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New Time Lord Makes Crashing Entrance


It clearly takes a while to get the hang of piloting the Tardis. But a regenerated Dr Who still looks a bit embarrassed in the flying police box after his crash-bang-wallop landing on Earth.

David Tennant makes his Time Lord debut in the Christmas Day special of BBC1's sci-fi series. It could have gone smoother, though -- because after his out-of-control spiral near the estate home of sidekick Rose (Billie Piper) the dippy Doc collapses muttering: "Oh, I know! Merry Christmas!"

And when he doesn't wake for days, Rose has to go solo to save the world from some sinister Santas.

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