The thing that makes me laugh about that scene is the dis integrator control pad is the exact same light up block eliminating puzzle game that I got for Christmas that year. To own a prop from a TV show is one thing, owning something they obviously thought was a cheap way to show a futuristic control panel was another hilarious matter altogether! I myself have just gone through series 5 (with commentary on so forgive me if some things were more muddled than they should be!) and had a few things that puzzled me: In Quarantine, Rimmer says his frustration has got worse these last ten years since he last had sex. Was the "McGruder incident" really Ten years ago, from his perspective (not counting stasis and assuming the first 5 series take place over a period of about 2/3 years as referenced by Lister's age.) So about 7 years before the accident? Had Rimmer really been on Red Dwarf all that time? Next! Captain Platini mentions their computer, Stochy. Given that this ship was supposed to be much, much more advanced that RD, I wondered why Stochy didn't have a human looking Avatar like Holly. (the answer probably being, he/she/it does but just wasn't shown, obviously) But then this got me into a bit of a mental loop: Nirvana says the entire ship is computer generated, so we assume there is a giant computer somewhere on Earth or another Space Corps world running this Holoship simulation. Yet this computer not only simulates an entire ship, but a computer for the ship. The computer is hologrammatically simulating a computer! Can the hologrammatically simulated computer simulate its own holograms, one wonders? :twisted: Urrr...brain overload. *Head Explodes* *Spare Head 2 gets its time to shine Moving QUICKLY on, more Hologrammatic matters though. Dr Hildegard Landstrom. A big deal is made by the crew that Rimmer has to return to Red Dwarf so they can commandeer his remote projection unit to get Landstrom back to the ship. Since when was this the rule? (Yes, I can hear you hitting reply already-because it made the scene funny, lets ignore that obvious answer for the moment!) Its like the writers had just watched Thanks For the Memory with the hologram projection cage and forgotten everything they'd come up with in regards to the light bee. Couldn't they just turn her off and take her light bee with them? Or even just download her program into Red Dwarf's databanks? As I say I know it was for comedy reasons but the sudden invention of a remote projection unit (and based on them losing Red Dwarf and contact with Holly in series 6 and Rimmer jaunting around different universes in series 7, it must be projecting pretty damn far!)seems to go against everything we've learnt about holograms so far. Another point I've just thought of while typing this post and seeing all the red squiggly lines every time I typed Hologrammatic is about that word. Is Red Dwarf the only sci-fi show to go with hologrammatic when referring to projections of light in contrast to the more common Holographic that you see more on Star Trek and other sci-fi shows? My spellchecker seems to prefer one over the other, but since I grew up on RD I tend to lean more towards hologrammatic more than holographic! Anyway, another long one for you all, digest at your leisure!