David Tennant Kink Encylopedia

Title: Sweet Night Good Heart (2002)

Role: Pete

David played Pete, a man whose attempts to break up with his girlfriend go wrong when she assumes he’s trying to propose, in this short film. Some sites have it listed as 2005 but the British Film Council list it as 2002.

General Hotness:  5. Still growing the buzzcut out.
Nudity:  0
Sex:  0
Drag:  0
Bondage:  0
HoYay:  0
Whump:  0
Talk the Talk: 0
Other: 1. This is the first time David worked with Kate Ashfield. Expect the second time to have a much higher kink-meter rating.


Total: 6/100

Watch the whole thing on YouTube HERE.

Title: Push Up (2002)

Role: Robert

David created the role of Robert in the debut of this play at the Royal Court Theatre. Formed of three self-contained acts, act 2 shows ambitious advertising “whiz kid” Robert tearing down new employee Patrizia’s idea. Flashbacks and soliloquies reveal that they had a passionate sexual encounter at an office party, but both were so overwhelmed with love they were too afraid to call afterwards. Both misinterprets the other’s lack of contact as meaning they thought of it as a meaningless fling, and now hate each other. The chance arises for reconciliation, but both put furthering their careers first, and never see each other again.

General Hotness:  4. Short spiky hair bad, sharp suit good.
Nudity:  0
Sex:  4. No actual sex is shown, but both characters talk about how their encounter was the best sex they’d ever had.
Drag:  0
Bondage:  1. Patrizia talks about how Robert’s language shows a conscious or unconscious desire to dominate her.
HoYay:  0
Whump:  0
Talk the Talk: 4. Robert: “It was the best sex I’ve ever had.”
Patrizia: “Behind my back the door opens and closes again but I don’t turn around. He stands right behind me, I can feel his breath. I know it’s him. He puts his hand round my waist. He turns me and we kiss. He pushes me against the window pane and pulls up my dress. We have sex. Unbelievably passionate sex.”
Robert: “I walk behind her. She smells just like I imagined. I put my hands around her waist and turn her. We kiss. I push her against the window and pull up her dress. We have sex. Incredible, passionate sex.”
Patrizia: “He didn’t call. He didn’t think I was worth it. And I was going to punish him for that. No, not just punish - destroy.”
Robert: “I got angry because she didn’t call. I meant nothing to her and she was going to pay for that.”
Patrizia: “I guess we should fuck each other right here, right now. It would probably solve most of our problems.” / Robert: “Maybe.”
Other: 0


Total: 13/100

Title: Only Human (2001)

Role: Tyler

David played the lead in this unaired TV pilot, playing a private eye who wakes one morning to find an AI ‘digital assistant’ ADA watching and commenting on his every movement.


General Hotness:  6. The lack of trousers more than makes up for the fact this was shot during the ‘crewcut’ era
Nudity: 4. Tyler runs around in just very brief black briefs and a t-shirt quite a lot of the time. The final shot is also kinky as hell.
Sex: 1. None, apart from the fact he’s apparently basically a webcam girl for his landlord.
Drag: 0
Bondage: 0
HoYay: 1. Nothing really considering he has no scenes with anyone apart from ADA, but it’s mighty suggestive that Tyler’s male landlord allows him to live in an empty office building he owns, for free, in exchange for Tyler allowing him to install webcams in Tyler’s bedroom.
Whump: 1. Tyler isn’t happy about ADA tracking him everywhere.
Talk the Talk:  2. “Oh, bollocks!”
Tyler stopping the AI’s camera from seeing him in his underwear: “Sorry, show’s over.”
Tyler on his career spying on cheating spouses: “When ADA arrived I was in the middle of some extra-marital lust, as usual.”
Tyler on life in the olden days: “Women were supposed to be these dutiful little servants, looking after their lord and master. That probably just made men cheat all the more. Be like living with a robot on Prozac, all that yes dear, great dear, you’re so right dear” / ADA: “Yes Tyler, great Tyler, you’re so right Tyler.”
Other: 2. David’s Scottish accent getting much heavier when his character gets angry is amusing. Ditto (given his comments on Twitter) hearing him rail about how the Internet isn’t his favourite place. Neither is as funny as seeing him speaking into a calculator being used as a prop futuristic phone.
Total: 17/100

Watch the whole thing on YouTube, courtesy of the always-wonderful TiddyBeth: Part One, Part Two.

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Mini-Meter #6 - Doctor Who: Colditz - Feldwebel Kurtz (2001)

In 2001 David Tennant’s childhood dream came true (or at least started to) when he made his first-ever Doctor Who appearance, playing Nazi officer Kurtz in the Seventh Doctor Big Finish audiobook.

Kurtz is a sadistic Nazi POW camp guard and creepy (implied) attempted rapist. Which admittedly as far as kink goes is a rather acquired taste. His voice does become extraordinarily sultry at certain moments. Still I hope you enjoy these quotes and short audio extracts.

"STRIP!" - Kurtz, on meeting Ace.

"Rope! You came prepared." - Kurtz, searching Ace’s backpack.

"I have something you must see!" - Kurtz, to the Commandant.
"Oh, don’t mind me, I’m sure it’s nothing I haven’t seen already." - The Doctor’s response.

"You owe me a favour now, fraulein. I will expect to be shown special… kindness from now on." - Kurtz, upping the creep-o-meter to Ace.

"Touch me again and you’ll be singing soprano." - Ace’s response.

"You will learn obedience!" - Kurtz, to Ace.

"We will have many hours together, you and I … to reach an understanding. I think we could become friends … in time." - Kurtz getting even creepier.


Kurtz is ultimately killed by trying to throw himself into the TARDIS after an escaping Doctor and Ace, leaving him half inside and half outside when the TARDIS dematerializes. The half that is inside is transported with the TARDIS, leading to… messy results. Bad news for Kurtz, but how thrilled do you think David was to play a character who gets to (half) ride inside the TARDIS?

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Love your blog! I was wondering if David played an LGBT character apart from Davina and Eddington? I heard he's very gay-friendly in real life and I believe he'd be great playing an interesting non-stereotypical gay man in a movie or in theatre.
Anonymous

kinkydavidtennant:

Hmm, good question. I’ve tried to compile a list but I have the feeling I might have missed one.

Glorious 39 (film) - David’s character is gay (only implied onscreen - it’s what he’s being blackmailed over - but explicitly stated in interviews).
Casanova (miniseries) - the real Casanova slept with women and men. The TV Casanova less so, since while he does fall in love/lust with and decides to pursue a relationship with a ‘man’, it’s ultimately revealed to be a woman cross dressing.
Posh Nosh (TV series) - the tennis instructor he plays in episode 3 ‘Paella’ is evidently gay and has some unspecified relationship with Richard E Grant’s closeted main character.
Richard II (play) - There’s some historical debate as to Richard II’s sexuality, but in this production Richard is played as ambiguously bisexual.

I'd never have imagined I'd want to categorize DT's kink, but having read through everything you've posted so far, I'm not sure how I ever lived without this. So, um, thanks!

Thank you!

Why must you post the most ovary exploding things in this universe? why u do dis?

It’s a compulsion. A filthy, gorgeous compulsion.

Love your blog! I was wondering if David played an LGBT character apart from Davina and Eddington? I heard he's very gay-friendly in real life and I believe he'd be great playing an interesting non-stereotypical gay man in a movie or in theatre.
Anonymous

Hmm, good question. I’ve tried to compile a list but I have the feeling I might have missed one.

Glorious 39 (film) - David’s character is gay (only implied onscreen - it’s what he’s being blackmailed over - but explicitly stated in interviews).
Casanova (miniseries) - the real Casanova slept with women and men. The TV Casanova less so, since while he does fall in love/lust with and decides to pursue a relationship with a ‘man’, it’s ultimately revealed to be a woman cross dressing.
Posh Nosh (TV series) - the tennis instructor he plays in episode 3 ‘Paella’ is evidently gay and has some unspecified relationship with Richard E Grant’s closeted main character.
Richard II (play) - There’s some historical debate as to Richard II’s sexuality, but in this production Richard is played as ambiguously bisexual.

i recommend Single Father and The Politican's Husband. You get the Tennant I think this blog needs.
Anonymous

Absolutely, they have great sex scenes. Thanks for messaging.

You missed one of Tennant's sex scenes, the one in "Recovery." :)
Anonymous

Thanks for pointing it out. Will add it to the list.