I developed a life and never completed this work. However, I found web-sites with transcriptions of the complete series. lysator's (that's in Linköping, Sweden!).
Affectionately referred to as "The Bastard Son of Star Trek", Blake's 7 ran at the end of the 70's. It was sort of a 'what the Federation would REALLY be like'. Like a cross of Aldus Huxley's Brave New World with the Mirror Universe Federation. For fun and games, two great B7 filk songs! Wallow and Everywoman's Lament! Click here to get to the site of the person responsible for maintaining Lystator's B7 division. The show itself ran four seasons at thirteen episodes per. Which is an interesting thought.
All I needed to know about the Universe I learned from Blake's 7
by Felina Archer
Reality is a dangerous concept.
Having defined the problem, the first step towards a solution is the acquisition of data.
The choice is very simple - you can either fight, or you can die.
Change is inevitable... Why else do we fight?
Dignity, at all costs, dignity.
Trust is only dangerous if you have to rely on it.
He who trusts can never be betrayed, only mistaken.
There is no logical reason why aliens should be hairy.
All knowledge is valuable.
Any very talented person could have done it.
Heroics seldom run to schedule.
It is frequently easier to be honest when you have nothing to lose.
On Earth it is considered ill mannered to kill your friends while committing suicide.
Civilization has always depended on courtesy rather than truth.
I am not expendable, I am not stupid, and I am not going.
Don't launch any theories until you've tested the water.
Show me someone who believes in anything, and I will show you a fool.
In the end, your word is all there is, really.
Some days are better than others, Section Leader.
The only thing you can make me do is die.
All that patience gets you is older.
Regret is part of being alive, but make it a small part.
You should always be careful about getting a second-hand spacecraft.
No good deed goes unpunished.
Nobody is indispensable.
Luck has nothing to do with it.
There are times when even the most cynical must trust in luck.
Everyone's entitled to one really bad mistake. There are other rules - but you'll find out what they are when you break them.