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Deal: Doctor Who Amy Pond 1/6 Scale Figure
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Doctor Who Amy Pond 1/6 Scale Figure

The deal of the day over at Things From Another World today is the Doctor Who Amy Pond 1/6 Scale Figure for $139.99 (that’s 30% off the list price of $199.99).

Note – this deal is only for today, Monday, December 16, 2013, until 11:59pm PST while supplies last (and at TFAW, supplies don’t last so grab this now if you want it at a discounted price).

If/when the deal runs out, you can still get Doctor Who Amy Pond 1/6 Scale Figure for the discounted price of $171.02 at Amazon.

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Young ‘Doctor Who’ Fan Recites Matt Smith’s Pandorica Monologue For Kindergarten Talent Show
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The Pandorica OpensI’m going to post this with as little commentary as possible, for the video really truly does speak for itself. What you have at the bottom of this post, dear Geeks of Doom readers, is Matt Smith‘s monologue from the Doctor Who episode, The Pandorica Opens. It is performed by a young kindergartener. Yes, you read that correctly.

This little dude has better control of memorizing the lines from Doctor Who than I do, and he does it very well.

And for bonus points, he’s dressed up in costume as the Eleventh Doctor as well – complete with bow tie! Believe me, you’ll want to share this one with your friends who are fellow Doctor Who fans.

Check it out!

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Watch Now: Another New Behind The Scenes Look At ‘Doctor Who’ Series 6!
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The Impossible Astronaut

The BBC and BBC America are pulling no punches when it comes to promoting the upcoming Series 6 of Doctor Who. Less than a day after the BBC released two preview clips from opening episode The Impossible Astronaut, BBC America has released a neat Behind The Scenes video that gives some fantastic snippets and clips from the same episode, and its concluding second part, Day of the Moon. You can check out this awesome Doctor Who Insider at the bottom of this post.

In the video, Steven Moffat highlights his intentions behind “bringing Doctor Who to America” (or is it “bringing America to Doctor Who“?) and director Toby Haynes discusses how different this episode will feel for Doctor Who; while cast members Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill talk about the amazing fun they had while filming — giving references to other films that they (and we) all love such as Indiana Jones and Back to the Future.

What’s cool about the video is that it provides some additional snippets and clips from the first two episodes, giving Doctor Who fans another little glimpse at the feel of the episode. Mark Sheppard, who plays Canton Everett Delaware III in the episodes, has a brilliant line in the footage: “America is being invaded!”

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Watch Now: More Preview Clips From Opening Episode Of ‘Doctor Who’ Series 6
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The Impossible Astronaut

The BBC has released two new clips from the first episode of Doctor Who Series 6, entitled The Impossible Astronaut. Directed by Toby Haynes, written by showrunner Steven Moffat, and filmed on-location in the United States, The Impossible Astronaut is the first part of an adventure that concludes in the second episode, Day of the Moon. You can view the preview clips at the bottom of this post — but be warned again, for more spoilery goodness is abound!

The videos released by BBC seem to be near the beginning of the episode, featuring a reunion between the Stetson-wearing Doctor and his companions, and a deep but dark conversation between the heroes inside the TARDIS as they ask the Doctor for his help “without asking why.” There’s a wonderful reference in the second clip to the moment of when Amy first met The Doctor, which is a nice touch. Those after clues to the opening episodes might want to make note that the Doctor is only wearing the Stetson in one of the clips… In the words of River Song herself, “Spoilers…!”

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New Images & Spoilers For ‘Doctor Who’ Series 6
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Doctor Who

It’s less than two weeks until Series 6 of Doctor Who kicks off worldwide on television screens, and it’s getting to be a very exciting time to be a fan of the Time Lord. BBC and BBC America have released a whole bunch of new photos from the new season — including a sneak peak of the new creepy villain the Doctor will be facing in the opening two episodes, The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon.

On top of that, new photos released by the BBC to media outlets give fans more previews of upcoming shows, including the “pirate” episode Curse of the Black Spot, the Neil Gaiman-penned The Doctor’s Wife, and confirmation (finally!) of the return of a classic villain. You can view the images at the bottom of this post.

Bear in mind, the photos (as well as the rest of the content of this post) could be considered spoilers — so consider to have been alerted!

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