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Best Decorative Vegetable podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Decorative Vegetable podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In this stunning podcast, two average guys try to get through as much Doctor Who as possible without going insane. Currently they’re mainlining their way through Classic Doctor Who. 800 episodes or bust, they say. And on the side, well. Books, Audio Dramas, Comics?!? Anything is possible! So in summary: They’re trying to see how much Doctor Who they can take before dying.
 
In this (currently a bit sporadic) podcast, Kiyan and Dylan bring their “expertise” in film and television into the world of movie trilogies. Each episode centers around a trilogy that the duo watched in one sitting, and features behind the scenes information, a brief summary of key plot points, and a discussion on how the movies worked as a trilogy.
 
Blake’s 7. The quintessential British Science Fiction Show, depending who you ask. And now, two regular guys who’ve driven themselves a bit mad watching Doctor Who are here to dedicate themselves to podcasting their way through it. Filled with “laughter”, the barest of surface level analyses, and a total inability to take anything seriously, Zenith is the premiere Blake’s 7 podcast.
 
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We all saw this coming to be honest. I’m pretty sure the next season of Clone Wars comes out after this episode of Trust Your Doctor. Or at least the first episode. Maybe we should make a Clone Wars podcast just so that one day we can have the inevitable (ha) title of “Doctor Who in my Star Wars?” For the poetry, of course. It’s The Battle of Ransk…
 
We all saw this coming to be honest. I’m pretty sure the next season of Clone Wars comes out after this episode of Trust Your Doctor. Or at least the first episode. Maybe we should make a Clone Wars podcast just so that one day we can have the inevitable (ha) title of “Doctor Who in my Star Wars?” For the poetry, of course. It’s The Battle of Ransk…
 
This is the most depressing thing I’ve ever heard. I’ve always wanted to go to Norway. Never really had the opportunity to do so though. Which is a bummer because it always looked nice. I wonder why this episode is set in Norway and not Sweden. A good question for another time. It’s It Takes You Away, written by Ed Hime and aired on December 1, 201…
 
This is the most depressing thing I’ve ever heard. I’ve always wanted to go to Norway. Never really had the opportunity to do so though. Which is a bummer because it always looked nice. I wonder why this episode is set in Norway and not Sweden. A good question for another time. It’s It Takes You Away, written by Ed Hime and aired on December 1, 201…
 
The biggest trilogy ever attempted for this podcast… for a long time. This was a serious slog. Now the real question is am I talking about the editing or the watching of these movies? I could be talking about both, it’s really late at night and I’ve been up for nearly 15 hours at this point. Which isn’t really that much of a bad thing, but I’ve bee…
 
Ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit. Something something the Crucible is actually about the Red Scare. Well not actually. It was really about the witch hunts, but it’s supposed to be heavily about the Red Scare. Drawing parallels between the two really. But as Kiyan says “intentionality doesn’t matter” so in many ways you could see it as what…
 
Ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit ribbit. Something something the Crucible is actually about the Red Scare. Well not actually. It was really about the witch hunts, but it’s supposed to be heavily about the Red Scare. Drawing parallels between the two really. But as Kiyan says “intentionality doesn’t matter” so in many ways you could see it as what…
 
How many times can I reference Doctor Who this week? This is the second season finale for Inevitable, and this time we’ve actually gone all out and gotten a guest. That’s quite a step up from Star Cops which just kind of… ended. And then it wasn’t really an end because we were back the next week. Well this time that won’t be true. Triple Play will …
 
The greatest “thing” that’s ever been in Doctor Who. I sit here editing this episode on my Amazon laptop, with my Amazon Ergonomic Chair listening on my Amazon Buds. My Amazon branded air freshener releases a new scent to improve my workflow. I take a sip of Amazon approved water, delivered in an Amazon plastic bottle. I smile, for Amazon will look…
 
The greatest “thing” that’s ever been in Doctor Who. I sit here editing this episode on my Amazon laptop, with my Amazon Ergonomic Chair listening on my Amazon Buds. My Amazon branded air freshener releases a new scent to improve my workflow. I take a sip of Amazon approved water, delivered in an Amazon plastic bottle. I smile, for Amazon will look…
 
Personally I find circles to be a much more pleasing shape than squares. Oh god I can’t believe how late I was in uploading this episode. Or was I? In reality this podcast exists within a temporal loop, and is continuously being repeated for all eternity. Which means you’ve already heard this episode, and will hear it again soon. It’s Squaring the …
 
I feel really bad about not knowing anything about partition, but watching this episode for the second time has actually prompted me to look into it more. It seems to have served the Doctor Who purpose of introducing an audience to an entirely new topic that they had no idea about. Does that make it the most successful Doctor Who episode of all tim…
 
I feel really bad about not knowing anything about partition, but watching this episode for the second time has actually prompted me to look into it more. It seems to have served the Doctor Who purpose of introducing an audience to an entirely new topic that they had no idea about. Does that make it the most successful Doctor Who episode of all tim…
 
Honestly when was the last time you even heard the word charmed? Honestly this episode seems to have already flown my memory. It’s been like a week and a half or so since I watched it and my brain has just completely and utterly discarded it. Like, it’s just frankly gone. Or at least it was until I remembered that this was the episode with the you …
 
We call it sky surfing here. When I heard the name of this episode I kind of imagined it as an almost Kobayashi Maru situation. You know in Star Trek, it’s the no win situation that Kirk cheats at to win, and that cheating is the reason he gets given the captain’s chair because they really like his initiative in… cheating… I guess? But then it turn…
 
We call it sky surfing here. When I heard the name of this episode I kind of imagined it as an almost Kobayashi Maru situation. You know in Star Trek, it’s the no win situation that Kirk cheats at to win, and that cheating is the reason he gets given the captain’s chair because they really like his initiative in… cheating… I guess? But then it turn…
 
Wait how do you have a narrow circle? I’m starting to wonder if this series could be even more trippy if I dropped some acid or smoked some weed right before watching it every week. I think that’s what Matt is doing so why can’t I do it as well? Tune in next week for the resolution to this thrilling plot line. Just kidding. It’s Narrowing Circle, w…
 
All of America is the twitspace. I just realized how weird it is that the villain in a UK story is an American. There’s probably more to that now that I think about it, something about how America gained its independence and now the UK hates them or something. It’s Arachnids in the UK, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 28, 2018. Show-n…
 
All of America is the twitspace. I just realized how weird it is that the villain in a UK story is an American. There’s probably more to that now that I think about it, something about how America gained its independence and now the UK hates them or something. It’s Arachnids in the UK, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 28, 2018. Show-n…
 
Now with 75% more recap! The title of this episode makes me think heavily of the ouroboros, which is that snake arranged in a circle that’s eating its own tail. Although really a snake isn’t the same as a serpent but the mistake is easy to make as far as I’m concerned. What is a serpent anyway? It’s Serpent in the Circle, written by Jeremy Burnham …
 
Ozzie Osborne that is. This week we’re joined by Argy yet again to travel back in time to Montgomery. To be fair absolutely none of us have been to Montgomery before, so it’s a bit of a new experience for all of us. I’ll be honest I think I can say with some mild certainty that most of our audience hasn’t been to Montgomery either. So it’s new for …
 
Ozzie Osborne that is. This week we’re joined by Argy yet again to travel back in time to Montgomery. To be fair absolutely none of us have been to Montgomery before, so it’s a bit of a new experience for all of us. I’ll be honest I think I can say with some mild certainty that most of our audience hasn’t been to Montgomery either. So it’s new for …
 
Why do I have this weird feeling that there’s an episode of Doctor Who with this name? This might be one of the shortest “actual” episodes we’ve ever released. Obviously our introductory episodes are always shorted than this, but this covers an actual topic! A whole full 25 minute episode that we condensed into a whole 21 minute podcast episode. Am…
 
Doctor Who must not go on. When I saw the title for this episode the first time I was convinced it was some sort of monument to Casper the friendly ghost. Like it was going to be something super cool about this cartoon character. In hindsight I’m starting to think that would be the weirdest crossover in existence, but I kind of want to see if they …
 
Doctor Who must not go on. When I saw the title for this episode the first time I was convinced it was some sort of monument to Casper the friendly ghost. Like it was going to be something super cool about this cartoon character. In hindsight I’m starting to think that would be the weirdest crossover in existence, but I kind of want to see if they …
 
Personally I find triangles much more pleasing to the eye. It’s time for us to journey beyond our perception of euclidian space time. It’s time we shut the door on the simple shows of the past, that dealt with complex, 3 dimensional shapes. It’s finally time to take a look at what might be both the most simple and yet also the most complex two dime…
 
We all regenerate into women this week. Just kidding, Trust Your Doctor is still a sausage fest. Sort of. It’s kind of sobering to realize just how many male Doctor Who podcasts there are, and then compare that to the number that have, say, at least one female host. It’s The Woman Who Fell to Earth, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 7,…
 
We all regenerate into women this week. Just kidding, Trust Your Doctor is still a sausage fest. Sort of. It’s kind of sobering to realize just how many male Doctor Who podcasts there are, and then compare that to the number that have, say, at least one female host. It’s The Woman Who Fell to Earth, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on October 7,…
 
And so we have reached our second series finale. The title of this episode remind me of that Star Trek episode that one time when Quark went back in time and it turned out he was the alien that crash landed at Roswell, New Mexico. That would have been the weirdest thing about this episode, tbh, if it had suddenly turned into a crossover with Star T…
 
This is the end of everything. It’s kind of bittersweet saying goodbye to so many things that have kind of become staples so to speak of the show for us. Stephen Moffat, Murray Gold, Mark Gatiss, Peter Capaldi. All of them are leaving for us now. This almost feels like it might be one of the biggest changes in the show that we’ve ever experienced. …
 
This is the end of everything. It’s kind of bittersweet saying goodbye to so many things that have kind of become staples so to speak of the show for us. Stephen Moffat, Murray Gold, Mark Gatiss, Peter Capaldi. All of them are leaving for us now. This almost feels like it might be one of the biggest changes in the show that we’ve ever experienced. …
 
Two people can keep a secret if one of them is dead. I have never seen a psychiatrist, but I have seen a psychologist. And I’m starting to really wonder how that distinction could be so massively lost in Star Cops. I mean, they do and perform completely and utterly different tasks so the confusion between the two is honestly baffling. Unless Parr j…
 
Personally, I make it a rule to cry on every day EXCEPT Christmas. Did you ever watch that Disney movie? Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas? Well fun fact they actually made a sequel, called Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas. And every time I watch this episode I think of that movie because the names are so suspiciously similar. I mean, have you ever see…
 
Personally, I make it a rule to cry on every day EXCEPT Christmas. Did you ever watch that Disney movie? Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas? Well fun fact they actually made a sequel, called Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas. And every time I watch this episode I think of that movie because the names are so suspiciously similar. I mean, have you ever see…
 
Alternate title: Online Guess Who Champion Anna Shoun I just realized how much easier this show would be to do if we both also had clones. Can you imagine if there was a clone Dylan whose entire job is to just edit this podcast? Straight up I would save so much time if I had another version of me to do that. This weekend I spent upwards of 5 hours …
 
Don’t knock it till you try it. I read a pretty good poem recently, but it wasn’t in any way related to this episode. I just thought it was a good poem. It was called “Go to the Limits of Your Longing.” Rilke wrote it. I highly recommend it. It’s World Enough and Time & The Doctor Falls, written by Stephen Moffat and aired on June 24 and July 1, 20…
 
Don’t knock it till you try it. I read a pretty good poem recently, but it wasn’t in any way related to this episode. I just thought it was a good poem. It was called “Go to the Limits of Your Longing.” Rilke wrote it. I highly recommend it. It’s World Enough and Time & The Doctor Falls, written by Stephen Moffat and aired on June 24 and July 1, 20…
 
My lizard body doesn’t know this “warm blood” of which you speak. Did you know that you can use blood as a substitute for eggs in most recipes? Turns out that the protein content of blood is pretty similar to egg whites. This is why recipes like blood pancakes exist, although I can’t imagine the flavor being anything the same at all. Although if yo…
 
Even closing my eyes is no escape from the horror that is the drashigs. If I could subsist on light, I totally would if I’m being honest. I mean, now that I think about it, that’s kind of what plants do right? They eat light and then they turn it into food and survive. So does that mean the main enemy of this story is a plant? Food for thought. It’…
 
Even closing my eyes is no escape from the horror that is the drashigs. If I could subsist on light, I totally would if I’m being honest. I mean, now that I think about it, that’s kind of what plants do right? They eat light and then they turn it into food and survive. So does that mean the main enemy of this story is a plant? Food for thought. It’…
 
When I first read the title of this episode I genuinely thought it would be a briefcase. It’s actually kind of surprising the speed at which we’re burning through these episodes. Considering there’s only 9 of them it really feels like we just recorded episode 0 the other day, and in reality we actually just recorded episode 7. Which means in just t…
 
Since Disney owns nearly everything I can’t imagine this crossover is far behind. Given how many times Mars has appeared on the show it should be pretty easy to assemble some sort of timeline of the Martian Empire right? Also, wasn’t that killer water that killed everything it ever touched in the polar ice caps? The one we learned about in Waters o…
 
Since Disney owns nearly everything I can’t imagine this crossover is far behind. Given how many times Mars has appeared on the show it should be pretty easy to assemble some sort of timeline of the Martian Empire right? Also, wasn’t that killer water that killed everything it ever touched in the polar ice caps? The one we learned about in Waters o…
 
Star Cops is anything BUT trivial. I used to play Trivial Pursuit actually, my family owns the movie trivia one. Which was really hard to play back in the day when I was a wee lad who didn’t know anything about anything because I was like 12 and hadn’t seen bloody Gone with the Wind. Although I still haven’t actually seen it, so I suppose I still f…
 
As opposed to Blink 2019 edition. It’s surprising to me that an episode so clearly about propaganda actually didn’t cause much of a splash at all when it landed. Kind of seems like everyone shrugged and looked right past it, even though it explicitly mentions a few people that this episode is clearly sending up. Weird. It’s Extremis, The Pyramid at…
 
As opposed to Blink 2019 edition. It’s surprising to me that an episode so clearly about propaganda actually didn’t cause much of a splash at all when it landed. Kind of seems like everyone shrugged and looked right past it, even though it explicitly mentions a few people that this episode is clearly sending up. Weird. It’s Extremis, The Pyramid at…
 
Personally I never intelligently listen. My computer pretty much never listens to me. Although I know my personal FBI man is sitting somewhere, staring at me typing this feeling rather insulted. Then again, if he lets me create and release this podcast into the world maybe he deserves a gentle ribbing every now and then. It’s Intelligent Listening …
 
This sounds like a shitty Rocky spinoff. Sometimes, when I can’t breathe, I wonder what it would be like if I had to pay for my next breath. Like, if I was dying right now would I be willing to fork over the money required to keep on living? It’s a really interesting thing to think about, but also kind of horrifying. Is your life worth that much? I…
 
This sounds like a shitty Rocky spinoff. Sometimes, when I can’t breathe, I wonder what it would be like if I had to pay for my next breath. Like, if I was dying right now would I be willing to fork over the money required to keep on living? It’s a really interesting thing to think about, but also kind of horrifying. Is your life worth that much? I…
 
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