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>> No. 23132 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 3:26 am
23132 Red Dwarf
Bit late but what did we reckon?
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>> No. 23133 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 10:21 am
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They're all still alive?
>> No. 23134 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 10:31 am
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>>23133
Yeah. They play the adverts they've done for AA every 5 minutes on the radio.
>> No. 23135 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 10:53 am
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>>23134

Commercial radio is still alive?
>> No. 23136 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 10:56 am
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>>23135
Why wouldn't it be?
>> No. 23137 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 12:32 pm
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>>23136

because video killed the radio star?
>> No. 23138 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 2:36 pm
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>>23137
Don't you have yet another Frankie remix to do, Trevor?
>> No. 23139 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 4:24 pm
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>>23135
Everywhere I've ever worked has had radio on in the background.
>> No. 23140 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 5:18 pm
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>>23139

Supermarket radio doesn't count as commercial lad.
>> No. 23141 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 6:08 pm
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>>23139

I'm sorry to hear that.
>> No. 23142 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 8:57 pm
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>>23140
Supermarkets aren't the only workplaces that put radio on in the background, dolelad.
>> No. 23143 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 9:13 pm
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>>23142
Supermarkets, low-end commercial gyms, "under the railway arches" type mechanics, uber drivers... am I missing anything?
>> No. 23144 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 9:23 pm
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>>23139
Normally we don't because it's an office where people are always on the phone.
But with being down to a skeleton staff due to coronaids we've been allowed to have a radio on.
Fucking kisstory.
Pop music is so incredibly shite and formulaic it's driving me mental. Just a few catchy bits repeated over and over and over and over again.
>> No. 23145 Anonymous
14th April 2020
Tuesday 9:27 pm
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>>23132

I was not exactly disappointed, but I also wasn't as happy with it as I expected to be. While the 90 minute format could definitely work I don't think that the story they went with had enough substance to sustain it. What did we get really? We met the cat people after twelve seasons and we learn bugger all about them, they could have done the same basic episode substituting the three cat people for three [insert random race here] and there wouldn't have been much quantitative difference.

Anyone who's seen the mock up for Identity Within (
) knows what could have been done with this.
>> No. 23146 Anonymous
15th April 2020
Wednesday 7:43 pm
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>>23132
It was alright.

Ideally they need to end it.
Do a proper final episode or two to resolve the overarching story of getting home and finding Kochanski etc, before one of them cops it. I know it's essentially devolved into a no continuity series of sketches now, but it did have a plot in the beginning.
>> No. 23147 Anonymous
15th April 2020
Wednesday 7:55 pm
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>>23146

>finding Kochanski

Only if they get Clare Grogan back.
>> No. 23148 Anonymous
15th April 2020
Wednesday 8:23 pm
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>>23146

All of the essential plot points built over the first two series were largely forgotten after the series three "reboot"*.


* Yes I know it wasn't a reboot per se but the tone of the show changed completely and a lot of previous plot (i.e. turning around and going back to earth) was pushed to the back burner in and replaced with general space shenanigans; even the series two cliff-hanger that would have taken us deeper into the plot established back in "Future Echoes" was resolved off screen.
>> No. 23149 Anonymous
16th April 2020
Thursday 1:42 am
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>>23146

I don't know, the series' overall arc calls into question the necessity of its premise. Lister has already lived a full and meaningful life, and fathered and mothered children, including himself. Earth is probably barren of humanity. Going back to his 23rd century might be a nice retirement option for him, but I think his personal arc is to come to terms with being the last living human in his universe, rather than changing that fate for himself.
>> No. 23150 Anonymous
16th April 2020
Thursday 2:09 pm
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I agree that they need to end it, I actually think the title might be a bit of a troll on Doug Naylors part, it seems like something he would do.

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