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The 35 Greatest Easter Eggs From The "Doctor Who" 50th Anniversary

Spoilers, sweeties.

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3. And here's Coal Hill School itself, where companions Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright taught. Look closely...

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Chairman of the Governors: Ian Chesterton!

And right under that it reads "W. Coburn", which is probably a nod to Anthony Coburn, who helped developed Doctor Who back in the '50s and is believed to be behind the idea that the outside of the TARDIS should look like a police box.

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This line originally appeared during the Second Doctor's run in regards to U.N.I.T. headquarters, then again in "The Three Doctors" special, and once more during Eleven's run. The Doctor never does change, does he?

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13. Clara's whiteboard at the start of the episode already had "no more" written on it.

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"No more time..." to be precise.

WHAT DOES THAT TRAIL OFF INTO? Looks like maybe we were told exactly where this episode was headed from the start.

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30. And if you watched The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot (which you should), you may recognize the shrouded Zygons as none other than a few of the other classic Doctors.

Maybe. It's not been confirmed, but it's fun to think that may be a vaguely disgruntled Peter Davidson under there. Via.

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