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Discussion in 'RED DWARF UNIVERSE' started by DivineVarod, Mar 29, 2017.
Japanese Olympic Workers Learn English From 'Red Dwarf'
Happy to hear, that Red Dwarf is so popular in Japan. I'm curious, if olympic workers in Tokyo 2020 would speak with Lister's typical accent.
"Excuse me, can you tell me where the exit is please?"
"It over there, please - where say exit. You smeg head, thank you please!"
Knew the dwarf was popular in Japan
Visitor: Thanks for your help
Worker: You're welcome (+under his breath) goit!
@OurJud ’s final post. A sad (spoilt) day.
Pity the Japanese. They have to suffer the remastered episodes.
So have we, but judging from the Japanese version of The End on series I DVD, their episodes are even shorter than the standard Remastered.
Have you ever seen the English language version of the first three seasons? If not, you really should try to get hold of them. The originals are much better and there are so many differences between the two versions to make it worth your while.
I have seen the original English version many times. Definitely better. It's a shame that only the remastered version was broadcast here.
Yes, the Japanese fan base was great to inspire the creation of the Blu-ray box set of series 1-8 which IMHO - unlike some other Red Dwarf fans - is worth it and for the most part a marked improvement from the DVDs.