Tim recaps Watchers on the Couch in 2018, and gives some updates on what’s to come.
Someone is trying way too hard to be a junior level David Lynch, in an otherwise amazing episode. Is the show finally hitting stride now that it’s only inches away from the finish line? Sarah and Tim give you the rundown of the episode and discuss THAT scene.
In case you missed it, our Watchers at the Movies episode for Fantastic Beasts 2 is out. Next week we’ll announce the December episode, which we’ve narrowed down to Aquaman and Once Upon a Deadpool. Be sure to vote on this week’s Twitter poll.
Now that December's here we really need to decide which movie we're going to talk about this month. We've tallied our votes from around our socials, and it's between #Aquaman and #OnceUponADeadpool! We'll announce the winner on the #DoctorWho series finale episode next week. 🙂
— Watchers On Couch (@wotcpod) December 8, 2018
Tim and Sarah recap and review episodes 7 and 8 of the 11th Series of Doctor Who. In “Who News” we have updates on Series 12 and a boatload of unsubstantiated rumors. Click through to our website, our show notes are loaded this week!
Debby, Nick, Tim and Sarah dive into the Wizarding World after seeing the latest film in the Fantastic Beast series. We discuss our favorite beasts, the sudden change in the pronunciation of Grindlewald, and, of course, more bad theater patrons!
With the Thanksgiving holiday (and preparations leading up to it) we haven’t had time to get our Kerblam episode out in a timely matter. Instead, next week’s episode Sarah and I will cover both “Kerblam!” and “The Witchfinders.”
Hold on to your pajamas! We’re halfway through the season, but according to Doctor Boo Hoo, some people are through with Who altogether. Tim introduces Doctor Woo Hoo as he and Sarah discuss the latest episode of General Space Hospital.
Debby and Chris return to Castle Rock once more to try and make some sense for you fine listeners with the assistance of Marc Bernardin. He didn’t come on the show, but he might as well have! He gives some answers and they are going to relay them to you. Deal?
The worst season of Doctor Who ever?! According to Doctor Boo Hoo, it may be. Tim and Sarah discuss the episode “Rosa,”and debate having a socially important episode against a Doctor Who episode where the Doctor doesn’t (and arguably shouldn’t) do much of anything.
Or was what should have been an important and powerful episode the victim of lazy writing?