We spent 2012 doing what we do best: watching TV and putting off writing about it. And my stars, the things we've seen. If only there were some way to convey our preferences of one thing over another through hierarchical structuring. Wait a minute ...
To promote the new series of Red Dwarf, the good folk at Dave allowed me some time with Chris Barrie and Robert Llewellyn (Rimmer and Kryten, as if you didn't already know) to ask them all manner of things 'Dwarf'. Upon arrival, I was a little sad to see they weren’t actually wearing prosthetic masks or a plastic 'H', but then I was wearing a t-shirt and a hoodie so I couldn’t really blame them for not making an effort.
In preparation for tonight's premiere of Red Dwarf X on Dave, why not watch two grown men discuss their fondness for a classic British sitcom, and shamefully admit to one another what merchandise they own?
But then I seemed to regain it when I saw this teaser for Red Dwarf X, which I'm now quite looking forward to. How has the hologrammatic Rimmer got old, though? Clue me in, fanboys. Go to Dave's website if this video gets taken down. Or just if you like Dave.
'Bromances'. Not content with being merely a blight on our otherwise pulchritudinous language, the bromance has infiltrated our consciousness to the point that any admiration one chap has for another, no matter how professional or academic, is now boiled down to an Americanised hug and bubbles love affair. Without touching. Here's about eight or nine of the best on TV.