Fri, 14 November 2014
For All Intents and Purposes has hit the quarter-centennial mark! That is, if by "centennial" we mean a hundred episodes rather than a hundred years. However, is it going to be a celebration...or a crisis?! To find out, you'll have to listen! Do you dare?!
Week in Geek: Andrew watches more Star Wars: Rebels while Dan buys his first Nintendo home console in what is likely over two decades.
Star Trek: Taking another dip into the Original Series, this time Dan and Andrew watch and discuss the classic "I, Mudd" featuring everybody's favorite scallywag, Harcourt Fenton Mudd.
Discussion: As if it's a big surprise, with Series 8 of Doctor Who––the first featuring Peter Capaldi's 12th Doctor––having come to an end, they discuss not only the final episode (SPOILER ALERT), but Series 8 as a whole and its place in the oeuvre of Doctor Who.
The Art of the Season Finale: With the closing of Doctor Who in mind, Andrew and Dan discuss season finales in general. Specifically, they discuss what they are and what they have been and how and why they've changed over time.
Question of the Geek:
What is your favorite season finale to a television show?
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.