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Who is "Doctor Who"?

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Dr. Who

Who is "Doctor Who"? For 20 years he has been shuttling through time and space sorting out galactic problems and vanquishing monsters. Born with two hearts and a cold body temperature of 60 degrees, the astonishing Doctor Who roams through the galaxy in his strange spaceship, the Tardis. Tardis is temperamental and unreliable, and the doctor himself is not infallible. Part of his appeal is his problem-solving capacity when things go wrong, making do with bits and pieces of electronic gadgetry that just happen to be around.

The fantastic yet believable "Doctor Who" airs each night at 9:30 p.m. on Channel 3 beginning September 6.

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