Thursday, March 19, 2015

NEXT STOP EVERYWHERE 019: "Remembrance of the Daleks" is Up!

"The Daleks shall become lords of time!  We shall become all --"
"Powerful!  Crush the lesser races!  Conquer the galaxy!  Unimaginable power!  Unlimited rice pudding!  Et cetera, et cetera...!"

We're not quite on track, but my good friend and co-host Jesse Jackson and I are FINALLY back with another episode of Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast!  And this time, we reverse the polarity back to the 1988 Sylvester McCoy classic, "Remembrance of the Daleks"!

Exploring this story from Season 25 of the original series of Doctor Who, Jesse and I discuss things like the unofficially official 25th anniversary story, the debut of the Seventh Doctor as the chess-playing manipulator, Doctor Who's downward slide to cancellation, Jesse's distaste for the Sylvester McCoy era, my defense of the Sylvester McCoy era, the awesomeness of Ace, finally putting the "Daleks can't go up stairs" joke to rest once and for all, the prototype UNIT, the Kennedy assassination, the return to Coal Hill School and nods to "An Unearthly Child," the missing TARDIS interior, foreshadowing the Twelfth Doctor episode "The Caretaker," the Doctor Who villain Omega, restoring the mystery of the Doctor's background, the meta of watching Doctor Who premiere on Doctor Who, the badass Special Weapons Dalek, the return of Davros, Skaro being destroyed and returning somehow, Jesse's Reversing of Reverse the Polarity segment, remembering the late Leonard Nimoy, and more!

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Be sure to come on back for our review of the 1996 Doctor Who TV movie starring Paul McGann, and look for more of Next Stop Everywhere on iTunes, Libsyn, Stitcher and the Southgate Media Group website!

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