Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'RED DWARF UNIVERSE' started by OurJud, Mar 21, 2015.
I'll be submitting a question soon enough.
In a deleted scene, it's mentioned that Lister has a tattoo declaring his love for who or what?
I want to say Peterson but not sure if that's right?!
"I love vindaloo"
Callisto got it.
Which character homophonically shares a name with the eponymous heroine of a 19th century novel?
The temptation just to write 'Yes?' was almost overwhelming but thought that would be a bit facetious! It's not an obscure 19th century novel, probably one of the most famous ones.
I'd predicted such a response anyway
Trouble is I never really paid attention in English... or in any other class for that matter.
Is it a book Kochanski may have read?
Yes, bet Kochanski would have loved it!! It's not by Jane Austen though, a different female author. Extra clue: Orson Welles starred in a film version of the novel.
Well, I've just looked up all the Jane Eyre characters, and none of them sound like a RD character.
Are you sure this wasn't a character who was going to be in RD, but then they deleted her and she never actually appeared on the show, even in the extras or xtended editions?
Hold on, you said eponymous, so Jane Eyre IS the person we're looking for. I still can't think of anyone in RD with a name that sounds like Jane Eyre.
Jane Eyre is correct - she appears in series II but her name is spelt differently.
Edit: I mean Jane Eyre is the correct reference but I need the proper RD character's name.
I still don't know. I can't ask the next question anyway, as I'm not going to be in Anglesey for the weekend.
Neither am I!
Well there certainly is a character whose name sounds like Jane Eyre in series II, though her full name is never spoken aloud.
That's the downfall for someone who edits his posts as much as I do - I often miss the glaring errors because I'm so obsessed with getting the wording and punctuation correct.
You don't mean Miss Jane from Kryten, do you?
If I'm correct, then it's open floor.
Ha ha! That's one of my favourite little scenes, it's made me paranoid, about using, too many commas though.
Yes you are correct - her full name is Jane Air (as shown when her details come up on the screen).
Anyone else got a question?
I have one: Which two episodes of series 7 were originally broadcast without a full opening titles sequence?
Ooooooh, one is definitely Duct Soup. I *think* the other was Stoke Me a Clipper?
Incorrect. (that would probably have been my first guess though if I didn't know the answer).