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Episode 133: Napkin of Doom

Eating dinner with the napkin of doom makes your meal much more exciting.

This week Kiyan and Dylan watch a special that appears between seasons and has already caused undue confusion as to how to place this into the episode index. At least it has to Dylan. Yes, it’s the Children in Need special The Five Doctors, which unsurprisingly aired on the 23rd of November, 1983. It was written by Terrance Dicks.


Show-notes:


2:32 “Future versions of ourselves” played by Jim and Martin of Krynoid Podcast. Be sure to check them out.
15:38 So about how much he makes per year.
15:55 Nope!

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The Fourth Doctor Retrospective Ft. The Krynoid Podcast

Jim’s been calling it Trust Your Baker. Unbeknownst to him, that’s our next podcast. We’ll be talking about baking.

Yep we’re finally here. It’s been 6 or so weeks (probably, we lost track quite a while ago) since we first announced this, and it’s here. We’ve had a few stumbles along the way, but it’s really rather fun. So join us (Kiyan, Dylan, Jim and Martin) in looking back at Tom’s run as the Doctor.


Show-notes:


1:09 You can find that episode here. Just saying.
5:55 For anyone who doesn’t know much about Mary Whitehouse (like us), here’s her Wiki article.
6:58 Target was a 1977 cop drama that was apparently criticized for its over the top violence. In addition to Hinchcliffe, a bunch of other people who worked on Doctor Who were involved. Pretty cool intro though, am I right?
1:33:11 Find Kyrnoid Podcast at all their various outlets with this convenient links page.

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Special 4: Gnomewatch

We’re now courting founds for our Baywatch remake in the vein of Gnomeo and Juliet.

This week Kiyan and Dylan take a nice little stroll down into some random village in the middle of the nowhere. They were getting a bit tired of The Doctor’s antics and decided to follow Sarah Jane and K9 for a week. In this very special episode of Trust Your Doctor, we cover the pilot (and only aired episode) of K9 & Company, written by Terrance Dudley and aired on the 28th of December 1981.


Show-notes:


1:54 The Australian K9 TV series is just called K9. It was the first Doctor Who-related series with which the BBC wasn’t involved. Bob Baker was involved though. It also features a horrific new redesign for K9!
5:31 Apparently Hecate/Hekate was a Greek goddess of witchcraft, necromancy, and other sketch things.
13:00 Other robotic dogs include Poo-Chi and Spot. Warning: the second link contains cruelty toward robots, which we don’t condone. Stop kicking robots!
28:13 O Levels, or Ordinary Levels, are a now-defunct (in the UK) section of high school level classes. Apparently they’re less difficult than higher levels of classes, like the A Levels.
30:30 K9: Timequake is a movie written by Bob Baker and set to release for K9’s 40th anniversary in 2017. It features K9 (duh) and… Omega? Yes, Omega. Yes, really. This is really real. Really.
31:25 Anti-matter universe.
45:50 Like we’ve mentioned about 100 times now, we’ll be doing a Fourth Doctor era retrospective next week in place of our usual episode, and it’ll feature Jim and Martin from Krynoid Podcast. You can find their show at all the links on this page.

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Episode 90: There’s a Lot of Hands in This Serial

Wow, a lot looks really weird in that title.

This week Kiyan and Dylan discuss hands. Like all sorts of hands. Human hands, Kastrian Hands, Sarah Jane’s Hands. Why Sarah Jane’s in particular? Because it’s her final serial, The Hand of Fear, written by Bob Baker and David Martin and aired in October of 1976.

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Episode 89: Sacrifice Sarah to Davros

All hail the mighty Davros. I think.

This week Kiyan and Dylan accidentally shoe-horn Davros into a non-Dalek serial. Actually, Dylan won’t lie, he chose this title for the sweet, sweet SEO. This week the non-Dalek serial that they covered was The Masque of Mandragora, written by Lewis Marks and aired in September of 1976.

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Episodes 88: Dial Up Saves the Day!

Beeeeep boop boop  beeeep.

Disclaimer, what we said about John Leven is based only on stories we’ve seen or read on the internet. They can be faked. Do not necessarily believe everything you hear, it’s possible we (or they) were (and are) wrong.

This week Kiyan and Dylan…. release late, and then silently swear at the cricket on the recording. It stops about 3 minutes in, don’t worry. Well he returns for a short encore or two and then disappears. Maybe he died. Anyway the serial at hand is The Seeds of Doom, written by Robert Banks Stewart and aired in January through March of 1976.

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Episode 87: Now That’s What I Call Doctor Who 57

They say Steven Moffat is a big contributor to Now That’s What I Call Doctor Who: Greatest Hits Revisted 3.

This week Kiyan and Dylan explain their way through The Brain of Morbius, and successfully avoid accidentally joining a cult. The Brain of Morbius was written by Robert Bland (Terrance Dicks and Robert Holmes), and was aired in January of 1976. Just January.

(Ok so The Eight Leg two parter and the Morbius two parter are different seasons of the Eighth Doctor Adventures, but let’s not forget that a good deal of the other stories are greatest hits revisited too. I.e. the return of the Wirrn, the Zygons, Susan, the Daleks, the Cybermen and the Ice Warriors.)

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Episode 86: Hotel Doctor Who

So I called up the Doctor. “Please bring me my time.”

He said “I couldn’t get there since 1969.”
And still Sarah is calling from far away.
Wake you up in the middle of the fight,
Just to hear her say…

Help me fight this Android Invasion!
By Terry Nation (By Terry Nation)
The Terry Nation.
Aired in the year Nineteen – Seventy Five
In Late November (In Late November)
Early December.

In case you missed it, this week Kiyan and Dylan discussed The Android Invasion, aired in November and December of 1975 and written by Terry Nation.

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Episode 85: Rainbow Tunnel of Death

The colors! They burn!

This week Kiyan and Dylan make up a new term (biobabble), sort of explore a serial from Doctor Who, and indicate that Kiyan is half asleep. It’s been quite a week. The serial sort of covered this week is Pyramids of Mars, which was written by Stephen Harris (in reality Robert Holmes)  and aired in October and November of 1975.

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Episode 84: When The Scarf Hits The Fan

There were little scarf bits everywhere. It was a disaster to clean.

This week Kiyan and Dylan put forward their life’s work in harnessing the power of podcasting. They successfully harness pure podcast ether to create this episode about Planet of Evil, which was written by Louis Marks and aired in September and October of 1975. Watch out, pure podcast ether is toxic in large doses.

Here’s a comparison between greyscale and color images of the Addam’s Family Mansion.

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