Season 8

Which is your favourite episode from Season 8 ?

Back in the Red part.1
1
4%
Back in the Red part.2
1
4%
Back in the Red part.3
0
No votes
Cassandra
3
12%
Krytie TV
9
35%
Pete
1
4%
Pete II
1
4%
Only the good...
10
38%
 
Total votes: 26
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Season 8

Postby Legion » Sat Mar 18, 2006 10:54 pm

A link to my unofficial episode guide for season 8 can be found here.

http://www.reddwarfforum.com/episodes/eight.html
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Postby D5120 » Sun Mar 19, 2006 12:26 am

I think it has to be Only the good for me.

Just due to the fact that is was the last episode made, over 5 years ago, and left us with a cliff hanger.

My favourite line from this one has to be
RIMMER
I'm so sorry, sir, it's just, if I've got a record, I'll never become an
officer and command my own ship; and that's what I long for more than
anything, sir, to be like you... Maybe thinner, and in better condition,
and obviously without your clogged arteries, but that aside, sir, you're the
person I admire the most.
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Postby nicademus2k1 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 10:27 pm

Back in the Red, Part 2

"The Dibly Family"

Lmao!!!!!!
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Postby D5120 » Sun Apr 23, 2006 10:40 am

It is a very funny episode, especially the "reservoir dogs" bit.

Made me laugh out loud.
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Postby Dr McFisto » Tue May 16, 2006 8:51 am

My fav has to be only the good, just for the last scene where Rimmer, kicks death in the happy sack, and say's ''smeg off, only the good die young''
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Postby Jake Bullet » Sat Sep 30, 2006 12:28 pm

Krytie TV - This was his episode. I loved seeing Kryten as a sort of Crime Lord, bribing the prison staff, persuading Kotchanski to jump up and down naked in the shower on a "waterproof pogo stick", and then film her :lol:
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Postby Queenie » Wed Nov 29, 2006 1:04 pm

I must say, Series VIII came as a rather huge disappointment to me. I can't actually remember why, but when I'd stopped being bitter (for whatever reason,) I began to enjoy it.

Only The Good... was awesome. I wish they'd put the alternate endings on the special features of the series' DVD, though. I would've liked to see how they looked. (Reading a description simply doesn't cut it for me. xP)
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Postby Dyl » Thu Nov 30, 2006 2:09 am

Yeah, I agree. I enjoy series VIII for what it is--same with series VII. But you can't pin it to be like the rest of the series.
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Postby Martin the Skutter » Sat Dec 23, 2006 5:16 am

I couldn't decide on which episode, so I just picked BITR pt 1. Just because of lines like...
Kryten: He taught me everything. Without him, I'd be normal.
Rimmer: You really think you can buy me with promises of power and glory. You really think... Okay, I'll do it.
Lister: If I take one step outside that door, I'll get enough voltage up me jacksie to light up the whole of Bootle!
Rimmer: Well, considering what's in store for your jacksie, a few thousand volts is easy street miladdo!
Holly: I hope we don't get stopped by the cops. They don't like it when you're rat-arsed!
Kryten: I suggest we move Blue Alert to Red Alert.
Cat: Forget red - let's go all the way up to brown alert!
Kryten: There's no such thing as a brown alert sir.
Cat: You won't be saying that in a minute! And don't ay I didn't Alert you.
Holly: Alright dude. Any one fancy a game of sharards using just your noses? Or is this a bad time?
Lister: Holly! Were about to be crushed to death!!
Holly: So that's a no then is it?
Lister: What's your view Hol?
Holly: Straight up your nose when you lean in like that.
Lister: This is Chen, he works in the Kitchen, He always drunk. And this is Selby, and he always drunk too. Where's Peterson?
Chen: He couldn't make it. He's drunk.
Rimmer: Word out that they are going to throw the book at you. Followed by the bookcase, then the library brick by brick.
Hollister: That is classified information Karen. Who the hell told you that?
Karen: Well the coffee machine on G Deck.
Hollister: Dam coffee machine. I'm going to bust his ass down to tampon dispenser.
Lister: I even downed that smeg awful pink stuff in the back of the drinks cabinet.
Rimmer: That was my windowlean. I must have left it there while I was cleaning the glass.
Lister: It tasted all right with that Chartruess green liqueurey thing in it.
Rimmer: You drank my swarfega too?
Lister: Knowledge is power. Who said that?
Rimmer: I don't know.
Lister: Nor do I
RIMMER: Holly, what's this?
HOLLY:Dave got them years ago from this scientist called Lanstrom. They're positive viruses. One gives you sexual magnetism, and the other gives you luck. Well, 'til your natural body defences combat the virus.
RIMMER stares into the depths of the red liquid, afire with the
possibilities

RIMMER: Sexual magnetism!
HOLLY: You gonna use it?
RIMMER:Is Paris a kind of plaster? You bet I am!
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Postby Dyl » Sat Dec 23, 2006 7:07 am

Holly: Alright dude. Any one fancy a game of sharards using just your noses? Or is this a bad time?
Lister: Holly! Were about to be crushed to death!!
Holly: So that's a no then is it?
Totally brilliant, but...what's sharards? I always sort of thought it was charades.
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