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Princess

Just been thinking about this with the 50th Doctor Who coming up next week.  So many clips, it's so tempting but I'm trying to stay spoiler free.

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Andy

Sometimes, it depends... with Doctor Who, nope! :p

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Princess

I haven't watched any clips

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