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  • in reply to: Cassandra is not shit #262332
    Sofajockey
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    In fact several times she actually left the room whilst we were watching them.

    Probably cheating on you mate.

    She was only in the kitchen…

    in reply to: Your Unpopular Red Dwarf Opinions #262329
    Sofajockey
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    The end of Back to Earth is the only genuinely moving moment in Red Dwarf history. I proper welled up.

    in reply to: eBay Canada #223025
    Sofajockey
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    I placed a bid of 1p on a DVD of the 8th series of Red Dwarf, a popular UK sci-fi comedy, ten days before the auction ended, and I won. They sent me the DVD and refunded me my 1p.

    in reply to: How well does Series 10 hold up now? #222771
    Sofajockey
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    Jawscvmcdia – you’re like Kilroy* if Kilroy wandered off the set after the first twenty seconds of the show and just left the guests to it.

    * or Trisha

    in reply to: The murderous Red Dwarf crew #222618
    Sofajockey
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    Nice work. This needs a pie chart or some such I feel…

    Sofajockey
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    Interesting. If I was comping a list of the lamest moments from BtE onwards, some of my offerings would be the same as your examples of the best moments. The whole moose sequence left me completely cold.

    If we are suggesting worse moments: “Einstein was wrong. It is possible to break the speed of light.” That one actually made my heart hurt. And it got a laugh. “That’s not a human, that’s lister” is smarter and funnier, but not a titter.

    Yeah I know if we all found the same things funny the world would be a much more boring yada yada… but still…

    Sofajockey
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    1. No we just hosed him down and gave him a hat.
    2. Mad Goth Bastard.
    3. Kevin Eldon.
    4. Butler
    5. It turns out Rimmer worked for Oak Furnitureland when he was younger.

    in reply to: Old People #222535
    Sofajockey
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    You youthed me.

    Interesting to hear all those moments where RD was stumbled upon for the first time – the ‘Stewart Moments’ I believe they’re called: “I was looking for The Singing Detective as my parents were out. I had just got out the shea butter and my mother’s best hand-towel, when my greasy hands mishandled the remote control and I suddenly saw this man on the television with an H on his head pull a funny face on a spaceship….etc etc”

    Sofajockey
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    >My dad and I once watched all four series + 2 specials of Blackadder in a day once

    Great grammar. Was she there with you?

    in reply to: Who has has a Red Dwarf dream? #222487
    Sofajockey
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    If you’ve never had a dream about Red Dwarf then you’ve never had a dream about Red Dwarf come true. Or has someone already said that?

    Sofajockey
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    rixyallobidiumdixydoxyohfuckoffalready…

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221966
    Sofajockey
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    RE: Cassandra. Yes the plot makes as much sense as a drug addict’s dream diary, and Ackerman seems to have wondered in from a matinee performance of Peter Pan at the Doncaster Pavilion, but for me, it’s a better, funnier, episode than Dear Dave.

    in reply to: 'Jump The Shark' – Guardian article #221949
    Sofajockey
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    I enjoyed BtE without knowing anything about Blade Runner. Aside from apparently he’s doing fifteen without possibility for parole. Ba-dum boom tschhh. I thank yew….

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221948
    Sofajockey
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    >Luckily, my teenage son is now a big fan, so balance has finally been restored to the force :)

    My three-year old adores the ‘it’s a banana’ scene. Particularly ‘smeeeeeee-heeeeeeeee’. Actually my wife loves a lot of series IV – and when she was pregnant she let me read her the books and even do all the voices. A poor man’s Chris Barrie, but my Kryten impression is now actually quite decent!

    But series X and XI left her cold. It’s interesting to get the impartial view of a comedy fan, who isn’t a Red Dwarf fan per se. She loved the books. Of course it’s the way you tell ’em.

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221933
    Sofajockey
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    >Are you sure the two things were related?

    Of course: I am a virile and giving lover, a selfless father and husband, rich, tall, and blessed with a full head of hair and a triple polaroid.

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221928
    Sofajockey
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    Every time my wife catches me watching Red Dwarf I sense that I go down in her estimation. Yesterday she caught me laughing at the start of Stoke Me a Clipper and she asked for a divorce.

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221901
    Sofajockey
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    Hello Jonsmad

    Not Star Wars?

    Originally superb, got really shit – focus on technology over plot – disappointed massive fanbase. Came back after a break of many years, trading on old glories – was good, and a relief to fans, but still not as good as the originals. Hmmm…

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221894
    Sofajockey
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    Watch them all. Go on. Every one from Series I to XI. in sequence. I double dare you. You may bring snacks and alcohol…

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221893
    Sofajockey
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    Watch them all. Go on. Every one from Series I to XI. in sequence. I double dare you. You may bring snacks and alcohol…

    in reply to: The Entire Saga #221888
    Sofajockey
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    Additional: To be clear, I think series VII and VIII are practically unwatchable, Cassandra aside.

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