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Series 4 Overview

The Scores

Rescue: That was disappointing.3/10

Power: I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt.7/10

Traitor: Well that was shit.2/10

Stardrive: A rollercoaster ride of non-stop excitement.8/10

Animals: MAKE IT STOP!1/10

Headhunter: That was probably Avon’s best story in ages.7/10

Assassin: The direction, the acting and the script let it down.5/10

Games: I enjoyed that one a lot.8/10

Sand: If only they’d gone on location.8/10

Gold: That was brilliant.9/10

Orbit: Well, it doesn’t get any better than that.10/10

Warlord: I didn’t like that episode very much.5/10

Blake: No!10/10

A couple of days after we finished the blog, Paul Smith from Wonderful Books sent me this:

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Click the image to see a bigger and even more detailed graphic. Thank you so much, Paul. It’s bloody fantastic. And your books are ****ing amazing, too.

Ask Sue

We were going to record the final Q&A as a podcast, but we had some technical problems with our first attempt, then I wasn’t feeling well, then Sue was busy, then one of the cats was sick, then it was a Tuesday, blah, blah blah. Anyway, we did it the old-fashioned way in the end. So, without any further ado, here are the best 7 questions posed by you, our readers. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Quite a few of you asked a variation on the first question, including Drew Simchik, Pete Handforth, Arthur Jackson and Julie:

Tony B: Did they all die? Could there have been a 5th series, and what would have happened in it?

BlakeSue: They could have brought it back if they really wanted to. Like I’ve said before, those shots we heard could have been the guards firing at the ceiling.

Me: And why would they do that?

Sue: To put the shits up Avon.

Me: I’m guessing that Avon shot a few guards while they were pranking him. Yes?

Sue: A couple. Yes. Look, does it matter? They could have been stun guns. We didn’t see any blood.

Me: OK, so they could have brought the programme back. Should they have brought it back?

Sue: Probably not. I just don’t like the idea of Servalan winning. It isn’t fair. If they’d brought it back and Avon had got his shit together and they actually brought the Federation down, that would have been a much nicer ending. But then you’d completely ruin the ending we’ve got now. I really wanted a happy ending, but they were right to end it there.

Ruth Deller: Of the 12 members of the Seven (the nine human(oids) and three computers), who would Sue’s definitive Seven be?

Sue: Give me a pen.

The Definitive Seven

Me: You’ve put Vila on this list.

Sue: You can’t have Blake’s 7 without Vila. That would be silly.

Me: This list is basically the original cast without Gan.

Sue: Yes, I know. It’s classic.

Annie W: Is once enough or are there episodes of Blake’s 7 you would voluntarily watch again?

Sue: I’m never going to say, “Hey! Let’s watch some Blake’s 7, Neil!” but there are a few episodes I’d watch again if he put them on television one night. As long as something better wasn’t on the other side, obviously. I don’t know what they’re called but I’d like to see the one with Tarrant’s brother again (Death-Watch) – that was excellent; the one where Servalan was chained to the wall was a good one (Rumours of Death); and I’d like the see the last episode again, too. But not for a while. It still feels raw.

Catherine: What (if anything) do you think you will remember from the show in thirty years time, and what will you prefer to have forgotten?

Sue: If I’m still alive in thirty years time (which I won’t be), knowing my luck, the Alzheimer’s would have kicked in and the only thing I’ll remember clearly is us watching Blake’s 7 together. I won’t be able to remember Nicol’s name but I’ll remember Travis. Both of them. But seriously, I don’t think I’ll ever forget the ending. Or Avon. He’s one of the best characters I’ve ever seen on TV. And the thing I’d prefer to forget? That’s easy: the alien catheter cock monster.

Star MaidensJohn Williams: When are you watching Star Maidens?

Sue: I don’t even know what that is.

Me: The answer, John, is never.

Chris Allen: If Sue was a member of the Seven, based on their track records, who would she prefer as her leader, Blake or Avon?

Sue: I’d be the one in charge, thank you very much. But if I had to be under one of them –

Me: For ****’s sake, Sue.

Sue: I’d choose Blake.

Me: Do you want me to repeat the question?

Sue: Blake’s heart was in the right place. He meant well, which would have made him easier to follow. And Avon went mad at the end; I wouldn’t want to follow someone who was insane and had nothing to lose. Oh, and Avon would murder you if you pissed him off, so you’d be constantly worried about that as well. And thanks to him, they all got killed at the end, so definitely not the best boss in the world. Yeah, I’d choose Blake.

And finally…

Taylor Edwards: OK, Sue, so what’s best, Blake’s 7 or Doctor Who?

GoldSue: You can’t really compare them. Well you can, but it would be a bit pointless. I enjoyed Blake’s 7 because it was smaller and easier to digest, but it didn’t have the same variety you get with Doctor Who. Even if Doctor Who was going through a bad patch, you knew something better was coming up. With Blake’s 7, the episodes counted more a lot more, because there were less of them, so it was more disappointing when they messed them up.

Me: But you enjoyed it?

Sue: Oh yes. When it was good, it was very good. You can see how it’s left its mark – it’s influenced lots of things. I’m really glad I saw it. I miss it, actually.

Sue decided that the best question was asked by Ruth. A signed copy of Adventures with the Wife in Space: Living with Doctor Who paperback will be with you soon. Incidentally, our book is going ridiculously cheap as a Kindle download at the moment, so if you haven’t read it (and you aren’t allergic to Amazon), now’s your chance. You don’t need a Kindle to read it, either. Actually, I don’t even know why I’m telling you this. It’s so cheap, we won’t make a bloody penny.

Stuff!

The day after Blake (was it really a month ago?), I took Sue on a little day trip. Well, she took me (I still can’t drive) but I was the one in charge of the sat nav. We went to Thruscross Reservoir, which you’ll no doubt recognise from Children of Auron, and we also paid a visit to the planet Obsidian, which featured in the episode Volcano. We made it to Stean Gorge, too, but the heavens opened and we had to abandon our plans to reenact scenes from Powerplay (I was going to be Lom).

Anyway, as you can see from these photos, Sue was thrilled to bits.

Day out in North Yorkshire

More photos of Sue looking wet and miserable in North Yorkshire are available to view on our Facebook page.

And, of course, Nicol baked a cake to celebrate the end of another blog. Requested by Kickstarter backer Matthew Kopelke, I think she did a terrific job of this edible Scorpio. It tasted great, too.

Scorpio Cake

Scorpio Cake

Step-by-step photos are available on The Wife and Blake Facebook page.

Books!

Wife and Blake Volume 1If you backed this project on Kickstarter, the first Wife and Blake ebook (‘The Blake Years’, with a foreword by Gareth Roberts) will be released this weekend (almost certainly Saturday). Keep an eye on your inbox for an email that will include directions on how to obtain your copy.

Volume Two (‘The Avon Years’, with a foreword by Una McCormack) will be released in the first week of November. The exclusive extras ebook, The Wife in Space Versus Everything Else, will be released in early January.

If you missed the Kickstarter campaign and you’d like to get your hands on these ebooks, please return to the blog on Monday October 6th, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter and I’ll reveal everything then.

Thank You!

Speaking of Kickstarter, one of the rewards we offered (which seemed like a good idea at the time) was a special YouTube video where Sue would personally thank the backers. I thought she’d have to read out a handful of names at best. I thought wrong.

And finally…

And that’s it. Our very last blog. It seemed to go on for ever, didn’t it?

We don’t have any plans to blog another regular series – I think we’ve taken this concept as far as it can go – but we may publish the odd spontaneous update in the near future, so keep your eye on the Wife in Space blog, just in case. You never know, we may get the urge to blog Moonbase 3 or Star Cops.

Until then, I would like to thank everyone who has read and contributed to this blog over the last nine months, especially those of you who backed the project on Kickstarter. I’d also especially like to thank Glen Allen, Will Joy and Paul Darrow for their brilliant trailers, John Williams for convincing me that Blake’s 7 was inevitable, Kevin Jon Davies for his documentaries, Horizon for their protests, Gareth Roberts for his retweets, and Mr Andy Miller for his extensive knowledge of the band XTC.

This blog began in January with a medley of songs from the insanely talented John Callaghan, and it feels right to end it exactly the same way. Take it away, John…

We are down and safe.

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    September 30, 2014 9:11 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Sharon

    Thank you both – it’s been brilliant.

  • September 30, 2014 9:16 pmPosted 2 years ago
    John Callaghan

    Thank *you* both very much. And as far as I’m concerned, Blake’s Junction 7 is the canonical ending!

    Thanks too to the commenters – and lurkers. You’ve been great fun to read. It’s been a fun ride, but now I will have to close down…

    • September 30, 2014 9:17 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Neil Perryman (Author)

      Blake’s Junction 7 will be covered in Volume 2 of the ebook.

      • September 30, 2014 9:22 pmPosted 2 years ago
        John Callaghan

        (Huge applause)

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          September 30, 2014 11:20 pmPosted 2 years ago
          Doug

          What about the Lucifer trilogy? 🙂

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            October 1, 2014 6:55 pmPosted 2 years ago
            Richard Lyth

            I’ve just finished Lucifer, and I can’t say I enjoyed it much. Too many one-dimensional characters backstabbing and betraying each other, and Avon only stands out because he says “Well now” at the start of every other sentence, otherwise he could have been anyone. Paul Darrow should stick to the day job.

      • October 1, 2014 1:35 pmPosted 2 years ago
        Beth

        YAYAYAY!!

  • September 30, 2014 9:23 pmPosted 2 years ago
    John Callaghan

    I realise you’re bringing Wife In Space And Blake to a close. But could we persuade you to show Star Maidens to your growing army of cats?

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    September 30, 2014 9:29 pmPosted 2 years ago
    jsd

    It’s been a wonderful ride. I hope you and Sue do more stuff in the future. Whatever you do, I wish you all the best with it.

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    September 30, 2014 9:34 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Anniew

    Thank you both. I’ve enjoyed this so much and can’t wait until October 6th! I shall certainly follow on Twitter. Life without regular detours into music by groups I’ve never heard of, updates on an insane number of sickly Perryman cats, proxy visits to Betty’s just doesn’t bear thinking of. Keep writing and I’ll keep buying.

    And John I so agree about Blakes Junction.!!

  • September 30, 2014 9:43 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Alex Wilcock

    What will I read when I’m putting off writing any reviews of my own now? I’ll miss you. Neil, now you can go back to writing your own reviews, and we can all say you’re not as good in your solo career.

    You inspired my fiancé – husband in under a month, well into the panic stage of planning – and to watch them all too over the last few months. We loved them and only really disagreed with each other on Headhunter (Richard’ll probably tell me all the others I’ve forgotten now).

    And after watching all of Series Four in a fortnight…

    The series was supposed to end last year, so this one’s always been borrowed time – and the lead writer has had them literally and metaphorically climbing out of their own grave.

    This season starts with them escaping one hole in the ground, which is full of ghosts and consumed in fire, only to immediately find another – thanks to a charismatic man who has his own agenda for them – and go straight down into it.

    As Vila says, prompting Avon’s last great comeback line, sooner or later…

    Thank you both.

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    September 30, 2014 10:19 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Rad

    I loved watching (and rewatching, for some of it) B7 with you guys and have missed this blog since it ended, so am so pleased to see the final update at last! Really looking forward to the ebooks and chuffed at making best question!

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    September 30, 2014 10:58 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Robert Crowder

    I feel as stunned that it’s all over as I did when I saw Blake on first transmission. Wishing you and Sue all the best.

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    September 30, 2014 11:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Frankymole

    Thank you for the wonderful ride. Don’t forget to sing Sue the lyrics version of the theme tune!: http://www.farsight.net.nz/essays/lyrics.htm

    Come, hit the Stardust Trail,
    we’ll throw our cap at Mars;
    we’ll catch a comet’s tail,
    and we’ll sail
    to the stars!

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    October 1, 2014 1:17 amPosted 2 years ago
    Doug

    I have way too much time on my hands so I sorted the episodes into Sue’s rankings from worst to best for those who are intereseted:

    The Harvest of Kairos: Irredeemable sexist crap. – 0/10

    The Web: It’s just a man sticking his head through a hole in a wall. – 1/10
    Trial: I hated this episode. – 1/10
    Animals: MAKE IT STOP! – 1/10

    Dawn of the Gods: That was dreadful. – 2/10
    Traitor: Well that was shit. – 2/10

    Time Squad: What a load of shit. – 3/10
    Mission to Destiny: Please tell me that didn’t happen. – 3/10
    Bounty: An old man DJ-ing for half an hour. – 3/10
    Horizon: Boring. – 3/10
    Hostage: Travis is doing my head in. – 3/10
    Moloch: Did we really have to root for a rapist? – 3/10
    Rescue: That was disappointing. – 3/10

    Breakdown: Yet more faffing about when they should be blowing up the Federation. – 4/10
    Redemption: That was disappointing. – 4/10
    The Keeper: It was all right, I suppose. – 4/10
    Volcano: I’ve seen worse. – 4/10

    Seek-Locate-Destroy: That was better than the last one. Still not very good, though. – 5/10
    Deliverance: Captain Kirk would have shagged her by now. – 5/10
    Orac: It was worth it to see Avon smile. – 5/10
    Gambit: That was mental. – 5/10
    Assassin: The direction, the acting and the script let it down. – 5/10
    Warlord: I didn’t like that episode very much. – 5/10

    Shadow: A step in the right direction. – 6/10
    Voice from the Past: I don’t think I’ve laughed so much in ages. – 6/10

    The Way Back: This is cheerful. – 7/10
    Cygnus Alpha: Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, Brian Blessed turns up. – 7/10
    Project Avalon: They have to stop ending episodes like this. – 7/10
    Power: I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. – 7/10
    Headhunter: That was probably Avon’s best story in ages. – 7/10

    Space Fall: This is much better than Doctor Who. – 8/10
    Weapon: Insanely camp. – 8/10
    Killer: Avon was front and centre, which is exactly where I like him. – 8/10
    Countdown: Terry definitely writes the best episodes of Blake’s 7. – 8/10
    Star One: I’m not having that. Put the next episode on! – 8/10
    Children of Auron: Michael Troughton wasn’t in it enough. – 8/10
    Ultraworld: That was fun. – 8/10
    Stardrive: A rollercoaster ride of non-stop excitement. – 8/10
    Games: I enjoyed that one a lot. – 8/10
    Sand: If only they’d gone on location. – 8/10

    Duel: Why can’t they all be like that? Let Douglas Camfield direct every episode. – 9/10
    Pressure Point: Probably the best episode yet. – 9/10
    Aftermath: Probably the best episode of Blake’s 7 so far. – 9/10
    Powerplay: Well done, Terry. – 9/10
    City at the Edge of the World: I’ve changed my mind about Vila. – 9/10
    Sarcophagus: Paul Darrow was amazing. – 9/10
    Gold: That was brilliant. – 9/10

    Rumours of Death: I can’t fault it. – 10/10
    Death-Watch: Brilliant. – 10/10
    Terminal: ****ing brilliant. – 10/10
    Orbit: Well, it doesn’t get any better than that. – 10/10
    Blake: No! – 10/10

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      October 1, 2014 1:31 amPosted 2 years ago
      Frankymole

      So it did “get better than that”!

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        October 1, 2014 5:24 amPosted 2 years ago
        Doug

        I am still puzzled by the fact that Rescue and Redemption both got the same summary quote but one was worth a point more than the other. 😀

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    October 1, 2014 1:36 amPosted 2 years ago
    Chris Allen

    “I’d be the one in charge, thank you very much.”

    I believe it!

    I’d have gone for Blake as leader as well. While the raid on Control was very nearly suicidal (without Jenna they’d have been reduced to Blake’s 2), in general I think the odds were better on survival in series A and B. This despite the fact that Blake went actively looking for trouble much more than Avon did.

    I’d like to wish Neil and Sue all the very best for the future. It’s been great to re-watch the series again, seeing both Sue’s reactions and those of the other commentators. And let’s not forget the guys over at Horizon, protest re-watches and all.

    It’s been fun.

  • October 1, 2014 1:48 amPosted 2 years ago
    Matthew Kopelke

    Heya Neil and Sue, just wanted to publically thank you both for the last awesome 9 months. It has been an amazing ride, and I will always enjoy Sue’s insights into a show I thought I had looked at from every angle.

    I am so pleased to have had a chance to assist you through Kickstarter in funding this venture. It was worth every single cent.

    Having been a follower of yours, Neil, since the Tachyon TV days, I look forward to whatever new venture you choose to persue in 2015. All the best.

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    October 1, 2014 1:51 amPosted 2 years ago
    Doug

    The thing I enjoy most about B7 is its subversiveness. Initially, we see the non-violent Peace Party members ruthlessly gunned down. Blake therefore feels justified in taking violent action against the regime, meeting the military’s own brutality with his terrorist attacks in order to topple it. Yet, in the end, what does Blake achieve? Very little. The regime is reasserting its strength, Blake’s 7 are all dead, in Deva’s words and Blake’s new army are useless without him.

    Hence, the series ultimately shows that violence is not the answer either. This is where it is nihiklistic – if neither non-violent resistence nor armed opposition can topple the regime, what can? Well, perhaps the Olaf Stapledon-like pacifism displayed by the community in Volcano or perhaps just lying low since the Federation’s infrastructure was crumbling anyway and it had clearly over-reached itself. If Blake hadn’t mounted an opposition the regime could rally against as a focal point, one can speculate it soon would have collapsed anyway since it was already evidently in decline. Perhaps if Blake had simply let Avon fulfil his initial scheme to undermine credit in the Federation banking system he would have done more damage to the dictatorship than was ever achieved by running around, blowing things up and facing savage reprisals from the military thugs.

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      October 1, 2014 8:36 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Frankymole

      Blake didn’t achieve very little, by any means. It’s thanks to him that the entire human race wasn’t wiped out by the Andromedans by the time of Series B into Series C. Plus lots of smaller victories on the way (freeing the worlds of Lindor, Horizon and Albian, freeing the DEcima race, and getting rid of some pretty nasty customers who could’ve made the galaxy a very miserable place.

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        October 1, 2014 11:07 pmPosted 2 years ago
        Doug

        Blake’s actions led to Travis conspriing with the Andromedans. No one is denying he had a few minor victories but, in the larger scheme of things, he failed. The whole galaxy may have been freed much sooner without his interventions due to hte Federation crumbling.

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          October 2, 2014 6:13 amPosted 2 years ago
          Smile

          It wouldn’t have been Travis who instigated the attempted Andromedan invasion though. That would still have happened even had he never gotten involved with them at all. They would have already made the long journey from their home galaxy before he could have encountered or made any kind of contact with them.

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    October 1, 2014 3:01 amPosted 2 years ago
    Katie c

    Thank you so much, I’ve enjoyed every minute 🙂 Can’t believe “Blake” was only a month ago. Looking forward to October 6!

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    October 1, 2014 4:09 amPosted 2 years ago
    Shan

    Thanks for everything, much enjoyed all of this.

  • October 1, 2014 4:26 amPosted 2 years ago
    encyclops

    Lovely. Can’t wait for the books!

  • October 1, 2014 1:38 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Beth

    I think we’ve taken this concept as far as it can go

    No. Respectfully, no — you’ve got happy readers asking for more, right? Take six months off, or whatever it takes to feel fresh. But we would love another show, if you and Sue would favour us.

  • October 1, 2014 2:29 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Simon Harries

    Thanks to you both for many months of entertainment 🙂

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    October 1, 2014 2:45 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Andy Miller

    I’d like to thank you for this amazing blog. I knew it would be funny. But the thing I really loved was how you took the blog’s reluctant visitors with you – eventually. What a wonderful thing to witness.

    I know you’re not planning to do another TV series but perhaps you might consider blogging a series of influential late 70s and early 80s albums and singles by the group XTC? I can advise.

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    October 1, 2014 3:08 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Gareth M

    Thanks you both of you, this has been a fantastic journey, not just Blake’s 7 but the original Wife in Space.

    It’s been funny, insightful and thoroughly enjoyable and has made me think differently about Blake’s 7.

    I agree with others, you’ve not taken this concept as far as it can go. There’s plenty of other ‘cult’ shows to watch through. How about Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons? Or Charlie Jade, or the Prisoner?

  • October 1, 2014 3:18 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Neil Perryman (Author)

    Ha! Amazon doubled the price of the Kindle download an hour after I posted this. Oh well, it’s still cheap.

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    October 1, 2014 5:32 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Umeir.K

    Thanks to this blog and you two, I’m now a compulsive Blake’s 7 addict. Only problem is that virtually no one in school has heard of it, so I just turn to this blog knowing it will never let me down (unlike the people in school).

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      October 1, 2014 8:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Frankymole

      Well you’re always welcome at the Horizon club pages!

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        October 2, 2014 5:08 pmPosted 2 years ago
        Umeir.K

        Oh you’re most kind for that reply. Thank You.

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    October 1, 2014 7:40 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Katy

    Really enjoyed the blog – thanks for doing it. And just finished reading the Wife and Space ebook (which is indeed ridiculously cheap on Amazon at the moment) and loved it. Really warm, funny and interesting. Definitely recommend. I even enjoyed it more than the blog. Great stuff.

    And the cake is brilliant – well done, Nicol.

  • October 1, 2014 10:19 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Mat Dolphin

    Thanks for a fabulous blog that brightened up 2014. It really gave me something to look forward to every week, and I dare say that other people feel the same. From my perspective, it gave me an excuse to watch the series again and (best of all) introduce my sister to the series. The trailers have been fab as well, my personal favourite was probably the one with Mr Bronson.

    As far as the marks go, the real shocks were Trial and Stardrive – for two different reasons! And although I’ve watched Stardrive many times over the years, it’s only this time that I noticed the astonishing padding in the quarry. Unbelievable!

    Neil and Sue, if you ever do another blog then do let us all know – we’ll be waiting.

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    October 2, 2014 8:47 amPosted 2 years ago
    John Williams
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      October 2, 2014 8:49 amPosted 2 years ago
      John Williams

      13 episodes. It could be over in two months.

      I like to think that Gareth Thomas is actually Blake in the series, and it’s the torture the Federation put him through before he gratefully returned to Earth as a broken man.

  • October 3, 2014 1:01 amPosted 2 years ago
    Stuart P

    I’ve been (very quietly from the margins) following this and your Wife in Space blogs almost since the beginning. It’d be very sad not to see you do another…

    Have you considered The Avengers/New Avengers. I can imagine both of you (especially Sue) having a really good time with those and lots to say about them.

    Just an idea, but please think about it. We need more Sue and Neil in our lives!

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    October 4, 2014 2:38 pmPosted 2 years ago
    John Reid

    Unless I’ve missed it, you haven’t averaged season four,or compared the results with previous seasons, and I make it
    That you consider season 3 the beat, then 4′ then 2 then 1,
    I happen to geek that season 3 is the best and season 2 is better than 1′ as for season 4, it’s usually derided, I have reassessed some of the episodes Power, head hunters, and now like them, as apart from Sand have never cared for it ,I note Sue like the first crew, and maybe that’s why I rate season 2′ and yes Rumors of Death,and Death watch, probably are the best,

    I would have had Dayna as a favourite companion, but there it is,

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    October 4, 2014 5:09 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Marky Mark

    Neil & Sue, thank you so very much. I’m glad to have watched Blake’s 7 for the first time along with Sue, and I regret not funding the Kickstarter campaign.

    I, too, read the Wife in Space book & loved it. Isn’t it strange how two complete strangers have let us into their lives and entertained us over such a long period.

    I am very sorry you won’t be doing another blog, but I can imagine it must take up an awful lot of time. Time, then, for you to get a job, Neil ?!

    All the very best to you both, Nicol & Gary for the future.

  • October 4, 2014 7:52 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Neil Perryman (Author)

    If you backed this project on Kickstarter, please check your email as I have sent you instructions for downloading your ebook. If you didn’t back the project and still want the ebooks, come back here on Monday. Thanks.

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    October 4, 2014 10:47 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Anniew

    Marky Mark has reminded me what a lovely bunch of people contributed to the blog. And so funny! Tone set by Neil an Sue and carried on by you. I really miss you all. Ironic that such a cynical bleak TV show should have such lovely fans.

    Please let’s do Star Maidens. I haven’t watched it and going solo might I suspect tip me into premature senility but in company… I so miss just kicking views around with a tolerant bunch of people. I get into awful trouble at work for shooting my mouth of about stuff!

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    October 19, 2014 8:39 amPosted 2 years ago
    Christine

    I love what’s happening with the next kickstarter! It’s so wonderful to see the support that has built up around your work 😀

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