No one stopped us the last time, so we’re at it again; mixing drinks to pay tribute to our favorite adversaries of the Doctor.
If you were to attribute a drink to each iteration of The Doctor, what might it be? We each come up with a list of beverages that we feel matches every regeneration’s persona.
Having only ten ‘incorrect’ questions to spare, our game panel has to interview a mystery Doctor Who character to figure out their identity.
From the superfans, to the casual viewer, to the brand-new to the program, there are challenges in keeping interest in the Doctor Who franchise strong during an indeterminate filming hiatus, and an ever-changing set of access points to aired content.
The Doctor may have known Shakespeare, but our attempts to play a trivia game with Whovian Limericks would have the Bard seeking an unhealthy dose of retcon.
We take a couple of turns around the studio table wondering what a complete Doctor Who story production would turn out like if the limitations and complications of stay-at-home did their worst. From DIY sets and sound effects, to last-minute recasting and other mishaps, it’s just the level of wonkiness that gets the ‘GPR slightly distorted stamp of approval’.
Given a randomly drawn set of heroes, adversaries, and locations, we play a few rounds of creating off-the-cuff episode synopses that — while possibly ridiculous — have some definite ‘watchability’.
It’s game night in the GPR studio, and we’re taking trios of Doctor Who characters to decide who stays, who goes, and who gets burned from the record.
In a new adaptation of our bluffing-based “Two Whos and a Lie” game, we try and stump one another by hiding a complete falsehood among a trio of Doctor Who rumors past and present. It proves a lot more challenging that we expected to suss out the culprit.
With glasses in hand, and a rule set developed by you wonderful listeners, we celebrate our 350th episode with a live commentary of “The Woman Who Fell to Earth”…and obligatory shenanigans.