Terence Dudley

Episode 132: Until We’re At Satan

Only 66 more to go…

Who thought that a serial with the Master of all characters could be so horribly boring? THE MASTER! And it didn’t help that Terence Dudley has been consistently declining in quality since his first outing. It’s The King’s Demons, written by Terence Dudley and aired in March of 1983.


Show-notes:


0:28 We’re talking about the cool Iron Maiden, not the torture device.
5:40 Thank god I didn’t grow up in the 80s.
9:38 WOW.
11:51 Here’s more about beds in the middle ages. I say we all go back to straw. It probably builds character.
13:27 Apparently it was “rare” to do so. But I say more people should start doing it in real life. It probably builds character.
20:15 And who you never see again.

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Episode 124: A Blueberry With Wings

Apparently butterfly = blueberry with wings. This is some high level math.

I think our episode where we talk about almost nothing is pretty representative of this week’s serial, where the characters to practically nothing. If you guessed Edge of Destruction, you’re completely wrong, it’s Black Orchid. Written by the ever illustrious Terence Dudley and aired in March of 1982.


Show-notes:


6:18 Chess boxing is what you think it is. I think. Not to be confused with checkers mma or snakes and ladders smackdown.
22:21 The first Bourne movie has one of the assassins sent to kill Bourne jump out a window hilariously when he fails his mission. Hmm… Maybe we’ll watch the Bourne trilogy for Triple Play one of these days… Nah, probably not.

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Episode 121: Bringing Down the Apocalypse

It’s like bringing down the house… but… not?

This week we swiftly move into the most bizarre misinterpretation of a character on the show so far. And that’s in a show that gave us Edge of Destruction, so you know this has to be ridiculous. It’s Four to Doomsday, written by Terence Dudley and aired in January of 1982.


Show-notes:


0:33 He’s from Keeper of Traken. And K9 and Company. Yeah, this is the guy who directed A Girl’s Best Friend.
8:12 Yeah. Uh. Yup. Just gonna leave that there. And this.
9:00 Scientists recently detected the gravitational waves that Einstein predicted a century ago. Here’s what Nasa had to say about it. Great job guys. Only took like 100 years.
39:16 Turn down your speakers/headphones.


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