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  • in reply to: Biggie the Tank Engine #97290
    Blisschick
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    I’ll never be able to listen to TtTE the same way again. My son would think this is pretty funny, tho. He loved the show. (FWIW, George Carlin was the better Mr. Conductor, IMO. RIP.)

    in reply to: Holy Smegging Hell! #97221
    Blisschick
    Participant

    My best friend works in downtown Houston, and she said she sees them on the freeway all the time. I cannot even imagine being in that kind of traffic in something that small with all the trucks, SUV’s, and semis on the road here. Y’know Texans and our mentality for big, gas-guzzling vehichles…

    >thought I was gonna die. That, or blow away in the wind.

    This.

    My husband said that one of his client’s son drives one. They guy said that he loves it, but the only drawback is that now everyone thinks he’s gay for owning one. He said the laugh is on them, because he can go for a couple of weeks without having to fill up again.

    in reply to: Holy Smegging Hell! #97202
    Blisschick
    Participant

    You are so very welcome. You deserve to pat yourself on the back.

    in reply to: Holy Smegging Hell! #97199
    Blisschick
    Participant

    LMAO!!! You win this year’s Smart Ass Award. The answer was so obvious, I should have thought of that myself.

    in reply to: A new series – costumes? #97197
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’m iffy about the moustache, but yeah, I’m not exactly crazy about the current costume…I hate the quilted pants and the belt/cummerbund thingy. Howard Burden should stick to blue or green, and I don’t think Chris looks good in yellow AT ALL. I don’t like the red either, but I know that’s a standby color for soft-light, so who knows if that will ever be brought back at some point for whatever reason.

    in reply to: This is a very funny picture #97192
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Grampa Cat. I love it.

    in reply to: Comparative Studies in MindFuck Metafiction #96215
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I saw that vid awhile back and cringed when I heard what she asked. I wanted to climb under the table for him. NO WAY I would have had the guts to ask about something like that.

    in reply to: She didn’t see that coming did she? I did. #96155
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Honestly, when I first saw it, I was shocked, but I agree with the arguments that it really comes as no surprise. I agree with Dessie — Rimmer will do what it takes to ensure his own survival, dead or alive, literally. He wasn’t adverse to shooting an unarmed Simulant in the back, so why should he care about shoving Katerina into a moving car?

    in reply to: Premier reports #95501
    Blisschick
    Participant

    There’s a reason Mom always said go before we sat down! I’m really, really encouraged by this review, but why didn’t he just go back and finish watching when he knew he was trapped? Argh!

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #95442
    Blisschick
    Participant

    There’s an old human proverb that I think applies here…it goes: “Don’t let the doorknob hit you in the ass on the way out.”

    in reply to: Just over 4 days to go!! #95411
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I think I still have two episodes of VII still to watch, then I have VIII on DVD. I wish I had them all on DVD…the quality is so much better than Netflix’s system.

    in reply to: Just over 4 days to go!! #95344
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >the hours spent on G&T dissecting everything.

    Dissected, bisected, and trisected, then drawn and quartered! I’m assuming that someone is recording this?

    in reply to: Blue #95291
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >Boyardee, on the other hand, is the nectar of the gods.

    Agreed.

    in reply to: Blue #95286
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Banquet meals scare me. My brownies never look that good. Starvation food, right up there with Ramen Noodles.

    in reply to: Loose Women #95250
    Blisschick
    Participant

    What’s funny is that the first time I watched “Confidence & Paranoia” I kept thinking he looked familiar, but couldn’t put my finger on who he was, and it bugged me every time I watched it. Then not too long ago, out of the blue, I realized who he was. My hubby and kids didn’t believe me until I made them watch the epi again. He was a lot heavier and more tanned than he is now.

    You can email him directly to have your emails read on the show (it’s part of the gimmick), and I’ve seriously toyed with emailing and suggesting that he have Bobby on when he comes to the US later this year, but I haven’t been brave enough to do it yet.

    in reply to: Loose Women #95249
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >CONFIDENCE is now a talk show host in America?! Odd.

    You didn’t know? CONFIDENCE is LOVED by America, and he became a citizen January of last year. His talk show clips are posted all over YouTube. He was first Mr. Wick on The Drew Carey Show for several years. Craig is the first to admit that his British accent was complete crap.

    in reply to: Loose Women #95239
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >At least we don?t have to put up with Rosie O? Donnell.

    Who says I have to, either? I have control of the remote.

    *hangs head in shame*

    Okay, I’ll admit it, I watched her a few weeks ago on Craig Ferguson…but I was watching the show strictly for Craig. Honestly. And I watched with reluctance. I was twitching the whole time. Srsly.

    in reply to: Loose Women #95229
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >That?s exactly what it is based on.

    As an American and a woman, I sincerely apologize.

    in reply to: Blue #95224
    Blisschick
    Participant

    and Yellow Streaks

    in reply to: Loose Women #95223
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Sounds like the UK equivalent of “The View”. Gah. I don’t watch daytime TV AT ALL.

    in reply to: Look at Dave! #95114
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Nice countdown clock in the corner there. Sadly, it doesn’t apply to me. *sniff*

    in reply to: The CatNav at SCD98247 #94955
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >Worth noting too that, just as we got a little clip of Kryten when we unlocked the Theme Tune bonus last week, with this we see a fuzzy clip of Rimmsy performing a full Rimmer salute. :D

    Where are you seeing this? I cannot find it.

    in reply to: Smart Shoes they were called… #94903
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I worked at the Hut for about a year. The boss I had there was a complete rat bastard that chased the jaibait waitresses.

    (Why does it seem that most managers at pizza places are just oxygen thieves? I should’ve had therapy.)

    in reply to: To ganymede and Titan!! #94902
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Hmmm, yes, interesting. I have no idea what any of that meant.

    in reply to: Smart Shoes they were called… #94898
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Working for the pizza industry in the US is a bad dream all the way around. I don’t doubt it for a moment.

    in reply to: To ganymede and Titan!! #94886
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I never actually went through the site, since after the first page I just couldn’t force myself to explore another bad website. Now that I know it’s Seb’s, I kind of poked around. It’s pretty funny now that I know, but I would have been in sheer hell if I’d thought otherwise. Great job!

    in reply to: To ganymede and Titan!! #94833
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’ll have to dig out my box of gold stars. :-P

    in reply to: To ganymede and Titan!! #94831
    Blisschick
    Participant

    #1 website, huh? I find that rather boastful. I’m just sayin’…

    in reply to: V remake? #94492
    Blisschick
    Participant

    V, as in Kenneth Johnson, y’know “The Visitors”. The show were we found out Freddy Krueger was really a lizard.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(science_fiction)

    Sorry, I now realize that the heading was more than a bit ambiguous. My bad.

    in reply to: A Message From Kryten #94487
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Not to burst your bubble, but the link has already been posted here:

    http://www.ganymede.tv/atspeed/2009/03/listers-coming-home#comment

    The coughing was pretty funny. He seemed to be having a hard time not cracking himself up.

    in reply to: I’ve just bought a Slinky… #94332
    Blisschick
    Participant

    The only thing I owned from that era was a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man doll, which I thought was kind of cheesy at the time, but like everyone else, I wish I still owned. I don’t even remember what happened to it.

    in reply to: Welcome Home Dave party at The Aigburth Arms #94232
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >locking myself in my room with the curtains drawn, phone off, shouting at anyone who disturbed me like a right psycho.

    I’ll be doing this, but only because I live in the wrong smegging country. :-(

    in reply to: 20th Century Fox as you’re never heard it before. #93820
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I think I just lost brain cells. Could be why I’m laughing at it.

    in reply to: New banner #93780
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Norm’s big old man caterpillar eyebrows just scare me.

    Blisschick
    Participant

    >I just don?t trust myself not turning people into bowling pins (unintentionally.)

    This is exactly why I learned how to drive with an automatic. My son thought the same way at first, only he’s didn’t get a choice.

    Blisschick
    Participant

    I didn’t learn to drive a standard until about 10 years ago, and now I just feel *wrong* driving an automatic. The only thing I still have issues with are steep inclines. I get kind of panicky over the whole rolling backwards thing, especially when people pull up too close behind me. On the few occasions I’ve had to drive an automatic since, my left foot feels kind of lost without something to do. I’ve even accidentally tapped the brake looking for the clutch.

    I wouldn’t say that there’s a big adversion to standards over here, although I do agree that there are more cars made with automatics than not. Just off the top of my head, most of my family and friends have standards, sometimes one of each if they have more than one vehicle. Both of ours are standard…three, if you count my son’s graduation gift, hiding at my friend’s house.

    in reply to: The long-overdue Post Your Picture thread #93594
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Aughra, you’ve never looked better! Who does your hair? I just got mine done the other day…I’m not real happy with my highlights.

    Photobucket

    Blisschick
    Participant

    You’ve seen one hot bready item, you’ve seen them all.

    in reply to: SFX: Back To Earth – Double Page Spread #93266
    Blisschick
    Participant

    My big question is who turns on Rimmer’s new hologram? I’m assuming that sometime after Lister and the others cross thru the mirror universe, or maybe just before he dies from whatever cause, he activates himself, since no one would be around to do it for him. Considering he always has looked out for Number One and made sure he covered his own butt, I place my bet he does it. I’m not going to speculate on whether or not he has any knowledge of the events in Me2, but assuming he doesn’t, he might make that same decision again.

    in reply to: Great chicken fingers #93080
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Chicken strips and fish sticks here. Calling them fingers must be some Yankee thing. I’ll ask the hubby.

    Oh, honey…

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #92844
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >he?s told us he was difficult back then

    Well, thank goodness he finally grew up and acts so much more professional. *coff*

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #92842
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >Is that a euphemism?

    Umm…yeah, sure. *blushing and whisting innocently*

    >They took his ball. They took his ball away.

    Bastards. Why?

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #92837
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I hate to beat a dead horse, but what is the story with the ball?

    in reply to: HOW TO GET INTO BRITISH COMEDY by a total idiot #92819
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >The thing about Benny Hill. For all the obvious stuff people associate with him, he also had a certain charisma and an ability to churn out laughs.

    Personally, I never found him very funny. I just thought he looked like Winston Churchill.

    in reply to: HOW TO GET INTO BRITISH COMEDY by a total idiot #92798
    Blisschick
    Participant

    What hummingbird said.

    in reply to: HOW TO GET INTO BRITISH COMEDY by a total idiot #92729
    Blisschick
    Participant

    True, I see your point (and Dave’s). You do have to go out of your way over here to educate yourself to a degree. Beyond entertainment, celebrities, and the occasional newsworthy item, I don’t think many people know a whole lot about anything over there. I’m sure if it weren’t for the various friends and family who have either lived there or came over to live here, I’d probably have very little knowledge of cultural references.

    in reply to: HOW TO GET INTO BRITISH COMEDY by a total idiot #92727
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >I assume that in the USA you have to go out of your way to find British stuff. You have to want to enjoy it.

    Yes and no.

    I think it has more to do with what kind of television you like to watch and when. At least it was for me. It started when I was a kid with late-night viewing of Monty Python and Doctor Who, then expanded when I was older with Are You Being Served?, Fawlty Towers, and Keeping Up Appearances being shown on PBS late night. And if you have a redneck step-father that likes bawdy humor, you get to watch Benny Hill (whether we wanted to or not). PBS was the main channel that exposed me to much of British television, but depending on where you lived in the ’80’s, some of the larger cities’ major network stations, along with a few independents, would run shows from Britain late night, I’m assuming because they didn’t think that anyone who keeps normal hours would be interested in watching them. Most smaller cities and rural areas didn’t even bother showing them and probably still don’t.

    in reply to: Sci-fi & Your SO #92568
    Blisschick
    Participant

    LOST is a definite. I started watching it during season 2, love it, and got the family into watching it. I think right now, aside from a few other favorite non-sci-fi shows, this is my absolute fave at the moment. It’s been hard not to hemmorhage from the ears when trying to work it all out, tho.

    I got him hooked on Heroes not too long ago, but since the new volume has started, I haven’t watched it, really. I have three eps lined up on TiVo just waiting for me. I’ve kind of gotten bored with it. There have been big promises made by Tim Kring and writers to make up for the last volume being so lame, esp. by bringing back one of the original writers. (I can’t remember his name at the moment.) Maybe they’ll make Nathan more likable again and I won’t want to smack him every time I see him. I also want to see Mohinder turn into Brundlefly.

    in reply to: Wedding of the Decade? #92517
    Blisschick
    Participant

    “In a week when Britain was transfixed by the wedding of Jade Goody, a reality star known for her incredible ignorance, one newspaper asked what was wrong with modern Britain when a clever quiz contestant is utterly loathed and a dim reality star loved.”

    Sign of the times, sadly. I don’t get it, either.

    in reply to: Bad news #92463
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Thanks, Phil. I need therapy now.

    in reply to: Bad news #92462
    Blisschick
    Participant

    No, actually, I wasn’t even aware the discussion existed. Since I’m not one to turn down an opportunity to piss my pants, I guess I’ll go off with an extra set of drawers and read. Mom always told me to wear clean ones.

    in reply to: Bad news #92450
    Blisschick
    Participant

    You’ve noticed their limitations, too, huh? I’d like think they only have what has been released here in the US, but there’s so much foreign stuff on there too, it makes me wonder. There’s also the thing with only certain seasons/episodes of various series available for instant viewing. I wonder why they don’t just put the whole series up rather than just seemingly random seasons? Argh.

    in reply to: I had a dream…. #92365
    Blisschick
    Participant

    That hasn’t happened…yet. What do you eat/drink/smoke before this happens?

    in reply to: I had a dream…. #92360
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Okay, well, the 13th threw me off…I couldn’t find a match. I was just amazed that the cat had that many and remember wondering if she’d broken some kind of record.

    in reply to: I had a dream…. #92354
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Crud, I *just* remembered my dream from last night…

    I had a stray cat follow me home. She was pregnant and I felt sorry for her even though I knew my husband would be mad for letting her in. She then went between my bar and couch and gave birth. I got a box and started putting them in, and kittens kept materializing left and right, in matching pairs, all with their eyes open and moving around. The cat ended up having 13 kittens. I was kind of worried because the cat only had 12 tits and I would have to bottle feed one for her.

    in reply to: I had a dream…. #92352
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’ve always had very vivid, weird, movie-like dreams. And yes, realizing that you’re dreaming and waking up is always a joy-kill, especially when you’re enjoying the heck out of the freaky alternate reality. On a couple occasions a long time ago I was actually able to continue the dream, oddly, but I haven’t done that since. I was coming down off some medication a couple of years ago and discovered lucid dreaming, which was really freaky. I was having trouble distinguishing between actually being awake and realizing that I was still dreaming, but then I figured out how to tell by whether or not my bedroom door was actually open and light coming in (my door is usually closed).

    I’ve had Superman get things for me off the top shelf in the grocery store, turned into Donny Osmond while trying to escape a prisoner camp, my kids turning into Dachunds, and came up with more story ideas that I can shake a stick at. My daughter and I were talking the other day about how we can be singing a song in our dream and know all the words, but when we wake up, we can’t remember what it was and how much that bugs us. I’m sure I’ve created a few top singles I’ve forgotten.

    in reply to: Feature VS Specials #92317
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I really like the Xtended versions I’ve seen. I would rather see the new stuff like that, but if that’s not an option, I’m not going to complain. It’s definitely better than having nothing at all!

    in reply to: Just watched Spaceballs for the first time #92271
    Blisschick
    Participant

    What’s even funnier is that Tuvok (Tim Russ) delivered that line. A cussin’ Vulcan. Who knew?

    Sadly, me. Damn those Voyager reruns.

    in reply to: Bobby on BBC4 #92266
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’m wondering that, too. We ditched DirecTv awhile back, and the crappy cable company we have now doesn’t even carry it with the premium package. We keep talking about getting DirecTv again (the dish is still outside and connectable), if anything for the Sci-Fi and National Geographic channels. Getting Sci-Fi back is mostly what he wants if for, but I’m really bugging him about it in hopes RD will be shown on BBC America. If I have to wait and see it during a PBS telethon before I can buy it, I think I’ll hang myself.

    in reply to: Bobby on BBC4 #92246
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >Did you know people in Holland receive all the BBC channels for free? It?s true.

    Should I be insulted by this?

    in reply to: Twitter Directory #92237
    Blisschick
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    in reply to: Bobby on BBC4 #92228
    Blisschick
    Participant

    That doesn’t seem fair that they would block viewers outside the US since we don’t have buy a license here. I know we pay for it in other ways, though, like exhaustive advertising. Thank God for TiVo!

    in reply to: Bobby on BBC4 #92222
    Blisschick
    Participant

    *sniff* You had to go off and get all righteous, didn’t ya? :-P

    in reply to: Bobby on BBC4 #92208
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Ugh…I have been kicked to the curb by BBC. I’m not allowed to view the video because I’m not a British citizen. [insert indignation here] Well!

    Do they do that sort of thing to viewers outside the US? Just curious.

    in reply to: Bobby interview on MacBreak Weekly #92055
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Don’t hold this as gospel, but I swear I read on Twitter a few days back him mentioning this interview, so I’m thinking it’s been probably within the past week.

    Just checked…nope, I was wrong. MacBreak mentioned, but not the interview.

    in reply to: Simon the Sorcerer #91968
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I saw on Youtube awhile back some video of the game. Cute if you’re into that sort of thing.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah_wW4B4Lvc

    in reply to: Sci-fi & Your SO #91817
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Mine enjoys a lot of the classic stuff, too. Oddly, neither of us have ever been into Battlestar Galactica, as kids or adults. My best friend was all into the original series, though. I think she had a crush on Dirk Benedict.

    It’s a close call who’s nerdier between us, but I’m probably more so than he is.

    in reply to: Sci-fi & Your SO #91814
    Blisschick
    Participant

    *laughing myself sick*

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91811
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Phillips is a cheap brand over here, too. I think Walmart carries them.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91807
    Blisschick
    Participant

    ARGH! I have a One 4 All remote, but it’s about 10 years old and doesn’t have a DVD button. Go figure.

    Yeah, that was my thought, that I’d buy something cheap. I can’t see myself spending a lot of money on something that I’ll only be watching a few shows on.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91803
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Thanks for the links. I’m looking too, but the only thing I’m finding out is that I have a POS player. >:-( I guess I shouldn’t whine too loudly…at least it hasn’t broken yet.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91796
    Blisschick
    Participant

    It’s a Sony DVP-NS57P. Interesting…there is a chart of language codes in the back of the user’s manual. Useless to me unless I want to watch DVD’s in Esperanto.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91786
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I haven’t heard of a Region 0 code. That would work perfectly. We already have a new DVD player that we just bought about two months ago because the last one died. I’ll put a bug in the hubby’s ear and see what he can do. It’s handy being married to a computer god. :-) Thanks SO & Phil.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91746
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’ve been seriously thinking of getting a second player just to use for Region 2 DVD’s since there are several I’ve been wanting to get that are only available in 2. It totally sucks that Britta’s isn’t available over here. The only eps. I’ve been able to watch are what have been posted online. I’m surprised that Netflix hasn’t got them either, but then I’m guessing they’re only renting/converting what’s available over here.

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher #91708
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Nope, no Region 1 to speak of. Unless I can convince my husband to convert a Region 1 DVD player, I guess I’m SOL. :-(((

    in reply to: Which version of the closing theme do you think will be used? #91576
    Blisschick
    Participant

    There are two different versions. I just realized that myself the other night. I just dismissed it as an updated version for the (at the time) new episodes.

    What about something orchestral like Ace Rimmer’s theme? Scary, I know. Just my two cents.

    in reply to: Does Rimmer produce man sauce? #91430
    Blisschick
    Participant

    *gouging out eyes*

    in reply to: The biggest pile of shit I have ever read! #91312
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Sheesh, if you’re gonna rant, at least spell the character’s names correctly.

    [maximum sarcasm intended]

    in reply to: Thanks for the Memories! #91216
    Blisschick
    Participant

    No, I don’t think so. I mostly recall bad web pages and even worse BBS’s.

    in reply to: best and worst of the rd novels ?? #91039
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >As long as you know who Kevin Keegan is, you?ll be fine.

    I’m in trouble then.

    *off to Google Kevin Keegan*

    in reply to: best and worst of the rd novels ?? #90983
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >Girls in Red Dwarf fandom, I have noticed, seem to have a thing for Rimmer generally. I think it?s probably all down to some deep desire to ?fix? him.

    Probably you’re right. Most of us are hardwired to be nurturing and maternal. It’s just hard not to feel sorry for him. In the real world, though, I’d be telling someone like him to suck it up and move on and probably would’ve thought he was a real creep.

    in reply to: best and worst of the rd novels ?? #90979
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I’m glad I saw this post, because I just purchased all four books on Amazon last night since they’re not to be found in any bookstore anywhere around me. I was told by Barns & Noble they’re out of print. (I don’t know how true that actually is.) It was a toss-up between the first two or the Omnibus, so I figured I’d get the two originals and get the other later and compare the two. Any thoughts on that?

    >ONE MEASLY, STINKIN? DOLLAR.

    And I’m the guilty party that bought it. A couple of them, actually. I’d prefer new, but since I just bought the Series VIII DVDs brand new the other day for the price of my firstborn, I’m having to go cheap. (YAY! I even got the collector’s cards!)

    >I prefer listining to the audios really. Chris Barrie brings the first two books to life. Craig Charles has a much harder job with the slobbering GELF filled ?Last Human? but still does a fantastic job. Rob Grant does a weird Ace Rimmer.

    I’ve been listening to them…I think I’m still at the beginning of Backwards somewheres. IMO, Rob Grant is okaaaay, a lot easier to listen to than Craig Charles even though he lacks the ability to really personalize the characters. I absolutely love listening to Chris Barrie and his eerie, dead-on impersonations. I think he sounds more like Kryten than Kryten sometimes! (I’m also biased because I think he has a sexy voice…it’s a girl thang.)

    ;-)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf 2009 FAQ #90963
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Not that I really think that anyone would shoot me, but opinions do run strong here. *waves white flag* Being new to this forum, I’ve come to learn in a short period of time that Norm isn’t the um…how to put this politically…most loved of the Hollies, I guess. A lot don’t like Kochanski II, either. Personally, I prefer Hattie and don’t mind Chloe, although I have felt her placement in the whole of things in VII & VIII is sort of…off. (Dunno, it’s probably just me.) I agree, though, it’s good news and makes you wonder who the other characters will be.

    in reply to: PAUL’S SPORADIC YOUTUBE FIND. #90718
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Thanks, hummingbird! :-)

    in reply to: WIKI???… #90712
    Blisschick
    Participant

    I like how it’s claiming that it’s the “Trustworthy Encyclopedia”. [insert sarcasm here] If it’s printed on the Internet, then it must be true, yes?

    in reply to: PAUL’S SPORADIC YOUTUBE FIND. #90710
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Does anyone know if the original HHGttG BBC radio broadcast is available as an audiobook? I remember listing to it as a kid and fell in love with it. Reading the book was just never the same. *nostalgic sigh* Funny that this was brought up, though. I did buy the Ultimate version about a month ago since my mom tossed all my original dogeared books several years back. *sniff*

    in reply to: New Episode Pre-Title Sequence #90450
    Blisschick
    Participant

    >The clip of Rimmer saying ?we better get a job? has re-ignited my fury at the cast?s utter stupidity on the commentary when they keep banging on about Chris having a bad hair day when CLEARLY the whole point is that he?s trying to cover up the ?H? so it doesn?t look suspicious to the people!

    Yeah, what’s with that? I just watched this ep today. It IS obvious, about as obvious as the dated Reagan mask. *sigh*

    in reply to: SNOW! #90449
    Blisschick
    Participant

    Haha! Love the snow Dalek! Priceless.

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