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According to IMDB, Lucy Saxon (played by Alexandra Moen), wife of The Master will be making a re-appearance in Episode 7 of Doctor Who series 6.
UPDATE: Since this post was written, this info has subsequently been removed from IMDB.
For those that don’t remember, Lucy Saxon (maiden name Cole) married Harold Saxon (a.k.a The Master) and was by his side as he took over the World in The Sound of Drums way back in series 3 (the Russell T. Davies era).
Over the course of the year that never was, she grew disillusioned with The Master, which ultimately led to her shooting and killing him inÂ Last of the Timelords.
She was then put in prison until Christmas Eve 2009, when she was released by followers of The Master because they required a biometric imprint of The Master from her lips to restore him to life.
As The Master was brought back to life, Lucy informed him that she had had her father’s scientists produce a potion that would destroy him and threw it at him. This produced an explosion that destroyed the prison and presumably herself with it.
But it now seems something happened to prevent her death as she’ll be coming back to our screens in the finale of part one of series 6.
And, what’s even more interesting is that the IMDB also lists Sydney Wade (the actress that played The Little Girl in the spacesuit in The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon) as Young Lucy Saxon / Cole.
So, could Lucy Saxon of somehow gained Timelord regeneration capabilities from The Master during the explosion whilst he was regenerating? Or was she a Timelord all along? Could she be Romana or even Omega?
Other notable characters set to appear in A Good Man goes to War includes The Cybermen and The Silence, The Silurians, Jenny (The Doctor’s Daughter) and Dorium Maldavar (the fat blue bloke).
And, not forgetting, the mysterious Eye Patch Lady / Kovarian.
Of course, although the IMDB is usually pretty reliable, this info may be completely false or even planted there as a red herring but it’s interesting stuff nonetheless