The Three Families are an ancient conspiracy reaching back to the dawn of the 20th century with one goal: to ruin Doctor Who forever.
The Moffats hail from Scotland, and have planned for ages to take their revenge on England (Whichever one of you fucks linked England to Britain, I hope you know that even I as a clueless American know that is completely wrong as Britain is generally used to refer to the country itself or to the British Isles, not to England which is simply a country on the Isles) by destroying that which the country loves most: Doctor Who.
- Peter Moffatt, director of the classic series
- Peter "Davison" Moffett, the Fifth Doctor
- Steven Moffat, writer and showruiner on the new series
- Georgia Moffett, the Doctor's daughter
- David Moffett-Tennant, Peter Davison's son and also the Tenth Doctor
The Troughtons are a showbiz family with immense reach and grasp. Their interest in Doctor Who is largely financial.
- Patrick Troughton, played the evil professor known as the Second Doctor
- Alice Troughton, director of the new series, including Midnight
- David Troughton , actor, played the evil professor in Midnight
- Michael Troughton, actor, played the evil professor in Last Christmas (hey, wait a minute...)
Clan Baker is the most powerful of the three families. They control the series almost from the top to the bottom.
- Bob Baker, writer on the classic series, creator of Wallace and Gromit
- Tom Baker, the Fourth Doctor
- Christopher Baker, one of the Morbius Doctors
- George Baker, actor in Full Circle
- Colin Baker, lord of pies, played Maxil and the Sixth Doctor
- Pip and Jane Baker, worst writers on the classic series
The Three Families also appeared in Miracle Day, with their names slightly changed but no other changes made to their histories, personalities, or goals. Their initial attempt to destroy Doctor Who (Miracle Day itself) is thwarted, but they swear to enact plan B...