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We watch "Orphan 55" (Series 12, Episode 3) where the Whoby Crew transports to Tranquility Spa on the titularly named planet for an all-inclusive vacation. Whilst said cruise for booze is occurring (not in the sea voyage way unfortunately), Yaz rock-blocks long-in-the-tooth-Benni (Benni!!!) from proposing to put-a-ring-on-her-Vilma (where’s my Benn…
 
We watch "Spyfall, Part 2" (Series 12, Episode2) where the Doctor traipses around time with historically important women as the Whoby Crew dances on their smart phones. Whilst said "traipsing" is occurring, Graham, Ryan, and Yaz successfully land a plane, elude scores of kidnappers, and do their part in foiling the alien takeover of Earth. Concurre…
 
We watch "Spyfall, Part 1" (Series 12, Episode 1) where the Doctor and the Whoby Crew get taken to MI6 in order to solve a groovy mystery. Whilst said investigating is going on, Yaz and Ryan check out obvious bad guy billionaire Daniel Barton, the Doctor and Graham meet with McGuffin expert O, and glowing aliens are plotting to take over the univer…
 
We watch the final two episodes of the classic series story "Remembrance of the Daleks" featuring the seventh Doctor and Ace. Whilst viewing Ace's unlikely survival from the previous episode's cliffhanger, we struggle to accept that two warring factions of Daleks are trying to... I dunno... fight each other to achieve the same result? And then when…
 
We watch the first two episodes of the classic 7th Doctor serial "Remembrance of the Daleks" where the Doctor and his companion Ace visit Cole Hill School London circa November 1963... again? Whilst pointedly not seeing himself nor his granddaughter Susan (it’s timey wimey kids), this Doctor Battles never before seen (at this point) flying Daleks, …
 
Once again, you’re tuning in to hear the Podcast co-hosts discuss a season of “Doctor Who”; this time a (re) watch of series 11, Jodie Whitaker’s first season as the titular character. As per usual, John gives an overly positive view of the season’s episodes, Steve gives his more objective opinion whilst Friend-Of-The-Show-Tim sends in a game for y…
 
We watch "Resolution" (Series 11, Episode 11) where the Doctor and her traveling companions skip over the usual Winter Solstice celebration and jump directly to the Druidic Bacchanalia! Whilst said New Year's recovery is occurring the gang gets a distress call from Earth warning them that some archaeologists in Sheffield (of all places) are working…
 
We watch "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos" (Series 11, Episode 10) where the Fam answer a distress call on said planet but (probably due to budget constraints) miss out on said action. Whilst puttering about waiting for something to happen, Ryan goes on a rescue mission, Graham goes on a revenge mission, Yaz goes on mission of discovery, and the Do…
 
We watch "It Takes You Away" (Series 11, Episode 10) where the Doctor and entourage materialize at a remote scary cabin in present day Norway. Whilst at said cabin they discover Hanne, a young blind girl who’s father has disappeared... presumably taken by horrific creatures she hears outside. A mystery? Oh, it’s on! Ryan discovers the scary monster…
 
We watch "The Witchfinders" (Series 11, Episode 8) where the Doctor and the Whoby Crew land in 17th century England and find some fun loving Wiccans! Whilst it didn't go down in that exact way, they did encounter some smart unmarried women... who were unfortunately thought to be be consorting with the devil since they were... smart unmarried women?…
 
We watch "Kerblam!" (Series 11, Episode 7) where the Doctor and her companions find jobs to help pay for the Doctor’s fez addiction. Whilst manual laboring at the Kerblam! distribution center, the Doctor investigates some spooky goings on, Ryan has order fulfillment PTSD, Yaz bonds with her mentor Dan (umm... not so fast there Yaz), and Graham play…
 
We watch "Demons of the Punjab" (Series 11, Episode 6) where the Doctor takes the Fam to witness the (first?!?) wedding of Yaz's Grandmother. Whilst in India circa 1947, Yaz learns that her Grandma Umbreen unsuccessfully married for love, Graham and Ryan learn racism isn’t just about the color of your skin, and the Doctor realizes (again?) that hum…
 
We Watch "The Tsuranga Conundrum" (Series 11, Episode 5) where the Who Crew wakes up on the titular medical ship after a metal detecting mission goes horribly wrong. Whilst recuperating on the Tsuranga, the Doctor battles latest-enemy-of-the-week-Pting (definitely not Stitch... OK Disney lawyers?) to keep them from eating the ship, Graham and Ryan …
 
We watch "Arachnids in the UK" (Series 11, Episode 4) where the Doctor finally gets her unwitting crew back to Sheffield safe and soundish. Whilst there, Yaz has the Doctor around for a poorly home-cooked meal, Ryan deflects advances from both Yaz's sister and multiple eight-legged freaks, plus Graham has a lovely chat with his dead wife... until a…
 
We watch "Rosa" (Series 11, Episode 3) where the Doctor and the Who Crew travel to 1950s Alabama, USA. Whilst there, our non-white appearing time travelers encounter good old southern "hospitality" from the "period-accurate-properly-white" natives, then our white appearing time travelers enjoy genuine good old southern hospitality, and finally our …
 
We watch "The Ghost Monument" (Series 11, Episode 2) where the Doctor and her new friends put out their thumbs hoping for a lift whilst in the vacuum of space. Their hitchhiking attempt successful, they get caught up in the latest series of The Amazing Race: Galactic Edition and are tasked to finding the titular Ghost Monument. Will their next clue…
 
We watch "The Woman Who Fell To Earth" (Series 11, Episode 1) where the newly regenerated Doctor attempts to do what David Bowie's alien perfected 42 years prior to her, then current, introduction. (Seriously... 42 years? The answer to the ultimate question? Douglas Adams's estate is totally rolling around the graveyard.) Whilst said introduction w…
 
We again dive into the vaults to watch a story from Doctor Who TOS (Those Old Serials): 1982’s "Earthshock." For this 6th relapse episode, we watched a 5th Doctor serial, making this our 4th official classic era Doctor PCE (Pre Christopher Eccleston). Whilst we marvel at the story's comparatively slow pacing, Peter Davidson's Doctor with his three …
 
Steve? John? Friend-of-the-show Tim? Discussing our just completed (re-and/or-first) watch of the 10th Series of 'Doctor Who'? Girl, you know it’s true! Steve attempts to get a Big Finish out of John but will settle for a Little Fake. Friend-of-the-show Tim asks us to recast Who companions and villains with comic/movie characters. All whilst John l…
 
We watch "Twice Upon a Time" (Series 10, Episode 13) where the Doctor has doubts about continuing with his existence after battling the Cybermen... but reconsiders after encountering himself post battling the Cybermen. Whilst said Cyber-jerking is occurring, "Bill" returns to show the Doctors what wonderful lives they had, “Nardole” shows up becaus…
 
We watch "The Doctor Falls" (Series 10, Episode 12) where the Doctor discovers that Bill has undergone an extreme makeover. Whilst said unveiling was occurring, Nardole gets all Little House on the Prairie, Missy (re?) grows some balls and takes out the Master... who then returns the favor (try to unwrap that time conundrum in your brain hole), the…
 
We watch "World Enough and Time" (Season 10, Episode 11) where Doctor Who, Thing One, and the other one maintain at least three feet of distance so that they don’t accidentally remove an innocent's major arteries. Whilst said life protectoring is occurring, Doctor Who (aka Missy) gets in touch with her masculine side, Thing One (aka Nardole) mostly…
 
On this episode of the Drunken Red Dwarf Cast, we watch "Camille" (Series 4, Episode 1) where the crew rescue said titular female android who is the sole survivor of a crashed passenger ship. Or is she? Well... she is the only survivor. But is she what she appears to be? Hmm? Whilst the crew wrestles with that conundrum, Kryten falls for Camille, R…
 
We watch "Eaters of Light" (Series 10, Episode 10) where the Doctor takes the Who-by Crew to second century Scotland just to prove Bill's theory wrong about an historical event. Whilst the Doctor was eating crow after he was proved wrong, Nardole discovered he would rather converse with than eat said crows. Lastly, Bill ended up eating her own prov…
 
We watch "Empress of Mars" (Season 10, Episode 9) where much of the Who Crew travels to Mars during the Victorian Era to witness firsthand what happens to subjugated natives encountering a "superior race." Sigh. Whilst said cultural exchange was occurring, the Doctor wrongly entrusts his human friends with keeping the peace, Bill spends some qualit…
 
We watch "The Lie of the Land" (Season 10, Episode 8) where the Doctor taunts Bill into murdering himself knowing she’ll watch him regenerate. Wait... did he instruct regeneration in one of his prior well loved college lectures? Move along... nothing to see here people. Whilst we ignore the improbability of said lecture occurring, the Doctor does a…
 
We watch "The Pyramid at the End of the World" (Series 10, Episode 7) where the Monks show up on our doorstep with that titular pyramid. And you thought the Jehovah’s Witnesses were annoying? (Ba dum bum) Whilst said parenthesized rimshot was occurring, Nardole settles in as the Doctor's seeing eye companion, the Doctor visits the World's Deadliest…
 
We watch "Extremis" (Series 10, Episode 6) where the Who Crew tries to find out why everyone resorts to voluntarily 'checking out' of existence after reading an ancient Vatican text. Whilst said investigating is occurring, Bill gets Doc-blocked by the Pope, Nardole acts all butch by threatening to kick everyone’s ass (as if...), and the Doctor disc…
 
We watch "Oxygen" (Series 10, Episode 5) where the Doctor, Bill and Nardole take a field trip to a space station and find out that the answer to ‘Who’s there?’ is, zombies! Whilst waiting for the inevitable punchline, Nardole regrets playing hooky from vault guard duty, Bill nearly becomes one of the walking dead (can’t sue unless The Walking Dead …
 
We watch "Knock Knock" (Series 10, Episode 4) where Bill asks the Doctor the absolute worst thing one friend can ask of another: Can you help me move? Oh the horror... Whilst said free labour was being acquired, the Doctor was messing about in the dated kitchen, Bill was being called out for her questionable taste in music by her new roommates (who…
 
We watch "Thin Ice" (Series 10, Episode 3) where the Tardis takes the Doctor and Bill to early 19th century London in order to experience racism first hand in the era of not-yet-banned slavery. Good times... good times... Whilst Bill was rightfully questioning if her appearance would draw attention, the Doctor was wrongfully assuming this episode’s…
 
We watch "Smile" (Series 10, Episode 2) where the Doctor takes new companion Bill on her first fully fledged companion-y adventure! Does he take her to the distant past? Does he take her to the distant future? Let’s spin the wheel to find out! No whammies! No whammies! Doot... dooot... doooot... distant future it is! So whilst at an apparently unco…
 
We watch "The Pilot" (Series 10, Episode 1) where the Doctor coasts along as a chilly college professor until new companion Bill Potts tries to soft reboot him into giving a damn again. Whilst said thaw is occurring, a shoddily reconstructed Nardole is falling to pieces, Bill meets the woman of her dreams who just wants to make Bill wet (unfortunat…
 
Join us for a very special Fifth Relapse where we watch an original flavor episode of Doctor Who that does not star Tom Baker! Instead, we watch the first full story of COLIN Baker’s reign as our beloved Timelord: "The Twin Dilemma"! Wait... what? This one? Oh crap... Hopefully you’ll still listen whilst we discuss the sixth Doctor’s apparent prope…
 
The illustrious hosts of this long running podcast discuss what makes series nine of the rebooted long running series "Doctor Who" happily succeed yet still sadly "suck seed" in the very same season. Whilst said discussions of said contradictions are contradictorily being discussed, John sadly recycles talking points of prior discussions, Steve gam…
 
We watch "The Return of Doctor Mysterio" (Series 9, Episode 14) where the Doctor travels to post 1920s New York City circa 1994 in order to fix the time conundrum created when he doomed Amy and Rory to die in the past of their future selves due to their deaths being a fixed point-in-time... oi vey! Whilst hopeful doom-fixing was occurring, Nardole …
 
We watch "The Husbands of River Song" (Series 9, Episode 13) where (spoilers!) this Doctor meets up with his clueless wife River Song whilst she adds to her polyamorous menagerie of spouses. Whilst said polyamory is occurring, the Doctor says "Hello Sweetie" to River who finally recognizes him whilst she plots the death of her latest husband, King …
 
We watch "Hell Bent" (Series 9, Episode 12) where the Doctor, now freed from his confession dial after billions of years, chooses to forgive his fellow Time Lords for their part in Clara’s death... psych! Instead he choo-choo-chooses to go all out War Doctor Redux against Gallifrey! Whilst the Doctor’s Revengering is occurring, he gives the General…
 
We watch "Heaven Sent" (Series 9, Episode 11) where the Doctor gets beamed to Azkaban after witnessing the absolutely final no-take-backs death of beloved (by dozens) companion Clara. Whilst at said remote locale, the Doctor repeatedly evades the world’s slowest Dementor, the Doctor also takes up extreme gardening and finally the Doctor belatedly r…
 
We watch "Face The Raven" (Series 9, Episode 10) where the Doctor and Clara meet back up with London street artist Rigsy to see his new neck tattoo. Whilst said 'appreciation' of bad decision making is occurring, the woman now known as Me (previously known as Ashildr) has set a trap for the Doctor, said trap causes the completely avoidable death of…
 
We watch "Sleep No More" (Series 9, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Clara encounter evil 38th century eye-boogers. Whilst said eye-booger encountering was occurring, it turns out the entire episode was likely fraudulent found footage. Or it wasn’t. Darn you writer Mark Gattis... you’re supposed to be Sherlock Holmes’ smarter brother... why did you …
 
We watch "The Zygon Inversion" (Series 9, Episode 8) where the Doctor and erstwhile companion Osgood make an early departure from their flight due to rabid Zygon anti-human-maskers. Whilst said 'peaceful' protestation is occurring, Clara attempts to isolate herself from... herself (?), Osgood brings Bonnie into her 'friend bubble', and the Doctor p…
 
We watch "The Zygon Invasion" (Series 9, Episode 7) where the Doctor goes to Press Your Luck, Pennsylvania in order to save the not quite dead as we were lead to believe Osgood from rogue Zygons. Whilst the Doctor is in Joker’s Wild, Wisconsin, Clara gets captured by Zygons who think wearing human masks is stealing their rights, Zygon Bonnie takes …
 
We watch "The Woman Who Lived" (Series 9, Episode 6) where the Doctor and Clara re-encounter Ashildr from the prior episode some 800 years later (who would have thought that could coincidentally have happened...) whilst now known as Me. So Now-Known-As-Me has lived a bitter long time. N.K.A.Me holds the Doctor responsible for all the crappy bits of…
 
We watch “The Girl Who Died” (Series 9, Episode 5) where the Whonamic Duo of the Doctor and Clara encounter a Viking ancestor of Steve's named Ashildr. Whilst said family reunion is occurring, Norse god Odin shows up proving Disney is no marvel of history, Ashildr dies after ensuring her peoples will live on, and the Doctor rewards Ashildr’s sacrif…
 
We watch “Before The Flood” (Series 9, Episode 4) where Clara fends off the advances of future/past Ghost Doctor and past Doctor fights off the advances of the Mork-free Fisher King from 1980. Whilst said Nanu Nanu-ing is occurring [ask your Coke (wink) addled parents younglings], the Doctor proves to be the Ace of Bass-ing, Clara is forced to read…
 
We watch "Under The Lake" (Series 9, Episode 3) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Scotland in the near future and encounter an underwater base in the one lake without an inland sea monster. However this one has inland sea ghosts! Whilst said busting of ghosts is occurring, Star Trek Easter Eggs are hatching, the Doctor travels to the past to see…
 
We watch "The Witch’s Familiar" (Series 9, Episode 2) where, to no one’s surprise, Clara and Missy are still alive and mucking about in the sewers of Skaro with some past-their-prime Daleks all whilst the Doctor is seemingly tricked into giving creator-of-the-Daleks Davros some of his regenergy. Whew. Said that in one breath and am a little light h…
 
We watch "The Magician’s Apprentice" (Series 9, Episode 1) where Clara and the not-quite-dead-as-we-thought Missy face off in contemporary Spain whilst the Doctor parties like it’s 1999 in 12th century England. When the three reunite, they are promptly captured by Colony Sarff, a slither of snakes disguised as a humanoid and employed by Davros. So …
 
We discuss a Doctor Who story requested by somebody in the past (I think): the "Doctor Who" TV Movie/Failed Pilot from 1996 starring canonical eighth Doctor, Paul McGann. Whilst we journey out of our normal timeline for the 4th time, we are joined once again by friend-of-the-show (and canonical spouse of co-host Steve) Heidi. Will there be incredul…
 
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