With Keir out of town on official (cough cough — DragonCon — cough cough) business, Jay and Haley set out to prove that they’re perfectly capable of playing a Whovian trivia game. This time, instead of naming the character who uttered a particular quotable line, they try and identify the specific episode it came from.
The Torchwood team squares off against a dark and dangerous interpretation of the faerie folk. But does anything actually change as a result of the confrontation?
Pitting our heroes against not one but two formidable adversaries, we look at the six-part coup d’êtat story that ends not only the 15th classic season, but a very important relationship as well. We discuss the unexpected nature of this “Agnew”-penned season closer, the ever-changing nature of the conflict that helps maintain interest through a six-part story, and the unusual performances of Baker and Jameson, given the timing of the production.
Power, Genesis, Asylum, Master Plan, Invasion…five decades of Dalek mayhem launches a lot of schemes for ultimate domination. What if we took a random term like “the marriage of”, and extracted a Dalek plot from it?
We test the limits of our “find the good in everything” zeitgeist as we press on through the fourth episode of Torchwood’s first season. It’s…a thing that aired.