The Secret Project is 95% done, so regular updates should resume soon; in the meantime here's a fun post from a mailing list I'm on; --x
"Big Brother Exterminate" (a spin-off from Season One's `Bad Wolf').
"Doctor versus Predator".
An Ood cooking show.
An animated series based on `Fear Her', in which the character's
resemble kid's drawings.
A Sopranos-like series about the Slitheen family (in which ten
minutes of every episode has to be allocated to saying the planet's
"I Know Who You Are, Minister" - a `Yes Minister' style comedy in
which Harriet Jones battles her Machiavellian private secretary in a
futile attempt to get her cottage hospital policy adopted.
"Yes You Did Fart, Minister" - in which the same public servant
foils the Slitheen plot through convoluted committee meetings and
endless red tape.
"Candid First Contact Camera". Aliens play jokes on planets that
haven't encountered extraterrestrials yet, like rewiring a pig's
brain and having it dive-bomb Big Ben in a spaceship, or landing in
front of some poor soul no-one's going to believe and walking up and
down with antennas on their head going "Beep, beep, beep."
"The Innuendo Squad". Gay sci-fi action comedy, with Captain
Harkness and his camp companions battling the evil forces of
Homophobia while making numerous suggestive quips.
"Doctor Screw". The inevitable adult industry sex spoof. After the
destruction of Gallifrey the Doctor is regenerated as a younger and
sexier person, who must ensure the survival of the Time Lords by
spreading his seed across time and space.
"Lost in Time & Space" - a Doctor Who series where all the episodes
take place *away* from Earth, and the original 'family' group of
companions is restored. The Doctor has a name (Smith) and is
portrayed as a scheming malingerer who's always getting them into
"Werewolves of Balmoral" - a soap opera in which the British Royal
Family must conceal that they're werewolves for fear of damaging the
tourist trade. Features an `Underworld' style forbidden romance
between a handsome werewolf prince and a bloodsucking female
"Tin Dog & the Scooby-Do Gang". Kid's show in which Ricky...Mickey
(whatever) and his crew battle the Cybermen for control of parallel
"UNIT" (also known as "Danger: UFO"). An action series in which
hostile aliens are defeated with a few good explosions and a stiff
"UNIT: NY". American spin-off of UNIT. More action, more sex,
younger actors, improved special effects, lousy writing.
"UNIT: Miami". As above, but with gratuitous bikini shots.
"The Great Alien Debate" - in which the Doctor debates a topic of
the week with various villains. Subjects include: Is capital
punishment justified? (Dr vs Margaret Blaine). Xenocide a moral
alternative to Dalek subjugation? (Dr vs the Dalek Emperor).
Medical ethics (Dr vs the kitties of New New York). And so on.
"Timecops". A time agent from the 51st Century and his attractive
female (or black) partner are given an apparently simple assignment
to retrieve a police box that disappeared into the time vortex in
1963, but instead spend several seasons cleaning up the mess the
Doctor always leaves behind.
"Doctor Ho". A parallel universe series in which the Time Lords are
irresponsible meddlers while the Doctor is a staid bureaucrat trying
to stop them. Unfortunately he's also a covert lecher who knocks up
every pretty female he comes across.