Saturday, May 15, 2021

Cat Flap

We couldn’t avoid discussing the whole Noel Clarke and John Barrowman scandal, especially as WE WERE THERE FIRST with breaking the Chicago TARDIS clip six months before it went viral! We also talk about “The Key to Time” for a bit, but finding nothing else good in the Doctor Who world to discuss, we end up talking about our cats.


Saturday, April 17, 2021

"David Tennant with T*ts"

We go back without a game plan to our drunken ramblings this month. Topics include: the final results of our Tournament of One-Shot Doctor Who Villains, news of the upcoming series being centered around Liverpool, meeting the new companion’s parents (again!), the Big Finish spoiler of the week, a quickie review of the Lost Stories audio “Return of the Cybermen”, how the Hartnell era took the most chances, Vickie > Susan, dinner with the Pertwee’s, Tom Baker in “Remington Steele”, what the cool kids were watching in the 1980s, interrupted by baseball, “is the caller there?”, Steven King’s son getting rejected by the BBC, the Token Doctor, a round of Doctor Who Mad Libs, Danny Puce, ingrown toenails, Fentanyl, “Because We Want To” by Billie Piper.


Saturday, March 27, 2021

March Badness

We’re a few weeks late dropping this episode as we’ve been busy getting and recovering from our Covid-19 vaccinations, but we’re back talking Doctor Who. This month we let loose 32 of the most infamous one-shot villains in a tournament to see which one will come up on top. We whittle it down to 16, and you can find us on Twitter @DWGAF1 to vote for your favorite one-shot villains in the next round. We also read a piece of fan mail and give our latest Netflix suggestions.


Saturday, February 6, 2021

No Clever Title - We Rank The Doctors

Depressed over Gallifrey One being cancelled due to Covid-19? Got two hours and change to kill? Listen in as JB, Sean & Chris rank ALL 14 Doctors for the ULTIMATE Doctor Who ranking. They also get into geek TV FOMO, the Series 24 Blu-Ray infomercial, and the usual bitching about Big Finish replacing dead actors.


The ULTIMATE Doctor Who Ranking (based on average scores) is…



1. Tom Baker (1)
2. TIE - Jon Pertwee and David Tennant (3.3)
3. Patrick Troughton (5.3)
4. Sylvester McCoy (6.3)
5. Peter Capaldi (7.3)
6. Paul McGann (7.6)
7. John Hurt (8.3)
8. Christopher Eccleston (8.6)
9. Colin Baker (9)
10. TIE - William Hartnell and Matt Smith (10)
11. Jodie Whittaker (11.3)
12. Peter Davison (13.3)

Sunday, January 10, 2021


I’m very surprised I was able to put together a cohesive edit out of this month’s drunken ramblings. It’s the last time I’ll have four shots of Bacardi mixed with Coca-Cola before recording a podcast, cause I get really shouty again. I blame this week’s insurrection. Anyway, Chris, Sean and I review “Revolution of the Daleks” and discuss the rumors about Jodie Whittaker leaving the series and a new companion joining. Please drink responsibly. - JB


Saturday, January 9, 2021

Pre-Show: Post-Insurrection

Before we discussed the new episode of Doctor Who which aired on New Years Day, Chris, Sean and I had to talk it all out about this week's events at the U.S. Capital.  We hope this brings you some comfort and solace, and I encourage you all to keep the conversation going.  We must never forget what happened this week and we must never let it happen again.

Our review of "Revolution of the Daleks" will drop later this week. - JB


Saturday, December 5, 2020

The Doctor Who Gives A F*ck Xmas Special

This month the podcast has the most Doctor Who content it’s had in a good long while as JB, Sean and Chris rank and review ALL 13 Doctor Who Christmas Specials from the modern era. They also speculate about what we’ll see in the upcoming New Years Day episode “Revolution of the Daleks”. Also, JB finally started watching “The Mandalorian” and Sean records his real-time reaction to the Dalek YouTube videos. WARNING: this episode contains callbacks to jokes that were edited out of the podcast. Happy holidays!