Episode 43 – Falling Skies, Who will be the 12th Doctor and Game of Thrones: The Red Wedding

Its just our luck that the week we decide to air our anniversary episode – all hell breaks loose. JC and Rita play catch up as they talk about Matt Smith’s impending departure from Doctor Who, give your their picks for the Next Doctor and continue their Legacy Who  Redux with Paul McGann’s the Eighth Doctor. They also discuss Game of Thrones’ the Red Wedding and the season finale, sci-fi drama Falling Skies, Starz hit Da Vinci’s Demons and why they won’t be going to see Man of Steel. Plus, their review of horror flick, Mama.

All this and much more on the tizzle to the Fin’ A!

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Episode 43

1:25 – Opening

3:47 Sci-Fi News

  •  StarMage News
  • Game of Thrones – The Red Wedding and Season Finale
  • Falling Skies
  • Da Vinci’s Demons
  • Why we won’t watch Man of Steel

27:30 Horror News

  • Mama

33:12 Doctor Who News

  • Thoughts on Matt Smith leaving Doctor Who
  • JC and Rita’s picks to be the 12th Doctor

52:08 Legacy Who Redux

  • The 8th Doctor Paul McGann

1:07:38 Closing with the Beatles’ Hey Jude

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One thought on “Episode 43 – Falling Skies, Who will be the 12th Doctor and Game of Thrones: The Red Wedding

  • June 19, 2013 at 5:50 am

    The first 2 Doctors did only 3 years but one must remember how the show was made in the 60s. They made over 40 episodes a year. The next 3 Doctors the changed that to 26 episodes a year. Colin Baker’s first season they changed the format to 50 minute episodes and they made 13 of those. The next season they stuck to 14 episodes a year and this was the count for the rest of the classic show. I say this because I do not think three years is a good guide for how long a Doctor should stay since in the 60s they were doing more episodes per season.

    Shada was cancelled due to a strike at the BBC. Before the strike all the outside filming and a lot of studio filming were shot for the story. If you want the details it is in the Graham Williams (Classic series 8th producer) documentary on The Ribos Operation DVD (note this was on the DVD that came in The Key to Time box set). That documentary explains why the strike happened.

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