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Episode 74: That’s Making Life Take the Lemons Back

And then it’s making life not exist anymore!

This week Kiyan and Dylan dive into Malcolm Hulke’s final serial, Invasion of the Dinosaurs. To their pleasant surprise, this weeks serial featured quite a fair bit of character development for the UNIT crew, with Benton, Yates, and The Brig all getting some time in the spotlight. Invasion of the Dinosaurs was aired in January and February of 1974.

By the way, the reference no one would get was to Shrek the Musical. You’re welcome.

Here’s a link to the first volume of that ebook by Hugh Pearson: The Lost Lords of Time: Recons Volume One

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Episode 70: It’s Just A Bunch of Schizophrenics

Wait. Did you hear that? It’s telling us that the government knows.

This week Kiyan and Dylan stumbled their way through this weeks serial. Did Kiyan mention that he couldn’t think? Well, you know now. The serial covered this week was Frontier in Space, written by Malcolm Hulke and aired in February and March of 1973.

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Super Ep. 3: Turns Out, He’s a Jedi

This super cut is not late. *hand wave*

This episode is a super cut of episodes 52 and 53, comprising the entirety of The War Games. This should be the final released super cut, but you never know really. The War Games was written by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks and aired in April through June of 1967.

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Episode 65: Hard Work and Motivation are Never a Good Thing

Seriously, this show has no hard work ever, making it a good idea!

This week Kiyan and Dylan finally succeed in integrating all their discussions into the summary of the serial, rather than just shoving it to the end, as usual. Thank goodness for Malcolm Hulke, his amazing penmanship skills, and his serial, The Sea Devils, which aired between the 26th of February and the 1st of April, 1972.

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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 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 53: It’s the Time Lords, Messing With Our Brains!

If I could recognizably type out the rhythm to a sad song, I would.

[This is a Video Episode!] This week Kiyan and Dylan finish up The War Games, and then take a teary eyed look back at the Second Doctor, and his companions Jamie and Zoe. The War Games was written by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks and the second half aired in April and June of 1969.

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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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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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