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  • in reply to: RD boxset for Christmas? #209434
    Nakrophile
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    I couldn’t be arsed looking at my shelves. Eh.

    in reply to: RD boxset for Christmas? #209425
    Nakrophile
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    Twenty-four discs?

    Of the released DVDs I can count a maximum of twenty-five (I think), but…

    16 = I to VIII
    + 3 = Bodysnatcher
    + 2 = Back to Earth
    + 2 = X
    + 1 = Beat the Geek
    + 1 = Just the Smegs

    I can’t see them including the smegs assuming the I to VIII are the double-disc copies, can’t see them including Geek and and I would be surprised if they included the remastered episodes (unless the series 1 and 2 docs are on those discs and they are too lazy to move then to a separate disc with the main bonus stuff).

    I wonder what the last four discs will be, given the first twenty will presumably be all the episodes and series extras.

    Yes, this is interesting.

    Nakrophile
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    I haven’t rally enjoyed any of the new Who series… well, the Eccleston one was okay but Tennant was awful. However I have very much enjoyed Matt Smith and this series. That is all I have to say.

    in reply to: Peculiar Review #109820
    Nakrophile
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    Their 80s Action section has long been a favourite of mine… I noticed the Dwarf article and thought about posting it here; on a related note, my computer has been dead for some time but I have returned neverthless. Glad to see the number of headlines on the front page hasn’t increased by a number more than two. :)

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109818
    Nakrophile
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    It was quite good, though it was certainly nothing spectacular. I know it wouoldn’t have made sense for Sam to appear with the way it went, but I’m still disapointed he didn’t.

    I also find it hard to believe they had planned this from the beginning.

    I’m also glad my joke speculation before series 2 started has proven correct, at least in some way.

    So: entertaining series, but it was no Life on Mars.

    in reply to: Watching a 4:3 show on a widescreen TV #103324
    Nakrophile
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    I have read lots of comments that specifically say that it is; granted a lot of them were from reviews and press as opposed to normal people, but I’ve never seen anything else branded as such so many times. Anyway I actually thought it got better as it went on as I didn’t think much of the mini series or a lot of the first season. Generally also I thought the pace of it was far too fast, particularly when Starbuck goes to look for that arrow and they make a big deal about it, then she’s back like two episodes later. In fact I thought the pacing throughout wasn’t very good and there was only time to breath in the last part of season 4, and even that picked up again towards the end. The finale itself was okay I suppose, although they spent too long on new Earth and then the final thing was ridiculous, even though I liked the idea that it was all set in the past.

    I’ll give the series consistency, although like I say I thought it was massively over-hyped.

    I’m interested though, how many characters did you (or anyone else) really care for throughout the series? If it was more than four I’d be surprised.

    in reply to: Doug on Carpool #103294
    Nakrophile
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    Yes.

    in reply to: Watching a 4:3 show on a widescreen TV #103293
    Nakrophile
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    It does annoy me a lot as well. People are lazy I guess, or hate themselves for spending some deal of money on a big tv and feel they have to justify it by watching everything as big as they can, or maybe the bars bother them. It annoys me but not to the extent of trying to change it, as I did this once and gave up after my friend kept switching back to WIDE when we were watching something that shouldn’t have been. Eh.

    As for Lost, I still don’t see the big deal about it. I did watch all of it in a couple of months when season 5 started with one of my friends who has been watching it since it began, so the drawn out mystery of a lot of things didn’t bother me as much as it probably would have had I been there since it aird. But then I didn’t think it was that fantastic anyway; entertaining, sure, but nothing more. I think it’s because it’s so new that everyone raves about it, same with the new Battlestar Galactica which I recently finished. No fucking way is that the best sci-fi show ever; it’s not even close, but I think the continuing arc combined with the fact that it’s new helped to make everyone think it was so amazing, or at least the praise I’ve seen of it. To me it just seemed to be the Dominion War for an entire series instead of two seasons except miles more cheesy and with only two or maybe three characters that I genuinely cared for. Again, good (some great moments, don’t get me wrong; same with Lost, and Heroes for that matter) but nothing spectacular.

    All of those shows never stayed with me after they were over, either individual episodes or the whole thing the way other things have. With other stuff I have sat in bed still thinking about and caring for the characters, but not at all with any of these.

    in reply to: Alien prequel #101939
    Nakrophile
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    I don’t like the idea of a prequel one bit. At least it’ll look nice…

    in reply to: Michael Jackson has died #100511
    Nakrophile
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    MJ is a legend. That is all.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #100235
    Nakrophile
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    I have to agree that the writers don’t really seem to have many explanations for half the things going on. I’ve thought this for a while and it doesn’t really bother me. AtA is enjoyable enough, especially the second series.

    in reply to: Who gets theirs first? #100169
    Nakrophile
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    > I think my new favourite thing is Sophie Winkleman?s outtakes.

    This This This x10000000000.

    in reply to: Dave’s ALL SPOILERS Star Trek Thread #100168
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > Better that he stay in the new timeline, rather than make what Nero did completely inconsequential. If ?our? Spock went through a magic door back to the life he knew why should we give a shit about the characters we?ve just had to re-invest in?

    Fair point, but beyond a few moments mostly involving McCoy I can’t say I cared about the characters much.

    in reply to: Who gets theirs first? #100022
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Any minute now…

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #99674
    Nakrophile
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    Even though LoM was better, Ashes will probably benefit from a third series, especially if it ties in a lot with LoM..

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #99665
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > It?s been planned that way for ages. LoM was gonna have a third series but Simm wisely told them to sod off. And what?s he done since? Fucking nothing. Except for the odd thing. Idiot.

    Is that true? I did read something like that somewhere a while ago, although I think it was here. Interesting. I take it that series two wouldn’t have ended the way it did if that had happened, or were there plans to keep going after he jumps?

    I am pleased Ashes third series is a definite, though. I thought it was still being talked about.

    in reply to: They’re remaking Short Circuit #99664
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Cliffhanger too! Genius!

    in reply to: They’re remaking Short Circuit #99657
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Throw in Robocop and you’ve got a film.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #99656
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Holy shit that’s amazing. I kind of want to see the US version now.

    Anyway, latest ep of Ashes was good. I agree about Alex’s behaviour being quite strange and she was generally annoying for most of this ep, also agree that the way things went with Chris was understandable. I doubt he’ll redeem himself in the next one; they’ll ave that for series three I guess. Plus I can’t see Alex getting back home next week, so a third series looks very likely indeed.

    I would like Sam until show up, but I guess that will probably be saved for series three as well now.

    And Ray is amazing. Bit of a twat mostly yes, but he is a bad dude none the less.

    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > ignore this

    Duly noted.

    in reply to: Obscurities on VHS tapes #99241
    Nakrophile
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    If the film is some sort of exploitation piece then yes it most definitely is.

    in reply to: Obscenities on VHS tapes #99309
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I once bought a Bond soundtrack album and they were all covers.

    in reply to: Obscurities on VHS tapes #99308
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    No, films such as 80s action and blaxspoitation. Although I suppose shit DVD transfers are also acceptable.

    I tell you, I remember watching Road House at a friend’s house a while ago on DVD and it looked great. I thought to myself, “what the fuck is this shit,” and had to watch my VHS copy as son as I got home to erase the memory.

    in reply to: Dexter’s Laboratory #99299
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Excellent cartoon. I liked I Am Weasel as well, and Cow and Chicken.

    Nakrophile
    Participant

    When we watched it on new years eve the end of it linked up exactly with the start of the new year. It was a pleasing coincidence.

    I want to read 2063 and 3001.

    in reply to: Dave’s ALL SPOILERS Star Trek Thread #99297
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I too think it is a bit shit that Nimoy isn’t actually in the proper Trek universe anymore. Eh.

    Still, I’m sure if it isn’t addressed in the sequel (and frankly I doubt it will be) it will be dealt with in a novel.

    in reply to: Obscurities on VHS tapes #99296
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    VHS is the only way to watch some films.

    in reply to: Next Dwarf DVD update #99295
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > (remember when one brief shot of the ship in space was all you’d seen?!)

    Ahhh.

    Also, this is an amazing photograph.

    http://reddwarf.co.uk/news/2009/05/29/chris%2Dis%2Dback%2Damong%2Dthe%2Dmachines/chris-is-back-2l.jpg

    in reply to: Dave’s ALL SPOILERS Star Trek Thread #99162
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    There were definitely Shatner moments in the last scene he was in when he came onto the bridge, before Nimoy’s voice-over.

    in reply to: RED DWARF vs STAR TREK QUIZ – tomorrow night #98909
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > ?Make it so, evasive maneuvers, Tea Earl Grey Hot, Engage!?

    This made me go haha inside.

    in reply to: RED DWARF vs STAR TREK QUIZ – tomorrow night #98833
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I assumed it was TNG given Patrick Stewart’s aborted phone call to his lawyer.

    in reply to: Dave’s ALL SPOILERS Star Trek Thread #98780
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Yeah but that’s not really the same.

    Also, I just remembered another point I’d like to make: the music reminded me a lot of the score in Starship Troopers.

    in reply to: Dave’s ALL SPOILERS Star Trek Thread #98778
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    As fail as it is, I also kind of like Nemesis.

    But the new film… I went in with zero expectations (well, actually they went up a bit after after watching all of Heroes and most of lost in the last few months, but they were still pretty minimal) and was not surprised.

    It was alright. Mostly a liked the classic references. Character wise, mostly it was all okay; I liked the guy who played McCoy especially. Didn’t like whoever it was playing Uhura, but that she had virtually nothing to do may have had something to d with it. Also, a few of the early bits with Kirk were a bit shit. Actually, after the first battle,I didn’t think much of it until they leave the Academy.

    Now wait, here’s some more stuff I thought was shit: the big creature that chased Kirk before he meets Nimoy, the space diving thing (Sulu’s fencing line was cool, but did we really need to have them sword fighting bald Romulan’s in the middle of the atmosphere?) and the pacing of the film in the last half an hour as it seemed to be in a massive rush to finish. I mean, Kirk and Spock beam on to the stupidly huge Romulan future ship, have a quick phaser fight and then suddenly Spock is off flying his ship and then the film ends. More or less.

    However, the final bit was amazing. Probably the best bit of the whole film actually.

    I thought it was okay, a bit too average with an unfortunate ratio of good bits against shit or okay bits.

    That said, the sequel will probably be better.

    Also, if actual Spock is now in this new universe/alternate past, then that is a bit silly.

    in reply to: I’ve just been reading Better Than Life #98521
    Nakrophile
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    Of course they are friends. They just don’t want to admit it.

    I have always loved the bit where Lister convinces Rimmer to become Ace in Stoke, and in fact if you compare their goodbyes in both Stoke and Holoship it’s pretty obvious they like each other.

    in reply to: Only 23 Jenson Interceptors had a manual 4 speed box #98392
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    This is an amazing site. There is potentially lots of potential fun to be had there, potentially.

    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I’ve been doing a commentary rewatch and hit VII last night. I would like to point out that I forgot the commentary on Tikka is the extended remastered version, and that the look Craig gives in the final extended bit at the end before he successfully gets the curry is a thing of beauty.

    in reply to: Spidey 4 put back. #98338
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    ^ That.

    Anyway, I think Bruce probably is a little fed up of being known by a lot of people purely for ED, but he wrote to Empire after they ran an interview that pretty much said he didn’t want to do any more and said he enjoys them and would be up for more.

    in reply to: Spidey 4 put back. #98328
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    ^Spider-Man.

    Anyway, even of they are all fakes (which is very likely), I’ll be tempted not to see it if they put Carnage in it. Venom was bad enough, goddamn fucking symbiotes.

    Lizard is the most logical choice given he’s pretty much been in every film so far, sort of.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #98250
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Tyler! Hmm…

    in reply to: Formula 1 #98247
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I prefer snooker.

    in reply to: I can now die happy. #98246
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Looney Toons are amazing. Bugs Bunny is such a slut.

    in reply to: I can now die happy. #98174
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    The Bucky O’Hare figure on my desk has been telling me for ages to get the boxset of the series. I think I will listen to him soon.

    in reply to: 90s BBC2 sitcom Game On #98118
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    One of the two had Samantha Janus in. That’s about all I can remember.

    in reply to: Top 10 Defenestrations #98114
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Everybody in the final twenty or so minutes of Police Story.

    in reply to: 90s BBC2 sitcom Game On #98113
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I remember it slightly, its now confused in my mind with Coupling.

    in reply to: I can now die happy. #98112
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Raccoons!

    But I always preferred Bucky O’Hare.

    in reply to: dr who best sci fi theme tune. guess what came 2nd #98111
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I always liked DS9’s theme, but the original one before they quickened the pace a bit (although the new titles themselves were very nice). Still, for a lot of Voyager eps the theme was the best bit.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #97903
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I did think it was time travel for Alex, and as such any references to LoM are just what Alex remembers from reading Sam (whose own experience was evidently a fantasy world he created)’s files and reports.

    But someone I know reckons that patient at the start of the episode is the mystery man who attacked Alex, which essentially leads to thing not making any sense.

    in reply to: I’m New here! #97786
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Will this gentleman ever be heard from again, I wonder?

    in reply to: Which Holly? #97709
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    The comments in that article, while speculation one would assume, do seem to hint towards another series. And Robert’s Radio 5 comments hint further that, we could be on a course set to successville.

    in reply to: Which Holly? #97685
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Yeah, Hattie.

    in reply to: G & T on Smegazines? #97654
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I have no idea what happened to my Sonic the Comic’s. I had quite a lot of them, and I know I wouldn’t have thrown them away because Sonic is an amazing person.

    in reply to: Remastered – Laugh Track #97653
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Befuddlement occurs.

    in reply to: Remastered – Laugh Track #97645
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    It’s the fact that there is a laugh in a bit that is laugh free in the other ten times that sequence is shown that really… befuddles me. Obviously it is just a mistake, but…

    in reply to: dr who best sci fi theme tune. guess what came 2nd #97626
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    So Buffy was no. 4? Fucking hell, it’s just a bit of guitar isn’t it (assuming this poll included the ending theme for Dwarf, to avoid being a hypocrite which I clearly am not)?

    Mind you I haven’t seen Buffy for years so it may be quite good.

    in reply to: J. G. Ballard has died #97625
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Mmm. :( RIP, good sir.

    in reply to: Remastered – Laugh Track #97594
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Speaking of laughter tracks, that laugh in Holly’s intro to Rimmer (the one at the start of I and II) in either Waiting for God or Confidence and Paranoia always befuddled me. I can’t remember if it’s in the original, remastered or both, but it always befuddled me.

    in reply to: Which Holly? #97465
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Don’t be stupid.

    in reply to: Which Holly? #97463
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Jeremy Clarkson.

    in reply to: Prelude To Nanarchy is now definitely non-canon, right? #97462
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I’m still sticking that it’s from BtR, and if I need to say that the nanobots recreated the squid that that’s precisely what I’m going to do.

    in reply to: Best of each series? #97443
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I: Future Echoes
    II: Thanks for the Memory
    III: Marooned
    IV: Dimension Jump
    V: The Inuisitor
    VI: Out of Time
    VII: Tikka
    VIII: Cassandra
    BtE: part 2 I guess, although I doubt I’ll even think of it as a trilogy when the DVD arrives.

    in reply to: Prelude To Nanarchy is now definitely non-canon, right? #97441
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I can’t believe this is still being discussed. It’s not obvious (well actually it is for me, but I guess it isn’t implicitly stated) that it’s the same ocean from BtR, but it’s pretty welcome to that kind of assumption.

    in reply to: Nice touches you noticed in Back To Earth #97440
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > It?s better than Moonraker!

    There is not much in this world that is better than Moonraker.

    in reply to: A new series – costumes? #97438
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    That black and moustache one is about as good as life gets.

    in reply to: The ENTIRELY Warranted Series X Speculation Thread. #97271
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Haha sorry.

    in reply to: The ENTIRELY Warranted Series X Speculation Thread. #97265
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    So it was ‘homo?’ Not ‘dick fucker,’ ‘cunt shite,’ ‘bitch whore’ or ‘rape face?’

    Disappointing.

    in reply to: Those two kids on the bus, who talk to Lister … #97262
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Wait, I just remembered the bits with them as younglings… and although my memory is bad I can’t see a similarity, particularly with Tim.

    in reply to: Prelude To Nanarchy is now definitely non-canon, right? #97261
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > I just re-watched Part 3. Cat specifically mentions that he got the Joy Squid from the ocean planet all those years ago. As they didn?t actually make it back to the ocean planet on their return trip in Nanarchy, this means that logically Cat must have brought it back to the Dwarf following the events of BTR, where it promptly escaped.

    I knew it!

    in reply to: Digital Spy: Should Red Dwarf Return Again? #97171
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > This confused me on the first viewing but it seemed that when Lister believed they were fictional characters played by actors, Chloe appeared to be his best shot. Upon his realisation that it was a hallucination he was able to get Kochanski? but if this was really a hallucination where he would be happy, shouldn?t he have been able to get Kochanski there all along?

    That’s what I assumed would happen at first, as when he was reading that magazine with Chloe’s interview he still thought she was dead. Later when Kochakski appeared he knew it wasn’t real and he also knew she was still alive, thus it was Kochanksi he imagined.

    in reply to: Alien 3 #97101
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Who wants to get the fuck off of this boat LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL OMG

    in reply to: Back to Earth > ? #97042
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    teh winnorz > bte > teh suxxorz

    But final judgement waits for the DVD.

    in reply to: The ENTIRELY Warranted Series X Speculation Thread. #97040
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > I?d love to see a time-travel episode with them revisiting the events of a Series 1 / 2 story – Trials & Tribbleations style.

    They could revisit the episode Kryten and someone could ask the actual Kryten why he looks so different, to which he should reply that it is a long story.

    in reply to: Wait a minute….this isn’t my fantasy! #97035
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Well wasn’t it made clear that the joy squid was from the same ocean as the despair squid? I thought words were said to that effect…

    I know it’s not impossible, but how likely it it that they took Starbug down to the bottom of another ocean on another planet that also had a ship/station on its bed, and the staff there had also been conducting genetic alterations with the local marine life?

    Same place, I say.

    Also, I doubt it was the ocean in Cassandra, as the ship Cassandra herself was on was down there for a completely different reason than the one in BtR.

    in reply to: Alien 3 #97018
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    The director’s cut of Alien is interesting, just a few things tightened up if you will, and an equally interesting scene with Dallas.

    Anyway, Alien 3 is fantastic and its reception has improved over time, I think most of the problem was the dramatic shift away from the tone of the first two films (well not so much Alien really, but you get the idea), particularly as Aliens had been so action-packed and gung-ho. It is definitely the end of the trilogy, I enjoy Resurrection a bit but fuck it in it’s stupid pointless face.

    in reply to: Wait a minute….this isn’t my fantasy! #96864
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > living out his fantasy of telling Lister the truth.

    I agree!

    in reply to: Wait a minute….this isn’t my fantasy! #96862
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Lister – gets his last chance to be with Kochanski, before he is told TEH TROOH.
    Rimmer – gets to pass off all his inadequacies by the fact someone made him up.
    Cat – gets to be the smart one for a change and kind of solve the riddle/make up for guilt over bring the squid on board to begin with.
    Kryten – hmm.

    in reply to: Dave asks: Should there be another series? #96855
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > Doug should feel EXTREMELY proud with himself after delivering something as great as BtE. Should there be another series? Too fucking right. BRING IT ON!

    ^This x10.

    in reply to: So… the DVD. #96853
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I forgot about that. Woe is me.

    in reply to: So… the DVD. #96809
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    We did?

    in reply to: will the bbc take red dwarf back? #96806
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Corden and Horne are in demand now though because of Gavin & Stacey and that utter fail of a film out now, so it’s no surprise their sketch show is getting a second series.

    in reply to: So… the DVD. #96804
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    It’s been mentioned already that it will be two discs.

    in reply to: So… the DVD. #96801
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I eagerly await traveling along the ship, past the windows and the side/dome/graveyard place, then into the ship proper, down the new corridors and into the new sleeping quarters.

    Also, I eagerly await floating in the water tank, going into the diving bell and up onto the surface when I put the second disc in.

    in reply to: Skutter glove puppets #96389
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    It only looked a little too cgi, so to speak, when it was holding the hammer.

    in reply to: Youtube clips of Blade Runner Scenes referenced in BTE #96300
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > And ?Time to die? did indeed get quoted in part three.

    I’m glad that was as far as homaging/parodying the tears in rain sequence went, though.

    in reply to: So what’s next? #96297
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Agreed that Dough needs to forget about the film. BtE can serve as one anyway, and probably will in its feature length presumably extended form. New series please to wrap things up.

    in reply to: Back to Earth now has a laugh track!….. #96295
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Eh, it’s alright but the show really didn’t need it.

    in reply to: so…. which rimmer is it ? #96216
    Nakrophile
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    As far as I’m concerned, for me it?s definitely our Rimmer, i.e I-VII Rimmer. I know that VIII Rimmer would have been around in Lister?s life about as much (not counting deep sleeps), if not longer, but when the development is off screen it isn?t the same. That was definitely our Rimmer right there, aside from the fact it blatantly is from a couple of his comments (Polymorph, despair squid) for the most part it just felt like it was him.

    No no, definitely our Rimmer.

    in reply to: Lister and Kochanski ending speculation #96163
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Chloe will appear as herself. I called it.

    It will either be horribly rushed or we’ll see a return to the packed-full eps of the first few series.

    in reply to: She didn’t see that coming did she? I did. #96149
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > Since the ?pleasure and pain responses remain the same? for a hardlight hologram, and he has just directly inflicted whatever large amount of pain would be associated with being struck by (if not dragged by) at least one high-speed automobile on her, yeah, I?d say it?s as harsh as it looked.

    Yeah, it is pretty painful.

    Anyway, she’ll be back, I have no doubt. I also have no problem with that scene.

    in reply to: Those two kids on the bus, who talk to Lister … #96147
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    How on earth did you come to the conclusion they were similar to Tim and Daisy?

    I did like them regardless, though.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #96146
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Oooooh. So you weren’t talking about the video I posted. Tats a relief. :)

    in reply to: BtE merchandising #95972
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > It looked to me like a real Smart Car model with green paint on it.

    Yeah, there were no extra bits on i like the stabilisers and such.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes series 2 #95954
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    What?

    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Only criminals get that. But not murderers.

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #95942
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I’d love to kiss Robert in his face.

    in reply to: a good cliffhanger ending? #95812
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    I would want something similar. Although actually I would prefer some clarification as to which Rimmer this is, or even a mention of I-VII Rimmer (which I highly doubt will happen).

    in reply to: a good cliffhanger ending? #95810
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    The ‘previously on…’ shouldn’t be any more than a minute and a half tops, really. I mean there really isn’t that much to recap.

    9 years later
    (maybe the grave scene)
    Dimension-hopping leviathan.
    Katerina.
    Threat to Rimmer.
    Portal.
    Go.

    in reply to: POSSIBLY SPOILERY Back To Earth predictions #95751
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    “Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Listy.”

    in reply to: Back to Earth in-character retail vids! #95750
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    Don’t PS3’s have Blu-ray? I sure hope so. I’ll buy both versions regardless.

    in reply to: Back to Earth in-character retail vids! #95719
    Nakrophile
    Participant

    > The Rimmer one is good.

    It’s certainly a little strange.

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