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Doctor Who looks like he's suffering from a case of Voldemort-itis as the time lord is 'cloned'
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
©Scary: A piece of matter morphs into a doppelganger of Doctor Who (Matt Smitih) in tonight's episode
Doctor Who looks like he's come down with a strange illness in tonight's episode of the sci-fi show.
With his altered features and pasty white face, the time lord looks like a dead ringer for Harry Potter villain Lord Voldemort.
But it turns out it isn't even the Doctor at all - it's a piece of matter morphing into his doppelganger.
©Lookalike: The morphing ganger looks similar to Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) in the Harry Potter films (right)
In Rebel Flesh - the first of a two-parter episode - a bizarre creature transforms into a clone of the Dr, played by Matt Smith.
The drama starts when a solar tsunami sends the Tardis heading towards a futuristic factory on earth which uses programmable matter to create clones of people - aka 'Gangers' - so they can carry out their hazardous work at an acid-mining factory.
But it appears 'the flesh' has developed a mind of its own and worked out how to replicate themselves.
When a second storm hits planet earth, the Gangers are seperated, leaving humans unsure who is a genuine person and who is a doppelganger.
To make things even more confusing, the gangers can remember every second of their 'originals' life and feel every emotion they've ever experienced.
©Will the Doctor save the day? The real time lord has to convince everyone to accept the 'gangers'
With the help of his assistant Amy Pond, the Dr has to try and convince the scared humans to accept the gangers before civil war breaks out.
Tonight's episode of Doctor Who is on BBC1 at 6:45pm.
source: dailymail