On this week’s episode, The Doctor and her best friends are out in spppaaaaaaaaaace! Which is slightly problematic when you’re, you know, in the vacuum of it, and not in a ship. But no worries! There are ships, and Brandon and Danica DEFINITELY remember the names of who the pilots were and they don’t at all ruin the emotional resonance of many scenes. Anyway, hey! It’s “The Ghost Monument” and it is brilliant, and thank you all for listening.
On this week’s show… uh… huh. I dunno. Did anything cool happen recently? With Doctor Who? Ah, we’ll think of something.
FINALLY, Doctor Who is back, and it is a brand new era, with Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor, and a bevy of new folks behind the scenes! Do we have opinions? Will we compare this to Moffat era stuff? All good questions, you. Clever, clever. Do a listen, and we’re sure you’ll find the answers you’re looking for, just… fairly incoherently.
This week, I’m back on the I Have Some Notespodcast for one last round of Side Notes before their new season kicks off in October. And this time, I’m telling them about my awesome idea for that new Star Trek show they announced with Patrick Stewart.
We all have those songs – the ones that dripped into our ears while the world burned. The ones that fed us when we couldn’t eat.
This song is everything. It is all I have.
I lean on those songs when I’m searching for something, to anchor me to a boy who had no idea what he was doing, but could find words with great ease. The boy lives in the melodies of these songs. He is fearless and sad. He is an idiot.