It’s time for another Comfort Who pick — this time from Erika! Join Deb, Erika, and Liz as we talk about a comfort story in a comfort Doctor Who season in a real-world season that demands as much comfort as possible.
Do you take comfort in this story? Why or why not? Drop us a tweet or let us know in the comments!
This 7&7 entry comes from the year 1977. That’s two whole 7s! Join Deb, Erika and Katrina as we talk about how much we love Ma Tyler, the echoes we see in RTD’s era of Doctor Who, the relationship between the Doctor and Leela, the many tropes (the good and the bad), and much more!
What do you think about “Image of the Fendahl”? Is it a classic? Middling? Are the baby fendahleen adorable? Let us know in the comments!
I know Deb says this is episode 154 on the podcast, but it turns out it’s actually ep 153! (Totally my fault for providing bad information.) Anyway, join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we discuss a Doctor Who story Liz loves, “The Androids of Tara”. Deb had never seen it before. Did she like it? Listen and see!
What do you think of this installment of The Key to Time? Let us know in the comments!
Another excellent first for you this week! Join Deb, Erika, Lynne, and Tansy as we discuss the 4th Doctor’s first episode. It’s also a first in a few other ways–including in our hearts for some.
How do you feel about “Robot”? Do you love the big lug, the wackypants new Doctor who defeats him, and Sarah Jane’s go-get-’em attitude? Or do you think it’s so blatant a King Kong ripoff it distracts you from the story. Let us know in the comments!
Holy cats is this a big week in Verity! We cover the fourth Doctor, we chat about the little things that make us happy in the world of Doctor Who, and one more thing…what was it?…oh yeah, A NEW DOCTOR OMGWTFETC!!!!!!!! (Pardon the textual hysterics, but we’re a little bit excited.)
Join Deb, Erika, Liz, and Lynne as we talk (or in some cases gush) about all of these things, including an in-depth review of Erika’s favorite Doctor Who story of all time, “The Ribos Operation”. It’s a slightly extra-long episode, but in this case, we feel it’s warranted.