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Doctor's feelgood, Downton ... shabby

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WE all look forward to TV's Christmas Day specials and some turn out better than others, as EMMA GRITT discovered ...

DOCTOR WHO ALWAYS watchable, what the Doctor needed to beat the walnut-headed Dream Crabs was a giant nutcracker.

Instead, he had Nick Frost's Santa as back-up.

Die Hard fans must have loved hearing the Time Lord shout "Yip-pee-ki-yay" as he sleighed his way past Big Ben.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Gritt, Emma (2014-12-26). Doctor's feelgood, Downton ... shabby. The Sun p. 45.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Gritt, Emma. "Doctor's feelgood, Downton ... shabby." The Sun [add city] 2014-12-26, 45. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Gritt, Emma. "Doctor's feelgood, Downton ... shabby." The Sun, edition, sec., 2014-12-26
  • Turabian: Gritt, Emma. "Doctor's feelgood, Downton ... shabby." The Sun, 2014-12-26, section, 45 edition.
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