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This week we continue not talking about the serial by talking about Pringles. Did you know Pringles are pretty good? Probably one of the best potato chips. It’s The Awakening, written by Eric Pringle and aired in January of 1984.
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0:47 It doesn’t have an apostrophe, so I guess each time you eat Pringles you’re eating a little piece of Pringle.
7:34 It would probably be curling.
10:53 Apparently it’s just some spring festival. LAME. What’s more interesting is that it’s tied to International Workers’ Day and groups like Industrial Workers of the World just based on when the holiday is. It’s also related to Beltane, which we saw in The Daemons.
11:27 Wow, they barely show jack.
19:49 Maybe one of these days we’ll watch that trilogy for our other podcast, Trout Trip.
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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Peter Howell.
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