Series 6 Ep 11

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Re: Series 6 Ep 11

Post by pjmlfc05 » Sat Feb 01, 2014 4:50 pm

Mystara wrote:Unfortunately, it wasn't filmed.
Oh that's a shame. Would have loved to see what it looked like.
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Re: Series 6 Ep 11

Post by rachelesque » Sun May 11, 2014 10:10 pm

So in the US pilot, it featured the same great causeway (or numerical floor puzzle). They stepped on the 3 and still got over. Guessing there is no right answer then (and I am actually okay with that!).

Regarding the other teams and 'fairness' of deaths, TC made reference to some teams having their cards marked for earlier slip ups. Going to rewatch sometime with that in mind and comment on individual threads :)

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Re: Series 6 Ep 11

Post by Drassil » Tue May 13, 2014 5:46 pm

rachelesque wrote:So in the US pilot, it featured the same great causeway (or numerical floor puzzle). They stepped on the 3 and still got over. Guessing there is no right answer then (and I am actually okay with that!).

Regarding the other teams and 'fairness' of deaths, TC made reference to some teams having their cards marked for earlier slip ups. Going to rewatch sometime with that in mind and comment on individual threads :)
As a pilot with commercial aims, Lords of the Game arguably had to showcase the best case scenario. So it's possible that the team did err on the Great Causeway but were let off so that a Final Encounter could be seen.

Tim's reference to marked cards may or may not be the same as 'losing status', a term of his that many fans (including me) have found helpful when assessing various quests. It's endlessly interesting to discuss, so please do share any thoughts you have. :)

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