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Hi! In the current season of Doctor Who, Doctor Matt Smith rode on the back of a triceratops.
My question this month is:
If such a script had been written for you as the Doctor, what kind of animal would you have loved to ride?
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Except for re-voicing bits of scenes in post production, I did not watch Doctor Who when I was in it. And as I was in it for so many years I lost the habit. And I never saw any other Doctor Who either. So, you see, I can't answer your question. I don't mean to suggest I have something against the series, not at all. I have other interests and travel far and very wide doing other things: by that I mean dreaming.
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