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All You Need To Know To Celebrate 50 Years of Doctor Who

On November 23rd, Doctor Who celebrates 50 years with a new special titled "The Day of the Doctor." Catch up on everything you need to know about the epic episode in this handy guide.

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  1. Doctor Who: A Look Back on Series 7
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    A look back at the events that lead up to "The Day of the Doctor."
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  2. Doctor Who: Explaining the Awesome New Trailer for "The Day of the Doctor"
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    In which we get our first look at what the special holds.
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  3. Doctor Who: What is a Zygon?
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    An old foe returns in "The Day of the Doctor." Here is what you need to know about them.
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  4. Doctor Who: 5 Reasons "Day of the Doctor" Takes Place in Pete's World (And 1 Why It Can't)
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    "I think a very good case can be made for the special taking place on Pete's World, the alternate Earth first seen in "Rise of the Cybermen" in 2006."
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  5. Doctor Who: A Regeneration FAQ
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    Never wonder why The Doctor keeps coming back again.
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  6. Doctor Who: Is It Time to Break The Sonic Screwdriver Again?
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    "The question is... do the same writing tropes that precipitated the sonic's destruction in the '80s exist now?"
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  7. Doctor Who: I Think I Know the Doctor's Name (And A Bad Thing About The 50th Anniversary)
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    Will any of the characters we know and love really be who they appear to be in the special? We have reasons to be suspicious.
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  8. Doctor Who: Your New to Who FAQ Kid's Edition
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    Want to introduce your kids to Doctor Who? Here's how to do it.
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