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Super Ep. 1: Who Designs Something Like That?

Yeah, who thinks a super cut episode is a good idea?

This super episode is a super cut of Episodes 19, 21, and 22, which correspond to Mission to the Unknown and The Daleks’ Master Plan parts 1 and 2. Basically all 3 episodes have been condensed down into 1. Both serials were written by Terry Nation, and Mission to the Unknown was aired on  Oct 9th, 1965, and The Daleks’ Master Plan was aired from November 1965 through January of 1966.

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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 22: They Didn’t Put an Off Switch!

And then we concluded The Daleks’ Master Plan

This week Kiyan and Dylan finished off The Daleks’ Master Plan, with the final 6 episodes, aired between 23 December, 1965 and 29 January, 1966. These episodes were also written by Dennis Spooner and Terry Nation. The Doctor also breaks the 4th wall in episode 7.

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Episode 21: The Doctor Supports Oculus

The first 6 episodes of the Daleks’ Master Plan.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched the first 6 episodes of The Daleks’ Master Plan, written by Terry Nation and Dennis Spooner. These episodes were aired between 13 November and 16 December of 1965. This serial also marks the first, and last adventure of Katarina.

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Episode 17: Adrian Monk is a Time Lord

And so ends season 2.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched The Time Meddler, where The Doctor meets and defeats his first nemesis The Monk. The serial was written by Dennis Spooner and it aired in July of 1965.

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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 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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