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everything wobbles....
About Wobblevision/Episode Guide

Redemption '07 (finally) present
A Wobblevision production of

"TRAITOR!"

Inspired by the presence in the building of Emma Peel

And by Douglas Adams, who has left the building for ever

And a lot of cups of tea



Federation command hears that celebrity mag Hello!Trix keeps
missing its deadlines because the staff take such long tea-breaks, and
some of them have gone on strike demanding free biscuits.
"Disgraceful! Want another cuppa?"
"Don't mind if I do."



"So, we've got a boffin to come up with a new formula -
PG 50 - "


" - keeps 'em pouring out words all day. Take this
rebel striker here..."





Meanwhile, Hunky Strike Leader Hunda and his Dishy
Deputy Avandir are brewing up their plans. "Wonder why Igin's taking so
long at the caff?"




The Feds have milked Igin for all he knows about the
strike, so...



"Oh no! He drank the gunpowder tea!"



Meanwhile, on Scorpio...
"Is there any tea on this spaceship?"
"Shut up, Vila," says Avon. "I've just had this really hoopy idea to discover the innermost secrets of the Federation!"




Avon sends Tarrant and Dayna down disguised as
Hello!Trix reporters.




"I knew trying to get the teleport bracelets to double
up as tape recorders would make them malfunction!"



The new President Editor
Proctor Practor has arrived, and the General Manager
shows him round his office.
"We've put up your centrefold pin-up of Empress Servalan, as requested,
Sir," says the office tea-boy, Lights Leitz. "I really enjoyed that interview
you did with her just before she died so mysteriously, Sir."



In a daring move, Hunky Hunda swims under the picket
lines...



...while the Federation patrol are pleased to
find all the pickets are dead.



Oh no they're not!


Meanwhile, the Feds are pumping innocent journalists
with PG 50 until their eyes are like saucers.



Hunky Hunda rescues Tarrant and Dayna just before they
walk into a crowd of strike-breakers.


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