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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

For other uses of the name Jenny see Jenny (disambiguation)
Also known as: The Doctor's daughter
G.I Jane (by Donna Noble)
Race: Gallifreyan (Time Lady)
Home Planet: Messaline
Home Era: 61st century
Appearances: DW: The Doctor's Daughter
DW: Journey's End (re-used footage)
Actor: Georgia Moffett
"Oh, I've got the whole universe! Planets to save, civilisations to rescue, creatures to defeat... and an awful lot of running to do!"

Jenny was the artificially-created "daughter" of the Doctor created from his genes.




A short war waged on the planet Messaline between Humans and Hath. The Humans and Hath used progenation machines to instantly create mentally programmed young adults from DNA of a single parent. When the Doctor with Donna Noble and Martha Jones arrived on Messaline, he had Jenny made from him against his will from a skin sample just prior to an ambush by Hath.

The then-nameless Jenny pushed a button which triggered an explosion, causing the collapse of the tunnel that cut the group off from the Hath and from Martha. Shortly after, Jenny, was named by the Doctor's companion Donna Noble from the Doctor's original description of her as a 'generated anomaly'.

Jenny's commander, Cobb, had Jenny locked up with the Doctor and Donna. While in this cell, Donna proved to the Doctor that Jenny was indeed his daughter; she listened to Jenny's heartbeat and found that, like the Doctor, she had two hearts. However, the Doctor said that she was only an "echo" and that a naturally-born Time Lord "is so much more". Jenny helped the others by kissing Cline and then taking his pistol. The Doctor found his daughter very capable though she was inclined towards violence, he later convinced her not to kill Cobb when she had the chance.

As the three of them made their way towards the Source, which Cobb and the Hath both sought, Jenny spoke with the Doctor about the possibility of traveling with him, and he told her that he would never leave her. The Doctor told the respective parties to end the war, whereupon General Cobb aimed his gun and shot at him. Jenny here showed her compassion by standing in the way of the bullet. She was shot through one of her hearts, and died, but did not regenerate.

Jenny's miraculous recovery

While laying in state, however, Jenny returned to life, stole a shuttlecraft, and left Messaline, determined to save other worlds and to do "an awful lot of running" like her father. (DW: The Doctor's Daughter)

Davros tried to manipulate the Doctor when he moved the Earth to the Medusa Cascade by asking the Doctor how many people have died in his name. Jenny is one of the people he thinks of, as he is unaware of Jenny's revival. It should also be noted that the flashback of Jenny has sound, that of the fatal gunshot (whereas the others do not). Clearly Jenny's death has a greater effect on him than the others he remembers, and his expression becomes much sadder.(DW: Journey's End)


Jenny showed a lot of the brilliance, lust for life and determination typical of her father. She also was quite flirtatous. Though programming had made her military-minded and goal-oriented, ultimately proves that she has too much of her father in her blood as she soon adopted the Doctor's values and principles, though she could also challenge him. (DW: The Doctor's Daughter)

Inherited characteristics

Being biologically Gallifreyan, Jenny has two hearts, as well as reflexes, precision timing and acrobatic ability far beyond that of an average Human. After her death, she shortly returned to life, expelling a "breath" of pure energy, though, unlike other Time Lords undergoing regeneration, she did not change physically. (DW: The Doctor's Daughter) However this could be because she was technically within the first fifteen hours of her regeneration cycle and could regenerate without changing again (similar to the Doctor's severed hand, DW: The Christmas Invasion).It should also be noted that the Master's and the Doctor regenerating energy are different so it is possible that she regenerated. It is also possible due to the way she was created, her regeneration may simply just repair the damage to her body, that she's not Time Lady enough to change forms.

Other information

The presence of Jenny drew the Doctor's TARDIS to Messaline, paradoxically, before her creation, so that she, in effect, caused herself to exist. (DW: The Doctor's Daughter) However, this may be due to the TARDIS being old and faulty, so it got there earlier than the time it was being summoned to.

As the Doctor is Jenny's father, many of her relatives are unknown. She is the Doctor's youngest child as he states that he had fathered children and had a family before, making Jenny their sister on some level (or more accurately their half-sister as, assuming the Doctor's other children were born naturally, they would have the same father as Jenny, but a different mother, since Jenny did not actually have a mother). (DW: The Empty Child, DW: Fear Her, DW: The Doctor's Daughter) Susan Foreman, the Doctor's granddaughter who travelled with him during his first incarnation and the only other relative other than Jenny to appear on screen, is technically Jenny's niece (DW: An Unearthly Child, DW: The Empty Child), assuming Susan is truly the Doctor's biological grandaughter (NA: Lungbarrow).

Although not considered a companion of the Doctor's, Jenny can be, at least, considered a "companion presumptive" as it is clear, once the Doctor accepts her as his daughter, that she would travel with him and Donna. Her apparent "death" ended these plans. This places Jenny in the same category as Astrid Peth and Lynda Moss, both of whom were invited to travel with the Doctor, and accepted the invitation (as Jenny does), yet both die before they are able to do so. However, since Jenny revived, it could be that she could later re-encounter the Doctor and become one of his companions, if their paths should cross in a later episode, unlike the previous 'companion presumptives'.

Behind the Scenes

Jenny was played by Georgia Moffett the daughter of Peter Davison, who played the Fifth Doctor. Moffett had auditioned for several other roles on the series, including Rose Tyler and had also performed in a Doctor Who Big Finish audio drama alongside her father in 2000.

Steven Moffat is credited with suggesting that Jenny be brought back to life at the end of the episode. This led to rumors that Georgia Moffett was in the running to return as a companion for the Eleventh Doctor. Ultimately, Karen Gillan was cast in this role.

Although The Sun, a UK tabloid, speculated that Moffett would appear as Jenny in one of the 2009 specials, she did not make an appearance. There is no confirmed news as yet whether she will make an appearance in the future. Moffett, however, has returned to the franchise, providing the voice of an unrelated character named Cassie Rice for the animated serial Dreamland, which is not officially considered one of the specials, and she is also continuing to do voice acting work for Big Finish Productions in 2010.

See also

Time Lords
The Doctor  • The Master  • The Rani  • Romana  • Borusa  • Omega  • Rassilon  • The Other  • Morbius  • The Monk  • The War Chief  • Susan Foreman  • Jenny  • The Woman  • Darkel  • Hedin  • Maxil  • K'anpo Rimpoche  • Flavia  • Thalia  • Goth  • Drax  • The Valeyard  • The Visionary
See also: Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor  • Donna Noble

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From Muppet Wiki

Jenny and Kermit

Jenny is a waitress who befriends Kermit the Frog in The Muppets Take Manhattan. Jenny works part-time in her father Pete's luncheonette while also attending a fashion design school. Jenny supports Kermit throughout his travails, but their platonic friendship arouses the jealousy of Miss Piggy, never moreso than when Kermit gives Jenny the huggies. Jenny designs the costumes for Manhattan Melodies.

See also

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

For the Fallout 3 food merchant, see Jenny Stahl.
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race: Human
affiliation: None
role: Bath attendant
location: Klamath
appearances: Fallout 2
quests: Find Vic the Trader
dialogue file: KCJENNY.MSG

Jenny is a bath attendant working in the bath house in Klamath. You can ask Jenny about Vic and she can also put the Den on your world map.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Jennifer.
NOTE: If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

Jennifer may refer to:

Jenny may refer to:

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about character from Tatooine. You may be looking for character from Artorias.
Biographical information


Physical description




Chronological and political information

Rebellion era


Chalmun's Cantina

Jenny was a Human "B-girl" who sat by Han Solo at Chalmun's Cantina, flirting with him shortly before he met Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Behind the scenes

Jenny was named after the actress who portrayed her in A New Hope, Jenny Cresswell. Her character was intended to be seen flirting with Han Solo, but their scene together didn't make the final cut of the film. She can still be seen in Chalmun's Cantina in widescreen releases of A New Hope, at the far left of the shot at 45:05 by SE DVD timing.

In the novelization of the film, Han's companion is a humanoid woman described as having "a wide, if inhuman, grin."


  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (novel) (described as non-Human)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (Deleted scenes)


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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about little-seen human girl from the Generation One manga. For the little-seen human girl from Robots in Disguise, see Jenny (RID).
Jenny is a human friend to the Autobots from the Generation One continuity family.
No, there really isn't a better full-body image of her available.
Always lead with your best side.

Jenny is a young American girl who has somehow earned the trust and friendship of the Autobots. She has a very technically savvy mind and is often paired with Toru on scouting missions. She's also not afraid to use her feminine charms to seduce horny robots.

Yes, you read that correctly.


"Full Throttle Scramble Power!" Manga


Jenny, Toru and Hound were sent by Optimus Prime to find the location of the Decepticons' newest doomsday device, the Omega Whip (which was really a cannon, but, well...). They found the hidden base, but were quickly captured by Starscream. As the Autobots and Decepticons did battle outside, with the Autobots at the losing end, things seemed hopeless. That is, until Jenny used her feminine wiles to dupe Starscream into a snuggly hug. With the Seeker distracted, Jenny placed a fusion plate she had reprogrammed onto his back. Now with complete control over Starscream's motor functions, Jenny forced him to destroy the Omega Whip.

Jenny and friends managed to escape with the help of Blaster as the entire Autobot army, including Metroplex, arrived on the scene. Defeated, Megatron ordered the Decepticons to retreat. Jenny and Toru celebrated their victory with ample amounts of hugs and kisses, but quickly stopped after Prime began to ask them embarrassing questions about their actions. Full Throttle Scramble Power!

External links

  • Full Throttle Scramble Power! in English

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