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Mrs_Underhill
Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Poor Avon looks sick when he realises he has been betrayed...

He doesn't like being betrayed, does he...? Angry


He really really doesn't take it well. Which puts Tynus in a certain category... Have to admit after watching this episode I really wondered about the nature of Tynus former relationship with Avon.
 
One Spare Part
Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!

Did we go to the same school? Lol
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Mrs_Underhill
Ohh, the young guy working for Tynus is going to get infected! And I really liked him!

This whole thing made me pity ants and such which we exterminate on a regular basis.
 
Ellen York
meegat39 wrote:

Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!


I remember that awful stuff. It didn't wipe either, just smeared stuff around


Must be a UK thing. I've never seen loo paper that could double as tracing paper. It sounds horrible and uncomfortable Sad
 
Mrs_Underhill
Poor Dr #2...
 
Lurena
I don't trust that Tynus; his welcoming Avon was too overdone.
But I'm afraid Avon is naive here.
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Nixxie
Endemic wrote:

That book looks like the BBC Basic programing manuals. :-)


Yes! I had a bbc b growing up & my brother and I would copy out programmes from a book like that to make our own games etc.
 
Mrs_Underhill
"We shall see who has an accident". Chills.

And Tynus with some puny things. Avon said get him a big one, you dummy! Not that it matters anymore. Sad
 
One Spare Part
Ellen York wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!


I remember that awful stuff. It didn't wipe either, just smeared stuff around


Must be a UK thing. I've never seen loo paper that could double as tracing paper. It sounds horrible and uncomfortable Sad

Horrible and uncomfortable? That was the brand name!!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
meegat39
Mrs_Underhill wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Poor Avon looks sick when he realises he has been betrayed...

He doesn't like being betrayed, does he...? Angry


He really really doesn't take it well. Which puts Tynus in a certain category... Have to admit after watching this episode I really wondered about the nature of Tynus former relationship with Avon.


Well although it's fun to speculate I think it was the betrayal of trust. Avon doesn't trust people easily so it hurts all the more when that trust is mistaken...
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Nixxie
One Spare Part wrote:

Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!

Did we go to the same school? Lol


I sadly think it was a universal this. I went to 2 primaries & 1 middle school which all used it & my brother went to different ones & they used it too.
 
Ellen York
Lurena wrote:

Mrs_Underhill wrote:

What's weird to me was that Blake was the one to think about airborne angle and not Dr B who's the medical professional you know.

Blake already showed his knowledge of bio mechanism. He must be a wonder man knowing about so many various things like history, weaponry, space vessels, philosophy and more.
And even after him being mind swiped. Or did he refill his mind in a magical way?


Maybe the wiped areas of his brain had to be refilled with information so he ended up with loads of eclectic knowledge.
 
Endemic
Nixxie wrote:

Endemic wrote:

That book looks like the BBC Basic programing manuals. :-)


Yes! I had a bbc b growing up & my brother and I would copy out programmes from a book like that to make our own games etc.


I had a rubber-keyed ZX Spectrum 48K, but I remember those BBC manuals from school. :-)
 
Mrs_Underhill
Ah and here Tynus is shown to be a traitor not just to Avon. He was telling Dr B that if Dr B doesn't sort the situation out Tynus would report him to the authorities.

But mind you, those betrayals of Tynus are both stem from his fear for his life. Which is the topic of the episode.
 
One Spare Part
He is gonna jab someone with that gun!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Nixxie
Ellen York wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!


I remember that awful stuff. It didn't wipe either, just smeared stuff around


Must be a UK thing. I've never seen loo paper that could double as tracing paper. It sounds horrible and uncomfortable Sad


yes on both accounts!!
 
Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Nixxie wrote:

that paper looks like that horrid loo paper which we also used as tracing paper as kids!!


I remember that awful stuff. It didn't wipe either, just smeared stuff around


Must be a UK thing. I've never seen loo paper that could double as tracing paper. It sounds horrible and uncomfortable Sad

Horrible and uncomfortable? That was the brand name!!

Izal, that was it. Wretched stuff.
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littlesue
It was Izal, or similiar. At least it was a bit better than the cut up newspaper my grandparents used to put on string in their outdoor loo!!!!
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Lurena
TYNUS It's nothing personal.
AVON I shall try not to hold it against you.
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Mrs_Underhill
Oh no, the young guy is crawling like a fly with wings torn off.

Or damn! Such an intense scene!

This smile...
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