On this episode the crew covers The Leisure Hive with an shot that was way too long, K-9 follows a deadly order, a new creature hidden in plain sight, a talk on the new intro, Romana advances science, a character Samuel hates, and a clever use of temporal energy.
On this episode the crew covers The Horns of Nimon with living cargo, the TARDIS gets a few repairs, an uncanny phrase, Romanas new toy of her own, continuity touches, Romana takes charge, some mildly stupid kids, K-9 gives a surprise, trips back and forth on planets, a crazy maze, and Greek references all around.
On this episode of GTW the crew covers Nightmare of Eden with a very strange crash, insurance claims, an interesting projector, a monster out of nowhere, running down stairs multiple times, bad police work, why Samuel adores this story, and the twist of who the bad guy was. Continue reading Going Through Who 7.5: Nightmare of Eden
On this episode of GTW the crew covers The Creature from the Pit with K-9 doing a reading, very stupid bandits, a creature that looks familiar, a mad woman with a monopoly, killer weeds, and destiny in the stars. Continue reading Going Through Who 7.4: The Creature From the Pit
On this episode the crew covers City of Death with a fungus alien, a conspiracy by Sue, the Doctor pulls a fast one, Samuel’s love of Julian Glover, witty comments from everyone, a favorite shows back up on the show, Romana makes a mistake, some art critics have words for the Tardis, and a landmark is now a fake!
On this episode the crew covers Destiny of the Daleks with a interesting regeneration fact, Samuel makes a bold statement, detailed model work, Romana pulls a bit of heart work, Davros lives, a lock of logic is a great story point, Dalek explosions are glorious, and Davros is frozen..for now.
On this episode it’s time for the Key to Time to wrap up with a look at The Armageddon Factor, a new Tardis term is learned, questions on a maneuver, K-9 has a sad moment, Sue has a misconception about the timelords timeline which is made up for by the fact she was right all along about something else, and more!
On this episode the crew covers The Power of Kroll with an interesting landing space, a loss of important technology, an uncomfortable name, Kroll being a good effect, a laugh about the set design, an obvious key to time segment, a tense moment with a tentacle, and bad directions.
On this episode the crew covers The Androids of Tara with a chess match, the Doctor acting a jerk, an overzealous swordsman, a gap in logic with the classes, Romana having a twin, The Key To Time shows how durable it is, a horse is amazing, convincing split screen effects, and Samuel thinks of a dark ending. Continue reading Going Through Who 6.12: The Androids of Tara
In this episode the crew covers The Stones of Blood with a cult, Sue is unsure about the White Guardian, Samuel loves Professor Rumford, K-9 has some lovely moments, a lot of on the spot research, and discussion on a popular fan theory.