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  • in reply to: Attention, Keyboardists and Guitarists: #206103
    HelloMabel
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    This is a test of the “preformatted” alert system.

    It didnt work. I used and , but my extra spaces dont show. Probably a painfully obvious beginners mistake.

    in reply to: Attention, Keyboardists and Guitarists: #206061
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Yay it works! Mabel (and anyone else wanting to do this) if you use the [code] [/code] tags (with <‘s not [‘s obviously), it turns the font monospaced for easy formatting of chords and barlines etc…

    Oh yes, that looks much nicer to read. Hooray! I am rubbish at html tags, but I think I can just about master that one. Next up will be the fugal theme from "Kryten."

    The best thing about chord progressions: they are uncopyrightable! We are safe if we refrain from posting melodies.

    in reply to: Attention, Keyboardists and Guitarists: #206060
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Bexley, would it be possible/convenient to bring your accordion to DJ? I could play along with your arrangement on violin. The hammond organ theme would probably sound great on accordion, too.

    >[…] on the assumption that what you’ve posted isn’t a load of discordant nonsense, which it looks like it probably isn’t.

    Thank you. Not discordant, no, but bits of it do get quite heart-wrenchingly dissonant.

    in reply to: Attention, Keyboardists and Guitarists: #206046
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Have you tried out the progression yet?

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #206019
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Ive been thinking about the middle 41. (As well as the fact that my apostrophe key has died.)

    While there is basically only one way to be placed near the top or bottom of the ranking, there are many ways to land in the middle. Consider the following curves:

    Mountain: most people rank this episode in the middle, with very few high or low votes.

    Plain: this episode is all over the map, with approximately equal numbers of high, middle and low votes.

    Valley: most interesting of all, this polarizing episode would not have very many votes in the middle, but many high and low rankings that cancel each other out, placing it in the middle.

    It would be really interesting to find out, of the middle episodes, what type of curve they had. I think “Fathers and Suns,” for example, might turn out to be a valley episode based my memory of the reviews.

    in reply to: Should we see Meltdown as Series 4 Episode 1? #206018
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I always thought that “canon” was determined by actual broadcast order?

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205997
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    It’s my #2.

    Also, at least two people have the same #1 as me. Hooray!

    in reply to: National Backwards day. #205996
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Apparently it’s national Backwards day (from america I think) today.

    I have a few relatives for whom EVERY day is National Backwards Day.

    in reply to: First episode of Red Dwarf seen? #205835
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Good, I’m glad I’m not the only one whose first Red Dwarf memory contradicts actual known facts.

    The actual fact is, my first episode was Future Echoes (high five, PP3!) on a homemade VHS recording from two friends who were hooked and intent on hooking me. But my memory of first viewing that and the rest of series I and II (and accompanying pledge drives), is lost in the sands of time except for faint shadows of Queeg saying “suckas” and two Rimmers exercising, while one of my friends glanced over to check whether I was really appreciating the show.

    My first clear Red Dwarf memory is getting up at 1 a.m. in secret to watch and tape repeats of series III and IV (I didn’t know VCRs had timers,) then going to school and INSISTING to my two best friends that they needed to do the same thing. And I remember one friend’s concern that the words ‘Red Dwarf’ never occur in the theme song; however, she did enjoy the bongos in Meltdown.

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205832
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    One and a half weeks into my new job as a long-term substitute teacher, I can say with confidence that the very best thing is: NOT being a substitute teacher.

    #isitmay3yet

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205731
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > I’m going to stick my neck out here and go on record as saying I honestly don’t get all the hate for Pete.

    Phil’s limerick sums it up nicely.

    in reply to: Happiest of New Years! #205549
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    My New Year’s Wish is that you all find a way to show up at DJ so I can give each of you a big hug.

    Additionally, I wish for more forum insanity, inside jokes that I have to research to get them, cleverly Photoshopped ruses, and creative swearing. Basically, carry on. :)

    Happy 2013!

    in reply to: Any differences in "Roter Zwerg ", the German novels? #205523
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Where’s theLeen when you need her? :)

    I’m fluent in German, but I don’t have the German novels.

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205475
    HelloMabel
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    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205430
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Mabel, do you know the names of any local contractors/rebuilders (homes, buildings) by the name of Ogle, by chance?

    No. Do they do actual work or just stand there looking in the windows? ;)

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205422
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Best thing ever? A big hug from a loved one you haven’t seen in a long time.

    Or, possibly, the butter thread.

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #205360
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Cheers, guys. :)

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205359
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Yeah, needless to say I’m loathe to try posting images again after the malware incident. Maybe Ben P. can post some on behalf of both of us.

    As to my surroundings, the building (Pasadena City Hall) out Leonard and Sheldon’s apartment window in TBBT is a mile away from where I’m sitting. Plenty of natural beauty in the local mountains and beaches, though I don’t think anything quite compares to Fozzi’s Aussie pics. :)

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #205355
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    You mean the site I found by googling “free image hosting”? How can that be???

    :( Sorry, everyone. And I was so proud of myself for figuring out how to post a screencap.

    in reply to: Well, you see, the sleigh was late…… #205275
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    They’re brilliant!

    in reply to: Christmas Specials/Films? #205240
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    The Christmas episode of Vicar of Dibley!

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #205239
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Ack. Me making stupid assumptions, there. Sorry, Blisschick. Your previous avatar said “fried” with a picture of a chicken, so I thought of KFC.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #205238
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Can’t get enough of Neil Innes, so I’m looking forward to the Raggy Dolls the most (at the moment).

    I love you genericnerdyusername!

    in reply to: A NEW LOW in AMERICAN TELEVISION #205237
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > sorry had to vent, specifically had to vent in a place where the average subscriber has a functioning brain and a human heart, sorry again

    The good news, if any can be gleaned from all this, is I hadn’t heard about the Westboro protest and none of my family had either. Looks like many media outlets are choosing not to give them any attention, at least so far.

    in reply to: A NEW LOW in AMERICAN TELEVISION #205236
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Scary Santa

    Oh my God, it’s Viv Stanshall!

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205235
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil
    > For I already live with a dead git

    Yes. Or should I say: No-no-no-no-no-no-no yeah, no. Yeah.

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205079
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Vicar of Dibbley Dawn would be good!

    The lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
    He maketh me to lie shipwrecked and comatose.
    He leadeth me beside the still waters, goldfish shoals nibbling at my toes.

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #205077
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Are you people kidding me?? Sixty-three degrees WINTER?

    Sorry, instead of “winter,” that should have read “heaven.” :)

    /smug mode

    Blisschick, as a Kentuckian you’ll appreciate this: My last visit to Kentucky, my parents and I were asked the memorable question, “What is it with you Californians and trees? It’s just another thing you gotta mow around.”

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #205016
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    63° *is* winter.

    …Isn’t it?

    in reply to: Tikka to Ride – Pronunciation? #205014
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    The Last Dal
    Naanarchy

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #204965
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >If you make it through Denver for any reason I’ll buy you a beer.

    Denver is a great city! Phil, I’ve got cousins in Aurora. Next time I visit them I’ll stop by to see you and we’ll have a grand old time getting pished and making up limericks. :)

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #204963
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Pip turns up her nose at Mc Donald’s Big Breakfast it was crap.

    Good taste, that Pip. Stick with Waffle House or IHOP. :)

    >I hope the Indians are not on the war path,or scalp hunting.

    The Indians are in India, except for those who emigrated. And our indigenous peoples will give you much less trouble than THEY got from OUR forefathers.

    /soapbox

    Actually, I have some native American ancestry and there’s a good chance that you do, too.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204934
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Hooray!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204921
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    What I’ll really need is a picture of me and Auntie Annie as proof. Practice looking gangly and gormless so he’ll believe we’re related. :)

    in reply to: Jons mad movie #204914
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I’m happy for your positive experience.

    >My film House Of Fun: Happy Returns.

    Was this meant to be a link to the film? Should I look for it, or is it something I’d only enjoy if I know that band?

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204912
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Once again I’m probably the last to know, but, Howard Goodall has written A TON of Christmas music. I only know this because I just visited the Faber Music site to check whether his Red Dwarf piano arrangements are available yet (they’re not).

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204911
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    “I’m sorry, [name of boss]. I can’t attend faculty enrichment training on May 3. I have a family reunion.”

    Congratulations. You all have just adopted me.

    in reply to: Odd Dwarfy type things. #204903
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Thanks for this, John! A real blast from the past. I remember finding episode scripts online (in that very font, which seemingly was the only font we had back then), and I spent hours printing them all out because our printer was so slow. I think it may even have been on continuous feed paper so I would then have to carefully tear off all the borders.

    Incidentally, since their “character rating system” was only between 0 and 1, the difference between 0.63 and 0.67 is bigger than it first seems: fully four percentage points.

    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Yeah. Funny how they never quote *actual fans* talking *actual shit* about the series in question.

    I expect crickets from the stateside press. Again.

    Sorry if it seems like I keep droning on about that, but that’s really issue #1 for us.

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204879
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Oh gosh, “Six to Eight Black Men” … and pretty much every other Sedaris family Christmas tale. Do you have Holidays on Ice?

    The audio book, of course. :) Though it’s almost as fun to hand the book around and see if any of your relatives can read any of it out loud without corpsing.

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204872
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    David Sedaris – Santaland Diaries
    David Sedaris – Six to Eight Black Men
    Neil Innes – Tinsel and String

    in reply to: Red Dwarf at Christmas #204846
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Better Than Life -> 27th of Geldof -> Feed the World.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204747
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >> Stratford-upon-Avon (home of Shakespeare).

    > Not any more, though.

    Fun fact: if the Shakespeare family had remained in the village where John Shakespeare grew up, Will would be known today as the “Bard of Snitterfield.” (Bryson, p. 32) (just happen to be reading this currently) (sorry)

    in reply to: Rimmericks #204466
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > But it’s not a limerick.

    > I think a lot of the limericks were rejected because THEY AREN’T SMEGGING LIMMERICKS

    > Buh BAH bah buh BAH bah bah BUH, […]

    Hang on. Are you trying to tell me everybody’s dead…wrong? ;)

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #204402
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Just that Connell’s crossover story reminded me of that crossover tangent we did, inspired by Jonsmad’s comment. That was fun.

    Actually, did Jonsmad ever say what he was referring to?

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204397
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    *fingers crossed*

    in reply to: The BBC #204393
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    *mind blown*

    in reply to: The BBC #204390
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    It’s getting on toward supper time here in the Pacific time zone, and being inspired by Cappsy, guess what’s on tonight’s menu:

    > Condensed tomato soup on pasta, with a healthy smothering of garlic […]

    … Sautéed in butter, of course.

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #204371
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Brilliant, Connell. Not only could I picture those two becoming friends, but your scenario also reminded me of this:

    Red Dwarf X – Episode 4 – Set Report

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204366
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Oh I definitely shall. :) By the time that weekend rolls around I will have spent four months as a substitute school music teacher. I will be needing several drinks.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #204353
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > I think my competition entry was better than those, but not much.

    What was it, Clem?

    HelloMabel
    Participant

    After today I don’t know why anyone would want to moderate a forum.

    Glad we have this one, though. :)

    *goes and rereads the limericks*

    in reply to: The Man In The Rubber Mask AudioBook #204339
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    TIL tannoy system, fascia, and the phenomenon of awarding an Internet.

    HelloMabel
    Participant

    How’s it going with those screen shots? I’d like to see some when you get a chance.

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #204241
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I have already done that, Doug. It doesn’t go well because the audience needs French windows. There is now no need for you to write this plot.

    in reply to: The Man In The Rubber Mask AudioBook #204237
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I hadn’t thought of that; I guess he might be Louie Pascoe.

    It’s not like its a big deal or anything, it just reminds me of a certain classic from The Kingsmen.

    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > how do I go about changing first impression fascia?

    *googles ‘fascia’*

    Er… Yoga? ;)

    in reply to: The BBC #204229
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    And butter.

    in reply to: The Man In The Rubber Mask AudioBook #204220
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    An honest mistake.

    Naming your kid Louie Llewellyn, though, that’s just evil. :)

    in reply to: The Man In The Rubber Mask AudioBook #204211
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Has anyone reminded him that the warm-up guy for “Trojan” was Tom Price, not Ray Peacock?

    in reply to: Robert on Wired.co.uk's 100th Anniversary Podcast! #204197
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Red…right…drawf?

    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Hi Dodge, I didn’t even know there WAS a rolling eye smiley! Welcome.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204109
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Ben – Hooray! See you there. :)

    takerdemon – Thanks! You’ve got yourself a roomie. :) I might still move in with Annie if her friend can’t come, but you are Plan A.

    OH MY GOD IM ACTUALLY GOING TO A DJ!!!111!!!!!!1
    (sry rong thred)

    in reply to: Rimmericks #204102
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Shall I be the annoying pedant who points out it doesn’t scan properly, then?

    That’s rich coming from Mr. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch! ;)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204017
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Danny, what’s the best way to send you arrangements? I’ve finally rewritten one that was lost with my stolen laptop. It’s a jpeg image of a hand-written part :( but it’s still legible and the best I can do, having no access to a sequencer or music-writing software. BTW, you’re welcome to make any changes you want.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204016
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > You should go to Gallifrey One, Mabel. I’m going in February.

    It’s sold out, according to the website (and it’s no wonder, looking at the guest list). Too bad, although I don’t think I could have justified two such big-ticket luxuries in a 3-month span anyway. But I could meet you some place near there, like the Melody bar on Sepulveda.

    in reply to: A new PortsCenter Thread: Amiga A-Go-Go #204009
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Amiga, amiga, awaah, awaah! Amiga, amiga, awaah!

    That’s your slogan sorted.

    in reply to: Cast Twitter Chat #204006
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I hope some of you who tweet will contribute some better questions than what they’ve gotten so far.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #204001
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Let me know what you guys think :)

    Of those four I liked the Polymorph one the best. :)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203949
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Ben, you *have* to attend. We’ve never managed to meet up here in LA, and if I meet everybody halfway around the world but not the one G&Ter who lives 45 minutes away from me, well that’s just ridiculous.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203922
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Or it could have just been because the 15-year-old was a minor…

    (And Red Dwarf is a mining ship… *groan*)

    That’s very nice of you, Annie. Please do keep me updated as things get more settled. :)

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203921
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > A studious young man from Japanymede
    > Was researching Titan and Ganymede.
    > But he stumbled on this site
    > And, caught up in its shite,
    > Said, “Sayonara, five-year planymede!”

    A lovely Red Dwarf fan from Brighton
    Has an urge that there’s just no use fightin’.
    When she meets that Japanymeder
    She’ll find that he can complete ‘er –
    Guess where they’ll meet? ________ _ _____!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203897
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >In regards to DJ, any advice for a n00b attending? Want to make the most of it.

    If the DwarfCasts are to be believed, it is very difficult to NOT have a good time. But I will leave this to be answered more specifically by people who have actually attended.

    > if anyone wants to share then I’m open to the suggestion if it helps make it affordable for someone else.

    Me?

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203894
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Well, since a double can be converted to two twin beds, I don’t mind sharing with a guy, either.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203893
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > I can’t do a thing with them.

    You could always post them here. Just a thought. :)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203892
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Thanks for checking that out for me, Annie. Too bad.

    Mick – tempting as that offer is, I don’t fly 5400 miles with no bed waiting for me on the other side. I learned that lesson in Amsterdam.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203874
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    takerdemon and Bexley, this is for you:

    Look at this fine pair of limericks
    Worthy of the title of ‘Rimmericks’.
    Should you meet Chris Barrie
    At DJ, please carry
    Your Rimmericks right up to him-mericks.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203871
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Oh yes.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203869
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I’m really looking forward to the write-up of this. :)

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203826
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Some topics I’m tired of (or hate):
    Why ‘slag’, said by Dave, was just great!
    Why Norm was a jerk,
    Just how *do* light bees work?
    But most of all, seven v. eight.

    Gladly accepting suggestions on how to fit ‘which Rimmer it is’ in there. :)

    in reply to: Coming soon: Mickey Wars. #203825
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Absolutely. My gripe is more with Disney buying up everything and its mum than with them acquiring Lucasfilm specifically.

    But that’s what happens when you wish upon a Death Star.

    (That one’s not mine; I stole it.)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203824
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Lister likes curry. I think Rimmer likes soup.

    Well the rest of you might as well pack it in; peas_and_corn’s got the quiz in the bag. ;-)

    in reply to: Coming soon: Mickey Wars. #203821
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    This had the odd effect of making me want to vomit and laugh at the same time.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203812
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I wonder what the other two episodes besides Back to Reality will be.

    in reply to: IF ROMNEY WINS I AM LEAVING! #203811
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    If it makes you feel better, Danny, I just assumed you were talking about the Beatlyness of his Rutles work influencing his non-Rutles stuff. :) Which it probably did in the case of the Raggy Dolls theme.

    in reply to: IF ROMNEY WINS I AM LEAVING! #203764
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >It’s amazing how much there is of a Beatles sound in Innes’ work. The strings sound a little like the Mellotron from Strawberry Fields…

    I hear this too, though less so in his most recent work. There is a notable Beatles influence as early as his Bonzo days; just listen to “I Want to Be With You” from “Keynsham.”

    Also, I highly recommend his moving tribute to George Harrison, “Friends at the End” from “Works in Progress.” There’s no good video on YouTube, but the whole album is wonderful, so just buy it. You won’t regret it.

    Finally, there’s this petition to get “Innes Book of Records” back on tv.
    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/innesbookofrecords/

    /shameless plug of my ‘other’ fan obsession

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203763
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203757
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I’m digging these, especially the butter one!
    Here’s my attempt:

    A studious young man from Japanymede
    Was researching Titan and Ganymede.
    But he stumbled on this site
    And, caught up in its shite,
    Said, “Sayonara, five-year planymede!”

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203753
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > Barring unforeseen expenses, knock wood, I will be traversing a few thousand miles to attend …

    Annie, would you be willing to split the cost of a double room with me? I don’t snore, stink or hog the shower. :)

    Finding a roomie might mean the difference between my attending and not attending – but if you don’t want to share or are already bringing someone, no prob.

    in reply to: The BBC #203723
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    > /thread

    Seconded.

    in reply to: Old series fans take on X #203721
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I can’t share RDX with others yet :( but will have a big viewing party once I get the DVD and report back.

    I gave HIMYM a pass because there’s just too many shows, too much real life and not enough time. The few eps I saw confirmed my hypothesis that Neil Patrick Harris can do any role.

    Apropos, I got to see NPH on stage in “Rent” in 1998 and yes, he was awesome in that too.

    in reply to: New series or Red Dwarf? #203705
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    omg my nu fave thredd lolzzzzzzzz

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #203704
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Wow, suprised to see that public computers are running versions of Firefox THAT old, some of them have pretty worrying security issues.

    I learned long ago that “Land of Opportunity” includes the opportunity to make stupid decisions. ;-) It’s one of our faculty computers at work, so I’m not allowed to install anything, but I put in a request and they’ve installed Chrome.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203640
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >That technique has never worked for me.

    Hah. Looks like it didn’t work for me either. I may finally have to sign up at TOS forum.

    in reply to: LASHINGS OF WRINKLES #203630
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Rehab? No, no, no.
    DYSWIDT?

    #I ain’t got the time…

    in reply to: IF ROMNEY WINS I AM LEAVING! #203629
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >Raggy Dolls

    I am such a massive Neil Innes fan that I actually know this show and song. I’m one of maybe three Americans who do.*

    I can play the theme from Innes Book of Records. Lovely tune. Entirely useless at a drunken sing-along.

    *Edit: if you don’t count the ex-pats. How rude of me.

    in reply to: The world loves a bastard. #203584
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    >My concern is that we’ve seen a significant and permanent shift in his character…

    I’m expecting him to be mostly unchanged:

    “Ooh, Rimmer, I know you think we’re equal now and everything, but you’re still a smeghead.”

    in reply to: “What do you want this time? A ham with your homework?” #203578
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Yes, that’s what I heard when he said it to Kryten! I heard “Your keys” when he said it to Cat.

    in reply to: “What do you want this time? A ham with your homework?” #203571
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    “Your keys, my brother!”

    in reply to: Question for those who saw an episode (or more) filmed #203568
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Kryten, bring the butter knives, we might need them!

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