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Rewatch Australia - C11 Moloch - Sat 2nd October
Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Vila's new friend is also oleaginous. A lot of rather creepy people in this episode.


No redeeming features whatsoever for most of them.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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AnneArthur
Tyce wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Interesting that the prison ship is the same as the London, even though that was meant to be an outmoded rust-bucket at the time.

Maybe the loss of 80% of the Fed's fleet in the Galactic war meant that was all that was left.

Ummm, yes that would be the explanation.


Also probably outdated but sturdy - like the way you used to see Morris Minors for many years after they stopped making them. A useful ship of all work in a world where money is scarce.
 
Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Cannibalism - what do you say, Lecter?

That wasn't so funny when it first came out.


The thing about cannibalism is that it always has a sociocultural reason, even if your name is Hannibal Lecter. It's actually fairly funny in hindsight.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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AnneArthur
Obsidian wrote:

Buddleia must be the most widespread weed in the UK.


That too would make sense!
 
AnneArthur
Tyce wrote:

OMGosh I'm silly, 'now' I know how I could have got all those promotions I wanted. LOL


Grin
 
Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Interesting that the prison ship is the same as the London, even though that was meant to be an outmoded rust-bucket at the time.

Maybe the loss of 80% of the Fed's fleet in the Galactic war meant that was all that was left.

Ummm, yes that would be the explanation.


Also probably outdated but sturdy - like the way you used to see Morris Minors for many years after they stopped making them. A useful ship of all work in a world where money is scarce.


Yes, Morris Minors of all vintages were the workhorses of the road. I remember as a kid our having 2.5 families in one, and one mum was morbidly obese. It managed nicely on the dirt roads out our way, though we di worry about the rubber band that was driving it.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
http://www.etsy.com/au/shop/SeraglioDesigns
Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Tyce wrote:

OMGosh I'm silly, 'now' I know how I could have got all those promotions I wanted. LOL


Grin


Having a whatsit always helped too, at least in my profession. A whatsit and a beard...
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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AnneArthur
Obsidian wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Interesting that the prison ship is the same as the London, even though that was meant to be an outmoded rust-bucket at the time.

Maybe the loss of 80% of the Fed's fleet in the Galactic war meant that was all that was left.

Ummm, yes that would be the explanation.


Also probably outdated but sturdy - like the way you used to see Morris Minors for many years after they stopped making them. A useful ship of all work in a world where money is scarce.


Yes, Morris Minors of all vintages were the workhorses of the road. I remember as a kid our having 2.5 families in one, and one mum was morbidly obese. It managed nicely on the dirt roads out our way, though we di worry about the rubber band that was driving it.


I learned to drive in one. It was older than I was!
 
Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Interesting that the prison ship is the same as the London, even though that was meant to be an outmoded rust-bucket at the time.

Maybe the loss of 80% of the Fed's fleet in the Galactic war meant that was all that was left.

Ummm, yes that would be the explanation.


Also probably outdated but sturdy - like the way you used to see Morris Minors for many years after they stopped making them. A useful ship of all work in a world where money is scarce.


Yes, Morris Minors of all vintages were the workhorses of the road. I remember as a kid our having 2.5 families in one, and one mum was morbidly obese. It managed nicely on the dirt roads out our way, though we di worry about the rubber band that was driving it.


I learned to drive in one. It was older than I was!


That's probably what I need being a non-driver. Something so simple one can do it little harm. And yes, the rubber band in one got replaced with nylons in an emergency.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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AnneArthur
A mutoid! Haven't seen one of those for a while,
 
AnneArthur
I like Servalan's unimpressed attitude. These props are pretty rubbish.
 
Obsidian
That flat rat is quite humorous. This whole episode has a lot of yuck funny stuff in it.Cool
 
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AnneArthur
Obsidian wrote:

That flat rat is quite humorous. This whole episode has a lot of yuck funny stuff in it.Cool


It does, doesn't it.
 
Obsidian
Speaking of which... Colonel Astrid.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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Tyce
I think Vila is going to take up celibacy!
 
Tyce
Lunch time!
 
AnneArthur
Tyce wrote:

I think Vila is going to take up celibacy!


He looks rather good in a Federation uniform.
 
Obsidian
Love the apple bit.

I watched this yesterday on BritBox and decided I like this episode a lot more than I'd previously thought because it is humorous in a sick way and the reparatee between unexpected characters (eg. Vila/Servie) is good; it's only the fried chicken in the end that's silly. It's actually disturbing for various reasons and in the world of B7 that's a good thing.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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Obsidian
AnneArthur wrote:

Tyce wrote:

I think Vila is going to take up celibacy!


He looks rather good in a Federation uniform.


Yes, he looks smart.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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AnneArthur
Loving the Servalan/Vila interaction, though.
 
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