Select Blooper Reel for our first ever episode— ROSE!
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IT’S THE WRAP UP! Our second season has come to a close, and we are finally done with Rose! (For now) Tune in to find out what series two got for it’s final grade (we were nice and scaled it), our thoughts on series two as a whole, who was the Hero at the end of it all, Talia talks about the Twelfth Doctor as much as they can during a Tenth Doctor era episode, and we combine humor with talking about our usual favorite topics like toxicity, empire, and grief.
The time has come to discuss ARMY OF GHOSTS and DOOMSDAY. Hold tight to your void-defying clamps as Talia and Lucia tackle one of the most infamous double episodes of NuWho to date and discuss agency, patriarchy, Empire, the limits of psychic paper, and why on Earth the Doctor and Rose are taking their laundry to Jackie when THEY have a washing machine and SHE’S running down to the Laundromat with Elton! Tap in to hear the Wibbly Wobbly’s epic conclusion to Series 2: is Ten/Rose a love story for the ages? Or a cautionary tale against the dangers of toxic relationships?
Talia and Lucia are joined by the illustrious Nicole Hill of Black TARDIS and Black Girls Create in a rousing discussion of Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel! We talk about how Lumic is dramatic AF, why the Doctor’s plan is low-key cruel as all get out, what remains true for characters across universes, and consider the roots of our problems with Rose.
Talia and Lucia are back to talking about series two, where pre-revolutionary France is on a spaceship, the Doctor gets over the fact that Reinette isn’t a seven-year-old way too quickly, we gush over Madame de Pompadour, get vocal about our dislike of certain tropes in Doctor Who and Moffat’s writing, and advocate for why you don’t need trauma in your life to appreciate the good things.
This time Talia and Lucia aren’t alone as they discuss SCHOOL REUNION with special guest Joy Piedmont! We talk all about Sarah Jane and her importance to the series, take a deep dive into the sea of emotions contained in this episode, have a nice little tangent comparing the various modern doctors, and so much more!
It’s time for Wibbly Wobbly season two, and you might want to hold onto something because this TARDIS is in for a crash landing as we discuss THE CHRISTMAS INVASION! Talia cries in linguistics major and needs more wine, Lucia bemoans lapses in the characterization of Rose Tyler and Harriet Jones, and we finally meet Ten!
IT’S THE WRAP UP! Season one has come to a close, tune in to listen to all our thoughts on how it went, find out the final grade for series one, and hear our thoughts about what Doctor who is, was, and could have been like in the wake of the 2005 revival.
Wibbly Wobbly Transcripts Bad Wolf, Bad Wolf (Episode), Captain Jack, Christopher Eccleston, Contemporary, Future, Jackie Tyler, Mickey Smith, Nine, Rose Tyler, Series One, The Parting of the Ways, Wibbly Wobbly Season One 0
Reality TV is more dangerous than ever, and the Daleks are back—it’s time for the Series One finale with BAD WOLF and THE PARTING OF THE WAYS! Talia is crying about everything, and it’s Lucia’s turn to be frustrated by Rose. We argue over a certain character’s death, discuss the Doctor’s struggles with genocide, and grapple with saying goodbye.
It’s time for our run down of BOOM TOWN, episode nine of series one. Talia is sick of Rose and wishes for a better companion, Lucia asks us to ponder the meaning of accountability, we all aspire to that vibe you have with friends who unquestionably get you no questions asked, and we continue our crusade of cleanliness and say the quiet part out loud: those skin suits have got to stink.