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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The sixth season of Doctor Who ran between 10th August 1968 and 21st June 1969. It featured Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor.

Contents

Overview

Season 6 featured the first UNIT story, The Invasion, which featured the return of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. It also featured the first official appearance of Time Lords and the Doctor's home planet (as yet unidentified by name). (Previously, another Time Lord, the Monk, had appeared, without much elaboration, though the name "Time Lord" first appeared in this season.) It also marked the end of the black-and-white era and the tenure of Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor. It consisted of 7 serials, and 44 episodes, including two epic-length storylines: the eight episode The Invasion and the 10-episode The War Games. This Season is fortunately more complete than the last 3 seasons, of which only 4 serials exist. 7 episodes from this season are lost, although audio recordings remain for all; as a result, the DVD release of The Invasion uses animation to recreate the two missing episodes from that story.

Stories

# Title Writer Episodes Notes
1 The Dominators Norman Ashby 5
2 The Mind Robber Peter Ling 5
3 The Invasion Derrick Sherwin
Concept by Kit Pedler
8 First appearances of UNIT and John Benton
4 The Krotons Robert Holmes 4 First Robert Holmes script for Doctor Who
5 The Seeds of Death Brian Hayles
Terrance Dicks (uncredited)
6 First Terrance Dicks script for Doctor Who (uncredited)
6 The Space Pirates Robert Holmes 6
7 The War Games Malcolm Hulke
Terrance Dicks
10 Final regular appearances of the Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heriot; first identified appearances by the Time Lords and first look at Gallifrey (not identified by name). Final black and white episode

Main Cast

Season 6 was the first season since Season 1 in which the core cast remained unchanged for the entire series.

Stories set during this season

Adaptations and merchandising

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Video

VHS

  • The Dominators
  • The Mind Rober
  • The Invasion (with narration of episodes 1+4)
  • The Krotons
  • The Seeds of Death
  • The War Games (on 2 tapes)
  • The Troughton Years (The Space Pirates - Episode 2)

DVD

  • The Dominators
  • The Mind Robber
  • The Invasion (with animation of episodes 1 and 4)
  • The Seeds of Death
  • Lost in Time (The Space Pirates episode 2)
  • The War Games

Novelisations

Other information

Novels and other media contend that further adventures of the Second Doctor occurred during Season 6B prior to his regeneration into the Third Doctor as seen in Season 7 of the television series.

External Links

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Season 6
The Dominators  • The Mind Robber  • The Invasion • The Krotons  • The Seeds of Death  • The Space Pirates  • The War Games
Aliens and Enemies of Season 6
The Dominators: Dominators  • Rago  • Toba  • Quarks  • Dulcians The Mind Robber: Master Brain  • Master of the Land  • White Robots  • Clockwork Soldiers  • Lemuel Gulliver  • Karkus  • Medusa  • Rapunzel  • D'Artagnan  • Lancelot  • Cyrano de Bergerac  • Blackbeard  • Minotaur  • Unicorn The Invasion: Cybermen  • Tobias Vaughn  • Packer  • Cyber-Director The Krotons: Krotons  • Eelek  • Gonds The Seeds of Death: Slaar  • Ice Warriors  • Martian Seed Pods  • Grand Marshall The Space Pirates: Maurice Caven  • Dervish The War Games: War Lords  • The War Chief  • The War Lord  • Smythe  • Security Chief  • von Weich  • Time Lords  • Goth

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

The Season 6 cast of Sesame Street.
Some of the Season 6 cast crack up (much to Oscar's dismay).
Among the guest stars this season are Richard Pryor (pictured), Arthur Ashe, The Pointer Sisters, Richie Havens, José Feliciano, and Helen Reddy.
The Typewriter makes his first appearance this season.
Luis looks for "agua" in the desert.

Sesame Street Season 6 aired from November 4, 1974 to May 2, 1975.

Episodes 0666 - 0795 (130 episodes)

Season 6 Cast

Muppets:

Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Ernie, Bert, Kermit the Frog, Cookie Monster, Don Music, Grover, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Herry Monster, Mumford, Guy Smiley, Sherlock Hemlock, Rodeo Rosie, Roosevelt Franklin, Smart Tina, Hard Head Henry Harris, Lefty's boss, Lefty, Little Jerry and the Monotones, Fred the Wonder Horse, Sully, Biff, Simon Soundman, Sam the Machine, Slimey the Worm, Anything Muppets

Human Cast:

David, Maria, Luis, Mr. Hooper, Gordon, Susan, Bob

Actors

Northern Calloway, Emilio Delgado, Will Lee, Loretta Long, Bob McGrath, Sonia Manzano, Roscoe Orman

Muppet Performers:

Caroll Spinney, Frank Oz, Jim Henson, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Fran Brill

Guest Stars

José Feliciano, Reverend Kirkpatrick, Ed Lipton, Pete Seeger, Richie Havens, Richard Pryor, Helen Reddy, The Pointer Sisters, Arthur Ashe

Season 6 Credits

  • Executive Producer: Jon Stone
  • Producer: Dulcy Singer
  • Directed by: Robert Myhrum
  • Writers: Norman Stiles, Ray Sipherd, Emily Perl Kingsley, Joseph A. Bailey, David Korr, Paul D. Zimmerman
  • Special Muppet Material by: Jerry Juhl
  • Music Director: Sam Pottle
  • Puppets and Costumes: Donald Sahlin, Kermit Love, Caroly Wilcox, John Lovelady
  • Supervising Film Producer: Edith Zornow
  • Director of Operations: Ronald L. Weaver
  • Production Supervisor: Lynn Klugman
  • Music Coordinator: Danny Epstein
  • Assistant Music Director: Dave Conner
  • Film Producer: Madeline Anderson
  • Post Production Supervisor: Ozzie Alfonso
  • Associate Director: Emily Squires
  • Assistants to the Producer: Shelley Herman, Amy Hutchings
  • Production Assistants: Selvin Evans, Judy Freudberg, Jane L. Delgado
  • Art Director: Alan J. Compton
  • Production Stage Manager: Chet O'Brien
  • Stage Managers: Jimmy Baylor, Lisa Simon
  • Property Coordinator: Nat Mongioi
  • Costume Designer: Domingo Rodriguez
  • Graphics: Gerri Brioso
  • Illustrations: Janice Carden
  • Senior Scenic Artist: Victor DiNapoli
  • Unit Manager: Glenda Jones
  • Technical Director: Ralph Mensch
  • Technical Supervisor: Walt Rauffer
  • Lighting Director: George Riesenberger
  • Sound Effects: Barbara Wood
  • Audio: Bryan Keen
  • Video: Bob Squittieri
  • Videotape Editors: Vincent Sims, John Hutchinson
  • Make-up: Phyllis Grens Sternick
  • Hair Stylist: Mickey Lawrence
  • Wardrobe: Grisha Mynova
  • Curriculum Coordinator: Robert J. Emerick
  • Vice President for Research: Edward L. Palmer, Ph.D.
  • Associate Director of Research: Patricia Hayes
  • Chairman, Board of Advisors: Gerald S. Lesser, Ph.D.
  • Vice President for Production: David D. Connell

Notes

  • This is Sam Pottle's first season as music director.
  • Starting this season, Roscoe Orman plays the role of Gordon.


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Season 5 (1973-1974) Season 7 (1975-1976)

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia


Lost Season 6 is scheduled to be the final season of Lost. It has been confirmed in an ABC press release.[1]

It premiered on February 2, 2010.[2] It was originally intended to include 16 episodes. Due to the 2007 WGA strike and producer requests, it will now comprise 18 produced hours. [3]

Contents

Season Summary

In the U.S., original episodes of season six started airing on February 2, 2010, with May 23, 2010 planned to be the airing date of the series finale. For airdates on other networks and in other countries, see Airdates.

Principal Cast

In order of character appearances

Recurring Cast

Main plot points

Season six centered on the consequences of the detonation of the hydrogen bomb, in an attempt to change the past.

Desmond's status

Entering Season 6 Henry Ian Cusick was not listed as a principal cast member on any of the show's press releases through ABC Medianet. He was also not present in any of the new character specific promotional photos for the new season. This led many to believe that with Desmond's decreased role in the show he had been downgraded to a guest star but when "LA X, Parts 1 & 2" aired he was credited as a principal cast member. When the episodes are separated for online viewing, he is also credited on the second part, which he does not appear on, meaning that this is non episode specific and similar to Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro in season 3 or Jeremy Davies, Ken Leung and Rebecca Mader in season 4.

Firsts

  • As of the most recent episode, Rose is the only recurring character to appear in every season.
  • Jack and Kate are the only two main characters who appear in every season premiere of the series.

Season 6 Plot Summary

Original Timeline (2007)

All the people who were at the Swan wake up and discover it just as Desmond left it. They hear Juliet under the wreckage and use chains in the van to get to her, but she is beyond medical help. Sawyer takes Miles to "speak" with her while burying her, and the rest of the group takes Sayid to the Temple at the instruction of Jacob.

Parallel Timeline (2004)

Season 6 Episodes

--- "Lost: Final Chapter" 08 15
01/02 "LA X, Parts 1 & 2" 09 16
03 "What Kate Does" 10 17/18
04 11
05 12
06 13
07 14


LA X, Parts 1 & 2

LA X, Parts 1 & 2
See main article: "LA X, Parts 1 & 2" (Transcript)

Episode number: 01/02

Original air date: February 02, 2010

Written by: Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse

Directed by: Jack Bender

Plot: The aftermath from Juliet's detonation of the hydrogen bomb is revealed.

Guest starring: Sam Anderson as Bernard Nadler, L. Scott Caldwell as Rose Nadler, John Hawkes as Lennon, Brad William Henke as Bram, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy Chandler, Fredric Lehne as Edward Mars, Elizabeth Mitchell as Juliet Burke, Dominic Monaghan as Charlie Pace, Mark Pellegrino as Jacob, Daniel Roebuck as Leslie Arzt, Hiroyuki Sanada as Dogen, Ian Somerhalder as Boone Carlyle , Sean Whalen as Neil "Frogurt"



What Kate Does

What Kate Does
See main article: "What Kate Does" (TBA)

Episode number: 03

Original air date: February 09, 2010

Written by: TBA

Directed by: TBA

Plot: TBA

Guest starring: TBA

References

  1. http://www.abcmedianet.com/assets/pr/html/111909_04.html
  2. http://www.tvovermind.com/lost/lost-to-premiere-february-2nd-2010-at-900pm-thats-a-tuesday/13915
  3. http://www.thrfeed.com/2009/06/final-lost-season-gains-an-hour-.html

This article uses material from the "Season 6" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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