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AnneArthur

OneSparePart wrote:

littlesue wrote:

One of Bayban's chappies is a guy called Chris Chivers. He was at Maximum Power (a few years ago now) but I still recognised him and showed him my autograph book that he had signed back in the 80s!

Now the most important question is, and I blame One Spare Part for this because she started it...Are there any Wet Nellie's in this episode?

Now hang on a sec...I MAY have mentioned wet nellies once or twice but that is no excuse to look for them in EVERY episode....you wet nelly.
Now, are there any soft-to-the-touch outfits in this episode?


The inhabitants of Keezarn seem rather like wet Nellies to me.
 
Hugbot

OneSparePart wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

littlesue wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

Evening all! Frown

Greetings from the Town at the Edge of the Republic!


Doesn't quite have the same ring to it....How about, the house at the end of the cul de sac??

I'm afraid this house is not at a cul de sac. But I could also say the Town at the Edge of the Sea!

I live in the town at the edge of civilisation...

Which side?
 
Paula

AnneArthur wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

littlesue wrote:

One of Bayban's chappies is a guy called Chris Chivers. He was at Maximum Power (a few years ago now) but I still recognised him and showed him my autograph book that he had signed back in the 80s!

Now the most important question is, and I blame One Spare Part for this because she started it...Are there any Wet Nellie's in this episode?

Now hang on a sec...I MAY have mentioned wet nellies once or twice but that is no excuse to look for them in EVERY episode....you wet nelly.
Now, are there any soft-to-the-touch outfits in this episode?


The inhabitants of Keezarn seem rather like wet Nellies to me.


Not again? Ahhhhh.......
Resist the Host




 
OneSparePart

littlesue wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

Brad wrote:

Cygnus Bazza wrote:

the fact that it's such an outlier in terms of Vila's characterisation.


I would respectfully disagree. Though it is a bit of a retcon, it points out Vila's tendency to act like a fool when acting like a fool is advantageous, (As explained in Stardrive?) and to act intelligently when survival depends on it (as in not having Bayban think you are useless).

I agree with your disagreeing


My brain hurts

There's no answer to that
There's an angel standing in the sun Free to get back home
 
M1795537OCVirn

AnneArthur wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

littlesue wrote:

One of Bayban's chappies is a guy called Chris Chivers. He was at Maximum Power (a few years ago now) but I still recognised him and showed him my autograph book that he had signed back in the 80s!

Now the most important question is, and I blame One Spare Part for this because she started it...Are there any Wet Nellie's in this episode?

Now hang on a sec...I MAY have mentioned wet nellies once or twice but that is no excuse to look for them in EVERY episode....you wet nelly.
Now, are there any soft-to-the-touch outfits in this episode?


The inhabitants of Keezarn seem rather like wet Nellies to me.


Agreed!
"You're not sulking, I hope?"
 
littlesue

AnneArthur wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

littlesue wrote:

One of Bayban's chappies is a guy called Chris Chivers. He was at Maximum Power (a few years ago now) but I still recognised him and showed him my autograph book that he had signed back in the 80s!

Now the most important question is, and I blame One Spare Part for this because she started it...Are there any Wet Nellie's in this episode?

Now hang on a sec...I MAY have mentioned wet nellies once or twice but that is no excuse to look for them in EVERY episode....you wet nelly.
Now, are there any soft-to-the-touch outfits in this episode?


The inhabitants of Keezarn seem rather like wet Nellies to me.


Grin
Cold! You don't know the meaning of the word cold!
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of your window!!


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OneSparePart

Hugbot wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

littlesue wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

Evening all! Frown

Greetings from the Town at the Edge of the Republic!


Doesn't quite have the same ring to it....How about, the house at the end of the cul de sac??

I'm afraid this house is not at a cul de sac. But I could also say the Town at the Edge of the Sea!

I live in the town at the edge of civilisation...

Which side?

The dark side....Frown
There's an angel standing in the sun Free to get back home
 
Brad

Hugbot wrote:

OneSparePart wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

littlesue wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

Evening all! Frown

Greetings from the Town at the Edge of the Republic!


Doesn't quite have the same ring to it....How about, the house at the end of the cul de sac??

I'm afraid this house is not at a cul de sac. But I could also say the Town at the Edge of the Sea!

I live in the town at the edge of civilisation...

Which side?


The phrase Barbarians at the Gate never specifies if they are trying to force the gate open, or trying to keep it closed.
i.imgur.com/AD5ikh4.png
Modthra
 
AnneArthur

OneSparePart wrote:

Brad wrote:

Cygnus Bazza wrote:

the fact that it's such an outlier in terms of Vila's characterisation.


I would respectfully disagree. Though it is a bit of a retcon, it points out Vila's tendency to act like a fool when acting like a fool is advantageous, (As explained in Stardrive?) and to act intelligently when survival depends on it (as in not having Bayban think you are useless).

I agree with your disagreeing


Me too.
 
AnneArthur
Good evening from the House Fairly Near the Middle of the City on a Major Rail Junction, by the way!
 
OneSparePart
This is the 1st time in ages that Cally is wearing a halfway decent outfit. Sorry June or whoever was dressing her.
There's an angel standing in the sun Free to get back home
 
Hugbot

AnneArthur wrote:

Good evening from the House Fairly Near the Middle of the City on a Major Rail Junction, by the way!

Junction 7? Grin
 
littlesue

AnneArthur wrote:

Good evening from the House Fairly Near the Middle of the City on a Major Rail Junction, by the way!


That's an entire episode on its own!!!
Cold! You don't know the meaning of the word cold!
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of your window!!


Sue's Book Shelf https://www.mediafire.com/folder/z1xg...Zine_Shelf
Sue's Stories sues stories https://sjlittle.webs.com
Rebel Run Video https://youtu.be/8prqS-XZtLo
 
Hugbot
Good that this is not in smell-o-vision.
 
Paula
Vila insults the %^&*# out of Kerrill and still gets the girl!
Resist the Host




 
Hugbot
I never understood how these clowns made it on the Federation's Most Wanted list...
 
AnneArthur
I never noticed the little skull ornament on Bayban's chest before.
 
OneSparePart
The positioning of Kerril's gun is interesting
There's an angel standing in the sun Free to get back home
 
AnneArthur

littlesue wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

Good evening from the House Fairly Near the Middle of the City on a Major Rail Junction, by the way!


That's an entire episode on its own!!!


Grin
 
Hugbot

AnneArthur wrote:

I never noticed the little skull ornament on Bayban's chest before.

I only noticed it when I researded the costumes for my troll cartoon. Glad that I am not the only one!
 
Brad
Sherm, where are Moe and Curly?
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Modthra
 
AnneArthur

Hugbot wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

Good evening from the House Fairly Near the Middle of the City on a Major Rail Junction, by the way!

Junction 7? Grin


Grin
 
Paula

Hugbot wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

I never noticed the little skull ornament on Bayban's chest before.

I only noticed it when I researded the costumes for my troll cartoon. Glad that I am not the only one!


We need a name for the skull- Yorick?
Resist the Host




 
Hugbot

Paula wrote:

Hugbot wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

I never noticed the little skull ornament on Bayban's chest before.

I only noticed it when I researded the costumes for my troll cartoon. Glad that I am not the only one!


We need a name for the skull- Yorick?

Vila already said, 'Speak to me!' - so I guess another Hamlet reference would be in order.
 
AnneArthur
This planet seems to have a lot of ragwort on it. Makes a change from buddleia, I suppose.
 
M1795537OCVirn
Bony McBoneface?
"You're not sulking, I hope?"
 
AnneArthur
I like the way Vila explains how he works.
 
AnneArthur


I like that!
 
Hugbot
Killing range 200, energy 0-0-2 ... not stating the units is actually a recipe for disaster.
 
Hugbot
The production office must have rejoiced when reading the script - most people are non-speaking extras!
 
OneSparePart

AnneArthur wrote:

I like the way Vila explains how he works.

Would have been nice to see more of this to counterbalance his cowardly tendencies.
There's an angel standing in the sun Free to get back home
 
AnneArthur

OneSparePart wrote:

AnneArthur wrote:

I like the way Vila explains how he works.

Would have been nice to see more of this to counterbalance his cowardly tendencies.


It would - but I'm not expecting miracles.
 
Brad
Why do I get the feeling Turlough is skulking about somewhere?
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Modthra
 
Paula
Kerrill takes a bath and she washes away her tough, gun-toting tendencies.... that must be one strong soap she was using.
Resist the Host




 
Paula

Brad wrote:

Why do I get the feeling Turlough is skulking about somewhere?


I was pondering a way to work in a reference to the Black Guardian....
Edited by Paula on 09-08-2022 19:12
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littlesue
There's Mr Chris Chivers
Cold! You don't know the meaning of the word cold!
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of your window!!


Sue's Book Shelf https://www.mediafire.com/folder/z1xg...Zine_Shelf
Sue's Stories sues stories https://sjlittle.webs.com
Rebel Run Video https://youtu.be/8prqS-XZtLo
 
Brad
Kerrill's shower must be great. It not only cleaned her up, it washed away her entire personality.
i.imgur.com/AD5ikh4.png
Modthra
 
Hugbot

Paula wrote:

Kerrill takes a bath and she washes away her tough, gun-toting tendencies.... that must be one strong soap she was using.


Brad wrote:

Kerrill's shower must be great. It not only cleaned her up, it washed away her entire personality.


Marital harmony showing again!
 
Brad

Hugbot wrote:

Paula wrote:

Kerrill takes a bath and she washes away her tough, gun-toting tendencies.... that must be one strong soap she was using.


Brad wrote:

Kerrill's shower must be great. It not only cleaned her up, it washed away her entire personality.


Marital harmony showing again!


especially considering she is at home and I am at work.
i.imgur.com/AD5ikh4.png
Modthra
 
AnneArthur

OneSparePart wrote:

This is the 1st time in ages that Cally is wearing a halfway decent outfit. Sorry June or whoever was dressing her.


Agreed. Vila's outfit is dreadful, though.
 
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