Hi "I Dont Use The Forum So Why Am I Forced To Make A Nickname? ...
Can I call you "Why Am I Forced" for short? :-)
I can't wait for series X ... I will check the links you provide to the the US Pilot just because I want to see how bad it is ... maybe a few beers first? :-)
Series X? I can't wait, I can't wait, I can't wait. September can't come fast enough. Does this mean that Craig Charles (aka Dave Lister) has left his residence on Coronation Street and returned to space mining?
Here's one little gem (I use that term loosely)that I found on a previous search. It's the US television station NBCs attempt to do a version of Red Dwarf. It's a new cast except for Kryten (Llewellyn) who reprises his role in this pilot. Mind you, Kryten didn't appear until later seasons in the original BBC series.
I provide the link to the US pilot with the following disclaimer: Watch only with an empty stomach (you'll thank me for this once you see it)
I'll follow the last video with an interview of the US Lister (Craig Bierko) and his thoughts on the series.
I have been a fan of the show for years. This was one of the reasons I got a Netfix account. I noticed you did not mention the Red Dwarf movie. After finally getting to see it a few months ago, I wouldn't mention it either.
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