DwarfCast 110 – Marooned Commentary DwarfCasts Posted by Jonathan Capps on 2nd July 2020, 12:02 Subscribe to DwarfCasts: RSS • iTunes IT. IS. DONE. Almost 14 years after Jonathan Capps and treachery’s Seb Patrick spoke over Thanks for the Memory from their little flat above an excellent curry house in London’s fashionable London, G&T’s three remaining survivors have ticked off the 52nd and final episode commentary of the BBC era. And we’ve saved a quite good one for last. So, join Ian Symes, Jonathan Capps and Danny Stephenson as they discuss Marooned, arguably the best episode from the slightly creaky but very beloved series III before offering their thoughts on the series as a whole before serving up a giant pile of waffles (men, Waffle Men). DwarfCast 110 – Marooned Commentary (86.3MB) So, if you’ve been paying any sort of attention recently you’ll be well aware that this milestone does not, in fact, spell the end for DwarfCasts as we have some big plans for the following months. We’re starting with the inaugural DwarfCast Book Club for episode #111 before pulling on our commentary wellies once more and wading into Twentica for episode #112. From there on we’ll be alternating betwixt DC/BC and commentaries until we either run out or something terrible happens. We’ll only be subjecting you to Waffle Men in the commentary episodes so we don’t need any fresh questions right away, but if you want to post one ready for the Twentica commentary, then here is as good a place as any. Show notes Did Marooned‘s dodgy CSO effect make John’s low list in High & Low: Special Effects? (no) The Arthur Matthews’ Father Ted character Ian was thinking of is called Mrs. Boyle, not Mrs. Dineen. The idiot. The full TOS archives of the Talkie Toaster interviews. Introducing the DwarfCast Book Club, our fortnightly read-along of them there Red Dwarf books. For however long you’ve been listening, thanks for sticking with us.