Trust Your Doctor

In this stunning podcast, two average guys try to get through as much Doctor Who as possible without going insane. Currently they’re mainlining their way through Classic Doctor Who. 800 episodes or bust, they say. And on the side, well. Books, Audio Dramas, Comics?!? Anything is possible! So in summary: They’re trying to see how much Doctor Who they can take before dying.

350: Drains on the Brains (Eve of the Daleks)

I suppose there are worse things to have on the brain.

It’s Eve of the Daleks, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 1, 2022


Show-notes:
2:55: For some reason I will take this opportunity to link you to our Heaven Sent episode, over a year ago!
4:00: Not gonna link this.
8:01: Jar Jar Binks is canon to the Doctor Who universe.
20:02: Here’s the TARDIS wiki page on time loops.
22:00: Trust Your Doctor released its first episode on January 24, 2014. This episode is no longer in the podcast feed, because it’s pretty bad. It’s been since replaced by a re-recorded version that was backdated.
29:36: You are a sad, strange little man.
33:30: The official Doctor Who youtube account, in what may have been a bout of prescience, uploaded the clip of Dan literally running circles around the Dalek for all to enjoy. (It actually wasn’t a bout of prescience since they uploaded the clip on the 3rd, well after there was enough time to gauge whether it would be regarded as one of the best scenes in the episode, which I would assume it was and which I personally think it is, but whatever.)
36:02: Paying tax on illegal money is something about how you’re supposed to be taxed on total income, not just total legal income.
45:50: The character Dan worked with at the food bank was Wilma.
47:38: Troll 2, the greatest masterpiece of 20th-century film, is actually a movie we’ve watched on Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast, so check that episode out.
54:31: Here’s some more information on the gunpowder plot (and Guy Fawkes), courtesy of Wikipedia.
58:57: I didn’t even bother to try find this tweet. (Editor’s note: Same. Forget that, lol)
1:00:40: Here’s a link to the official BBC Sea Devil promo images. This article also includes an image from the Third Doctor serial, The Sea Devils, indicating that the sea devil itself does not seem to have been so massively redesigned as we thought.
1:19:14: EthelredBusybody’s review of Eve of the Daleks.
1:20:10: Flux and Beyond, by busclas.
1:26:11: Brigadier Bambera is BACK. LETS GO.
1:26:50: Frazer Hines isonly 77, actually.


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349: Can’t Wait for the Absorbaloff to Come Back (The Vanquishers)

You heard it here first, from the podcast that the show is based on rather than the other way around ™.

The end of our first season that we podcasted along with the episodes as they aired. So that’s gotta be something important in our history right? And three episodes from now we’ll basically have finished up this whole era on the podcast, with our first podcast along regeneration episode. Anyway, it’s The Vanquishers, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on December 5, 2021.


Show-notes:
1:20:  Spoiler Alert: How to Pronounce did not help.
1:46: The clip I found is the beginning of this interview with Azhur Saleem and Jamie Magnus Stone.
7:40: I tried to find out if “tapestratic” was a word, and it is not. (Editor’s note: But as always, you can find it being used online in, you guessed it, an academic(-ish) article: Becoming-Jaguar: Escaping Dialectical Negation Through Monistic Process Metaphysics)
9:22: Check out our movie trilogy podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
24:17: The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument is cool as hell and you should all check it out. Tweet me if you have any questions about it, I love my work.
24:34: Just outing my github, I suppose, but here’s the code I wrote that gets run every night on any data we take.
24:55: Wikipedia cites an internal memo from Barry Letts where he names The Master explicitly because it’s another academic degree like a doctorate. This memo, however, 404’s so I’ll just link Wikipedia.
28:12: ToohotforTV
31:18: We’re (not (not (not))) going to make chocolate on Cooking with Trust Your Doctor.
32:12: For more on Gan and the failures of his limited, check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast.
38:06: We watched the Prisoner (2009) over on our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
1:01:24: Good news, knowyourmeme is here to explain the “Do you have the slightest idea how little that narrows it down?” meme.
1:06:07: Here’s that Paul Cornell tweet that spurred on this discussion.
1:28:16: I will not be able to find this tweet again, it’s been almost a week since it was posted and things in the twitterspace just fall into the void.
1:29:02: Here’s the TARDIS wiki page for Shobogan (species).
1:33:30: Doctor Who Gives a F#*! has a great website, you should go look at it.
1:34:27: Prof_Quiteamess on twitter.
1:36:15: WhoHats on twitter.
1:37:21: simonegans on twitter.
1:38:06: Urcool91 on twitter.
1:42:02: To keep up with our Inevitable adventures, go and subscribe to Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast.


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348: Stick With Me Here, But John Cena as the Master (Survivors of the Flux)

Trust Your Doctor normally has insane ideas, but this time they’ve gone too far.

We’re rapidly closing in on the end of possibly the whirl windiest season of Doctor Who ever written. It’s bizarre, it’s amazing, it’s huge. It’s everything you ever wanted from a Doctor Who story. Or at least, that’s what the boys over at Trust Your Doctor think. I mean, really, what else could it be? It’s Survivors of the Flux, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 28, 2021.


Show-notes:
0:26: Didn’t look up how to pronounce Azhur Saleem’s name. Sorry.
1:35: Here’s your Spotify wrapped! How did I do that? Well. Magicians never reveal their secrets. (Editor’s note: he just linked directly to it.)
2:22: You can actually listen to our Revolution of the Daleks episode over here.
3:17: Check out our Blake’s 7 podcast, Zenith: A Blake’s 7 Podcast, and help it do even better than any of our currently running podcasts.
4:00: It’s actually Justin underscore does underscore art: @justin_does_art.
6:21: Check out our other podcasts too: Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast and Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
5:02: You can actually see every episode of our podcasts we released in 2021 on our website, since I normally tag posts/episodes by their release year.
12:34: The word wizard has been ruined forever.
17:55: For those as interested in the behind the scenes as much as I am, here’s the BTS video from John Bishop’s twitter.
20:07: Check out the best episode of Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast: the Fred Trilogy episode.
21:40: I was shocked to discover that this tweet/instagram post was a damn month ago. Anyway, good news is I found the tweet where someone showed that Vin made himself bigger than The Rock.
27:02: Norse mythology in general is pretty fascinating, but Yggdrasil itself is one of the most interesting things in it. (Editor’s note: I have no idea why Dylan is so interested in Norse mythology all of a sudden.)
28:30: Don’t worry Fandango Movieclips is here to remind you of the fridge scene in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
36:39: I don’t remember what episode this was, probably the one we recorded the week I discovered it. Surprise, Dylan didn’t cut it out.
43:04: Worry not, we haven’t forgotten that this is an audio only medium. Here’s the shot we’re talking about.
45:58: The Killing Joke, a seminal comic classic.
53:37: I like when Kiyan says he’ll put things in the show-notes, because it means I don’t have to. (Editor’s note: was this just a random comment? I didn’t say anything to this effect around this timestamp, so whatever.)
57:33: Was this the thing the last show note was referring to? Chris Chibnall’s villain origin story? For some reason I can’t find a better quality upload of it in full anymore. There definitely used to be one on youtube.
1:03:25: I forgot where I read the US department of defense uses VHS tapes, but I can’t find any other information along this line, so it’s probably wrong.
1:05:30: We’re gonna talk about John Barrowman for a while, so I think it best to link an article that gives a good overview of the allegations against him for those who aren’t in the loop.
1:22:00 The four books in the Eragon series are as follows: Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, Inheritance.
1:23:52: There was, I kid you not, twenty seconds of stunned silence to this revelation that I cut out.
1:26:55: “The last thing I have to say…” *looks at timestamp*
1:34:53: I couldn’t find this. 🙁
1:35:58: As promised, here’s the article from Steven’s email.
1:37:31: The Invasion wasn’t split up by anything. The Daleks’ Master Plan was bisected by The Feast of Steven (the greatest Doctor Who Christmas special) though.
1:39:35: It must have been fun before we revealed this on the podcast to imagine that our show-notes person sometimes seemed to have multiple personalities. For a fun game, try guess who wrote this show-note.


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347: I Regret Nothing and I Don’t Take it Back (Village of the Angels)

Well, I suppose it was worth a shot trying to get him to take it back. (Editor’s note: No.)

We somehow went this entire episode without making a “Children of the Stones” joke. Can you believe that? I can’t believe that. We made a dozen of those jokes while we were watching the episode, so the fact that we didn’t make a single one in the episode is a little shocking. It’s Village of the Angels, written by Chris Chibnall and Maxine Alderton and aired on November 21, 2021.


Show-notes:
3:05: I couldn’t find out exactly when they finished Flux specifically, but I read that Jodie and Mandip wrapped the final special in October. Here’s a handy dandy timeline of the entire season’s + specials production schedule.
4:33: Here’s the article explaining why Doctor Who is apparently banned in China. Apparently the ban has something to do with treating history seriously, which I guess the Chinese government says that shows like Doctor Who don’t. Weird but hey. The article also reminded me that Winnie the Pooh is also censored in China. Lmao.
6:40: Here’s the “bloody good story” and “absolutely brilliant” tweets for ya.
11:40: Devon is a county in the south west of the UK.
16:19: Kiyan and I are referencing Geraint Cooper, from Torchwood.
18:06: Here’s a clip in case you forgot what an Ood vomiting out its brain looked like.
18:48: COME QUIETLY OR THERE WILL BE TROUBLE.
24:17: Kiyan probably could not find the phrase “There is no planet called Time” in the Halloween Apocalypse transcript, because the phrase was actually said in War of the Sontarans.
31:42: From Chakoteya: “JERICHO: Oh, I’ve seen many things beyond my comprehension, Doctor. I was one of the first British soldiers into Belsen at the end of the war. If you think a few stone statues will destroy my equilibrium you are mistaken. What do you need me to do?” Bergen-Belsen (or just Belsen) was a concentration camp.
32:20: I will never find this tweet but I don’t even care to defend this tweet.
33:15: Sorry for linking to Daily Mail, but they had the best picture of Jodie Whittaker looking miserable at the beach.
35:55: Here’s the tweet from the official BBC account of the angels and their scar, for all you fanatics to compare to.
48:47: Don’t worry, Know Your Meme comes through once again.
48:51: And here’s the link to the monkey puppet meme. I made this reference on our latest episode of Inevitable: A Classic Sci Fi Podcast, where we talked about the Firefly episode, Trash.
50:45: Check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast.
53:18: We covered assignment 3 of Sapphire and Steel like a year ago.
54:35: From Out of the Rain. Yeah, I’m linking Wikipedia for this and not tardis.fandom.com What are you gonna do about it?
59:29: We regretfully covered The Predator on our soon-to-be-defunct movie trilogy podcast, Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.
1:01:07: Be sure to listen to listen to our episode on movie trilogies over on Triple Play: A Predator Podcast. This has to be the most useless show-note I’ve ever written.
1:29:55: We also have an episode on Pirates of the Caribbean over on Triple Play.
1:35:25: Check out Flight Through Entirety.


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346: Negative Progress (Once, Upon Time)

1 step forward, 23597908945832974317590327591375932175 steps back.

Have you ever seen that Disney Christmas special, “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas?” I remember owning it on DVD as a kid, but I actually for some reason remember thinking that the sequel, “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas” was better. I don’t know why I remember this. I’m not sure anybody else even agrees with me. It’s Once, Upon Time, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 14, 2021.


Show-notes:
1:07: Dylan (I) obviously meant “John perTWEE and Joffery Beevers.” Also, the guy whose name we mispronounced for the entirety of The Prisoner (on Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast) was George Markstein.
15:02: It is actually called the uvula, I was being serious!
34:32: Tamagotchis still exist, so if you want one for yourself you can easily go and get one now. (Editor’s note: so do the Digimon v-pets.)
35:16: I’ve tried to find a reference for Box before with no avail, so I’ll see if Kiyan wants to try. (Editor’s note: I don’t know what this means, but check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast.)
36:13: The “The World If” meme.
36:34: The title of Episode 5 was even “Three End” because we made a pun off the future name of Triple Play.
45:05: Spoilers for two minutes from now, I’m talking about Brendan. (Editor’s note: why was this necessary? Also check out Flight Through Entirety.)
1:03:20: Don’t worry, Wikipedia will hook you up with information on Keyser Söze.
1:05:25: Not the same director, or even writer actually. Easy to get confused though.
1:17:17: Here’s that Keys of Marinus Revisited episode for you. Funny that “Three End” also covered Keys of Marinus. Is Flux a secret Keys of Marinus remake? (Editor’s note: no.)
1:25:30: Check out Firefly on Inevitable.
1:26:02: I’m reading from How Angles Really Look, so go and read about some more terrifying angels.
1:29:10: I put on my robe and wizard hat. You’re welcome.


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345: Flux Repellent Shields (War of the Sontarans)

Come one, come all, come and see the magical flux repellent shields on the Luparian fleet.

Flux repellent sounds like some sort of AXE body spray knock off. Did the UK have the phase where every middle schooler ever wore AXE? Cuz we certainly had it over here in the US and some might argue that we never really even escaped that period even tho we like to think we did. That’s neither here nor there though. It’s War of the Sontarans, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on November 7, 2021.


Show-notes:
4:17: I’m not gonna link all the random Doctor Who stories that we reference here. You’re listening to a Doctor Who podcast, I’m pretty sure you know what we’re referencing.
7:54: DAMN DANIEL
9:53: In case you forgot what the HADS is, here’s the TARDIS wiki page on the HADS. I had(s) also forgotten about it until now
12:04: Here’s the Wikipedia page on The Crimean War if you’re curious and know as little about it as we did.
12:50: Mary Jane Seacole was a British-Jamaican nurse and businesswoman who also has an extensive wikipedia page.
22:28: The TARDIS wiki conveniently used an image of the exact scene Kiyan was referring to for the Armageddon Factor.
28:23: And including Alaska.
37:14: It’s just “Crimea” according to Wikipedia.
38:39: The etymology of Russia is actually pretty well documented on sites like etymonline and a bunch of others. I don’t remember seeing any of this info years ago. It comes from Rus, the name of ancient people who lived in/settled in the area. The etymology of “Rus” is a little more up for debate though according to wiki.
40:25: I was unclear in what my point was here. What I wanted to say was whether or not you considered the entire USSR as “Russia” or just the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic as “Russia”. It’s like, when you say “America” do you mean only the states, or do you include Puerto Rico?
49:15: Here’s the link to that post, on the official Doctor Who Facebook page.
51:53: SyFy actually claims directly that Doctor Who influenced The Matrix.
57:00: They look a lot like Eldrad, truly.
1:01:1: The Kuleshov Effect, enjoy. Also check out our classic sci-fi podcast, Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, where we talked about this in more detail at some point or another.
1:06:53: Keep an Eye on Dan, he can get a little out of hand.
1:11:15: God damn we referenced a lot of other Doctor Who episodes this week.
1:16:58: Remember that you will one day die, obviously, just like the rest of us. Memento Mori.
1:18:00: Ok I’ll link the 11th Doctor’s regeneration for you.
1:36:48: Wikipedia has an in-depth history of Halloween. The modern holiday has a number of origins, but yeah, it’s basically of European origin. One of the quotes on the page is from an old book published like 100 years ago: “All Halloween customs in the United States are borrowed directly or adapted from those of other countries.”
1:39:04: Yes, Icelandic is the closest you’ll get to Old Norse.


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344: The Luparian Steve Jobs (The Halloween Apocalypse)

Does every culture have a Steve Jobs analogue?

This episode, both the TV episode and our podcast episode, are a little bit chaotic. We drop a lot of theories on this episode, amazingly they’re all probably going to be wrong. At the same time, can yo believe that? I can. We’re known for it at this point. (Just kidding). Anyway, it’s The Halloween Apocalypse, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 31, 2021.


Show-notes:
0:40: I might as well link the Marco Polo episode for all you Trust Your Doctor historians.
1:30: Dylan originally had a note here telling himself to listen to our episode on The Chase to see if we watched it together. Well, I(Kiyan)’m too lazy for that, so “trust me bro.”
4:50: Yeah The Big Bang wiped out the Doctor Who universe and rebuilt it.
7:08: Pair bonding is not what I meant to say here.
8:47: “Slow burn.”
9:5: It took us 10 minutes before we referenced Christopher Eccleston blowing up canon. I thought this was a new record but in our Survival episode we took only 5 and a half minutes.
11:27: Jane Baker is not, in fact, alive and kicking. She died in 2014.
13:47: Fear not dear listener, the wikipedia page for cold opens is here to save the day.
16:37: The TARDIS wiki of all places has a page on the ARG. I forgot that the “prize” was just a picture of the Doctor. lol. (Editor’s note: wait really? Ahahahahahahaha lmao.)
19:48: List of British Monarchs. Best wikipedia page, 2021.
23:24: For all our American fans, here’s some info on Liverpool FC. Arsenal is from London.
26:43: I will not link this.
29:29: Tom Clancy died in 2013.
35:00: Googling “JFK jr resurrection” has probably ruined my search history but I did it for you.
45:50: This is so wizard, Ani.
54:23: This is not going to go the way you think.
57:46: Here’s the Cloister Bell page on the TARDIS wiki in case you wanted to look yourself.
1:16:38: Bernard’s statement is sourced from a tweet because it was said live on TV.
1:18:55: You all remember the War Chief? Good times.
1:32:50: Here, you can watch the opening scene to Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets for yourself.
1:33:15: We talked about Taken a while ago over on Triple Play.


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Trust Your Doctor is Back!

We’re back, again!

It hasn’t been that long, just 4 months or so, but we’re finally back. Unlike the actual Doctor Who, we didn’t take a massive like 10 year hiatus. But we’re back to podcast along with Doctor Who: Series 13: Flux. Or whatever the heck they’ve decided to call it.


Show-notes:
You need show-notes for this?


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343: Like Getting Slapped With a Wet Sock (The Airzone Solution)

Ah, my favourite sensation.

So in the future, when we’re all wearing masks in order to stay alive, do you think we’ll look back on this movie as a warning? Probably not in al honestly, I think most people probably don’t even remember that it exists. I didn’t. And I wish to never again. See you all soon! It’s The Airzone Solution and released at some point in 1993.


Show-notes:
0:56: Here, for your very own viewing and enjoyment, the Warped Factor review that I read from.
5:44: Did you know that the ineffable Dough Liman directed Chaos Walking to the point of it being unreleasable?
11:58: Yep this takes place in 2091. Amazing.
14:47: Might as well just link to the wikipedia page for Bill and Ben Video.
25:27: Go and watch Soylent Green instead of The Airzone Solution, it’s way more interesting.
25:56: Watching The Airzone Solution feels like being held at gunpoint buy you’re bored.
31:51: How to stage faint, for all you budding actors out there.
51:30: “In chemistry, a solution is a special type of homogeneous mixture composed of two or more substances.” – Wikipedia User, 2???. The two components of a solution are a solute and solvent.
51:59: I went on AO3 and looked for “Airzone Solution”  and actually found one f*cking fan fiction about The Airzone Solution. And it was published in 2020! Creepily enough, Arnie gets slapped by Ellie in this… with a wet sock. *Twilight Zone theme plays*
1:13:06: Which Peter? Blue Peter.
1:18:44: Really, actually starting in 15 minutes from when you heard us say this.
1:20:50: Check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast. It’ll be running (at some point) while Trust Your Doctor’s on hiatus.
1:21:04: The 2038 problem needs some levity added to it. Please, people. Start joking about this just to take the edge off how much it’ll suck when we get there.
1:25:52: I’m not saying you can watch The Airzone Solution for yourself on Tubi, but I’m not not saying that either.
1:27:20: Blow up canon or whatever, thank god we don’t have to paste this article anymore. Pretty sure I have it memorized now.
1:31:23: This is a reference to Battlefield.


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Redux 14: Classic Who Ends with Furries ft Steven (Survival)

I can’t believe this, furries are canon.

Ah the end of two eras, almost if it weren’t for the last minute decision we made that makes this not the final episode before the hiatus. Instead we return with a shitty TV movie in a week. No not that TV movie. Not the one you’re thinking of. It’s a different one. One that’s actually shitty. Anyway before then, it’s Survival, written by Rona Munro and aired from November 22 to December 6, 1989.


Show-notes:
2:33 Here’s that episode on where Steven last appeared, From Out of the Rain.
5:44: Remember that time that canon said we should blow up Christopher Eccleston?
12:42: We turn here to the Tardis Wiki for information on Love and War.
15:10: Yes, The Curator really is in the next UNIT boxset.
21:15: This Ace Time Lord Arc would eventually be borne out in the audio Thin Ice, which was an adaptation of a script from the unmade Season 27.
23:55: The full title of the novel is “The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman”.
24:43: I am reading off the page for racism on the Tardis Wiki.
26:00: I highly recommend people check out The Art of Self-Defense, if only because it’s just hilarious.
29:12: The Goosebumps intro.
32:20: Wayne’s World Dot Gif
33:18: Here’s the link to the [redacted] wikipedia page where you can verify my facts.
33:59: And here’s Flings for all of our non-South African audience members.
35:37: I’m not gonna link any of this food because it’s all disgusting.
49:00: This is a subtle reference to the latest (as of right now) episode of Steven’s podcast Delayed Replay, which Dylan and I were on. We discussed The Matrix 4, a.k.a. M4TRIX, which is definitely out right now in May 2021 and not coming later.
48:55: Planet of the Apes is a semi autobiographical story about…
50:37: A Hath, a Hath, my kingdom for a Hath.
1:12:43: What the f*ck did you just say f*cking say about me?
1:17:51: Jordan Peele dot gif. Also check out Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast, our classic sci-fi podcast.
1:20:08: McCallum was a British crime drama TV show that has no sci-fi elements.
1:27:29: Yes we still have a blog, and if you never looked at it you personally are the reason that we haven’t updated it recently.
1:29:30: Find Steven and his stuff at:
His site
Amazon (his novel)
Delayed Replay podcast
Star Trek Culture podcast
Intergalactic Peace Coalition Podcast
Doc Holocron’s Youtube channel
University of Sussex Doctor Who Society
Kiyan and Dylan were recently on his Delayed Replay episode. We discussed The Matrix 4, a.k.a. M4TRIX
1:31:52: The podcast is called Yesshit, and you should go and check it out when it releases.


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