What would you like to do?
Why did the bee go to the doctor?
Somwere in a hot summer place to eat honey!!!!
yea? why? do you...?
Matt Smith is the 11th Doctor.
Presuming you mean David Tennant, there isn't a set date. But in the 2009 specials of Doctor Who, David Tennant will appear in all of them so therefore the last shall be… his regeneration. It is assumed that December is the most likely time. Possibly Christmas Day. Possibly New Year's Day. Or maybe even in January. So winter is the only definite answer I can give.
to the honey
Yes, I am one and I use it all the time. When calculating doses of medications, doctors need math. There are many other examples, but the answer is a strong YES!
You should go right away if possible ! If not put a bag of ice on it !
They could do a check up on you or check if your healthy.
After pollinating a flower, a bee goes back to its nest.
in any small whole.....underground, in tree truncks, bee hives, and even in ur house but sometimes for instance a bee chased me in that rain when I was goin to my car so no al…ways do bees go hide lol good luck everyone
in the winter
Because it's just a bunny om nom nomming/
Bees tend to burrow 2 to 3 inches into the ground when they are trying to build a hive. Depending on the size of the hive will determine just how far down the bees' hive w…ill be located in the ground.
Yes. A new actor will be introduced as the new Doctor after Matt Smith leaves in the 2013 Christmas special. A Time Lord is, according to the show, able to regener…ate thirteen times. We're currently on the eleventh regeneration (played by Matt Smith), so, yes, eventually we will have at least two more Doctors. There is some debate about whether or not they will continue the show after the thirteenth Doctor's death; there's a possibility that the writers will go against the history of the show and find a way for him to regenerate again, or maybe they'll just pass on the Doctor's legacy to a son we don't know about or a worthy companion. It should be noted that in the series itself it has been strongly indicated since at least 1983 that 13 is not a hard and fast rule. In The Five Doctors and the 2007 episode The Sound of Drums it was indicated that the High Council of Time Lords had the ability to reset the regeneration cycle, as this was offered (and later given) to the Master. The Master also used various methods to gain more lives after his original 13. More recently, Russell T Davies, Steven Moffat and David Tennant have all downplayed the significance of the 13, and it is assumed it will simply be ignored when the time comes; for those who feel canon must be adhered to, the above reference to the High Council controlling regenerations provides the out: they no longer exist, therefore the 13-life cap no longer exists. In the Sarah Jane Adventures story "Death of the Doctor", the Doctor says he can regenerate 507 times. This was intended as a joke, according to Davies, but could end up being more the case down the line. One thing for sure - if Doctor Who remains as popular as it is now in 5-10 years when the actor or actress playing the 13th Doctor decides to leave the series, there is no way the series will end. They'll either ignore the limit completely, or "hand wave" it away. The introduction of a previously unknown incarnation of the Doctor in "The Name of the Doctor" - which could render the Doctor who follows Matt Smith at the end of the 2013 Christmas special as the 13th Doctor - has also increased the likelihood that a workaround will be used to avoid the limit. As of 2013, Doctor Who remains BBC Worldwide's top moneymaking series; they will not end it anytime soon.
Tell your parent that you have to do something else like take your school final.
The 11th Doctor is played by Matt Smith, the youngest ever actor to take on the role. He has been in the job since 2009. See related link. He has announced that he intends t…o leave the show later on in 2013, after the 50th Anniversary celebrations and special episodes. As to who his successor will be, nobody knows yet. Several actors have portrayed the Doctor, that are not officially counted. See Related Links: uncounted Doctor Who actors. See below for 12th Doctor rumors.