Thu, 26 March 2015
On this episode of The Web of Queer it’s the 10th anniversary of modern Doctor Who, and we celebrate by watching the 10th anniversary special! Since they didn't make a new one, it’s the classic story The Three Doctors, paired with our thoughts about what 10 years of New Who has given us personally and given to queer fandom in general.
In our The Three Doctors review, we give the Brig another go, discuss the three Doctors' dynamic, and think Omega needs an interior decorator. What does this next step in Timelord society tell us? And do specials really need a plot?
We then take a moment and reflect on what we have taken from the last ten years of Who and on what it has given to both general Who fandom and to the queer community. Friendship, representation on and off screen, and a mix bag of squishiness all reside within. What more could you as for?
01:06 The Three Doctors review
33:25 What new Who has given us
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Christopher Eccleston interview on BBC Breakfast (2005)
The Ballad Of Russel & Julie performed by John Barrowman, David Tennant and Catherine Tate
Opening and closing music:
Doctor Who In Dub 2010 by Smerins Anti-Social Club
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Category:general -- posted at: 2:35pm EST