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Angus Goodman
Race: Human
Home Planet: Parallel Earth
Home Era: 1963 (parallel)

Angus ("Gus") Goodman, traveled with the Doctor.


Gus was an American fighter pilot from a timeline in which World War II was still being fought in 1963. The Doctor had accidentally taken the TARDIS without realising that the idyllic island he had picked out as a holiday spot was not on an alien planet, but somewhere in the Pacific of that parallel Earth. Gus had crashed on the island after a dogfight with a Japanese plane. Discovering the Doctor, he put a pistol to his head, but and accepted the Doctor's offer to take him off the island. (DWM: 4-Dimensional Vistas)

As was usual for the Doctor, though he did not take Gus home by the direct route. Back in the Doctor's own universe, they first encountered the Doctor's old enemy, the renegade Time Lord, the Monk, who had allied himself with Ice Warriors to create a gigantic sonic cannon. (DWM: 4-Dimensional Vistas) After thwarting their plans, the two travelled to the planet Celeste, where they were captured by the malevolent frog-like businessman, Josiah W. Dogbolter. The Doctor offended Dogbolter when he refused to sell the TARDIS to him, so sent a hitman, the Moderator, after him. Just as the Doctor had dropped Gus off at someplace like home, the Moderator ambushed them and shot Gus, who, in the ensuing hail of gunfire, managed to shoot back and incapacitate the Moderator. Gus died from his wounds. The Doctor left Gus where he had fallen, but would eventually seek out and encounter Dogbolter again. (DWM: The Moderator)

Companions of the Fifth Doctor
Adric  • Tegan Jovanka  • Nyssa  • Turlough  • Kamelion  • Peri Brown
Other media
Thomas Brewster  • Sir Justin  • Shayde  • Maxwell Edison  • Gus Goodman  • Erimem  • Antranak  • Amy
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