Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dirty WHOers Podcast - Episode 26

Hello? Hello? Is anyone still out there? Yeah, we know, we're a bunch of lazy, unreliable, work-shy, lay-abouts who can't organize their lives enough to al be on Skype at the same time. It's a fair cop.

FINALY, here's another episode (and for the new season too). Sure you've probably listened to all the reviews from all the other podcast first. Presumably this is no new news. But this a review born or Gin, excess, and obsession. As such you owe it to yourself to grab your favorite tipple, run a nice hot bath, and join in us our non-sequential meanderings through the latest offerings from Auntie Beeb.

Oh, and don't forget, you can join us for daily disposable casual alcoholism and frothing about Whovian tat on our new Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/DirtyWHOers.

Boomshanka.

Sputters, Lightfoot, Sen, & Fuschia.

4 comments:

HeadBurro Antfarm May 16, 2011 at 11:37 AM  

I really liked the first two and my 5 yo watched them with no worries. Well, not yet.

The pirate one scared him a little (the red faced 'ghost') but that was a pile of shit :)

HeadBurro Antfarm May 16, 2011 at 12:17 PM  

I may be the wrong person to judge - I had him watching Princess Mononoke at three and half (he freakin' loved it!) and write the Steal Head ()http://headburroantfarm.wordpress.com/category/my-writing/steelhead-stories/steal-head/ tale in SL that saw many beheadings in an otherwise sleepy little steampunk town. It's fair to say I like my horror dark and my Dr Who darker ;)

Keith Lawler May 18, 2011 at 1:50 PM  

My two kids 4 and 7 loved the episodes. If they get scared they come for a cuddle.

Anything they didn't understand, they asked mam or dad and we used the "We'll hopefully find out!"

It was the first time my son looked back at us opened mouthed when the Doc bought the farm.

Keith Lawler May 19, 2011 at 2:47 AM  

My two kids 4 and 7 loved the episodes. If they get scared they come for a cuddle.

Anything they didn't understand, they asked mam or dad and we used the "We'll hopefully find out!"

It was the first time my son looked back at us opened mouthed when the Doc bought the farm.

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