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Oops, have I literally opened a Can of Worms?
Hopefully, my name was mentioned in the post above.
I have no idea why.
I've just come back to the forum due to the new series, like dur obvs :-)
Sorry, what the actual smeg?
@Ant E WTAF?
Obvs you are some kind of trolling idiot, but what the smeg are you on about in your last 3 posts above?
We've just had Twentica on Dave followed by Back to Reality and Marooned so we've all been pretty spoiled tonight :D
And yes, I did watch...
Also, the message tone on my phone is 'Fellas, smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast'.
Can result in a few funny looks when it goes off...
Can't help using smeg far too often as it's useful for situations where I can't swear :D
A common one I use at work is 'Swirly thing alert!'...
From the same episode:
Given Rimmer's pedantry, the fact that he can't distinguish between a 14b or 14f soup nozzle shows his blind incompetence....
Is right, next question please!
Ah, forgot the Frankenstein scene one :)
Going back to the first scene, how many times did Rimmer write 'I am a fish' in the exam?
He definitely does it in The End during the first corridor scene with Rimmer.
Or was it a chicken? :D
Correct! Over to Bluey.
Where does Lister find an edible Pot Noodle?
Lister at the end of Justice and Rimmer in Cassandra.
The end credits actually give her name as 'Kochanski Camille', so effectively Lister does see her as Kochanski.
Let's get out there and twat it! :D
And of course 'I'm not your father'
Also in Queeg, Holly fades out as he sings 'Say goodbye to love', a pastiche of Hal singing 'Daisy daisy' in 2001.
OK, the answer I was looking for is that they are both of the Sci-Fi genre.
Sometimes the simplest answer is the correct one :wink: