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Rory & the Doctor: Exclusive Sneak Peek From BBC America’s Original ‘Doctor Who’ Specials

Go inside the complex, multi-faceted relationship between the Doctor and beloved companion Rory Williams (AKA Mr. Pond, “The Boy Who Waited” and “The Nose”) with commentary from celebrity Doctor Who fans like Paul F. Tompkins, Scott Ian, Hugh Douglass and Mark Sheppard in the Doctor Who Original Special: “Best of the Companions,” Saturday August 27, immediately following the U.S. Premiere of the midseason return, “Let’s Kill Hitler” at 9/8c

(by BBCAmericaTV)

"Rory has every reason to be jealous, because who wouldn’t be jealous if your chick just took off with the coolest guy in the universe?

"he just basically pulled up infront of your woman’s house, picked her up and took her to Milan."

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    Rory Williams! You have so many fans!
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