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Discussion in 'RED DWARF XI / XII' started by bilbobagenz, Nov 20, 2016.
I think its Grrrrrrreeeeeeeat.
You can only be a "Tony" when there's no "H". I have a "H". Then again, why would I expect someone who thinks Adam and Eve were at the nativity to understand that basic premise?
The esteemed Sir Lord Anthony Blair
The Capo Himself Anthony Soprano
The Cunning Sir Anthony Robinson
The Incomparable Tony Benn
It seems these prime ministers, waste disposal consulatants, knights of the realm and presidents of stop the war coalitions are also confused by your alleged, simple premise.
Or just common people and Iraqi baby killers.
Try some better examples oh ghastly one.
PS Stop using Wikipedia for research.
Hows about ironman?
HERE NO EVIL: The crew are transported to the Anagram Universe, and find a mysterious temple on Hiro Eleven. Inside the holy of holies, there's an inner sanctum called the Even Holier. The door is flanked by statues of two animal gods: Levee (rhino) and Livee (heron). The devotees eschew all forms of evil, and only the pure-hearted can enter. But what's inside, and is it dangerous?
M-CORP: Remaining in the Anagram Universe, the heroes find themselves on a dwarf planet, ruled by an evil capitalist known only as "Cromp". Before long, Rimmer gets arrested by a generic policeman character, Mr Cop. Then he's rescued by a hip hop DJ, known only as MC Pro.
MC Pro is part of the resistance. At his recording studio, freedom fighters are trying to crack the code for Cromp HQ. They keep getting stuck on the last letter. Is it P, C or M?
SILICONIA: Remaining in the Anagram Universe, the heroes visit Alconis II, near the ion stream from a supermassive black hole. There, they find a derelict starship called the SS Siliconia. It has an enormous Ionic Sail, and Kryten believes it can get them back to Earth. However, if they want to unjam it, they must first go to Canis I, to find a legendary lubricant called Canis I Oil.
TIME WAVE: Remaining in the Anagram Universe, the heroes find a primitive VR helmet called the ViewMate™. It only has one game installed, called Time Wave. The heroes explore an 8-bit time tunnel, enjoying pixellated scenes from history. When they try to surf a wave back home, they're ambushed by a giant Wave-Mite, and need to unlock a special "Wave Item" to repel it.
MECHOCRACY: Remaining in the Anagram Universe, the heroes find a planet run by robots.
At first, Kryten is delighted. However, the robots are practitioners of forced euthanisia. There's even a self-driving "Mercy Coach", which rounds up old robots and carts them off to be recycled. And, being over three million years old, Kryten is well past his sell-by date...
STAR KNOT: Before leaving the Anagram Universe, the heroes visit the famous Star Knot, which is the most convoluted race track in the galaxy. Lister drinks too much hooch and enters Starbug in the grand prix. Their most dangerous opponents hail from the rat-infested plague-world, Tonk. Each has a slime-powered Snot-Kart. Can Lister beat the Tonk-Rats to the finish...?
Ant's so bowled over by the elegant wordplay that he's actually slipped into a coma.
Not only that it's made this ancient relic of a "forum" go all mental.
Utterly ridiculous. Something must be done next year!!!
Those Z's have completely destroyed this page of the thread.
If it helps highlight how desperately this site needs an update, it was worth it
HERE NO EVIL. Hopeless eejit Rimmer explores Nova One. Emotional vampires influence Lister.
M-CORP. Mischievous Cat opens Rimmer's present.
SILICONIA. Starbug I lands in cosmic orchard, nicking interstellar apples.
TIME WAVE. Talkie's interruptions make everyone weary. Ackerman visits, eventually.
MECHOCRACY. Missing Earth comforts, humans open crate - retrieving a cat's yoyo.
STAR KNOT. Skutters turn against Rimmer. Kryten's negadrive overheats, too...
Does anybody else get the feeling that these titles (and the subsequent response from Seb and GNP) may have been intentional and a bit of a red herring?
Keep this kind of stuff in the Garbage Pod, Ant E.
"Shut up you goat" said the Virus
Lamest insult in the forum's history.
My new feeling is that this mistake was intentional so that they could get feedback from the community on these titles.
Why would they do that though? It's not seen that way by the fans, just as a massive mistake, and since when have they wanted fan feedback on the titles of episodes before? Surely the cost of replacing the wrong covers means that it would be an expensive bit of "consumer research".
I'm sorry, I should probably clarify something real quick.
Next to nothing that I've said in this thread is serious.
and a space station where the crew have developed a cure for evil.
For the very first time, the rest of the crew discover just how it feels to be Kryten when they're arrested by the Mechanoid Intergalactic Liberation Front. Lister discovers a simple update of the ship's latest software could be a matter of life or death.
The Cat faces an identity crisis like never before when he discovers he needs glasses
When all the machines on Red Dwarf go on strike Rimmer and Kryten hold a Presidential election
The Dwarfers come across a ship where criticism is illegal,
Finally, Rimmer decides to leave Red Dwarf in search of a parallel universe where he isn't such a massive loser.
Not confident about Cat's glasses or the software update, just stuck them somewhere. The rest seem likely.