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Image #: 10811570 Byron Pitts at the CBS Prime Time Upfronts, held at Lincoln Center, in New York on May 19, 2010.
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Sarcy explained on September 20, 2012
Oh no, what have I done??;)I’d say 10 or 11. (I will always have a spcaeil place in my heart for 9, however.)10 because he struggled the most with wanting to change history in the name of saving everyone (or so it seems to me). Also, personality-wise and all, I could see Bea running off with him at some point. *ducks the Roxbury Russet apples thrown by Team Alan* And didn’t he mention Benjamin Franklin at some point in the series, as if he knew him? Ha!11 because he’s been to America the most! Okay lame reason.Side note: What is it with moms and David Tennant? My mom started watching the odd episode with me, and despite my attempts to explain his regeneration into Matt Smith, she keeps harkening back to the ones with the young, nice-looking Scottish guy .
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