They explained that one away, the psy moon he was on made him real, he was tied up an that as well remember.
And oiled. Very well oiled.
That very day, Rimmer became the biggest bastard to become a sex symbol!
Aye. I watched it so much as a kid I wore the VHS tapes out. And I wrote the entire script to one of the episodes (can't remember which) on the table during an English exam. I should have handed the table in. (almost a Rimmer joke itself there!)
Didn't really enjoy last night's as good as last week's show. I felt the laughter problem was back again. A couple of minutes in Lister was reading the book and said "....composed twinkle twinkle little star at the age of five", which got a laugh. Why? It wasn't funny.
I think Dave should show two versions of the show, one without the laughter the day after.
Well I do. The show is funny in its own right - it doesnt need random laughter inserted in odd places to try and make it seem funnier.
The laugh track is from a live studio audience. Not sure if it is there when filming, or whether it is recorded during a viewing. But whichever way, it is legitimate laughter, not just canned and added randomly.
It may be legitimate laughter but, it does not mean its the live laughter for that specific joke.
These shows are heavily edited and post produced from the filming stage.