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  • in reply to: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles #119199
    Jonathan Capps
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    All these different actors as John Connor is getting seriously messy, now. I mean, the idea of doing a TV series and some movies about the war isn’t entirely without merit, but it still bugs me that the continuity is being messed aroud with so much. Especially when they’re now completely discounting a not wholly terrible film to allow them to spin out the franchise. Bleh.

    in reply to: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles #119195
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Tonguetied: He’s like Wikipedia, only amazingly he’s more annoying.

    in reply to: Learning Japanese… #119161
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    And I’m pretty sure Phil was being deliciously ironic in his comment. Well, being Phil he’s always deliciously *something*.

    Good luck with this, John. Next time you see Julian you should talk to him about it, as he spent a month in Japan learning the language, so I’m sure hes full of helpful pointers.

    in reply to: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles #119160
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    If what I read a few months ago was accurate, they’re actually cutting the school/roll-call scene for the Episode 1 proper. Cowards.

    in reply to: Official site “No JavaScript” message #119116
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Well, obviously it’s just an old message. Surely it’s only recently been made out of date (i.e. in the last year)?

    It’s definitely not worth bitching about TOS, anyway (not that I’m saying you are, Somebody) as if there’s one thing that came from that God-awful fuss with matt is that Andrew and co are aware of the limitations and intend to sort it out when they can.

    On a side note, I’m actually *looking forward* to writing some boss non-intrusive JavaScript for my final uni project. It’s a nice challenge and very satisfying as it’s good to add some of the functionality JS provides, but there’s absolutely no reason a modern site should require it.

    in reply to: Good news, everyone! #119050
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Yes, this is true.. Ian and all the negative comments from everyone on here are the ?direct? cause of my resignation from the club. Thank you all. You are such lovely people.

    Paul, don’t you even dare come on here and trying to blame comments on this site for your leaving. You’ve been rude, dismissive and condescending at even the lightest of criticisms. Act high and mighty if you want, but let me tell you it’s hilarious you even think you have the right to do so.

    in reply to: Good news, everyone! #118990
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Of course, this depends on the capabilities of whoever replaces him.

    Have no worries.

    in reply to: HOLY SHIT CHRIS BARRIE’S SITE #118988
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    We need some sort of special Barrie Fan Girl Sedative.

    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Needless to say, you loved it.

    in reply to: Voyage of the Damned #118924
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    *applauds*

    in reply to: 2008 – The Year of The Dwarf #118919
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    OH DEAR CHRIST, SOMEONE MAKE THE PAIN GO AWAY.

    in reply to: German IT Crowd – episode 2 review inside #118879
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I certainly don’t think Catherine Parkinson is *ever* whiny. That’s not her character at all.

    I will say, though, that is someone is not keen on Jen or Roy’s shouting in series 1 then the fact that Chris Morris and the cast of Father Ted are great at shouty comedy is utterly irrelevant, surely? I hate Catherine Tate’s catchphrase comedy, but would you defend her by saying The Fast Show was brilliant at it?

    in reply to: Congratulations Ian and Jo!! #118843
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Oops, sorry, that comment was meant to go in a new thread called ‘The One Thing Me and Phil Should Do Right Now’.

    in reply to: Congratulations Ian and Jo!! #118842
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    HAVE A CHILD AND CALL HIM/HER JONATHAN.

    in reply to: Oh you Gwenlan #118840
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > The final episode was a bit ropey but that adjective should be reserved for the likes of The Green Green Grass and The Catherine Tate Show.

    No, it shouldn’t. The Green Green Grass is just offensive with the quality of its comedy, but Extras is just as bad if not worse than The Catherine Tate Show in that it has an utter, UTTER cunt as the lead.

    All that fucker Ricky Gervais does is forced embarrassing situations, almost always created by his character ‘hilariously’ being racicst, mysoginist, homophobic… the same thing that EVERY CHARACTER HE HAS EVER CREATED does, including his stand-up persona. He’s a lazy shit rag with not a single good joke in his worthless little bones.

    in reply to: Oh you Gwenlan #118838
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Extras is utter shite.

    in reply to: OH MY CHRIST #118722
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    OMG IWCD FTW BBQ.

    in reply to: Merry Christmas #118720
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Christmas Man!

    in reply to: Merry Christmas #118713
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    CUNTY FUCKMAS, IDIOTS.

    in reply to: The Simpsons Movie on DVD…a double-dip waiting to happen? #118687
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    They do it on the Lost Series 1 DVD, too, and have never done it since. It’s the commentary on the Pilot episodes and every now and then JJ uses the FORCE OF WILL to pause the episode and show behind the scenes footage as he talks at length about what is happening. It needs to be done more.

    in reply to: Christmas Telly #118686
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    It might’ve helped if you mentioned the name of the film, Seb ;)

    in reply to: AvP Requiem #118664
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > I wonder how many points im gonna get for mowing down an old man now then?

    I played Carmageddon: TDR 2000 the other week, to see if was as bad as I remembered it. It was somehow even worse! What a complete waste of space.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf on BBC One #118648
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Did Betamax come with special winter jackets, or something?

    in reply to: The Hobbit film #118647
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I have mixed feelings about Jackson. I did really enjoy the LOTR films, and thought the effects were spot on, in the main. But King King was such an overblown, self indulgent mess of a film. It seemed like it was made by someone far too overconfident in his own talents and far, FAR too overconfident in the merits of loads of CGs. So, what do we get? The ultimate low point of a 20 minute (at least it felt that long) fight between a CG Ape and a CG T-Rex and me CLAWING MY OWN EYES OUT WITH BOREDOM.

    in reply to: Joking Apart Series 2 DVD march 2008 #118646
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    It’s like he’s read John’s NTS review and put EVERYTHING he wanted onto the series 2 DVD! Is he trying to get you into bed, John? Cos you know I have bagsies…

    in reply to: NEW ZEALAND AD. #118614
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > ‘Bodysnatchers’ – ‘Red Dwarf single’

    These are basic Red Dwarf precepts, Wilkins!

    in reply to: When is it best to get drunk alone? #118603
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Not wiggling your arse?

    The arse wiggling line was itself a steal of the wanking one. I’ll give you one guess who I stole it from.

    in reply to: Green Green Grass #118601
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > This is probably a really bad time to mention that I like Heartbeat :-/

    I was going to admit to this, but I thought my stand against AvP bashing was more than enough for one week. When Heartbeat first started my child self utterly loved it, and I still have a great fondness for it. It’s not something I actively watch (although if I stumble across it, I will) but it makes me immensely happy that it’s still going.

    Actually, an amusing Heartbeat related story: I have a friend my age who was working as a bus driver one summer. He was given the job of ferrying cast and crew members to the Heartbeat set somewhere in the Dales. When he first arrived, he was confused to see men running towards him waving their arms and shouting. Apparently he and his brand new mini bus had just driven right into a shot and somewhat fucked the 60s feel. I want to see those rushes.

    in reply to: When is it best to get drunk alone? #118600
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > I?ve been emailing Ally Sheedy and Elizabeth Shue the same thing for years, alas no replies.

    Oh come on you whore, I want you to lick my willy until I spunk all over your face and tits! You know you want it, you filthy jezebel!

    Yours Faithfully,
    Sir Anthony Hopkins.

    P.S. I am wanking as I write this.

    in reply to: Green Green Grass #118581
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Fuck, it started off in the 60s? Well, there you go. Sorry.

    in reply to: Green Green Grass #118579
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Its been running for? what 16 years? They?ve had a Christmas Special nearly every year yet it?s STILL set in the 60?s.

    PLEASE explain!!!

    It was set in the 50s to begin with. I think it’s moving forward in relation to how long it’s been showing.

    in reply to: AvP Requiem #118578
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    You know you’re all being drastically unfair to malign AvP like this. Never mind all the continuity problems bollocks, it was a damn fun film and it looked great. So fuck you all.

    in reply to: When is it best to get drunk alone? #118539
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I always have to finish a bottle of vodka once it’s been opened, as mum says it’ll do bad after a few hours.

    In answer to your question: get drunk as often as possible, regardless of company or lack there-of.

    in reply to: Beowulf… 3d and not 3d #118518
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > I?m just waiting for Dark Knight. That?s going to be amazing.

    Ho yuss. That film is going to be so immense I don’t even know where to begin.

    in reply to: Beowulf… 3d and not 3d #118497
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    When you’re doing motion capture and rendering that realistic… what the fuck is the point of it even being 3D?

    in reply to: DVD Easter Eggs #118485
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    EGG, LIKE A BIRD’S EGG.

    in reply to: Scammer Scammed, Craig Involved #118458
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    It shows he’s just about as big a cunt as the scammer, though.

    in reply to: Christmas Telly #118436
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    1. Steal Daily Mail
    2. Retrieve DVD
    3. Nail Daily Mail to Frisbee
    4. Fling over rainbow

    in reply to: Mrs Doubtfire #118425
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Yeah, that?s what I?ve been doing. The first TPB, ?What You Leave Behind? (which also includes the standalone story ?The Chain?) is truly exceptional. Is it not out in the UK yet? You might want to consider importing it from Amazon.com?

    It is a brilliant 5 issues. But, BKV’s run is even better (save for the last issue, which isn’t out yet). Then again, I think I might be in love with BKV.

    in reply to: AvP Requiem #118424
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Mmm?Reiko Aylesworth.

    But… her face! It’s *far* too big.

    in reply to: UPDATE* Dwarf on terestrial TV over Christmas #118357
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Still, it’s 6 episodes, so at least it’s not from series VII or VIII. Perhaps they’re starting with series 1 and it’ll continue into the New Year?

    Anyway, cheers for the info Thomas.

    in reply to: UPDATE* Dwarf on terestrial TV over Christmas #118356
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Looks like they’re sticking to the ridiculous 2003 times for the repeats. For God’s sake, have a bit of *pride* in the show, BBC.

    in reply to: NEW ZEALAND AD. #118332
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Sm-EGG, like a bird’s EGG!

    in reply to: Mobisode Ad #126226
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Isn’t viral content meant to be free, though?

    in reply to: New St Trinians movie… #126213
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > My apologies. I didn?t know. You hear me? I DIDN?T KNOW!

    Well, to be fair, I was originally working on the assumption of a much closer tie to Ealing Studios and The Model Unit than just space rental, so I was wrong there.

    in reply to: New St Trinians movie… #126211
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Does it? I thought they just rented space there?

    Well, yes, I should’ve said “I will go and see this, as it?ll support Ealing Studios’ new film which, in turn, supports The Model Unit. Also: uniforms.” because according to their credits, they worked on St Trinian’s as well as Atonement.

    > Which is to say – did buying a ticket to Batman Begins support GNP?

    I don’t know, did GNP provide services for any films coming out of Shepperton? Not really much of a comparison :P

    in reply to: New St Trinians movie… #126209
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I will go and see this, as it’ll support Ealing Studios which, in turn, supports The Model Unit. Also: uniforms.

    in reply to: Brilliant pictures from pre-watershed sitcoms #126201
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > *relocates to the UK*

    Don’t tease me with your false promises.

    in reply to: NEW ZEALAND AD. #126188
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I’m pretty sure I know whose the first review is. It’s just needless huffing and puffing. Every release is justified, but not every release is to everyone’s taste – that seems to get muddled up in the mind of some people who just want to see distaste in everything they look at.

    in reply to: NEW ZEALAND AD. #126186
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Yeah, I’m interested to see what these people are saying.

    in reply to: Doctor Who II #126178
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Why can’t the series cross over in the schedules?

    in reply to: Doctor Who II #126175
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Personally, I thought Phil’s post was excellent, but ruined by the blatant deus ex machina at the end.

    in reply to: Doctor Who II #126173
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    See also: ‘Jump the Shark’. A totally arbitrary criticism with no actual meaning what-so-ever.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf moments in other TV shows #126137
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    The X-Files has an episode where the two fellas are skulking around a dark storage area and the following exchange happened:

    – It’s here.
    – Where?
    – Somewhere.

    in reply to: Bodysnatchers Is Here ** Semi – Spoiler ** #126076
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Monkey, if you don’t stop quoting spam I’m going to literally kill you.

    in reply to: Would you sleep with the person who posted below you? #126019
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Is that why you left so early? :(

    Yes, with much gusto!

    in reply to: Teeside Tin Tin #126018
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Yes, this is ace! It’s even better when you get the little local references. Not that I live in Middlesbrough.

    in reply to: TV spotting #125824
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I think it was Ian (or maybe Mick) who suggested at the weekend that Howard Goodall should present a show called Massive Organs. This HAS to happen.

    in reply to: G&T are too bastard lazy to read my mail… so here it is: #125727
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    To be fair, the ultra-busy John did forward your email to the group, but it kind of got forgotten about. Sorry!

    in reply to: Star Trek- Remastered. #125690
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > I think the Trek remasterings, which seem to have come out very well indeed, certainly prove what we hear on the DVD – it was done a decade too soon.

    The thing is, can you even begin to compare their remastering job with the sort of remastering job you’d be able to do on Red Dwarf? Just the sheer weight of money and technical expertise they have as their disposal would render any comparison completely meaningless.

    in reply to: Star Trek- Remastered. #125675
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I’ve been deeply suspicious of the Star Trek remasterings since I heard they were redoing the models in CG. I totally understand the need to do another transfer (to clean it all up and turn it into true HD) but Star Treks models are lovely, and it just seems unnecessary to replace them with something that’s in danger of going completely against the feel of the show.

    I’ll tell the one thing that made me boil with rage about the Dwarf remasterings: the Bodyswap chase sequence. The original sequence was completely and utterly beautiful and I am completely at a loss as to why they replaced it all with CG and, as if fully admitting what a limited technology they were using, PUT IT IN A HIDEOUS CAVERN. Oh, god, it makes me vomit just thinking about it.

    in reply to: I love you. #125660
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I’m sorry, I’ve been having an affair with Austin Ross.

    in reply to: Bodysnatchers Is Here ** Semi – Spoiler ** #125627
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I AM JEALOUS.

    in reply to: The Greatest Pun Of All Time #125564
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Do you like movies about gladiators?

    in reply to: The Greatest Pun Of All Time #125562
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    He is serious. And, funnily enough, he IS called Shirley. Ian is just his stage name.

    in reply to: Hooray for that there intraweb thingy! #125459
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Arlene, you do realise you’ve never been wronger, don’t you?

    in reply to: Bodysnatcher advert on Empire Online #125451
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    My Firefox showed the adverts when I asked it to. IT OBEYS AND FEARS ME.

    in reply to: Hooray for that there intraweb thingy! #125444
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > All in all, the internets have been very good to me. (Except whenever I try to find a copy of ?Who On Earth Is Tom Baker?. I figure it?s only a matter of time, howeever, before I find a copy within my price range. The internet?s good that way.)

    Wasn’t that only released a couple of years ago? Strange that’d be a rare item already, but I guess that’s the price you pay for being a dirty colonist.

    If you have no luck finding the actual book, though, I highly recommend downloading his audio book reading from some dubious source or another, as it’s ACE.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Audios #125442
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > a Bog Monster who?s fed up of being typecast as a Bog Monster

    You could get Mike Myers to play the lead role.

    in reply to: Favourite Smeg-Up? #125407
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    It’s really odd watching back to Smeg Ups and the Making Of for that weekend, as it was the start of SO much more than just the film.

    in reply to: Dialogue in porn films that really puts you off #125406
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Wait… you have a girlfriend? Is she some sort of masochist?

    in reply to: Duane’s First Scene In Emohawk #125405
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > You?re thinking of Gunmen, where Rimmer starts again as soft-light. (Or possibly the first version of the final scene of Legion?)

    Aren?t you?!

    No, I’m thinking of the Legion scene… I thought that was a clothing cock up?

    in reply to: Duane’s First Scene In Emohawk #125398
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > From all evidence previously in the series it does seem to be that blue = hard light.

    But hasn’t it already been said that Rimmer’s change to a blue suit after the conversion in Legion was a continuity error? Surely you can’t make up your own laws of the Dwarf universe and then cry foul when they’re contradicted?

    in reply to: Dialogue in porn films that really puts you off #125307
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > *eject*

    !

    in reply to: Dialogue in porn films that really puts you off #125296
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Calm down, dear, it’s just anal penetration.

    I feel unwell.

    in reply to: Misheard lines #125226
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I find it hard to concentrate on any of the lines when Jane Horrocks is in that nighty…

    in reply to: Back to the Smegma #125223
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I MUST be in the room when John first watches Airplane, as it’s quite possibly the most John Hoare friendly film ever made.

    in reply to: Brilliant ad-libs #125222
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Bah. Our house was DOCTOR WHO FREE when I was growing up. I have no idea why, as I would have loved it. Bastard parents.

    Snap.

    My mum was a big Tom Baker fan as a kid, but she chose to make me watch Star Trek instead of Doctor Who. She hated Sylvester McCoy, though, and since for some reason I only watched shows she liked, I never saw it.

    in reply to: Back to the Smegma #125213
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Fair enough, if there was no real interest in the films was there to start with. I’d just hate to think that TFM crushed any seeds of curiosity you were starting to have about Star Wars. Having said that, though, the Original Trilogy are among those films I’d recommend that everyone watched, because they’re brilliant.

    To even out the score, I hadn’t seen Blade Runner until very recently and I was left completely cold by the Incredible, which seems to be distinctly against the majority view of almost every fellow geek I know and respect.

    in reply to: Back to the Smegma #125210
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    To even slightly allow one of the prequels to affect your perception of the original trilogy is, to put it blunty, fucking stupid. Watch them and forget The Phantom Menace ever existed.

    in reply to: The Interview is up #125203
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster
    in reply to: Back to the Smegma #125195
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I suggest you watch it right after you’ve watched Airplane.

    in reply to: MGM-Dwarf!! #125168
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    The problem with Mitchell and Webb playing the roles is that we’d not get Arthur and Ford… we’d get Mitchell and Webb. It’s the same problem I see happening with Simon Pegg as Scotty – their performnces are just too grounded in their own personalities.

    I don’t mind the film too much, but that’s probably because its got by far the best version of Trillian in it. Mmmm.

    in reply to: Regarding Lister’s imprisonment in Stasis #125086
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    There was, however, one small problem with Tonguetied?s post…

    It was bollocks.

    in reply to: Blue Midgit Giftset #125078
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Whereas I’m delighted that you’ve returned to rile everyone up, would it be at all possible for you to fuck fucking off?

    in reply to: They were gonna sort that out in the dub #124969
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > But isn?t it interesting that a year later the same actress returns to play the part again?only this time she has the accent and attitude that Rimmer implies?

    You know I’ve never even twigged that was the same actress before.

    in reply to: Son of Cliche MP3s? #124966
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I love that CD so much. I was totally unaware of its existence before I spotted the set on eBay. It’s lovely to hear the three of them having an obvious laugh and being the most interesting men in the world at the same time.

    in reply to: They were gonna sort that out in the dub #124964
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Didn’t Mike mention it at this year’s DJ? I can’t remember exactly where I heard it, but when Danny mentioned it here it rung a bell.

    I could be making things up, though…

    in reply to: They were gonna sort that out in the dub #124963
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    One bit of dodgy sound that always bothers me is in Marooned when Rimmer says “What about your guitar?”. He’s gone slightly out of range of the mics and it really sticks out for me. Can’t remember if it was fixed in re-mastered, though.

    in reply to: They were gonna sort that out in the dub #124961
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Well, nothing was improved, Danny was just pointing out that the pencil was the original intention. It may not excuse the decision to remaster it that way, but it’s very interesting none-the-less.

    in reply to: The Peter Serafinowicz Show #124944
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    The Fawlty sketch was brilliant, but I couldn’t help but think that msot of the rest just wasn’t funny. It’s annoying, cos he’s a great performer, but I just wasn’t laughing like I was last week. For example, The Beatles impressions were absolutely spot on, but the sketch had no jokes.

    in reply to: Where the #### is the Wiki?? #124908
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Actually, we had public editing turned off from pretty much the start. But we were so bad at monitoring that tens of fake accounts started spamming us, too.

    in reply to: Where the #### is the Wiki?? #124906
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I think that’s an excellent point, Johnny. We definitely need citations for certain things, but most of the stuff being written about will be ‘facts’ of the Dwarf universe rather than anything that needs cross referencing at every turn.

    Still, if you’re happy to volunteer for the team then that’s brilliant. I think it’s likely that we’ll still keep a good eye on things and will be contributing, too. It’s just nice not to have the pressure of being solely responsible for the whole thing when we’re concentrating on other aspects of the site at the moment.

    Anyone else up for this, then?

    in reply to: The Peter Serafinowicz Show #124892
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I thought this was absolutely cock on. I’m not entirely sure how he manages to pull off a none hackneyed Michael Caine, but he did, and it was brilliant. Probbaly my favourite sketch.

    in reply to: Jokes it took me fucking years to get #124857
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    That’s… that’s an interesting conclusion.

    in reply to: Deliberate Red Dwarf References in Star Trek #124853
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I am a severe idiot.

    in reply to: Jokes it took me fucking years to get #124851
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Yeah, I always thought it was a suggestion that ladies wearing dresses or skirts shouldn’t be allowed to spread their legs too much to accommodate the extra wide cello. Or something.

    It’s really not all that funny when you think about. Just slightly arousing.

    in reply to: Deliberate Red Dwarf References in Star Trek #124850
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I did not know that!

    Blimey, it all makes so much sense.

    in reply to: Deliberate Red Dwarf References in Star Trek #124844
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Wasn’t Voyager just one massive Red Dwarf ‘reference’?

    in reply to: Sev Dwarf #124822
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Holey?

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