Eddie

Episode 73 – Hustle Time!

Eddie, Andy and Martin are ready to pull a caper.  Join them and discover how they steal a hour of your time without you ever noticing how.  And maybe, just maybe, you’ll find out a bit about Time Heist and one or two rather convincing theories about series 8. Get in quick before you lose the shirt of your back (and have to buy a Savior of Fandom T-Shirt).

22 – Anderson bought it, but he wouldn’t want that to spoil Christmas

Its a full house in the podcast over the holidays, as Derek, Eddie, Andy, Alan and Kyle all get together to talk about the Xmas special, The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe.   And Andy has a real problem with the title…

19 – Look at the coat, not the face

After an unexpected delay (sadly caused by real life intruding in the edit schedule, combined with Alan’s PC going on the blink), the Outpost Skaro Podcast returns to discuss the final series of Sarah Jane Adventures, and have a natter about one of the more popular forum topics of the last few weeks (at least, it was when we recorded the podcast): the 50th anniversary and the possibility of recasting.  Good idea, or bad idea?  Andy, Derek, Alan and Eddie all share their thoughts.

Episode 17 – Closing Time

A bumper cast joined the recording this week, as Alan found himself joined by Derek, Andy and also Eddie to chat about the penultimate episode of series 6.  With the return of James Corden as Craig, the Cybermats, and also a killer cliffhanger for the finale, there was plenty to discuss.

Sadly this episode was recorded prior to the announcement of the axing of Confidential (more on that in the next episode), which was a real shame, since the guys did have a few problems with Confidential that week.  Oops.

The Girl Who Waited

Sitting down to discuss the latest episode of Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited, Alan forgets to introduce himself, and then is joined by Derek and Eddie in a conversation that gets entirely too distracted by the colour of Amy’s hair…

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