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Reportedly the 2017 episodes he is doing will be his last
 
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Reportedly the 2017 episodes he is doing will be his last


Plus the 2017 Christmas Special - which (I assume) will include the new Doctor
 
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The next Doctor is going to be officially announced on Sunday.
 
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Come on, Mike Tyson. I so want Mike Tyson as the next doctor. The internet would explode. The episodes would be beyond bizarre. It would be great!
 
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The Christmas special is going to have David Bradley playing the first Doctor, that's neat as he was great when he played William Hartnell in an adventure in time and space, but indications are it's a woman doctor,(and I don't want to make enemy's) I think that would be unacceptable at this time, especially as there is a female master and a new female companion,there will be no men, I was really hoping for Kris Marshall myself, we already know that Hayley Atwell turned it down so hold on to your hats fella's, we only have James Bond left.
 
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Hayley Atwell would have been a good choice. I always thought Jaime Murray would have made a great female version of The Doctor.
 
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Hayley Atwell would have been a good choice. I always thought Jaime Murray would have made a great female version of The Doctor.


Yes to both. I would have loved to see Hayley or Jaime.
 
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A female Dr Who Eek

They will be wanting female women next. Big Grin

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Even I like Jaime Murray.

Maybe I'm wrong, but they make too much of a big thing of it. Don't talk about it like you are breaking some glass ceiling. That didn't work for the last Ghostbusters and it sure didn't work for Hillary. That can't be the only selling point.

Just do it and do it well. There is no reason why Doctor Who should not be a female.
 
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Hayley Atwell would have been a good choice. I always thought Jaime Murray would have made a great female version of The Doctor.


Andy Murray's brother ? the tennis player ? don't think he would work, Hayley Atwell is too busy in Hollywood making millions playing agent Carter cameo's.
 
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Hayley Atwell would have been a good choice. I always thought Jaime Murray would have made a great female version of The Doctor.


Andy Murray's brother ? the tennis player ? don't think he would work, Hayley Atwell is too busy in Hollywood making millions playing agent Carter cameo's.


Not quite Andy's brother. Smile
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1444665/?ref_=nv_sr_1
 
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Hayley Atwell would have been a good choice. I always thought Jaime Murray would have made a great female version of The Doctor.


Andy Murray's brother ? the tennis player ? don't think he would work, Hayley Atwell is too busy in Hollywood making millions playing agent Carter cameo's.


Not quite Andy's brother. Smile
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1444665/?ref_=nv_sr_1

I was only kidding Raj I know she's HG in warehouse 13 (I have a wardrobe card) Wink
 
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I was only kidding Raj I know she's HG in warehouse 13 (I have a wardrobe card) Wink


Never doubted it but it was worth it to see more of her.
 
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A female Dr Who Eek

They will be wanting female women next. Big Grin


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