Episode 4: Four-hour Tofu flame war.
-- SPOILER WARNING --
Spoilers for Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror and indeed any previous Doctor Who episodes!
Spoilers for Episode One of Star Trek: Picard and previous Star Trek too...
In this episode Tim & Chaz discuss Nikola Terror's Night of Tesla, and reflect on how much we can't spoon Standerisms. There's a lot of Big Finish in the middle, gratuitous product placement and some challenging Tofu.
Your Cheatin' Memory -
Each episode we use therandomiser.net to choose a random Doctor Who story and see what we can recall about it. Then we go away and rewatch it to discuss next time.
This episode, we've just rewatched:
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(That's in Judoon, courtesy of judoon.com, where you can translate it back to English if you want to know the episode we discussed.)
Ask Dr Schultz - In-depth analysis and thought provoking scientific context from our scientific advisor.
Tangent of the Week - A discussion of something almost, but not quite, entirely unrelated to the rest of the episode.
This week: Star Trek: Picard.
Which Corridor is this? - Tim is rewatching the series in order, inspired by Rob Shearman and Tobe Hadoke's books "Running Through Corridors"
This time: A beautiful art-deco corridor, full of killer robots!
Challenge! - Last week Tim challenged Chaz to finally watch The Mutants. We'll hear how he got on, and a new challenge will be set.
Doctor by Doctor - we randomly select a Doctor and discuss their era.
We welcome your thoughts and feedback!
00:00 - Intro
01:03 - Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror
13:08 - Ask Dr Schultz
13:45 - Your Cheatin' Memory - revisit of the previous episode's randomly chosen story
18:37 - Your Cheatin' Memory - reveal of this episode's story
21:48 - Challenge Chaz - what did he make of The Mutants?
22:52 - Which Corridor is this? - The Robots of Death
34:56 - Doctor by Doctor
46:44 - Tangent of the Week - Star Trek: Picard
54:11 - Outro
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