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Quiz about Introducing Doctor 13
Quiz about Introducing Doctor 13

Introducing Doctor 13 Trivia Quiz


Jodie Whittaker broke new ground as the Thirteenth Doctor in series 11. So what happened when she took over the role?

A multiple-choice quiz by AcrylicInk. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
AcrylicInk
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
394,767
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
321
Last 3 plays: Dorsetmaid (10/10), Guest 92 (10/10), Guest 121 (6/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. In "The Woman Who Fell to Earth", the Thirteenth Doctor crashed to earth and landed inside a train. What event did she immediately come upon? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. What did the Doctor find at the end of "The Ghost Monument"? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. The Doctor and her friends met a famous Rosa in series eleven. What is the last name of the activist they met?

Answer: (One word, last name)
Question 4 of 10
4. Which type of creature was supersized in "Arachnids in the UK"? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. In "The Tsuranga Conundrum", the Doctor came across a peculiar alien called a Pting. What was unusual about it? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. Whose family history was the Doctor exploring in "Demons of the Punjab"? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Episode seven took place in a Kerblam! warehouse. What did the company specialise in? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. In "The Witchfinders", the Doctor realised that the village's problems were caused by alien activity, not witchcraft. Which famous royal witch-hunter did the Doctor have to convince? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. There was a portal to a parallel world in "It Takes You Away". Which bedroom object was the portal contained in? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Which alien returned in "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos"? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. In "The Woman Who Fell to Earth", the Thirteenth Doctor crashed to earth and landed inside a train. What event did she immediately come upon?

Answer: An alien hunting a human

Tzim-Sha (or Tim Shaw as the Doctor called him) was hunting a human. He was a Stenza warrior who was supposed to demonstrate strength and skill by tracking down and capturing a marked human without the use of weapons or technology. Tzim-Sha had ignored that rule and planned to eliminate any witnesses.

The Doctor, with the help of her new friends, tracked down the alien and saved his human target.
2. What did the Doctor find at the end of "The Ghost Monument"?

Answer: The TARDIS

The Doctor fell out of the TARDIS mid-flight in "Twice Upon a Time". She crash landed on a train in "The Woman Who Fell to Earth" and, after dealing with Tzim-Sha, attempted to teleport to the TARDIS's location. The planet had fallen out of orbit, however, and the Doctor, Ryan, Graham, and Yaz ended up in deep space.

The group were picked up by the participants of a race. They all arrived on a planet called Desolation, on which the finish line was located at a place known as The Ghost Monument. The Monument only appeared once every 1000 sun rotations: it was the TARDIS trying to materialise.
3. The Doctor and her friends met a famous Rosa in series eleven. What is the last name of the activist they met?

Answer: Parks

Occasionally, the Doctor meets real historical characters, and Rosa Parks was one of them. The group landed in Alabama in 1955, where racial segregation was part of everyday life. The Doctor and her friends stuck out like a sore thumb as Ryan was black, and the others didn't shun him like other white people did. (And Yaz seemed to be the only person in town with Asian heritage.) The TARDIS crew were witness to the bittersweet moment when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus.

The episode was praised for the thought-provoking way it tackled issues of race.
4. Which type of creature was supersized in "Arachnids in the UK"?

Answer: Spiders

This was not a nice episode for anyone who was afraid of spiders! Why were they so big? A research team in Sheffield were carrying out genetic experiments on spiders. The dead specimens were taken to an illegal industrial waste dump as the waste management company tried to cut corners.

The manager of the company then built a hotel on top of the dump, where a genetically altered spider produced huge, mutated offspring.
5. In "The Tsuranga Conundrum", the Doctor came across a peculiar alien called a Pting. What was unusual about it?

Answer: It ate non-organic material, such as metal.

After becoming injured at a space junk scrapyard, the TARDIS crew ended up on a transport ship en route to a medical space station. The Pting was a solitary creature that could survive in the vaccuum of space. It was drawn to energy sources, which is what it liked to eat most.

The anti-matter core that powered the medical transport ship was on the menu. The Pting also ate metal, which made it incredibly difficult to capture.
6. Whose family history was the Doctor exploring in "Demons of the Punjab"?

Answer: Yaz's

Yaz was intrigued by her grandmother's past, but there were certain events that she wouldn't talk about. Despite the potential problems, the Doctor agreed to take Yasmin and the others back to Asia in 1947. Her grandmother, Umbreen, was preparing to marry, but the groom-to-be was not Yaz's grandfather.

A Muslim (Umbreen) and a Hindu (Prem) were about to marry - a controversial union, especially on the eve of the partition of India. "Demons of the Punjab" showed that it was not just aliens that could be monsters.
7. Episode seven took place in a Kerblam! warehouse. What did the company specialise in?

Answer: Online shopping

Kerblam! was an online shopping company that served a whole galaxy. The Doctor received a distress call inside a delivery and posed as a new employee in order to investigate. As most of the jobs in the warehouse were carried out automatically by robots, there were only a small number of humans working there. Unfortunately, they were disappearing one by one.
8. In "The Witchfinders", the Doctor realised that the village's problems were caused by alien activity, not witchcraft. Which famous royal witch-hunter did the Doctor have to convince?

Answer: King James

The Scottish and English King James (1566-1625) considered himself to be something of a witch-hunting expert. He made an appearance in Lancashire, England, in the episode "The Witchfinders". Accusations and death sentences were being thrown left, right, and centre in the this episode. Even the Doctor wasn't safe.

The witch trials of 16th and 17th century England were truly terrifying. Those accused of witchcraft were dunked under water; if the suspect floated and survived, they were a witch and were sentenced to death; if they drowned, they were innocent... but still dead.
9. There was a portal to a parallel world in "It Takes You Away". Which bedroom object was the portal contained in?

Answer: Mirror

The TARDIS landed near a remote cabin in Norway. Locked away inside the cabin was Hanne, a blind teenager whose father had gone out and not returned. He hadn't left through the front door, however. A mirror in the attic turned out to be a portal to another universe. Hanne's father had travelled through the portal in order to be with the entity he believed to be his deceased wife.
10. Which alien returned in "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos"?

Answer: Tzim-Sha

Tzim-Sha arrived on Earth in the first episode of series eleven, "The Woman Who Fell to Earth". He was the reason that Grace (Ryan's grandmother and Graham's wife) died at the end of the episode. Unfortunately, the Doctor was not able to defeat Tzim-Sha the first time round, and he reappeared on the planet Ranskoor Av Kolos in the final episode of the series.
Source: Author AcrylicInk

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