In which we’re 100 episodes old. So that happened.
On this week’s show, we celebrate our First Hundo with special guest Jorts Bazingles – aka Superfan Josh Bazin. Listen as Brandon almost gets too drunk to function drinking a Delicious Concoction! Swoon at the insights of Jorts! Marvel at the patience of Danica! All while they attempt to explain the plot of “A Town Called Mercy” from the 7th Series to varying degrees of success.
Thanks again to Jorts for appearing on the program. You can find Jorts on Twitter at @joshYEG.
In which we are in fine form. FINE form.
On this week’s show: Danica and Brandon will babysit your kids! It could be the worst decision of your life. Also: they watch “Time Heist” from Series 8 and are… pleasantly surprised by how much they enjoyed it. Also also: they are pretty loopy tired from moving a whole comic store, so uh… strap in. It’s an interesting ride.
Outro music is “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele.
In which we are perilously close to falling asleep, but Martha Jones is there, so things are good.
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon hit up “Smith and Jones”, and dig into some strangeness with a strange old lady wielding a straw. Also, the moon! Rhinos? Markers! Swooning! And other things that are good, like hair mussing.
Outro music is “Daft Punk is Playing In My House” by LCD Soundsystem
In which we are too busy staring at a man in a blue suit to follow the plot.
On this week’s show, Mr. Butts and Mr. Peanutbutter take on another series 3 episode with “The Lazarus Experiment”. It’s a whole thing with Mark Gatiss being an old man who suddenly isn’t so old and is both a figurative and literal monster. Also, there’s a church, and like family stuff? Basically, there’s a lot to try and pay attention to while Tennant is swanning around making faces and ruffling his hair and stuff. Yeah girl, go get itttt.
Outro music is “Kokomo (Beach Boys Cover)” by The Vandals.
In which we tell you all our thoughts on God.
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon are floating like leaves in the wind and rolling their eyes at a whole lot of things. Our hearts are cold and dead! Our livers are swimming! It’s a whole thing. Anyway, we watch “The Rings of Akhaten” which is hard to spell, and is full of tree hands and shenanigans. And is also fun. But you know, whatever. Also, there’s cupcakes, for REASONS.
Outro music is “Counting Blue Cars” by Dishwalla
In which Danica is a war criminal.
On this week’s episode, we reach the end of The River Song Timeline with “Forest of the Dead”, in which there’s more flesh eating darkness and some heart rending sadness. People run! Some of them die. Others don’t? And then there’s a thing that happens with a screwdriver. So you know. Spoilers.
Outro music is “Confident” by Demi Lovato.
In which we near the end of the River Song timeline, and do not get really sad at all.
On this week’s show, we kick things off by ruining the Doctor Who theme song for everyone forever. We regret nothing. Or… we regret some things, just not this. Anyway, then it’s time for “Silence in the Library”, in which there are no Silence, just silence, and also sadness. Yeah. Yep.
Outro music is “Ghostbuster Theme” by No Small Children
In which we return to Series 8 with our eyes narrows and our hearts cold and dead.
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon take a trip back to the early days of the 12th Doctor by visiting “Robot of Sherwood” and get distracted with a very loose ranking of various Robin Hoods. It’s a whole episode filled with two white dudes being snippy at each other and man, you wonder if there will be any drunk opinions about THAT.
Outro music is “Men Explain Things To Me” by Tacocat
In which the angels do a thing, again. Ugh.
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon continue to stumble through the River Song timeline with “The Angels Take Manhattan” from Series 7, an episode that seems to crumble the more we watch it. Marvel at the straight up weirdness of the whole thing! Listen carefully as words become less coherent along with the episode!
Outro music is “Good Girls” by Elle King
Podcast picture is by GIRL NAMED SHIRL PHOTOGRAPHY.
In which we return to deal with a floppy man complaining about his first world time and space problems.
On this week’s edition of the show, Danica and Brandon continue to trip down the River Song timeline with FLESH AND STONE, a not-at-all terrifying episode involving weird stone space monsters. (I WONDER WHICH CREATURES THOSE ARE??!?) Along the way, people die. And some don’t! And Matt Smith remains floppity. Also, we discuss Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, because everybody should at some point in their lifetime.
Outro music is “Let’s Misbehave” from Miss Fisher’s.