Thu, 21 January 2016
In which there are so many tears, you guys.
This episode sees Brandon and Danica finish up "Torchwood: Children of Earth", so you know what that means. Ugly crying. THE UGLIEST CRYING. Also, Danica gets to punch Brandon a lot and wow, drinking for five episodes of Torchwood is some crazy business.
Outro music is "Bad Kids" by The Black Lips
Thu, 14 January 2016
In which we're watching Torchwood again and the drinking is more appropriate.
Danica and Brandon are back with their first episode of 2016 with a slurry dissection of the first two episodes of TORCHWOOD: CHILDREN OF EARTH. Or is that Children of Man? Or Men? Brandon is not good with titles, even when he is sober.
There's a lot of great stuff to talk about in this episode, such as Captain Jack's complete inability to comprehend CHILDREN, but we also make time to talk about the recent SHERLOCK special where a white dude explains feminism to a room full of silent women. That'll probably go over well.
Outro music is "Ghetto Superstar" by Pras featuring May & Ol' Dirty Bastard
Podcast picture is by GIRL NAMED SHIRL PHOTOGRAPHY
Thu, 31 December 2015
In which WE'RE BACK and we've FORGOTTEN HOW TO DO THIS.
Remember when we were weekly? Apparently we don't. In a particularly inebriated outing, Danica and Brandon (that's us!) are talking about this year's Christmas Special - which apparently was at one point intended to be Steven Moffat's swan song? What? Anyway. "The Husbands of River Song". Rompy as hell, and tons of fun. But probably not as much fun as we had talking about it while super hammered after an... interesting Christmas.
Also: The Mindy Project! Supergirl! More! And an announcement about our schedule in 2016! YES!
Outro music is "Locomotion" by Kylie Minogue. No reason.
Wed, 9 December 2015
In which we celebrate out 75th-ish episode the same way we always do: stumbling through our thoughts.
It's Series finalé time with Clara and The Doctor as Brandon and Danica discuss "Hell Bent" - the final episode of Series 9. What did we think of Clara's re-return and good-bye? Also, all that Gallifrey stuff? And Me? We have a feeling that if you listen, you'll find out. Call it a hunch. A SEXY HUNCH.
Also! With the series concluded, and the holidays approaching, we'll be taking some time off. (It is really hard getting hammered on a weekly basis when you only get one day off from work every 3 weeks or so.) You'll be able to catch our next episode before the year is over as we discuss this year's Christmas Special - and then we'll return in the new year with weekly (!) episodes and a new(ish) format.
Thank you so much for sticking around for 75 episodes. Hopefully we're around for many more!
Fri, 4 December 2015
In which our timing is perfect, and everyone needs to calm their shit, probably.
We start with narrating Cat Life, because of COURSE we do. Then it's straight into "Heaven Sent" - the 11th episode of Doctor Who's 9th Series, which we were too drunk to get emotional about. These things happen, right? But also: Capaldi, yeah? Yeah. Then it's onwards to very VERY light spoilers regarding Jessica Jones's fight against patriarchy wearing a David Tennant suit, and general stumbling about. Yay!
Thu, 26 November 2015
So we all know what happens in this episode, right? Like, we're all on board? Because there's going to be some spoilers. Just... clllllll kinds of them. So.
This week, Brandon and Danica are talking about "Face The Raven" - the 10th episode of Doctor Who's 9th series. Maisie Williams is there! That's not really a spoiler. Well it is, but... hey, you know what? Let's not beat around the bush here. You know why you're downloading this. You want to hear drunk people talk about the thing that happened. Well, we do! So yay? Oh, and then we wax poetic about Jessica Jones, because you guys, Jessica Jones is amazing and heartbreaking. Yeah.
Outro music is "Don't Fear the Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult.
Sat, 21 November 2015
To sleep, perchance to dream of a better episode.
On this week's show, Danica and Brandon drunkenly talk about this week's... interesting episode of Doctor Who - Series 9, Episode 9, "Sleep No More". Basically, we kind of make fun of it, because... sleep monsters? Or maybe a legitimately viral video? Or something. We were pretty drunk.
And as an added bonus, Brandon forgot to edit the podcast on his day off, so uh... there's that. Wait, is that what we call a "bonus"? Hmm.
Direct download: Doctor_Whooch_Episode_073_-_2015-11-21_9.56_AM.mp3
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Thu, 12 November 2015
In which, uh... we really liked the new Doctor Who episode?
Hey everyone: fun fact. It's hard to be wacky drunks when an episode of Doctor Who is so good. Which means Danica and Brandon just watched Series 9, Episode 8 (The Zygon Inversion) and it was pretty amazing. That's not to say they aren't weird and stumbling, because they are. We are. Writing in the third person is hard, you guys. Also, they talk about some other shows probably. Scandal? I think? And something else. Remembering is also hard, when you WERE drunk, and ARE sober several days later.
Outro music is "War (What Is It Good For)" as performed by Cory and Topanga on Boy Meets World. Because of course it is.
Thu, 5 November 2015
In which we are brimming with allegories and metaphors, and totally know the difference between the two.
This week, Brandon and Danica are watching "The Zygon Invasion" (Series 9, Episode 7 of Doctor Who) and end up being drunkenly riveted by the whole episode. I mean really, you guys - this was a crackerjack episode. There was Osgood! Jokes! Doctor Funkenstein! Seriously, what more do you want? Some Once Upon a Time chatter? Maybe. Probably not, but we don't care. WE DON'T. (We do. We love you.)
Fri, 30 October 2015
In which we don't got nobody that we can depend on.
On this week's episode, Danica and Brandon stumble through the hodgepodge of Doctor Who's 6th episode of Series 9 - The Woman Who Lived. It's a bit of a shambles, honestly but there's also a fire breathing space lion king, so it's not as though there wasn't anything awesome to talk about. Oh, and also, there's discussion of Once Upon A Time and The Mindy Project, because of course there is.