S2), 901? (S5)|
|Height||6'0" (S2), 6'1" (S5)|
|Weight||170 lbs (S2), 161 lbs (S5)|
|Species||Time Lord (S2)
Traveler, Fugitive (S5)
|Likes||The TARDIS, people, showing off, bananas (S2)
The TARDIS, adventure, being right, people (S5)
|Dislikes||Oppression, failure, people, himself, pears (S2)
Pears, genocide, people, being stuck in one place (S5)
|Traits||Intelligent, Outspoken (S2)
Outspoken, Confident (S5)
The Doctor is a traveler who, if believed, has been all over time and a great deal of space in his home universe. Traveling in a ship known as the TARDIS, he frequently ends up at the center of volatile events either by accident or design. Despite any claims he makes to the contrary, his inability to let danger or injustice pass unnoticed is apparently what earned him the title of Champion of Earth. Over the course of Season 2 he offered several other Champions the opportunity of traveling with him, eventually extending the offer to all those who survived the final trial.
At the beginning of the revived Champion Excellence Program, the Doctor appeared to have regenerated.
The Doctor appeared in Season 2's bonus content four times, visiting both Overseers Bolton White and Jamie Fell twice each.
The Doctor appeared in the unaired pilot, attempting to threaten the Overseers via messages sent through C.E.C.E after the delivery of the motive. His efforts to find an escape route throughout the week were futile, and he helped investigate the crime scene directly after McCree was killed.
Related characters and concepts
- Time Lords: The Doctor's race, described as one of the first civilizations of the universe and possessing incredibly advanced technology including time-travel and teleportation. The Doctor says they possess two hearts, indicating that humans likely only have one. It is also implied that they possess various telepathic and mental abilities, but the PIPs power suppression makes this impossible to verify.
- Daleks: A genetically engineered race described as "distilled hatred" and a long-time enemy of the Doctor's. They can be seen when the Doctor attempts to recreate his last memories in the Champion Excellence Program station's holodeck.
- The Time War: A massive conflict between the Time Lords and the Daleks, of which the Doctor claims to be the only survivor. During the secrets motive, he privately confesses to Xander that he personally ended the war with an act of genocide against both races, believing the danger to the rest of the universe to be too great.
- The TARDIS: The Doctor's ship; seen when he recreates the interior control room in the Holodeck. Promotional material reveals that the exterior appears as a small blue box, indicating that it may be constructed using dimensionally transcendental technologies. It is currently unknown what the name means, if anything; it is speculated that it may be an acronym or a word in the Doctor's native Gallifreyan, but both theories are unverified.
- Regeneration: The ability of a Time Lord to refresh their body upon death or fatal injury, taking on an entirely new appearance and personality; the Doctor attributes the length of his lifespan to this. Described to Jane Crocker as being "like dying" and highly disorienting at best.
- Rose Tyler: A young woman who was traveling with the Doctor prior to his induction into the Champion Excellence Program. The exact nature of their relationship is unclear, but the Doctor was highly distressed after first remembering her, demanding answers from Overseer Jamie Fell in the bonus content. She was also mentioned to Yurika as someone she should contact in the event of the Doctor's death.
- In the unaired pilot the Doctor complains about being stymied by the lack of supplies, claiming he could do something with "even just a screwdriver." When he appeared in Season 2, he eventually received a device he called a Sonic Screwdriver from the Benefactors, but it was damaged and largely inoperable. With weeks of repair, it eventually allowed the Champions to exit the simulation through the Clown Room's emergency back door.
- The Doctor is the only non-human Champion to survive his season. Angelica, the Griffin, Shadow, Rukia, Toby, and Seth all perished during the season, either as culprits or victims.