That is all.
It depends if I’ve been entertaining the owls.
Anyway, from Time Hole, on Terrorform:
Pre-existing music included a firm favourite – ‘Copacabana’. On original transmission, a version by none other than James Last was used, although copyright allowance saw later versions using an alternative, similar-sounding, version.
So, I wake up this morning, and realise that I’ve been dreaming about Red Dwarf.
Unfortunately, it was about an new shot in Demons & Angels. A shot which involved the Highs and Lows playing tennis. On the underside of the ship. With water in the background. And it was a moving wide shot that moved back and forth between the players, from overhead. And the cast commentary was on as well. This was one of a number of new model shots I had introduced into the episode.
PLEASE HELP ME. PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME.
Reminds me of the time I dreamt up an entirely new VII…
Since we were a week late with the last DwarfCast, we thought we’d give you another this week in an attempt to a) punish you and b) to detract away from the fact we’re not publishing a proper article on something interesting this weekend.
Just in the middle of watching this again. And I know I said so at the time, but it needs repeating just how excellent it is. It doesn’t hurt that it’s such a great story to start with, but it’s told by everyone so well (particularly Doug and Llewellyn), and edited so perfectly, it’s definitely my favourite extra on any of the DVDs – of newly produced stuff, anyway. I just love the way Doug comes across as so intelligent, amusing, and… likeable.
In the first trailer on the DVD, where Rimmer disappears from the cockpit, the sound is different and the visual effect isn’t in place – he just disappears. Proving that Presentation were using clips from a rough cut of the episode.
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