It’s here! The episode you’ve all been clamoring for. (Or many of you have, anyway.) Join Deb, Erika, Lynne, and Tansy as we tackle the big issues (and a precious few that aren’t so big) in yet another divisive episode of series 8. What did we think about killing the moon? Would we have turned off our lights? Did we think it was intentionally evocative of the real-world reproductive rights debate? Do we think the Doctor was justified in his actions? It’ll come as no surprise that we don’t all agree. What we do however, is wade through technical issues to succeed in having a really good conversation about all these things and more.
What about you? Would you have left your lights on? Let us know in the comments!
- Lynne is still obsessed with Doctor Who Legacy!
- Tansy is touched by the outpouring of social-media love for the late Maggie Stables, who played Evelyn Smythe.
- is thrilled with the new 12th Doctor comic book!
- will be doing a Doctor Who panel this Friday at 4:15pm in room 1A24 at New York Comic Con!
Paul Cornell’s Shadow Police books: London Falling, The Severed Streets
Kill the Moon reviews: Tor.com, i09
Love and War (New Adventures novel)
Two-minute Time Lord
The Doctor Who Book Club Podcast
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