The Doctor’s Companion Ep. 200 – Looking Back at Eleven

doctorscompanionrssTwo hundred episode later and hosts Scott, Cassandra, and Nick discuss the era that started the show all the way back in 2009: the Eleventh Doctor. We start with our overall thoughts before breaking down every episode in the time of the Eleventh. Was is it a success? Was it a failure? What were our favorite and least favorite episodes? Where do we hope the show goes from here? Find out in the 200th episode of The Doctor’s Companion! And remember, BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!

NEXT: Peter Capaldi and “Deep Breath”!!

6 thoughts on “The Doctor’s Companion Ep. 200 – Looking Back at Eleven

  1. This was the best episode I think has even been done on this podcast. Even with the strange proliferation of sports analogies…

    • Thank you so much, Doc! We all really appreciate it!

      (And yeah, the sports analogies were weird. I’m not sure where those came from…)

  2. Great episode, especially since I’ve been listening since near the beginning as well. (I remember listening to Scott and his pre-MattSmith co-host, and when they would review a classic-Who story, I would be yelling at phone when would be getting it SO WRONG! 🙂 )

    one comment, though, and please take it a constructive criticism: everyone needs to stop saying “like” so much, especially Cassandra. it’s really really bad. extremely distracting.

  3. Excellent episode – you wrapped up the last three seasons nicely while still providing an decent amount of discussion about each episode. =)

    I have to say – Scott, when you mentioned about Clara being semi-meta in nature, I cheered out-loud. I’ve always had that sort of view for her and her echoes overall and I’ve never before heard anyone else make that same assertion. So that was awesome. lol

    Looking forward to hearing what you all have to say about the new episodes each week!

  4. If you’re terribly horrible gay fanfic comes true, I will never watch Doctor Who or Sherlock again

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