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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 10:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I've got #3! Smile It's Who was that man I saw you with. One of my favourite Tara episodes. I've seen it so many times, the Mona Lisa clue jumped straight out at me.

Is #1 Have guns will haggle Question I seem to remember a surprise explosion towards the end of the episode where Tara was held captive in a shed.

Is #8 Invasion of the Earthmen, I'm thinking space suit here.

Is #2 Death at bargain prices Question

Thanks for the clues. Smile Still working on #5 and 7. Loving this game. It really makes you think about the episodes in a new way.
Haha I love these games too. I am only one step ahead of you Rich. The German translations are tricky.#3 is right on the money Rich! Well done. #1 is not the one but here's a trivial clue.

#1. The eccentric in this episode can tell the Avengers nothing about the previous night's events as he had been lured into a wild goose chase for an 1892 Jubilee edition water cistern: “When I got there, it was a practical joke. Final insult – ....... Had to take a bus. A bus!”

#2 Is as always with you-spot on!
#8 I'm afraid is not invasion of earthmen. I hope I am giving you the right clue as I have not seen this in awhile! Embarassed You are on the right track with THe Winged Avenger as it involves a mad scientist who is passionately in love with his inventions. I am not 100 percent sure about the suit!
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My apologies Rich. THe accurate translation for #7 is "Speed at 160 from the start". THank you Denis for correcting.
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Speed Exclamation Aha, is #7 Dead man's treasure Margo Question
Is #5 Stay tuned? I'm thinking of Steed going on holiday.
Is #8 The see through man Question
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 3:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cyberrich wrote:
Speed Exclamation Aha, is #7 Dead man's treasure Margo Question
Is #5 Stay tuned? I'm thinking of Steed going on holiday.
Is #8 The see through man Question
Rich.
Now that makes more sense! Yes Rich. Perfect. #7 is Deadman's Treasure. #5 is correct Stay Tuned. I thought you would come up with that one as I thought you did that chapter for Rodney?

Rich I am so embarrassed Embarassed but I was confusing the episodes myself. Yes you are correct that the episode I described was see through man but yet it is not the correct answer for #8 and that may be my fault so I will make it hopefully easy for you. Frankly I am uncertain if there even is a suit in this one?? but the meaning in German does indeed seem to be Deadly Suit.

Here's a clue: Steed advises Mrs. Peel in the tag, "Don't fight it Mrs. Peel--we're inseparable", after they both get stuck together to his Bentley.

#1 may be a bad translation but it might mean 'this time with bombshell"
So it just leaves #1 and #8 Rich. If you need more clues let me know.
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 5:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Only 2 more to go!
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

anti-clockwise wrote:
cyberrich wrote:
Speed Exclamation Aha, is #7 Dead man's treasure Margo Question
Is #5 Stay tuned? I'm thinking of Steed going on holiday.
Is #8 The see through man Question
Rich.
Now that makes more sense! Yes Rich. Perfect. #7 is Deadman's Treasure. #5 is correct Stay Tuned. I thought you would come up with that one as I thought you did that chapter for Rodney?

Rich I am so embarrassed Embarassed but I was confusing the episodes myself. Yes you are correct that the episode I described was see through man but yet it is not the correct answer for #8 and that may be my fault so I will make it hopefully easy for you. Frankly I am uncertain if there even is a suit in this one?? but the meaning in German does indeed seem to be Deadly Suit.

Here's a clue: Steed advises Mrs. Peel in the tag, "Don't fight it Mrs. Peel--we're inseparable", after they both get stuck together to his Bentley.

#1 may be a bad translation but it might mean 'this time with bombshell"
So it just leaves #1 and #8 Rich. If you need more clues let me know.


8 & 1 : The Positive Negative Man and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station!
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dissolute wrote:
anti-clockwise wrote:
cyberrich wrote:
Speed Exclamation Aha, is #7 Dead man's treasure Margo Question
Is #5 Stay tuned? I'm thinking of Steed going on holiday.
Is #8 The see through man Question
Rich.
Now that makes more sense! Yes Rich. Perfect. #7 is Deadman's Treasure. #5 is correct Stay Tuned. I thought you would come up with that one as I thought you did that chapter for Rodney?

Rich I am so embarrassed Embarassed but I was confusing the episodes myself. Yes you are correct that the episode I described was see through man but yet it is not the correct answer for #8 and that may be my fault so I will make it hopefully easy for you. Frankly I am uncertain if there even is a suit in this one?? but the meaning in German does indeed seem to be Deadly Suit. And what was the

Here's a clue: Steed advises Mrs. Peel in the tag, "Don't fight it Mrs. Peel--we're inseparable", after they both get stuck together to his Bentley.

#1 may be a bad translation but it might mean 'this time with bombshell"
So it just leaves #1 and #8 Rich. If you need more clues let me know.


8 & 1 : The Positive Negative Man and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station!
Quite good Piers. both correct. Now I have a question for you. Is there a "Deadly Suit" in Positive negative man? (that was the German title for it) And #1 "THis time with Bombshell" for Funny thing happened on the way to the train station.... what scene had a bombshell or bang? Many thanks! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mini Avenger botany quiz :

Die Zauberwurze meaning The Magic Root

Mörderischer Löwenzahn--Murderous Dandelion
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2016 1:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

anti-clockwise wrote:
dissolute wrote:

8 & 1 : The Positive Negative Man and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station!
Quite good Piers. both correct. Now I have a question for you. Is there a "Deadly Suit" in Positive negative man? (that was the German title for it) And #1 "THis time with Bombshell" for Funny thing happened on the way to the train station.... what scene had a bombshell or bang? Many thanks! Very Happy


Well, they're both long shots - Peter Haworth wears a non-conductive greasepaint and a metal finger, with grey coat and rubber boots in PNM.
In Funny Thing, the plot revolves around putting a bomb in the Prime Minister's train carriage (watch out, David Cameron!)
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anti-clockwise wrote:
dissolute wrote:

8 & 1 : The Positive Negative Man and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station!
Quite good Piers. both correct. Now I have a question for you. Is there a "Deadly Suit" in Positive negative man? (that was the German title for it) And #1 "THis time with Bombshell" for Funny thing happened on the way to the train station.... what scene had a bombshell or bang? Many thanks! Very Happy


Well, they're both long shots - Peter Haworth wears a non-conductive greasepaint and a metal finger, with grey coat and rubber boots in PNM.
In Funny Thing, the plot revolves around putting a bomb in the Prime Minister's train carriage (watch out, David Cameron!)
Thanks Piers. Those 2 were the toughest. Positive Negative Man was not really known for its suit like say Winged Avenger. Congrats to Rich as well.
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