I NEED SOME FUCKING MONEY

News, here. More Red Dwarf items are being added to The Prop Store of London. New items for sale since the article on the official site include: Cat’s costume from Meltdown, the book “How To Get More Girls By Hypnosis” from Parallel Universe, Rimmer’s swimming certificate as used in the bunkroom between Series III-V, the pop-up Karma Sutra from Me², an amazing item confusingly or amusingly (depending on your viewpoint) named Rimmer World, which is the actual model dome used at the start of Dimension Jump (and again in The Inquisitor), Bongo’s uniform, also from Dimension Jump, and Rimmer’s costume from Ouroboros. Mr Flibble’s interview with Stephen Laneof the Prop Store makes it clear there is plenty more to come, so keep checking back. Even if, like us, you have nowhere near enough money to buy anything, there’s still masses of trivia in the description of the items to keep you interested. And aroused.

Next, news on the beautiful laser etched Starbugs. Having reported on licensing problems at the start of the month, we got in contact with The Stamp Centre to find out the latest situation; they have been “delayed for 6/8 weeks roughly”. When that means they’ll actually be avaliable, we don’t know, but it’s good to hear that they are going to get to market, and the problems weren’t insurmountable.

Fansite news. Back In The Red has updated with yet another new logo, and a few bits of new stuff: the highlight being an article on Toby Aspin, who played Lee Harvey Oswald in Tikka To Ride. Ian’s Series I DVD Review has also been reuploaded after a short absence; don’t forget you can also read G&T’s review here. Meanwhile, we have added a new section to G&T that hopefully will last longer than the ATVRD and Schedule ones; a Diary, giving dates for all the upcoming Dwarfy happenings. We’ll have another update Thursday.

Finally, a request. As Ian mentioned a few days ago, I’m currently in the middle of redesigning G&T to make it better. Better designed, better content, better… better. Just, just better. The whole site is to be made far prettier, interactive, and accessible. Excellent. So, if you have any ideas or suggestions for the redesign, especially an idea for a feature you’d really like to see, e-mail me at webmaster@ganymede-titan.info. At this point, I’d like to say “IT’S YOUR SITE!”, but it isn’t. It’s ours. So fuck off.

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