Keeping with this week’s theme of ‘Endeavour’-“Deguello” centered posts, since it’s Thursday, we usually have a theory of “relateeveety. And this episode concluded the plotline of a good candidate for such a theory.
Normally I would have saved this post for next New Year’s Day when I run my annual “Who’s On First?” blogathon. But since this is a week for “Deguello” posts, I’m going to run it now.
Henry Gordon Jago is a character who appeared in the 1977 ‘Doctor Who’ television serial, “The Talons of Weng-Chiang”. He was played by Christopher Benjamin. He worked so well with Trevor Baxter's character, Professor George Litefoot, the production team briefly considered giving them their own spin-off series. In 2009 they reprised their roles for the Big Finish Productions audio drama, “The Mahogany Murderers”. This led to their own audio series, ‘Jago & Litefoot’.
(That last sentence refers to their adventures in the audioverse and perhaps in BookWorld, so they are not officially part of Toobworld. I just liked the images brought up by those two adventures.)
But if so, there could have been issue. At least one son, I would imagine; and that son would have a family of own, carrying the family name of Jago into the 20th Century.