Tune in for this bonus minisode as Talia and Lucia discuss LEGEND OF THE SEA DEVILS. We debate the importance of character arcs versus plot structure, gush about Thasmin, and can’t help but comment on those outfits.
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.
Get ready for our take on TOOTH AND CLAW! We discuss all the things we love and hate and love to hate about this episode, continue to voice our distress about Rose’s characterization, and touch on topics such as religion, faith, patriarchy, feminism, racism, nationalism, and erasure of identity all hidden within the narrative.
It’s time for the Empty Child and the Doctor Dances! Nancy steals the show, Talia and Lucia continue to have extraordinary amounts of feels, and EVERYBODY LIVES!
We’re back! After a week away we’re travelling back in time to 1987.
Talia just wants to leave and get to the grading, and Lucia’s is officially put on the feelings bench for the first (but not the last) time.
Grab your tissues, it’s time to discuss “Father’s Day”.
It’s time for THE UNQUIET DEAD and boy! Do we have a lot to talk about. Sneed is the worst, Gwenyth deserves better, and Rose really needs to get off her high horse (and find a more suitable dress!)