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Discussion in 'The Front Room' started by RandomBastard, Dec 28, 2003.
Who else loves these and wish they'd hurry up and release them all.
yup got 1-3 i need more
want to complete the picture on the side of all the boxes too
I have them, look forward to series 4 on dvd in feb...although they've been showing them on BBC2 but at really stupid times
I am a huge Red Dwarf fan. Can pretty much quote any scene from the first 6 seasons. Have everything on video (Except that hideous remastered crap. Evil!), all the books and season 4 is pre-ordered for Feb. Supurb stuff.
Can't wait for the film. All the cast have said the script is ace, although I doubt they'd say it's shit.
Yeah love Red Dwarf too, got series 1-3 on DVD. Favourite episodes everyone?
Back to Reality has to be mine.
Grnk! Red Dwarf got shit the instant Series 4 finished AND YOU ALL KNOW IT!
Only a handful of Series 1 and 2 episodes were any good - I'd say Future Echoes, Thanks For The Memory and Stasis Leak. Series 3 and 4 had a real atmosphere - the superb mix of comedy and building on a great universe which all the novels have.
Mr Flibble rocks!
They started great.
But all good things do come to a end, and sadly Red Dwarf crashed and burned in the end.
Still i want the DvD!
Red Dwarf Rocks
Kryten is class with Lister
That was on last night
I wish they'd hurry up and release S6 - twas my favourite by far. Legion is the best ep aswell tbh.
I like the one with the total immersion video games in Better than life was the game they made cant remmeber what the ep was called tho
Red Dwarf is great!
Got Series 4 already pre-ordered, just need to wait.
"Better Than Life"
I heard a rumor that the BBC archives were going to be released for download....ie, Red Dwarf, Fawlty Towers, Monty Python, Blackadder...
Might be quite good
I doubt that is so seeing as there all available on BBC dvd, if they were released to download I imagine there would be a charge or a subscription or something to pay. (Seeing as the bbc currently make money from these dvds and PJP/Grant Naylor Productions need the funding from the dvds to create more dvds )
Best episode - Backwards
"Lets get ready to un-rumble"
Random, it's very true, the BBC director wants to make the entire archive available to the general public 'Some time in the future'. When that'll be is anyones guess. But anyway...
For some reason I remember thinking the headline was funny
I cannot believe the comedy program thats on telly as we type does not include RED DWARF they are classics and always will be.
Maybe 5 years after the dvds are out they will be available to dl?
I have the first two series on DVD... and would have had the third if people had been able to pick up the not-so-subtle hints I was giving them before Christmas!
Fortunately my Birthday isn't too far off, so I have high hopes of getting seasons 3 and 4...
It's difficult to pick a favourite episode... so many are so good!
Best catchphrase has to go to Ace Rimmer's 'Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!' though...
Red Dwarf is genious... even all the way up to the end it was good.. although the last two series did lack in the 'magic'..
Got 1 and 2 on dvd atm, I'll get the rest when I get around to it.
Red Dwarf IV turned up on my doorstep this morning
git i cant afford it till march :/
I will always think the one where they turned Kryten into a human the best one.
Yeah, the phrase "double polaroid" is an accepted figure of speech !
IV is out, mine is somewhere in the Post Office system.
This deserves a bump - just got series 5 today
The featurette on the US series was interesting, I'm not surprised it failed with the producers doing nothing but having delusions of making tons of money out of it while holding meetings consisting of 14 scriptwriters instructed to solely 'think of one liners' while Grant & Naylor try to talk sense into them that they aren't getting any damn thing right in the first place.
Gave a little insight into how these producers actually work and why (to me) that so much American 'comedy' is in fact garbage reminiscent of the last great dysentry outbreak of the ships carrying minstrels to the new lands (Consequently it wouldn't be a stretch to say that the result of said dysentry actually became comedic screenwriters but I digress...).