:lol: This is true.
I think, actually, the thing about this is that it does make some kind of twisted sense for Travis post-Trial, because he condemns himself, the system, he isn't cut out to be a rebel of any sort - so to maybe condemn everybody else in response could be a workable character ending/breakdown. Just unfortunately, in between, we had the decision to be the Invisible Man, the decision to kidnap Blake's cousin, whatevs, and the decision to hang about gambling dens with a hat. Which then make the ending one more random on top of the rest. They actually needed to either not use Travis between the two or drop some hints that he was still on a post-Trial bender of disgust for everyone.
So, yes. And then maybe no. It's Blake's 7. Everyone loses it in the end, Travis just sooner than most...