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Episode 237: Walmart Wilf

On the prowl for dangerous criminals it’s Leadworth’s latest superhero…. Walmart Wilf!

I typically don’t shop at Walmart. I’m honestly just too lazy to drive that far, like it’s definitely not the closest department store to me. I haven’t done the math, but I’m pretty sure the extra cost of gas spent in driving to Walmart would outpace the money I’d save spending it there instead of anywhere closer. Now I’m wondering, are there any Walmarts in New York? Let alone Manhattan? It’s The Angels Take Manhattan, written by Stephen Moffat and aired on September 29, 2012.


Show-notes:


2:34 Frederick Law Olmstead was some guy who designed Central Park. I’m sure he wasn’t that important.
10:38 The Angel’s Kiss was a prequel to Melody Malone: Private Detective in Old New York Town that was actually published as a book and audio book. The Hardy Boys is a series of detective stories for kids.
11:59 Project Gutenberg is a great site for getting public domain stories. Standard Ebooks is the site that standardizes them “for the true book lover.”
13:12 The Golden Compass a.k.a. Northern Lights is another book for kids. I watched the movie version of this when it came out like 10+ years ago and all I remember was that there was a pretty badass polar bear.
14:27 Philip Marlowe is yet another fictional detective. Philip Marlowe vs. The Hardy Boys when?
17:06 The storyboarded version of Brian learning about the events of this episode is online here.
17:15 Tom Baker finally published Doctor Who Meets Scratchman as a novel. There’s a even a video of Baker himself lovingly providing a sneak preview of the book (which is already out but yeah).
32:12 Triple Play is a podcast where we discuss movie trilogies and stuff.
39:15 We even discussed the amazing Troll trilogy (Troll, Troll 2, and Contamination .7)
40:03 Here’s all the Sting/Police songs we mention (also Oingo Boingo is a thing): Every Breath You Take, Don’t Stand So Close to Me
43:31 The wiki doesn’t list anyone else as playing Rory, so it was probably Arthur Darvill.
1:13:59 This is the millionth time I’ve linked to this River Song timeline and I have become exceedingly efficient at it.


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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 83: Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle

And then like magic, it works! Guaranteed, every time.

This week Kiyan and Dylan return to their regularly scheduled host set-up with just the two of them attempting to explain a serial once again. This week the serial at hand is Terror of the Zygons, which was written by Robert Banks Stewart and aired in August and September of 1975. Harry Sullivan leaves in this episode, so there’s a retrospective at the end of the episode.

This was the base Dylan was referring to. Apparently it appeared in The Spy Who Loved Me, and not the one with the lotus (You Only Live Twice). The Bond Films all kind of blend together at some point.

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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 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 20: Sorry Steven, I’m Going to Have to Put you Down

Vicki leaves. Oh spoiler, whoops.

This week Kiyan and Dylan discuss The Myth Makers, written by Donald Cotton, and aired in October and November of 1965. This is the final appearance of Vicki and the first appearance of replacement companion Katarina.

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