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  • in reply to: The real reasons behind Rob and Doug's breakup #218740
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: The real reasons behind Rob and Doug's breakup #218721
    Seb Patrick
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    Why do people never get this obsessed about Linehan and Mathews deciding to work individually?

    Why do people feel like they’re owed an explanation? Where does that entitlement come from? Doesn’t the creator’s obligation to the fans begin and end with their work?

    Why do people not accept the multiple explanations they’ve been given as being lots of contributory factors to a nuanced whole, instead dismissing them as falsehoods because they sometimes differ?

    Why do you keep creating such antagonistic threads? I mean, I literally knew this was you as soon as I saw the title in the sidebar.

    Seb Patrick
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    Well, “where I’ll succeed” rhymes with “time warp speed” and “velocity” doesn’t. Also, “where I’ll succeed at time warp speed” makes sense as a sentence, whereas “velocity at time warp speed” doesn’t.

    Given how completely and utterly shit and point-missing the added lyrics are, though: “velocity” is probably, therefore, correct.

    in reply to: Has Doug bitten off more than he can chew? #218643
    Seb Patrick
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    Has Jawscvmcdia started far too many annoying threads based around negatively-leading questions?

    in reply to: Mindblowing thing I've just noticed about the Opening Theme… #218596
    Seb Patrick
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    I’ll pack my bags and head into hyperspace
    Where I’ll succeed at time warp speed
    Spend my days in ultra violet rays
    Fun fun fun in the sun sun sun

    We’ll lock on course straight through the universe
    You and me and the galaxy
    Reach the stage where hyperdrive’s engaged
    Fun fun fun in the sun sun sun

    in reply to: Who is/was John Hoare? #218457
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Who is/was John Hoare? #218448
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Who is/was John Hoare? #218399
    Seb Patrick
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    It’s good, this, even though we’re just naming things and replacing words in them with “Hoare”.

    in reply to: Who is/was John Hoare? #218367
    Seb Patrick
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    is/was… Tiswas!

    in reply to: Who is/was John Hoare? #218360
    Seb Patrick
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    I’m so glad that this survived the general culling of Downfall parodies of Youtube.

    in reply to: TRUMP. #218250
    Seb Patrick
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    28 years old, you were.

    in reply to: Continuity Announcements #218249
    Seb Patrick
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    “Now, one of BBC1’s greatest heroes is back, and it’s about time! Action, adventure and some scares ’90s style, as mankind faces total destruction… in Doctor Who.”

    in reply to: Mindblowing thing I've just noticed about the Opening Theme… #218248
    Seb Patrick
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    >And no theme tunes included as far as I can tell, sadly

    There are.

    in reply to: What is the story behind this Red Dwarf clip? #218224
    Seb Patrick
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    I’ve seen that photo before, but only in about 200px wide resolution. Kudos for finding it!

    But I can’t answer why it wasn’t included on the VIII DVD, because I’ve never been involved with the DVDs. My guess would be rights issues or that they straight up don’t have it any more? Andrew did flick me a reply on Twitter about this the other day, but then the Trumpocalypse happened and so going back through my mentions to find it would take too long.

    in reply to: What is the story behind this Red Dwarf clip? #218190
    Seb Patrick
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    I don’t really understand the thread title, since you answer the question in your post? The story of the clip is exactly what you’ve described.

    I don’t know exactly when it was filmed, and indeed I remember asking Ian and John if they knew anything about it when I saw it again myself on Youtube about a year ago. But the simple answer is probably that they came in specially for the day on a cheap set mocked up to look like Series VIII.

    in reply to: Why Norman Lovett left Red Dwarf #217969
    Seb Patrick
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    Also, stop posting exactly the same threads on TOS as you do on G&T. Thanks.

    in reply to: Why Norman Lovett left Red Dwarf #217968
    Seb Patrick
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    This is all such brand new information, especially since nobody who visits G&T bought the Bodysnatcher Collection.

    Seb Patrick
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    I think I should get to write an episode, because I’m great. In fact, I think I should get to write two episodes, in case one of them doesn’t work.

    in reply to: THE FORA PETITION #217829
    Seb Patrick
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    But “forum” is being used as an English word, to mean an online discussion board. We’re not using the Latin word for a physical meeting place. And the plural of the English word is “forums”.

    in reply to: Which cast member has the biggest dick? #217505
    Seb Patrick
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    Is anyone else starting to find these threads really fucking tedious?

    Seb Patrick
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    Am I going mental? I thought this was common knowledge.
    What sounds like over-zealous trombone wah-wah is a vocoder line mimicking ‘Red Dwarf’ four times.
    You can hear it really well in the stereo extractions I posted up not long ago.
    I’m disappointed in all of you.

    Good job you mentioned it before now!

    Seb Patrick
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    Fuck’s sake, Digital Spy. Did they even actually read what people were saying?

    Mental Floss (courtesy of my friend James) got it right, though: http://mentalfloss.com/uk/music/47667/secret-red-dwarf-theme-tune-lyrics-discovered-after-27-years

    Seb Patrick
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    HOLY FUCK

    I clicked on that phase-inverted version, started listening, and thought “There’s nothing there, what are they on about?” Then BOOM: “REEEEED DWAAAAAARF!”

    in reply to: Should any comedy ever be commissioned ever? #217089
    Seb Patrick
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    >Are you saying John hasn’t got a willy? What?

    I was indeed going for “I’ve no willy”, but couldn’t find an image specifically of that bit.

    It maddens me that there aren’t equivalents of Frinkiac for Ted, Partridge and Dwarf.

    in reply to: Should any comedy ever be commissioned ever? #217084
    Seb Patrick
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    Hope you’re feeling okay now, and that your mystery illness has fucked off. (I don’t think it’s been mentioned by name…?)

    in reply to: Starburst – Chris Barrie/Red Dwarf VI Interview (1994) #217046
    Seb Patrick
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    I can’t get onboard with the idea of VI being considered a weak series. It tops everything but II, for me.

    Legion has a gag rate that few shows anywhere can match, and almost all of them hit. Gunmen is terrific, hipsters be damned. Out of Time is one of the greatest episodes of the lot. Rimmerworld has the teleporter joke.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf: The Movie #216720
    Seb Patrick
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    >I think the guy who plays Sheldon in BBT would make a good Rimmer.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf: The Movie #216715
    Seb Patrick
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    >no word on its progress

    This is just patently untrue, though, isn’t it?

    in reply to: Dear Ganymede Jim, Can You Fix It For Me #215988
    Seb Patrick
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    Jeepers, that thread, though, crikey.

    Hindsight, eh?

    in reply to: Dear Ganymede Jim, Can You Fix It For Me #215987
    Seb Patrick
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    If you’re not embarrassed by comments you made on the internet more than a decade ago, you’re not doing it right. I cringe hugely at the entitled whiny tone of a lot of my old LiveJournal, and I see old comments from myself on here that annoy me, too.

    (plus ca change etc. etc.)

    in reply to: Full list of RD recording dates – possible to do? #215958
    Seb Patrick
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    TOS update features ludicrously prominent RX dates.
    Take a bow.

    I know you won’t believe me, but these (and the whole grid-based nav for the Guide in general) were a feature of a layout I proposed last year, that for various reasons didn’t end up happening back then, but which we were able to work into this one instead. I promise you that the timing of this thread was just a coincidence!

    You’ll note that my “watch this space” was no idle boast…

    in reply to: Taiwan Tony's Revenge #215902
    Seb Patrick
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    Honestly, I don’t find that a pleasant thing to be reminded of the existence of.

    in reply to: Taiwan Tony's Revenge #215802
    Seb Patrick
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    >and so the Japanese should never hurt us like this again.

    NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE JAPANESE.

    in reply to: XI/XII Opening/Closing Titles #215702
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Who is Responsible for This Laugh? #215691
    Seb Patrick
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    >the dreaded ‘final ever episode’ big laugh / cheer / hooray cringe that X sadly fell to

    IT WAS A GOOD LINE AND I ENJOYED IT AND SO I CHEERED, OKAY?

    in reply to: Who is Responsible for This Laugh? #215690
    Seb Patrick
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    >Pretty sure the shot was a storyboard of the Trojan being towed by a rope. And then the laughter that generated was re-appropriated to the slow-mo shot of the crew.

    Nah, the slow-mo shot of the crew was definitely in it on the Trojan recording night. However, the tow-rope gag didn’t exist then – instead we got shown a storyboard of the Trojan in the cargo bay, as per the original intent for that shot.

    On the Dear Dave night, we might have been shown a different storyboard with the tow-rope gag now inserted, I’m not entirely sure.

    in reply to: Who is Responsible for This Laugh? #215678
    Seb Patrick
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    Also, I’m amazed nobody named Ian Symes has brought up the closing moments of The Beginning in this discussion yet.

    in reply to: Who is Responsible for This Laugh? #215677
    Seb Patrick
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    >Yes, but that shot wasn’t in it then, either.

    Yes it was, and it was a VT during the actual recording of Trojan, too. I know ‘cos I was there both times.

    in reply to: Full list of RD recording dates – possible to do? #214863
    Seb Patrick
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    It is a bit of a fiddly navigation, and something I’ve wanted to fix for a while. Watch this space.

    in reply to: Full list of RD recording dates – possible to do? #214858
    Seb Patrick
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    Uh. They’re all on TOS. In the “Complete Guide” section.

    in reply to: SERIES XI PREMIER IN EDINBURGH TOMORROW #214775
    Seb Patrick
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    Twentica was selected as the opener over Doug’s preferred episode as the other episode looks like it has a small budget. He gave the episode number; is it spoilery of me to say?

    I’d be interested to know which he means! If it’s the one I think it is, then it’s my favourite of the series, but I wouldn’t necessarily have had it as the opener.

    in reply to: SERIES XI PREMIER IN EDINBURGH TOMORROW #214631
    Seb Patrick
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    >The new intro credit sequence is easily the best since series VI. Hands down.

    This is very, very true.

    in reply to: New Logo. Front. Back. #214533
    Seb Patrick
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    A few years ago, I started to write an exhaustive blog post, breaking down every title sequence from series III onwards, and working out what snippet came from what episode.

    Ahem.

    http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/features/history/give-us-some-credit/

    (To be fair, if you started yours a few years ago, you did it before me; but I finished mine! I’ll see if I’ve still got the clip-by-clip list I did anywhere.)

    in reply to: I'm going to have to be the one to post this aren't I? #214459
    Seb Patrick
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    By virtue of seeing the synopsis of the second volume (yes, there’s a second volume) on Tumblr, I have discovered that the computer in these books is called “Hab”.

    Give the guy credit, he knows his RD lore.

    in reply to: 2017 Calendar Confirmed! #214345
    Seb Patrick
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    As ever, I would be wary of ever using “is listed on Amazon” as a synonym for “confirmed”.

    Lest we forget.

    in reply to: Has your groinal attachment ever tried to suck you? #213274
    Seb Patrick
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    Yeah, after a conversation last night I realised that it was the second episode that he meant. But I do remember there being a bit of “Do you guys even know what Red Dwarf is?” from him on the first night, too.

    in reply to: Has your groinal attachment ever tried to suck you? #213260
    Seb Patrick
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    Think he’s talking about week one, no? I definitely remember him getting annoyed in that first week about how few people seemed to know the show – and there did seem to be a few people around us in the audience who weren’t your hardcore kind of Dwarfer. Although I wasn’t there for week two, so I guess he could have been talking about that.

    in reply to: New banner #212818
    Seb Patrick
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    I just got Peter Ridsdale-Scott, delightfully.

    in reply to: Back to the Future double bill screenings #212604
    Seb Patrick
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    Why would they do two, and not all three? Baffling. When II ends, there is surely nothing you want in the world more than to immediately watch III.

    in reply to: Do a Simpsons Thing #212268
    Seb Patrick
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    I forgot to say that I’d done this, but I done this.

    in reply to: Why so much hate for Remastered? #212042
    Seb Patrick
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    Re Felicity Kendal, while it’s a pretty obscure reference I assumed the point was always that she had famously won Rear of the Year one particular year. That’s why I think the change to Monroe didn’t work: Marilyn wasn’t really famous for her arse, so a planet shaped like it wouldn’t be that notable. Not sure who they could have changed it to instead, but still.

    (That said, changing it to Marilyn does fit in with the show’s general predilection for references to her)

    Similarly, when we did a version of The Young Ones’ “Bambi” as a school play thing once, we changed the Kendal reference (“all of Felicity Kendal’s underwear!”) in that. It was the late ’90s, so I think in a piece of glaring obviousness we went for Geri Halliwell.

    in reply to: Should the Red Dwarf logo be refreshed? #211945
    Seb Patrick
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    *cough*it’smicrogrammanoteurostile*cough*

    in reply to: Lister Out Holly In for King Con… #210676
    Seb Patrick
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    >Image credit to King Con…

    That did make me chuckle.

    in reply to: Is this Chris's voice? #210595
    Seb Patrick
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    Also:

    During the filming for season 2 of MTV reality show Catfish: The TV Show, an episode was made in which the show was contacted by a 23 year old female called Alicia from De Moines, Iowa, who claimed that she had been in a 4 year long relationship with somebody posing online as British actor Chris Barrie, however the two had never met. The episode was never broadcast due to licensing restrictions placed by the BBC for use of Barrie’s image and likeness.

    in reply to: Is this Chris's voice? #210594
    Seb Patrick
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    It sure as heck sounds like it. Wikipedia thinks so too, although usual disclaimer on that front applies.

    It definitely IS him doing Reagan in “Two Tribes”, though.

    in reply to: Where were the North Acton Rehearsal Studios? #210305
    Seb Patrick
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    Oh, there are also several photos of the interior here: http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/gallery/index.cfm?page=series-1-rehearsals

    in reply to: Where were the North Acton Rehearsal Studios? #210304
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    A quick Google turns this up. I think it was basically just a big old office building that they bought up because it had big open floors they could use.

    Also:

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Pub quiz night #210258
    Seb Patrick
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    The Geeks Inc quizzes are good. I’ve got a team that’s won their comics one a couple of times (including one time where we beat Stewart Lee). Never been to Time-Space Quizualiser (the Doctor Who one), but it’s massively popular from what I gather.

    A few of us are going to this one, I think, so if anyone else is, say hello.

    in reply to: Back To Earth five years on. #210038
    Seb Patrick
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    >I was surprised that this wasn’t mentioned on TOS today

    Week early ;-)

    in reply to: Photo! #210031
    Seb Patrick
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    This is getting increasingly confusing and a bit weird.

    in reply to: April 1st… #210028
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Photo! #210027
    Seb Patrick
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    That’s Holly Brockwell, a writer/blogger I know on Twitter.

    Er, why are you posting it here, exactly?

    in reply to: Is Mr. Bean retarded? #209968
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Is Mr. Bean retarded? #209924
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Everyday I'm Shuffling #209839
    Seb Patrick
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    I’m pretty sure Prince is neither a duo nor a group.

    in reply to: Wait a minute… #209777
    Seb Patrick
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    I thought it was terrible right up to that scene where I’m technically in the camera’s line of sight but just hiding behind a bit of the set. That scene was quite good. Then the rest after that was terrible, too.

    in reply to: This is a Dwarfcast….or is it? #209727
    Seb Patrick
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    I never got around to doing the retrospective, but I did a “top ten episodes”: http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/saved-by-the-bell/22103/top-10-saved-by-the-bell-episodes

    in reply to: The Model Unit #209695
    Seb Patrick
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    Written by the excellent Jason Arnopp, who is excellent.

    Seb Patrick
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    Yeah, Modern Life Is Good(Ish) was pretty great. Wasn’t especially keen on the found poems, but otherwise it was the best thing he’s done in absolutely yonks.

    in reply to: RETURN OF THE SMEGHEADS #209671
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    It’s a well-known fact that Robert hates Australians.

    in reply to: Dollarpounds Cryptocoins #209592
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    I don’t think it’s that stupid, but then a friend of mine did just do this: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jan/07/bitcoin-me-how-to-make-your-own-digital-currency

    in reply to: RIP DAVID COLEMAN #209557
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    in reply to: Red Dwarf the (cancelled) video game. #209406
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    I don’t know one way or the other, but it seems to me to be jumping the gun to call this a “cancelled” game. The video description mentions it was “pitched”, but that’s a world away from “commissioned”.

    And certainly, from looking at the quality of it in the video (and the fact that the ship interior resembles no version seen on screen before or since), I’d be very surprised if this is footage from something that was genuinely in the works with conjunction with GNP. It sounds more like something someone did off their own back, chanced their arm pitching, and didn’t get anywhere with.

    in reply to: What I want for Christmas….. #209285
    Seb Patrick
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    Is true. If it doesn’t make a word, the correct term is “initialism”.

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209253
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    Gah! I’ll investigate. Again.

    in reply to: Carcass on being in RD #209243
    Seb Patrick
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    It’s very weird that this has turned up just as their appearance was discussed on the last Dwarfcast!

    So basically, it’s always been assumed that it was “Napalm Death” in the episode, because Craig was a fan/had got friendly with them and wanted them in, but in the end, they got two members of Carcass, one of whom also had happened to be in Napalm at some point, so really, it’s more Carcass than it is Napalm, but it’s still a *little* bit Napalm?

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209241
    Seb Patrick
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    No, it’s actually down! Although without giving too much away, hold on to the thought in the above-post-but-one, it’s a line of thinking that may prove useful to you once it is up and running…

    Seb Patrick
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    That’s a pretty good way to go about it! Like you say, if they did decide to challenge you legally you may have a problem, but making it specifically a not-for-profit (and potentially even charity-raising thing) means it’s hopefully something that even if they did clock it, they wouldn’t choose to pursue.

    (Not having a go by pointing this out, by the way – just genuinely curious! People do get away with “parody” stuff from time to time, but the estate are notoriously prickly, and I think it’s the fact that you’ve used the name in the title that could cause them to take umbrage if they got wind of it. Hopefully not, though!)

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209234
    Seb Patrick
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    I’ll try and get the Androids site sorted, Karnie. Can you give me any URLs you’ve got that aren’t working?

    Seb Patrick
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    Fortunately it got funded anyway without your “help”.

    This looks good, although I’m intrigued to know how you plan to tackle any potential issues with the Nation estate, should they hear about it…

    in reply to: Craig Charles on The Chase RIGHT NOW #209070
    Seb Patrick
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    It was mentioned on TOS a week in advance, cough cough.

    HOWEVER: it’s still on iPlayer! Until Saturday, anyway. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b039016x/Pointless_Celebrities_Series_4_Episode_3/

    in reply to: Craig Charles on The Chase RIGHT NOW #209047
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    He did make up for it with the Emmy line, though.

    in reply to: Bald Dwarf #208989
    Seb Patrick
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    I’m going to submit several sketches to it, probably.

    in reply to: Doctor number 12 incoming Sunday #208960
    Seb Patrick
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    I can forgive Hound getting details wrong. I can’t forgive that fucking Keep Calm parody t-shirt, though.

    in reply to: Doctor number 12 incoming Sunday #208929
    Seb Patrick
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    I do not intend to waste the time of my readers by dwelling in detail upon the arguments for and against Transgenderism in a family show like Doctor Who

    in reply to: Sebby C #208878
    Seb Patrick
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    I hate the movie of V so much. It’s got a good cast and there are some things it does right with the whole look and feel, but by god, it’s the most spectacular exercise in point-missing I’ve ever seen. There’s one particular moment at which I genuinely nearly walked out, and that’s the only time I’ve ever felt that way in a cinema. It ends up coming out with a message that’s almost entirely the opposite of the one given by the book, and is single-handedly responsible for Anonymous pricks wearing V masks that make a hefty profit for Warner Bros every time they buy them.

    Phil: “depressing” isn’t necessarily the word I’d use for Daytripper, although it’s certainly a bit downbeat at times. But there’s something deliberately ironic, given the subject matter, about how uplifting it ultimately ends up feeling. But it will almost certainly make you a little bit weepy at various points unless you have a heart of utter stone.

    in reply to: Worlds End #208877
    Seb Patrick
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    I might be alone in this but I slightly preferred TWE to Shaun.

    But I also think Hot Fuzz is ahead of both of them by a huge margin.

    in reply to: Sebby C #208869
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    The short answer is that if you loved Watchmen – and are thus already down with the whole Alan Moore thing – I can’t imagine what you wouldn’t love about V. Especially if you like getting all political and shit.

    The only proviso with V is that somewhere around the middle of the series there was a long gap (in actual real-life terms) where it stopped being published in weekly form in the UK in Warrior, and was instead picked up as a monthly book published by DC. The gap marks a point where Moore’s views seem to change somewhat (they get a bit more extreme) and it informs the rest of the book. Simply put, I don’t think the second half of the book is as good as the first, although as ever your mileage may vary. It’s not a major thing but if you notice a weird shift in style, that’s some context as to why.

    Anyway, even with that, all things considered it’s a remarkable work. Aside from the above I recommend it almost without reservation.

    In agreeing to recommend V I guess my job here is done, but I’m going to chuck you another suggestion from utterly out of leftfield anyway, just in case. Daytripper, by Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba.

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #208782
    Seb Patrick
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    Now that we’ve hit 200 I’m going to print this out and give it to Doug. So get your last few suggestions in quickly, folks!

    in reply to: Happy birthday, Danny! #208725
    Seb Patrick
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    On a non-birthday related, but wholly-Danny related note, I’ve been flicking through ‘The Lyrics of Neil Hannon’, and came across a Divine Comedy song called Sweden I’d completely forgotten about. I missed a trick there, didn’t I?

    I think I posted it on his FB wall when he announced about getting the job…

    in reply to: This is a Dwarfcast….or is it? #208715
    Seb Patrick
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    I’m not surprised that Heath likes VII at all, it seems right up his street. Although I wonder what they’ll make of the shift in tone in the second half of the series.

    I can’t see them liking the move away from SF-orientated comedy drama for VIII at all, though.

    in reply to: Google search terms #208671
    Seb Patrick
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    I’ll be “car winners at old warden sunday 20th may”

    Seb Patrick
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    “I am the Angel of Death. The time of purification is at hand.”

    in reply to: This is a Dwarfcast….or is it? #208571
    Seb Patrick
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    Ahem, well, if you checked your trusty official site of a Friday…

    http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/news/2013/06/28/oxford-english-dwarf/

    in reply to: Idiot fan moments before the Internet? #208396
    Seb Patrick
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    in reply to: Sebby P #208384
    Seb Patrick
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    It’s funny how two brand new users have immediately zeroed right in on this thread.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208253
    Seb Patrick
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    For those who can’t view it, G&T wasn’t mentioned by name or anything, but the conversation was something like:

    IL: “Ian, do you monitor all the abuse that I get sent? Is that your job?”
    IS: “It’s usually me that sends it!”
    IL: “Ian and I have an online relationship, that involved us having a very bitter war online. But we’re friends now, aren’t we?”

    And then the dry humping commenced.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208252
    Seb Patrick
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    I think in order to differentiate between the two of you, AJ should have pronounced Iain’s name as “Ee-ayn”.

    in reply to: And now a game everybody at G&T can enjoy… #208189
    Seb Patrick
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    Most swear words are actually valid in tournament Scrabble, anyway. The only ones that don’t tend to be are ones that are compounds of multiple words – so the likes of CUNT, SHIT, FUCK, TWAT, PISS, BOLLOCKS etc. are all valid, but PISSFLAPS isn’t. DICKHEAD is, though.

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208179
    Seb Patrick
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    I dunno, I do love a peanut butter Twix. Mainly for the chocolate-cookie base that replaces the usual biscuit.

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