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Look Who Gets A Bonk! (1996)

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DR WHO is set to shock millions of TV fans — by bonking on screen!

The Timelord will lose his virginity during his latest out-of-this-world adventures in a two-hour TV special.

The Doctor, to be played by heart-throb Paul McGann, will have a raunchy sex session with a scientist called Dr Grace Wilson in the show later this year.

He will then invite his lover to become his new companion.

The raunchy new storyline was revealed when the script was leaked to Dr Who addicts.

One production insider said: "The script includes a sex session between the new Doctor and the girl who becomes his human companion.

"The Doctor has gone without nookie for more than 30 years but this is the 1990s. And to bring him up to date, he's got to get his leg over.

"Paul McGann is by far the hunkiest Doctor so far, and women will obviously find him very attractive.

"Some of the Doctor's fans may be upset by his emerging sexuality, but he's going to be a red-blooded Timelord. He may even knock back the odd drink or two."

American actress Daphne Ashbrook will play the Doctor's new assistant.

She has previously appeared in US soap Falcon Crest and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

The new two-hour adventure is being co-produced by the BBC and American movie company Universal. Filming is currently taking place in Canada.

The last Doctor, Sylvester McCoy, will make a guest appearance — but he will be exterminated by the Daleks!

The Doctor's dying body will regenerate into Paul McGann.

Julia Roberts' brother Eric has taken over the role of the Timelord's arch enemy The Master.

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