It’s that time again! Get ready for the select blooper reel for our episode second episode — THE END OF THE WORLD! Lucia and Talia are once again exhibiting the fact that those who shenan once will shenanigan.
After wrapping up series two, Lucia and Talia take a retrospective and count down to their top ten episodes of the podcast so far. With some surprising choices and heart-warming recollections, can you guess which episode(s?) will nab the top spot? Read/Listen along to see, and while you’re at it, drop us a comment of your favourites so far!
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.
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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.
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 the year 200,000 and Adam is THE WORST. Talia loves Cathica and Lucia seriously questions the ethics of 10 minute intensive brain surgery as we dive head long into THE LONG GAME.