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We watch the final two episodes of the “Time Meddler” saga ('A Battle of Wits' and 'Checkmate') where our retro Whoby crew discover the Meddling Monk is another time traveler with a plan to jump start human development. Whilst said Western Pro-Civilization is occurring, Vikings continue to slo-mo battle the Saxons, the Doctor sabotages the Monk’s T…
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We watch the first two episodes of “The Time Meddler” four part saga (‘The Watcher’ and ‘The Meddling Monk’) where the 1st (or, at the time, only) Doctor takes established companion Vicki and accidental stowaway companion Steven to 11th century Northumbria. Whilst our listeners Googling of Northumbria is occurring, Vicki allows Steven to think he’s…
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We watch “The Church on Ruby Road” (Series 14, Episode 0) where the newly bi-generated Doctor dances like no one is watching and apparent clumsy foundling Ruby Sunday is set up as a likely addition to the Doctor’s ‘fam’. Whilst said auditioning is occurring, Ruby reads for the role of ‘Marty McFly’, the Doctor channels ‘Doc Brown’, and the Goblins …
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We watch “The Giggle” (60 Anniversary, Ep3) where the Doctor and Donna return to London and realize that yes, everyone on Earth is now the A—hole. Plus, for once the Doctor encounters an old foe who is not the Daleks nor the Cybermen nor the Sontarans nor the Weeping Angels nor the Master nor... sorry... it’s the Toymaker! So... yeah? Whilst said e…
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We watch “Wild Blue Yonder” (60th Anniversary, Ep 2) where a sickly Tardis crash lands on an alien ship, vomits out the Doctor and Donna, then quickly buggers off to recuperate away from our traveling duo. Whilst exploring their new home, said duo quickly becomes a quartet after meeting their decidedly disturbing doppelgängers. One Doctor uses far …
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We watch “The Star Beast” (60th Anniversary, Ep 1) where the newly regenerated Doctor has a re-re-re-meet cute with past companion Donna Noble. Whilst said reconnecting is reoccurring, the Doctor attempts to puzzle out why this familiar face has returned, Donna attempts to remember why this skinny man is just so familiar, and Donna’s daughter Rose …
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Gather ‘round childrens whilst the adults discuss series 13 of our beloved Doctor Who. Plus this being show-runner Chris Chibnall’s and Doctor portrayer Jodie Whittaker’s final (for now...) series, we also discuss what they contributed to the Whoniverse. All that and friend-of-the-show-Tim asks us to weigh in on which classic sitcom characters coul…
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We watch "The Power of the Doctor" (Series 13, Episode 9) where the Whoby Crew descend upon a space train to foil a Cyberheist. No! Wait! Where the Whoby Crew travels to early 20th century Russia to foil the Master. No! Wait! Where the Whoby Crew recruit past companions and compatriots to foil the Daleks. No! Wait... sigh... Whilst all said plots a…
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We watch "Legend of the Sea Devils" (Series 13, Episode 8) where the Doctor takes Yaz and Dan to meet the Pirates of the Caribbean... er... of the China Sea! Whilst said cross-cultural debauchery is occurring, the Doctor skips stones, Dan skips out on his ship mates, and Yaz skips merrily towards heart break. Plus, Sea Devils. Don’t forget to mark …
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We watch “Eve of the Daleks” (Series 13, Episode 7) where the Whoby Crew land themselves in a ‘Happy Death Day’ situation at a Manchester storage facility. Whilst said ‘Edge of Tomorrow’-ing is occurring, the Doctor tries to solve the mystery without her ‘Time Machine’ and Yaz ‘Run Lola Run’s away from her feelings because Dan wants to help Yaz bec…
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We watch “Flux: Chapter Six - The Vanquishers” (Series 13, Episode 6) where the Doctor gets split up into a non-holy trinity. Whilst said blasphemizing is occurring, the Doctor crashes the Sontarans' psychic stratagem, the Doctor explores Liverpool’s tumultuous tunnels of terror, and conversely the Doctor defeats Swarm, Azure, and the personificati…
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We watch “Flux: Chapter Five - Survivors of the Flux” (Series 13, Episode 5) where the Weeping Doctor discovers their adoptive parent is totally a manipulative jerk. Whilst said family reunion is reunion-ing, Vinder hitches a Passenger to Diane-town, Bel learns the consequences of stowing away on a Lupari ship, Karvasista is still a good-good-boy a…
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We watch “Flux: Chapter Four - Village of the Angels” (Series 13, Episode 4) where the Doctor and Fam discover a Weeping Angel is a shite co-pilot. When said Weeping Angel takes the wheel of the Tardis, the Whoby Crew end up in rural England circa November 1967 (known in the history books as the ‘Autumn of Post Coital Bliss’ which followed the ‘Sum…
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We watch "Flux: Chapter Three - Once, Upon Time" (Series 13, Chapter 3), an episode so confusing that one of your hosts repeatedly named it incorrectly. (John will throw himself to the mercies of Steve and the listeners on the following episode.) Whilst said perplexion is perplexioning, Dan misplaces his date, Yaz is a bad loser at video games, Vin…
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We watch "Flux: Chapter Two - War of the Sontarans" (Series 13, Episode 2) where the Doctor and the Newby Crew are all transported to the Crimean War in the 19th century... until some of them get honorably discharged to parts elsewhere. Whilst the Doctor remains on the front to battle the historically inaccurate Sontarans, Dan returns to present da…
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We welcome best selling author and humongous Doctor Who fan Andy Weir to the podcast where we discuss “City of Death”. This Fourth Doctor’s 1979 story was Andy’s choice not just because it’s a great story but for the sizzling chemistry between the Doctor and Romana... since the actors were frakking at the time apparently. Whilst speaking about Who …
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We watch "Flux: Chapter One - The Halloween Apocalypse" (Series 13, Episode 1) where the Doctor and Yaz pick up stray companion Dan. Whilst our remaining Whoby crew adopt this good-good-boy for our abbreviated-because-of-Covid-season, assorted shenanigans occur. Said shenanigans include appearances by dog-people (the Lupari), crystalline-people (Sw…
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We conclude our watch of the 1971 serial "Terror of the Autons" where the Doctor, Jo Grant, and UNIT assemble to defeat an evil plastic intent on taking over the world. Wait! Didn’t we already cover that in Series 12? Well, I guess it’s timey-wimey. Whilst said story-pre-recycling is occurring, the Doctor finds he prefers cordless phones, Jo is mos…
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We watch the first two episodes of the Third Doctor story “Terror of the Autons”, originally broadcast before one of your cohosts was born. (Spoilers: it’s Steve. John is older than dirt. Carbon dating certification available on request.) Whilst we enjoy Jo Grant’s first story and her groovy 70’s style, the sexism of the 70s... not so much. Perhaps…
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Welcome again weary travelers to the latest season recap of our most prior recapping of the previously watched and/or rewatched series 12 of Doctor Who. On this episode, friend-of-the-show-Tim asks us to over-serve the Doctors, Steve asks John to Finish Bigly or Horrifically, all whilst John surprises sports-fan-Steve with a Series-12-Bad-Guy-Brack…
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We watch "Revolution of the Daleks" (Series 12, Episode 11) where Captain Jack Harkness busts the Doctor out of the Judoon Prizoon whilst the Whoby crew celebrate New Years Day by complaining that the Doctor hasn’t been around to visit. So anyways... when the Doctor returns to Earth after (for her) decades atoning for a crime she didn’t commit, she…
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We watch "The Timeless Children" (Series 12, Episode 10) where the Doctor is the latest guest on "This Is Your Lives". Whoa! Whilst the Master traps the Doctor in the Time Lord Matrix (but not THAT Matrix™), the Fam+ (not to be confused with Disney+... the Doctor’s future overlord) take the red pill (staying in the real world... not to be confused …
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We watch "Ascension of the Cybermen" (Series 12, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Fam travel to the distant future and find the absolutely, positively, finalist of all final humans (for reals this time... wink) holding off an attack by Cybermen. Cybermen who are attempting (rather successfully) to kill them all off. But, but, but don’t they like to …
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We watch “The Haunting of Villa Diodati” (Series 12, Episode 8) where the Doctor and Fam crash a party at said Villa on a dark and stormy 19th century night. Whilst hanging out with party goers Mary and Percy Shelley, the Who Crew encounter a time warp (again?), that’ll take more than a jump (to the left), and a step (to the right) to puzzle out. F…
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We watch "Can You Hear Me?" (Series 12, Episode 7) where the Doctor takes a holiday in 14th century Syria after dropping off the Fam back in 21st century Sheffield. Whilst said day-tripping is occurring, Graham, Ryan, and Yaz all experience horrific nightmares that surprisingly don’t just involve them being back in Sheffield. After the Doctor saves…
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We watch "Praxeus" (Series 12, Episode 5) where the Whoby Crew investigates why the birds are going all 'Hitchcocky' and why people are dying unexpectedly. Whilst said people are blowin’ up real good, the Fam recruit even more helpers in Hong Kong, Peru, and Madagascar, until you need a score card to tell who’s Who. Thankfully, the gays live and we…
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We watch "Fugitive of the Judoon" (Series 12, Episode 5) where the Doctor(s?) re-encounter their rhino-nosed 'friends' from the tenth era Doctor. Whilst said reunion is occurring, the Doctor learns a Judoon Platoon not from the Moon is looking for a fugitive by the name of Ruth Claytoon... er... Clayton (my bad)...located in Londoon...dammit... I m…
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We watch "Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror" (Series 12, Episode 4) where Nikola Tesla experiences (spoilers!) more than one night of said terror. Whilst said terror was terrorizing, Tesla and Dorothy escape an undead pursuer, Tesla and Thomas Edison escape another undead pursuer, Tesla and Yaz encounter the nasty alien Queen of the Skithra, and final…
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We watch "Orphan 55" (Series 12, Episode 3) where the Whoby Crew transports to Tranquility Spa on the titularly named planet for an all-inclusive vacation. Whilst said cruise for booze is occurring (not in the sea voyage way unfortunately), Yaz rock-blocks long-in-the-tooth-Benni (Benni!!!) from proposing to put-a-ring-on-her-Vilma (where’s my Benn…
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We watch "Spyfall, Part 2" (Series 12, Episode2) where the Doctor traipses around time with historically important women as the Whoby Crew dances on their smart phones. Whilst said "traipsing" is occurring, Graham, Ryan, and Yaz successfully land a plane, elude scores of kidnappers, and do their part in foiling the alien takeover of Earth. Concurre…
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We watch "Spyfall, Part 1" (Series 12, Episode 1) where the Doctor and the Whoby Crew get taken to MI6 in order to solve a groovy mystery. Whilst said investigating is going on, Yaz and Ryan check out obvious bad guy billionaire Daniel Barton, the Doctor and Graham meet with McGuffin expert O, and glowing aliens are plotting to take over the univer…
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We watch the final two episodes of the classic series story "Remembrance of the Daleks" featuring the seventh Doctor and Ace. Whilst viewing Ace's unlikely survival from the previous episode's cliffhanger, we struggle to accept that two warring factions of Daleks are trying to... I dunno... fight each other to achieve the same result? And then when…
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We watch the first two episodes of the classic 7th Doctor serial "Remembrance of the Daleks" where the Doctor and his companion Ace visit Cole Hill School London circa November 1963... again? Whilst pointedly not seeing himself nor his granddaughter Susan (it’s timey wimey kids), this Doctor Battles never before seen (at this point) flying Daleks, …
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Once again, you’re tuning in to hear the Podcast co-hosts discuss a season of “Doctor Who”; this time a (re) watch of series 11, Jodie Whitaker’s first season as the titular character. As per usual, John gives an overly positive view of the season’s episodes, Steve gives his more objective opinion whilst Friend-Of-The-Show-Tim sends in a game for y…
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We watch "Resolution" (Series 11, Episode 11) where the Doctor and her traveling companions skip over the usual Winter Solstice celebration and jump directly to the Druidic Bacchanalia! Whilst said New Year's recovery is occurring the gang gets a distress call from Earth warning them that some archaeologists in Sheffield (of all places) are working…
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We watch "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos" (Series 11, Episode 10) where the Fam answer a distress call on said planet but (probably due to budget constraints) miss out on said action. Whilst puttering about waiting for something to happen, Ryan goes on a rescue mission, Graham goes on a revenge mission, Yaz goes on mission of discovery, and the Do…
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We watch "It Takes You Away" (Series 11, Episode 10) where the Doctor and entourage materialize at a remote scary cabin in present day Norway. Whilst at said cabin they discover Hanne, a young blind girl who’s father has disappeared... presumably taken by horrific creatures she hears outside. A mystery? Oh, it’s on! Ryan discovers the scary monster…
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We watch "The Witchfinders" (Series 11, Episode 8) where the Doctor and the Whoby Crew land in 17th century England and find some fun loving Wiccans! Whilst it didn't go down in that exact way, they did encounter some smart unmarried women... who were unfortunately thought to be be consorting with the devil since they were... smart unmarried women?…
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We watch "Kerblam!" (Series 11, Episode 7) where the Doctor and her companions find jobs to help pay for the Doctor’s fez addiction. Whilst manual laboring at the Kerblam! distribution center, the Doctor investigates some spooky goings on, Ryan has order fulfillment PTSD, Yaz bonds with her mentor Dan (umm... not so fast there Yaz), and Graham play…
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We watch "Demons of the Punjab" (Series 11, Episode 6) where the Doctor takes the Fam to witness the (first?!?) wedding of Yaz's Grandmother. Whilst in India circa 1947, Yaz learns that her Grandma Umbreen unsuccessfully married for love, Graham and Ryan learn racism isn’t just about the color of your skin, and the Doctor realizes (again?) that hum…
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We Watch "The Tsuranga Conundrum" (Series 11, Episode 5) where the Who Crew wakes up on the titular medical ship after a metal detecting mission goes horribly wrong. Whilst recuperating on the Tsuranga, the Doctor battles latest-enemy-of-the-week-Pting (definitely not Stitch... OK Disney lawyers?) to keep them from eating the ship, Graham and Ryan …
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We watch "Arachnids in the UK" (Series 11, Episode 4) where the Doctor finally gets her unwitting crew back to Sheffield safe and soundish. Whilst there, Yaz has the Doctor around for a poorly home-cooked meal, Ryan deflects advances from both Yaz's sister and multiple eight-legged freaks, plus Graham has a lovely chat with his dead wife... until a…
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We watch "Rosa" (Series 11, Episode 3) where the Doctor and the Who Crew travel to 1950s Alabama, USA. Whilst there, our non-white appearing time travelers encounter good old southern "hospitality" from the "period-accurate-properly-white" natives, then our white appearing time travelers enjoy genuine good old southern hospitality, and finally our …
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We watch "The Ghost Monument" (Series 11, Episode 2) where the Doctor and her new friends put out their thumbs hoping for a lift whilst in the vacuum of space. Their hitchhiking attempt successful, they get caught up in the latest series of The Amazing Race: Galactic Edition and are tasked to finding the titular Ghost Monument. Will their next clue…
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We watch "The Woman Who Fell To Earth" (Series 11, Episode 1) where the newly regenerated Doctor attempts to do what David Bowie's alien perfected 42 years prior to her, then current, introduction. (Seriously... 42 years? The answer to the ultimate question? Douglas Adams's estate is totally rolling around the graveyard.) Whilst said introduction w…
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We again dive into the vaults to watch a story from Doctor Who TOS (Those Old Serials): 1982’s "Earthshock." For this 6th relapse episode, we watched a 5th Doctor serial, making this our 4th official classic era Doctor PCE (Pre Christopher Eccleston). Whilst we marvel at the story's comparatively slow pacing, Peter Davidson's Doctor with his three …
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Steve? John? Friend-of-the-show Tim? Discussing our just completed (re-and/or-first) watch of the 10th Series of 'Doctor Who'? Girl, you know it’s true! Steve attempts to get a Big Finish out of John but will settle for a Little Fake. Friend-of-the-show Tim asks us to recast Who companions and villains with comic/movie characters. All whilst John l…
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We watch "Twice Upon a Time" (Series 10, Episode 13) where the Doctor has doubts about continuing with his existence after battling the Cybermen... but reconsiders after encountering himself post battling the Cybermen. Whilst said Cyber-jerking is occurring, "Bill" returns to show the Doctors what wonderful lives they had, “Nardole” shows up becaus…
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We watch "The Doctor Falls" (Series 10, Episode 12) where the Doctor discovers that Bill has undergone an extreme makeover. Whilst said unveiling was occurring, Nardole gets all Little House on the Prairie, Missy (re?) grows some balls and takes out the Master... who then returns the favor (try to unwrap that time conundrum in your brain hole), the…
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We watch "World Enough and Time" (Season 10, Episode 11) where Doctor Who, Thing One, and the other one maintain at least three feet of distance so that they don’t accidentally remove an innocent's major arteries. Whilst said life protectoring is occurring, Doctor Who (aka Missy) gets in touch with her masculine side, Thing One (aka Nardole) mostly…
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