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It’s USA Week!

USA! USA! USA! Yee-and indeed-haw! The Doctor is heading stateside and to celebrate the first time his size nines have trod in America soil all this week the BBC website are recalling the shows past brushes with America and looking ahead to season six’s  two-part opener.

Donning a Stetson and chugging back a Bud (other American beers are available) the site promises US-themed wallpapers, jigsaws and countless (well, at least 7) clips of the Doctor’s previous jaunts to, from and across America.

Including an exclusive (and very silly) sequence featuring Amy and the Doctor shot on location in the Utah Desert  for BBC America.

Tuesday’s content featured a clip from the much maligned but actually not that bad Series 3/Season 29 two parter Daleks in Manhattan/Evolution of the Daleks which features the Daleks! In Manhattan! That’s actually in America!

And if that doesn’t make you want to do an Anthony Hopkins there’s also a new series jigsaw to complete whilst you dream of life in the Big Country.

We get all this fabulous content from the USA and in exchange they get Piers Morgan…USA! USA! USA!

Check back on the site tomorrow at 1pm for the next instalment!



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