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Blake: your favourite scene?
BradPaula
As Joe Dredd stated, Gareth Thomas was amazing as the scared and tired Blake. The somewhat different take on the role was a breath of fresh air to the series and character. Too bad he was killed off at the end... spoilers! Gareth once told us at a con that he pitched the idea of the older and jaded bounty hunter as a new series to the BBC, but of course they ignored the idea. Too bad as it may have been an interesting show.

The other favorite moment in 'Blake' was when Tarrant crashes the ship and he does the same stunt as one of the extras did in Terminal whilst on Liberator- the sliding down the broken ships beam with hands over the head. It always seemed to be a lot of fun for Tarrant to do that stunt. Unfortunately, I've never asked Steven about it.
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dragonq
Oddly enough, since I am not a great Tarrant fan, I think that the crash of Scorpio with Tarrant at the helm is one of the most effective scenes in this episode. It is the first indication that everything is going to end really badly, and Tarrant does the classic WWII pilot thing (holding the plane on course while everyone else bails out) really well. After some wimpy Tarrant episodes (Warlord, Assassin come to mind) it's good to see him back on form.
 
littlesue
dragonq wrote:

Oddly enough, since I am not a great Tarrant fan, I think that the crash of Scorpio with Tarrant at the helm is one of the most effective scenes in this episode. It is the first indication that everything is going to end really badly, and Tarrant does the classic WWII pilot thing (holding the plane on course while everyone else bails out) really well. After some wimpy Tarrant episodes (Warlord, Assassin come to mind) it's good to see him back on form.


That scene was in the trailer for B7 that evening and I recall running out to the kitchen informing Hubby that something happens to Tarrant!!!

I had no idea what was coming!!!!!!!!
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mrsbookmark
dragonq wrote:

Oddly enough, since I am not a great Tarrant fan, I think that the crash of Scorpio with Tarrant at the helm is one of the most effective scenes in this episode. It is the first indication that everything is going to end really badly, and Tarrant does the classic WWII pilot thing (holding the plane on course while everyone else bails out) really well. After some wimpy Tarrant episodes (Warlord, Assassin come to mind) it's good to see him back on form.


I never really liked Tarrant until that scene, when his character seemed to solidify. Of course, it was the end.
 
Travisina
mrsbookmark wrote:

I never really liked Tarrant until that scene, when his character seemed to solidify. Of course, it was the end.

We also get a good amount of Soolin backstory in the final two eps. Shame it came so late, the character has - had - such potential.
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sweevo
By that point in the series, the central characters were Avon and Vila, so any backstory on any other character was a Godsend.
 
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