Our tin dog sounds a little off as we land on the jungle planet of Chloris in this Fourth and Romana story, but that’s not the only thing that feels odd.
Our good friend Drew from “Who and Company” joins us to finish assembly of the Key to Time, and wrap up the sixteenth season of Doctor Who.
Skewering the fifth segment of the Key to Time on a lance like seafood on a kebab, the Doctor and Romana find some very familiar struggles for power on a swamp moon.
Pointing a few hands’ worth of fingers at various impostors (both organic and cybernetic), the Doctor and Romana get waylaid by a problematic regency dispute while making off with the fourth piece of the Key to Time.
The Fourth Doctor and Romana get far more than they bargained for in the pursuit of the third segment of the Key to Time: namely, a court-ordered execution.
Riding air cars across a hollowed-out planet with a monumental secret, we find that despite being named by Douglas Adams, the place isn’t called Magrathea. (Shame.)
With rocks in our pockets, and a fool-proof plan to slip out undetected, we set down to enjoy the arrival of Romanadvoratrelundar in the Season 16 opening story.
Ask any classic Whovian what stories they simply must watch, and “City of Death” will likely be one of the first answers given — often without a moment’s hesitation. This iconic Tom Baker story penned by the great Douglas Adams of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy fame is a crowning achievement of not only the classic era, but of the program’s entire legacy in general. Combining whipcrack dialogue, a clever amalgam of science fiction, heist capers and comedy, and even a […]