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Who would be the most fun to work for.

Cramped in a Tardis all day? I don't think so. Anyway, he only goes for teenage girls.
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by Athanasius (Archbishop) on Aug 13, 2014 at 15:47 UTC

    Clever! :-) But ... the TARDIS, cramped? Seriously? According to Wikipedia, the TARDIS contains:

    ... living quarters, ... a well-organised study ..., a swimming pool and bathroom, a sick bay, an ancillary power station disguised as an art gallery, and several brick-walled storage areas ...; a “cloister room”, an observatory, a library, a greenhouse, a baby room, a toy room and several squash courts. There is also a wooden-panelled secondary control room, and numerous other rooms .... The Doctor flippantly mentions a karaoke bar ...

    Indeed,

    In “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS” (2013), the Doctor states that the TARDIS is actually infinite in size.

    As for teenage girls — well, Elizabeth Sladen was around 27 when she first played Sarah Jane Smith, and Louise Jameson was around 26 when she first played Leela the savage. But yes, you’re right, middle-aged male Perl programmers probably shouldn’t waste their time applying for the role of the Doctor’s companion. :-)

    Athanasius <°(((><contra mundum Iustus alius egestas vitae, eros Piratica,

      As for teenage girls well, Elizabeth Sladen was around 27 when she first played Sarah Jane Smith, and Louise Jameson was around 26 when she first played Leela the savage.

      They're teenage in hexadecimal!