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While being taught a dancing routine by their hosts, the Doctor, already picking up bad "vibes" from the house, realised that something was amiss due to the absence of Percy Shelley.
As strange happenings persisted in the house, the occupants soon found themselves trapped in various areas of the house, until the Doctor worked out that they were being deceived by a perception filter.
Still trapped in the house, the occupants saw the arrival of a Lone Cyberman , who was looking for "the Guardian". Confronting the Cyberman on her own, the Doctor learned that he was in search of the Cyberium , an AI which contained all the knowledge of all Cybermen , and that he had arrived from the Cyber-Wars.
After finding Percy Shelley hiding in the cellar, the Doctor figured out that he was the Guardian, as he had found the Cyberium and it had been absorbed into his body, but its possession was slowly killing him.
Despite some disagreements from her companions, the Doctor took the Cyberium from Percy and gave it to the Cyberman, who then vanished.
After constructing various countermeasures to combat the Cybermen, Team TARDIS travelled to a refugee planet in the far future in the aftermath of the great Cyber-Wars , finding only a couple of human survivors left, but they were unable to protect them when Cyberdrones attacked the settlement and destroyed the Doctor's contraptions.
Realising there was no hope in defending the settlement, the Doctor told everyone, including her companions, to flee to the rescue ships while she caused a diversion, but later found that the Lone Cyberman's Cyberguards had separated Ryan and the settler, Ethan , from the others in their retreat.
Stealing a Cyberfighter after briefly disabling the Lone Cyberman, the Doctor, Ryan and Ethan left the planet and flew into space, hoping to meet the others at the Boundary.
Arriving on the planet of the Boundary , the Doctor, Ryan and Ethan met Ko Sharmus , who led them to the Boundary, which opened to reveal a portal to Gallifrey.
TV : Ascension of the Cybermen Forced to accompany him to Gallifrey to prevent him killing her friends, the Doctor was placed in the Matrix by the Master, where she learnt that she was the Timeless Child , an entity who had the ability to regenerate indefinitely and whom the early Time Lords had experimented on and studied to gain the ability themselves.
The Doctor managed to escape from the Matrix by overloading it with her memories, and was reunited with her friends, Ko Shamus and the refugees.
She threatened to use the Death particle to destroy all organic life on Gallifrey, but was unable to do it.
However, Ko Sharmus appeared, having followed the Doctor, and offered to do the task for her. TV : The Timeless Children.
She was alone when she regenerated. The Doctor became an undercover assassin that served the King , known as the "Masked Assassin".
After some time, the King decided he wanted the Doctor herself dead, but she ran across the hills and took cover behind a Dalek , until the "Masked Assassin" was contracted to kill the Doctor.
The Doctor managed to convince the people to revolt against the King and use democracy instead. After she emptied out his slave mines , the Doctor confronted the King and revealed she was his assassin.
As the people approached with pitchforks, all the guards fled, and the Doctor suggested the King think about exile.
The Doctor once posed as a museum curator in Venice. Missy visited her to ask for the location of items that had been stolen from her in the 14th century , taking an old map from her and leaving, without realising that she had just spoken to the Doctor.
Later, the Doctor saved Antonia from being left behind in 14th century Venice, returning her to the present. She left Antonia with a note chastising Missy for her actions and that she would have to "try harder next time".
She then cleared out her office and told her assistant to tell anyone who asked, "the Doctor doesn't work here anymore. The Moment then joined her on the bench, and when the Doctor asked her why she had helped him the day he saved Gallifrey, the Moment said it was because she did not want to be used.
The Moment appeared again a year later to continue their conversation when the Doctor stood in a fountain at the heart of the Villengard banana groves.
The Moment told her that she helped because the universe had a need for the Doctor, and, at that point, they were in danger of stopping.
The Doctor once offered to babysit a young Judoon refugee from a "big fight" on a world far from Earth , but was prevented from doing so by other Judoon.
She went to Dublin after the young Judoon landed there, but found it was already in the care of Patricia. After the Judoon returned to its people, the Doctor gave a few encouraging words to Patricia.
The Doctor on the phone with Santa. While on an unnamed planet , the Doctor received a phone call from Santa Claus , telling her he needed her help with an emergency.
She headed straight to Lapland to meet with him. Upon her arrival, Santa told the Doctor that his sleigh had lost its magical flying power.
When the Fourth Doctor was trapped in the pocket dimension controlled by the Scratchman , the Thirteenth Doctor visited him to give him a reminder of what he stood for and what he had to be in order to encourage him to hold on to his true identity against the Scratchman's power.
Once her fourth incarnation, Sarah Jane Smith and Harry Sullivan were back on Earth, the Thirteenth Doctor visited the Fourth Doctor to muse on how important it was that they never give up on being the Doctor.
The Doctor contacted Bonnie and Osgood via text message, complaining about how she was stuck in a time eddy , trapping in her repetitive boredom.
WC : The Zygon Isolation. WC : Doctors Assemble! TV : Fugitive of the Judoon However, she would be upfront with her feelings when letting people know when she was afraid or no longer feeling a certain way.
She would keep her discoveries hidden from others with the mind-set of protecting them from a harmful realisation, TV : It Takes You Away , Orphan 55 and was not above being cryptic, handing Missy an annotated map of 14th century Venice without explaining it, and leaving Missy to discover for herself what the annotations meant, while also not divulging her true identity to Missy.
The Thirteenth Doctor was a chatty individual, frequently rambling to distract herself or others from her worries, or to inspire hope in herself.
TV : Demons of the Punjab , Spyfall , The Timeless Children However, when facing an adversary by herself, the Doctor would appear as a confident and direct speaker, even acting in a passive aggressive manner to antagonising them into exposing their shortcomings.
TV : Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror When Graham opened up to her about his fears of his cancer returning, the Doctor openly stated her uncertainty on how to respond, instead electing to narrate her movements and admit she would later think of something she should have said to him.
Like previous incarnations, the Thirteenth Doctor enjoyed it when people underestimated her, deliberately using her awkwardness to make herself seem "smaller", but she found it disappointing when, more often than not, in this new body, people often did not stop dismissing her, even once she threw off this persona.
TV : The Haunting of Villa Diodati She also talked down to the Queen of the Skithra as a parasite who was only queen of "shreds and patches", and then threatened her legacy as being forgotten after she was "too stupid" to take "a chance to evolve".
She also disliked not being in charge, still assuming to know better when someone else was better equipped to take charge in the situation at hand, TV : The Tsuranga Conundrum , Kerblam!
TV : The Haunting of Villa Diodati Even while trying to act incognito, the Doctor had no patience for others' claims of authority , and was especially protective of others who suffered under such leadership.
Nevertheless, she saw fault not in the systems themselves, but in the actions of those individuals who sought to abuse them.
She retained the absent-mindedness of her previous incarnation , tending to forget how many times she did something, TV : Rosa forgetting whether she was awarding points or gold stars to her companions, TV : Demons of the Punjab and only remembering she was holding an item of interest after asking for its whereabouts in a state of a panic.
TV : Spyfall She had a self-admitted tendency to confuse "meaning to say something" with "actually saying it", showing that she was oblivious to the ongoing need for effective communication with others, above mere intent.
TV : Praxeus She could even fail to notice her companions' presence or absence, even when they had been missing for some time.
She also retained her predecessor's veneration of the dead. TV : Demons of the Punjab As a result, the Doctor held respect for all living beings even if they caused harm due to their nature, TV : Arachnids in the UK , The Tsuranga Conundrum and sought to give a second chance even to the deadliest of her foes, TV : Resolution but would offer no second chances to those that truly irked her.
Upon seeing Gallifrey in ruin, the Doctor reacted with devastation. TV : Orphan 55 Even after some time had passed, the Doctor was still sore on the subject of dead planets.
TV : Fugitive of the Judoon After the Master revealed that she was the Timeless Child of legend, and the Time Lords had redacted her memories of that time of her life, the Doctor had a brief identity crisis, until a conversation with a past incarnation in the Matrix convinced her that, rather than being reduced to less, she "contain[ed] multitudes more than she ever thought".
The Doctor held a great admiration for those who crafted things for themselves and made their own inventions , praising both Ada Lovelace and Nikola Tesla for their ingenuity and forward thinking.
Placing intrinsic value in the creation of novelty, she saw the lack of recognition each received as trivial in comparison to their accomplishments.
She claimed that such people, who never created things themselves, were destined to be forgotten to history. While she once claimed to "love a conspiracy ", TV : Arachnids in the UK she disliked ones that resulted in information being purposely withheld from her.
The Thirteenth Doctor stated that love was central to her " faith ", believing it to be the better source of belief.
Like her early incarnations, the Thirteenth Doctor was not interested in romance , TV : Arachnids in the UK but retained a respect for it, TV : Demons of the Punjab even describing herself as a "romantic", TV : Praxeus though she disliked being flirted with.
TV : The Haunting of Villa Diodati She stood against racism and prejudice, and showed her disgust with gentle comments of acceptance.
The Doctor claimed that she enjoyed making "trip[s] into the past" for research purposes, but knew to be cautious when making such trips, even writing a note to chastise Missy for her lack of caution in that regard.
TV : Rosa Despite her usual unwillingness to tamper with time, the Doctor found herself willing take her companions to visit their own family history, with some persuasion, though warned her friend to "tread softly" on their own history.
TV : Demons of the Punjab At times, the Doctor's sense of justice got the better of her, making her intervene in past events if she believed them to be minuscule enough to not impact history in too great a detail.
TV : The Witchfinders She would still show signs of distress if preserving history meant letting injustices stand and go unpunished.
TV : Rosa , Demons of the Punjab. Similar to the Tenth Doctor , the Thirteenth Doctor disliked weaponry , opting instead to use her intellect and environment to her advantage, TV : The Ghost Monument , Arachnids in the UK even voicing her disapproval when someone resorted to using a weapon, TV : Spyfall though she admitted this was a "flexible creed", as anything that could be rebuilt was "fair game" to be destroyed.
TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth Nevertheless, even after Leon Perkins threatened her with a gun, the Doctor favoured serving him tea over imprisoning him, hoping to come to a common understanding with him.
Furthermore, the Thirteenth Doctor was passionately against murder , always trying her best to subdue her opponents in a non-lethal fashion.
When her patience and rage reached their zenith, the Doctor would resort to psychically attacking the one she was enraged with.
She implored those around her to ask questions about a situation, and showed no irritation on how off topic the questions got, TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth even showing excitement when the right questions were asked, TV : Rosa but would clarify when "the wrong question" to a situation was being posed.
TV : Arachnids in the UK However, she showed displeasure in handling multiple questions simultaneously, TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth and would refuse to answer questions asked of her if the person did not answer any questions she asked first.
Much like her eleventh incarnation , the Thirteenth Doctor would run into a situation without a strategy in mind, hoping to come up with a plan in the heat of the moment, TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth , Resolution claiming to be "good in a tight spot" TV : The Ghost Monument and to enjoy throwing a "curveball" into the situation, TV : Fugitive of the Judoon but would take precautions when she knew how dangerous a situation was.
Claiming to have "never been a fan of growing up", TV : Fugitive of the Judoon the Doctor used humour to defuse tension, TV : The Tsuranga Conundrum demonstrating a playful sense of humour.
She labelled the Moment's interface "a Christmas cracker ", and responded to Cass Fermazzi 's mention of having needed childhood therapy with a dry "didn't we all".
She retained the guilt demonstrated in her prior incarnations over the events of the Last Great Time War.
Visiting Cass prior to her death, the Doctor expressed her regret over Cass' fate and noted that saving Cass was impossible as "[Cass] was too wrapped up in [her] timeline", demonstrating her continued respect for the Laws of Time.
She considered her friends to be an extended family , TV : Resolution and emphasised with Nikola Tesla for feeling "out of place" amongst other people.
The Thirteenth Doctor enjoyed the company of the Seventh Doctor , even singling him out as "on [her] team" during a Multi-Doctor Event.
She also teasingly invited herself to the "wedding" of her bickering second and third incarnations. The Doctor cheerfully talks with Santa.
TV : Resolution She was encouraging with them, especially when they made a connection or deduction, showed prowess, acted well in a crisis, or came up with a good plan of action.
TV : Orphan 55 , Ascension of the Cybermen. She always gave her friends the chance to walk away or stay behind when faced with danger, TV : Rosa , Arachnids in the UK , Resolution , The Haunting of Villa Diodati or would order them to retreat if the dangers proved too severe, TV : Ascension of the Cybermen and sometimes preferred to face an enemy alone.
According to Graham O'Brien , when reflecting on her attitude after seeing a ravaged Gallifrey, "one minute [she was] all smiles, [and the] next minute [her] mind [was] somewhere else", but he still believed that the Thirteenth Doctor was "the best person [he] [knew]".
TV : Demons of the Punjab The Doctor would occasionally slip up when referring to herself, forgetting to account for the change in her identity , TV : The Ghost Monument , Spyfall as, much like the Eighth Doctor , she did not consider herself to be a man or a woman, "in the way that [humans] understand" such things.
Like her ninth incarnation , the Thirteenth Doctor spoke with a northern accent. Similar to her tenth incarnation , she would consider good things and ideas to be "brilliant", TV : Twice Upon a Time , Rosa , Kerblam!
TV : Spyfall , Praxeus. Also like the Tenth Doctor, she was quick to apologise for her own actions and others' circumstances.
When the Doctor came to a new realisation, or was informed of something, she would utter, "oh. The Doctor would state a feeling she was having, but then backtrack on that feeling and claim to be feeling the opposite of what she initially felt.
She often boasted about meeting historical figures, usually with an accompanying tale that shed new light on the character of said figure.
When surprised, the Doctor tended to give a yelp. When making a statement, the Doctor would say "right" before elaborating on her statement.
When speaking in absolutes, she tended to describe a development, or even a person, with "total". She would say things were going to be "fine" to reassure people, or when describing an ongoing situation, usually when all evidence pointed to the contrary.
When explaining her intended actions, the Doctor would utter, "but not right now", to show that she was preoccupied with a different situation than the one she was explaining.
The Doctor inspects a spider. When pleased, the Doctor would beam a wide smile. As with previous incarnations, she would also stand with her hands in her pockets , flicking her coat back as she did so.
When giving a speech, proclaiming instructions, or vocally analysing her situation, the Doctor would move her hands upwards, with her hands facing her head and with her fingers curled.
When drawing it from her coat, she would flourish her sonic screwdriver. After witnessing or learning of something that unnerved her, the Doctor would stare into the distance while remaining silent and unresponsive to her surroundings.
The Thirteenth Doctor had a tendency to make immediate assumptions, sometimes only to discover that her judgements were misplaced, though she would own up to her mistakes, once pointed out to her.
The Doctor used a point system to grade her companions to mark how well they performed. With the aid of Venusian aikido , the Doctor could use her pinkie finger to paralyse someone without harming them by pressing on their throat , TV : The Ghost Monument , Kerblam!
She was also swift and nimble, able to avoid being struck by a fist with ease, COMIC : The Warmonger and glide across a surface, jump and roll while avoiding shots from a Dalek gunstick.
By placing her hand on someone's temple, the Doctor could erase their memories, TV : Spyfall or search through their memories to find information.
TV : Orphan 55 , The Haunting of Villa Diodati In extreme cases, the Doctor was capable of telepathically inducing a state of death into someone by showing them how they were destined to die and making their bodies believe the illusion.
Having a speciality for "high-speed inventing", the Thirteenth Doctor was a skilled mechanic and engineer , TV : Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror able to craft new contraptions from whatever was at hand, often ordinary raw materials, TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth , Demons of the Punjab or, at any given moment, to alter and adapt technology already at her disposal to meet various needs.
TV : Ascension of the Cybermen. She was also equally adept at scientific analysis, able to determine a substance's component ingredients and even calculate proportions using only a microscope.
When the sonic screwdriver offered no help, the Doctor was known to go "analogue". On one occasion, she constructed a makeshift chemistry set out of oil , water , tree bark , a saucepan , nine containers, an old newspaper , a touch of ox spit and a chicken poo , which she then used to analyse a Thijarian remnant sample.
She was able to analyse her environment by tasting the ground, TV : It Takes You Away and could determine her location in time and space by observing the smells of her surroundings.
TV : Spyfall She claimed also to be able to smell the effects of time travel on those who had been through the Time Vortex , though she noted that this was an oversimplification.
She was also a competent driver of motor vehicles, able to drive both cars and motorbikes in high-stress situations. Without the aid of a translation circuit , the Doctor could read the language of the Creators of Death.
She could quickly calculate the length of time it would take her to do something, and act with quick succession, COMIC : The Warmonger though she sometimes doubted she would be able to complete the task in time.
Like her predecessors, the Thirteenth Doctor was a skilled escape artist , crediting it to the teachings of Harry Houdini.
The Doctor departs Ranskoor Av Kolos. The Thirteenth Doctor resembled a woman in her mid-thirties, possessing jaw-length blonde hair with dark roots, and hazel -coloured eyes.
In preparation for Umbreen 's wedding to Prem , the Doctor had henna tattoos temporarily applied to her arms by Hasna.
She also had a flower tucked behind her left ear during the ceremony. Immediately after regenerating, the Thirteenth Doctor viewed her reflection and deemed her new face to be "brilliant", TV : Twice Upon a Time though she was oblivious to the fact that she had changed from male to female until informed by Yasmin Khan.
The Doctor unveils her new outfit. After going clothes shopping at a charity shop with Ryan Sinclair and Yasmin Khan , TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth the Thirteenth Doctor took to wearing a hooded , lilac-blue trench coat with midnight blue interim apart from the sleeves which had lavender pink insides and a rainbow pattern along the edges.
TV : Resolution Under her shirt, she wore a white , long-sleeved undershirt. TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth , Rosa On one occasion, she dispersed with the t-shirt entirely and instead wore a blue, buttoned-up, sleeveless waistcoat.
She also wore golden-ringed ear cuffs at the top and at the lobe of her left ear. The top cuff was a series of eight joint stars , and the bottom cuff was in the shape of two hands holding each other.
When performing maintenance on her TARDIS, or building a new device, the Doctor would wear a pair of protective goggles, TV : The Woman Who Fell to Earth , Spyfall , Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror and, similar to her fourth incarnation , she occasionally wore a scarf around her neck , with either a full rainbow pattern or a navy blue scarf with a rainbow pastern on the ends..
At the end of life, the Doctor can regenerate her body; as a result, her physical appearance and personality change. Whittaker's incarnation is a light-hearted adventurer with a passion for building things, placing a high value on friendships and striving for non-violent solutions.
This incarnation's companions include part-time warehouse worker Ryan Sinclair , retired bus driver and Ryan's stepgrandfather Graham O'Brien and probationary police officer Yasmin Khan , all of whom she met shortly after her regeneration.
In January , Steven Moffat announced that he would leave the show after the tenth series; he was set to be replaced by new showrunner Chris Chibnall.
Peter Capaldi confirmed a year later that the tenth series would be his last, too. Following this news, several media reports and bookmakers had speculated as to who would replace Capaldi as the Thirteenth Doctor.
The concept of a female Doctor was first mentioned in , when Tom Baker suggested his successor might be female, after announcing the end of his tenure as the Fourth Doctor.
Neither portrayal is typically considered to be within the show's main continuity. The concept of Time Lords changing sex upon regeneration was seeded throughout Moffat's tenure as showrunner.
In the episode " The Doctor's Wife ", the Doctor recalls a Time Lord acquaintance known as the Corsair, who had at least two female incarnations.
The most notable Time Lord to have appeared in both male and female forms prior to Whittaker's casting is the Doctor's nemesis, The Master , portrayed from to by Scottish actress Michelle Gomez.
This version of the character was known as Missy, short for "Mistress". When referring to whether the new Doctor would be a woman, incoming Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall originally was quoted in February , as saying, "Nothing is ruled out but I don't want the casting to be a gimmick and that's all I can say".
Whittaker was introduced as the Thirteenth Doctor on 16 July and subsequently made her debut in the Christmas special " Twice Upon a Time".
Her audition for The Doctor simply blew us all away. In November , BBC confirmed that the twelfth series , Whittaker's second series, began production in November Interviewed by Radio Times , Chibnall described the Thirteenth Doctor as "absolutely the Doctor, but there's a new calibration, a new mixture of Doctorishness.
The Thirteenth Doctor is incredibly lively, warm, funny, energetic, inclusive — she's the greatest friend you could wish to have as your guide around the universe.
Very high energy. Jodie has that about her Doctor. In the minute-long clip in which the casting of Jodie Whittaker was announced, she wears a grey overcoat over a black hoodie.
The Thirteenth Doctor's costume features blue high-waisted culottes with yellow braces , a navy blue t-shirt with a rainbow stripe across it, a lilac-blue  trenchcoat with a hood, brown lace-up boots, blue socks and piercings on her left ear.
Whittaker stated that she worked with the show's costume designer Ray Holman who had also worked before with Whittaker on Broadchurch to come up with her outfit, inspired by a photograph that she had found online.
The photograph had been published in a issue of Sassy showing a number of female models in men's clothing, with the specific photo of a woman in trousers, braces and a T-shirt, walking with a purpose.
Whittaker said she "just love[d] the androgyny of it, without it being masculine", and that "felt intriguing and kind of open to interpretation and I really love that".
Whittaker wanted a coat that flowed with her actions and gave her pockets but otherwise did not have any fasteners, and she wanted some color within the outfit but without going too "cartoonish".
Subsequent trips include visiting Yaz's grandmother in , witnessing the partition of India in " Demons of the Punjab "; preventing a plan to kill millions galaxy-wide as part of a labour protest, in " Kerblam!
In the New Year's Day special " Resolution " , her friends encounter a Dalek for the first time when one is awakened by archaeologists in Sheffield.
It is narrowly defeated before it can signal a broader Dalek invasion of Earth. In " Spyfall " , the Doctor faces off against the regenerated Master Sacha Dhawan , who reveals that he destroyed their home planet of Gallifrey in revenge for a lie told to them about their people's origins, concerning the story of the so-called "Timeless Child".
Later, in " Fugitive of the Judoon ", she worries intensely about her future when she learns her former companion Jack Harkness John Barrowman sent her a warning — "Do not give the Lone Cyberman what it wants" — just as she was encountering an incarnation of herself played by Jo Martin , seemingly from Gallifrey's past, that she has no recollection of ever being.
The Doctor's ignores Jack's warning in " The Haunting of Villa Diodati ", when the Doctor gives a solitary, partially-converted Cyberman from the distant future Patrick O'Kane a compendium containing all knowledge of the fallen Cyber-Empire in order to save the life of Percy Shelley Lewis Rainer and protect human history.
The Doctor and her friends pursue the Lone Cyberman to the future and the aftermath of the Cyber-Wars, in " Ascension of the Cybermen ", where he has set in motion a plan to rebuild the Cyber-Empire and wipe out all life in the universe.
Just as humans again face destruction at the hands of the Cybermen, she is pulled through a portal to Gallifrey by the Master, in " The Timeless Children ", where she learns of a radical cover-up of her origins: she is in fact the Timeless Child, an orphan from an unknown world whose unique power to regenerate was studied and replicated by her adopted mother, whose people used it to build the Time Lord empire.
The Time Lords then forced her to work for them in secret for many years before erasing her memories. Stunned by this, she nevertheless defeats the Master's plan to conquer the universe with a new race of Cybermen-Time Lord hybrids.
Overwhelmed, she takes a moment to pause alone before being arrested by the Judoon. Fan reaction to Whittaker's casting was largely positive, although "a sizeable minority protested that the Doctor shouldn't be played by a woman.
Moffat commented, "It strikes me that Doctor Who fans are more excited about the idea of a brilliant actress playing the part than the fact she's a woman.
It's been incredibly progressive and enlightened. Guardian journalist Zoe Williams described Whittaker's casting as "the revolutionary feminist we need right now", lauding the decision as "the difference between tolerating modernity and embodying it".
Williams compared the casting of a female Doctor to other examples of the show breaking "cultural taboo[s]", mentioning companions Captain Jack Harkness John Barrowman and Bill Potts Pearl Mackie as examples of the show's diversity.
Reaction among former Doctor Who actors was positive. Colin Baker , who portrayed the Sixth Doctor , quoting his own character in his introductory stories The Caves of Androzani and The Twin Dilemma , tweeted : "Change my dears and not a moment too soon—she IS the Doctor whether you like it or not!
Conversely, Peter Davison , who portrayed the Fifth Doctor , stated that the casting could mean "loss of a role model for boys".
Nevertheless, he noted that Whittaker is a "terrific actress" and would do "a wonderful job" in the role. However, he warned that if the audience loses interest then Whittaker should be replaced.
He said: "I think it might be quite nice to have a woman. Worried sick? Download the App Download the App. Find out if we cover your area: Our Locations Find out if we cover your area: Find out if we cover your area and if a doctor is available:.
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