This week, we chat with Allen Cohn and Erik Stuart, two of the ringleaders behind The Doctor When Game. As usual, bragging rights (no pun intended, RICH) to the first person who leaves a comment explaining what the title of this episode means.
(And stay tuned after our ending theme song--Samuel L. Jackson does not make an appearance, but we still think it's a pretty amusing anecdote.)
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00:59 - "chronological"
01:28 - who was on Doctor When GC? (see also: credits page)
03:17 - instigation, I mean inspiration
09:38 - did GC achieve their goals?
14:16 - FYI: Doctor When was not originally conceived as an overnight Game
17:58 - recruiting actors and others
22:06 - how was it, running two Game weekends back to back?
24:47 - what's next?
29:28 - (looking for The Game in all the wrong places)
30:16 - The End
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Music: instrumentals from "Code Monkey" and "The Future Soon" by Jonathan Coulton
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If you are gonna call me out, I may as well answer the challenge: it's an anagram of Doctor When Game Control, of course!
Nailed it. :)
"Cohn and crew gloom torte" except I never heard of a gloom torte before and-- Oh, I like Rich's answer better.
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