The following is some vital information on some of Doctor Who's often neglected (and sometimes less realistic) monsters.
E: The Abominable Snowmen
K: Primate-Imitating Robot Rodents
AKA: Bigfoot, Sasquash, the Abominable Snowman, Chippy, etc.
SP: Outacts Patrick Troughton.
N: Its roar sounds like a toilet flushing.
E: The Dominators
K: Alimentary Particles
G: Mr. Coffee
S: (Not Ferengi)
SP: Are efficient killing machines.
W: There are MAYBE three of them.
N: Recharge! Recharge!
E: The Time Monster
K: Felt Demons
S: $0.25 sq. ft.
AKA: The Time Munster
SP: Can mess with time.
W: It only APPEARS to fly.
N: It looks like a cross between the Tin Woodman and Big Bird.
E: The Ark in Space
M: The Wirrn
K: Goofey-Looking Latex Bugs
G: Hymenoptera (no relation)
SP: Can lift up to 20 times their own weight.
N: They apparently created monsters that Tom Baker could defeat.
E: The Brain of Morbius
G: Morbius International
S: Let's see ... part Macra, part Yeti, part Zarbi ...
AKA: Fish Bowl Head
SP: It has a brain.
W: Its brain doesn't work.
N. I have nothing to say about Morbius.
M: The Mara
K: Bouncy Rubber Serpents
G: Kinda Snakelike
SP: Can mess with Tegan's mind.
W: The fake Mara in Snakedance is more realistic.
N: Neither episode it was in made sense.
E: The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet
K: One O' Those Evil Robots You're Always Runnin' Into
S: Universal Remote
AKA: Dustpan Head
SP: I think it guards something, but they lost me in that whole saga.
W: Can be defeated by Colin Baker
N: Danger, Will Robinson, danger!
Episode: The Invisible Enemy
Monster: The Nucleus of the Swarm
Kingdom: Latex Protists
Species: (possibly related to K-9)
AKA; Long John Silvers all you can eat
Special Powers: ?
Weakness: Keeping the costume on.
Notes: Whoever created this thing must have flunked microbiology.
E: Revenge of the Cybermen
S: 90% Foreheads
SP: A hyperspace bypass.
W: Male pattern baldness.
N: I know they're the good guys, but just look at them!
E: Planet of Evil
M: Anti-Matter Monster
K: Overexposed Film
AKA: Pantomime Squids
SP: Can rip off Lost in Space.
W: Seams in costume are clearly visible.
N: It looks like the writers actually tried in this episode, the costume
department, on the other hand...
E: The Androids of Tara
M: Taran Woodbeast
K: Muppet Rejects
G: Anonymous Unemployed Actor
S: Sports Mascots
AKA: Rush Limbaugh
SP: Ask Monty Python.
W: Hot days location filming in a furry suit.
N: I don't mean to keep bashing Tom Baker era monsters, but they're so ridiculous.
E: Nightmare of Eden
M: The Mandrel
K: Lesser Nightmares of Eden
AKA: Disco Stu
SP: Is on Doctor Who.
W: Stayin' alive.
N: Even the Doctor Who Appreciation Society disliked it.
E: Four to Doomsday
AKA: Monarch, Enlightenment, Persuasion, and Shemp
SP: I'm not even going to dignify that with a response.
W: Acting. Definitely.
N: Although they're humerously referred to as "the frogs," they don't look like frogs, they look like people in bald caps and green makeup.
M: The Garm
K: Monsters Assembled on short notice.
AKA: Jim-Jim the dog-faced boy.
SP: Scratching the couch.
W: I think that it's obvious.
N: I'm convinced that its vest was part of the Krarg costume from Shada.
E: The Happiness Patrol
M: The Kandyman
K: Urban Legends... whoops, wrong Candyman
AKA: Bertie Bassett
SP: See Urbankans
W: That spray stuff the Doctor has.
N: Bassett Foods almost sued the B.B.C., caiming it resembled their logo, Bertie Bassett. I don't know what Bertie Bassett looks like, so I can't tell you if that's true.