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Holy Crap, Steven Moffat Said Something We Agree With

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Is This Doctor Who Selfie The Source Of Selfies?

If you’re tired of selfies, or even the word selfie, feel free to blame the Doctor. It’s obvious from this t-shirt design by Medusa Dollmaker they ripped a hole in the fabric of time and space by this selfie event and started a chain reaction which spread throughout the universe!

Previously in Doctor Who

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Doctor Who Gets a New Actor, More Moffatsplaining

Like mansplaining, Moffatsplaining involves giving an explanation that’s far less helpful than the speaker thinks it is. For example: That time Steven Moffat explained the plot hole about the departure of Amy and Rory, or the plot hole about the Statue of Liberty. This time he’s turned his Moffatsplaining powers to the Doctor’s not-death on Trenzalore. We also have a new actor, Matt Smith talking about how his generation scene could have been a lot darker than it ended up, and Paul McGann on why he probably won’t be coming back to Doctor Who any time soon.

Allons-y!

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Mark Gatiss Teases a Jane Austen Doctor Who Episode, Had Better Follow Through Or I’ll Cry

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a science fiction show with a tendency to include historical authors, must be in want of a Jane Austen episode.”

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Mark Gatiss Questions Steven Moffat’s Idea Of Gallifrey Returning On Doctor Who

Steven Moffat made some big moves in the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor. Big moves which included the canon-altering inclusion of the thought-dead Time Lords. While fans had mixed reactions to the idea, it seems frequent Moffat collaborator Mark Gatiss falls squarely on one side of the fence.

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Everyone, Quiet! David Tennant Is Talking! About Xbox Kinect Sports! [VIDEO]

Doctor Who/Broadchurch/Gracepoint star David Tennant is lending his vocal talents to Kinect Sports Rivals, a game debuting next month on Xbox One. I don’t care about sports but I do care about David Tennant and his wonderful voice. Hmm, torn. Either way, watch this video, he’s adorable and you’ll learn what the last video game he played was. Hint: His answer made me flail.

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Keeley Hawes is Our New Doctor Who Villain

Last month we were briefly introduced to a new secondary companion for Peter Capaldi‘s 12th Doctor, Danny Pink, a fellow teacher at Clara Oswald’s Coal Hill School. Now, the BBC has given us a look at the design for a new villain character, played by Death at a Funeral‘s Keeley Hawes.

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Artist Perfectly Pairs Doctor Who Actors With Pooches

DeviantArtist tee-kyrin (Christie) is a Doctor Who fan who dabbles in animal art. What has resulted from her love is something phenomenal – Dogtor Who. Take a look and see if you don’t agree with us about the perfect pairings.

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Our First Look At Arrow’s Clock King: Villain, Time Enthusiast, Interpretive Dancer

Well that’s what it looks like! Arrow has such a weird relationship with promo pics (scroll down).

One more pic of Robert Knepper as the DC baddie is behind the jump. He’s possibly voguing in it.

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Matt Smith Might Have One More Episode of Doctor Who, Colin Baker is Definitely Ready to Play a Female Doctor

Colin Baker jumps on the Lady Doctor train with all the cool kids, and we may not have heard the last of Matt Smith‘s Doctor? It’s rumors and folks saying stuff time for Doctor Who. Potential spoilers ahead!

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