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rfs404In the dog days before the wondrous rapture that is the Gallifrey convention in the greater Los Angeles area, the news was sparse and the fans were restless. However, the reveal of Peter Capaldiā€™s 12th Doctor costume sparked not only excitement and fevered speculation across Who fandom but was also the cause of an ill-advised tangent on cosplay by Warren, Steven, and Chris, who know less than nothing about such matters and have been replaced by trained seals in 6th Doctor costumes. Next week, the semi-demi-official Gallifrey 2014 preview episode! But for now, a commentary by the Three Who Rule for “The Day of the Doctor”!
Show Notes:

- Peter Capaldi’s…Costume!
- An Adventure in Space and Time…Soundtrack!
- Big Finish…Wins Fictitious Awards!
- Gallifrey One…Update!

Commentary:
- The Day…of the Doctor!

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Shelley Lee (@tardisblue1963) says:

    Listening to the Day of the Doctor with the three who rule almost made me wish you had done a live commentary on the 23rd of November. However, it was a fun revisit of one of the greatest theater experiences of my life. It is nice that love for this story hasn’t dimmed. I am not sure how many times I’ve watched it, but I fall in love with it again every time. I agree with Warren about Tom Baker’s appearance. It must warm the coldest of hearts. I’m looking forward to the Gally shows so that I can once more experience it vicariously through you guys.

  2. Dottoressa says:

    Hey guys, great episode once again. I went to the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in Melbourne on Saturday and it might interest you to know that they fully integrated Paul McGann’s regeneration and the War Doctor into the montage of all the Docs. Another special thing was a message from Tom Baker … his usual rambling loveliness. Hope you in Canadia get to see the concerts at some stage – exciting to be part of a very diverse and enthusiastic 5,500-strong audience.


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