We can’t begin to tell you how we’re excited to watch new episodes of Doctor Who that don’t have Stephen Moffat’s fingerprints all over them.
Not only that, we’re pleased to announce that after this season of shows wraps up later in the year, we’ll be returning in January with two episodes a month – every month – until the next series of the show airs. No breaks! Only booze.
In which we kick off our first Companions Season of episodes by talking about one of our favourite episodes to discuss drunk.
Welcome back to Doctor Whooch! For this batch of episodes, we’re going to have a bunch of special guests, starting with our good friend Allen Gould! He arrives on the show to talk about a very sexy episode of Doctor Who where a couple of the characters bone down later. Spoilers!
Also discussed? Hobbits, Culkins, Tim Riggins in Space, Once Upon A Time and Aldis Hodge. And Doctor Who eventually, whatever. Specifically: how Donna really gets a raw deal in her season of the show.
On this very special episode, we’re featuring the main conversation from this week’s Gallifrey Public Radioepisode that we guested on. Hosts Keir, Jay and Haley were wonderful people to talk about the casting of the newest Doctor with, something we didn’t even know was happening when we first scheduled this crossover! Anyway, if you want to hear five awesome people gush about Jodie Whittaker for over an hour, WE HAVE YOUR BACK!
Also, if you enjoy this episode, you need to check out Gallifrey Public Radio, and just go back there every week. Tell them we sent you.
If you listened to last week’s edition of Doctor Whooch, you know that we’re taking a break from time travel and libations (for podcast purposes) for a while, and will return in the fall. Until then?
Welcome to Thirsty Thursdays.
Every Thursday. Pictures for your thirst, and quite possibly, the odd article written while under the influence.
HELP US OUT.
We’re but two folks on the internet, with our own likes and dislikes. Send us pictures of your thirst! What are you into? Share – and let us know if you want to be credited, or absolutely do not want to be credited. We’ll run a few of them each week alongside what we find.
Weirdly, this is the first part in a big change coming to Submetropolitan. Keep your eyes out for more.
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