Thu, 29 December 2016
In which we are human monsters.
Check it nerds: it's our season finalé. We have seasons now. DEAL WITH IT DOT GIF.
On this week's show: it's THE RETURN OF DOCTOR MYSTERIO or us, as we see it, a show for FRIGGEN NERDS. Like us. We're the nerds. So yeah. We discuss this year's Doctor Who Christmas special in which folks unzip their heads and also there is a lot of Superman references that Steven Moffat googled a bit. Over the course of the show, we tear into silver age comics and introduce to you the French Doctor and it is not offensive. So don't worry about it.
We said don't worry about it.
Outro music is "Thoughts on Fire" by Ria Mae
Sat, 24 December 2016
In which we (finally) get to the thrilling conclusion of CLASS! And uh, it's a thing.
So! With the Doctor Who Christmas Special just around the corner, we're going face deep into "The Lost", which wraps up this whole weird experiment. As we do so, we go swiftly off the rails, just like the show did, and talk about chaperones going downtown, what constitutes a good bonkers, and how Ram is pretty useless, among other things.
Stay tuned over the holiday season for our take on the Christmas Special! We'll see you in 2017.
Outro music is "The King Is Dead" by Ruby Vileos
Mon, 12 December 2016
In which everything you hear is adatomically correct.
On this episode, Danica and Brandon are nearing the end of Class with episode seven - "The Metaphysical Engine or What Quill Did", and the whole thing is about deep smooching as three grown ass adults bang around in a tub. Also, someone murders a satan, and the ending is super weird. But uh... that's Class.
Outro music is "Tubthumping" by Pastel Vespa
Mon, 5 December 2016
In which we're extremely late with this but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
On this episode, Danica and Brandon tackle "The Detained" - the 6th episode of Class. It involves truth rocks that'll burn your brain and spill your teen feels all over the place. Which is bad, for a room filled with teen feels.
Outro music is "Detention" by School Gyrls.
Because why not.
Fri, 18 November 2016
In which we try to make sense of Class and might fail in the process.
On this week's show, Brandon and Danica take another spin at trying to explain what's been happening on Class as they recap "Brave-Ish Heart" - the fifth episode in the first series. The results of which are very mixed, but hey, at least you get another one of Brandon's surreal episode descriptions of bonkers plot points! Also on this episode: we still love Brooklyn 99, y'all! It's amazing.
Outro music is "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten.
Fri, 11 November 2016
In which Class goes sideways in a really weird way, but hey, we're drunk, so whatever.
On this week's show, we reach the midpoint of CLASS with episode four, "Co-Owner of a Lonely Heart" and things get really weird. Are you ready for crazy teen/shadow monster sex scene parallels? What about bouts of murder rage and existential crisis about a weapon filled with souls? If only our biggest problems were "my heart is connected to a shadow monster" and not "the real world is filled with garbage". Is that where we're at? WHO KNOWS!
Outro music is "Owner of a Lonely Heart" by Grizzly Bear.
Thu, 3 November 2016
In which we encourage you all to embrace the abyss. (It’s an uplifting episode.)
On this week’s show, we demonstrate our veal for life by steering into some dark skids. Also, we talk about the third episode of Class, “Night Visiting”, which is pretty friggen great you guys. How will Drunk Brandon and Danica deal with teens experiencing loss and emotion? Let’s say well. It goes well.
Wed, 26 October 2016
In which Class is in session. Because... because, get it? Class? Oh, you get it.
Danica and Brandon return this week to talk about the first two episodes of CLASS - the latest Doctor Who spin-off show that they can't quite remember the episode titles for! (Psst: they're "For Tonight We Might Die" and "The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo"). Along the way, they stumble through plot points such as SPACE DRAGONS and ROBOT MAKE-OUTS and then meander into other pop culture stuff happening like TIMELESS. Have you been watching that? You should be watching that.
Outro music is "Cold Hard Bitch" by Jet
Mon, 17 October 2016
In which we celebrate good time. C'mon.
On what is almost definitely Doctor Whooch's first and only A Hundredth episode, we have a couple of guests that have never been on the show before... sober Brandon and Danica! No lies, this one is weird. But if you ever wondered how much of the show comes about because we're drunk, and how much of the show is just us, well... you're going to get your answer.
Thank you to everyone who listens to the show - you mean a lot to us, and we're pretty fond of you. Here's to many more over the next few years.
Outro music is "Hang on to The Night" by Tegan and Sara
Thu, 29 September 2016
In which we celebrate our 100th episode for what is almost definitely the first time.
The alcohol flows freely on this week's celebratory 100th episode, in with Danica and Brandon welcome special guest Chris Sikkenga (of Montreal Sauce and Film Frown) to the show! Chris (the scamp) chose the final episode of Series 1 to watch - The Parting of Ways - and the gang gets well and truly sauced and forgets to talk about the plot for much of the hour. Get ready for some McConaughey and try some of Jackie Tyler's Space Jerky as we all talk about Daleks being stage divas, sex in the undernet, and Trevor. Also: Danica throws hands at T-Swift. All this, and a lot more!
Outro music is "I Really Like You" by Carly Rae Jepsen.