Whovians are abuzz over the this year's 50th Anniversary of our favorite time traveller. How will the man in charge, who gave us the now-legendary "Curse of Fatal Death", celebrate the tremendous history of the widely adored programme?
A hint just might have slipped out in this weekend's Birmingham Mail. It's looking increasingly like we may not just have a multiple Doctor episode, but we might have all eleven incarnations of the Doctor to date. Yes, even Hartnell, Troughton, and Pertwee thanks to the magic of modern technology.
But is this just fan speculation and rumor masquerading as fact, or have the notoriously tight-vested folks at the Beeb accidentally allowed some details to slip? As someone who was in the audience in NYC for BBC America's screening of "Asylum of the Daleks", and who helped keep the Jenna-Louise Coleman appearance a secret, we here are inclined to think this to be not much more rumor and fan service. The Beeb keeps their secrets better than this.
However, wouldn't it be delicious? How do you find the answer to "Doctor Who?" without having all of the Doctor's known incarnations involved? (No word on the Valeyard, but there's still time.)