"It'll be awfully crowded when Blake and Jenna get back..."
In January 2011, Neil Perryman convinced his wife, Sue, to watch 700 episodes of Doctor Who with him for a blog called Adventures with the Wife in Space. It was so successful, it spawned a sequel - Adventures with the Wife and Blake, in which Sue Perryman gamely watched every episode of Blake's 7, a series she'd studiously managed to avoid for 36 years.
This volume collects Sue's commentary for the final 26 episodes of that ground-breaking series ('Aftermath' to 'Blake'), when Avon went mad, Tarrant's perm reigned supreme, and the galaxy was staffed by snowmobilers with graduated bobs. What did Sue make of it? Did she miss Blake? Did she pine for Zen? How long did it take her to ask "Why is it Servalan?" PLUS: *that* episode (yes, 'Animals' *is* included).
The book includes a foreword by Una McCormack, a new Introduction, a new interview with Sue, plus exclusive episode annotations.
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About the Author
Author of the popular Wife and Space blog.
University lecturer and the "wife in space".