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Episode 161: Equal Opportunity Incompetency

In a world where everyone sucks at their job…

We’re so close I can taste it. Maybe that’s the chocolate bar I just had though. I don’t know. Well, whatever. It’s The Curse of Fenric, written by Ian Briggs and aired in October and November of 1989.


Show-notes:


7:22 Wonder where he was touring.
19:48 Which you can hear Dylan read here.
26:14 This dog might be the hero we need but don’t deserve.
28:29 YOU’RE THE BEST AROUND.
56:50 Find Blue Box Podcast here.

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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Keff McCulloch.

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Episode 116: Sass of Rassilon

“I’m a Time Lord bro. Back off. BACK OFF.” – Sassy Rassilon

This week Kiyan and Dylan do not make it to Gallifrey yet, however much this title may imply that they did. Instead they fail to even leave E-Space. It’s the second story of the E-Space trilogy this week, State of Decay. It was written by Terrance Dicks and aired in November and December of 1980.


Show-notes

10:02 Purple was traditionally associated with nobility in a number of ancient cultures (and still is today).
15:16 You’ve probably already seen the new Star Wars trailer, but go ahead and watch it again. Or watch it for the first time if you haven’t seen it. It was pretty good. Or not. I dunno.
27:29 Punch cards were used to program computers and to store information back in the stone age. We’ve never seen the Doctor use his before and we’ll probably never see it again.
31:20 Here’s a pretty extensive list of vampire weaknesses from various mythologies and media (including Count Chocula).


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The Doctor Who title music was originally composed by Ron Grainer. The version used in this episode was arranged by Peter Howell.

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