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.


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

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