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Episode 133: Dr. Who and the 13th Doctor

Lez Geek Out!cast

Release Date: 09/16/2022

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This week, Andi can’t make it, so Lise talks to one of her friends about the British sci-fi television show Dr. Who. Nyssa (AKA Feverwood), a Dr. Who superfan, regales Lise with all the reasons why Dr. Who, in general, is a fantastic show, and why the thirteenth Doctor, in particular is so wonderful.

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Lise (MacTague) talks about how much she enjoyed the second season of Only Murders in the Building on Hulu.