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About Wobblevision/Episode Guide

From boring Bedford comes one of Blake’s 7’s silliest moments:
A Star One and Wobblevision blockbuster movie production of

"Voice from the Past"

Inspired as usual by Emma Peel


Cally teaches the crew how to relax as they get over-excited
about their forthcoming trip to the cinema.




All this yoga has given Blake a headache,
or maybe it was the shock of seeing Avon in pink.




Blake nips off to the flight deck, ignores Vila and tells Zen to
change course from the cinema multiplex to a small arty cinema.




Vila rushes down to the yoga room to tell the rest of the crew.
“Do you mean we are not going to see Star Wars Episode 34?” says Cally.
“They only have one screen at the arts cinema,” moans Avon.
“I bet it’s got subtitles,” grumbles Jenna.





The crew confront Blake.
“It’s my ship, we’ll see whatever film I want,” says Blake in a serious strop.





Orac, with help from Jenna, tries to give Blake therapy.
“I think he’s being influenced by a dodgy film critic,” says Orac.



The crew tie Blake up and head back for the multiplex.



Blake tells Vila that art films usually have nude women in them.
“OK,” says Vila, untying him. “You’ve always been like a brother to me, Blake. I believe you.”



Blake stops off on the way to the cinema to pick up fellow film buffs Legrand and Ven Glynd, and their bodyguard Nagu, who has the biggest collection of old movies in this sector.


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