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The Fourth Wall is a dimension that divides reality from fiction. Because Doctor Who is of supreme quality, it has never stooped to breaking the fourth wall and referencing itself as a TV show. There are many misattributed examples of characters and the writers themselves breaking the fourth wall, mainly baseless claims by normalfags who are too busy fucking their girlfriends to marathon Dalek Masterplan.

  • During a trip to a film studio, the First Doctor, hallucinating from his senility, stares into empty space and wishes "all of you at home" a merry christmas.
  • When Barbara has to pull a Scheherezade for Saladin in The Crusade, she does not tell him the stories of the first 13 serials and then run out of things from her own life to talk about.
  • The Wheel in Space does not end with the Doctor putting on a rerun of The Evil of the Daleks for Zoe.
  • A recently regenerated Third Doctor has a navy tattoo, which is a tattoo of exile no matter what anybody says.
  • Sarah Jane doesn't briefly call the Doctor "Tom" in The Brain of Morbius.
  • A Clara Echo serving as Sutekh's butt-scratcher is briefly seen when he escapes his throne in Pyramids of Mars.
  • At least once per episode during Tom Baker's third through nineteenth years in the role, the Fourth Doctor appears to look straight at the camera and say something like "My time is running out!" or "Even the sonic screwdriver's not going to get me out of this one". Of course plebs think he's talking to the kids at home, but in fact he's always talking to someone else in the scene, usually Snuffleupagus.
  • A science fiction show about a time traveler named something starting with "Doc" appears on the tv in November 1963 in Remembrance of the Daleks, but there's no reason to believe they're referring to Doctor Who.
  • The pseudo-Fourth-Doctor doesn't congratulate Matt Smith for getting the part of the Doctor during Day of the Doctor.
  • At the start of The Deadly Assassin, the Doctor is not narrating for the audience at home, he's talking to his TARDIS. Because she needs to know that "Suddenly, and terribly, the Time Lords faced the most dangerous crisis in their long history." And the Master in The Sound of Drums, he's also talking to the Doctor's TARDIS. And Rassilon in The End of Time, he's talking to Snuffleupagus, who was resurrected to help him lead the Time War.
  • Salamander is not briefly seen in Link cosplay in Robot of Sherwood.
  • An advertisement for Bill and Ted 3 does not appear in In the Forest of the Night.
  • The "Question," when finally revealed, is not introduced as being "hidden in plain sight."
  • Deadpool just Deadpool.
    FourthWall

    The fate of those who attempt to break the fourth wall.

  • The Twelfth Doctor doesn't tells the audience to "Google" the Bootstrap Paradox in Before the Flood.
  • The Doctor doesn't play Clara's theme on his guitar.
  • Big Finish does actually have characters directly address the audience in some of their audios, but that's not a fourth wall break. What, you think they looked at the camera? There is no camera, you stupid pleb. If you're actually seeing Colin Baker as you listen, that's just a normal sexual fantasy daydream. He's not really there, but go with the dream and fuck him anyway.
  • This wiki page is not addressing you directly. It's the Shift.

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