The Honey Pot

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K-9 Knows who’s a good dog.

Doctor Who Series 2: School Reunion

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K-9

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Tech Specs for K-9, from the Doctor Who Technical Manual.

K-9 — was the designation given to a series of intelligent, dog-like robots who served as companions for the Fourth Doctor, Leela, Romana, Sarah Jane Smith and Starkey.

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Also, he is a very good dog.

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Steampunk K-9
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A retro-futuristic revisioning of a robo-canine companion?  Affirmative.

See also this steampunk K-9

doctorwho:

Steampunk K-9

twelvedoctors:

A retro-futuristic revisioning of a robo-canine companion?

Affirmative.

See also this steampunk K-9

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GPOY

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A Companion To The Doctor’s Companions: K9
So, a robot dog, with a gun in his snout, a plunger in between his eyes and radar ears. Why dies he work? Well, apart from the ears, which are very cute, the voice actor John Leeson can take most of the rest of the credit. Rather than re-creating the internal monologue of a real dog, which would essentially be “HELLO! I LOVE YOU! HAVE YOU GOT ANY FOOD? SCRATCH ME! I HAVE A SAD FACE! HELLO! I’M HUNGRY! I LOVE YOU! HELLO!”, the decision was taken to make K9 a robotic Jeeves. So his is often the voice of caution, next to the Doctor’s wayward streak and Leela’s barbarity. He’s the grown-up to their impulsive teens. He’s also a very good guard dog….
read the rest at Anglophenia

doctorwho:

A Companion To The Doctor’s Companions: K9

So, a robot dog, with a gun in his snout, a plunger in between his eyes and radar ears. Why dies he work? Well, apart from the ears, which are very cute, the voice actor John Leeson can take most of the rest of the credit. Rather than re-creating the internal monologue of a real dog, which would essentially be “HELLO! I LOVE YOU! HAVE YOU GOT ANY FOOD? SCRATCH ME! I HAVE A SAD FACE! HELLO! I’M HUNGRY! I LOVE YOU! HELLO!”, the decision was taken to make K9 a robotic Jeeves. So his is often the voice of caution, next to the Doctor’s wayward streak and Leela’s barbarity. He’s the grown-up to their impulsive teens. He’s also a very good guard dog….

read the rest at Anglophenia