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The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon: Episode 116: Logopolis

The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon: Episode 116: Logopolis (The Master of Dad Jokes)

Please attend carefully: Toni and Joe are joined by Ashley Raburn and Brian Snape of Harry Sullivan is an Imbecile to discuss the opposite of marriage counseling, the death of Doctor Whomst, and how entropy ties it all together in the Classic Doctor Who serial Logopolis. This episode is brought

The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon: Episode 90: The Robots of Death

The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon: Episode 90: The Robots of Death (Not My Robot Boy!)

Joe and Toni are joined by Ashley Raburn and R. Alan Siler of WHOlanta to rub a chub chub, throw hands, and discuss Dumb Investigations in the Classic Doctor Who serial The Robots of Death. This episode is brought to you by Friend of Rassilon, @bisexualbrigadier . If you’re interested in being a Friend of Rassilon, click here. Download • YouTube • RSS • Patreon • iTunes • Stitcher • Google Play • ESO Network

The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon Episode 61: The Curse of Peladon

The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon Episode 61: The Curse of Peladon (Ice Warriors Frown on Ice Clown)

Toni and Joe are joined by Peladon expert Ashley Raburn to discuss Space Politics! in the Aggedorable Classic Doctor Who serial The Curse of Peladon. This episode is brought to you by Friend of Rassilon @bisexualbrigadier. If you’re interested in being a Friend of Rassilon, click here. Download • YouTube •  Subscribe on Feedburner • Subscribe on iTunes • Patreon

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