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.
Last weekend, at the Edmonton Expo, Danica was part of a Doctor Who panel that was recorded for this week’s Radio Free Skaro!
If you’re in the mood to hear more (and there’s a lot more) head over to the Radio Free Skaro website where you’ll get a jam packed episode. Turns out, one week away from the big Series 11 premiere, there’s a lot to cover…
Some other times some misguided folks invited us onto their podcasts…
Danica and Brandon are back to finally give their tipsy opinions on “Twice Upon A Time”, the final Moffat era Doctor Who episode. And while it ALSO sadly marks the end of Peter Capaldi’s time as the Doctor, they pull no punches.
And sure, some might say we should have put this episode out before now, but here at Doctor Whooch, we like our takes like we like our drinks: on ice.
Outro music is: “If I Could Turn Back Time” by Riot of Color
In which a kid slides directly into his dad’s DMs and then catches the consumption.
It’s part two of our spectacular Companions Season finalé, in which we continue to talk about The Curse of the Black Spot with Doctor Who podcast luminaries Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky!
In this episode, a Steven Moffat conspiracy theory is hatched, and we discuss how Doctor Who fans aren’t detail oriented at all, and how crowns are pretty dope. Plus: drunk Chris Chibnall talk! Also, the appearance of some pod cats! No, we don’t really edit, why do you ask?
Hey there folks! We have some exciting news! A little while back, Danica was invited to take part in an episode of Radio Free Skaro, and this week, the audio is out there in the cloud, ready for your ears.
Sad news to impart this week, with the death of Doctor Who director and television pioneer Paddy Russell, who directed “The Massacre”, “Invasion of the Dinosaurs”, “Pyramids of Mars”, and “Horror of Fang Rock”, along with many other non-Who programmes on UK television. We also have news of Shada on DVD in North America, the continued audio adventures of River Song, doings transpiring at Titan Comics regarding the Doctor Who comics line, and in Second Chances we look at “The Eaters of Light” with Doctor Whooch host and Edmonton comic shop owner Danica LeBlanc!
Speaking as the “Brandon” half of Submet Industries, I can wholeheartedly say this is worth a listen – especially if you want to hear Danica talk about her (and our) Moffat opinions with some folks who don’t hate the man.
In which we offend the southern states and maybe also most of the British.
It’s part one of our HUGE finalé to our companion of Doctor Whooch – featuring Doctor Who podcast luminaries Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky! This one has it all. Or it would if we hadn’t split it in two. So I guess this one has roughly half. BUT WHAT A HALF IT IS. We blame Saskatchewan for things, discover Steven’s superpower, decide that Arthur Darvill is British AF and toss out spoilers for Earthshock. So if you’re listening to this in 1982, uh… whoops.
In which we say good-bye for now, and good riddance reaaaaalllll soon.
On this week’s season finale of Doctor Whooch, Danica and Brandon are talking about the season finale of Series 10 of Doctor Who, “The Doctor Falls”. It’s like Wonderfalls, but way more depressing. Because at least stuff happened in that. Do you remember Wonderfalls? Anyways.
Listen to them talk about how elevators work, or how nothing was really accomplished by anyone. Also there were a lot of guns and two Masters and still, nothing. Oh, and the Doctor was a whiny baby, but like, what’s different about that?
Outro music is “Wedding Bell Blues” by The 5th Dimension.
In which the monster of the week is all the rave. Trust us, it will make sense later.
This week, Danica and Brandon are proud to have Kat from Verity! on the show to discuss what happened on “The Eaters of the Light”. There’s a whole lot involving noodle rave monsters and Romans and the Scottish and sexuality and bullshit with Missy. It’s a bit bonkers, but a lot of fun, honestly.
Outro music is “All The Small Things” by Blink-182
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon bear witness to “The Empress of Mars” and gave Mark Gatiss the benefit of the doubt because they were drunk. Spoiler alert: they shouldn’t have. Hey. Do you think an episode featuring the colonial British might be pretty racist? Well, at least there’s treasures for them to steal. Also, penis metaphors.
On this week’s show, Danica and Brandon are thrown into the deep end of Moffatisms as they try to swim through “The Pyramid At The End Of The World”. It doesn’t go well. They also get into Moffat really only using his own stuff unless an old bit of Who slots in, seemingly so he can take all the credit and be the best boy. Is that too harsh? Whatever. You love it.
Outro music is “Love Is All Around” by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts