The programme is called Doctor Who while the character is just 'the Doctor.' That hasn't stopped the name of the show popping up. A lot.
- p. 56, and follows is a table of episodes with variations of people asking"Doctor .. who?"
I posted about this some time back! It was included with one of the Doctor Who books I reviewed, and the daughter was stoked, STOKED to get it. Do you know which of us is a through and through Whovian? ;)
I know Whovians out there are dying to get their hands on this one. It's chockful. I'm not in a position to fully appreciate it ... but I will, I will, give me time!
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