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Talking TV Podcast (Pondcast?) Talks 'Doctor Who'

Date June 14, 2011
Talking TV Podcast (Pondcast?) Talks 'Doctor Who' A one-show podcast this time: Ryan McGee and I talk all 'Doctor Who,' all the time (well, not allthe time -- we clocked in at just under an hour this week).

We talk about the new season of 'Who' as a whole, we gab about the River Song revelation and 'A Good Man Goes to War' in detail, and we speculate about what may be next for Rory, Amy and the...

Talking TV Podcast (Pondcast?) Talks 'Doctor Who' A one-show podcast this time: Ryan McGee and I talk all 'Doctor Who,' all the time (well, not allthe time -- we clocked in at just under an hour this week).

We talk about the new season of 'Who' as a whole, we gab about the River Song revelation and 'A Good Man Goes to War' in detail, and we speculate about what may be next for Rory, Amy and the Doctor.

Did we mention that Rory is awesome? We also love the Victorian lizard lady and her plucky companion, who should get their own spinoff now (which someone on Twitter dubbed 'Cagney and Scaly'). In any event, it was a great end to an uneven season, all of which we discuss in the 'Who'-cast.

We're going to try to fit in a podcast later in the week talking about 'Falling Skies' and BBC America's 'Outcasts' and possibly 'The Voice.'

One final note about the 'Doctor Who' podcast, because I've gotten questions/clarifications about this on Twitter: We talk about the ganger/Flesh Amy in the podcast, and in case there's any confusion, we understood that the Amy on the TARDIS was the "real" Amy but a Flesh version of her. The main point we were trying to communicate in that discussion was that the Flesh/ganger story had been so poorly handled that that revelation turned out to be an anti-climactic one, if not an actively annoying one. We intellectually understand who that Amy was, but the sloppy, frustrating two hours it took to get there muted whatever impact that surprise could have had.

In any event, you can grab the podcast from iTunes (where you can also subscribe) or you can get the 'Doctor Who' discussion from the Talking TV home site.

Full archives of every 'Talking TV' podcast are available here. The entire 'Talking TV' archives are also available on iTunes. Our RSS feed is here.

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