Sunday, October 11, 2015

At Last a Dragon

At last, it's At Last a Dragon! In a flashback to the early scheduling style of The Last Word Podcast, this one's been a while coming (we tend to blame the people renovating the flat next to Chris who are still constantly drilling holes into the wall). It's worth the wait, though, because this episode has it all! No newsroom! No sign of most of the regular cast! No comedy voice over on the end credits!

Hmm, that doesn't sound like "having it all" at all. In fact, that sounds like having far less than usual until you get stuck in and find there's genuine romance, and sentiment and an actual nice guy (rather than a Nice Guy™). Oh, and two children try to kill people with food while Colin dresses as an Arabian prince and Mr Sullivan clearly gets some.

What, or who, is the dragon? And is our would-be dragon-slayer successful once they lock horns? Guys, we've got so much to talk about. Get stuck into AT LAST A DRAGON.


  1. Just listening to your bit about the UK film classification system, and felt the need to correct you on a couple of points :)

    The original certificate 12 does still exist, and you *are* required to have an adult with you to see a 12A. The "A" stands for "adult", not "advisory".


  2. * "Required to have an adult with you" only if you're under 12, of course :)

  3. That's great. I've clearly got caught up in An assumption for years. I remember that they introduced 12 for video a while back and that this hasn't been revised to a 12A. Huge thanks for this, though. I genuinely like to be corrected when I'm wrong.