“How many people would like to see Doug Naylor, Red dwarf co-creator, on #carpool. I want to apply pressure”
Reply to this post saying that you do, and I’ll @reply Robert with the link so he can see the MASSIVE GROUNDSWELL OF OPINION. Let’s make this happen, people, there aren’t enough Doug interviews out there (although there are some verygood ones).
Here’s me replying. And not being able to think of something witty. Except the fact I can’t think of anything witty. And that. To break the loop… the interview with Doug Naylor must happen. I’m eating my tail here. (oo-er.)
Everyone here would love to see this, I’m sure. It’s cold outside, there’s no kind of atmosphere, so get in a car and let Bobby drive you around an undisclosed location for an undefined period of time. What could be better??
> the thing you should bring should be tea and biscuits
Custard creams? Or maybe a bourbon?
It?s quite interesting, you know, the number of biscuits that are named after revolutionaries. You?ve got your Garibaldi, of course; you?ve got your Bourbons; then of course you?ve got your Peek Frean Trotsky Assortment.
Chocolate Chip please. I’m trying to think of a ‘revolutionary’ gag to go with that. There aren’t many revolutionaries called ‘Chip’ are there? Perhaps the Chip Braithewaite from the northern town Terry-on-the-Knyle who developed a revolutionary new method of plaster moulding. Never heard of him? Me neither. Now I’ve imagined him, he must be out there in the multi-verse somewhere though.
Oh yeah, there is that. They could always just sit in it stationary. But that’s dodgy, two blokes sitting in a parked car. One of them might be holding a SodaStream canister and goodness knows where that might lead.