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Doctor Who "Bigger on the inside..."

View Poll Results: What are your favorite TARDIS corridors?
Original: Hartnell-Early Baker - Roundels! Photographic blow-ups! Blank walls! Glass dividers! Generic 1960s computer walls! 7 26.92%
JNT era: Late-Baker - McCoy. Lots or roundels! Wierd hexagonal shapes that don't do anything! Basically nothing else! 15 57.69%
TVM: Generic columns with flowing curtains disguising the lack of ACTUAL walls! 0 0%
The Doctor's Wife: Roomy and utilitarian! Safety hazard pitfalls! Occasional circles in the walls! 1 3.85%
Journey: Cramped maze of basement service ducts! Tubing everywhere! Few circley things at all! 3 11.54%
Voters: 26. You may not vote on this poll

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Old May 11 2013, 09:34 PM   #16
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Re: YOUR Favorite TARDIS Corridors!

JNT era. Gleaming interior with roundels and columns. There are no real substitutes as far as I'm concerned, though maybe Richard Hudolin might have given us something good if the McGann era had endured.
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