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We watch "Hell Bent" (Series 9, Episode 12) where the Doctor, now freed from his confession dial after billions of years, chooses to forgive his fellow Time Lords for their part in Clara’s death... psych! Instead he choo-choo-chooses to go all out War Doctor Redux against Gallifrey! Whilst the Doctor’s Revengering is occurring, he gives the General…
 
We watch "Heaven Sent" (Series 9, Episode 11) where the Doctor gets beamed to Azkaban after witnessing the absolutely final no-take-backs death of beloved (by dozens) companion Clara. Whilst at said remote locale, the Doctor repeatedly evades the world’s slowest Dementor, the Doctor also takes up extreme gardening and finally the Doctor belatedly r…
 
We watch "Face The Raven" (Series 9, Episode 10) where the Doctor and Clara meet back up with London street artist Rigsy to see his new neck tattoo. Whilst said 'appreciation' of bad decision making is occurring, the woman now known as Me (previously known as Ashildr) has set a trap for the Doctor, said trap causes the completely avoidable death of…
 
We watch "Sleep No More" (Series 9, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Clara encounter evil 38th century eye-boogers. Whilst said eye-booger encountering was occurring, it turns out the entire episode was likely fraudulent found footage. Or it wasn’t. Darn you writer Mark Gattis... you’re supposed to be Sherlock Holmes’ smarter brother... why did you …
 
We watch "The Zygon Inversion" (Series 9, Episode 8) where the Doctor and erstwhile companion Osgood make an early departure from their flight due to rabid Zygon anti-human-maskers. Whilst said 'peaceful' protestation is occurring, Clara attempts to isolate herself from... herself (?), Osgood brings Bonnie into her 'friend bubble', and the Doctor p…
 
We watch "The Zygon Invasion" (Series 9, Episode 7) where the Doctor goes to Press Your Luck, Pennsylvania in order to save the not quite dead as we were lead to believe Osgood from rogue Zygons. Whilst the Doctor is in Joker’s Wild, Wisconsin, Clara gets captured by Zygons who think wearing human masks is stealing their rights, Zygon Bonnie takes …
 
We watch "The Woman Who Lived" (Series 9, Episode 6) where the Doctor and Clara re-encounter Ashildr from the prior episode some 800 years later (who would have thought that could coincidentally have happened...) whilst now known as Me. So Now-Known-As-Me has lived a bitter long time. N.K.A.Me holds the Doctor responsible for all the crappy bits of…
 
We watch “The Girl Who Died” (Series 9, Episode 5) where the Whonamic Duo of the Doctor and Clara encounter a Viking ancestor of Steve's named Ashildr. Whilst said family reunion is occurring, Norse god Odin shows up proving Disney is no marvel of history, Ashildr dies after ensuring her peoples will live on, and the Doctor rewards Ashildr’s sacrif…
 
We watch “Before The Flood” (Series 9, Episode 4) where Clara fends off the advances of future/past Ghost Doctor and past Doctor fights off the advances of the Mork-free Fisher King from 1980. Whilst said Nanu Nanu-ing is occurring [ask your Coke (wink) addled parents younglings], the Doctor proves to be the Ace of Bass-ing, Clara is forced to read…
 
We watch "Under The Lake" (Series 9, Episode 3) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Scotland in the near future and encounter an underwater base in the one lake without an inland sea monster. However this one has inland sea ghosts! Whilst said busting of ghosts is occurring, Star Trek Easter Eggs are hatching, the Doctor travels to the past to see…
 
We watch "The Witch’s Familiar" (Series 9, Episode 2) where, to no one’s surprise, Clara and Missy are still alive and mucking about in the sewers of Skaro with some past-their-prime Daleks all whilst the Doctor is seemingly tricked into giving creator-of-the-Daleks Davros some of his regenergy. Whew. Said that in one breath and am a little light h…
 
We watch "The Magician’s Apprentice" (Series 9, Episode 1) where Clara and the not-quite-dead-as-we-thought Missy face off in contemporary Spain whilst the Doctor parties like it’s 1999 in 12th century England. When the three reunite, they are promptly captured by Colony Sarff, a slither of snakes disguised as a humanoid and employed by Davros. So …
 
We discuss a Doctor Who story requested by somebody in the past (I think): the "Doctor Who" TV Movie/Failed Pilot from 1996 starring canonical eighth Doctor, Paul McGann. Whilst we journey out of our normal timeline for the 4th time, we are joined once again by friend-of-the-show (and canonical spouse of co-host Steve) Heidi. Will there be incredul…
 
The episode our fan wait for: Steve and John discuss the latest series of Doctor Who just completed. Said series being the 8th overall but the first for Peter Capaldi so you can expect bantering about his successes (and also some unsuccesses) and how the series landed overall. Plus (depending on what makes the final edit of our... yikes... 2 plus h…
 
We watch "Last Christmas" (Series 8, Episode 13) where the Doctor saves Clara (and more!) from a severe case of (dream) crabs with the aid of Father Christmas (Santa Claus to us Yanks). Whilst said saving is occurring, the Doctor and Clara come clean to each other about their last meeting (awkward...), Shona auditions strongly for companion (sorry,…
 
We watch "Death in Heaven" (Series 8, Episode 12) where the Doctor learns about Missy's plan (well... you couldn’t still expect to call her the MASTER could you? What with her lady parts and all...), Seb ‘squees’ yet is promptly disintegrated (see ya later Tenant stans), and Clara impersonates the Doctor (all I’m saying is a scarf woulda been nice)…
 
We watch "Dark Water" (Series 8, Episode 11) where Danny Pink dies and bargains for his future (?) in the afterlife. Whilst said Life Defending is occurring, grief stricken Clara drags the Doctor on a mission to locate Danny (umm... check the morgue?), the Doctor helps her look for him (umm... check the morgue!), and Missy explains why they just ca…
 
We watch "In the Forest of the Night" (Series 8, Episode 10) where Clara and Danny Pink search for a missing student whilst on a school field trip to downtown London. When the Doctor locates said student Mave... Mabe... Maebh (really?)... the fun really begins! Of course by ‘fun’, I mean scenes taking place in a bizarrely empty London that’s covere…
 
We watch "Flatline" (Series 8, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Clara travel to exotic (?!?) Bristol, UK. Whilst being punished... whoopsies!... whilst seeing the sights in hilly Bristol, the Doctor phones it in, Clara goes all 'Doctor Donna' and the TARDIS becomes the most delightful handbag accessory. We also get introduced to Rigsy, a graffiti ar…
 
We watch "Mummy on the Orient Express" (Series 8, Episode 8) where the Doctor takes Clara on one last adventure since she’s vowed to Danny that she’s done with time travel. For reals! (Wink) So they hop on the titular space-train loaded with extras from a somewhat less racist Agatha Christie novel. (As if...) Whilst enjoying their 'last hurrah' mys…
 
We watch "Kill The Moon" (Series 8, Episode 7) where potential companion Courtney goes on a field trip to the Moon with the Doctor and Clara. Whilst said tripping of the field is occurring, the Moon goes into labor, Clara weighs in on Roe V. Wade, the Doctor tries out for the role of absentee father, and Courtney wisely decides to go back to school…
 
We watch "The Caretaker" (Series 8, Episode 6) where we Yanks learn that this title means "The School Janitor." Whilst said learnding is going on, Clara tries to find a work/life/dating balance and The Doctor tries to save the Earth from... an easily confused exploding robot? Sigh. So keeping with the confusion theme, Danny thinks The Doctor is Cla…
 
We watch "Time Heist" (Series 8, Episode 5) where the Doctor and Clara 'Doctor’s 4' an impenetrable space bank vault. After recruiting various criminal masterminds they recover items from the vault that fix their unwitting compatriots: Psi gets a brain implant, Saibra gets liquid courage, and the Teller gets their broken heart repaired. Whilst said…
 
We watch "Listen" (Series 8, Episode 4) where Clara has a disastrous first date with Danny Pink and the Doctor has an existential crisis with the thing under the bed. Whilst said events are occurring, Clara gets to timey-wimey a satisfactory conclusion for her date with former soldier Danny Pink, timey-wimey a new name for orphan Rupert Pink, and t…
 
We watch "Robot of Sherwood" (Series 8, Episode 3) where the Doctor takes Clara to 12th century Sherwood Forest to prove to her that the legendarily definitely mythological Robin Hood does not exist... until he ends up being very real. Whilst failed proving is occurring, Clara rocks an amazing frock, the Doctor and Robin Hood spoon, plus the Sherif…
 
We watch "Into the Dalek" (Series 8, Episode 2) where the Doctor and Clara voyage into a Dalek. Duh. Whilst said fantastic voyaging is occurring, the Doctor doesn’t shrink from his heroic responsibilities, Clara gets all pink from her meet-cute with Danny, and Rusty the Dalek thinks they found a kindred spirit with this Doctor. Plus properly killed…
 
We watch “Deep Breath” (Series 8, Episode 1) where Clara and the newly regenerated Doctor travel to Paternoster-Era London for some oddly misguided age shaming. Whilst said thinly "veiled" shaming is occurring, the Doctor reaches out to the homeless, Clara meets a missed connection for brunch, and Cogsworth practically "falls" for the temptation of…
 
In this very special episode, we intend to discuss "An Adventure In Space And Time," the TV movie that ponders the creation of 1963’s seminal science fiction show we all know and love: "My Favorite Martian." But since I couldn’t find the torrent for the pilot, we instead watch the more on brand 50th anniversary origin of “Doctor Who”. Whilst said t…
 
We gather once again in order to shed some light on a very serious problem: the end of another season of Doctor Who. So your hosts shoot the shirt and discuss the extensive seventh season (we include the various specials of the Xmas and anniversarial varieties because… we just can, that’s why!) and toss assorted topics at each other to try and keep…
 
We watch “The Time of the Doctor” (Series 7, Episode 15) where we discover the answer to that age old question: What Happens When an Arbitrary Number of Maximum Timelord Regenerations Casually Mentioned in the ‘70s is Finally Reached? (Takes a breath…continues…) Whilst said ret-conning is occurring, Clara brings a naked Doctor to Christmas dinner, …
 
We watch “The Day of the Doctor” (Series 7, Episode 14) where we finally get the answer to that age old question: When did the Doctor Marry Queen Elizabeth the First? Whilst said marrying is occurring, the Doctors and Clara get an assist from a previously unacknowledged iteration of himself in the form of non-contractually-obliged iOs Doctor Versio…
 
We watch “The Name of the Doctor” (Series 7, Episode 13) where we finally discover the answer to that age old question: Why is Clara the Impossible Girl? Whilst said answering is occurring, the Doctor and Clara get an assist from the Paternoster Gang who show them this season’s big bad was inside them this whole time. We then revisit archival foota…
 
We watch “Nightmare in Silver” (Series 7, episode 12) where the Doctor and Clara take the universe’s most awfullest children to the universe’s most awfullest amusement park: EuroDisney… I mean Hedgewick's World of Wonders! (common mistake, my bad…) Whilst we cheer for said children to be exterminated as soon as possible, the Doctor attempts to recr…
 
We watch “The Crimson Horror” (Series 7, Episode 11) where Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax are hired to find out why normal Yorkshire citizenry are showing up like cooked lobsters… deep red and just as dead (tho still tasty with butter). Whilst the Paternoster Gang is investigating said mysterious goings on, the appropriately named Victorian era vil…
 
We watch “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS” (Series 7, Episode 10) where the Doctor and Clara encounter call-backs to the first, third, fourth, seventh, ninth and tenth Doctors. As well as call-backs to his own eleventh Doctor time line! Whilst all said call-backs are occurring, the TARDIS defends herself from scrap dealers, Clara searches for a…
 
We watch “Hide” (Series 7, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Tom Baker’s fourth Doctor era (that’s 1974 to you young uns!) and encounter alternate history’s Wolverine in an un-aired episode of Ghost Hunters UK. Whilst in said groovy era, this Doctor makes several call-backs to other past Doctors (holla to 3rd Doctor for Metebelis III …
 
We watch “Cold War” (Series 7, Episode 8) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Peter Davison’s fifth Doctor era (that’s 1983 to you younguns!) and encounter Jon Pertwee’s 3rd Doctor era villain: the Ice Warriors! Whilst said encountering is going on, Matt Smith’s canonical eleventh Doctor tries to warn the scientist portrayed by the prototypical ba…
 
We watch “The Rings of Akhaten” (Series 7, Episode 7) where the Doctor takes latest companion Clara to the storied planetoids in the Rings surrounding the planet Akhaten. Whilst surfing said Rings, Clara befriends a little girl with stage fright (Damn right she should be scared!), the Doctor barters goods with sales people using life experience (Li…
 
We watch “The Bells of Saint John” (Series 7, Episode 6) where the Doctor hopes that hiding out in the 13th century will protect him from having to provide tech support for friends. (Spoilers: it doesn’t!) Really committing to the Nerd Herd role, the Doctor returns to modern day London to suss out a WiFi issue. Whilst said sussing is happening, the…
 
We watch “The Snowmen” (Series 7, Episode XMAS) where the Doctor mopes around Victorian London, bemoaning the fact that Rory and Amy are now free to live normal lives without his constant interference. Whilst said moping is occurring, the Doctor is unwillingly drawn into a mystery by an eggs-ceptionally mysterious young barmaid/governess named Clar…
 
In this very special follow up episode to our latest very special episode, we continue our discussion of the classic era Tom Baker story “Genesis of the Daleks”. And unlike other contemporary Doctor Who stories, in this one the Doctor is mischievous, Sarah Jane is plucky and Harry is heroic. And when I say ‘unlike’, I mean ‘just like’. Except for D…
 
In this very-special-episode of the podcast, we pay homage to our science fiction loving forebears by viewing an additional classic story of Doctor Who from the 1970’s: “Genesis of the Daleks”. Yet another recommendation from Friend-Of-The-Show Tim that I whole heartedly endorse. And by the nature of being six episodes totaling over two hours, Stev…
 
In this episode, we banter all things series 6. And by that, I mean we discuss what we liked and didn’t like as much about this block of episodes but mostly go off on a bunch of tangents. (“Bunch of tangensts’ is dependent upon what Steve keeps in the podcast of course.) Plus friend-of-the-show-Tim sends in another variant of “Fudge, Merry, Krill” …
 
We watch “The Wedding of River Song” (Series 6, Episode 13) where the Doctor…well…marries River Song. Prior to said nuptials, the Doctor has his bachelor’s party in an awesome crypt where he gets enlightened by some blue head…in a box! River Song’s bridal shower re-occurs at Lake Silencio where she goes all Bridezilla and changes history because it…
 
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