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San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Doctor Who: The Doctor Who Panel from Hall H!

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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2011

***POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT. Read below *** Join a packed, raucous Comic-Con Hall H as stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan give fans a hilarious and insightful inside look at what it's like working on Doctor Who.

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Then, learn about Matt's first day on the job, what made Karen afraid to go to her trailer, and the lengths to which Lead Writer & Executive Producer Steven Moffat will go to protect the whole of the universe from spoilers.

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