You may have been expecting a Gallifrey One wrap-up episode, and you’ll get one, but not this week! The tail end of Gally was intense and emotional and busy and some of us needed a little space to process. Instead, you get something delightful and fun to tide you over. Hope you enjoy!
Remember when we played “Unfortunate Episode Titles” and Liz mocked poor Deb mercilessly? We sure do! That’s why this week Liz takes over the podcast and runs Deb, Erika, and Tansy through her very own gauntlet of episode titles!
One last game for 2017! Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Tansy as we once again compete to see who is the most trivial Verity of them all. Yep–it’s back to Doctor Who Trivial Pursuit! And this time Deb has an idea to make it a little less random and a little more fun!
What do you think of the new format? Let us know in the comments!
It’s game-time once again, but this time Erika is in charge! Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Tansy as we discover what the googling public wants to know about Doctor Who. Who followed in Lynne’s winning footsteps? Who was totally in whose head? Who tipped over a chair? Listen and see!
It’s game time again! Well, less a game and more just “having opinions in a structured manner”. Join Deb, Erika, and Liz as we have opinions all over the place! And big thanks to Kim and Sage from Head over Feels who inspired this delightful pastime!
Want to weigh in on the choices–or suggest future quandaries? Do so in the comments!
It’s another game this week! A new one! This time we delve into the (entirely fictional) bowels of BBC history and learn the almost-could-have-been titles for some well-known Doctor Who stories. Hope you find this as delightful as we did! Special thanks to friend of the show Erik Stadnik for the assist in creating this game. Check out his sweet Patreon page!
Got some ideas to contribute? Let us know in the comments!
It’s game time again! Join Deb as she leads Erika, Liz, and Lynne through yet another delightful Doctor Who-based game. This one involves re-casting beloved episodes and was co-developed by friend-of-the-show, Erik Stadnik. If you appreciate it (or excellent writing or just fellow fans), please consider checking out Erik’s “Weekly Prague Blog” Patreon.
Did you like this one? Do you feel we choose poorly? Let us know in the comments!