Captain Blue disappears from a restaurant. He awakes to find it is 3 months later and Spectrum Security want to know where he has been, and if he is even the real Captain Blue.

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Captain Scarlet (voice)
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Captain Blue (voice) (as Edward Bishop)
Donald Gray ...
The Mysterons (voice)
Cy Grant ...
Lieutenant Green (voice) (archive footage)
Janna Hill ...
Symphony Angel (voice) (archive footage)
David Healy ...
Colgan / Frazer / Commodore Goddard (voice) (archive footage)
Gary Files ...
Waiter / Holt (voice) (archive footage)
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Macey / 4th Policeman (voice) (archive footage) (as Charles Tingwell)
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1st Policeman (voice) (archive footage)
Martin King ...
2nd Policeman (voice) (archive footage)
Jeremy Wilkin ...
3rd Policeman / Shroeder (voice) (archive footage)
Sylvia Anderson ...
Linda Nolan
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Captain Blue disappears from a restaurant. He awakes to find it is 3 months later and Spectrum Security want to know where he has been, and if he is even the real Captain Blue.

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The Mysterons: This is the voice of the Mysterons. We know that you can hear us Earthmen. WE have observed the Spectrum organisation's attemps to counter us, but one of the members of Spectrum will betray you all. We will be avenged.
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So, this is it . . .
14 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here it is, the one Captain Scarlet episode I really don't like. It's what we get for a series finale, ellipsis that it is. And to top it off, it's a clip show. Part of why the 'The Inquisition' is such a disappointment is because it directly follows 'Attack on Cloudbase', which is a much bolder attempt at giving the show an ending.

Anyhoo, here's how it goes down. Captain Blue wakes up on Cloudbase after being drugged and is grilled by some guy from Spectrum intelligence. In order to prove his identity (without giving away sensitive codes and whatnot), Blue regales his interrogator (and us) with tales of past missions. Not to spoil anything, but something major happens, it was all a ruse, and Captain Scarlet shows up to take Blue back to safety.

The show ends and that's it.

It just feels like a cop-out. They've toyed with ideas on ways this show could end, but milquetoast isn't the way to go. It really does feel like they didn't know how to end it, and you can't help but feel ripped off.

4/10


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