Classic Doctor Who ran from 1963 until its cancellation in 1989. Much like its central character, The Doctor, the series itself regenerated in 2005 with a new look and all new adventures. For the past few weeks we’ve discussed the first season of the revived Doctor Who series and we are bringing together some of our previous guests to discuss the season as a whole. Joining us this week are former guests Ben Rollman, Grace Hebert, Dennis Black-and-Asian, Drew Stewart and The LadyFox.
When you’re dealing with something as big as Doctor Who, sometimes you want to jump right in and keep driving forward as fast as you can but occasionally it’s nice to slow down and look back when you Wrap That Rascal Up.
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Two weeks in a row? That’s right, we had so much fun with Ben Rollman and Grace Hebert we asked them to finish up the story arc and join us as we discuss Doctor Who Season 1, Episode 5 “World War Three.” Be sure to check out Ben Rollman’s great Robot Portraits. He does a great job turning your pictures into robot portraits. They’re seriously cool.
Farting aliens have managed to take over the British government and The Doctor, Rose and Harriet Jones (MP, Flydale North) are trapped in 10 Downing Street. Now it’s up to Mickey and his l33t haxor skilz to save the day before the missiles are unleashed starting World War Three.
You better be wearing your clean undies for this explosive episode because Victory Needs to be Naked!
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This week we are joined by special guests Ben Rollman and Grace Hebert as we discuss Doctor Who season 1, Episode 4, “Aliens of London.”
The Doctor takes Rose back to the projects to visit her mum and the sky starts falling. Politicians are generally full of hot air but the ones we meet this week take it too a new level. Visitors to Number 10 Downing Street are advised not to smoke or have any open flames.
Please don’t fart while The Doctor tries to save the world because He Who Smelt It, Dealt It.
Check out Ben Rollman’s great Robot Portraits!