Chapter Points

Picking Positions - by Andrew Ellard

11 October, 2002

Ah, the fine art of chapter selection. It's a tricky business, you know. You have to pick the vital, key scenes, the ones people will be visiting over and over again. Not for us some lazy random placement every five minutes. As with everything on the Red Dwarf DVDs, some serious work has gone into selecting those crucial moments.

THE END
1. Technicians
2. Five Year Plan
3. George McIntyre
4. Where's The Cat
5. Everybody's Dead Dave


FUTURE ECHOES
1. Black Coffee
2. Lennon and McCartney
3. Light Speed
4. Double Rimmer
5. Lister's Death


BALANCE OF POWER
1. Irradiated Haggis
2. Flashback
3. Shiny Things
4. Fish
5. The Exam


WAITING FOR GOD
1. Confidential Files
2. Yo-Yo
3. The Pod
4. Fuchal
5. Cloister Returns


CONFIDENCE & PARANOIA
1. Interruptions
2. Night Sweats
3. One Of Those Days
4. Confidence & Paranoia
5. Cha Cha Cha


ME2
1. He's Leaving Home
2. Courting
3. Driving Mr Rimmer
4. A Bit of a Tiff
5. Gazpacho Soup

Added to these, users will also be able to skip to (and from) the opening and closing titles - after all, there's only so many times you can listen to that opening theme during a lifetime...

Watch out... this pie is loaded

It's been an exciting week at Grant Naylor, as the trial DVDs have arrived in the office. BBC Worldwide are now running off thousands of copies ready for the November release, but in the meantime we get to play with the animated menus (created by Deluxe Digital, formerly known as Electric Switch) and bonus features, as well as hunting for the two hidden Easter Eggs. Eggs. It's amazing we're getting any work done! (For the full list of bonus material, check the previous DVD Details story.)

More DVD Details will follow soon...

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