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We know not at what depths the currents that compelled us to discuss and "review" classic sci-fi tv and movies in a laid-back, slightly analytical, somewhat-humorous fashion run.



So what do we know?



It was all inevitable.

Inevitable: A Classic Sci-Fi Podcast Decorative Vegetable

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We're not doing this for you.



We're not doing it for us.



We know not at what depths the currents that compelled us to discuss and "review" classic sci-fi tv and movies in a laid-back, slightly analytical, somewhat-humorous fashion run.



So what do we know?



It was all inevitable.

    The Prisoner 18 – In My Mind

    The Prisoner 18 – In My Mind

    I have no mind left after this show.

    So we’ve finally actually finished yet another show. No more Prisoner. I swear. Absolutely none. We will do no more Prisoner ever.  The next season of Inevitable, as usual, will have absolutely nothing to do with this season. You know how it goes right? It’s In My Mind, written by Chris Rodley and released on October 30, 2017.





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    • 1 hr 32 min
    The Prisoner 17 – Fall Out

    The Prisoner 17 – Fall Out

    Help, I’ve fallen out and I can’t get up!

    And so we come to the end of yet another show on Inevitable. We’re really just motoring through them now, and honestly with the quarantine and everything it works out pretty well given the lack of “going out” we’re all doing. And so with that I present to you definitely the last episode of this season absolutely. It’s Fall Out, written by Patrick McGoohan and aired on February 1, 1968.







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    • 1 hr 23 min
    The Prisoner 16 – Once Upon a Time

    The Prisoner 16 – Once Upon a Time

    Once Upon a Time in the Village…

    … there lived a young boy named Patrick. Now Patrick was an adventurous young lad, who got into loads of trouble. It was pretty soon he started to grow up and discover what all teenage boys do: girls. Patrick was special though because he also discovered something else around the same time: misogyny. It’s Once Upon a Time, written by Patrick McGoohan and aired on January 25, 1968.



    Show-note

    21:48: Leo McKern is the best around. Nothing’s gonna ever keep him down.

    40:22: The old cartoon we were talking about here was “Mickey’s Trailer”

    41:42: Check out Trust Your Doctor: A Doctor Who Podcast, our Doctor Who podcast, for all your Doctor Who and Torchwood needs.

    47:36: Wiktionary says sitcom comes from situation comedy, which is basically exactly what we describe it as being here.

    57:44: If you like movies, why not check out our movie trilogy podcast Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast? It desperately needs the listeners, and we’ve covered such masterpieces as Troll 2 and The Neverending Story 3.

    1:00:05: Threw it on the ground.

    Sources and other junk:

    Pop Apostle

    Midnight Only

    The View From the Junkyard

    The Unmutual Prisoner Article Archive

    Anorak Zone

    Balladeer’s Blog



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    The Prisoner 15 – The Girl Who Was Death

    The Prisoner 15 – The Girl Who Was Death

    Lots of titles in The Prisoner seem to refer to death…

    You ever heard that song about how God is a girl? Well maybe this is kind of like that, and The Prisoner is saying that Death is actually a girl too. I’m not sure about the veracity of that statement, of course, so when I’m dying I’ll report back with my findings about who or what even the grim reaper is. I’ll be sure to send them your best regards too. It’s The Girl Who Was Death, written by Terence Feely and aired on January 18, 1968.





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    • 1 hr 24 min
    The Prisoner 14 – Living In Harmony

    The Prisoner 14 – Living In Harmony

    I prefer living in disharmony.

    The old west is actually a pretty weird place to live if you think about it. Moreso than a lot of times in human history, you could just die at any time. Slice your face shaving? Sepsis. Get shot in the foot? Bleed out. Look at the guy in the saloon the wrong way? Death. Go to the brothel? STD. And your reward for putting up with all of this? Do you get to live in a nice hotel resort? No. You get a whole ton of dirt. Dirt and dust. It’s Living in Harmony, written by David Tomblin and aired on December 29, 1967.







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    • 1 hr 34 min
    The Prisoner 13 – Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling

    The Prisoner 13 – Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling

    I wonder what this song this episode is named after really sounds like.

    Today in long as heck names that are a little bit meaningless: a name we didn’t actually come up with. I mean, let’s be fair we’ve definitely come up with some long and inconsequential or confusing names. But for once in our lifetimes, the long and useless name was not invented by Decorative Vegetable, it was invented by McGoohan McGoohan. It’s Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling, written by Vincent Tillsley and aired on December 22, 1967.







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