All-around ridiculous human being
All of the comic books
Fandom in general
to an obsessive degree.
Then how do you explain him and his father piloting the ship with the dinosaurs? They needed to be genetically related to pilot it, and they did..
Amy doesn’t remember her parents (through the crack in the wall) and ‘brought them back’—who’s to say she didn’t imagine them up? Who is to say they ever truly existed? A time lord’s mind can be a powerful thing.
River Song has human + Time lord DNA. The TARDIS is a chronarch artefact, but is unlikely to have taken on Chronarch DNA.
Who is to say that Amy isn’t the Master?
My friend and I were actually talking about this the other day. My greatest worry about that would be the repercussions of the Doctor finding out. His relationship with Amy is close but very different from his relationship with the Master. It may be too much for him to discover Amy was The Master after all.
But hey, it’d be hilarious because then The Master could brag “Finally Ginger”!
I don’t know, as much as I want this to be true, I don’t know how it would work. I can’t see the Master willingly subjecting himself to becoming human again unless absolutely necessary, particularly so soon after Yana, and if she’s putting on an act, why the home life with Rory? The Master is fantastic at surviving at any cost, but he’s also always been a ridiculous showman with a plan, and they left on too good of terms for the next one to be ‘hurt the Doctor’. And why would the TARDIS, who he most definitely did not part with as friends, allow her to stay on-board?
On the other hand, that would make the Doctor his son-in-law, which has so much potential for hilarity/endless mocking diatribes. XD