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LESBIAN TALK - Episode #68: Defending the New Doctor

This week, your timeless hosts The Omega Geek and Diamanda Hagan engage in their tradition of covering important episodes of Doctor Who the very night they air!  And of course, that mean’s that this week’s podcast is all about Peter Capaldi’s debut as The Doctor, “Deep Breath”.

With consideration for those who have yet to see it, this post won’t go too far into what has been discussed, but expect to hear Hagan being the way she usually is about all things Who, expect Omega to disagree while still coming up with significant improvements on the writing, some predictions, background information, fridge logic and absolutely nothing about the Michigan Women’s Festival!

Lesbian Talk can be found on The Omega’s SiteRTgomer Productions, and Hagan’s Wordpress. 

Now up on TGWTG for your rating and commenting pleasure. Join the Doctor Who discussion in progress!

Now on TGWTG: A Quick Guide To Classic Who - Season 19 (The fifth Doctor)

It’s time for the big site to get caught up with the quick guide!
Diving head-first into the era of Davison, Hagan highlights what made this doctor different, what he brought to the table, and, more importantly, what he was missing. She also finds regenerating shoes, more Master hijinks, culture potpourri, a kinda surprise, iconic prop destruction, dancing, companion trashing, Cybermon, and more!

Rate, Comment and kill Adric!

'Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps'…do you know the origin of that saying?…It was actually a parody, because the point was that you CANNOT pull yourself up by your bootstraps, it's physically impossible. They were PARODYING social conservatives.
Diamanda Hagan, Lesbian Talk Episode #63 (via beckyhop)

Don’t move! It’s….

LESBIAN TALK - Episode #68: Defending the New Doctor

This week, your timeless hosts The Omega Geek and Diamanda Hagan engage in their tradition of covering important episodes of Doctor Who the very night they air!  And of course, that mean’s that this week’s podcast is all about Peter Capaldi’s debut as The Doctor, “Deep Breath”.

With consideration for those who have yet to see it, this post won’t go too far into what has been discussed, but expect to hear Hagan being the way she usually is about all things Who, expect Omega to disagree while still coming up with significant improvements on the writing, some predictions, background information, fridge logic and absolutely nothing about the Michigan Women’s Festival!

Lesbian Talk can be found on The Omega’s SiteRTgomer Productions, and Hagan’s Wordpress. The MP3 version will soon be available on Thatguywiththeglasses.com 

Behind the Scenes: Religious Superheroes from the “The Passion Of The Christ” Review

In Diamanda Hagan’s The Passion Of The Christ Review, the bit about Muhammad and Jesus Christ as superheroes was originally planned to be a double-pronged punchline, with “Jesus vs. Muhammad” being the first picture, and the Justice League of Spiritual Leaders (Or JLFaith) being the second. Hagan felt that the gag worked better with just the latter picture, so the first got cut.

So, as an exclusive behind the scenes feature for All Hail The Lecher Bitch, here’s the cut photoshop image in all of it’s glory, alongside it’s more fortunate sibling. 

It’s worth pointing out that Hagan had specific ideas about the depictions of the heroic combatants, based on their abilities and lore of their individual religions. Jesus’ attire is based on the idea that he’s a builder and creator, and his hammer is cross-shaped. Muhammad is based on early depictions, his face is pure light and the writing on his chest says “Peace” Neither was to appear villainous. 

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LESBIAN TALK - Episode #67: The Podcast Who Waited

This week, your thoughtful hosts The Omega Geek and Diamanda Hagan pass the time waiting for important things by talking about other important things. First off, there is a quick look at the situation in Ferguson, followed by a look back at the life and work of Robin Williams and some views on the circumstances of his passing.

Moving on to lighter matters, in One Time At The Store, Omega talks about what happens when parents lose track of their offspring while shopping for books.

In this week’s Doctor Who spotlight, it’s the last look back before the rise of Capaldi. This time, it’s one of the better episodes of the Matt Smith era: The Girl Who Waited. Hear about the good, the bad, the paradox and the inspirations - As usual, dating back to the classic era.

And finally, hexapedal conversationalist Giovanni Jones ignores the risk of being cloned to bring you a question of very american legalities.

Lesbian Talk can be found on The Omega’s SiteRTgomer Productions, and Hagan’s Wordpress. The MP3 version will soon be available on Thatguywiththeglasses.com 

Now up on TGWTG for MP3 download, rating and commenting! 

But before you do, take a moment to consider this message from Omega, just in case:

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Backseat Critique: Dark Dungeons

Join Diamanda Hagan and Robyn The Minion as they enter a dark world of unspeakable, satanic evil… TABLETOP RPGs! Only one movie is brave enough to relay the unshakable truth that was previously illustrated by one Jack Chick. And only one team of reviewers is strong enough to behold the shocking truth without falling prey to the lure of magical powers of pure evil.. or are they?

Now up on TGWTG. Go rate and comment, if you like!

A Quick Guide To Classic Who: Season 24 (The Seventh Doctor)

It’s time for Diamanda Hagan to look at the final one of the classic Doctors. In Sylvester McCoy’s inaugural season, she encounters better companions, a slow crawl of quality, prototypical concepts, yet more robots and future fascists, not-Mister Freeze, inexplicable events, departures, returns, and more!

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The Quick Guide is reaching it’s final stretch as Diamanda Hagan illuminates the the first season of the last Doctor of the original run.

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BORN AMONGST MUCH TUMULT ON AUGUST 13TH, 2014. WELCOME TO YOUR STAGE, GREY.