Torchwood Rewatch: Greeks Bearing Gifts (S1E7)

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When writer Toby Whithouse gives us a story that finally centers around Tosh, we should know better than to expect a ‘very special episode’ where things turn out lovely.


Classic Rewatch: The Pirate Planet

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Riding air cars across a hollowed-out planet with a monumental secret, we find that despite being named by Douglas Adams, the place isn’t called Magrathea. (Shame.)


They Say It’s Your Sesquarcentennial

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With glasses in hand, and a rule set developed by you wonderful listeners, we celebrate our 350th episode with a live commentary of “The Woman Who Fell to Earth”…and obligatory shenanigans.


And Now a Word From Our Sponsors

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In most instances, we love skipping over, blocking, or otherwise avoiding advertisements…but would that change if the product being promoted — or personality doing the endorsement — was more Whovian?


Torchwood Rewatch: Countrycide (S1E6)

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When the Torchwood team heads to the country, the storytelling takes a notably dark and distressing turn. Oddly enough, we’re all really happy to see it happen.


Classic Rewatch: The Ribos Operation

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With rocks in our pockets, and a fool-proof plan to slip out undetected, we set down to enjoy the arrival of Romanadvoratrelundar in the Season 16 opening story.


Where Have I Heard That Before?

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With Keir out of town on official (cough cough — DragonCon — cough cough) business, Jay and Haley set out to prove that they’re perfectly capable of playing a Whovian trivia game. This time, instead of naming the character who uttered a particular quotable line, they try and identify the specific episode it came from.


Torchwood Rewatch: Small Worlds (S1E5)

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The Torchwood team squares off against a dark and dangerous interpretation of the faerie folk. But does anything actually change as a result of the confrontation?


Classic Rewatch: The Invasion of Time

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Pitting our heroes against not one but two formidable adversaries, we look at the six-part coup d’êtat story that ends not only the 15th classic season, but a very important relationship as well. We discuss the unexpected nature of this “Agnew”-penned season closer, the ever-changing nature of the conflict that helps maintain interest through a six-part story, and the unusual performances of Baker and Jameson, given the timing of the production.


The Thingamajig of the Daleks

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Power, Genesis, Asylum, Master Plan, Invasion…five decades of Dalek mayhem launches a lot of schemes for ultimate domination. What if we took a random term like “the marriage of”, and extracted a Dalek plot from it?