For only three quid a shot over-excited Red Dwarf fans can see 25-second cartoons of their favourite bits, newly animated by Pitch Entertainment, and packaged with three ring tones comprised of quotes from the series. Quite why the original video needs to be replaced with brightly-coloured animation isn't clear, it could be to …
Am I missing something?
Why would anybody pay to watch video on a mobile phone?
I can understand why I might pay for mobile internet access - that gives me unlimited video entertainment and information - I just watched an interesting and amusing documentary on the banking system on my wirelessly connected laptop - but why would I pay to watch a rerun on a screen thats 4% of the area of my laptop?
maybe we're too old.
I had some video clips on my '3' phone only cuz they were free at the time.
Kids waste lots money on this stuff not sure if 'Red Dwarf' is popping.
That's mine, and that's mine, those are mine, and that.....
I'm missing a "<". Can we pleeeeease have an XHTML story now?
"Step up to Red Alert!"
"Sir, are you absolutely sure? It does mean changing the bulb. "
"I give up, it's a banana"
What sort of smeghead will be silly enough to cough up three quid a week?
Mainly those who believe that Arnold J. Rimmer is a vastly misunderstood character, I guess
"For just three pounds a week you get a new picture of Kochanski"
(maybe not such a bad idea after all)
Scutters v's K9
Who would win
But which Kochanski? Gotta be Claire Grogan
Anyway it's a small off-duty Czechoslovakian traffic warden
Playing on Dwarf Fans
Because we all want to see what Rimmer did next, unfortunately it may never appear (they have trouble getting all the cast together for filming, they are all too busy now, shame).
Twist my nipple nuts and send me to Alaska
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