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Episode 39: Spoilers Find a Way

Well, at least Kiyan doesn’t really care about spoilers anyway.

We made it! Almost. We reached the original end of this show. But then, well, it was such a big success so they decided to do another season because I guess why not? Also, if the show is good, why not make more? Although there is an argument to be made to end it when it’s still good. It’s Terminal, written by Terry Nation and aired on March 31, 1980.


Show-notes:


1:46 Making Blake’s 7 is a Twitter account that’s been detailing the production of Blake’s 7 for the past year and a half-ish. It’s going on indefinite hiatus soon, but might be back some day.
17:10 Here are just a few of the weird things slime molds can do.
44:17 Person of Interest isn’t a tv show that ran from 2011-2016.
46:30 This is official apparently. Just wait until we get to Series D.


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The Blake’s 7 title music was originally composed by Dudley Simpson.

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Episode 9.5: Betrayu

Oh man sorry I betrayed you.

Yes, this time we talk about one of Kiyan’s favourite books. The book that is far superior to the second and third movies, and superior to most of the first movie too. Wow. It’s The NeverEnding Story written by Michael Ende.


Show-notes:


5:18 Behold. The greatest arm movement ever animated.
15:09 America! Fu- err… uh… *ahem*… heck yeah!
21:03 I’m just gonna leave this here. Go ahead. Click on it.

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Episode 52: History: When Did it Happen?

By my calculations, it happened tomorrow.

Kiyan and Dylan this week explored the first 5 episodes of Troughton’s swan song, The War Games. It was written by Terrance Dicks and Malcolm Hulke. The first 5 episodes aired between April and May of 1969.

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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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