I thought it was obvious we were supposed to assume that they were referencing something like a dance that is done on a trailer, at the end of a flagship show or something similar that has become synonymous with the show or network itself and honestly, for something so utterly inconsequential I'm not sure what else you really need or expect to be told within the context of a 30 minute episode. I'm also not sure why you need to know the exact origins of the Rimmer-wiggledance for it to make sense. Whilst I'm not a fan, I think it's stretching it to say that it's racist. Some of the lyrics may have been a bit misguided perhaps, but I don't think that's really racism. Yeah, I broadly agree. I don't think he actually makes money directly off the song, but I'm sure reminding the public about how great Sir Bob is doesn't do him any harm financially when it comes to TV appearances and sales of books, music or other merchandise. It certainly seems to me to be as much about raising awareness of Bob Geldof than the issues concerned. Like I said though, I'm pretty cynical. Anyway this is going massively OT.