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Episode 69: Induced to Eye-Rolls

Will there ever be an opportune moment to use that phrase?

This week Kiyan and Dylan describe the pretty mediocre serial Carnival of Monsters, which was written by Robert Holmes, a major player in classic who. It aired in January and February of 1973.

Be sure to check out Flight Through Entirety at their website (http://www.flightthroughentirety.com) ahead of the coming collaboration episode!

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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Delia Derbyshire.

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Episode 68: The Mark Hamill Level “No”

No, Susan, I am your grandfather! NOOOOOOO!

This week Kiyan and Dylan are visited by some very special people… And they’re late, to boot. It’s very weird, but at least it’s somehow related to The Three Doctors, which featured the return of Patrick Troughton and William Hartnell to the role of the Doctor. The serial was written by Bob Baker and David Martin, and it aired from the 30th of December, 1972 through the 20th of January, 1973 as a 10th anniversary special.

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Episode 67: Matador for the Minotaur

Interesting that dor and taur sound similar but are spelled differently.

This week Kiyan and Dylan work towards a new more witty episode…. No totally kidding, they just watched a witty serial. Said witty serial happened to be The Time Monster, written by Robert Sloman (with uncredited additions by Barry Letts), which aired in May and June of 1972.

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Super Ep. 3: Turns Out, He’s a Jedi

This super cut is not late. *hand wave*

This episode is a super cut of episodes 52 and 53, comprising the entirety of The War Games. This should be the final released super cut, but you never know really. The War Games was written by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks and aired in April through June of 1967.

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Episode 66: Deus Ex Master

The Deus Ex Machina of this serial is that it’s not the Master

Kiyan and Dylan, while agreeing the serial is good (although to a different degree), somehow like/dislike this serial in different measures. Find out why, as they explain The Mutants, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in April and May of 1972.

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Episode 65: Hard Work and Motivation are Never a Good Thing

Seriously, this show has no hard work ever, making it a good idea!

This week Kiyan and Dylan finally succeed in integrating all their discussions into the summary of the serial, rather than just shoving it to the end, as usual. Thank goodness for Malcolm Hulke, his amazing penmanship skills, and his serial, The Sea Devils, which aired between the 26th of February and the 1st of April, 1972.

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Episode 64: This is Becoming a Podcast of Moral Ambiguity

Ambiguity is one of the best/worst/neutral things.

In this episode, for the first time in quite a long, long while, Kiyan and Dylan end an episode disagreeing on something. Well actually multiple things over the episode. This, of course, is a product of multiple heated debates over the course of the episode, which should be hopefully enjoyable. Is Jo the worst character in the serial? Or Peladon? That’s for the dear listener to decide. The subject of these debates was The Curse of Peladon, written by Brian Hayles, and aired in January and February of 1972.

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Episode 63: Dropping Some Dope Morality

Dope: adjective, informal: very good.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explain the triumphant return and subsequent loss of the Daleks. They tried to exterminate any tangents before they got too big, but some of them were too powerful. Day of the Daleks aired in January of 1972 and was written by Louis Marks.

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Episode 62: Subliminal Pun Master

It’s the Master’s second evolution: The Subliminal Pun Master.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explored demons and witchcraft. Or so they thought until 5 minutes into episode 1, where the Doctor just slapped that thought out of their mind, because magic isn’t real. The topic at hand was The Dæmons, which was written Guy Leopold and aired in May and June of 1971.

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Episode 61: The Doctor Riding a Motorcycle Off a Building

This title is actually in no way related to the serial at all.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched Colony in Space. As usual when presented with a mediocre serial, they end up taking a few tangents throughout the whole episode, seemingly with no regard for sticking to explaining the actual serial. Colony in Space was written by Malcolm Hulke and it aired in April and May of 1971.

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