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  • in reply to: Red Dwarf at Christmas #204741
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    srmcd1, that was a most enjoyable read. :)

    in reply to: RD XI News : Doug Naylor already writing new series #204737
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    > If he’d like to write six episodes rather than 4 and a bit this time, it would be a start.

    He wrote 2 other episodes that could not be used due to the location shoot being snatched away. I’m sure we will get to see these produced for XI, if it happens.

    in reply to: GTA V #204624
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    I’ve recently rediscovered how it feels to be halfway across the map and then…..’You’re hood is under attack!’ *arrrrrghh* :P

    in reply to: Dwarfcast Commentary Requests #204593
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    A commentary on Doug’s deleted scenes commentary.

    in reply to: Dwarfcast Commentary Requests #204580
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    With the initial reaction ‘casts only just happening I’d say save doing X commentaries for a good while, then they can have a fresh perspective. Other than that…A Life In Lamé?

    in reply to: GTA V #204061
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    I like Rockstar’s comments that the current generation is still capable of so much more. They’re so right about that. The PS3’s power has hardly ever been fully tapped. GTA5 looks like it’s gonna push everything to the limit.

    in reply to: GTA V #203950
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    I’ve been playing San Andreas for the first time in years and, heck, it feels so basic. It makes me realise how colossal a step up IV really was in terms of gameplay and certainly visually.

    in reply to: GTA V #203904
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    All they need to do is combine the huge step up in visuals and game mechanics, brought in for IV, with the sheer unadulterated fun of Vice City and San Andreas. Simple…

    The trailer bodes extremely well.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203867
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    People who live in the south.

    in reply to: The BBC #203748
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    I bet they wish they’d commissioned BtE now.

    in reply to: Old series fans take on X #203404
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    > I shudder to imagine a reality where I gave up on Arrested Development after the underwhelming pilot episode.

    You would be driven to this…

    http://youtu.be/7Fa_FKC69f0?t=5s

    in reply to: SHUT IT!!! YOU SLAG!! #203349
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    In before the delete.

    in reply to: GHOSTWATCH #203305
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    I imagine if they broadcast it again it would be ‘BBC TO SHOW SICK HALLOWEEN GHOST HOAX’ etc.

    in reply to: Fucking Facebook #203304
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    All 5 episodes have been better than several past ones (‘Lemons’ and ‘Entangled’ even challenging ones from the ‘classic’ era). That, to me, is a great success!

    in reply to: GUEST STARS FOR RDXI ? #203234
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    ..

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    There’s also commentary on G&T members’ faces.

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #203194
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    > Also, anybody anywhere loses any argument whatsoever as soon as they decide to bring the “rape” metaphor into it.

    Let’s just see where Disney take Star Wars before we draw a solid line under that……;)

    No, the only time I’ve found that even mildly amusing was in the South Park episode. Though surely the key thing is that this guy was saying this to Doug directly. Childish doesn’t even cover that.

    in reply to: GUEST STARS FOR RDXI ? #203139
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    And so are you.

    in reply to: Still Alive #203133
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    Mila Kunis :P

    in reply to: GUEST STARS FOR RDXI ? #203132
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    Chris Morris
    Rebecca Front
    Johnny Vegas
    Suranne Jones
    Karen Gillan
    Tilda Swinton
    Tom Felton (as Rimmer’s son)
    Reece Shearsmith
    Sanjeev Bhaskar (heck, we’ve had one of the Kumars)
    Patrick Stewart
    Marina Sirtis
    Idris Elba
    Charlize Theron (this one the most likely, I feel)

    in reply to: Still Alive #203128
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    > But let’s not turn this into a process-of-elimination thing.

    But they do work on The Simpsons. ;)

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203127
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    Grrrrrr!!!

    In other news, much sympathy for the Yanks facing the effects of Sandy. Fucking awful. The Earth can be a bigger baby than certain forum members.

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203123
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    I owe my life to him.

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #203120
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    > and in the documentaries very often blames Rob/the director/the budget/the BBC/Chloe etc. rather than admitting any mistakes.

    The budget, maybe, but the others? I’d like to see an example of where he ‘blames’ Rob…

    > The references to Rob`s solo work are a little unfortunate too.

    Rob has slagged VII in the past (can’t for the life of me remember when or in what context) and he said he didn’t even watch VIII. IMO that makes it alright for Doug to comment on Rob’s series’ (which, afaik, he never has up until now, though someone else might know different).

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #203048
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    I think Doug mentioned them to make it even more obvious that the guy didn’t have a clue what he was talking about. My guess is that Rob doesn’t even think too highly of how those series’ turned out, but this isn’t really the time to be discussing that (seperate thread, methinks, Strangerers is definitely worth talking about…I always think of it as Rob’s VIII, but…anyway)

    Yeah, no, yeah Doug didn’t need to carry on arguing with that dickhead, though I can understand why he did. I know I wouldn’t have been able to keep my mouth shut after the ‘dry rape’ comment…

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #202997
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    An episode where they do some actual mining.

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #202983
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    I want a VII-done-right, almost-TNG-ripoff one where Kryten is flying Blue Midget alone and is either attacked or hit by an asteroid, resulting in him crashing on a nearby moon. The rest of the crew get to him but he’s badly damaged, with his whole body crushed beyond repair. Barely being able to speak, he manages to get out one clear word – ‘nettie’ before closing his eyes. Rimmer, checking a panel on Kryten’s side, says ‘his systems have stopped functioning’ and Lister says ‘no, man, he’s dead…’ and they walk away.

    Later, back on the Dwarf, Lister goes down to Kryten’s quarters. Realising he’s never actually been inside, he tries the door, only to be prompted for an entry code. Punching in ‘nettie’, as the door opens he’s suddenly bombarded with loud music by none other than Rastabilly Skank! After a brief ‘what the smeg?’ he walks in and there’s a mechanoid with its back to him, ‘hi dad…’ she says as she turns and both she and Lister scream.

    Kryten has spent the past 10 years building his own mechanoid child and…yeah there’s not much that could be done with that idea but Nettie would end up rebuilding Kryten and then have to die somehow (as all female characters must do on this show ;))…that would be it.

    Or the crew find a nudist planet, populated by GELFs.

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #202865
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    It’s from Reservoir Dogs. If that’s ‘Little Green Bag’ you’re referring to.

    in reply to: GHOSTWATCH #202726
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    > Sonic 2, Sega Megadrive for Christmas.

    I’m gonna well up in a minute…

    in reply to: Saturday night YouTubing… #202699
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    in reply to: Saturday night YouTubing… #202664
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    http://youtu.be/v7Woo4oBWDA?t=1m44s

    Just three things I’ve been watching…

    in reply to: So… a 4th Series of Bottom is on the way… #202611
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    I bet the BBC (the root-of-all-evil, paedophile-harbouring, building 7-predicting, NWO-whoring organization they blatantly may or may not be, in some people’s unfounded and, ultimately, irrelevant opinions :P) were ultimately to blame for this not happening.

    I want to believe that Rik and Ade realised they couldn’t do this new series justice without taking it elsewhere (e.g. Ch4) which they won’t do, probably so as not to fuck up any relationship with the BBC (mainly in Ade’s case, cause remember that could affect Jennifer Saunders and their production company, Mr & Mrs Monsoon). I’m sure it would have been very easy for Rik and Ade to fall out over these details and just decide not to do it at all.

    in reply to: So… a 4th Series of Bottom is on the way… #202517
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    Damn…

    in reply to: Back to Earth isn't Shit #202173
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    > One of these photos is of him in the family’s kitchen in Ghostwatch.

    O.O

    Mind = blown.

    in reply to: Anyone else spot the continuity smeg up? #202159
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    in reply to: Anyone else spot the continuity smeg up? #202102
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    They just about got away with excising that plot point from the episode. A couple of quick cuts there and that pointless corridor scene (I’m guessing there were more lines there that they couldn’t fit in) make for a pretty ‘meh’ 30 seconds or so.

    in reply to: Trojan timelines #202096
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    It’s not gonna look good if Rimmer gets shot, at any point in future episodes, and isn’t affected, with no explanation. Most people watching would be wondering why.

    in reply to: The new drive room #201981
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    One good thing about the new drive room is that it really does look like the ship could be controlled from there. As much as I want to see the ‘bug cockpit again, I wouldn’t like them to simply redress this set and add a little green around the edges, it should look as close to the classic set as possible!

    in reply to: Rare Vanessa Feltz interview with Bobby and Norm 99 #201902
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    I like how even on the blummin’ Vanessa show Norman can still get a dig in at Paul Jackson. ;)

    He’s worth every penny, as always, but his bullshit never gets any less cringeworthy!

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    Could that be a massive spoiler from Craig slipping in there…?

    in reply to: Yes, Prime Minister audience recording report #201794
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    > I sometimes wish I’d used an alias online, and it certainly would have helped under certain circumstances. But it never really felt right to use one against my writing, somehow.

    Just out of curiosity, are you talking about things you have written on here, employers checking G&T or something?

    While there might be people on here who know my real name (it’s definitely possible) I’m glad I’ve never used it for commenting cause I’ve said some pretty horrible, not to mention woefully uninformed, things over the years (hopefully nothing too recently…the being an absolute prick bit, I mean, the uninformed just comes with the territory, I’m afraid…)… It’s one of the reasons I’ve never linked to any of my work or anything like that. Not that I’ve done anything Dwarf-related so it’s irrelevant here in any case, and funnily enough I use two different pseudonyms for what I do anyway, one of them just a different surname. I did use ‘performingmonkey’ for my music many moons ago. Yes, it was the right decision to change that…:P

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #201790
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    If Moffat wasn’t gonna give us a payoff with the Ponds and Melody then River didn’t even need to be in the episode IMO.

    Plenty of good stuff going on, but missed out on being really great by a gnat’s wing.

    in reply to: Thoughts on Rob Grant #201715
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    *passes Jimboid a spliff*

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X: Major Happy #201708
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    *checks if chair is screwed down*

    in reply to: Norman interviewed by Stephen Gately on film shot at Laredo #201706
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    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHS_nyGnzwY

    No-one, and I mean no-one, could have convinced me that was real until I saw it with my own eyes.

    in reply to: VII FIlmic Removal #201635
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    > Actually the 3D fad has nothing to do with the fps for The Hobbit, but OH WELL.

    I meant it looks like TV cause they have to overlight everything due to 3D. No wonder people were saying it looked like ‘I Claudius’ at those 48fps screenings months ago. The lighting and grade being setup for 3D, coupled with the 48fps, is gonna make it look like an interlaced audience sitcom rather than an epic fantasy movie!

    in reply to: More extras passed at the BBFC #201633
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    I’m guessing the doc will contain more on-set stuff than the past ones, rather than just retrospective talking heads.

    in reply to: VII FIlmic Removal #201613
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    > So does the ‘off’ button.

    *applauds* :P

    IMO enough of The Hobbit looks like a TV show even at 24fps…

    The 3D fad (which is what it is and always will be) has a lot to answer for.

    in reply to: VII FIlmic Removal #201605
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    It would have been interesting to see a 50Hz version of one of the VII episodes on the VII DVD, just for comparison. This wouldn’t be possible with, say, Doctor Who because, since it went HD, they’ve shot it progressively (i.e. 25Hz).

    in reply to: More extras passed at the BBFC #201514
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    > “We’re Smegged” is an annoying title

    I think it’s funny.

    Nearly 2 hours for the doc!!! At least some commentary confirmed!!! :D

    in reply to: Thoughts on Rob Grant #201481
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    > Bodysnatcher wasn’t very good imho, so don’t think that a Rob / Doug reunion would necessarily be the boon it once seemed.

    I thought it was alright considering it was spruced up old script, performed by Chris with storyboards, and would have made for a better episode than Waiting For God or Balance Of Power if it had been done in 1988.

    in reply to: Back to Earth isn't Shit #201475
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    The reason people outside of fandom won’t like BtE is that it relies too much on the viewers BEING fans (of both Red Dwarf and, to a lesser extent, Blade Runner) to even appreciate what Doug is trying to do.

    A similar thing would apply if Back To Reality was your first experience of Dwarf. There’s no way you could fully enjoy the idea of the characters ‘discovering’ they’re not who they think they are if you don’t actually know who they are in the first place! That doesn’t mean to say episodes like this shouldn’t be made, it’s just that BtE was the first Dwarf for 10 years, and it should have been something that drew newbies in from the get-go as opposed to resting on 52 episodes of history.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #201448
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    Turn Left had a brilliant ending IMO, so it’s quite the opposite to TPoT!

    There were some very good elements in this episode, not least the introduction of, hopefully, the re-occuring character of the Brig’s daughter. Though…do I ever want to watch it again? I’ve seen Asylum of the Daleks 4 times.

    in reply to: How "Only the Good…" becomes "Every Dog…" #201446
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    The Tank and the Canaries WERE good ideas. All of you who think otherwise can…have differing opinions.

    in reply to: Back to Earth isn't Shit #201347
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    The idea of BtE is great, and the show itself looks amazing. In fact, everything about its production is pretty inspiring (lots of people working for peanuts or as a favour, just for their love of Red Dwarf), and seeing the guys back together in the roles was a real joy; a feat I was slowly losing hope for.

    The biggest plus points were Craig’s performance, and what Doug had given the character (possibly brought on by him thinking ‘oh shit, Craig’s not really up for this, so I have to give him something with a bit of meat’). Also, Chloe’s appearance towards the end never fails to make me smile. I don’t know how anyone can slate that, or dismiss BtE as ‘crap’ when these moments exist. Plus, Sophie Winkleman… ;)

    Of course, it’s not a particularly funny episode (BITR, the complete cut, for example, has a ton of laughs in comparison), and a little in no man’s land in regards to what it’s trying to be. You could settle for ‘comedy drama’ but that’ll never sit right. However, I think it’s far more successful than VII in developing the show’s format and proved, to me, that the movie WOULD have been great.

    in reply to: Thoughts on Rob Grant #201345
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    If Robbie Williams can rejoin Take That…

    in reply to: Thoughts on Rob Grant #201275
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    The fact that Rob’s name will always grace any Red Dwarf episode ever made (and rightly so) IMO makes it more difficult for people to forget about his involvement with the show. Any new fans, for instance, are bound to wonder who he is and why he’s not writing for the show anymore, so the same questions are always gonna crop up from time to time.

    Rob and Doug’s joint interview/commentaries on the Bodysnatcher set were enough for me to stop feeling in any way peeved about the split. While it was not necessarily the main aim of Rob’s involvement with that set, it was still brilliant to see two professionals, who, I’m sure, everyone here respect a great deal, let us know that they had obviously put the past to bed and that what is…is…end of!

    Slating Rob or Doug for anything they’ve done post-split, after all they have given us, is, frankly, tantamount to idiocy of the highest degree.

    in reply to: Thoughts on Rob Grant #201199
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    The thread title ‘Thoughts on Rob Grant’ has just had me laughing for a good five minutes. :P

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #200950
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    Yeah but you already know that’s a given with me. ;)

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200949
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    I suppose this is what you get when you’ve got several million tuning in just as something to have on before The X Factor. If you don’t write for them then you’re gonna have people switching off. Sad but true…

    I’m guessing a general lack of the Ponds was a factor.

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #200946
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    Really, really impressed by the new site.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200918
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    A great one this week. Enjoyed it immensely! Top location and production values. Adrian Scarborough being his reliable self. Matt’s performance pretty commanding (for him).

    Amy might have had one good moment but I found the low key nature of the Ponds’ appearance in this episode to the be the right choice, as the story was, thankfully, the main focus. I keep wanting Doctor Who to be more like this. Just give us a bloody story, and a well-written one at that, with all the prattling and pissing about cut down to a minimum! While I’m almost sounding like my dad right now…I just want to be entertained by an episode of television, is that too much to ask?!??

    Yeah 8/10 is about right, with the ending slightly letting it down.

    in reply to: Best Series 7 Lines #200917
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    > D’you know something? I have *never* even thought of that before.

    And neither has Doug…;)

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #200916
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    > He’s got less meat on him than a Chicken **Nugget!

    *edited for DVD*

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #200824
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    > No one can post links, pecospete. The site has never supported it.



    in reply to: Red Dwarf X – Potentially spoilery discussion #200794
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    > Oh, and pecospete666.

    Don’t even joke…..o.o

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X – Potentially spoilery discussion #200792
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    > With that in mind, it’s worth re-iterating that it’s me, Cappsy, John, Tanya and Danny who decide what’s allowed to be discussed on this site, nobody else.

    I’m proper disappointed in myself for clicking on this thread in the first place, let alone reading any of the reviews that’ve appeared. All that after months and months of putting my fingers in my ears going ‘la la la la la’ (which, incidentally, went down particuarly well at work)… That’s what I get for being such a flaky wanker. :D

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #200790
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    Because your name’s not Holly?

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X – Potentially spoilery discussion #200766
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    Judging by Doug’s comments it only uses part of the early Movie idea.

    What I’m guessing is we’re gonna see an adapted version of how the Movie was going to open. Maybe…for anyone who only watched the Movie, the disaster at the end of VIII that (presumably) saw all the crew, bar the Dwarfers, die is essentially the Movie’s version of the radiation leak and the setup for the Red Dwarf story.

    Whatever…I’m wondering what the point is of even referencing the VIII resolution, let alone showing it.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X – Potentially spoilery discussion #200761
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    *spoiler from a review*

    > Blue Midget! Yay! If so, what happened to Starbug? No bugs left on board after evacuation at the end of 8?

    One of the reviews mentions that Starbug is in ‘Trojan’. I wish I didn’t know that but…I can’t unread it! And now you can’t either. ;)

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… [2] #200739
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    > I suppose undoing the it-was-all-a-dream ending would be nice.

    Undoing series’ 6 & 7 would be more like it…;)

    I think an Olympics-themed Brittas return would have worked brilliantly. Don’t tell me that at least 5 scenarios didn’t enter your head at the mere thought of that! Brittas and crew could somehow have been in charge of the Aquatics Centre, or maybe the whole of Olympic Park! Cameos from the likes of Lord Coe, Tom Daly and Ellie Simmonds. Maybe…..

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200625
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    > It’s incredibly telling that the highest-rated Christmas day story to date has been “Voyage of the Damned”.

    The show was on such a hype train back then. Also, Kylie Minogue…;)

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200617
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    > Which, y’know. Fuck.

    He probably looked at the draft and thought ‘where do I start…..?’

    I know I often slate Moffat but that’s mainly frustration over what we KNOW he’s capable of (i.e. great episodes like ‘Asylum…’ as opposed to the wtf of last Christmas).

    With Chibnall it’s almost a given that we’re gonna be at the very least bored to tears… That’s if you actually care about stuff like plotting and dialogue. I’m sure those focussing on dino action or those playing the ‘spot the reused set and/or location’ game will have been fairly satisfied…;)

    And yay to Howard Burden!!! :D

    in reply to: Best Series 7 Lines #200519
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    It’s weird how you can watch a series another few years down the line and change your evaluation of it…yet again. VIII is now more enjoyable to me than VII, when, up until recently, that’s never been the case. BITR (complete cut) and Cassandra are better than anything in VII. Right at this moment I absolutely cannot stand VII or the thought of watching another frame of it!! Granted, I also feel that way about ‘Only The Good…’ but the rest of VIII, INCLUDING ‘Pete’ I can handle.

    Somebody – please – shoot – me – in – the – head.

    in reply to: Best Series 7 Lines #200502
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    > Why don’t they just use the DVD masters?

    I’m guessing because the edited versions they have were made before the DVD came out and they just used what they had available.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200499
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    The fact that he’s done Pond Life and 2 out of these 5 episodes has me worried indeed. I hope to the Lords of Kobol that he’s not being groomed for the next showrunner. His Torchwood tenure was saved by some decent writing by Catherine Treganna, Peter Hammond, Toby Whithouse and James Moran.

    Probably the only episode of his I’ve really enjoyed was ‘Countrycide’ from Torchwood series 1.

    in reply to: Best Series 7 Lines #200497
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    “I don’t know, one morning poncing around without your guilt chip and suddenly you think you’re some hoity toity robo god instead of the lashed-together meccano gimboid that you are.”

    That’s one of my favourite ever lines!

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #200476
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    I often wonder whether Chris Chibnall has some incriminating photos of someone at BBC Wales. There must be some reason why he’s still writing for the show when he’s clearly SHIT.

    Some decent effects but a boring episode for me with Matt at his most slappable in parts of it. In fact, everyone would have got a good strangling from me at one time or another. Including Rory’s dad and the rest of the ‘gang’ was a wasted opportunity.

    If Chibnall takes over the show I won’t watch. It would simply be too painful!

    in reply to: Here, have a new fucking forum, you bastards #200416
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    Mother pus-bucket…

    in reply to: Commentaries Commentary #126473
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    They could always record one later, when they’re all available, then post it online…?

    Wow, I need a wee.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #126472
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    > I’d have given it to her, straight away.

    A few days ago I would have said the same but, bizarrely, I’m now into brunettes…

    Robb Stark…what a jammy flipping bastard!!

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #126434
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    > No matter how much she’s dreaming she should’ve sounded Dalek.

    This isn’t a plot hole. She didn’t think she was a Dalek so didn’t broadcast a Dalek voice, but instead the one she has always thought of being her own. Obviously when the Doctor reached her she could only physically speak with a Dalek voice.

    I thought Moffat did a decent job of holding it all together and (for the first time in ages) delivering a twist or two that weren’t absolutely groanworthy or contrived. This is my favourite episode of his since ‘The Eleventh Hour’.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #126417
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    > but the fact that the first stages of ‘dalekification’ affect the mind and memory could explain this.

    This is exactly how Moffat will explain this away. The Christmas episode will be the first time they meet but by the time of ‘Asylum’ her memory has been affected by the conversion (she also forgot her right name). Also, the Doctor won’t recognize her (at first…) because he never actually saw her in ‘Asylum’. No doubt she’ll say something like ‘chin boy’ or maybe she’ll bake a soufflé (:P) and that makes him twig.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Series 7 #126346
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    > Oh, I found the lack of a River Song mention a bit odd.

    Seeing as this was the first Moffat episode since ‘The Eleventh Hour’ not to include her (and obviously there was his Library 2-parter before that), I’d say it was pretty darned refreshing…

    Okay…rather than editing what I just typed I’m gonna say I forgot about ‘The Beast Below’. Has anybody else? ;)

    in reply to: Best and worst episode endings #118255
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    “Souper!” is just fantastic.

    Underestimate series 1 at your peril!!!

    in reply to: RDXDVD? #118195
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    A Doug/Richard/Ellard one would be acceptable…;)

    If they can’t get the cast together, fair enough, but it would be a huge shame!

    in reply to: Good Moments, Bad Half Hours #118194
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    > It wasn’t until BTE that I actually started to care about him again. I’m hoping that stays in Series X.

    This. One of the best things about BTE was the reinvigoration of the character of Lister. IMO the show works well when we sympathise with Lister. That was the original setup, that we’re on his side and root for him all the way. There’s a point when the elaborate winding up of Rimmer becomes actually annoying.

    in reply to: Best and worst episode endings #118193
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    Oh I’m not particularly fond of Holoship’s ending, with the music etc. I always want it to end back on the Dwarf too, with Rimmer’s speech being in front of the crew, or maybe just Lister. Granted, there was already the ‘people I met’ speech earlier so it could have been a little repetitive…

    Gunmen’s ending is triumphantly perfect! TFTM too with the jigsaw, as has already been mentioned. Two perfect pieces of television right there. As for comedy endings, you can’t beat stuff like the Cat at the end of ‘Backwards’, Rimmer’s last line of ‘Marooned’, Holly at the end of ‘Queeg’. You’ve gotta love those kinds of endings that leave you with a huge grin on your face every time! :D

    And, er, a guilty pleasure has to be BITR when Lister puts the sexual magnetism virus on Rimmer and the guys surround him…;)

    in reply to: RDXDVD? #118151
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    Just live in England. Problem solved.

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… [2] #118051
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    I don’t think I could actually get the word ‘fanon’ to come out of my mouth unless it was accompanied by the regurgitated remnants of my last meal.

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    > I’m no Usain Bolt, but I walk five miles into work every day and it takes about 45 minutes to an hour.

    Exaggerations are fun! :D

    in reply to: What happened to Ed Bye? #117998
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    Why pay someone to do something you can do yourself? ;)

    in reply to: The SFX Awesome TV Preview #117934
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    > and that was a bit raucous that audience, it was like having a rock and roll night.

    *translation* they were so up for it they would have laughed at the cast making animal noises for 3 hours. :P

    in reply to: So… a 4th Series of Bottom is on the way… #117927
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    That street set is bloody amazing! I wonder if they hijacked it from another show or something, as it’s pretty extreme just for the scene… It reminds me of some of the brilliant Seinfeld sets like the parking garage and tennis court.

    in reply to: So… a 4th Series of Bottom is on the way… #117705
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    We can assume that at least some of the material they were gonna do in the 4th series was used for the original ‘Hooligan’s Island’ stage show. Though who knows, maybe they’re gonna rehash all that again?? :P

    How are the BBC actually gonna produce this series, seeing as it’s set on the island? Will this mean they’re gonna have to spend some money on a sitcom??? :o and it’s not a Christmas special of something???? O.O oh the horror!

    in reply to: So… a 4th Series of Bottom is on the way… #117696
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    > I just have horrible memories of the second half of Wepons Grade Y-Fronts.

    Yeah…the first half was pretty good, I thought, but then it was like they decided they were just gonna stand and act like dicks for 50 minutes for the second. Yeah, you could stay standing and acting like dicks is their entire act…but, usually they’re dicks with at least some purpose and finesse…:P

    Considering how much Mayall and Edmonson have criticised the BBC for not giving them the 4th series of Bottom it’s surprising to see this actually happen… but can we get a fuck yeah!! Can’t wait to see what madness they come up with!

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    How much do I have to donate to get a spanking from Emma Willis? :P

    in reply to: Tony Scott’s Death has Broken my Heart #117492
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    His family have denied that he had a brain tumour or any serious medical problem. Maybe he felt himself becoming old and thought ‘sod this’? Maybe we’ll never know, but it’s a sad loss.

    in reply to: RDX Episode 2 title? #117102
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    So can anyone confirm if ‘Cumjockeys’ is the real title?

    in reply to: Naked Photos of my Girlfriend #116579
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    Nobody wants to see that mate…

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