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    will_burns

    Very funny – recommend it. He mentioned Red Dwarf once. He said that David Ross asked him if he was “legit” (“I’ll always remember that…well of course if I bring it up here”). I vaguely remember him mentioning this on the commentaries – but I thought it was in connection with the man who played the cat priest in Waiting for God.

    #123248

    AnnabelS

    He’s mentioned it so many times in the commentaries, that I’ve screamed at the television.

    I’d still go see him though.

    #123284

    will_burns

    Hadn’t noticed that – obviously it’s something which obsesses him. I get the impression that he’s not very popular on this site, perhaps because of what he’s said about the movie. He’s a grumpy sod but (I hate to say it) I think he has a point when he says the time has passed.

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    performingmonkey

    The ‘legit’ thing’s funny but not when he tries to go on about it AGAIN on the VIII commentary.

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    Jason aka Smeg4Brains

    > The ?legit? thing?s funny but not when he tries to go on about it AGAIN on the VIII commentary.

    And every other time he talks about Red Dwarf………or talks to a Dwarf……or sees the colour red!

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    Anonymous

    In fairness to Norman though, about 3 years went by between recording those commentaries so it’s understandable that he would forget which anecdotes he had already trotted out.

    #123521

    Anonymous

    Yeah what’s kind of weird is the way the rest of the cast go “No… no Norman I don’t think you’ve told us that story” and behave like it’s the first time when he tells them. I can’t remember which series is it *between* 2 and 8 where Craig Charles tells the same story, as well. In his fucking annoying version of Paul Whitehouse’s “I was very, very drunk” character voice. I think recording commentaries must have something of a Groundhog Day feel about it.

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