The so-called finale of Series 11 is here as Jessica and Phillip talk about the story and where the Doctor and her "fam" are after 10 episodes. They talk guest stars, what else the episode could have offered, and how the overall season has gone.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple visits the BBC special "More Than 30 Years in the TARDIS." They talk about the classic Doctor Who overview with interviews and clips.
It's modern day Norway (for some reason) and strange things are afoot. The Doctor and #TeamTARDIS meet a troubled girl, a missing father, and a mirror that goes to the Mirror Universe (not the Star Trek or Alice in Wonderland ones). Jessica and Phillip try to make sense of it with the help of Suky from the "Progtor Who" podcast. They talk what made them cry, what made them scared, and what that toad was all about.
In their look into the TARDIS library, Jessica reviews her latest read, "Torchwood: Consequences," a collection of short stories from everyone's favorite Cardiff-based alien fighting organization.
Jessica and Phillip travel back to King James and witch hunts for the latest Thirteenth Doctor episode. What issues does this historical bring up for a modern audience? What new things do we learn about Jodie Whittaker's Doctor? And why do they keep putting funny accessories on Graham?
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple review the Big Finish audio adventure "The Diary of River Song - Series 1."
Fezes, robots, and Lee Mack, oh my! Jessica and Phillip learn to Kerblam! it with the latest Thirteenth Doctor episode. They look at how it rates with the rest of this series' stories, and what reoccurring motifs they are beginning to notice.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple look at the recent "Children in Need" telethon special, including a clip from Jodie Whittaker and the TARDIS team supporting this charity. Phillip issues a challenge to all listeners on how this podcast will support this cause.
Jessica and Phillip venture over to Partition Day with special guest Miles for this historical Thirteenth Doctor episode. They talk the tradition of Whovian histories, how Chibnall is changing "Doctor Who" storytelling, and how this series is different from others.
In their look into the TARDIS library, Jessica reviews the Second Doctor novel "Dying in the Sun" by Jon de Burgh Miller, as Ben and Polly run around L.A., solving Hollywood alien murders.
Jessica and Phillip talk all things Pting, joined by new Who-watcher Charlynn to see what this "Doctor Who" thing is all about. The trio sees how the Doctor talks hope, pregnant men, and anti-matter explanations.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple visit "The Two Doctors," a Sixth Doctor/Second Doctor multi-Doctor adventure.
What are your thoughts of the 13th Doctor at this series mid-point?
Jessica and Phillip talk Mr. Big/Not-Trump and spiders with special guest Lindsay. From meeting Yaz's family, to Graham facing Grace's ghost, to Ryan thinking about who his family is - this episode rises above its monstrous premise.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple look at the Sixth Doctor/Brigadier book - "The Shadow in the Glass," by Justin Richards and Steve Cole. Do Nazis, imps, and odd ceremonies mix together for an interesting story or an odd adventure?
Learn more about #FansTogether that Lindsay mentioned at @together_fans on Twitter!
In the third episode of Series 11, the Doctor and her gang encounter an evil that is more menacing than ever - racism and hate. Jessica and Phillip are joined by KC to go through this powerful episode of "Doctor Who" and what it has to say about yesteryear and today.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple visit the Big Finish production of "Class, Vol. 2." What are the students of Coal Hill Academy up to now? And what classic Who companion has joined them to fight a Dalek?
Who will win and who will survive? These questions, along with new series titles and a TARDIS, make the Thirteenth Doctor's second episode an interesting adventure. Jessica and Phillip are joined by Michelle to talk about the two finalists in this interplanetary game, and how the Doctor's friends cope with their first travels in space.
In their look into the TARDIS library, the couple focus on the second series of "The Sarah Jane Adventures," the "Doctor Who" spinoff for younger fans. From losing a main character to gaining a new one, they talk about how they enjoy all the trials and tribulations of the junior Scooby Gang.
How are you enjoying the Thirteenth Doctor's companions so far?
Jessica and Phillip jump into the Thirteenth Doctor's first episode with their "new best friend" Sue. The trio look at the newly regenerated Doctor, and her "fam" of Ryan, Graham, Grace, and Yaz. From a tooth-y monster to a sad and surprising ending, this episode sets the course for this new series of "Doctor Who."
In their look into the TARDIS library, Jessica and Phillip examine "Doctor Who: The Women Who Lived: Amazing Tales for Future Time Lords" by Christel Dee & Simon Guerrier. This book features all of the women characters from Susan Foreman to Jodie Whittaker's Doctor.
What was the most memorable part of Whittaker's first episode?