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Sabalom Glitz Nearing the end of the Doctor's trial, Glitz is summoned to the Gallifreyan space station by his business partner — the Master. The Master reveals that the events on Ravalox were engineered by the Time Lords to cover up the theft of the secrets. As the trial dissolves into chaos, Glitz accompanies the Doctor into the fictional reality of the Matrix to fight the Valeyard. The Master bribes Glitz to betray the Doctor, but in turn is tricked by the Valeyard. Given what he thinks are the true secrets of the Matrix, the Master tries to upload them into his TARDIS's systems, causing the Master and Glitz to be paralysed within the TARDIS. After the Doctor finally defeats the Valeyard, he requests that the Time Lords show leniency to Glitz.
Sabalom Glitz Sabalom Glitz is a fictional character from the long-running British science fiction television series, "Doctor Who". Glitz is a rogue from the planet Salostophus in the Andromeda Constellation. Glitz's first love is money, and he is often engaged in mercenary acts and profiteering. The character was created by writer Robert Holmes.
Sabalom Glitz The original outline by Ian Briggs for the Seventh Doctor serial "The Curse of Fenric" made a reference to Ace not being a virgin, but this was removed for the final production. Briggs, who had created the character of Ace, had stated in Ace's character outline for "Dragonfire" that she had slept with Glitz on Iceworld. The Paul Cornell-written New Adventures novel "Love and War" implies (and his later novel "Happy Endings" confirms) that Ace lost her virginity to Glitz. In the commentary track for "Dragonfire." Sophie Aldred (who portrayed Ace) was surprised to learn that there was ever supposed to be a romantic relationship between her character and Glitz and remarked that she wasn't sure such an idea made sense.
Sabalom Glitz Glitz also appears in the Past Doctor Adventures novel "" by David A. McIntee. The Sixth Doctor and Frobisher run into Glitz and Dibber as they attempt to pull off the crime of the century on Vandor Prime. Dibber is killed in the adventure, and this explains why he wasn't on Iceworld. In the New Adventure novel, "Head Games", it is revealed that Glitz tired of Mel and left her on the decrepit leisure world Avalone. She was left here for months until saved by Jason and the fictional Dr Who.
Sabalom Glitz The Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown encounter Glitz and his fellow mercenary Dibber on the planet Ravalox ("The Mysterious Planet"). Ravalox is really Earth around 2,000,000 AD, having been moved two light years by the Time Lords. Glitz and Dibber are on Ravalox looking for secrets stolen by the Sleepers of Andromeda from the Matrix on Gallifrey. The secrets are guarded by an L-3 robot named Drathro. Glitz plans to destroy the Black Light system that fuels Drathro and then steal the secrets. When Dibber destroys the external collection aerial, the system becomes dangerously unstable, and only the Doctor's intervention prevents a potentially catastrophic explosion.
Sabalom Glitz The Doctor, having since regenerated into his seventh persona, next encounters Glitz on Iceworld on the planet Svartos ("Dragonfire"), where Glitz has become indebted to the power-mad Kane as a result of a failed fraud and gambling losses. After hearing about a fabulous treasure known as the Dragonfire, Glitz accompanies the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Melanie Bush in their search, hoping to keep it for himself. He doesn't realize that Kane has installed a tracking device on the map. The Dragonfire turns out to be part of a large bio-mechanoid dragon, which in turn is revealed to be Kane's jailer on the planet Svartos. After the bio-mechanoid is destroyed, Kane uses the Dragonfire to power the Iceworld systems intending to escape. He also has his mercenaries drive the occupants of Iceworld onto Glitz's ship, the "Nosferatu", which he subsequently destroys. Eager for revenge, Glitz goes to find Kane, and meets The Doctor, Ace and Mel in the control room of Iceworld. Iceworld is revealed to be a massive spaceship, with which Kane intends to make his escape and seek revenge on his home planet from which he was banished three thousand years earlier. However, with the systems now fully powered, the Doctor uses Iceworld's star charts to reveal to Kane that his homeworld had been destroyed when its sun went supernova two thousand years earlier. Kane then kills himself with unfiltered sunlight, and Glitz steals the ship, which he renames "Nosferatu II". To the Doctor's surprise, Mel elects to leave the TARDIS and travel with Glitz.
List of Doctor Who henchmen Dibber, played by Glen Murphy, was Sabalom Glitz's partner in "The Mysterious Planet" (1986). He didn't reappear in "Dragonfire", suggesting Glitz sold or killed him, or they had a falling out.
Doctor Who (season 24) Tony Selby, having recently appeared in "The Trial of a Time Lord", also made a guest appearance as Sabalom Glitz in the same story and acts as an unofficial companion to the Seventh Doctor.
Mel Bush In the serial "Dragonfire", she reunites with the galactic confidence trickster, Sabalom Glitz, whom she met in "The Trial of a Time Lord" and decides to travel with him aboard the "Nosferatu II", leaving the Seventh Doctor with new companion Ace who (according to the later "Virgin New Adventures" novels) was, conversely, Glitz's former lover.
Dragonfire (Doctor Who) The character of Sabalom Glitz, with whom Mel departs to explore the galaxy, first appeared in "The Mysterious Planet" alongside the Sixth Doctor. Briggs, who had created the character of Ace, had stated in Ace's character outline for "Dragonfire" that she had slept with Glitz on Iceworld. The Paul Cornell-written New Adventures novel "Love and War" implies (and his later novel "Happy Endings" confirms) that Ace lost her virginity to Glitz.