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The Inquisitor (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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"Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Four (#23.4)" (1986)
The Doctor: I didn't appear to be hurrying there, did I? But that deceptively easy gate of mine covers the ground at amazing speed.
The Inquisitor: I did not interrupt the evidence to commend you on your athleticism, Doctor.
The Doctor: Oh. Well, you can if you like. All compliments gratefully accepted.

The Inquisitor: You will apologize at once!
The Doctor: For telling the truth? Never!
The Valeyard: The Doctor is well-known for these childish outbursts. I do not find the ramblings of an immature mind offensive.
The Doctor: Immature?
The Valeyard: It is that particular state of mind that has made it necessary for you to be brought to this court.
The Doctor: Immature? I was on Ravolox trying to divert a catastrophe - the deaths of several hundred INNOCENT people. Surely, not even in the eyes of Time Lords, can that be deemed either immature or a crime!


"Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Three (#23.3)" (1986)
The Inquisitor: Valeyard, are these unpleasant scenes necessary to your case? I find primitive physical violence distressing.
The Doctor: So do I, ma'am, especially when I'm on the receiving end.

The Valeyard: The accused is clearly ignorant of the latest methods of surveilance, my lady.
The Inquisitor: This evidence is taken from the Matrix, a knowledge bank fed constantly by the experiences of all Time Lords, wherever they may be.


"Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Five (#23.5)" (1986)
The Inquisitor: Gentleman, may I remind you, this is a court of law, not a debating society for maladjusted, psychotic sociopaths.


"Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Nine (#23.9)" (1986)
The Doctor: Just a minute! I don't remember that!
The Inquisitor: How could you remember? These events are in your future.


"Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Twelve (#23.12)" (1986)
The Valeyard: Whether or not the Doctor has proved himself innocent of meddling is no longer the cardinal issue before this court. He has proved himself guilty of a far greater crime.
The Inquisitor: You refer to article seven of Gallifreyan Law?
The Doctor: No, my Lady, that can not apply! Had a single Vervoid reached earth, the human race would have been eliminated.
The Valeyard: Article seven permits no exceptions. The Doctor has destroyed a complete species. The charge must now be genocide.