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Dabir
Nov 10, 2012


Doctor Who, Love and Monsters. It's an episode about basically a Doctor Who fan club run by Peter Kay, who's playing a parody of the most irritating and unpleasant Doctor Who fan around. It turns out he's secretly a giant blob monster from the twin planet of the homeworld of a previously shown race that farts a lot, and he's absorbing the fan club into his body one by one. He's beaten by his powers overloading so he gets absorbed into the earth, then the Doctor resurrects his last victim as a paving slab with a face, and the episode ends with a joke about her and her boyfriend's sex life.

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Dabir
Nov 10, 2012


yeah to be clear: the enormous fat blob monster who serves as the episode's antagonist and ruins everything for everyone is based on a specific real person who self-identifies as a superfan, had a minor role in production back in the 80s and thinks everything since has been poo poo

Dabir
Nov 10, 2012


Significantly better than his other episode, the one about how Neil Gaiman really wishes he could write Borg stories for Star Trek, but that one isn't funny bad, just bad.

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