It wasn't the fact that he was currently encountering a past/future incarnation of himself. That wasn't really all that strange to the Doctor (although the past regeneration had quite a few things to say about that bowtie). Nor was the fact that many of his companions had been dragged along.
Currently, the Doctor was having a difficult time processing how and why this had happened. The humans milled about, trying themselves not to panic and to mentally overcome the sudden and unexpected sex change. Rory, for example, was quietly demanding to know when and how the Doctor was going to fix this. The Past Doctor was trying to calm himself (herself? Pronouns were not something he'd expected to deal with until the possibility of a female regeneration, and definitely not with THIS face) and get Jack to stop feeling himself up.
Donna Noble, however, had only two things on her mind. One was that the Doctor was an idiot
. Two was that she was going to positively kill
the alien sod for this. Both of him, if she got the chance.
You know what Doctor Who fans on DA seem to like? Genderbending the Doctor. IDK why, but he does make a pretty lady. However, with all the scores and scores of girl!Doctors (and a Jack, maybe?), there was a glaring thing missing.
Where were all the genderbent companions?!
Well, as always, when I find something to be amiss, I uh, fix it. So here you go.
And since you INSIST on giving them opposite-gender names, instead of just, you know, rolling with the fact that it's okay for them to keep their original names, here you go:
Marcel Jones, Thorn Tyler, Donald Noble, The Doctor, Cap'n Jackie Harkness, The Doctor, Ambrose Pond (Amos for short), Aurora Williams (Rory), and River Stone (Mason Pond).
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