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Episode 106: You Wish Your Name Was Lalla

Apparently Lalla is derived from a Persian word that means “tulip”.

This is it, ladies and gentleman, the end of the search for the Key to Time. And what better way to end it than with the most divisive serial since The Mutants? Is it good? Is it bad? Well. That’s for you to decide. It’s The Armageddon Factor, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in January and February of 1979.

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Episode 99: The Seedy Underbelly of Cave Life

Hey, hey man. You got a map? I can give you 5 talmars. No, they’re not fake. I swear.

How far we’ve fallen. After struggling through 4 episodes of total non-content, Kiyan and Dylan meet to try and explain precisely what happened. Maybe they succeeded, maybe they didn’t. But if you want to check for yourself, just go watch Underworld, written by Bob Baker and David Martin. It aired in January of 1978.

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Episode 96: How Do the Clones Clone Their Clothes?

How does cloning even work? I don’t understand.

Alternate title: Killing is the Most Perfect Form of Distraction. Such is life I suppose. This week Kian and Dylan talk about clone. No, not Orphan Black, it’s The Invisible Enemy, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in October of 1977. Neither of us have  even watched Orphan Black.

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Episode 80: Too Dead To Accept It

See, there’s a very fine line between dead… and almost dead.

In this episode, Kiyan and Dylan take about 30 minutes to cover about 50 minutes of serial content, giving them approximately a 3:5 time compression rate or something. Dylan has an honorary degree in technobabble and he approves this completely made up measurement. The serial at hand this week was The Sontaran Experiment, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in February and March of 1975.

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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 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 60: Greed is the Most Powerful Emotion

I still can’t accept that that pun was so good.

This week Kiyan and Dylan investigate The Claws of Axos. It was written by Bob Baker and David Martin, who would later create the character of K-9. The Claws of Axos aired in March and April of 1971.

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