Affirmative! 'Doctor Who' fans reenact favorite moments

From Weeping Angels to Dalek battles, fans the world over dress up as the Doctor to re-create their favorite moments from the hit series.

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"Doctor Who" has featured some of the most beloved, terrifying, and hilarious characters in science fiction history. Whether it's the horrifying Weeping Angel statues that creep closer if you blink, or the endearing moment when robot dog companion K-9 first utters the words "Affirmative, Master," every fan has a moment that holds special sentimental value.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Doctor Who," British entertainment blog CultBox asked fans to reenact their favorite moments from the popular sci-fi franchise. Hundreds of fans from more than 30 countries sent in their videos, and the winners were compiled into a video of competition highlights.

Fans dressed as various incarnations of the Doctor to quote memorable lines from the hit British show into the camera. Of course, fans dressed as the Doctor's beloved companions are also represented, along with some of the show's most terrifying monsters and villains including the Weeping Angel, Daleks, the Master, and more.

The submissions run from extremely low quality (think toilet plunger as a Dalek weapon) to sophisticated with special effects (including a CGI T-Rex) and a life-size Tardis prop. No matter how professional or amateur the video submissions look, it's clear from the fans featured all over the world that the Doctor and his friends are truly universally loved.

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