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Episode 16: The Doctor Kills The Doctor

Kiyan and Dylan have another in depth discussion.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched The Chase, written by Terry Nation and aired in May and June of 1965. The serial saw the departure of Ian and Barbara, leaving only The Doctor from the original cast of the show.

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Episode 15: The Doctor in Edwardian Swim Gear

Kiyan and Dylan summarize some Timey-Wimey stuff.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched The Space Museum, written by Glynn Jones and aired in April and May of 1965. Due to the confusing nature of time, they get very confused watching the serial and attempting to explain it.

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Episode 14: We Should Get Some Jaffa Cakes

Jaffa cakes are pretty tasty.

This week, Kiyan and Dylan discuss and summarize The Crusade, written by David Whitaker and aired in March and April of 1965. They discuss, and investigate Vicki.

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Episode 13: If We Ever Finish

Kiyan and Dylan had a hard time finishing a summary.

This week Kiyan and Dylan separately watched The Web Planet, written by Bill Strutton and aired in February and March of 1965. They spend 45 minutes on the summary because they kept getting sidetracked by other things in the serial.

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Episode 12: It’s a Crossover with The Matrix

It’s not really a crossover, sorry.

As Nero becomes increasingly confused with Neo, Dylan and Kiyan discuss The Romans, written by Dennis Spooner and aired in January and February of 1965. Also, massive River Song spoilers in this episode, specifically, most of reboot season 6.

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Episode 11: Barbara Can Open Doors Now

Look at Barbara being all useful and stuff.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched the pitifully short The Rescue, written by David Whitaker and aired in January of 1965. In this serial, Vicki, the replacement for Susan, was introduced. Other than that, not much happened.

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Episode 10: Who Knows?

The Daleks invade Earth for the first time of many.

Kiyan and Dylan experience the second Dalek serial and their first invasion of Earth (which went surprisingly well until The Doctor showed up). The Dalek Invasion of Earth was aired in November and December of 1964 and was written by Terry Nation.

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Episode 9: Tegana is a Fly

Kiyan and Dylan have entered Season 2.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched Planet of the Giants, the first serial of season 2. The serial aired in October and November of 1964 and was written by Louis Marks. Being only 3 episodes long, it did not make much room for talking. Next up is The Dalek Invasion of Earth.

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Episode 8: Dinosaurs Don’t Make Good Enemies

And so ends season 1.

Kiyan and Dylan watch the final serial of season 1, The Reign of Terror, which was written by Dennis Spooner and aired in  August and September of 1964. They then take a short look back upon season 1 and The Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan. They then make an on the spot decision to watch An Adventure in Space and Time next week.

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Episode 7: I Hope That’s Not Copyrighted

Yay good serials!

Somehow, Kiyan and Dylan have made it to 7 weeks with their sanity intact. This week they watched The Sensorites, written by Peter R. Newman and aired in June and August of 1964. Many fun facts were said in this episode.

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