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41st Anniversary Rewatch - C13 Terminal
Hugbot
JustBrad wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

Servalan upon teleporting on Liberator 'What a dump!'

Maybe she wondered if they had used the services of a new (and very bad) interior decorator.


Vila?

I was more thinking of Piri (the ... ahem ... actress now works as an interior decorator).
 
One Spare Part
The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
JustBrad
Hugbot wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

The teleport survival of Servalan / Sleer never made sense... And yet there are good escape pods right down the hall.

The 'explanation' with the surge and the far distant teleport really doesn't make sense ... a much better solution wouold have been to say that she teleported to a waiting ship in the vicinity. After all, she must have had a means of transportation apart from the wreck destroyed in the beginning of Rescue.


Turns out she teleported to Dorian's ship, and traded him her teleport bracelet for passage to a Fed World.
There was a young man
From Cork who got Limericks
And Haikus confused.
 
trevor travis
Hugbot wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

The teleport survival of Servalan / Sleer never made sense... And yet there are good escape pods right down the hall.

The 'explanation' with the surge and the far distant teleport really doesn't make sense ... a much better solution wouold have been to say that she teleported to a waiting ship in the vicinity. After all, she must have had a means of transportation apart from the wreck destroyed in the beginning of Rescue.


The teleport controls were set on Terminal. Given the ship has just started to move, presumably she was teleported to somewhere else on Terminal. Maybe she was lucky and was teleported relatively close to her OTHER ship on Terminal (the serviceable one rather than the booby-trapped one she left for the crew).
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

The teleport survival of Servalan / Sleer never made sense... And yet there are good escape pods right down the hall.

The 'explanation' with the surge and the far distant teleport really doesn't make sense ... a much better solution wouold have been to say that she teleported to a waiting ship in the vicinity. After all, she must have had a means of transportation apart from the wreck destroyed in the beginning of Rescue.


The teleport controls were set on Terminal. Given the ship has just started to move, presumably she was teleported to somewhere else on Terminal. Maybe she was lucky and was teleported next to her OTHER ship on Terminal (the serviceable one rather than the booby-trapped one she left for the crew).

Or if not next to, close enough that she found it first.
 
Hugbot
One Spare Part wrote:

The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.

They left a lot of loopholes for a possible continuation (this line, the talk of the other ship, Servalan running for the teleport etc.).
Glad they did.
 
trevor travis
stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

The teleport survival of Servalan / Sleer never made sense... And yet there are good escape pods right down the hall.

The 'explanation' with the surge and the far distant teleport really doesn't make sense ... a much better solution wouold have been to say that she teleported to a waiting ship in the vicinity. After all, she must have had a means of transportation apart from the wreck destroyed in the beginning of Rescue.


The teleport controls were set on Terminal. Given the ship has just started to move, presumably she was teleported to somewhere else on Terminal. Maybe she was lucky and was teleported next to her OTHER ship on Terminal (the serviceable one rather than the booby-trapped one she left for the crew).

Or if not next to, close enough that she found it first.


Yes, quicker than the ex-Libby crew.
 
littlesue
Well thank you for a lovely rewatch. See you all next week
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One Spare Part
How did she get past all the links?
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
trevor travis
Hugbot wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.

They left a lot of loopholes for a possible continuation (this line, the talk of the other ship, Servalan running for the teleport etc.).
Glad they did.


Yes, it's a very open ending.
 
trevor travis
One Spare Part wrote:

How did she get past all the links?


Linx Aftershave.
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.

They left a lot of loopholes for a possible continuation (this line, the talk of the other ship, Servalan running for the teleport etc.).
Glad they did.


Yes, it's a very open ending.

Just as well, really!
 
One Spare Part
Hugbot wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.

They left a lot of loopholes for a possible continuation (this line, the talk of the other ship, Servalan running for the teleport etc.).
Glad they did.

You'd have thought Jan Chappell would have been paying attention. Missing her already.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
stormypetrel
Suppose I ought to go and do some work now. Or at least put the kettle on again... See you next week, folks!
 
trevor travis
Thanks everyone - it's yet another fabulous episode. See you next week - I'm just looking to go to look forwards the painting in my attic...
 
One Spare Part
trevor travis wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

How did she get past all the links?


Linx Aftershave.

You mean she bought them off?!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Hugbot
A great albeit sad rewatch - thank you all for the company! See you next week for the first episode of B7 I ever watched. Good night! Oops
 
One Spare Part
See y'all next time.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
BradPaula
Fun rewatch today, gang. Looking forward to seeing a genuine Sea Devil next week. How did the BBC think no one would recognize a Doctor Who monster in Blake's 7? The mind boggles.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
JustBrad
Hugbot wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

The destruction of Zen and the Liberator felt like an end to the series but Tarrant's we've got work to do line doesn't.

They left a lot of loopholes for a possible continuation (this line, the talk of the other ship, Servalan running for the teleport etc.).
Glad they did.


As compared to Blake ... where... everyone is dead...
There was a young man
From Cork who got Limericks
And Haikus confused.
 
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