Sister Jennifer wrote:No way! So funny. Red Dwarf is an absolute joy. I don't know much about the 'behind the scenes' stuff. I've seen a few extra bits on dvd's but I hope they had as much fun making it as it is to watch.
*The Red Dwarf episode D.N.A has a scene where Rimmer, planning to clone himself to come back to life, is examining some of his own dandruff under a microscope while the Cat looks over his shoulder. During a rehearsal, Danny John-Jules accidentally sneezed on the microscope at the end of the scene. The timing was so perfect that the writers put it in the episode.
*From Quarantine, when Lister, Kryten and Cat are using the luck virus to locate what they need to fight Rimmer and Mr. Flibble, Craig Charles collides with and almost trips over the second item. The DVD commentary suggests that wasn't intentional.
*Craig again, from Holoship. Lister eating the cigarette at the end of the confrontation with a hologram wasn't part of the episode script. Apparently he was sick after the scene.
"I don't know why I ate that ****ing cigarette!"
*For Holly's return to the cast in Nanarchy, he had to give a complicated explanation of the episode's events. According to a later interview, Norman Lovett couldn't pronounce a particularly difficult word in the script, which was Holly-ish enough to make it into the episode as 'that word I can't say'.
Ghost wrote:the cigarette bit was either in smeg ups or smeg outs
Catch-up wrote: the result of being exposed to one of those home shopping parties
Catch-up wrote:Feeling kind of out of sorts. Don't know if I might be coming down with something, or if it's the result of being exposed to one of those home shopping parties. Went to a jewelry sale party at my neighbor's last night. Anyone else and I would have declined, but I adore Katie and couldn't say no. Of course I "won" a party of my own. Not gonna happen. The guests were fun, but the rest of it left me feeling slightly dirty.
phalarope wrote:Catch-up wrote: the result of being exposed to one of those home shopping parties
I'm sooooo sorry; I hate those things, too. I refuse to attend them - I can find any excuse, even for my dearest friends, not to go.
They still do those things? My parents had two of those. One was selling random nicknacks, music boxes, figurines, etc, the other was the classic tupperware party. Both times I was bored out of my mind.
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