Doctor Who

Okay, can someone please explain it to me, because even though I work in that damn business, I don’t get it.
I live thousands of kilometers away from the US. I neither have the time nor the money to fly to every con over there, as much as I’d love to. On cons they show trailers and sneak peeks of shows I love, but people who have the opportunity to go to those cons are not allowed to share ANYTHING about it online.
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When I got into Doctor Who, it was by mere chance. Originally I just wanted to watch Torchwood and check out Jack Harkness’ origins. Needless to say that Doctor Who quickly became the show I went crazy about, while to the day Torchwood is nothing more than enjoyable to watch.
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I felt that it was about time that I got some Doctor Who themed t-shirts – and what better to use than Whovian advices?
If you like, you can have the designs in a printable format (I have special paper you print on and then iron onto the shirt; can be purchasd on Amazon, for example). Just contact me 🙂 Also, I can make variations (with different texts/advices) if you want.

Yesterday at midnight the BBC shocked millions (and no, I don’t think that’s an exaggeration) of Doctor Who fans:
Matt Smith is putting down his bow tie this Christmas – he steps down from playing the Doctor to make way for number 12. Twitter literally exploded – no surprise here – and the hashtag #ThankYouMatt was immediately formed (as well as #BowtiesAreCool).
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So ever since I read that Robert Carlyle had once been considered for the role of the Doctor – I think it must have been the 11th – I just can’t get rid of that thought.
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Originally, and as it usually goes, I wanted to make a Top Five. But I could only think of four shows I love so much that they just *have* to be included here. Over the years I’ve watched many fabulous shows, and most of them I loved, even still love. But there are only so many extraordinary ones – and these are the four I deem to be this.
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