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Karen’s Candid Camera

It’s never easy to do. You’re flicking through your newspaper when all of a sudden there’s a pictures of an actor or an actress from Doctor Who and you just have to read it.

You might notice a wretched piece in which the subject has been caught unawares as they drop their phone or eat their lunch and is barely worth mentioning but it’s connected to the world of Doctor Who so it has to be read – just in case they mention any information about the new series.

Readers of The Metro (the free paper that is given out in the morning across the UK, for those not in the know) may have noticed what appears to be one such article this morning that looked just like that – even if it was dominated by a picture of Karen Gillan with her lustrous red locks in her face.

Of course, this might just have been an excuse for the paper to remind us that:

Doctor Who fans are looking forward to the next series of the sci-fi classic, which will be split into two to allow for more major plot twists.

In the meantime, we’ve got several months of cameraphone/paparazzi snaps of Karen Gillan taking up column inches of various papers and magazines, punctuated only by the Doctor Who Christmas Special


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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