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Best Drunktor Who podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Drunktor Who podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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We watch “Hide” (Series 7, Episode 9) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Tom Baker’s fourth Doctor era (that’s 1974 to you young uns!) and encounter alternate history’s Wolverine in an un-aired episode of Ghost Hunters UK. Whilst in said groovy era, this Doctor makes several call-backs to other past Doctors (holla to 3rd Doctor for Metebelis III …
 
We watch “Cold War” (Series 7, Episode 8) where the Doctor and Clara travel to Peter Davison’s fifth Doctor era (that’s 1983 to you younguns!) and encounter Jon Pertwee’s 3rd Doctor era villain: the Ice Warriors! Whilst said encountering is going on, Matt Smith’s canonical eleventh Doctor tries to warn the scientist portrayed by the prototypical ba…
 
We watch “The Rings of Akhaten” (Series 7, Episode 7) where the Doctor takes latest companion Clara to the storied planetoids in the Rings surrounding the planet Akhaten. Whilst surfing said Rings, Clara befriends a little girl with stage fright (Damn right she should be scared!), the Doctor barters goods with sales people using life experience (Li…
 
We watch “The Bells of Saint John” (Series 7, Episode 6) where the Doctor hopes that hiding out in the 13th century will protect him from having to provide tech support for friends. (Spoilers: it doesn’t!) Really committing to the Nerd Herd role, the Doctor returns to modern day London to suss out a WiFi issue. Whilst said sussing is happening, the…
 
We watch “The Snowmen” (Series 7, Episode XMAS) where the Doctor mopes around Victorian London, bemoaning the fact that Rory and Amy are now free to live normal lives without his constant interference. Whilst said moping is occurring, the Doctor is unwillingly drawn into a mystery by an eggs-ceptionally mysterious young barmaid/governess named Clar…
 
In this very special follow up episode to our latest very special episode, we continue our discussion of the classic era Tom Baker story “Genesis of the Daleks”. And unlike other contemporary Doctor Who stories, in this one the Doctor is mischievous, Sarah Jane is plucky and Harry is heroic. And when I say ‘unlike’, I mean ‘just like’. Except for D…
 
In this very-special-episode of the podcast, we pay homage to our science fiction loving forebears by viewing an additional classic story of Doctor Who from the 1970’s: “Genesis of the Daleks”. Yet another recommendation from Friend-Of-The-Show Tim that I whole heartedly endorse. And by the nature of being six episodes totaling over two hours, Stev…
 
In this episode, we banter all things series 6. And by that, I mean we discuss what we liked and didn’t like as much about this block of episodes but mostly go off on a bunch of tangents. (“Bunch of tangensts’ is dependent upon what Steve keeps in the podcast of course.) Plus friend-of-the-show-Tim sends in another variant of “Fudge, Merry, Krill” …
 
We watch “The Wedding of River Song” (Series 6, Episode 13) where the Doctor…well…marries River Song. Prior to said nuptials, the Doctor has his bachelor’s party in an awesome crypt where he gets enlightened by some blue head…in a box! River Song’s bridal shower re-occurs at Lake Silencio where she goes all Bridezilla and changes history because it…
 
We watch “Closing Time” (Series 6, Episode 12) where the Doctor returns to Earth hundreds of years (for him) after dropping off Amy and Rory (for their protection?) and encounters an old nemesis: (James Corden’s) Craig! Whilst there, the Doctor disses Craig’s new digs, meets Craig’s new baby Stormaggedon Dark Lord of All and uses Craig’s power of l…
 
We watch “The God Complex” (Series 6, Episode 11) where the Doctor, Amy and Rory check into a hotel that makes the Overlook seem like EuroDisney. (Though they truthfully all seem horrific.) Whilst there, they ‘gamble’ away fellow guest Joe’s life, ‘cancel’ internet troll Howie’s web presence and ‘exorcise’ Rita’s chance of being a future companion.…
 
We watch “The Girl Who Waited” (Series 6, Episode 10) where the Doctor, Amy and Rory travel to the planet Apalapucia and find nothing but hairless robots. Whilst there, Amy longs for the time she had to wait only ten years between Doctor visits, Rory discovers he has a thing for ‘cougars’ and the Doctor proves again that he isn’t afraid to make the…
 
We watch “Night Terrors” (Series 6, Episode 9) where the Doctor and the Whoby crew travel to (say it with me) modern-day-London in order to solve a groovy mystery. Whilst there, danger-prone Amy gets turned into a creepy doll, Rory-Doo gets chased around creepy corridors and the ascot wearing (truth be told, it’s a bow tie…you try writing for these…
 
We watch “Let’s Kill Hitler” (Series 6, Episode 8) where we finally get the origin story of Amy and Rory’s childhood friend Mels. Mels: the girl who never doubted that Amy’s “Raggedy Man” really existed. Mels: the girl who knew Rory was totally not gay but was hot for Amy’s ginger bod. Mels: the woman who was to the surprise of no one but Steve a p…
 
We watch “A Good Man Goes To War” (Series 6, Episode 7) where Rory draws the Doctor into a murderous plot to rescue his wife Amy. Rory first coerces the Doctor to destroy legions of innocent Cybermen for Amy intel, next hijacks a Sontaran nurse from his proper duties and then calls in a favor from a Silurian private detective all leading them to De…
 
We watch “The Almost People” (Series 6, Episode 6) where the Doctor and Ganger Doctor try to show Amy Pond that goo people are too people…too. Whilst said persuasion is occurring, Rory is following DoppelJen around watching her ‘retire’ additional copies of Jen Classic…who is also ‘retired’. After being treated to the delightful dancing of Adam (no…
 
We watch “The Rebel Flesh” (Series 6, Episode 5) where the Doctor and the Whoby Gang land on an Earth island at a factory that drills for acid and sends it to the mainland? Wait…why…? Whilst at said island, Rory befriends a walking Xerox copy, Amy rocks an awesome flannel shirt (seriously…what did Amy actually get to do in this episode?) and the Do…
 
We watch “The Doctor’s Wife” (Series 6, Episode 4) where the Doctor gets Tardis-jacked with Rory and Amy still in the back seat. Whilst the horrified Doctor meets his Tardis personified in the form of a beautiful woman (just imagine if your teenage mattress gained sentience…scary, right?), Amy and Rory are horrified when the Tardis is personified b…
 
We watch “The Curse of the Black Spot” (Series 6, Episode 3) where the Doctor and Co. materialize on the one pirate ship in the 17th century where Jack Sparrow hasn’t been shoe-horned into the story. Whilst there, Amy gets her swash buckle on, the Doctor hits the powder room and Rory goes overboard for another ginger female.So come for the pirate c…
 
We watch “Day of the Moon” (Series 6, Episode 2) where the Doctor forgets to shave, Rory takes time to sight see, River Song takes first place in the high dive and Amy goes to a not so magical place in Florida. Whilst there, the Whoby Gang lays out an elaborate trap for the Silence involving three cotton swabs, a stick of chewing gum and the Lunar …
 
We watch “The Impossible Astronaut” (Series 6, episode 1) where the Doctor sends out picnic invites to witness his murder by Neil Armstrong? Buzz Aldrin? Tom Hanks? Anywho…whilst said killing is going on, Rory rocks some awesome cargo shorts, Amy breaks the cardinal taboo of speaking in the restroom and River skips out of paying her tab. Oh! And th…
 
We watch “A Christmas Carol” (Series 6, Episode 0) where the Doctor presents himself as the the Ghost of Christmas Past in order to save the Christmas Present of the honeymooning Amy and Rory. Whilst the Ponds were…um…enjoying some ‘alone time’ away from the Doctor, the Doctor was ‘enjoying’ time away from the Ponds with a young Dumbledore plus (to…
 
In this very special episode we discuss a story from 1970’s Doctor Who: The Old Show. Starring fourth Doctor Tom Baker, “The Deadly Assassin” was suggested by Friend-Of-The-Show Tim. Whilst currently companion-less, the Doctor travels to Gallifrey, enters the Matrix (whoa!), thwarts the Master and runs for President. Really? Like someone with insan…
 
In this episode we briefly (for us) discuss series 5, which brought us a new show-runner, a new Doctor and a feisty ginger companion. Whilst bantering about the (many) highs and (mercifully few) lows of the season, we tease the next very special podcast episode. Spoilers! But let’s just say that wearing a 12 foot long multi colored scarf and snacki…
 
We watch “The Big Bang” (Series 5, Episode 13) where the Doctor ping pongs around in time attempting to get to the bottom of Amy’s crack. Whilst attempting to solve said mystery, Amy becomes undead, Rory never bothers shaving, a Dalek gets stoned, River Song gets ‘Groundhog Day’ed and the Doctor tries to make ‘fez’ happen. Stop trying to make ‘fez’…
 
We watch “The Pandorica Opens” (Series 5, Episode 12) where the Doctor and Amy meet River Song for some Druidic sight seeing in Romanian England. Whilst there, Amy hooks up with a forgotten boyfriend, River Song makes an asp of herself and the Doctor plays “This Is Your Life” with all of his frenemies. As a result, Amy is killed, River Song gets bl…
 
We watch “The Lodger” (Series 5, Episode 11) where the Doctor ditches Amy in Colchester (really? that’s a place?) for karaoke with Craig. Whilst there, the Doctor auditions for “Top Chef”, “The Bachelor” and “Colchester’s Top Football Player” whilst Amy auditions for “Top TARDIS Driver”. All whilst the Doctor solves that Craig’s non-existent non-up…
 
We watch “Victor and the Doctor” (Series 5, Episode 10) where the Doctor tries to cheer up Amy by taking her to meet a suicidal artist in the 19th century. Whilst there, Van Gogh hits on the unknowingly single Amy, Amy gets attacked by an invisible monster during a visit to the loo, the Doctor tracks said monster with a machine that goes ‘ding’ and…
 
We watch “Cold Blood” (Series 5, Episode 9) where Amy plays a high-stakes game of Monopoly with the Lizard King and the Doctor pulls a surprise out of Amy’s crack whilst trying to break on through to the other side. In between these shenanigans, identical lizard sisters are killed, awful human beings are chastised and Amy sees her future self again…
 
We watch “The Hungry Earth” (Series 5. Episode 8) where the Doctor takes Amy and Rory to Rio de Janeiro where they all have a lovely time. Whilst there, Amy is drafted to Samba during Carnival, Rory agrees to go native by having a ‘Brazilian’ and the Doctor discovers that ‘Christ The Redeemer’ is the disguised TARDIS of the Rani! Nope? Sorry. Wishf…
 
We watch “Amy’s Choice” (Series 5, Episode 7) where Amy and Rory get into the Doctor’s head and are ‘chilled’ by what they see. And by ‘get into the Doctor’s head’, I of course mean they literally dive into the messed up soup that makes the Doctor dysfunction. Whilst there, the Doctor creates his own ‘Truman’ show, Rory makes an unfortunate choice …
 
We watch “The Vampires of Venice” (Series 5, Episode 6) where the Doctor, Amy and her fiance Rory travel to 16th century Italy to take in the sights. And by ‘take in the sights’ I mean distract Amy from snogging the Doctor. Again. Whilst there, Amy gets schooled in necking, Rory goes spear fishing, Guido blows himself up real good and Signora Rosan…
 
We watch “Flesh and Stone” (Series 5, Episode 5) where the Weeping Angels break all their established rules to this point…until the next time they break all their established rules to this point… Whilst there, we learn River Song is atoning for killing a good man (spoilers…), the Doctor tries to plug up Amy’s crack (unsuccessfully though…spoilers…)…
 
We watch “The Time of Angels” (Series 5, Episode 4) where Amy and the Doctor travel to the past after finding a love letter sent to him from her future spurring the Doctor to reconnect with the spoilerific River Song…his ex? pre? current? It’s timey wimey people! Whilst there, River brings a gun toting priest to their date, the Doctor finds that tw…
 
We watch “Victory of the Daleks” (Series 5, Episode 3) where the Doctor and Amy get blitzed with Winston Churchill. Whilst London is under attack from Nazi bombers, Churchill unveils his latest weapon which is seriously, absolutely, positively not a Dalek. It’s TWO Daleks! Unfortunately, the Doctor is the first to blink in a staring contest with th…
 
We watch “The Beast Below” (Series 5, Episode 2) where the Doctor and [insert current companion name] land in [era appropriate] London. Whilst there, the Doctor and [likely a comely young woman] encounter [creepy obstacles] and require the aid of [a mysterious stranger] in order to defeat [some sort of misunderstood foe] before realizing that they …
 
We watch “The Eleventh Hour” (Series 5, Episode 1) where the Doctor discovers his latest body enjoys the traditional Scottish dish of fish fingers and custard. After crash landing, the Doctor initially traumatizes a prepubescent Amy Pond then later tantalizes a teen Amy Pond until finally settling on travelling with a young adult Amy Pond. Whilst t…
 
In this episode, we bid adieu to Barty Crouch Junior… err, Scrooge McDuck… err, Alec Hardy… err, Crowley (you’ll soon see Gaiman/Pratchett fans!). But like Billy Piper as Rose, we’re saying goodbye to the iconic actor way too many more times than decently necessary. Whilst we do so, John quizzes Steve on multi-series Whovia, friend-of-the-show Tim …
 
We watch “The End of Time: Part 2” (Series 4, Episode 18) where the Doctor reluctantly attends parent’s weekend and Wilf exercises his second amendment rights all whilst the Master unwittingly becomes the pawn of the least popular James Bond. (Yeah…I said it.) After the Doctor inevitably saves the day, he uncharacteristically revisits his former co…
 
We watch “The End of Time: Part 1” (Series 4, Episode 17) where the Master is brought back to life and treats London like it’s an all-you-can-eat buffet. Whilst there, the Master marches to the beat of four drums, blows off his ex-wife and then decides that President Obama would look better as a blonde. And then the Doctor and Wilf show up to ruin …
 
We watch “The Waters of Mars” (Series 4, Episode 16) where the Doctor travels across the universe and interacts with life on Mars? Whilst there, he discovers a space oddity is turning colonists into scary monsters (and super creeps) however their deaths will make them heroes ushering in golden years of space exploration. Under pressure of causing c…
 
We watch "Planet of the Dead" (Series 4, Episode 15) where the Doctor catches the Knight Bus but gets off at the wrong stop. Whilst there, the Doctor gets to know his fellow passengers including Lady Christina who wants to steal his heart and Barclay who just wants to get out. After a couple of helpful flies get squashed, the Doctor gets pooped and…
 
We watch "The Next Doctor" (Series 4, Episode 14) where the Doctor (flying solo) lands in mid 19th century England (again?) and says "Ello Guv’nor" to his future self (or is he?). Whilst there, the Doctor discovers primitive blue-tooth technology, that it's a hard knock life for London's street urchins and it's tough being an Iron Giant in Victoria…
 
We watch "Journey's End" (Series 4, Episode 13) where Donna returns to her old life totally "wiped out" and the Doctor tells Rose to "talk to the hand". Resuming the "Doctor Who Bingo" game began in the prior episode, Jackie and Mickey show up to cover a few boxes. Captain Jack dies and comes back to life, so cover another box. Daleks speak German.…
 
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