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Discussion in 'RED DWARF UNIVERSE' started by Andrew, Mar 2, 2009.
If it's any consolation you kicked my ass at Rock, Paper, Scissors
Just watching it again. Is it as terrible as I remember? No. It is worse!!!
I guessed that you'd say something like this as soon as I saw that you'd posted on a BTE thread.
By the way, you don't need to keep reminding us that you hate post - 6 dwarf, we get the message!
Am giving it another go as I did with 7 & 8 in the build up to Red Dwarf X.
As you guessed what I would say you didn't need to read my comment. . .
Aah! The good ole Back To Earth thread. The thread dedicated to that wonderous Back To Earth event that rescued one of my favourite ever TV shows, Red Dwarf. I love BtE
Back to Earth is bloody marvellous. Might have to watch it again now!
I read it as I wanted to read the rest of the thread, and I was kind of hoping that you might have something vaguely positive to say about BTE, even something just slightly good. I'm guessig that was too much to ask for though.
Disappointment is the emotion that I feel the most when I think of Back to Earth. It wasn't all that bad, but it wasn't what I was hoping for. I'm beginning to warm to it a bit more now that we have a new series to look forward to and I now know that Back to Earth isn't the final episode of Red Dwarf. It would have been a very unworthy end for the show.
I thought BTE was very good, it wasn't the best but it was better than a few episodes from 7 & 8, and most other modern comedies now that I think of it. Besides, it made me laugh, which is the most important thing.
If I'm being objective, I'd probably rank Back to Earth higher than anything from 7 and 8 with the exception of Tikka to Ride and Cassandra.
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Wrong Back To Earth...SMEGHEAAAAAAD! And no we dont want any pine furniture. We have selected taste on here.
Here here, ShinyThing. :!:
Pine furniture, my foot....
Plastic stackables all the way :shock:
I also rank Stoke Me A Clipper, Back In the Red Part 1 and Ductsoup above BtE. Although I want to hate Ductsoup...I just can't help laughing at it
It was because a further viewing has made me realise my initial reaction was correct. BtE is horrible, lazily written & badly acted.
BTE is the best thing since series 5
There you go folks. Proof they ain't the same! (Not that I ever thought they was.)
Difference of opinions is great, its called living. Whoever you are, whereever you are, tell it like it is.
For example BTE is smegging pants!