Hot and fresh from the Doctor Who panel at this years San Deigo Comic-Con,yes it is our first good look at what series 9 has in store for us. Obviously Peter Capaldi is back, along with a few returning foes like the Daleks (yay!) and Missy (ugh.)
We also get a stinger showing us that whoever Maisie Williams plays, (good money is on it not being Arya Stark but fingers crossed for a Game of Thrones crossover episode,) well it is clear that she and the Doctor have a history.
Of course we’ll be highlighting the high points from today’s Doctor Who panel in our forthcoming SDCC review show that will be recorded after SDCC wraps up this weekend since our TARDIS is currently in the shop.
Doctor Who is back on TV screens this September on the 19th.
Welcome back to the podcast of fun, this time on the show your life model decoy hosts, Jeremy and Jason, have brewed a cup of nerdy pop-culture talky news things and awkward moments. Do you like Star Wars, beard chat, Doctor Who, and scandalous sexy sex sex on the television set? Wow! Then do we have a show for you, clown shoes!
Welcome to this very special Doctor Who filled edition of the RadioBastard Podcast! This time on the show, Jeremy and Jason are talking about Peter Capaldi‘s full debut as The Doctor in “Deep Breath“, Jenna Louise Coleman‘s possible exit and what John Hurt smells like with Doctor Who expert and Panama hat enthusiast Steven Sautter.
Also on the show (which will be filled with spoilers from “Deep Breath”: [read more>>]
It’s been too long but last night we finally got a chance to watch Peter Capaldi play the Doctor in full as Doctor Who returned for the 8th series of the modern era (which is an unfortunate way to describe the New Who and the Old Who in that it makes the past versions sound positively archaic). As we found out, though, our reaction to the new Doctor wasn’t quite as important as Clara’s reaction.
I have to admit that I wasn’t an avowed fan of the puppy dog cuteness of the Matt Smith/Jenna Coleman pairing. Too much flirting. Not banter, not the occasional cheek — doe eyed, cotton candy flirting. I love that those antics have been put out to pasture and I adore that we got to see that in the beginning, but while it might be a welcome change for some viewers, it was clearly a whiplash inducing course shift for Clara (Coleman), who strongly rejected the Doctor right away because he was no longer “Her” Doctor. [read more>>]
What is The BastardCast? Well, I’m glad you asked. The BastardCast is dynamism, sensuality, deep tissue massage, chilli cheese fries, exploration, suspense, still photography, fine Italian motor cars, lust, tragedy, hygiene, wistfulness, grace, and grace, and also grace. [read more>>]
Congratulations, you’ve selected the the 95th episode of The BastardCast, a comedy and entertainment podcast for rich and beautiful people BY portly slacker types. On the show this week: I was a teenage teenager! The results from the first ever #TimeChallenge! Over using exclamation points! Oh and the latest in pop-culture news:
Like a rolling boulder on a falling rope bridge shouting at you that Jehovah begins with an I while speaking in a vaguely Cate Blanchett/German accent, we… lost our train of thought, but we’re talking about the possibility of rebooting Indiana Jones, so we’ve got that going for us. [read more>>]
Hey Cowboy Supreme! Get your cheddar hat on and put your ass in neutral, it’s time for the mother loving BastardCast starring Rickety John and the Uptown One Man Trio and they’re gonna tie a gutter snake around a rainbow and give effort to the task of wonderment, bitch! PLUS: The #TimeChallenge beings with round of 8. This week it’s Doctor Who vs Bill and Ted, YOU MAKE THE CALL.