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Doctor Who Serial 154 – The Curse of Fenric

Part One

That might be a first. Subtitled in Doctor Who.

Wow those Naval cadets are useless.

Oh look, Nazis. Old television, stop reminding us about modern problems.

Ace, you’re stupid! Swimming is great! I miss having a swimming pool. Stupid pandemic, let my building reopen our swimming pool, or make it spring and make my lake melt.

Well, I just read an interesting fact from the TARDIS Data Core…

A reference to Ace having lost her virginity was removed from the script, as it was felt this was unsuitable for a programme aimed at a family audience. (Ace’s character outline specified that Sabalom Glitz had done the honours.)

I can’t believe she boned Hopalong Glitz.

Part Two

Maybe it’s time for Ace to take off the hair net.

I think Sylvester McCoy could make a really good serious Doctor. I feel bad that hist stories are so hit and miss.

Old lady yelling at the young girls about the devil feels very American.

The young ladies are sirens.

I’ve lost track of the story. I think I’ve watched too much Doctor Who in the past few days, but I’m so close to the end.

“Objects can’t hurt us.” He should have thrown the bible at them.

Part Three

Ouch Ace, don’t assume ladies with babies as not married.

That stone wall looks to be made of Styrofoam.

That rolling ladder should be standard supply for Doctor Who companions.

Someone calling out the Doctor is perfect and needs to happen more. This is the best scene between Ace and the Doctor, and maybe one of the best in Doctor Who.

Part Four

The lady in uniform with the baby look kinda like Kristin Schaal.

The creature from the deep looks horrible, and I love it!

Looking at those women with their giant fingernails makes me wonder how they use their iPhones.

Doctor Who is getting more time travelesque storytelling.

That was definitely a better episode. I like Ace and McCoy.

Doctor Who Serial 153 – Ghost Light

Part One

Victorian times, again. Doctor Who likes Victorian times. The show’s been on so long, that maybe it started in Victorian times.

I like Ace’s shirt.

The sound mixing is terrible. It’s like a Christopher Nolan film. I can’t make out the dialogue under the incidental music.

I have no idea what is going on.

I don’t like Ace’s tux.

I remember having a discussion with a coworker when Doctor Who relaunched in 2005, and he said he didn’t like that it was a serial like the original. He was very wrong.

Part Two

Steamed buns are good. This one is filled with a spicy tofu recipe from Maangchi.

It’s not just the sound mixing that sucks in this story. It’s also the cinematography.

Part Three

This is horrible. Maybe the worst Doctor Who story.

Well, I’m never watching that one again.

Doctor Who Serial 152 – Battlefield

It’s incredible. Season 26, the final season of Doctor Who. It’s been a long journey.

Part One

The Brigadier is back, and he’s old and retired.

And now we have UNIT and a new Brigadier. She’s a lady.

“Too late, we’ve already arrived.” Then the TARDIS appears. He was wrong.

It’s a knight on an elevator!

I thought maybe that would be psychic paper, but it’s Liz Shaw’s old credentials.

This Brigadier needs to be briefed. Lethbridge-Stewart’s daughter is much better at knowing what came before her.

Once again, there are two BIPOC in this story. Doctor Who is getting better. One of them is even the leader of UNIT.

Winnifred really needs a briefing.

Part Two

Winnifred shooting a group of soldiers with lots of weapons makes me think she’s bad at military.

Lethbridge-Stewart is taking too long to get into the story.

Ace blowing stuff up is fun.

“Hey you, do this.” “What am I supposed to do?” The Doctor just told you!

The Doctor should keep his temper in check.

Part Three

Stargate SG-1 did Arthurian legend better than Doctor Who.

It’s nice to finally have the Brigadier with the Doctor.

“A warrior maid” is a great phrase.

The people who love Bessie never made sense to me, but those people must have been happy.

Part Four

The way they pronounce “Morgan” is weird… “more-gain.”

Oh yeah! New Brigadier has a sword. She’s a bad-ass!

She’s a bad mime.

Oh, there’s a troll doll.

I hate when people devour my planet.

Only new Brigadier and her boyfriend seemed to survive.

She seems to be best buds with her troll buddy.

Oh, the troll knows English idioms.

The troll has a ripped shirt, like Captain Kirk.

Hahaha! The real Brigadier is hilarious.

Doctor Who Serial 151 – The Greatest Show in the Galaxy

Part One

Nice whip. Oh god, terrible 1980s rapping.

Aww, she’s got Tom Baker’s scarf.

That is the raddest tricycle I’ve ever seen.

So a robot materializes in the TARDIS and runs an advertisement. Somehow I think that’s the most realistic thing I’ve ever seen in Doctor Who. Oh and it’s individualized advertisements. I assume that robot is what Facebook eventually becomes.

The guy on the trike has the best hat ever! Those bat wings are great. Also, is that Rob Brydon?

Both the driver and our heroes had 10 minutes to see one another, there’s no reason they should have come so close.

Wow, two BIPOC in this episode. That’s a surprise.

Part Two

Doctor, your friend seems very uncomfortable. Maybe listen to her?

The Doctor is an idiot.

More of this terrible rapping.

The rapper really likes his whip… but damn, he’s rapping again.

Part Three

Did he just say “Hello deadbeat.” Yeah, yeah he did.

Ow, your teeth, don’t bite into ice cream like that.

God this episode is terrible.

A werewolf? Really? Well, this is Doctor Who, they’ve done worse stuff.

Part Four

The thumbnail in Plex for this episode:

Reminds me of “the Vampires of Venice.”

Did the head of a Lego man just poke out?

Wow, LegoHead blowed up and Ace is so happy. She loves a good explosion.

The gods of Ragnarok?

Okay, I didn’t know Ragnarok was not just a Thor movie.

Was this whole story put together to get Sylvester McCoy to do his magic?

Doctor Who Serial 150 – Silver Nemesis

Holy crap! 150 serials in! This is incredible. I’m on my seventh Doctor. 25th season. 150th serial.

“The serial marks the final appearance of the Cybermen in the original run.” DELETE!

Part One

Fucking hell. I have to deal with Nazis in real life, and now on Doctor Who, too?

Ace and the Doctor are enjoying some smooth jazz in a garden.

Ace, I also hope your tape is alright.

It’s 1988, the Doctor makes Ace a boombox and he doesn’t include a CD player? While he was at it, he should’ve put in an MP3 player.

Time travelling wizards?

“We won’t harm you,” says the Doctor to some Nazis… he should.

Part Two

I’ll cheer for the Cybermen over the Nazis. 1) they’re not racist, they want to hill all humans. 2) they’re fictional.

“A hit! A very palpable hit!” YES!

Dammit, Cybermen! You have terrible aim. Kill the Nazis!

Cybermen and Daleks make way too many alliances and they always pay for them.

Part Three

That’s the most exaggerated thumb movement of a hitchhiker, ever.

Why is there an American in a limo heading to Windsor castle?

Why did she just run into the shuttle?

Oh god, a musical interlude.

“Professor? Doctor? Who are you?” I think the audience has a pretty good idea who the Doctor is at this point.

Doctor Who Serial 149 – The Happiness Patrol

Part One

HAHAHAHA! There’s a literal happiness patrol.

The streets of this city looks a lot like a soundstage floor.

I think that’s the first use of Theta Sigma.

So if you’re unhappy you get killed by blood and viscera?

The angry robot wife is really weird.

Wow, that Go Kart needs a tune up.

Well, it broke down, that’s not surprising.

Part Two

I love the robot’s spinning eyes.

I love that the unhappy people are the “killjoys.”

Part Three

Happiness Patrol Got Talent.

That puppet is terrible.

The Doctor and harmonica man are gonna jam.

So the robot is called the “Candy Man?”

The Doctor is so indignant.

Doctor Who Serial 148 – Remembrance of the Daleks

Part One

Oh yeah! Ace has a boombox! A boombox in the 1960s.

Uh oh! That kid knows who the Doctor is!

That is indeed Susan’s old school, and they’re going into Foreman’s junkyard.

Oh my, those are Daleks!

I love Doctor Who‘s means of continuity by pretending that Humans just ignore major events in our history and pretend they didn’t happen.

Part Two

The Dalek just said “WE! MUST! REPAIR! THE! TRANSMAT!” All I can think is Alex Horne saying “We?” to Katheryn Parkinson.

I couldn’t find that gif, but here’s another one.

I enjoy McCoy’s R rolls.

Is that Geoffrey from Fresh Prince? Oh my god! It totally is.

Hahaha! Ace beating up a Dalek with a baseball bat is amazing.

Part Three

If those Daleks were half-way good at their jobs, they’d have killed Ace a long time before the Doctor et al arrived.

Ace seems like she’d like to join the military.

I forgot how ridiculous the Dalek Emperor looks.

Little Girl Dalek!!!

Part Four

That landing shuttle was actually not terrible graphics. Not great, but better than one would expect.

When anyone says “Ace,” I just think of her saying “ACE!”

Wow, these Daleks have shitty aim. They keep hitting the same spot on the wall, but not the giant Daleks that should be easy to hit. They’re not moving.

I think that’s part of a streetcar track in the ground at Foreman’s yard.

That girl Dalek has got a lot of attitude.

Good to know that fibre optics are used in Daleks.

Why is the “Beware of dog” sign on the inside of the door?

HAHA! The Emperor is Davros.

He vaporized Skaro. I can see what the war is gonna happen.

Well, that kid is gonna be screwed up the rest of her life.

Doctor Who Serial 147 – Dragonfire

I assume this episode is named after the ride at Canada’s Wonderland.

Part One

Great hat.

Oh, the lady gets a lovely hat, too.

Hopalong Glitz is here!

Oh, that’s Ace.

Ace is a rebel.

She shouts out her own name with she accomplishes things? “Ace!”

Why did the Doctor climb over the railing? His face implies that things are not going to plan, but what is his plan?

Part Two

That statue is wearing the greatest outfit.

You know someone isn’t your real parent because they made a bad choice in your name? Apparently Ace is Dorothy.

He’s a friendly bipedal dragon.

Part Three

3000 years? You needed the Doctor to do what that you couldn’t do for 3000 years? Walk into the lair?

That crystal looks like a cock and balls.

That was a very bad and very gross special effect.

Bye Mel! Hello Ace… or as Ace would say, “ACE!”

Doctor Who Serial 146 – Delta and the Bannermen

It’s 2021, and I’m still doing this stupid thing… but let’s GOOOOO! DELTA! AND! THE BANNERMEN!

Part One

Why is Mel excited by heading to the 1950s Disney? They have a time machine.

They look like giant poop emojis.

Was that Jimmy Carr?

This holiday camp must be what The Who were singing about in Tommy. “Got a feeling ’21 is gonna be a good year.”

That Welsh accent is making me think of Torchwood. Doesn’t hurt that last night I watched the New Year special with Jack in it.

I don’t think Doctor Who knows what rock and roll is.

Sara Griffiths, who plays Ray, does an absolutely terrible Welsh accent.

Part Two

It’s a baby!

The Benny Hill music is not making me endear this episode. However when they played the music from the The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.

This guy isn’t phased by anything. Green baby? No reaction. Someone asking to leave his friends with you for a few hours? No problem. Can I borrow a broomstick and pillow case? Of course.

Part Three

Haha, this really sounds like The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.

Maybe the prisoners wouldn’t have escaped if you didn’t tie them up with something that requires an allen key to get out.

Wow, Sylvester McCoy does not know how to drive a motorcycle.

That onesie bunches unfortunately.

The main bad guy sounds like Harvey Fierstein.

That poor bee farmer’s house.

His honey!!!

Doctor Who Serial 145 – Paradise Towers

Part One

Wow, the late ’80s vibes are strong with this one.

So Mel wants a swimming pool, is that why the Doctor would eventually put one in the library?

Oh, there was a swimming pool that the Doctor jettisoned. So he “builds” a new one.

Mel’s outfit is great. She really needs to do something about her eye makeup though. It looks like she has no eyes, just two holes of blackness.

Also, in regards to the Kangs, I personally voted for Kodos.

Part Two

Who’s the Great Architect? Is it Sarah Lynn?

I feel like I’m in the final stretch now that I’m on season 24 and Sylvester McCoy. But also, I have three seasons to get through.

Also, those guards are idiots.

Who puts a circular saw on a moving robot? That’s a bad idea!

Why does one of the old biddies have a trident?

Part Three

Okay the old ladies are incredible.

The Nazi attire is getting tired.

Part Four

Good thing the Doctor was attacked by the robot with the drill and not the one with the circular saw.

I’m trying to figure out if that’s meant to be an aquatic beast or an aquatic robot.

Definitely robot.

Well, he is a cowardly cutlet.

Thank god there are only two robots. It’s really easy to overthrow.