Epzode 10: THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS

The tenth epzode of Who Cares covered Doctor Who’s eleventh series finale; THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS.
How could such a finale be dealt with? The regular format would not do. The regular voices would not do. To catch a thief you must think like a thief. But how could it be emulated? What other episode would it have to be filtered through? Listen hopefully.  Who Cares will surprise you. Constantly.

CREDITS:
Ingiga
Broken Mirrors
Nilso
Hunter
Skelly
Nacho
Edited by Ingiga

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Neo’s cinegrid for THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS
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Neo’s barcode for THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS. Barcodes are every frame of a video compressed into a line, typically to compare colour palette patterns. The bottom version is further compressed to just indicate the dominant colour of a frame.

INGIGA’S EXTENDED TAKE

SHOW NOTES:

  • Mirrors’ sultry tones… (0:00)
  • Requiem for Series 11. (1:49)
  • THE BATTLE OF RANSKOOR AV KOLOS or THE WEDDING OF RIVER SONG – which was the better finale? (4:37)
  • “Planetary genocide…Tim Shaw, I didn’t like you then, but now…” (16:01)
  • “I think Sil might be a metaphor for something, but I’m not quite sure what…” (22:12)
  • “I saw a tweet…” (29:36)
  • “You have the Stenza, and the Tenza…” (30:26)
  • “I’m running on two hours of sleep and several milligrams of oxycodone..” (31:00)
  • “I don’t care about any other characters apart from Graham, #sorrynotsorry / We know, Nilso.” (36:59)
  • “There’s more scenes that support Rory being the Master than there are scenes that support Yaz being a character or a person at all.” (41:57)
  • Did Graham, in fact, become just like Tzim-Sha? (48:22)
  • The matter of Delph. Because, like you… (54:22)
  • “I’m more of a theological type, myself.” (58:26)
  • “Can you hear me?” (1:11:37)
  • “Uh…Ingeeega….could you cut what I’m about to say out of the final product?” (1:19:23)
  • “Eight out of ten episodes aired were phenomenal.” (1:23:38)
  • Ingiga’s soulful tones. (1:36:02)
  • Mirrors networks. (1:47:50)
  • The end is where we start from. (1:50:03)
  • The long way round. (1:55:27)
  • Post-credits scene. (1:58:34)

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