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WhoSliders #15 – Doctor Who and the Sliders: Hindle Joins SG-1 of the Future

This is the crossover fanfic in my fan-series featuring Doctor Who (the Fifth Doctor – played by Peter Davison in the classic BBC tv series) – and the Sliders.

Story (C) 2005-2016 Mr SciRev.

For the Dr Who Timeline Related to this Fanfic, or to read what happened just before this fanfic, please see WhoSliders 14
For Stargate SG-1 this fanfic occurs just before the Season 4 episode “WATERGATE”.
The fanfic occurs simultaneous to Roswell’s Pilot episode.
This fanfic was referenced before it was written, way back in WHOSLIDERS 4.

What you need to know:
The Doctor is a Time Lord – a time-traveller from the alien world called Gallifrey [Universe-777, the Stargate Universe] who travels in space and time thanks to his TARDIS which looks like a police box, bigger inside than outside. When the Doctor is severely injured or even killed, he will regenerate into a new appearance and body. He is currently in his fifth incarnation (4th regeneration). His thirteenth will be the last.

The Sliders have developed a technique called Sliding which allows them to go to different dimensions or parallel universes, but will they ever find the way to their home earths [Earth-001 for all except Maggie who is from Earth-022 and Diana from Earth-920]?

The Doctor with his companions – currently Major Samantha Carter of Stargate SG-1 from the US military of Earth-777, and the Sliders – is on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless and the powerless throughout the whole multiverse of multiple universes. The Doctor’s alteration to the Sliders’ timeline has resulted in multiple changes across various multiverse timelines in hypertime. Fixing these holes is an important task of the Doctor which has been sanctioned by an angel of God called the White Guardian. The Doctor has left behind his TARDIS in Earth-811. Remmy decided to stay behind on Earth-820 while the Doctor has gone to the future and slid together with Samantha Carter and the Sliders – Quinn, Wade, Professor Arturo and Diana.
Meanwhile Tegan, Adric, and Nyssa are still at Cheyenne Mountain. Gabriel Law and Maggie are new members of Stargate SG-1 who are currently prisoners on the planet PX8-999, commonly known as Kinda.”


The Doctor
Professor Arturo
Wade Wells
Quinn Mallory

General Hammond
Daniel Jackson
Gabriel Law
Jack O’Neil

Earth-777, in the year 2582
The Doctor and the other Sliders emerged from a wormhole. Sam was suggesting to go to Stargate Command, if it still existed.
The Doctor said it would exist, since Hindle had known of it around this time.
Professor Arturo said that was great, perhaps they had time travel by this time.
“No they don’t. Thanks to the Time Lords..” the Doctor replied “however more advanced materials and technology are available in this era and that may help.”
“We could use the Stargate, if there is a solar eclipse, to travel back in time.” Sam explained “We, I mean SG-1 once used it to go back to 1969. I could attempt something.”
“We will see” Diana said. Diana sighed. She hoped they would get back to the 21st century. It felt strange to slide, let alone to slide in the future now.

Cheyenne Mountain, Earth-777, in the year 2582
By this year the Stargate was public knowledge – everyone knew about it, everyone learnt about the famous SG-1 team of Teal’c, Jack, Sam and Daniel. They also learnt about other SG-1 members. SG-1 however was not just a part of earth’s history. As time passed, new members joined the SG-1 team.

This was the day that a new member was becoming part of the SG-1 team. His name was Hindle.
He had been to outer space before, since he was military and he had been to the Deva Loka colony. Failed colony.
And it was straight at the edge of destruction.
Then the Doctor arrived and had saved them. The Doctor had left, but without his knowledge the planet was left in a time loop.
Thankfully the Doctor had subsequently returned here, took Hindle with him and the Sliders.

Now Hindle was on his own again. He looked up the SGC complex, which had kept the same name surprisingly.
He had seen it in the 20th century, he had met the legends themselves – the first SG-1 team.
Just last week he had applied to become a member of SG-1 himself. His application had been accepted, and he went to Cheyenne Mountain.
He met with General Tealcson, a descendant of Teal’c of Chulak himself who had taken Earth as his adopted homeworld.
Tealcson described the other SG-1 members to Hindle. There was an alien called Dawaq from a world which had been overrun by an alien enemy, a human woman with the name of Sarah who was a diplomat and a technical expert on the Stargate and wormhole theory with the name of Dorran. They formed the new team who would be exploring the multitude of planets with Stargates. Exploring because the worlds changed from time to time, and because it felt like a better word than ‘patrolling’.
Hindle was still in Tealcson’s office when he heard a voice. A familiar voice. No, it couldn’t be.
Yes, it was him. The Doctor had returned!
Who were those people with him? He recognised Sam from SG-1 of the 20th Century – the legend herself – here and alive as if no time had passed!
Everyone around him was in awe!
He also recognised Quinn, Arturo, Diana and Wade.
‘Hi Doctor! Where are the others, I mean Maggie, Remmy and Colin. And Sam is here, but where’s Jack, Teal’c and Daniel?’
Tealcson eyed Hindle suspiciously. How on earth did he know these people and how did he expect the legends to be here. Why, everyone knew the legends died a long time ago. What. Who was that woman, she looked like the famous Samantha Carter. ‘Security’ he shouted.
‘No need. Here’s my old UNIT pass if it still means anything these days.’ the Doctor produced an ID card from his wallet.
‘Hi Hindle. We need your help. I’ve lost my TARDIS. We need to get back to the 21st Century.”

A few minutes later
Hindle had gotten Tealcson to allow Sam to do some modifications to the Stargate’s control systems, allowing it to be used to generate a wormhole back to the past. She calculated when a solar flare was going to occur, and used this fact. She dialed the Stargate address – earth’s address of course – and this took the path of the wormhole very close to the sun and on its right side.
The result of this being a bending of the wormhole plus an appropriate time dilation to allow the trip back to the 21st century.
Hindle had gotten permission from General Tealcson to take a leave from the future SG-1, so he could rejoin the Doctor and help him get back his TARDIS.

Cheyenne Mountain, Earth-777, 21st Century
The Doctor and the Sliders – Sam and Hindle included – came out of the Stargate at Stargate Command. The wormhole dissipated soon afterwards. General Hammond stood there near the Stargate, amazed. He was expecting SG-1 to come back. They had been gone for hours. Instead, here was the Doctor when you needed him.

“Doctor! Sam! Welcome back. Can you help? – SG1 have been missing for the past few hours. Where’s your TARDIS?”
“It’s a long story. It’s been captured by a bad guy named Ahab. I need to get it back – it’s URGENT” the Doctor replied.
“I understand. But I will send a rescue mission first. SG-1 need saving!” General Hammond said.

“I’m sorry but I must get my TARDIS back!”

“I’m afraid I can’t authorise that yet. First you must go to PX8-999. It’s where SG-1 went.”

“PX8-999?” Hindle knew that name. It was the old legends’ name for the planet he had been stationed on..
“Kinda!” the Doctor exclaimed. “Don’t tell me you went to Kinda… This is not good.” This could be interference with Hindle’s own past, too, he surmised.
“It is Kinda, Doctor!” Hindle said.

Hammond was puzzled at this point. “What’s the problem with this planet?”
“That world was once under the control of the Goa’uld. A great evil stays dormant in that world until a future time when it was unleashed. Kinda attracts evil such as the Goa’uld. It is dangerous. You must stay away from it.”
“You don’t understand. Last I heard from SG-1 they had discovered a sliding device on Kinda and they were going to bring it back to earth since the planet seemed uninhabited. I think they were ambushed.” Hammond explained.
“There are natives who live there. They expect the return of the Rulers – the Goa’uld, that is” the Doctor said.
“I will send SG-2 as a rescue mission.”
“I would like to join them” Hindle said. “I’m part of SG-1 in the future now and helping the legends is what I would like to do.”
“Son, you’re reassigned to SG-2 for the time being. When you come back, you can rejoin the Doctor and go back to your future time as part of the future SG-1 – assuming he gets his TARDIS back. Or even stay in the present and join Stargate Command. Your expertise would be greatly appreciated.” Hammond said, reassuringly.
Tegan, Adric, and Nyssa entered the Gate Room where everybody seemed to be. They were bored but at the same time, they had enjoyed hearing about the various things which had happened to SG-1. It was very fascinating, even for die-hard time travellers like them.

Roswell, New Mexico, Earth-777, present time (21st century)
It was September 25th. Three vicious and slimy creatures, encased in what looked like “pepperpot” armour, materialised in the town of Roswell. Their target: temporal activity which had occurred in the vicinity of a granolith. These Dominion-Daleks from the future had arrived in present day Roswell.

Somebody had travelled through time, and those capable of doing this were the Time Lords. Thus the Doctor and the Sliders must be here, on this very world!

They had found the right place, then, they thought.
They were wrong, of course. The granolith was Gallifreyan technlogy, no doubt, and had been used by the Seventh Doctor and left by him for Max Evans to use in the alternate future (so he would have been able to go to the past, altering the timeline).
They also got the time wrong. Alt-Max had NOT travelled back to this year, but to the next year!
This was also just two days after Max had saved Liz Parker’s life back at the Crashdown Cafe’… She was lying there, dying after a bullet hit her chest, when Max put his hand on Liz and she was healed completely, with no trace of the bullet or blood. She should have been dead, but she was alive.

Liz had not slept at all that night, thinking of her feelings for Max after he had revealed that he was an alien to her. That night, Max had visited her and told her how he had ‘seen’ her memories when she had been healed. And when he told her she could do the same if he touched her face and let her ‘see’ his memories, she saw Max as a kid emerging from the pod. The feelings grew intense and very strong. She could feel how he felt alone. She had gotten to know Max as a result much better than she knew him before and now she knew that in his eyes, she was the most special person alive. She kept rereading her diary where she had written the extraordinary events that had happened to her. Max was one of three aliens looking for any clues on their past. His ‘sister’ Isabel Evans and Michael Guerin were the other two who had been ‘hatched’ from the same pod chamber.

Her life had changed like the song she played on her PC said.. “Everything in a moment starting here, Something you said is hanging in the air, Now I know my life is sweetening, Changing everything, Something that you said, Turned me from the inside out, Running through my head. Something I have dreamed about“.

It was what Max said. It was real and different. She couldn’t think of anything else, even if she tried. Closing her eyes to try to sleep in her bed, only brought her a ‘picture’ of Max in front of her eyes.

Early morning, Sheriff Valenti was in his office, when reports came in of oversized pepperpots being seen in the town. He was surprised, this was something he never had heard of. He shrug it off at first, believing it to be a hoax like many. He became curious after some time, when the reports didn’t stop and when a report came in of somebody burnt to a cinder by what was called a laser blast, he decided it was time to investigate.
Valenti parked his car in a busy street which had gone crazy. People were shouting everywhere and strange noises came out of an abandoned building. He decided to get closer to see what was going on. What he saw gave him the shock of his life.

Aliens, real ones indeed. No green aliens, but pepperpot creatures? He fired his gun towards them, which of course had no effect. Fearing for his life, he tried to get away before it decided to chase him.

Cheyenne Mountain, Earth-777, 21st Century
The Doctor and Hindle had joined SG-2 on their rescue mission to save SG-1 on the planet Kinda.
Sam unlike what she expected, wasn’t allowed to go. Instead a few hours ago, she was assigned on a mission to go to Roswell, New Mexico. Even though she protested, Hammond denied her requests and dismissed her. She was angry that she could not go and rescue Jack and the others. Jack was important to her, more than just a friend. She did not wish to let him die without doing anything. But she could not do anything. In the Military, orders are orders. So she left for Roswell.

Roswell, New Mexico, Earth-777, present time (21st century)
Sam was carrying Zat guns which she hoped would be effective against this strange enemy. She viewed the scene. She was accompanied by some members of the SG-3 team.
A man was running out of a building which appeared to be derelict. He was the town’s Sheriff. So he had to be Sheriff Valenti, the son of a man who had claimed, years ago when he was the town’s Sheriff, to have encountered aliens in Roswell. So to avoid Valenti seeing anything she would do, she hid and waited until Valenti was gone in his car. Then she took action.
She entered the building and saw the three Dominion Daleks. Sam noticed they sported the word DOMINION on their outer casing. The Daleks saw her too.

HUMAN-YOU-WILL-BE-EXTERMINATED-BY-THE-DALEK-DOMINION‘ was all they said, turning to face her. Quickly, and without any useless talking (who wants to talk to Daleks anyway), she fired the Zat gun twice, which apparently they had never seen (and electrified their casings and eyestalk easily), and blew them to pieces.

‘That’s enough’, she said, as she got SG-3 to pick up the various pieces and parts of the Daleks which had been left. The Dalek parts would most likely end up in Area 51 eventually, but Stargate Command would get to examine them beforehand. Little did she know, however, that the dying alternate universe Daleks had managed to send out a subspace signal giving out their Stargate location – the location for Earth.


Continued in the next Fanfic Who Sliders 16 “RESCUE ON KINDA” !

All Marks are owned by their owners.

Doctor Who, Tegan, Nyssa, Adric, Hindle are the BBC’s
The Daleks and Davros are Terry Nation’s
The Sliders, Bennish, the Kromaggs are Fox/Universal/Sci-Fi Channel’s
The Tok’ra, the Ancients and Stargate SG-1 (including Sam) are the property of Stargate (II) Productions, Showtime/Viacom, MGM/UA,Double Secret Productions and Gekko Productions.
The X-Men, Earth-616, Days of Future Past, Dr Rory Campbell/Ahab, Professor Quinn, the Sentinels are Marvel’s
Gabriel Law and the Multiverse Agency are Revolution Studio’s (from the movie THE ONE)
Max Evans, Isabel Evans, Liz Parker, Sherriff Valenti, Michael Guerin are Jason Katims Productions and The WB’s

This fanfic is for entertainment purposes only and no money exchanged hands.
No copyright infringement is intended.
The original characters, situations and story are the property of the author.
This story may not be posted or printed elsewhere without the consent of the author.


The reference to Max Evans is to the Roswell episode ‘THE END OF THE WORLD’. He had become a Slider back in WHOSLIDERS 5.
PX8-999 is the planet Deva Loka, first seen in the classic Doctor Who episode ‘KINDA’ and in my fanfic WHOSLIDERS 4.
The song Liz is playing is “Something That You Said” by the Bangles (on the Doll Revolution CD).

Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 10

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Part 10.

(Back in the SOL)

Tom: [singing] Ain’t gonna sit through this again.

After a brief jaunt to the future timeline (Earth-9910) Bishop wanted to visit, the TARDIS rematerialised in the X-Men’s grounds, and the Doctor went out to give his goodbyes. Bishop had come back with the Doctor, this was his home now.

Having no more reason to stay on within the X-Men’s universe, the Doctor was preparing to enter the TARDIS again, together with Hindle and his companions, who were on the X-Men’s Mansion grounds, playing a little baseball game with the X-Men. The game had stopped as soon as the TARDIS had materialised.

The Doctor told the X-Men that now they were prepared for whenever they might meet the Adversary and the Mara. He hoped to be back there when this would happen someday.

Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 10

Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 9

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Part 9.


(Back in the SOL)
Crow: Oh, for a landmine.

An angry man entered the room in the TARDIS where the X-Men, the Sliders, Hindle, the Doctor and his companions were. “Another parallel version of myself”, he said looking at
Hindle. He was wearing military garb, his hand crouched behind him holding some deadly gun.

(Back in the SOL)
Tom: Who’s this guy now?
Mike: How should I know?

“Hindle!” Adric shouted.
There were two Hindles in the room. The one who just came in had a military beret, but one with some unrecognisable insignia. The new Hindle looked at the Professor – “You! But you were dead.”
“It seems you have mistaken me for somebody else.” Arturo looked untrustingly at the Hindle lookalike. “No, no, I’m Colonel Rickman and I killed you, Arturo a few hours ago! You can’t be alive!” Rickman said.
Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 9

Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 7

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Part 7.

(Back in the SOL)

Mike: [singing] Hope there ain’t eleven.
Author: There are twelve! Doctors, that is. Actually 13, as there’s the War Doctor, and also Ten.

The Doctor’s Diary

(Back in the SOL)

Crow: Now airing on Sky One! Also on Canal Jimmy, TVM2 and Rai Due!

I took a deep breath when I arrived at the TARDIS doors.

(Back in the SOL)

Mike: And held it. And held it. And held it…

Crow: ‘Til I finally passed out and the fanfic ended!
I turned slowly and looked towards the unbelieving mutants. I unlocked the doors, opened them and went inside.

(Back in the SOL)

Tom: It’s more Ratliff!

All: Aaaaah!!

“Well, won’t you follow me, come in!” I told the X-Men.
Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Director’s Cut fanfic – Part 7

Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 3

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Part 3.

(Back in the SOL)
All: [singing] Watch out for that tree!

(PU, a couple of minutes back) Tegan exclaimed “Oh my God, that’s the Mara which had taken control of me, way back on Deva Loka!
Doctor, please don’t let it take control of me again!”
(Back in the SOL)
Crow: [Tegan] It might give me a personality or angst or something!

Nyssa said “calm down Tegan, the Doctor will find a way, you know he always does.”
(Back in the SOL)
Mike: Funny how most of his solutions rarely work until he kicks the

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Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 2

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Part 2.

A few days ago, The Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa and Adric were travelling in the TARDIS when suddenly something shook the TARDIS. Tegan was certain that the floor and the walls of the rooms of the TARDIS were melting or even disappearing.
Tegan had just experienced one of her recurring nightmares. She could not understand why she kept having these since she was now free of the Mara, according to the Doctor.

The Mara was a pure essence of evil, a primeval being.
She suspected the Mara was responsible for these dreams. On the Kinda’s world, Deva Loka, the Mara had taken control of her mind for its evil purposes, entering our universe in this way. But the Doctor had found a way to banish the Mara back to where it apparently came from, using a circle of mirrors.

The truth, however, was there was more than one Mara, and more than one kind. After the Federation had been formed, the earliest Mara (or Maras, it is not known) and its own Sumaran Empire had been defeated on Manussa, the Sumaran Empire homeworld, by the Federation’s flagship – the Enterprise – commanded by a young Jonathan B. Archer (the B. stood for Beckett as in Sam Beckett). The Mara was only banished to what the Doctor called the dark places of the inside. But was there one Mara, more than one, or a large number which were inter-connected like the Borg species were?
Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut – Part 2

Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut, part 1

Original Version was Published on 24th December 1995 in THE SCROLLS OF GALLIFREY, a DOCTOR WHO FANZINE (FOURTH ISSUE)

A sequel of sorts to KINDA (1980’s Doctor Who episode with the 5th Doctor)

I wrote a sequel to this story starring the 5th Doctor Who and the Movie X-Men (Doctor Who and the X-Men: Version II) this time.
Following that I rewrote the original story as follows. It is now a different spin and take on the story, with the added guests of the Sliders and Hindle, and it happens during the Maximum Security events of 2000. It kick starts the WhoSliders series of fanfics.
Continue reading Doctor Who and the X-Men: The Rewrite of the Original, or The Director’s Cut, part 1

Review: Doctor Who – Mara Tales (Kinda)

Here’s a review of the classic Doctor Who series episode Kinda which has been released as part of the Mara Tales Box set.

The episode, my favourite classic episode, has recently been released on DVD. The picture quality is superb, having been digitally restored. There are even new CGI effects which can be chosen if one prefers. The story was well known for its not so good rubber snake… 🙂

The recent James Cameron movie Avatar was influenced very much by this story, even though Avatar was too pessimistic and anti-human, while Kinda is pro-human and a much more positive story.

It’s worth watching indeed. The enemy is the evil entity, coming from the collective unconscious, known as the Mara. I wrote my first fanfic from which the WhoSliders series emerged as a sequel to the Mara stories in Doctor Who, so it’s worth viewing if you read my fics. It takes a spiritual and anthropological approach to sci-fi pioneered by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Humans from earth are about to colonise planet S14, known to the locals as Deva Loka (the location is revisited in my fics too and Hindle becomes a WhoSlider). And the ancient evil known as the Mara emerges in the subconscious of the Doctor’s companion Tegan (played by the wonderful Janet Fielding). Nyssa is kept out of the story as she is recuperating.

The episode features Peter Davison as the 5th Doctor, Janet Fielding as Tegan, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, Nerys Hughes as Todd, Simon Rouse as Hindle and Adrian Mills as Aris. It was directed by Peter Grimwade and written by Christopher Bailey. It is really worth getting on DVD and viewing. You can get from the following Amazon uk link..