Thursday, December 28, 2006

"Doctor Who" Is Quitting

Or maybe not. The BBC reported that the current Doctor David Tennant will be stepping down in the middle of the fourth series. The Evening Standard even reports on the people the BBC is eyeing to replace him. But then the BBC said he wasn't leaving and discounted the rumors as coming from the Sun tabloid. Or more accurately, they said that he was only doing the third series now and it was too soon to say anything about the fourth series. I hoipe Tennant sticks around: Tom Baker was the Doctor for seven years and some 170+ episodes. Seeing the Doctor change every two years would get exhausting.

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