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Doctor Who party ideas: Celebrate 50 years with a ‘timey-wimey’ gathering

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Dissolve Jello in boiling water. Stir in sherbet immediately. Stir until melted. Add raspberries. Pour into mold and chill until firm.

Make it with TARDIS blue Jell-O and label it in honor of a beloved 10th Doctor catch phrase: "Wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey." Trust us, it explains a lot.

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"Spoonheads" » These robots suck people’s souls into the Internet! Spoonheads were scary even before Edward Snowden’s revelations about the NSA. Plus, behind their sometimes-human facades their heads really do look a little like Pringles. We suggest taking some of the pressure off yourself after making that TARDIS gingerbread house by dumping Pringles in a bowl and labeling them "spoonheads." Done and done. Then show those baddies who’s boss by killing a few. In your mouth.

Fish fingers and custard » First things first: Fish fingers is the British name for fish sticks and custard is an egg-based dessert that’s a little like pudding. There are three ways you can incorporate this neo-classic Doctor Who combination into your gathering. 1. Prize authenticity over taste and procure some custard (or pudding, we won’t tell) and bake up some fish sticks. Combine. Or do a sweet spin by serving the custard with rectangular shortbread cookies in place of fish sticks. Like savory? Keep the fish sticks, but serve them with mustard instead.

Activities » One of the great things about Doctor Who is how kid-friendly the show is. Keep the wee ones entertained with free printable coloring sheets from the BBC or providing Play-doh for build-your-own monsters.


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