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[Quote by: President Nice] To me it sounded like he was tapping out the theme tune. Duhduhdu dum, duhduhdu dum... Maybe?
Actually, this is what it reminded me of as well... specifically calling back to the Mark Gatiss and David Williams comedy sketch they did together in 1999 for Doctor Who Night in a piece called The Pitch of Fear. In it, Mark Gatiss plays a BBC exec, 'Mr. Borusa' and David Williams plays Doctor Who creator Sidney Newman pitching the idea of "Doctor Who" to him. At one point, through a series of taps on his desk and clipboard, hums, and other noises that Mark Gatiss' character and a courier (Paul Putner) that steps into the office produces, it forms the Doctor Who theme.
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[Quote by: The6thDoctor] God I hope this is as scary in the show as the clip looks,
this little clip for some reason gives me the willies every time I see it! Scariest thing I have seen in Dr. Who in my Adult life
Yes - I don't think the doctor was feeling himself
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