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.

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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