Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Special Holiday Wednesday edition of Where's the Witch?

Okay, so this is only the second time I've done a "Where's the Witch?" post, but today is too important a day to not do this. For it was forty-two years ago today, on November 23, 1963, that one of the greatest television shows ever made began. Doctor Who ran for twenty-six years on the BBC with seven actors in the lead role, spawned two theatrical movies in the 1960s and a TV movie revivial in 1996 (with the eighth Doctor), and was successfully brought back to television last year with a ninth — and now a tenth — actor to play the Doctor. Through Doctor Who I've gotten to travel to conventions around the country and met many of the stars of the show, but most importantly, I also met my wife, a fellow Whovian. So, in honor of the day, here is an extra special bonus edition of "Where's the Witch?"

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