Just finished watching this. Firstly, its an absolutely fantastic, enormously in depth documentary and I literally can't think of anything more that it could have included. Secondly, what an astonishing breakdown of the difficulties this show faced at every stage of production. The revelation that episodes 5 and 6 had to be written in 10 days is staggering and should really be taken into consideration for any future criticism of the show, especially Dear Dave. I really hope that those who have been hard on the series get to see it, for me it as they might better come to terms with just what a struggle it was to make the show as good as it was. This is a million lightyears from the production values of the BBC. Doug even comments that they can't now afford a certain technology that they could in the 1980's on series 1! I was also fascinated by the changes that apparently took place to Trojan, not just the well documented vis-effects and cargo bay stuff but to what pretty much seems to have been a total rewrite once location shootings were lost. Seeing the original models that would have been used in 'the Beginning' against the final products makes me so grateful for Doug's ability to call in favours. While what occurred after shooting had wrapped and almost left us with a literal 'lost series' doesn't bare thinking about!:shock: The documentary even manages to tie up little questions this forum has been obsessing over such as what Red Dwarf Movie Script section Craig was referring to in his now infamous "scene with Captain Hollister" slip (it's the last one anyone would have guessed!). It was also funny to hear that Dominator Zlurth apparently didn't realise he was in a comedy until he informed by Doug while eating a sausage roll! (even after filming the Seppuku scene with real sausages). I do get the feeling that Shepperton Studios will be sacking their catering service after this tell all doc though...Doug even moaned about them in the deleted scenes. Good job Norman wasn't here!