- "How's the kill count these days?"
- "Super high! Wait, do you mean on the battlefield? Zero. I thought you meant on the operating table."
- —Doc in MIA: Episode 3
Role in Plot[edit | edit source]
After Sarge calls Vic on the radio to explain the disappearance of Grif, Vic decides to send a medic, Doc, to assist the Reds. Doc then proceeds to talk with Sarge, explaining his battlefield kill count of zero but his high operating table kill count. Doc agrees to come assist the Reds, but is not seen again.
Doc is also referred to in Realignment by Epsilon, when Tucker offers to ask Command to send a medic. Epsilon tells him not to and states that "those guys are just bad luck." Caboose then tells Church that he already called command, angering Epsilon.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Doc's personality is near identical to his real world counterpart's, being a pacifist and an unskilled medic. He also seems to have some good relations with the other Epsilon-doubles and acts very positive, similar to his original counterpart.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Like his real life counterpart, Epsilon-Doc is very unskilled in medical practices as he states his kill count on the operating table is "Super high!"
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