SAM: And now, we continue our wonderful Technicolour journey through the Peter Cushing Dalek movies, still accompanied by the incomparable Jake Black (go buy The Book of the Peace, people) – with the second and last movie. A retelling of The Dalek Invasion of Earth, but with more Wilfred Mott. And, apparently, if Jake hasn’t lied to us, a lot more weird goofy shit. Are you excited? I’m excited.
KEVIN: It has Bernard Cribbins and we have Jake, I’m excited!
JAKE: Thanks for having me again guys! One last thing to remember though, not only do we have Bernard Cribbins, but Barbara is replaced by the Doctor’s niece Louise in this film! For some reason. Susan’s still here though.
KEVIN: I like how that implies that the Doctor has a sibling to have a niece. Irving Braxiatel is film canon.
SAM: Doesn’t Missy mention having a daughter in The Witch’s Familiar, too? Just sayin’ …
KEVIN: THE DOCTOR AND MASTER ARE NOT SIBLINGS NOOOOOOO
JAKE: Sacha Dhawan would have Leekley-flavored words with you.
SAM: Maybe they’re just friends! Y’know, the way you introduce your fuckbuddy as “uncle something” to your children. Probably. I don’t have children.
JAKE: The Master as played by Christopher Lee and Braxiatel as played by Vincent Price.
SAM: No need to … Hammer it home, Jake …
KEVIN: We’ve not started yet and you’re already both cancelled.Continue reading