Category: Thoughts.

Doctor Who Survey & Chance to Win $100 in WHO Merchandise!
Posted by Kyle Jones on October 20, 2017

If you're on this site and reading this article, chances are relatively high that you rank amongst Doctor Who fandom. And, what fan of our... [Read More]

We Have Regenerated
Posted by Kyle Jones on May 29, 2017

“Oh, so you’re a Doctor Who podcast?” The truthful answer: Yes, we are a Doctor Who podcast. But, from the very beginning, our goal... [Read More]

Capturing Sherlock Holmes
Posted by Lee Shackleford on January 29, 2017

When asked about Sherlock Holmes, I often find myself walking the proverbial tightrope while balancing my excitement for the character with... [Read More]

Contribute to the Discussing Who Holiday Episode
Posted by Discussing Who on December 14, 2016

The 2016 holiday season has arrived and we want YOUR help as we say goodbye to 2016 and hello to 2017! It's more than just something we say... [Read More]

How Narrative Helps Us Cope
Posted by Kyle Jones on December 3, 2016

The Doctor, in his Eleventh incarnation, said: “We’re all stories, in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?” Later, in his Twelfth... [Read More]

Doctor Who: Lessons At The End
Posted by Kyle Jones on October 3, 2016

We are all fans. Call us geeks. Call us fanboys/fangirls. Call us what you want...it doesn't change the fact that we are invested in our... [Read More]

When Will Class Air on BBC America?
Posted by Discussing Who on September 25, 2016

When will Class air on BBC America? Class begins in October. At least, Class airs in the UK, but fans of Doctor Who must wait until 2017... [Read More]

Lee and the Brain of Morbius
Posted by Kyle Jones on September 22, 2016

In episode 18 of Discussing Who we mention Mehendri Solon – specifically, Lee Shackleford mentions this character and his obsession... [Read More]

First Read — CRISIS on Infinite Earths: The Summoning
Posted by Clarence Brown on August 24, 2016

This experiment will play-out this laymen's view of a comic book event that happened over thirty years ago. [Read More]