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I need a spinach detector to get all of my spinach organized. Coming soon from Big Finish Productions, for all your kitchen needs: Spinach Detectors. Joining their long and extensive line of kitchen equipment, like Potato Detectors, Beet Detectors, and angry Time Lord Detectors. Winter for the Adept written by Andrew Cartmel and released in July 20…
 
I think Kiyan spent a little too much time on knowyourmeme this week. So one time I was driving my car away from the shop after replacing my transmission fluid and Dom Toretto pulled up next to me. He rolled down his window, and I obliged the unspoken invitation to do the same. He had been looking for a challenge, he said, and offered to race me. I…
 
We call those MIMs in the business. I can’t even have any Earth Instinct Moments. You ever look at a bug and go “huh it’s 4 inches long and it’s bright red with black stripes, it’s probably harmless?” Well good news, you just had an Earth Instinct Moment. And you’re doing better than I am. It’s Red Dawn written by Justin Richards and released in Ma…
 
It’s kind of like the need for speed but more academic. So once upon a time I opened up a book. And I wanted to just go ahead and read it and be all chill. I sat down, I lit a candle. I fluffed up my couch cushion. And just as I started to read I felt an itching. A need. A need for cheese. It’s The Genocide Machine written by Mike Tucker and releas…
 
Damn, now I want Hot Chocolate. Conspiracies. Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without coming up with a new one every 4.6 seconds. Well, maybe that’s just me. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s just this week’s story, coming your way via our way courtesy once again of Big Finish. It’s all about conspiracies – actually just one conspiracy in particular, that…
 
Ever stop and wonder what your biggest fears in life are? Probably, but what about whether you yourself are someone or something’s biggest fear? Whether you yourself are stirring a pot of of warm, bubbly fear without even knowing it? Whether you may be called a true fearmonger, which, coincidentally, is the name of the audio we’re covering this wee…
 
I wish I had the common courtesy to die I wrote a Doctor Who fan fiction called “The Colony of the Dead” once. This is a true story, by the way. Anyway, I wrote it long before I knew this audio existed. It features the First Doctor in an icy wasteland where dead people are coming back to life. I’m pretty sure I still have it somewhere actually… It’…
 
Just drop that seaweed in the blender and blend it right up. Yum. Did you hear that? That noise. The one just behind you. The one that kind of sounded like a door opening. Nah, never mind, it probably wasn’t important. Probably just the wind. It’s Whispers of Terror, written by Justin Richards and released in November, 1999. Show-notes: 0:37: Ironi…
 
Alternate title: Hell Yeah, Mark Strickson! We were less enthusiastic about old Mark after we learned he was maybe possibly theoretically hypothetically a redhead, but also not one at the same time. Got give it up to him though. He was pretty fantastic in this story. Or should I say phantastic, with a “ph?” Probably not because it’s not spelled wit…
 
Nothing more grating than a cheese grater, especially when you’re using it to grate yourself. Going to town with it on your own body. Turning yourself into a bloody pulp if you know what I’m saying. Tearing your flesh to shreds if you catch my drift. Permanently maiming yourself in the most hideous and painful way possible if you get my meaning. Th…
 
Did you know that Sea Devils actually have major hops? This week we return to the podcast that kicked off everything. It’s the moment that started everything, Trust Your Doctor, coming back for its triumphant return. Unfortunately, its to cover an episode that is… less than triumphant if we do say so. It’s Legend of the Sea Devils, written by Ella …
 
Topic of the week: hiatuses. I’m kind of confused about this episode actually. The explanation for the super strength is the fact that people’s nervous systems were super charged, but does that also mean they got stuffed with thirty kilos of C4? Because some of those explosions were absolutely bananas. No way there wasn’t some accelerant involved. …
 
This week on Space Inevitable: A Space Sci-Fi Space Podcast. I’m ready for my close up, are you? Cuz this week the aliens are coming in full force to take some snaps of us while we podcast. That’s right, real live aliens are currently taking pictures of us right now. You could be their next feature, their next cover model! So you better make sure y…
 
Our audio tracks somehow got slightly misaligned in this episode, so the conversation is a little off. Sorry. I never realized triangles could be squares you know? In the future, I think we should aim to reduce the number of sides in a polygon, rather than increasing. So that would be the triangle would go to… the biangle? Which is possible, just n…
 
This week we learned not to plant seeds in Straker’s head. Sometimes I wonder if maybe the biggest threat to SHADO is Straker himself. So many of the things he does seem to be the detriment to the organization as a whole, it’s a hard theory to ignore. Should Straker be replaced? Was Paul onto something in Kill Straker? Find out this week, on Destru…
 
Something something title of this episode something something Freeman Apologist. Look if I had a sub as a kid, I would smash it too. Actually, I have this Lego set of the Beatles Yellow Submarine, and when I got it and I used to have this obsession with taking it apart and rebuilding it. I got to the point where I could basically rebuild it from me…
 
Something something, we didn’t even make an Eldrad Must Die reference somehow. Honestly, with a name like Straker, it’s not too hard to comprehend why people would want to kill him. I mean, it’s such a pretentious name. Just listen to it as it rolls off the tongue. Straker. It’s harsh. Arrogant. Bombastic. Not saying we should kill Straker, just sa…
 
I used to have ESP, then I took an arrow to the brain. Can’t believe I just unironically referenced Skyrim in the episode description. When was the last time that was even relevant? Would you consider magical mind reading as ESP? That feels like a whole new can of worms that I’ll leave closed for now. You’re welcome. It’s ESP, written by Alan Fenne…
 
I have plenty of questions about this episode, to be honest. Look, if I’m being straight with you, I always go into every episode of UFO with a bunch of questions. Dozens of them. Hundreds even. And every time the episode answers every single one of them. Can you believe that? Really just proves how good of a show this is. It’s A Question of Priori…
 
This week on Inevitable: mild conflict over whether this episode is good or not. Was Conflict good? Was it bad? Don’t worry, it’s all up to you. We just sit here and talk about the episode for an hour and that’s about all we’re good at, if you think about it. We can really lay on those plot summaries like nobody else. Enough talk, it’s Conflict, wr…
 
Today’s not-title title: “The Huskies of the Cat World”. I have an aunt who has a Husky, actually. She’s really cute. The dog. Although, to be fair I guess, I’ve never actually met the dog since she got it after the last time we visited the country. The dog could be a ferocious killer for all I know. It’s The Cat With Ten Lives, written by David To…
 
UFO really gunning for the Prisoner too with these one word titles. Inevitable has a one word title too, actually. In a way. I mean, Inevitable is a single word, but we have a sub title too. A sub title about this podcast being about this podcast allegedly being about sci fi or something like that. I dunno, that’s what I’m told this show is about. …
 
It’s like putting on your old comforting sweater. “I know what a god damn Tesco express is”. These are the fateful words that mark our journey into the depths of 1970’s British television once again. If there are people more well versed, more well studied, in old British sci-fi television than we are and is under the age of 30, then let us know. Be…
 
If this had a title, it would be “The Illuminati-esque Drawings of a Four Year Old” We have a tendency here at Decorative Vegetable towers to use the suffix “-esque” to describe things. We’ve done it on Trust Your Doctor (“PJ Hammond-esque”) and here on Inevitable (also “PJ Hammond-esque”), and now we do it once more. No, we didn’t use “PJ Hammond-…
 
Warning: this episode is filled with deceit I don’t know what exactly we’re deceiving you about but I know it’s somewhere in this episode. If you end up figuring out what it is, please let me know. Our email address is at the end of the episode, so just listen until then and you can get it for yourself. It’s The Deceivers, written by Matthew Graham…
 
I think we should rename ourselves to Podcasting Overlords. Isn’t it weird how the word “lord” is used in a lot of sci-fi? Like Time Lords… Overlords… Lords of Time…. lords… Look this was a way better point when I started this sentence than when I finished it. So you’re just going to have to pretend to agree with me. It’s The Overlords, written by …
 
Apple still doesn’t like “episode 0.” This season we’re doing Childhood’s End, the classic SyFy tv show. You know, from 2015? The classic! It’s basically already immortalized in the science-fiction canon. I mean, the book certainly is, but probably not the TV show. Yet. Well anyway we also announce that we’re doing UFO as soon as we finish this sea…
 
I suppose there are worse things to have on the brain. It’s Eve of the Daleks, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 1, 2022 Show-notes: 2:55: For some reason I will take this opportunity to link you to our Heaven Sent episode, over a year ago! 4:00: Not gonna link this. 8:01: Jar Jar Binks is canon to the Doctor Who universe. 20:02: Here’…
 
And in the end…. The people you kill are equal to the people you save. Or something like that. That’s how the song goes right? Because we’re at the end of another show and I really need to make hip topical references so the kids think I’m cool and stuff. Which means referencing hip cool trendy current music. It’s Serenity (2005), written by Joss Wh…
 
Quote of the week: “The whole podcast is a sham held together by dreams.” We’re almost at the end of Season 7 of Inevitable. Inevitable has already outlasted all of the shows we’ve watched on this show. Including Lexx. At least in terms of number of seasons, so take that, Lexx. It’s Objects in Space, written by Joss Whedon and aired on December 13,…
 
You heard it here first, from the podcast that the show is based on rather than the other way around ™. The end of our first season that we podcasted along with the episodes as they aired. So that’s gotta be something important in our history right? And three episodes from now we’ll basically have finished up this whole era on the podcast, with our…
 
I don’t have a heart of gold, I have a heart of silver. What is a heart of silver, you ask? Well I’m glad you’re curious because frankly I am too. What the hell does it mean to have a heart of silver? I just kind of made it up on the spot to try and be witty for the podcast, but I don’t think it’s working. In fact I’m literally making it worse the …
 
Trust Your Doctor normally has insane ideas, but this time they’ve gone too far. We’re rapidly closing in on the end of possibly the whirl windiest season of Doctor Who ever written. It’s bizarre, it’s amazing, it’s huge. It’s everything you ever wanted from a Doctor Who story. Or at least, that’s what the boys over at Trust Your Doctor think. I me…
 
I’m sending out an SOS. I hope that someone gets my message in a bottle. Yeah I just quoted a Police song in the podcast description. What are you gonna do about it? That’s right, nothing cuz the version of me that wrote this is long moved past this joke by the time you read this. It’s The Message, written by Joss Whedon and Tim Minear and aired on…
 
Well, I suppose it was worth a shot trying to get him to take it back. (Editor’s note: No.) We somehow went this entire episode without making a “Children of the Stones” joke. Can you believe that? I can’t believe that. We made a dozen of those jokes while we were watching the episode, so the fact that we didn’t make a single one in the episode is …
 
Something something wish dot com tactical jacket. Look I’ll give it to you straight doc, I don’t know what to write here. I could make a bunch of jokes about trash but Kiyan made most of them in the episode. Ok so did I, I made a bunch of those jokes too. So it seems kind of overplayed now, I don’t want to beat the dead horse, you know? This nonsen…
 
1 step forward, 23597908945832974317590327591375932175 steps back. Have you ever seen that Disney Christmas special, “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas?” I remember owning it on DVD as a kid, but I actually for some reason remember thinking that the sequel, “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas” was better. I don’t know why I remember this. I’m not sure an…
 
If I could have titled this episode, it would have been titled “The Absolution of Jayne Cobb” (Editor’s note: I like “Toiling Down Memory Lane” better.) Once upon a time I fought in a war. I mean, not really. I couldn’t even comprehend what it would be like to fight in a war. I’m actually a vehement pacifist. That last statement is true, by the way…
 
Come one, come all, come and see the magical flux repellent shields on the Luparian fleet. Flux repellent sounds like some sort of AXE body spray knock off. Did the UK have the phase where every middle schooler ever wore AXE? Cuz we certainly had it over here in the US and some might argue that we never really even escaped that period even tho we l…
 
Yeah, just to confirm, I still think of the font when I read this title. The font is actually spelled totally differently, you know. It’s spelled like Arial, whereas this episode actually is spelled like the name of the little mermaid, Ariel. Just wanted to make sure I put that information out into the world. It’s Ariel, written by Jose Molina and …
 
Does every culture have a Steve Jobs analogue? This episode, both the TV episode and our podcast episode, are a little bit chaotic. We drop a lot of theories on this episode, amazingly they’re all probably going to be wrong. At the same time, can yo believe that? I can. We’re known for it at this point. (Just kidding). Anyway, it’s The Halloween Ap…
 
I almost ran out of gas getting to the gas station the other day. So I’m pretty sure I have a 10 gallon tank and somehow the other day I put 10.2 gallons in my car. Either I somehow have a larger tank or I overfilled the car. Or, by some miracle, my car was literally running on fumes. Look there must be a simple explanation to this but for some rea…
 
We’re back, again! It hasn’t been that long, just 4 months or so, but we’re finally back. Unlike the actual Doctor Who, we didn’t take a massive like 10 year hiatus. But we’re back to podcast along with Doctor Who: Series 13: Flux. Or whatever the heck they’ve decided to call it. Show-notes: You need show-notes for this? Doctor Who © The BBC Any ot…
 
Apparently “Jaynestown” is frequently featured on “wtf is this in Firefly” lists. [Editor’s note: I assume that Dylan assumed that I would add more to this intro. Little did he know that I’m actually going to add nothing to it at all… wait, damn!] It’s Jaynestown, written by Ben Edlund and aired on October 18, 2002 Show-notes: 2:30: Ben Edlund real…
 
Can you imagine if one of us just showed up to the podcast one day and got married for doing it? Look so once upon a time I’m sitting there and wait a minute I realized I started a description almost exactly the same way already this season on Inevitable. Shoot, I’m losing my touch and my creativity. It’s Our Mrs. Reynolds, written by Joss Whedon a…
 
Kiyan, as soon as we finish: Why the hell was this episode titled “Safe” anyway? One day I’d like to be safe. Safe from all of this nonsense that we have to face in the world. Mostly the nonsense of the podcast. Every morning I wake up remembering that this is my life’s work, that this is what I’ll be remembered for when I’m gone. Sobering thoughts…
 
The titles of these episodes are wack. Like who the hell says “shindig” anymore? So I went to a party the other week right, and I was having a good time. Then all of a sudden I look over and out of the corner of my eye some lunatic just punches another guy in the face? What the heck was that? Anyway, I didn’t think too much more about it, I was onl…
 
I’ve never been bushwhacked, but I have been whacked. Unfortunately. (Editor’s note: wack.) Now I’m pretty sure being bushwhacked just means you get whacked while you’re in a bush. I was in the mafia for a day, I can guarantee this is correct. Whenever my underboss would come to me to tell me to bushwhack someone this is exactly what he told me. Pr…
 
Did you know Kiyan and I once wrote a whole outline for a story about a guy robbing a train? This week we prove that watching Firefly was not a hoax of… weakly epic proportions. That’d actually be a terrible hoax, it’s a sci-fi show, why wouldn’t we watch it? Well good news is that by the time I’m writing this we’ve even recorded episode 3. Wow! It…
 
Is Joss Whedon an auteur? Those are the fateful lines that begin our journey into this cult favourite television show. Some might even say beloved. Will we agree with this premise? Only time will tell for sure, and at this moment we’ve only watched single damn episode of the show so how the hell should I know? It’s Firefly episode 1: Serenity, not …
 
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