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

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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