A drunken Doctor Who Podcast for the end times. Featuring JB Anderton (WHO 37), Chris Buchanan (Dirty WHOers) and Sean Homrig (The TARDIS Tavern).
A Coarse Elegiac Screed
This month is all rumors and heresy (or should that be hearsay?) as the fearless three discuss the handful of “leaks” regarding the Centenary Special, the 60th Anniversary Special, Disney+ possibly buying the streaming rights for Series 14 and beyond, and Big Finish’s release schedule for the upcoming year. We also dive into from back in the days of the New Adventure novels, and we receive the most epic podcast review ever written.
Bedlam Beneath The Big Top
Try as we might, our hearts were not into recording a podcast as much as usual, but just like the Psychic Circus, the show must go on! And just like how Hartnell and company filmed The Daleks Episode 2 mere moments after JFK’s assassination, we recorded this on a dark day in American history. To cheer ourselves up, we do a classic commentary on one of our favorite stories, “The Greatest Show in the Galaxy”. This is probably the drunkest and the darkest episode of the podcast thus far. Take care, everyone.
Yeah, we’re a few weeks late, but we don’t have Patreon supporters, so we didn’t feel the need to drop everything to record a podcast when all the shit went down. So this is the inevitable reaction and discussion of the casting of Ncuti Gatwa as the next Doctor, David Tennant and Catherine Tate returning for the 60th Anniversary Special, and the new “Rose”. We also respond to listener feedback (a rarity!) and share some stories about meeting Doctor Who celebrities on the con circuit. This episode of the podcast is brought to you by the word “moist” and by the font “comics sans”.
Two Southern gents and a Yankee get drunk and talk about the latest episode, “Legends of the Sea Devils”, and one of us actually like it (for the most part). We also speculate over the “next time” trailer for the last Chibnall/Whittaker story and RTD2’s plan to model the series after the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of course, the conversation deviates now and again into subjects not suitable for the “Cancel Culture Club”.
90s So Hard (Bonus Track)
JB, Sean & Chris wax poetic about the early days of the Internet and physical media.
In the midst of moving cross country and starting new jobs, our fearless podcasters find the time to make their monthly boys-night-out over Skype and record a Classic Who commentary. Even though we recorded this on Patrick Troughton’s birthday, Chris wanted to watch a Jon Pertwee story, so we end up doing a drunken commentary on one of our favorites, “Carnival of Monsters”. We also pay tribute to the nicest human alive today.
This is a delightful podcast for any whovian or anybody just looking to explore the Doctor Who universe more! It reminded me of how much I love Doctor Who and how much I really need to catch up on the new series and watch the old series. Keep it up!
-Cate B. (Babes Watch Buffy)