Hi, there’s no metaphors in “witch hunting”, is there?
GOOD MORROW kind folks and WELCOME to this SALACIOUS episode of the Doctor’s Whooch, as presented by the DELECTABLE Danica and the BAWDIFOROUS Brandon.
THIS WEEK! A missive regarding “THE WITCHFINDERS”, starring one Mr. ALAN CUMMING, and it may in fact be his GREATEST performance since the RADIANT JOY of JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS was BESTOWED upon this world.
Welcome back to So You Think You Can Danica, where even though your favourite dance competition show is off the air, Danica and Devin are still slinging those sweet dance burgers. (Sorry, we ate some delicious burgers before recording and we’re still thinking about them.)
On this month’s episode we get together to discuss the first great Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire picture, 1934’s The Gay Divorcée.
In which we invited the ire of a billionaire. But I mean… what ELSE is new.
On this week’s show, it’s “Kerblam!” – the 7th episode in the stellar 11th series of Doctor Who! In what might be our best (or worst?) episode yet, we lobby to get paid a lot of money to help the masses. And only a heartless person would deny our request.
Outro music is a “Bitch Better Have My Money” by Rihanna
What part of “be a good person” was hard to understand?
On this week’s episode, Danica and Brandon are talking about the series 11 episode of Doctor Who entitled “Demons of the Punjab” as only two white people can: with unearned confidence. Which makes them uncomfortable and awkward. So hey, all in all, a pretty regular episode of the show. Enjoy!
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon are talking about “The Tsuranga Conundrum”, which puts The Doctor and Team TARDIS in a bit of a space pickle. Also, there’s a wild space pregnancy, and a WHOLE LOT OF BROKEN FAMILY FEELS. And a cute as hell monster creature. So. There’s that.
On this week’s show, Brandon goes it alone… sort of… as Danica’s phobia of spiders comes into play. Thankfully, Kat from Verity is on hand, as a great guest host to talk about the series 11 episode… (checks papers) “Arachnids in the U.K.” Which is almost definitely about space unicorns and not spiders. Almost definitely.
Outro music is a metal cover of Sex and the City we found on the internet.