The titular character of the Doctor from "Doctor Who" has been played by 12 different men for more than 50 years. But the glass TARDIS was finally smashed wide open when actress Jodie Whittaker emerged as the thirteenth Doctor near the end of the show's annual Christmas special. Many fans are excited about a female Doctor and feel it's long overdue. Others fear the gender swap will strip something innately unique about the character and break tradition. What do you think?
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