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Liberator Chronicles relisten - 2.2 False Positive
Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Dr Lian assumes that Avon shot Blake. That would never happen...

It absolutley didn't happen about an hour ago. Angry


It was only a flesh would. A very large flesh wound. With just a little bit of blood. OK, several pints. And just a small hole in his stomach. OK, a rather large hole in his stomach.

I'm sure Blake is fine.

Someone was bound to have one of those little sewing kits you steal from hotels, after all. Get him patched up in no time.


I think Tarrant has one of those. He kept it on Scorpio. Oh. And oh.

Grin
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
stormypetrel
meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Hi all - just starting now.

Had to finish the washing up and get a drink after 'Blake'!
(Gin & ginger ale)

So nice to hear Gareth's voice again-again!


You sound like the Teletubbies saying that. Have you seen them??

The Teletubbies? Of course!
They were on TV at breakfast time, and I used to watch them before heading to work. I had a 50-mile drive to Shepperton Studios, and had to set off before 7.00am or be stuck forever on the M25. There was a choice between the TV news or Teletubbies, and Teletubbies won out - a much better way to start the day. Sometimes, my husband even made me Tubby Toast Smile


Tubby toast! Tubby toast! Again, again!! (apologies for the uninitiated!)

A group of B7 fans went to the panto (I think we might have been going to see Brian Croucher? Can't remember), and the others were horrified that not only did I know the names of all the Teletubbies, I joined in the song. Eh-oh!

And I've got a cuddly Po!

I c
It was and still is a great programme! Maybe we should start a spin-off fandom? GrinGrin Now should I be Tinky-Winky or Dipsy? Which one had the handbag??

That was Tinky-Winky. Po had the scooter ('cooter! )


Wasn't there a strange sort of vacumn cleaner?? We had Teletubby books we used to read the kids, and it used to say "sucky, sucky slurpy!" Guaranteed to make us laugh!! Or was that "In the Night Garden?! We also had Iggle Piggle and Upsy Daisy

My dog likes “In the Night Garden”. I’ve seen him watch an entire episode.


Your dog sounds cool! What's his name? Could you get him into Blake's 7 too? Grin

He’s called Archie. And I’ve tried him with Blake’s 7, but he doesn’t seem interested Sad


Awwww, you'll have to share a pic. I love animals.

He stayed with my mum and dad when I moved (he’d hate being left all day when I have to go to the office) so I saw him for the first time since lockdown this week (meet one person outdoors includes dogs, right?)
 
meegat39
stormypetrel wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Hi all - just starting now.

Had to finish the washing up and get a drink after 'Blake'!
(Gin & ginger ale)

So nice to hear Gareth's voice again-again!


You sound like the Teletubbies saying that. Have you seen them??

The Teletubbies? Of course!
They were on TV at breakfast time, and I used to watch them before heading to work. I had a 50-mile drive to Shepperton Studios, and had to set off before 7.00am or be stuck forever on the M25. There was a choice between the TV news or Teletubbies, and Teletubbies won out - a much better way to start the day. Sometimes, my husband even made me Tubby Toast Smile


Tubby toast! Tubby toast! Again, again!! (apologies for the uninitiated!)

A group of B7 fans went to the panto (I think we might have been going to see Brian Croucher? Can't remember), and the others were horrified that not only did I know the names of all the Teletubbies, I joined in the song. Eh-oh!

And I've got a cuddly Po!

I c
It was and still is a great programme! Maybe we should start a spin-off fandom? GrinGrin Now should I be Tinky-Winky or Dipsy? Which one had the handbag??

That was Tinky-Winky. Po had the scooter ('cooter! )


Wasn't there a strange sort of vacumn cleaner?? We had Teletubby books we used to read the kids, and it used to say "sucky, sucky slurpy!" Guaranteed to make us laugh!! Or was that "In the Night Garden?! We also had Iggle Piggle and Upsy Daisy

My dog likes “In the Night Garden”. I’ve seen him watch an entire episode.


Your dog sounds cool! What's his name? Could you get him into Blake's 7 too? Grin

He’s called Archie. And I’ve tried him with Blake’s 7, but he doesn’t seem interested Sad


Awwww, you'll have to share a pic. I love animals.

He stayed with my mum and dad when I moved (he’d hate being left all day when I have to go to the office) so I saw him for the first time since lockdown this week (meet one person outdoors includes dogs, right?)


Oh definitely! Funnily enough I saw my mum's dog for the first time since lockdown began today. I have missed her nearly as much as the parents!
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldn’t have been made if we hadn’t got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
trevor travis
The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )
 
meegat39
trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )


Sorry TT! We'll stop talking about it now, I'm sure. Maybe you should watch it just to see? Grin
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldn’t have been made if we hadn’t got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Agreed (about the resolution)

I am of an age to know the rude alternative playground names for the Teletubbies but not much else...
 
trevor travis
stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Agreed (about the resolution)

I am of an age to know the rude alternative playground names for the Teletubbies but not much else...


Are they not repeatable on here? Grin
 
Ellen York
trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )


I like the structure of this story. I do wonder if the doctor believed him.
 
trevor travis
meegat39 wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )


Sorry TT! We'll stop talking about it now, I'm sure. Maybe you should watch it just to see? Grin


Nah, give up Peppa Pig any day. I love the character of GRANDPA PIG for some reason.
 
Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Sorry, TT! Here you go:
Teletubbies
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Agreed (about the resolution)

I am of an age to know the rude alternative playground names for the Teletubbies but not much else...


Are they not repeatable on here? Grin

Well, I knew ‘em and I was definitely younger than PG-13... but I wouldn’t like to be accused of offensive language towards Teletubbies! Grin
 
trevor travis
Ellen York wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )


I like the structure of this story. I do wonder if the doctor believed him.


Yes, it's nice that's left open. After he teleports in front of her eyes, I'd like to believe she does.
 
trevor travis
stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Agreed (about the resolution)

I am of an age to know the rude alternative playground names for the Teletubbies but not much else...


Are they not repeatable on here? Grin

Well, I knew ‘em and I was definitely younger than PG-13... but I wouldn’t like to be accused of offensive language towards Teletubbies! Grin


Good idea - too many fans around on here Wink Grin Grin
 
trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Sorry, TT! Here you go:
Teletubbies


3 HOURS? Eh-oh* Grin Grin Grin

* I know that bit Wink
 
Travisina
stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )

Agreed (about the resolution)

I am of an age to know the rude alternative playground names for the Teletubbies but not much else...


Are they not repeatable on here? Grin

Well, I knew ‘em and I was definitely younger than PG-13... but I wouldn’t like to be accused of offensive language towards Teletubbies! Grin

One of our friends found the Teletubbies rather alarming. They're played by actors in huge suits, the outdoor set is real - and yes, those are real rabbits rabbiting about.
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
Ellen York
trevor travis wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

The resolution of this is rather clever

(Feeling left out since don't know much about the Teletubbies Wink Grin )


I like the structure of this story. I do wonder if the doctor believed him.


Yes, it's nice that's left open. After he teleports in front of her eyes, I'd like to believe she does.


True, seeing him teleport would be hard to explain away.
 
trevor travis
A neat little tale that well. Quite small-scale, but builds up nicely, with a clever ending.
 
meegat39
Well thanks for another great relisten. I am now to watch TV with hubby who has told me I am being boring... Grin
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldn’t have been made if we hadn’t got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
trevor travis
Oh, and because I always tend to do something like this:

The Turing Test 9
Solitary 8
Counterfeit 6
The Magnificent Four 9
False Positive 8
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

A neat little tale that well. Quite small-scale, but builds up nicely, with a clever ending.

Yes. I think I need to hear it again when I can concentrate better to pick up all the details, though.

Oh, well. See you tomorrow night (well, some of you, at least).
 
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