Trust Your Doctor

295: Anticulture (Praxeus)

Today in Trust Your Doctor, our regular life.

This is truly the end of an era, this is the last TYD episode that will be recorded in the same room for… three months? Who knows how long we’ll be stuck in our homes. Did you know every episode up until this point was recorded in person? And now life is conspiring against us to shut down the podcast. God damn Praxeus… disease bacteria virus thing. It’s Praxeus written by Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall and aired on February 2, 2020.


Show-notes:


20:23: This. This is what Birdemic is about.
23:45: Meant to say “Love and Monsters” here.
36:10: Mr. Burns’ checkup.

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294: The Haunting of Vila Restal ft. Argy (Fugitive of the Judoon)

The crossover we’ve all been waiting for.

I was a fugitive once. The cops came to my house, told me I was wanted for stealing toilet paper during a time of crisis. I, of course, denied it and jumped out the window. Pretty sure I broke my ankle on the way down but I didn’t have time to verify. Some say I’m still running to this day, although I think the police have other toilet paper thieves on their hands now. It’s Fugitive of the Judoon written by Vinay Patel and Chris Chibnall and aired on January 26, 2020.


Show-notes:


18:44: Pretty sure there was something wrong with the call here, which is why Argy couldn’t hear us I think. Happens once again later too.
35:39: 50dw50 on twitter
42:15: The greatest thing we’ve ever done
50:50: Here’s an article about Porsche and the nazis. Also Hitler was involved in the production of the Volkswagen Beetle.
1:20:01: The origins of “going ham”
1:27:55: Here’s the video of Chibnall telling Pip and Jane Baker what he thinks of Terror of the Vervoids.
1:40:15: Here’s an article about Wikipedia editors editing Bloomberg’s death into his wiki page. Wikipedia editors are some of the most dangerous and unhinged people out there.
1:48:00: More about the 2038 thing that’s gonna screw us all over… if corona doesn’t do that first…


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293: Emotional Support Companion (Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror)

Bring back K9.

This week on Trust Your Doctor: every single person you ever thought was a hero is actually a terrible person. Who could have guessed that? Not me, not you, not anyone close to these people who have been warning us for years and only just now got heard because said person is all of a sudden famous. No certainly not them. It’s Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror written by Nina Métivier and aired on January 19, 2020.


Show-notes:


2:45: The “Why would ________ do this?” meme (mixed in this example with the all time classic “Bush did 9/11” meme).
4:09: The Current War. You know a movie’s good when its Wikipedia article starts with “[name of movie] is a 2017/2019 American historical drama”
15:14: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast.
17:30: Well here’s Dylan’s twitter. I don’t know whether he actually posted the “barcodes” as “planned,” but if he did that’s where they would be.
19:05: It would’ve been the Austro-Hungarian krone I guess. Or maybe the Austrian shilling? I dunno.
29:10: It was The Underwater Menace.
35:27: 5 seconds on google told me it was Margaret Hamilton.


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292: Green Hams and Eggs (Orphan 55)

Multiple hams at once, just all over.

I wonder what the other 54 orphan planets look like. Do you think they look anything like bombed out earth in the future? Maybe the bombed out shell of Gallifrey was an orphan planet too, and then it become Gallifrey. And the Timelords took its orphan status away. They adopted it. What a good society! It’s Orphan 55 written by Ed Hime and aired on January 12, 2020.


Show-notes:


4:30: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
13:12: Meant to say Happiness Patrol here.
15:52: And here…
19:30: Here’s the “Disney’s Catacombs” creepypasta.
20:50: List of incidents at Disney parks. There are multiple lists to read, so this page collects all of them. Also the movie I was talking about was Escape from Tomorrow. I just read the plot summary on wikipedia and it sounds wild.
27:18: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
27:47: Apparently the comic story The Glorious Dead does this, though I’m not 100% sure on that.
31:03: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast
33:35: Turtle comic thing
42:35: Leo Strauss on wikipedia. Just wanted to link this here since I was too lazy to look up anything else about him myself, so here’s the link if you want to read more yourself.
44:46: The Southern Strategy


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290: I Just Literally Don’t Care (Resolution)

Should old Doctors be forgotten?

I only just processed that this was the only episode of Doctor Who that aired in 2019. The one and only single one. Which is a little weird because 2019 was so damn long, at least in my life. And throughout that long span of time there was only one single episode of Doctor Who to keep me sane. Pity. It’s Resolution written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 1, 2019.


Show-notes:


9:16: More on old style and new style dates. Surprise surprise, we (I) got most of this wrong. Also I mentioned how the shift affected the dates that early U.S. presidents were inaugurated on, but the shift actually came way before that. What I meant to say was that it affects most of the early presidents’ birthdays.
15:05: The entire 2020 state of the union.
34:10: Aaaand of course I can’t find it. I actually looked for more than 30 seconds for once, but nope. I got nothing.
39:11: A Single Man is by Christopher Isherwood.
41:03: If you like Blake’s 7 and podcasts, check out Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, a Blake’s 7 podcast.


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289: Star Wars in my Doctor Who? (The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos)

We all saw this coming to be honest.

I’m pretty sure the next season of Clone Wars comes out after this episode of Trust Your Doctor. Or at least the first episode. Maybe we should make a Clone Wars podcast just so that one day we can have the inevitable (ha) title of “Doctor Who in my Star Wars?” For the poetry, of course. It’s The Battle of Ranskoor Av’Kolos written by Chris Chibnall and aired on December 8, 2018.


Show-notes:


6:34: Good
6:51: Can’t find the video 🙁
18:37: The Ux have only appeared in this episode. Also At Childhood’s End just came out like a little over a week ago.
36:23: The villain in Rosa was named Krasko.
37:48: This is the image we were referring to here.
39:39: Even after reading this Know Your Meme entry on “Ugandan Knuckles” I still don’t understand the meme.
40:50: “menschen” is just “people” I’m pretty sure.


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288: 6 Years Later and Still Nobody Cares (It Takes You Away)

This is the most depressing thing I’ve ever heard.

I’ve always wanted to go to Norway. Never really had the opportunity to do so though. Which is a bummer because it always looked nice. I wonder why this episode is set in Norway and not Sweden. A good question for another time. It’s It Takes You Away, written by Ed Hime and aired on December 1, 2018.


Show-notes:


2:12: This is the first time we’ve seen Norway on the tv show, but it’s been in comics and audios before. Bad Wolf Bay was in Norway, but it was in the alternate world.
9:35: Here’s the trailer for The Silence. Cash-in on “A Quiet Place” or not, this was actually based on a book that came out in 2015.
21:43: Video of Gordon Ramsay and James May eating fermented shark
24:47: Unfortunately I couldn’t find any behind-the-scenes info on the antizone. I did find this somewhat-interesting video that kind of goes behind the scenes on this episode. It’s not too great, but yeah.
27:57: It was Spinoza, and the concept was called natura naturans.


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287: Frogtor Who (The Witchfinders)

Ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit.

Something something the Crucible is actually about the Red Scare. Well not actually. It was really about the witch hunts, but it’s supposed to be heavily about the Red Scare. Drawing parallels between the two really. But as Kiyan says “intentionality doesn’t matter” so in many ways you could see it as whatever you want. Maybe to you it’s just a play about the witch hunts. It’s The Witchfinders, written by Joy Wilkinson and aired on November 25, 2018.


Show-notes:


6:26: Bring out yer dead
13:25: Abraham Lincoln actually was the 16th president. Trump is the 45th.
18:12: If you want to hear us discuss the Troll “trilogy,” check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast
53:21: The bible on tattoos


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Children of the Stones 7 – Full Circle ft. Jim (The Krynoid Podcast)

How many times can I reference Doctor Who this week?

This is the second season finale for Inevitable, and this time we’ve actually gone all out and gotten a guest. That’s quite a step up from Star Cops which just kind of… ended. And then it wasn’t really an end because we were back the next week. Well this time that won’t be true. Triple Play will be returning in Inevitable’s place so look out for that! It’s Full Circle, written by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray and aired on February 21, 1977.


Show-notes:


12:45: For those who don’t know who Charlie Chan is (like I didn’t), he’s (far as I can tell) a fairly controversial fictional detective.
35:47: It was Return to the Stones
47:52: The series I was thinking about here was The Clifton House Mystery.
1:02:22: Lucas apparently drew heavily on The Hidden Fortress when creating Star Wars.
1:31:48: Check out Krynoid Podcast to hear Jim talk about Doctor Who.
1:33:41: And check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast to hear us talk about movie trilogies.


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286: Too Good to Exist (Kerblam)

The greatest “thing” that’s ever been in Doctor Who.

I sit here editing this episode on my Amazon laptop, with my Amazon Ergonomic Chair listening on my Amazon Buds. My Amazon branded air freshener releases a new scent to improve my workflow. I take a sip of Amazon approved water, delivered in an Amazon plastic bottle. I smile, for Amazon will look after me. It’s Kerblam, written by Pete McTighe and aired on November 18, 2018.


Show-notes:


13:31: Retrofuturism as described by Wikipedia
21:03: Sadly I can’t find this story anymore. According to this discussion, it might have been “A Short History of World War LXXVIII” by Roy L. Prosterman, but then ISFDB (and the comment thread on stackexchange) say that this story was never anthologized, and I’m pretty sure I read it in a sci-fi anthology. The worst part? I have no way of checking since I got rid of the anthology I think I read it in years ago, and “A Short History of World War LXXVIII” is nowhere to be found online as far as I can tell. Google gave me nothing at least.
23:43: The best gif of Tom Baker

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