Asylum of the Daleks and The Snowmen make us already well familiar with Jenna-Louise Coleman, but each time she has appeared as someone slightly different meaning that we still don't know who Clara really is.
What does AOTD stand for?
AOTD stands for Asylum of the Daleks (Doctor Who episode)
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It also introduced us to Clara, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, whose personality seems to pop up in characters across space and time; her first appearance was as a confused Dalek in season opener Asylum Of The Daleks, and then she featured in the Victorian-era Christmas special The Snowmen.
Yes, it's weird because this feels like Take Three, after my first episode as Oswin in Asylum Of The Daleks, then as Clara in the Christmas special, The Snowmen.
You can get your hands on a brilliant set including an Asylum of the Daleks poster featuring The Doctor, Amy Pond and the Daleks, The Doctor: Regenerate poster showing the incarnations of the first 11 Doctors and a cool Doctor Who trio poster featuring The Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams.
The current series of Doctor Who, from last week's classic Asylum of the Daleks to this week's Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, is one-upping itself on a regular basis and he makes every episode seem like one big, hour-long bowl of fun.
Byline: Jon Wise DOCTOR Who returned with Asylum of the Daleks last night, with the Time Lord telling his arch enemies: "You think hatred is beautiful.
Dr Who returns with Asylum Of The Daleks, featuring every one back to the 60s.
1 It is called Asylum of the Daleks, and although the creators have remained tight-lipped about the story itself, we should expect a full-on onslaught by the Doctor's oldest and deadliest enemy.