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  • tombow
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    “>Surely you mean Episode VIII?”

    no, he’s just seen the leaked reddit pics of Episode 9’s filming, and he can already tell how SHIT it is

    in reply to: Your Red Dwarf juvenilia #236593
    tombow
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    When I was in year 7 (age 12 ish) we had to do a big project on any subject we wanted, and I chose Red Dwarf. I basically just copied out sections of the programme guide and “making of Gunmen of the..” book along with my own cartoons of the characters and ships.

    Thing is my Dad got the idea that this project was some super important deal that was going to set the scene of how my teachers judged me for the rest of my school years, and yelled at me about it for weeks afterward – for choosing RD as a subject, for writing it in a confusing way that assumed the reader already knew what RD was and who the actors were, for doing a half-arsed job (which was true, I hated home work and my Dad stressing about it made me hate it more).

    I remember him yelling something like “you keep mentioning Starbug what is Starbug?” and I said “the small ship” and he yelled “and how the hell is anyone supposed to know that?”

    in reply to: Best And Worst Episode Endings #236591
    tombow
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    The only was I could enjoy “Justice” is if I just imagined really hard that they saw Lister was ok and he was waving for help or something.

    tombow
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    I’m not going to defend that particular sketch, but I really enjoyed their sketch show on the BBC a few years ago. It seemed like a real attempt to bring back that, Smith and Jones, Fry and Laurie, double act with an edge, we used to get in the 80s. I liked them more than Mitchell and Webb

    in reply to: Chris Barrie has updated his website #236275
    tombow
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    I think a good final episode of the series would involve them all getting some company/potential romance/friends. Some cats, some mechanoids, some holograms and Kochanski. Still lost in deep space, but with possible new friends.

    in reply to: Chris Barrie has updated his website #236274
    tombow
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    in that comedy video about cars he did in the 90s (now on youtube), it starts off with him doing a bit in front of the mill on the cover of Black Sabbath’s first album.

    tombow
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    I guess with the nova 5 girls they must have died at the same time. after all if one died the others would have not allowed Kryten to play they were alive.

    tombow
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    I watched DNA recently and it seemed unbelievable that Kryten has served humans for a long time but has such ignorance about them (socket up the bum etc)

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #236224
    tombow
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    I know the Dave Dwarf is very audience focused. But I wasn’t expecting a simple, no set, no writing, ad-libbing thing where Doug and the cast sit before the actors on simple chairs and ask them to yell out plot points and ideas, and get audience members up on stage to play characters they come up with there and then.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #236217
    tombow
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    “It’s extra annoying that the Idea For An Episode episode was just regular length, but the bottle episode where Rimmer gets trapped in a supply room with Bob the Skutter (TOWRGTIASRWBTS) got to be a 3-parter”

    and that the whole 3 parter was just Pinter’s “the caretaker” with slightly modified dialogue.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #236216
    tombow
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    I thought Gary did his best but when the sellotape keeping his dreads on came loose and they were dangling down it was distracting. Lovely singing on the musical dialogue though.

    in reply to: Does anybody have the full image of this? #236068
    tombow
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    maybe they struggled to find a way to make multiple cats funny. Like one sharp suited pop star ish guy reacting with normal people is funny. But make a group of them and what can you do, other than they may be jealous of each other or something. Like when you have a group of pop stars together on a charity single they kind of don’t stand out anymore.

    in reply to: Does anybody have the full image of this? #236057
    tombow
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    in reply to: Does anybody have the full image of this? #236056
    tombow
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    I just remembered, 15 years ago, I stayed at a friends house who had an old Red Dwarf role playing book I’d never seen before, and I stayed up reading it. I had some really interesting mythos in it, like different animal-evolved people such as the rabbits from the ship the Captain mentioned (forgot name) who have become a super-competent engineer/tech race who all look like Tim Spall with big front teeth and overalls. I haven’t thought about that book in years.

    in reply to: Does anybody have the full image of this? #235843
    tombow
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    I love how that TV listing gives Rimmer’s qualifications and keeps Cat a mystery.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235833
    tombow
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    the thing that bothered me was (maybe some here can tell more)..the cameras used some creative shots and blurring to not get too explicit, but what were the studio audience seeing? The front row at least must have been hit by some fluids.

    in reply to: Episode/s with the worst audience? #235819
    tombow
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    there was a sad scene in Mrs Brown’s Boys where she talks about how she needs to be involved in her kids lives, and the audience went “aw” and she broke character and said “I’m a fecking man in a dress”. That annoyed me, because why add an emotional subplot and then mock us for getting involved with it.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235809
    tombow
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    i think now that was the point. “ironically”, Lister doesn’t remember who Kochanski was anymore, he just calls any woman by that name.

    in reply to: Episode/s with the worst audience? #235769
    tombow
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    oh that is a funny sketch, I haven’t seen that for years. How did he get the bottle stopper to pop out of his ear on cue…?

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235765
    tombow
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    Daisy Ridley is doing a good job as Kochanski. The age difference between her and Lister seems a bit strange though, especially the constant references to Lister being “nearly 30” when talking about having kids to re-populate humanity. And I’m not sure every episode needs to devote a 5 minute scene of her fighting simulants with her light sword.

    in reply to: Episode/s with the worst audience? #235764
    tombow
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    the conversation here about Mr Bean yesterday had me looking up some Bean clips, and I’d forgotten how ..idiosyncratic the audience could be, such as the person who keeps doing this loud honking laugh gasping for breath after the laugh has finished, and someone screeching. RD, I guess I always thought the Series 1 audience was easily pleased by some of the more panto-ish broad Lister/Rimmer banter.

    in reply to: Craig Charles does some of his poetry 24/10/1983, BBC2 #235763
    tombow
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    and what the heck happened to his teef? the druids could use them as a place of worship!

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235742
    tombow
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    Ruth Jones as Cat’s long lost cat wife is a great addition to the cast. I’m not sure Cat needs to screech the catchphrase “mm mm ah love them floppy tiddies!” every time she comes in, though.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235732
    tombow
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    It’s sad not to see DJJ there anymore. Remember, he wanted to spend more time at home, so he is replaced by an animatronic cat (DNA devolved in episode one), “Sabrina the teenage witch” style, which he records lines for weeks before. However, the new Cat has some funny speeches, that monologue about his spiny penis was hilarious, and the CG effect was the icing on the cake.

    in reply to: What if ITV had produced Red Dwarf instead of the BBC? #235698
    tombow
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    I remember at one point in the early 90s my Dad started complaining that Mr Bean had gotton too nasty. We’d been huge fans but he felt Bean was becoming more cruel and selfish in his antics.

    in reply to: I though Grant and Naylor were recluses #235690
    tombow
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    The first time I saw a photo of Doug was in the Last Human hardback book cover, when I was surprised to see a friendly looking man in a nice shirt. For some reason (those various magazine comments etc) I thought they were like real life Dibbleys and wore thick glasses and wooly hats all the time and never smiled.

    However, even a a kid I figured out the “beer mat” was a joke, because it implied they had created Doctor Who and Bill n’ Ted.

    in reply to: What if ITV had produced Red Dwarf instead of the BBC? #235683
    tombow
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    I always thought Rising Damp was ITV’s only really classic comedy. That and one of those racism sitcoms (the one that is similar to Alf Garnett but not as good)

    tombow
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    I can see Stewart Lee and Chris Barrie having a lot of differences somehow. Chris just seems similar in personality/interests to a lot of people Stewart has friction with.

    in reply to: Chris Barrie has updated his website #235611
    tombow
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    there’s always the “only fools and horses” risk that they would do a poignant final episode, then everyone decides they want to do more so they have to double back and ignore it.

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235610
    tombow
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    The Kill Crazy spin off series is more like classic Dwarf than the main show now. KC alone on his new ship with his small band of misfits has some real pathos. The novels really get into his head too. They’re not just novelisations of the show, they are proper sci fi re-imaginings.

    in reply to: Possible idea for Kryten's groinal socket #235609
    tombow
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    Jaws Naylor for XIII’s writing duo

    in reply to: Complain about Series XIII #235604
    tombow
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    I know Doug wants to wrap the show up, but I’m not sure a big budget literal 6 part adaption of the Last Human novel will work.

    I think Rob Grant’s alternative final series on the BBC is better. I know crossing over with the Good Life’s final series was a weird idea, with a reborn Tom and Barbera teaching the crew how to be sustainable in RD’s artificial allotment. But it’s relaxing gentle humour and Penelope Keith is very funny as the captain of the posh ship flying back to Earth alongside.

    in reply to: Chuckle Brothers Thread #235603
    tombow
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    I saw some photos of them touring nightclubs for uni students, they seemed to be having a whale of a time, cool old guys.

    in reply to: Favourite Special Effect #235435
    tombow
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    star bug in the rats bottom. It’s the only time I can think of where I thought “what a cool effect” and wasn’t just taking it as part of the story.

    in reply to: If you could change 3 things about Red Dwarf… #235434
    tombow
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    – make them care about continuity more such as following up plot points like Toaster’s prediction of Lister jump-starting the universe and how will he have sons on board RD as an old man

    – make it more cold and remote feeling like the first 3 series

    – not so much silly humor

    in reply to: Chris Barrie has updated his website #235432
    tombow
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    I think the Last Human novel (for all its faults) had the only plausible happy endings for the characters. Lister and Kochanski look forward to having a family Adam and Eve style, Rimmer finds out he was really liked by McGruder, has a son, and manages to be a hero (and becomes Ace without dying in the show), ..Maybe Cat could find other cat people somewhere.

    I mean does Lister need anything more…? He is a slob and he never really seemed to have close friends before, just drinking buddies. As for if Kochanski deserves to be alone in space or find humanity again, I don’t know how social she was, but if she was a nerd that knew the inches of rainfall for whereever, I’m guessing she was alienated from people too.

    in reply to: Which cast member has the biggest dick? #235213
    tombow
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    “Can those of us without a penis ignore this thread?”

    but how do you write your name in the snow?

    tombow
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    Cat always has bowl hair when it is not gelled up. His teeth naturally stick out but he always wears a brace to keep them in. And, he always carries practical clothes because deep down he knows he may need them. When Polymorph bites him, he messes his hair down, takes the brace out and gets changed.

    in reply to: What if Series 9 had been made immediately after 8? #235201
    tombow
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    it just occurred to me that if the film was a reboot, Cat could be made a different way (if they didn’t want the time skip). He could be a nerdy technician who gets crossed with Lister’s cat by the DNA modifier or something.

    in reply to: Mac and Me² #235200
    tombow
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    hold on..doesn’t Arthur watch Casablanca in Hitchhikers Guide? rip off confirmed

    in reply to: Things about Red Dwarf that make you irrationally angry #235199
    tombow
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    i wish when Lister lost his arm at the end of XII they gave him the robot arm

    in reply to: Whelp #235198
    tombow
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    little off topic here but…There are some entire blogs devoted to 80s competitions that offered unrealistic prizes that were never given, like cereal competitions in the US that promised the chance to be in Ghostbusters 2, or to design your own He Man character that would be made into a toy and put in the cartoon. Just google “fearless photog”.

    in reply to: Deliberate Red Dwarf References in Star Trek #235196
    tombow
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    The sci fi novel “All the Birds in the Sky” by sci fi blog IO9 editor Charlie Jane Anders has the (present day San Francisco hip software designers) characters “watch a red dwarf marathon”, although there’s no further dialogue as to why they like RD or what they think of it, it’s just name dropped among a bunch of other cool stuff they like. I’ve read it, it’s a pretty good book.

    in reply to: Which cast member has the biggest dick? #235195
    tombow
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    hey I just thought wouldn’t it be awesome if the BBC did one of those exaggeratedly dramatic dirt-dishing dramas about the real story behind the sitcom like they did with Steptoe, Morcambe and Wise, etc. New young lookalike actors in “when they were smegheads – the RD story”. the trailer would show a tense scene of Barrie saying “I can’t read these lines. what’s my motivation?” and CC screams “just do the scene you middle class git” and attacks him. And Bob L looks sad smoking in a mirror because his make up is heavy.

    tombow
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    holly hypnotized them to forget with subliminals planted in flintstones episodes.

    in reply to: Craig hosts Super Mario promo video #235193
    tombow
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    who went to the cyclical end/beginning of time and jump-started the universe?

    in reply to: What if ITV had produced Red Dwarf instead of the BBC? #234609
    tombow
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    the boys would be stranded in Benidorm and have to beat Jonny Vegas in a pub quiz.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234595
    tombow
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    steptoe and son – Dungo Steptoe, played by inserted dubbed stock footage of Harry H Corbett, comes to Red Dwarf to find his son

    in reply to: The Important Questions… #234585
    tombow
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    I thought from the novel that the dogs milk is just an extreme bottom of the barrel cheap store for if the ship is stranded somewhere. I thought Holly uses up all the other milk sources.

    in reply to: What will happen if one of the cast dies? #234481
    tombow
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    they would do a very serious episode without any laughter, like 8 Simple Rules did when John Ritter died. Hold on, that was BTE

    in reply to: Your Unpopular Red Dwarf Opinions #234460
    tombow
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    Little off topic but, I read William Gibson’s Neuromancer recently and I was surprised at how RD-feeling it was, everything from the writing style being similar to the novels, VR worlds where people are tempted to stay with lost loves, A.I.s with cheeky personalities running ships, even afro-Caribbean guys with dreads being main characters.

    in reply to: Your Unpopular Red Dwarf Opinions #234430
    tombow
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    The voice swapping in Bodyswap is fine and works well for the idea.

    in reply to: Why was my topic removed? #234428
    tombow
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    ” Chloe…admitted to finding it difficult to work in what she described as a very male dominated environment”

    what did she expect, she didn’t even learn what offside was properly.

    in reply to: Lines That Don't Really Make Sense #234369
    tombow
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    I had an idea for Timeslides. Holly didn’t actually bring Rimmer back to keep Lister sane, that was a lie he told to save face. He actually bought Rimmer because he needed help with the nitty gritty of the ship after turning around and Rimmer, despite his low esteem and mistakes, is the only crew member who knows where every plate goes etc. That’s why Rimmer remains in the “Lister got rich” timeline.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234352
    tombow
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    GELFBUSTERS 2 – EMOHAWK – one of the new sassy female Dwarfers gets forced into marriage with a male gelf. He dies and then she leads the Gelfs in a long subplot exactly the same as Game of Throne’s Khalessi.

    in reply to: Would you watch a Red Dwarf "reboot"? #234348
    tombow
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    Well, we know Lister is fated in at least some time-lines to have sons who return to his Red Dwarf, so it’s not a complete departure. I’ve always wanted to see what is going on in RD during that future, and which characters are around.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234341
    tombow
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    I’LL RIP HIS TIPPLES OFF – In a Discworld crossover, Lister sneaks into the house of Death to steal his drinks cabinet.

    in reply to: Would you watch a Red Dwarf "reboot"? #234339
    tombow
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    The Ghostbusters cartoon had a “next gen” show in 1997, where they had a new young cast but kept the old ones around as mentors. That could be a model for a new Dwarf

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234338
    tombow
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    O-RIMMERROUS – Rimmer goes back to Earth in his childhood to face his parents and tell them he doesn’t need their approval anymore, gets a bump on the head crash landing, and they take him in as Dungo the gardener.

    in reply to: Would you watch a Red Dwarf "reboot"? #234315
    tombow
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    what if it was like some “passing the torch” Force Awakens thing where they find one of Lister’s sons who is in our dimension now, and he’s a funny slob with a fussy hologram and some kind of funny animal person, (all age 25 ish), and they hand over to them for a new “next generation” show.

    in reply to: Your Unpopular Red Dwarf Opinions #234267
    tombow
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    I liked BTE mostly, I liked it’s ambition and the jokes were fun, I liked the silly stuff like the Starbug car and the big ideas it had. I really think it needed some kind of audience laughter on its TV broadcast though. To be honest, I feel the same way about any sitcom-style banter being put in a movie context, like the Rising Damp film from the 70s – that kind of banter just doesn’t work without an audience to bounce off.

    And silly stuff like the car and going to Corrie is the kind of stuff that needs camaraderie and other fans with you to enjoy because it’s only really funny because it’s silly fun, it’s not like the most witty conversations from series 1-5 that I would enjoy in any format.

    Speaking of the Rising Damp film – it would have been similar to the RD film in that it was a reboot that started again and re-made the origin story.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234225
    tombow
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    Ganymede and Whiten – intrigued by the Michael Jackson jokes of Kryten, the crew find his ancient secret bleaching clinic overrun by simulants on the moon of Ganymede.

    in reply to: Is Justice a deliberate retcon…or is Kryten lying? #234185
    tombow
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    to me knowing “retard” as an insult didn’t come about until I heard US culture in the late 90s like South Park, Eminem etc. At the time, I just thought it was the kind of old fashioned, over-formal medical term Kryten would use to insult people, like “anal retentive” which I’d never heard of either before seeing it in an RD novel.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234183
    tombow
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    “yes sir I’ve been around” – Rimmer reveals his neurosis come from the ritual of his father the Lecturer making Rimmer and his brothers run around the college field every morning, from the 2 opposite blocks, Ganymede and Titan. His brothers would make it, but Arnie would drop with exhaustion. Rimmer starts training so he can go back in time, make the run, and finally say to his father, “From Ganymede to Titan, yes Sir I’ve been around”.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234147
    tombow
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    yes sir they’ve been around – Lister monologues about the time he went on tour as a roadie for his favourite Rastabilly Skank singer and all the crazy stuff he saw.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234130
    tombow
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    NEW ADVENTURES IN WIFI 2 – E-BOW THE SMEGGER

    The boys get marooned and listen to Peter Buck’s new solo album

    in reply to: Lines That Don't Really Make Sense #234118
    tombow
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    In the Jesus stories of our universe, Judas Iscariot the traitor and Thomas the rumoured twin are 2 different disciples.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234117
    tombow
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    THE END

    Lister finds out that every sci fi show set in space ever made gets cancelled early because Patrick Stewart sues them all.

    Farscape? Dead. Andromeda? Dead. Not Nu-Battlestar Galactica? Babylon 5? Dead. Firefly? Holly, did he spare Firefly? Dead. Dave, every show is dead.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234115
    tombow
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    LAUGHTER ECHOES

    Lister and Rimmer are marooned together with an old dvd tape of Back to Earth, they spend the whole episode arguing about whether the original broadcast should have had audience laughter. Lister points out that the cast keep doing sitcom pauses after every line, which causes Rimmer to smirk and roll his eyes.

    in reply to: When did you first read the novels? #234112
    tombow
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    I read the first 2 when I was 11-12. I loved them, they’re still some of my fave books of all time. By great luck, the Last Human was released new just as I was finishing BTL (I hadn’t planned it that way) so my Mum got it for me in hardback

    I hadn’t seen the first series when I read IWCD, only 2 onward, and I’m glad about that because I’m glad I got to experience the story for the first time with the bigger descriptions, inner thoughts, etc.

    I think I probably prefer Last Human to Backward, for all it’s faults LH seemed more interesting and ambitious where BW seemed more like a novelisation. I hated Kochanski perfectly fitting in and being loved by all the crew though, so glad DN made her more interesting for the show. I liked reading about Lister’s reverse better than life which is his worst nightmare.

    “there’s also random chunks of character facts and exposition shoved into sentences for no real reason. the only one i can remember off the top of my head is Lister in the prison craft “lying in the same fetal position as his long dead sister” because i remember reading that and thinking wait, what? so out of nowhere lister now has a sister i guess?”

    LH opens with a little aside about the birth of the first human who is just an unnamed prehistoric girl. She curls up and sleeps and then the action skips forward to Lister, the Last Human, sleeping similar to her. Just a little opening flair I guess.

    I guess the one thing with me and the novels, I really want to see where the story goes and what situation old Lister is in, from the future echo. I guess the ending of LH is the only real possible happy end for Lister that exists.

    in reply to: Matt Damon #234111
    tombow
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    is it because like, he’s played a guy stranded alone in space a few times

    in reply to: We say good things about the Dave-era #234110
    tombow
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    I’ve only just gotton into the Dave era and I just finished X. I loved Rimmer being revealed as “working class” and winning a new respect from Lister. I’ve ordered XI and I’m hoping there’s some kind of different dynamic now.

    in reply to: Education #234109
    tombow
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    “We’ve already discussed this bit of spam more than the second episode of Quanderhorn”

    thats a scurrilous lie

    in reply to: Lines That Don't Really Make Sense #234108
    tombow
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    Judas the traitor and Thomas the twin are different apostles.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234102
    tombow
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    12 SMEGS FOR LIFE

    Lister’s old drinking buddy Petersen is revealed to be Canadian psychologist Dr Jordan Peterson, who came up with his self help program to stop people turning out like Dave Lister. He visits the ship, and hears Rimmer joking about Ace wearing women’s underwear and Lister’s ex being really a man, which causes him to look at Rimmer in concern.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234100
    tombow
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    O-RAPE-ORUS

    Rimmer goes back in time to sexually assault himself

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234098
    tombow
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    THANKS FOR THE RAPERY

    The boys find out on TV that Yvonne McGruder left the ship on medical leave for stress, wrote a famous book about what Rimmer did to her after she hit her head, and her story was held up by the media as the ultimate example of the toxic sexual culture on Jupiter mining ships. The media also somehow got hold of clips from the future of Rimmer refusing to give Dr Irene E her clothes back and talking Kochanski into bed in Series 8. Using Rimmer as a global symbol of sexual assault, the Jupiter Mining Co was forced to overhaul all it’s practices, and Rimmer’s name has over centuries become the term for sexual assault “he rimmered me”.

    Rimmer can’t see what the fuss is about. “Great armies have plundered women for millennia. Quite frankly, if it was good enough for the vikings, the mongol, and the hun, it’s darn well good enough for me matey”.

    WAITING FOR HOGG

    The boys find out that the admin deck was preserved in stasis/nanobots, and it contains David Brent, Gareth and Tim.

    RACISTWORLD

    the ship passes through a black hole that makes imagination come true while Rimmer watches a WW2 film and a planet of racists comes to fight them. They want to whip Cat and he cries because “stripes are vertical this year”

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234082
    tombow
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    CONSENT AND COMPREHENSION

    bored of pig racing and lady boxing videos, the guys wander down to the library. Rimmer ends up reading a pile of classic feminist books like Germaine Greer and Bell Hooks, and realises he took advantage of Yvonne McGruder. He checks the space corps book on sex crimes on ship, and realises he has to put himself in stasis for 6 years. Being such a stickler for the rules, he does so.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234081
    tombow
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    PERSONA AND POPULARITY

    Sick of the other 2 getting cheers every time they turn into Ace or Duane, Lister and Kryten try to come up with funny alternate personas that will become just as iconic. Lister tries a camp drag queen (“I’m a lady) while Kryten experiments with various ethnic stereotypes.

    in reply to: Idea for an episode. #234076
    tombow
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    INNOCENCE AND CORRUPTION

    Kryten tells the crew they have passed into a place where 2 black holes have produced the most innocent and corrupt beings in the universe. And they are about to board the ship.

    (interrupts Lister who is smoking cigarettes, as Rimmer complains while tapping on a laptop. “Rimmer you’re a hologram it can’t make you cough”. “yes but it’s the principle of the thing isn’t it? How am I supposed to enjoy this game of Command and Conquer with your common fag smoke around me. Did Napoleon have this when he planned Waterloo, did Ceaser have this when he tamed the barbarians?”

    The innocence is Mr Blobby, and the corrupt is Noel Edmonds. “just how corrupt are you bud?” “Well last night I…” Noel beckons all 4 of them to hear his whisper. Lister goes cross eyed, Cat runs away to vomit and Rimmer just nods and smiles.

    later – ” the only thing that can defeat him sir is something even more corrupt and rotten than he is. suggest that curry down the back of your bunk”

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