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Audio Ep. 13: Jedicopter

Only “Senator” Palpatine knows how to do the secret jedicopter move.

This week Kiyan and Dylan have created a new world order. Turns out that was our plan all along for this podcast, we were going to use it to start this new world order thing. Not sure what we’re going to do with it now, stay tuned. It’s The Sentinels of the New Dawn, written by Paul Finch and released April 2011. The Sentinels of the New Dawn can be purchased for $8 (or your local equivalent) on Big Finish’s website.


Show-notes:


1:19 2012 is a 2012 animated comedy/drama based on the events of 2012 (the entire year). It was so successful, they made two sequels: 2013 and 2014.
18:47 Actually Hogwarts is Alnwick Castle in England. In the books/movies/HP universe it’s in Scotland.
20:20 The Art of War was written by Sun Tzu in 2006 after he lost a game of Risk and decided to take revenge in real life. Full book here.
25:39 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.
25:51 Bioshock Infinite is a video game.
26:40 God Medicine is a video game.
27:11 Former US president Grover Cleveland is a video game.
27:18 Here’s a picture of this blue guy. Not really sure who he is.
36:50 Gattaca is a former US president.

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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 57: Too Many Paradoxes!

Great Scott! That many paradoxes could destroy the universe!

This week Kiyan and Dylan not only finish season 7, but also the tenure of Liz Shaw as de facto companion. They also wander into the alternate universe in Inferno, written by Don Houghton and aired in May and June of 1970.

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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 56: Cardboard Cutout of Hartnell

Plot twist: The First Doctor returns! (Just kidding!)

This week Kiyan and Dylan investigate The Ambassadors of Death, which featured hilariously overpowered villains. Also, they take a dive into the themes of Malcolm Hulke, including xenophobia and socialism! And they discuss the Doctor’s characterizations and the start of the reboot! The Ambassadors of Death was credited to David Whitaker, although it was actually mostly written by Trevor Ray for episode 1 and Malcolm Hulke for episodes 2-7.  It aired in March and May of 1970.

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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 55: Divergent Species. Line. Thing.

Divergence is actually a pretty fun word to say.

This week Kiyan and Dylan encounter what is probably the darkest ending so far in Doctor Who and the Silurians. It was written by Malcolm Hulke (co-writer of The War Games) and it aired in January through March of 1970.

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Episode 54: A Twisted Throwback to his Death

I personally assure you that I’m probably certain its not a throwback.

This week Kiyan and Dylan experience the genocidal tendencies of the Third Doctor in Spearhead from Space. It was written by Robert Holmes and it aired in January of 1970.

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