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FIrst-Person Whip

FIrst-Person Whip

RECYCLING OF THE DALEKS: This year’s Doctor Who New Year’s special, “Revolution of the Daleks”, continues the cliffhanger ending of series 12 and says goodbye to some companions while welcoming back Captain Jack Harkness to the show. Andrew and D. Bethel discuss the special while also discuss some of the important changes made to the series lore at the end of series 12.

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RELEVANT EPISODES:

  • The Worst Canoe” (27 November 2020): Where Andrew and D. discuss the news that Captain Jack Harkness was returning to Doctor Who for “Revolution of the Daleks” New Year’s special.
  • Rhythms of the Algo” (17 January 2020): Where D. Bethel and Andrew discuss the opening episodes of series 12 of Doctor Who.
  • Shortcast 77 – Smash Talk” (14 December 2018): Where Andrew and D. Bethel talk about Doctor Who series 11.
  • Episode 68 – The Foobelize” (16 October 2015): Where D. Bethel and Andrew discuss multimodal continuities, this time spurred on by The Transformers.

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Is This Art?

Is This Art?

A SCOTTISH SUNSET: Albeit a shorter episode than normal, the entirety of it is dedicated to the discussion of the career of Sean Connery, who passed away at the end of October at the age of 90.

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  • Here’s the full theme song from Rescue Rangers. What.

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Episode 144 – Commodore Chew-Town

Episode 144 – Commodore Chew-Town

WEEK IN GEEK: Andrew dives into Paizo’s newest RPG, Starfinder (starts at 2:34), while D. Bethel checks out the premier episode of Disney XD’s reboot of DuckTales (19:46).

REAL MONSTERS: (30:45) Dan and Andrew just hang back and have a conversation rather than a guided discourse about Nazis in popular culture. They go all over the place, but hover around the topic of how (and why) they’re used in fiction.

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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.

FEATURED MUSIC:

-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio
-“Bad Man” by The Coral
-“Fanfare” by Nobuo Uematsu (from Final Fantasy VI)