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  • in reply to: Misheard lines #230082
    Ben Paddon
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    My thinking was that Rimmer had succeeded, which was so unbelievable to the others that they refused to accept that he’d been able to display anything even vaguely resembling competency and assumed their future selves had succeeded in destroying the ship.

    But I’m basing that on precisely zero actual evidence.

    in reply to: Remembering Ayrton Senna #229987
    Ben Paddon
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    What the actual shitting fuck is happening to this forum?

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #229915
    Ben Paddon
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    Yep, and it’s on our list.

    in reply to: ….Comedian found GUILTY of causing offence! #229914
    Ben Paddon
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    I think everybody’s right, except me, so just forget I spoke, alright?

    in reply to: Did Lister ever find out what an iguana is? #229692
    Ben Paddon
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    I’ll also be asking, which is the worst monger: fish, iron, rumour, or war?

    in reply to: Did Lister ever find out what an iguana is? #229685
    Ben Paddon
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    No luck catching them killers, then?

    in reply to: Who has has a Red Dwarf dream? #229672
    Ben Paddon
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    Whenever we’re close to a new series – usually a couple of weeks away – my brain dreams up entire episodes. I can’t remember any of them, but none of them were as bad as Timewave.

    It’s always interesting the tone my subconscious goes for. Production-wise, it looks like series VII. Single-camera, four-walled sets, laugh track recorded after the fact. But the writing is always sharp, or seems sharp within the dream. Crucially, it’s funny, but with a story that has stakes.

    I wish I could remember even one of those dream episodes.

    in reply to: Did Lister ever find out what an iguana is? #229671
    Ben Paddon
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    Dear Strong Bad, how do you type with boxing gloves on?

    in reply to: Would you watch a Red Dwarf cartoon? #229393
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Kris and I always meant to do more comics together after “Songs in the Key of Files”. We’ve not quite gotten around to it.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #229309
    Ben Paddon
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    HBO PRESENTS: THE OREGON

    Same premise, but with an unnecessarily darker tone, no jokes, and it’ll take about 3-ish years to get to anything interesting happening, but the show will be met with rave reviews anyway.

    in reply to: Did Lister ever find out what an iguana is? #229308
    Ben Paddon
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    Well, you’d better find out, hadn’t you? It’s obviously beyond me, I’ve got more teeth than brain cells, remember?

    in reply to: Would you watch a Red Dwarf cartoon? #229289
    Ben Paddon
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    I’ve been saying for years, conceptually Red Dwarf would work very well as an anime.

    in reply to: When did you first read the novels? #229096
    Ben Paddon
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    Yeah, I can definitely remember bits of Last Human, and some of them are even original to the novel too, but I can’t remember the overall narrative.

    in reply to: When did you first read the novels? #228779
    Ben Paddon
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    One of my parents’d bought “Last Human”, so I started reading it. I was 11 at the time. Later, I found “Backwards” in the school library. At the time I had no idea they were a separate continuity.

    in reply to: Skipper (lost opportunity) #228683
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    A missed opportunity is that they didn’t get Hattie to cameo as holly maybe in the Mr Rat universe. yes it would have taken some of the shine of Norman being back but if you are gonna do a nostalgic alternative universes episode like that then why not?

    Hattie’s said she doesn’t want to do it because she feels she’s aged out of the role.

    I should probably set up a keyboard macro for that.

    in reply to: Skipper (lost opportunity) #228630
    Ben Paddon
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    Also money.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #228629
    Ben Paddon
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    According to tweets from Doug yonks ago, there is apparently demand for it in Japan.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #228628
    Ben Paddon
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    And here’s episode 5, which looks at a pair of long-forgotten Barbie animated specials from the 80s.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #227589
    Ben Paddon
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    My Dad is watching The Orville right now as I make a Pot Noodle, and either Seth MacFarlane hit puberty backwards and drinks helium for lunch, they’re playing it too fast/high pitched. I don’t know what channel it’s on. But it’s really noticeable, that’s not his voice. Unless he’s doing it deliberately which would be bizarre.

    I went from watching Battlestar Galactica on DVDs I’d borrowed from a friend to watching them on DVDs I bought while visiting family in the UK, and the NTSC-to-PAL conversion resulted in a very slight speedup that does in fact make certain people sound a little more chipmunky.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227588
    Ben Paddon
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    Episode 4 is here! We watched Pokémon: The First Movie, a film which has no fewer than four subtitles.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #227529
    Ben Paddon
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    M-BOP

    Mmmbop, ba duba dop, ba du bop, ba duba dop, ba du bop, ba duba dop, ba du, yeah-ee-yeah.

    Ben Paddon
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    Sometimes I think it might be fun to sit down and try to write a version of VIII that works – same basic premise, but stronger plots and better gags.

    Then I remember I’m still up to my RTD’s 4 writing that reboot pilot script that’s for exactly zero people other than myself, and I pass.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #227396
    Ben Paddon
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    Weird, I don’t use libdvdcss and VLC has always, from default installation, played DVDs from multiple regions.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227395
    Ben Paddon
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    You seem to be mistaking making a joke about an aspect of the film with complaining about it, which… yeah, I can’t help you there. Poking fun at “Brooklyn: Now” and Daisy not changing out of her paleontology duds for a date is patently ridiculous and we pointed those things out, but they weren’t complaints.

    But hey, y’know, to each their own.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #227381
    Ben Paddon
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    The X Bluray is a little slower, which is fucking dreadful. XI was a little better but suffered from being reencoded in, I think, 1080p. I ended up re-purchasing the XI set from Amazon UK and giving my US set to a friend.

    The BTE set used frame blending, which is a crime.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227379
    Ben Paddon
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    See also: The name of their plumbing company, and the name of the movie.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227378
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Luigi says Mario raised him, it’s never stated that Mario adopted Luigi.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227303
    Ben Paddon
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    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #227268
    Ben Paddon
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    BODICE OF POWER

    Phwoar, eh? etc.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #227267
    Ben Paddon
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    I’ll be happy with the retrospectives for each series, the smeg-ups and the deleted scenes. Maybe the model shots as well if they can get HD scans. If I want anything else I’ve got the DVDs, though, so no great loss if they don’t get included.

    I have doubts as to whether or not the old features will find their way into this release – special features have somewhat fallen out of vogue, alas – but it might not be expensive to bung ’em on in SD. Torchwood series 1-3 included Torchwood Declassified in SD, and the Doctor Who series 2 and 4 Bluray sets include those Children in Need mini-episodes in SD too, so the Bluray Consortium seems to be more forgiving of SD content if it’s not the main feature.

    in reply to: Series VII Highlights #227266
    Ben Paddon
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    S’bigger on the inside though, innit.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #227175
    Ben Paddon
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    TIMEDAVE

    Owing to dodgy set top box firmware, everyone’s TVs immediately turn to Dave Ja Vu after an airing of “Timewave” and are forced to endure the episode again.

    in reply to: Mac McTorchwood #227174
    Ben Paddon
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    Anyone who can watch Moffat’s run of the show and look at brilliant, layered, well-considered characters like Amy Pond and Clara Oswald, and call it “negligible characterization” frankly doesn’t deserve to own a television.

    in reply to: Series VII Highlights #227141
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    The cogent paradigm joke is fantastic. I quote it frequently.

    in reply to: Mac McTorchwood #227123
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I thought Clara’s ever-lasting goodbye in Series 8/9 was a result of Jenna not having definitely decided whether to stick around or not. “Last Christmas” gave her a good send-off and then she was back again! As with much of her character, it never felt properly planned out to me at all.

    Ah, see, that was less “will she stick around or not” and more the fact that Jenna Coleman had told Moffat she wanted to bow out at the end of series 8, then changed her mind after filming and said “Actually, can I come back and do the Christmas special?” and then, as they were working on “Last Christmas”, said that actually she’d like to come back and do one more series. So in that circumstance, it’s because they thought she wasn’t coming back, not because there was any uncertainty. She’d absolutely said “I’m done,” and then changed her mind afterwards. Twice.

    Also of note: there was a very, very early draft of “The Day of the Doctor” – so early it is, I think, just outlines and maybe a couple of opening scenes – that only had Clara in it because the only actor definitively under contract was Coleman, while Smith and Tennant were still up in the air. (There’s also an unfinished draft with Eccleston’s Doctor in place of the War Doctor, but as Eccleston declined to appear that one unfortunately never made it past the scene where they’re locked in the Tower of London.)

    in reply to: Mac McTorchwood #227102
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    “The BBC only think a year ahead” is, as fan perceptions go, one that has always left me slightly perplexed considering they regularly commission series of the show in chunks (the earliest example of this being series 2 and 3 as well as the 2005-08 Christmas specials being commissioned almost immediately off the back of the success of “Rose”) and the previously mentioned five-year plan.

    Certainly some actors have been contracted a year at a time – Eccleston, Smith and Capaldi were all contracted on an annual basis, certainly – but that’s hardly indicative of standard operating practice across the board.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #227062
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Oh good, I’ve always wanted to be on the show.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #227049
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Episode 2 has dropped. We watched Masters of the Universe, and became masters of making terrible choices as a result.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #226990
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Having rewatched the Mario movie very recently, and having come into it remember it being quite good, I have to say… it isn’t.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #226968
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Well, this is fun.

    in reply to: PLUG: A new podcast about movies about toys #226947
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Oh, the show is already listed on iTunes and Stitcher. We’re currently awaiting approval from Google Play. A sub and a review would really go a long way if you find this sort of thing interesting.

    in reply to: Mastermind #226929
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Whenever anybody mentions Mastermind all I can think of is Bill Bailey’s jaunty upbeat alternative theme for the show.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226888
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    There should be an episode thats nothing but call backs, the whole script just non-stop call backs and lines from previous series.

    Some cynical bastard is going to respond to this with “don’t you mean Back to Earth, a-hur-hur-hur,” and they’ll be… well, not 100% wrong. Maybe 60-70% wrong.

    in reply to: The Blu-ray Awakens #226887
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    If they crop it into 16:9, I’m going to set myself on fire outside GNP.

    I can’t imagine they will – “Shada” and “Spearhead From Space” didn’t get cropped.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226853
    Ben Paddon
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    ONLY THE GOOP

    While searching a derelict vessel, Lister finds the box for a Real Ghostbusters fire station playset and gets excited until he opens it to find all of the pieces are missing save for the little tub of slime you could pour into the ceiling vents.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Remastered Credits #226733
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    The remastered version of Tikka on the Series VII DVD is pretty nifty, though.

    in reply to: Wrong bloody airport #226718
    Ben Paddon
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    in reply to: Red Dwarf Remastered Credits #226717
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    When I heard that story a decade ago my initial response was, “Ahaha, what a silly mistake to make.” Now I hear it and think, “Ahaha, what a perfect example of just how poorly-planned the Remastered project was.”

    in reply to: Kissing a Psiren #226689
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Why did you turn one opinion into two posts, though?

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226559
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    OOPS, ALL BARRIES

    Chris Barrie plays all the roles in this episode, including guest cast. Story TBD.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226530
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Marvelous.

    in reply to: Sound Effects #226529
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I knew this was going to be a jaw scurvy mcdonalds thread before I even clicked it. How did I know it was going to be juice cuvette amygdala?

    Because their name appears under the thread title on the forum index.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226512
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    THE ELK

    An elk is released from stasis three million years after everyone else has died.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226502
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    FURNITURE ECHOES

    The Red Dwarf posse yell obscenities inside of a large but deserted Ikea, enjoying the acoustics as their yells of “bums” and “willy” bounce off of the sheet metal walls and plywood book shelves.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #226273
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Russell T Davies said at the time that Ten’s metacrisis regeneration would probably have consequences. He just wasn’t the one to write them.

    Keep in mind also, Moffat would often email Davies when he plans to do something with roots in Davies’ tenure as showrunner, so I don’t doubt that he fired off an email to Davies at the time to either ask, “Hey, do you think that counts as a regeneration?” or “Hey, so I’m thinking that counts as a regeneration, and I’d like to do this…”

    For my money, the metacrisis regeneration has always counted. Frankly it’d be cheap if it didn’t. I was initially not super-keen on the idea of the War Doctor, but by the time “The Day of the Doctor” rolled around I was enjoying myself far too much to give a fig about Doctor numberings and whatnot. The numbers were always a little iffy anyway, what with “The Brain of Morbius” and all that.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #226250
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Huh, you’re right.

    Though it’s interesting to note that Penguin AU have taken the page down listing the books.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #226249
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    We know for a fact that a novelisation of Day of the Doctor is forthcoming, written by Steven Moffat.

    Do we? I can’t find anything about it online.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #226203
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Personally, I was so annoyed by both the main cover and the lack of a flipside on the US release that I just still haven’t bothered to get a DVD.

    My Red Dwarf DVD collection started while I was still living in the UK so I tend to import anyway, but the lack of a reversible cover on the Blurays leaves me feeling mildly irked.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #226020
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    THREADWARDS:

    Basically everything you’ve just read, but in reverse order.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #226017
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I just want stuff on one disc to be honest

    Which won’t happen, mostly because of Bluray formatting standards. The BDA doesn’t allow pure SD content (i.e. not upscaled) on Bluray discs.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225998
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Frankly I’m still a bit shocked that “Shada” is getting a Bluray release.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225996
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    In fairness, the model shots were shot on film and the show proper was shot on video. Upscaled video is almost always going to look a bit rubbish. Frankly, even though the picture quality is a little better, I’m still shocked that they bothered putting out Doctor Who series 1-4 on Bluray at all.

    in reply to: Only The Good Is Alright #225995
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    There’s this new thing, right, called Google…

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225933
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    We know Red Dwarf I-VIII were, for a while at least, planned to receive a BLuray release before Doug killed it. If so, is it possible they were able to find the original model shot film and scan it in HD for a possible remastering? Considering the project was killed, it isn’t against all reason that the film may have been put to use in “Skipper”.

    Mind you, my money is on a simple upscaling of the original footage.

    in reply to: (off-topic) political computer games? #225827
    Ben Paddon
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    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225826
    Ben Paddon
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    BACK TO EARTH IN THE RED

    The ship returns to Earth, where Lister discovers that Norweb Federation goof from Series 1 wasn’t quite the Aprils Fools jape Holly made it out to be at the time.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225799
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    HOLBYSHIP

    A special crossover episode of etc etc

    in reply to: (off-topic) political computer games? #225798
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Democracy 3?

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225729
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I’m really really really glad this conversation is happening.

    in reply to: Name that tat #225681
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225537
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    That’s on BritBox, by the way.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225536
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225532
    Ben Paddon
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    PRE-PETE, PART 1: A special episode looking at the origins of Birdman and Pete. Namely, the very important question of how the smeg he’s allowed to have a sodding sparrow on board when Lister etc etc

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225421
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I agree, Back to Earth is absolutely Back to Earth. It’s not Series IX. But it is the ninth series of Red Dwarf, in the same way that there isn’t technically a series I and II, but we do have a first and second series of the show.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #225414
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Series IX and X are technically things “in canon”, but that has exactly zero bearing on the real world. You’ll note nobody has shot Cliff Richard as of yet.

    BTE is the ninth-produced series of episodes of Red Dwarf. It is followed by a series referred to by Series X, and itself follows Series VIII. Though we may not call it IX, it is the ninth series, and we need to just let that ghost lie. We’ve long since moved past debating whether there are raisins or chocolate chips and are arguing over whether or not the thing is a fucking cookie or not.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225407
    Ben Paddon
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    AUDI TIME

    It’s time for the Dwarfers to trade in the ‘Bug for something a little more economical, so they head down to their local Audi dealer etc etc

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225391
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    ME TOO

    Lister, in dire need of alone time, decides to wander off and do his own thing. But whenever he says where he’s going, Kryten chimes in with a “Me too!” and joins him. Meanwhile, Rimmer swears at a rabbit jelly mould for seven minutes.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225349
    Ben Paddon
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    OUT OF THYME

    Kryten was going to make a lovely dinner of seasoned chicken, but when he gets to the kitchen he discovers to his etc etc

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #225055
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    MICKOCRACY: Lister discovers singer/songwriter Mick Hucknall is inexplicably stored in stasis down on one of the lower decks. Even more startling is that he seems to hold a higher rank than Rimmer, making him acting captain. But after Hucknall instates some baffling rules onboard ship, including mandatory karaoke nights where the songlist is made up entirely of Simply Red songs, Rimmer decides to take the Astronavigation Exam once again in order to achieve a higher rank and take him down for good.

    Fortunately, the exam questions have all been replaced with “Complete these song titles” questions featuring the titles of Simply Red tracks, and Rimmer aces the exam.

    David Baddiel guest stars as a disenfranchised computer panel.

    in reply to: In Memoriam #225005
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Nah, they’re skipping it next year for tax reasons.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf is Back on Netflix Streaming, but… #225004
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    “Blue” is probably the most I-feeling VII episode. I kind of like that about the episode, honestly. I just wish more of the jokes landed.

    in reply to: Empire Dwarfcast #224798
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    BtE isn’t what I wanted from Red Dwarf’s triumphant return, but I enjoy it all the same. Despite its limitations and weaknesses, it’s a largely enjoyable bit of telly for me. It’s not perfect, by any means, but I will defend it to the hilt.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #224797
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    MEEP SQUARED: The crew receive a surprise visit from popular muppet Beaker who etc etc

    in reply to: Empire Dwarfcast #224744
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    It’s weird for me, because the BBC era and the Dave era are separated by my immigrating to the US. The BBC stuff will always be the stuff I saw on telly as a kid, while the Dave episodes are very much “the show I went to tremendous pains to watch as it aired back home.” Though I was in the UK when Back to Earth aired, which was a nice treat.

    They’re also separated by my having, y’know, grown up ‘n’ that. Obviously not a tremendous amount, as previous posts on this forum will attest, but I’m very much a different person from the one that watched VII and VIII at broadcast.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Series XII Flipside Cover? #224743
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    One day – some far off distant time way into the future which I hope to live long enough to see – people will stop arguing about whether or not the ninth series of Red Dwarf episodes should be called “series nine” or not.

    in reply to: Empire Dwarfcast #224721
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    BTE definitely works best in Director’s Cut form, I reckon. As a whole, it’s some of the strongest Dave-era Dwarf. I agree with John that it doesn’t quite set the right tone at the top of the episode, though.

    in reply to: Empire Dwarfcast #224623
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    BTE is a lot of things, but it is categorically not worse than VIII.

    Chris’ absence isn’t missed – typically when the cast do a group interview for a media outlet Chris mostly sits silent anyway.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #224622
    Ben Paddon
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    BACK TO URKEL: The long-awaited crossover between etc etc

    in reply to: Merry 10th to The Bodysnatcher Collection #224621
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    The Bodysnatcher Collection really did come out at the perfect time. I don’t know any bugger who cared about the remastered editions of the episodes, but those extras are what the set is about. You don’t see extras this details or in-depth anymore, whether as a standalone release or as part of a regular set. Nowadays you’re lucky to get a blooper reel and a special effects breakdown on the disc (I’m looking at you, The Good Place.)

    Part of that is that the shape of the home media market has changed so dramatically over the last decade. People don’t buy discs anymore, s o less money is allocated for special features. The reality is, a set like this just couldn’t get released today.

    We were lucky to get it when we did, and we were lucky it was released at all. It sucks that it’s out of print – I picked mine up on a whim at the HMV at Heathrow airport on my way back to LA after visiting my family – and though it doesn’t get watched nearly as much as the rest of my Red Dwarf DVDs, I feel very lucky to own it.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #224262
    Ben Paddon
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    ONLY THE GOOF:

    Lister gets the urge to watch a Disney movie, only to find that the sole entry in the film’s Disney library is the straight-to-video “An Extremely Goofy Movie”. He watches it anyway.

    in reply to: Danny's Hand on the XI DVD #224138
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    To make up for his omission from the initial designs of the XI cover, the spine for all upcoming seasons will line up to form a picture of Danny. What we have here is a commitment to produce at least five more seasons, but Danny’s body will stretch out across all of the spines.

    in reply to: Who would win in a fight? #224136
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    You combeened my peenions!

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #224135
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    MAROON FIVED

    Rimmer and Lister find themselves stranded on a snowy planet with the members of an American pop-rock band, and promptly walk out into the frozen wastes, opting to freeze to death rather than have to listen to yet another rendition of “This Love”.

    in reply to: Who would win in a fight? #224078
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Jawscvmcdia is the Vera robot from Superman III.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf The Movie – The Directors Cut #224077
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    BWDYCTPSOIOT?

    in reply to: Who would win in a fight? #223997
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    I’m still not convinced.

    in reply to: The BBC Are CUNTS….. #223949
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Was DWM criticizing the show itself, or the BBC’s handling of it? Because if it’s the latter, and that’s why Tom was ousted, then I’m cancelling my subscription today.

    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    We’ve got to stop him!

    in reply to: XII on disc (UK) #223682
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    On word on a steelbook yet? Nothing listed on Amazon so far.

    in reply to: Who would win in a fight? #223646
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Is Jawscvmcdia even real?

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