As Frontios Part 3 gets started - it's TRACTATORS! Though not mentioned, it seems like that name came as a result of Tractors and Potatoes. Not so much to Turlough who is staring into space and drooling like a mad dog. Jeff, Felicity and Josh make the best of this by showing faith in Deaths Unaccountable - and wonder why this was so important that Tegan had to mention that to every character she came into contact with...
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As Part 2 begins, Felicity wants to know what happened with the TARDIS, Josh wants to understand about Tegan's leather skirt, and Jeff just wants to be Felicity. While we all decided to Cosplay as drunken Convention goers at Gally, should we consider Brazen as an option?
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Jeff and Felicity joins Josh again with a perhaps underrated Peter Davison story: Frontios. It is likely that there will be a fair amount of discussion about battery acid, Turlough saliva and wood lice. But then again, that's the High Council for you.
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Well, this is the end of The Twin Dilemma, whether you like it or not. Steve is egging on Sean, and Sean feels egged on. It is only fitting that things have deteriorated as they have in the podcast, while we watch the ending of Colin Baker's debut story. So while we provide gardening tips, what is the best coffee, and whether it was intentional that Edgeworth has the hair of the 1st Doctor. Sean is lying down. That is likely best. Just remember, next week, better story.
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