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William Shatner
Whovians! A special treasure in my auction! The shooting script for Peter Capaldi’s last episode as Dr. Who - the Christmas episode! 😱
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Jamie Barraclough 12 Oct 17
Replying to @WilliamShatner
Taken too soon from us. I need one more season of Capaldi, one more season of Missy!
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Katie 13 Oct 17
Agreed!!! I loved Missy!
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Elizabeth Direnzo 13 Oct 17
Peter Capaldi & Michelle Gomez are sheer perfection to watch...miss them already 😪😪
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Stef Kukla 17 Oct 17
It's the end, but the moment has been prepared for 😉
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Jamie Barraclough 17 Oct 17
To be honest i still have separation anxiety from Tennant's final episode. This one may break my heart 😩
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Chris Pelletier 12 Oct 17
Replying to @WilliamShatner
Very nice. Does the winner have to promise not to spoil the episode for everyone?
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Michael Winks 13 Oct 17
I think I could make a fair guess at how it ends!!
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Chris Pelletier 13 Oct 17
The Doctor wakes up and finds Captain Jack in the shower?
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Stef Kukla 17 Oct 17
With Jodie as the Doctor? Might be unbroadcastable.
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Chris Pelletier 17 Oct 17
Jack looks at her "Why Hello there". The Doctor says "Oh shut up", rolling here eyes.
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David Farmbrough 16 Oct 17
Replying to @WilliamShatner
Yeah, actually we're not called 'Whovians'. Doctor Who fans, if you please.
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Fredrington Two 👽 16 Oct 17
It's strange that you say 'we', when there is definitely a fan base of Dr Who that call themselves Whovians.
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Ivriniel 16 Oct 17
The term “Whovian” originated in America in the 1980s. British fans needn’t be bound by it.
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Fredrington Two 👽 16 Oct 17
Bit presumptuous to make that decision on their behalf en masse, isn't it?
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Brenda C 12 Oct 17
Replying to @WilliamShatner
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Rob Kelly 13 Oct 17
If we found all the lost episodes of the ‘60s, and held the BBC ransom - I doubt we could afford this.
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Stef Kukla 17 Oct 17
They'll just have to keep making animation for the existing audio. It's highly unlikely (sadly) that much more will be found 😔
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Adam Richard 17 Oct 17
Look, when they found Tomb in 1992, I thought that would be the end of it, but so much more has turned up since. Ever optimistic.
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Stef Kukla 17 Oct 17
I envy your optimism. Some see the glass half-full of water, some see it half-empty. I just see half-a-glass of water.
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Adam Richard 17 Oct 17
This is depressing. I hear half a glass and now I need chocolate.
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