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Bad Wolf

Bad Wolf was a message scattered in space and time to tempt Rose back to the Game Station to save the Doctor. Later the phrase ‘Bad Wolf’ became a warning, the TARDIS translated every word to Bad Wolf letting the Doctor know that the universe was in danger

The End of the World

Series 1

The Moxx of Balhoon tells the Face of Boe that being trapped on the exploding Platform One is the classic Bad Wolf scenario

The Unquiet Dead

Series 1

Gwyneth the parlour maid looks into Rose’s mind and sees The Big Bad Wolf

The Aliens of London

Series 1

A child graffiti’s Bad Wolf onto the side of the TARDIS

Dalek

Series 1

Eccentric billionaire Henry van Statten’s has the security call sign ‘Bad Wolf One’

The Long Game

Series 1

In the year 200,000 there’s a TV channel called Bad Wolf TV

Fathers Day

Series 1

‘Bad Wolf’ is scrawled across a 1980s club poster

The Doctor Dances

Series 1

The missile about to land on the Chula spaceship has ‘Schlechter Wolf’ written on it

Boom Town

Series 1

The nuclear power station about to destroy Cardiff is called ‘Blaidd Drwg’.

Bad Wolf

Series 1

The Doctor, Rose and Jack return to Satellite 5, this time known as the Game Station run by the Bad Wolf Corporation

The Parting of the Ways

Series 1

The message is written around Rose’s council estate

The Parting of the Ways

Series 1

Rose takes the words from the Bad Wolf logo and scatters them through time and space

Tooth and Claw

Series 2

The werewolf mentions that Rose has seen the wolf too, and that there is something of the wolf about her

Love & Monsters

Series 2

Evidence of Rose has been corrupted by a Bad Wolf virus

Doomsday

Series 2

Rose says goodbye to the Doctor at Bad Wolf Bay

Gridlock

Series 3

Japanese word Akuro, translates as bad wolf

Silence in the Library

Series 4

A painting of a Wolf and Rose?

Turn Left

Series 4

Bad Wolf messages are left everywhere, a warning to the Doctor


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