Well said!! Couldnt agree more. Personally I'm on a purple alert at the moment.The second funniest gag ever on TV, after 'four candles' was
Rimmer: 'Go to amber(?) alert'
Kryten: 'Amber alert it is sir'.
Rimmer: 'My God, go to red alert'....
Kryten: 'Are you sure, Sir? It'll mean changing the bulb' (or something like that)
Yep- I've merged them and renamed the thread so it is more generally Red Dwarfesque.rynner said:Also another RD thread here:
Methinks this should all be Fortean Cultured!
Yeah I kept thinking that and then they kept mashing it up with Blade Runner before it all turned out to be a cheeky sequel to an earlier episode. I won't spoil it for anybody.gncxx said:Not bad at all last night, I even laughed a few times, but has anyone noticed the similarity between the plot of this Red Dwarf reunion and the League of Gentlemen film? The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse, I mean. It's a bit offputting, but not ruinously so.
Maybe, but I think Grant got out at the right time if you ask me.river_styx said:Of course what the show really needs is for Naylor and Grant to patch up their differences and get on with it.
Me too. It was barrel-scraping extraordinaire. The whole Bladerunner motif was tired and pointless, and when they turned up on the set of Coronation Street to meet "the real Craig Charles" I thought I would vomit. Not to mention that the whole squid thing was entirely predictable ('Back to Reality'/'Back to Earth' ?) The only thing I laughed at was a line said ironically by the only non-standard character, the science officer, when she said "It's staring you in your stupid fat, ferrety face!"Dandelo_ said:Being a long running dwarf fan, I was thoroughly disappointed...
Welcome aboard.Zoltar said:As for the "new special", it was a bit "meh" wasn't it?