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  • in reply to: Stock Laughter in Series 8? #219269
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    What have you done to my life?? I’m now convinced I hear it during any show with laughter….

    I don’t understand why they didn’t just copy and paste a laugh from the actual recording sessions instead of stock laughter…

    Thankfully, XI didn’t seem to have much ‘sweetened’ laughter pasted on. I may be wrong and there’s loads…but it doesn’t seem ‘in your face’.

    in reply to: Has Doug bitten off more than he can chew? #218720
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    Getting someone else in to direct, at this stage, would feel akin to having to watch your ex-wife’s new partner take your son to the football.

    in reply to: The real reasons behind Rob and Doug's breakup #218719
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    The Beatles split up. The Smiths split up. Charles and Diana got divorced. This is life. These things happen. It has approx. eff all to do with us; and who even gives two shovels of sugar about it anymore??

    in reply to: The real reasons behind Rob and Doug's breakup #218718
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    One of them came in the room to find the other wanking over the long lost footage of ‘naked Kryten’, then promptly walked back out, never to return.

    in reply to: XI review scores #218664
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    Did any of those people actually watch Can of Worms?

    in reply to: What will be 'XII's color'? #218163
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    > the universally recognised palette of lazy grading.

    How insightful.

    in reply to: Mindblowing thing I've just noticed about Father Ted… #217521
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    ‘But there’s a Bishop in it, they’ll love it!’ could have been a line…. but you wouldn’t get enough of a reaction cause most people watching probably don’t know about the character.

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    All these years…… *breaks down*

    My belief system has been torn asunder.

    > For one exhausting year I used to co-run and co-edit a daily pop culture trivia/ephemera blog called Talk About The Passion with my old friend Ben

    REM-related at all? :)

    in reply to: Viewing Figures #217073
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    Clearly it needs to be axed and replaced with ‘Cooking In Prison’. Or a new scifi-based reality show ‘Blast Off! On Benefits’

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    > Like when I started showing her The Fast Show and she didn’t laugh at all.

    There are only a small handful of sketches/characters that make me laugh, especially now. I don’t think it’s aged particularly well… It was alright when everyone was talking about it at school, though I like darker humour, usually so dark it’s almost black…black….BLACK! Like the caverns where the mome raths hide….the raisins that line your icy tomb!! Mother, shall we dine tonight on Father’s tyres? The rubber rings circle his soul all withered and BLACK!!

    in reply to: SERIES XI PREMIER IN EDINBURGH TOMORROW #214645
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    http://www.fullychargedshow.co.uk/red-dwarf/2016/8/25/red-dwarf-xi-the-first-viewing

    Bobby’s take, there. Plus a new cast shot pic I’ve not seen.

    in reply to: New Logo. Front. Back. #214536
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    > The chalk markings were shit though.

    Hell they grate, don’t they….? Though it was only years later that it hit me how they are there because of the prison connection…XD

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    What an absolute slag.

    in reply to: Series XI – Titles & Descriptions #214378
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    Someone at Dave made a boo-boo?? Though I’m sure this info will be out there soon enough (some of it has already been officially revealed), it is still spoilerific so the details of it shouldn’t be mentioned here, yet….

    Though one thing I have to say…Episode 6 has the worst title of any Dwarf episode in the history of Dwarf episodes. Episode 5’s title, on the other hand, how has it never been used up till now?

    in reply to: Dirty Feed #214357
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    I actually got a little emotional over Brendan’s speech about comedy at the end of the live episode…

    in reply to: Rimmericks #214341
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    They didn’t exactly ‘split up again’ seeing as there was no indication they were gonna rekindle their writing partnership. What is ‘really strange and no-one mentions it’ is the fact that Rob was script editor on the first series of Stressed Eric.

    in reply to: 2017 Calendar Confirmed! #214272
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    I’m reliably informed each month is the characters of R E D D W A R F 2 0 1 7 spelled out.

    in reply to: Is this the official G&T coffee cup? #214167
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    It needs an ‘S’ :p

    in reply to: Doug doing a Reddit AMA? #214166
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    ‘What is your Red Dwarf?’

    in reply to: Who has £5000 for an unused model? #214097
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    A Christmas special? Maybe they mean BtE, and this was going to be used as part of a much bigger setup than the diving bell we got in the episode?

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    Amazing!! It must have been so frustrating for them at the time, and a huge shame we didn’t get to see more of work they did for VII (broadcast, at least).

    in reply to: Whensitonwhensitonwhensiton? #214083
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    Who cares when it’s on, it’s gonna be shit anyway. Life has no meaning since we left the EU.

    in reply to: Erm… Red Dwarf 1-5 Blurays!? #214052
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    *fully expects them to master them at 24p so the episodes play 4% slower, like DW series’ 1-4*

    in reply to: The One Show #213791
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    Dwarf was the first thing namechecked when Alex Jones introduced him, so at least there was that…

    in reply to: Sit.com with Norm #213790
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    Who knows whether it’ll ever see the light of day? Hope it does though. Any new sitcom pilot is welcome.

    in reply to: The 5 Best Red Dwarf Scenes #213580
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    Interestingly enough, it does get a MASSIVE laugh from the audience… XD

    The scene actually wouldn’t be that bad if everything wasn’t dragged out so much…it’s so over-egged. As soon as you see the banner and Kochanski’s reaction to it that’s all you need. In that one moment you’re laughing at everything that they then try to get more laughs out of in the next minute. It’s only the first moment that’s funny.

    in reply to: First glimpse of new Kryten costume… #213436
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    In one way I’m glad they’ve altered it so much from X, where it seemed too cumbersome. If it looks a bit ‘cheap’ it doesn’t matter because that’s always been part of Kryten’s charm. The mask, I reckon, is great! You can see more of Bobby’s face through the rubber than ever.

    in reply to: Not the first time we've seen it done… #213226
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    I only wish they’d turn that fucking tambourine down……

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    It would be good to see at least some changes between XI and XII. Especially with something like the Kryten suit, which most people seemed less than impressed with in the set reports…(as opposed to the head which was universally praised)

    in reply to: Reflection #213165
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    Are you my mummy??

    in reply to: New Red Dwarf model #213084
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    Obviously there’s more important things to work on, but I would love it if they changed the Dwarf boosters back to being more like the original model… still hate the VIII-onwards ones….

    in reply to: Dirty Feed #212179
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    The funny thing about that is most people who contributed are probably old farts like us who watched the original shows, not really a ‘modern audience’…

    This makes me think of the grand statements people make saying ‘no-one wants to watch TV any more’ it’s total bullshit for those whose brains work exclusively in clickbait headlines.

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    Just realised I said Brent Spiner playing Kryten, despite the whole point of it being that David Ross was back xD Whatever.

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    Pree, or maybe Rebecca Blackstone playing another character.

    David Ross’ Kryten in a story where the crew discover their ‘legit’ selves in a parallel universe.

    Lister would be played by Chiwetel Ejiofor,
    Rimmer by Alexander Armstrong,
    the Cat by Paterson Joseph,
    Kryten by Brent Spiner,
    Kochanski by Emily Watson.
    Holly by Norman Lovett (cause Norm’s legit, innit)

    in reply to: hypothetically making the worst possible ep of RD #212123
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    The worst thing about Taiwan Tony is that it’s in the middle of an, otherwise, fucking great episode.

    Okay, as far as all-time most cringeworthy Dwarf imaginable…

    Let’s say Miss Kochanski being ‘on the blob’ (an actual Lister line from the episode), is threatening to cause some kind of spacetime-bending, cataclysmic event, due to the fact that this is the time she should have been pregnant to Lister with a child that was…basically the John Connor of the Dwarf universe (yeah I just watched Terminator Genysis, ‘bite me’).

    So…they miniaturise Starbug (as you do) with Lister, Cat and Kryten onboard (Rimmer stays behind for moral support), in order to enter Miss Kochanski via her vaginski, into her wombski and up the fallopian tube, lickety split, then fire the modified Time Wand towards her ovary, taking it back a while in order for Lister to have a go at fertilising the right egg at the right time…

    Of course, the Time Wand doesn’t work as planned, and what Kryten ends up doing is devolving Miss Kochanski’s ovary, thus the child that is eventually born is…no, not Neanderthal man, or proto-human, but Martian, therefore confirming that women are in fact originally from Mars (and men as well, but it’s funnier that women are).

    When Kryten tries to rectify this, the baby turns into a giant, psychotic sperm beast which hunts down the crew and…..yeah.

    Basically Kochanski having a period. Again. Cause that’s what women do. And it’s funny.

    in reply to: Why so much hate for Remastered? #212049
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    > Similarly, when we did a version of The Young Ones’ “Bambi” as a school play thing once,

    Beyond brilliant!

    in reply to: Why did the CSO not work on this episode? #212034
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    in reply to: Why did the CSO not work on this episode? #212033
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    [IMG]http://i62.tinypic.com/df83uo.png[/IMG]

    in reply to: Should the Red Dwarf logo be refreshed? #211957
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    I like it when the vampire does a dance.

    in reply to: Demastered – A Series X Project #211840
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    Want…..

    in reply to: Red Dwarf VIII? #211731
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    People should just be thankful they have a roof over their heads. It’s a slightly sub-par series of a brilliant television programme…

    in reply to: Series VIII ~ The Hour Long Version #211701
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    You can literally cut 2 entire episodes for VII and not one wink of sleep would be lost.

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    > I’m sure it’s better than the Brent movie will be, though.

    I don’t know why he’s even doing it tbh. The character, despite not really appearing in that many episodes, has nothing more to give. The more you delve into his life the more depressing it’s gonna get… If it was an Office movie it might be a bit more bearable.

    As for what’s ‘Dwarfy’, much of X actually managed it IMO. Lister’s scene with himself in Fathers & Suns is pure Dwarf, as is Pree herself. There are scenes in Lemons and Entangled that also feel they could easily be from past series’. Entangled would have been my favourite episode from X by a mile (and maybe since VI) if the ending hadn’t been screwed…..

    This cast and this writer can do anything they want and it WILL be ‘Dwarfy’ if they just do it with no fear and if technical issues don’t interfere. They are the two things that most commonly fuck up any creative project. If you’re scared to do something, what you end up with will be half-assed, and if, when you do decide to really go for it, technical shit gets in your way, then…bleh.

    in reply to: I hate Back to Earth #211672
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    It was hernia-inducing.

    in reply to: I hate Back to Earth #211663
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    I don’t agree that the cast weren’t into BtE. I enjoy their performances more than in VII and VIII. Yes, Craig is good in VII & VIII, but he’s fucking great here. It does help that the material he’s given IS good, from a Lister development pov. It may not necessarily be funny…but it gives the character a kick up the arse and reminds us why we ever gave a toss about him in the first place.

    Of course, the line in Trojan ‘if Kochanski was here right now wanting sex’ or whatever the eff it was, kind of tramples over it. In fact, that line is, for me, the worst moment in the entirety of X (worse than ‘slag’, but then that choice moment also makes little sense coming from the more mature Lister). Doug has an ‘interesting’ take on female characters (human ones at least…).

    in reply to: I hate Back to Earth #211632
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    > One thing I don’t like about the Director’s Cut is that there’s a really good Rimmer reaction shot in Part 1 that’s not in the DC.

    Whereabouts?

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    Stop slagging off Derek you massive fucks! It wasn’t that bad!! It was heartwarming with old people, dogs and Karl Pilkington in a wig (even though he didn’t come back for series 2 after he realised he couldn’t spend another moment with Gervais’ screaming baboon laughter in his face for another 6 weeks) what the eff more do you want??

    I think we should be happy with what we got for X as far as direction goes. Doug was obviously really up against it and to start planning different framing etc. for various scenes probably wasn’t practical. After all, a couple of the episodes only just about came together in the end…

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #211500
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    Rimmer is about to ‘die’, and the only way of saving him is for Lister, Cat and Kryten to be miniaturised and injected, by a skutter, into his light bee. A sort of sequel to Terrorform, though not copying it, obviously……

    in reply to: Plots for RDXII #211498
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    We see the old Lister scene from Future Echoes.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf USA – Take Two? #211378
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    That’s like asking whether you prefer cat food or dog food…

    in reply to: Oh my. #211332
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    Hey don’t be down on your article, it was good! as were your episode reviews on Holoship. I used to enjoy reading them. :)

    in reply to: RD11 where does it stand? #211330
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    > and he commented saying that that may change!

    I’m sure the rest of the crew becoming mechanoids is something that’s been mentioned as a possibility for an episode. I remember Craig talking about it somewhere. I guess a swap with Kryten and Lister could have worked years ago, particularly if DNA hadn’t been made. Even 20 odd years later, having Robert out of the mask would feel like a retread.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 5 #211049
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    This is when things get better than the books…:D

    Though what the heck are they gonna do after this season? There won’t be any story left to tell!

    in reply to: A Little Insight… #211003
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    Isn’t it just darn hilarious that this little smidgen of info, in the middle of a pretty long interview, about Craig’s whole life, is what they decided to use for the headline? xD

    in reply to: Rob Grant's sexy robot's & virtual dectectives #210852
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    You’ve gotta love the X images in this (actually pretty decent) article. :D

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Encyclopedia Now Available! #210818
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    I’m getting it for the Foreward.

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    Michelle Keegan, but obviously not as her Corrie character…;)

    in reply to: Lister Out Holly In for King Con… #210686
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    The first thing someone should ask him is ‘when’s the movie coming out?’

    in reply to: So, what do the whipper snappers think of the show… #210685
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    I’m nearly 32 so I’m afraid whatever an 18-year-old youth has to say about anything, let alone Dwarf, is naught but white noise to me…;)

    Something that irks me is how a guy I’ve worked with for years, and who is a big sci-fi fan, loves Trek, is a fairly hardcore reader of fantasy novels etc. absolutely hates Dwarf, or at least he claims to. He always makes sure he gets a stab in about Dwarf if I ever mention it. Though, funnily enough, he seems to know a heck of a lot about something he supposedly dislikes.

    in reply to: Demastered – A Series X Project #210602
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    Father Lennon Weary

    Father Chilly Becker

    Father Guy Heidi

    Father Terence Wurst

    Father Samuel Redundance

    Father Alpen Spider

    Father Willy Weller

    Father Macaulay Woo

    Father St John Smatter

    Father Lopper Topper

    Father Kayden Krum

    Father Torbeck Winters

    Father June Sarpong

    Father Jimmy Jimjam

    Father Wesley Crusher

    Father Taiwan Tony

    Father Wilson TheBallFromThatFilm

    Father Tripping Cenotaph

    Father Jefferson Airplane

    Father Dick Chew

    in reply to: Is this Chris's voice? #210597
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    No matter how many times I read that I can’t seem to grasp it, mentally…

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    This is a great piece! Brittas will forever be underrated, I feel, yet the first five series’ are up there with the very best of sitcom. Anything that celebrates the show is a joy to read. :)

    in reply to: Demastered – A Series X Project #210589
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    I really want to see this happen! If there is one thing I would change about X (visually, at least) it would be a return to the ‘video’ look. It could have been shot that way with the Epic cameras, no problem.

    in reply to: Thoughts are with Ben…. #210588
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    Only reading this now. I just wanted to say how sorry I am and wishing you and your family well, Ben.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf XI Confirmed? #210167
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    Yet more facepalming from Doug, I expect…:D Saying that, I hope we do get confirmation of a commission in the not-too-distant future. Also, I would love more of an explanation for how and why Baby Cow are suddenly involved!

    in reply to: "Happy Birthday BBC Two" #210137
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    You’ve got to love them cutting from Rob talking about the ratings and reviews of series 1 to clips from VII…xD

    in reply to: Shades of Brittas #209912
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    Chris reprising the role of Brittas for the video of a Little Mix cover of Word Up, for Sport Relief…

    Clearly a new 6 part series is in the works.

    in reply to: Wait a minute… #209802
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    I switched off when it said ‘The End’.

    in reply to: VHS Findings #209697
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    We wants proof!! :D

    in reply to: Any of these worth watching? #209615
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    Rev is ace! Pramface is harmless enough.

    in reply to: Richard Naylor #209499
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    Hopefully there’s a gag about an ‘iSmeg’ app or device in this episode. If not, I’ll pass…

    in reply to: Gazpacho Soup #209480
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    Saturday Kitchen was on 10 years ago?? Fuck me.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf the (cancelled) video game. #209451
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    “We took this to show Doug Naylor and some TV execs”

    I’m not sure why TV execs would have needed to be involved?? Also, could Rob have feasibly stopped a game from happening, and what reason would he even have for doing so?

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #209416
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    The boys hit the edge of the universe, which turns out to be nothing more than a giant black cloth covered with thousands of LED bulbs (4.5W GU10s, cool white).

    in reply to: And Danny John Jules as the voice of the book. #209411
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    Sadly, lots of people would rather spend £50 on Sky and £37 on a phone contract than find the money to go to a show like this.

    in reply to: 9 Lost Dr Who Episodes found! #209353
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    Every time I see a Troughton episode I think ‘THAT’S Doctor Who’. The Enemy of the World is ace. I’m on episode 3 now. Wasn’t gonna cave and buy on iTunes but….

    in reply to: IT Crowd Series 4 #209309
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    Lump in throat time as Moss stood there at the end…

    in reply to: IT Crowd Series 4 #209296
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    Apparently Roy wins a Golden Techie award and makes a speech about all the people who’ve fecked him over down the years…

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    He’s not real, you know…:p

    in reply to: Anyone seeing Muppets Most Wanted next Spring? #209003
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    I never liked ‘…Again!’ as a title. They don’t need to go down the pisstake title route. Also, am I the only one to think ‘The Muppets…Again!’ would have been a better title for the last film? With it being their comeback and all.

    in reply to: COSTCO #208995
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    Had a Korma from Lidl the other day. It was fucking beautiful! I wouldn’t wipe my arse with any Tesco ready meals.

    in reply to: Anyone seeing Muppets Most Wanted next Spring? #208993
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    > Fuck that.

    I never realised you two didn’t get on…?

    in reply to: Doctor number 12 incoming Sunday #208917
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    It’s probably that guy from the BT ads. The one we’re all meant to relate to cause we have a laptop and wifi and stuff and we want to fuck our fit female flatmate…

    in reply to: Doctor number 12 incoming Sunday #208905
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    I really really wish Moffat wasn’t casting the 12th and that he was going out with Matt Smith. I just can’t see him casting Damien Moloney, who clearly should be the 12th Doctor…

    in reply to: Worlds End #208864
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    I think the biggest mistake they made was to hype this up years before it was even written and shot. It could never live up to those kinds of expectations. Everyone’s always going to hold this up against Shaun. I don’t know anyone who hasn’t seen Shaun at least 4 times, probably thanks to the number of times it’s been on ITV2…

    I wish it wasn’t connected to Shaun and Fuzz, though it might not have even been greenlit if that was the case. It doesn’t help that I just wanted to slap Pegg’s character through the whole thing (funnily enough that’s how I’ve felt about everything he’s done since Run Fatboy Run…). At least Nick Frost hasn’t gone up his own arse in that way, and he did a good job in World’s End. Maybe it’s midlife crisis time for Pegg??

    in reply to: VOGANS SEND BIRTHDAY SALUTATIONS TO IAN #208770
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    Birthday, or summat.

    in reply to: Happy birthday, Danny! #208691
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    This is brilliant! :)

    in reply to: Holly (not Hilly) interested in Red Dwarf return? #208690
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    Only if he’s still got that spot in the middle of his massive fuck-off forehead. Bald as a cunt.

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208578
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    That is a great trailer. It’s a shame the BBC’s official one won’t match it.

    Btw, can we have the good Tanya back, please? I don’t like this bad one.

    in reply to: RIP Richard Matheson #208572
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    <splutter>Wizards vs Aliens</splutter>

    in reply to: A Bit Of a Chat with Ken Plume & Doug Naylor #208341
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    There’s a ton of brilliant info from Doug here. It’s great to hear so much positivity regarding a potential XI. I just really really hope production runs a heck of a lot smoother than on X. Though, saying that, wouldn’t that make for a less-interesting doco? :P

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208221
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    How can you talk about the Red Wedding when the real union just happened on BOTS?? *is scarred* :P

    Back on topic…what an awesome season it truly was! I’m a big fan of the decisions David and Dan are making with the adaptation. Obviously they’re being godfathered by GRRM, so people shouldn’t be too worried about x character not appearing etc. Season 4 onwards is going to be mossst interesting as we see them bringing in events from FFC and DWD, as well as finishing off SoS. At some point it’s gonna improve on the books, methinks. It’s fully possible to fit the events of 300 pages of DWD into a single episode, right? ;)

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208041
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    Which episode was the 100th?

    in reply to: Sebby P #207885
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    What the actual fuck?

    Just my opinion but this thread needs to disappear. The thought of someone new coming here and seeing this makes me feel sad. There’s not a single post, out of the hundreds above, worth saving (ok, except the Jennifer Lawrence gif ;) ). Why allow that waste to think he’s achieved something by keeping it? I don’t want to see it here when I come back.

    in reply to: Norm’s post-Dwarf tell-all #206920
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    The only real issue was between Norman and GNP (also the cast, though who knows if any of them later got in touch with him). What Norman shouldn’t have done – and I hope he can see this – is talk about it, publically. Regardless of the details, what he did was way out of line, and the comments made on this thread are nothing compared with what could have been said.

    What I believe is that he thought most fans would get behind him over the ‘get Grant back’ and ‘it’s not funny anymore’ etc. comments. Frankly, to say all that was far more childish and petty than anything posted above.

    in reply to: RDXI in MMXV? #206864
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    2015 is the earliest plausible unless they started production later this year (highly doubtful). I would be good to get XI in 2015 then end it 3 years later for the 30th anniversary. God, even I’ll be an old man by then, let alone the cast! o.o

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #206575
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    My guess is they just couldn’t find room for it, and we know that they try not to shoot anything other than exactly what they need. Who knows, there may be some kind of flashback in season 3.

    I’d recommend the books to anyone! Though, after Storm of Swords, things get a little…muddy. Still great, but I get the feeling that this is where the HBO series is going to come into it’s own by seriously tightening up Martin’s storytelling. When you read around 500 pages and literally nothing’s happened you know there’s something wrong somewhere…;)

    in reply to: Being Human axed #206176
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    While this is sad news I reckon it’s highly likely that Toby Whithouse would have ended it this year, regardless of the budget cuts (perhaps for more adventures in time and space…). Five series’ is a great run and there’ve been truly amazing moments throughout.

    in reply to: Alex's Bottom #205868
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    Wtf Symes on the main show!!?!?!!!

    in reply to: Tikka to Ride – Pronunciation? #205043
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    ‘Mar-bhuna-ed’

    That’s all I got….

    Actually, ‘Passandra’

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