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Episode 58: The Plasticiest of Plastics

Like I said, Jo is definitely not a scientist.

This week Kiyan and Dylan being season 8 with Terror of the Autons, featuring the first appearance of The Master! (The actual Master this time, not the Master of the Land of Fiction) Terror of the Autons was written by Robert Holmes and it aired in January of 1971.

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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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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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Super Ep. 2: This Season Has Exploding TARDIS

Doctor Who, as directed by Michel Bay.

This episode is a super cut of Episodes 47 and 48, comprising the entirety of The Invasion, which was written by Peter Bryant and aired in November and December of 1968. It was based on an idea by Kit Pedler.

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Episode 47: What if Internet Explorer is a Cover?

I knew it! Microsoft is behind everything!

This week Kiyan and Dylan watched only the first 4 episodes of The Invasion. They did this because that although they claim they have a TARDIS, they actually do not, and therefore have a limited amount of time during the week to watch episodes. The Invasion was written by Peter Bryant and the first 4 episodes aired in November of 1968. Like the Moonbase and The Wheel in Space, it was based on an idea by Kit Pedler.

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Episode 42: The Doctor Dresses in Drag

Alliteration is alarmingly annoying and also amazingly awesome!

This week Kiyan and Dylan journey into the London underground and reencounter the Yeti and the Great Intelligence in The Web of Fear. It was written by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln and it aired in February and March of 1968.

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Episode 37: The Doctor Dalek

A Doctor/Dalek hybrid? Inconceivable!

This week Kiyan and Dylan wrap up season 4 with The Evil of the Daleks, written by David Whitaker and aired in May and July of 1967. It was the final appearance of the Daleks in Doctor Who for 5 years.

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Episode 36: Time Lords are Grown in Petri Dishes

There is a lot of content and things in this episode.

This week Kiyan and Dylan discuss The Faceless Ones, written by David Ellis and Malcolm Hulke. It aired in April and May of 1967. This episode also features our first email in 5 months, as well as a short mention of the new title theme!

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Episode 28: Whenever Someone Wears a Cloak I Think of Batman

That’s a really long title.

And so season 3 comes to a close with The War Machines, which was written by Ian Stuart Black and aired in June and July of 1966.

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Episode 1: He’s Gonna Have Celery

And so it begins.

In the first episode of the podcast, Kiyan and Dylan explore the first Doctor Who serial, commonly referred to as An Unearthly Child, released in 1963 and written by Anthony Coburn.

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