"Is this a story or did it really happen?"
"Everything ever told really happened. Stories are where memories go when they’re forgotten."
-- Clara Oswald and the Twelfth Doctor, Doctor Who: "Hell Bent"
After our first attempt at recording ended up corrupted (Shakes fist at Skype), my good friend and co-host Jesse Jackson are back with another episode of Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast!
This time, Jesse and I discuss things like our first attempt to record "Hell Bent" becoming corrupted, our mutual Skype frustration, Gallifrey being found at the end of time, why the Doctor has not lived 4.5 billion years as a result of the Confession Dial trap, wondering if the Doctor has more than twelve remaining regenerations, some background on ol' Rassilon, the Doctor's dick move of shooting The General, some background on the Gallifreyans living in the Dry Lands, why the War Doctor needed to forget that Gallifrey survived the Time War, feeling bad for a Dalek, some background on the Cloister Room, Rassilon's soldiers respecting the Doctor more than Rassilon, the Doctor realizing he and Clara aren't good for each other, why the Doctor tried to save Clara from death and not Adric, Ashildr's restaurant at the end of the universe, the TARDIS' default setting, that moment of fear that the Twelfth Doctor was going to regenerate, Clara playing fast and loose with the Doctor's timeline, the four knocks for the Doctor, my Reverse the Polarity segment, and more!
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