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Hercule Platini

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Dec 31, 2003, 12:44:21 PM12/31/03
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One of the presents I received for Christmas was a crossword book centred
around Cult TV. (Hence the title, "The Cult TV Crossword Book", I suppose.)
Inevitably there's a crossword for Red Dwarf. But the clues ....... !

If anyone's got this book, look away now because I'm going to quote a few.

Rimmer's friend (2,3)


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"No one". No one?!?!? Well, I suppose it makes sense, but it's a bit of a
stretch. Here's another.

Lister and the Cat would both like one (3,4)


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You'd think "Sex Life", which would be logical, right? Nope. Not even
close. So not close you couldn't see the Great Wall of China from it. The
answer is: "Own Room".

How the hell did they come up with that one? Doesn't the Cat have his own
room already? (And if he did, being a Cat, he wouldn't use it anyway.)
This next one, frankly, takes some beating.

Rimmer's reply to Lister telling him "I interesting"? (1,5)


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"I Geeky".

I am not making these up.


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Hamish

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Dec 31, 2003, 8:15:15 PM12/31/03
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Hercule Platini wrote:
> One of the presents I received for Christmas was a crossword book
> centred around Cult TV. (Hence the title, "The Cult TV Crossword
> Book", I suppose.) Inevitably there's a crossword for Red Dwarf. But
> the clues ....... !

The most pants clues I've ever seen,

Cheers

Hamish

P.S. Happy New Year


Fraser Steele

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Jan 1, 2004, 2:53:52 AM1/1/04
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"Hercule Platini" <ningy...@nobnob.com> wrote in message news:<bsv1tk$spk$9...@titan.btinternet.com>...

> One of the presents I received for Christmas was a crossword book centred
> around Cult TV. (Hence the title, "The Cult TV Crossword Book", I suppose.)
> Inevitably there's a crossword for Red Dwarf. But the clues ....... !
>
> If anyone's got this book, look away now because I'm going to quote a few.
>
> Rimmer's friend (2,3)
>
Should be (10,6), surely?

Fraser

Rick Carlson

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Jan 1, 2004, 3:18:30 PM1/1/04
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"Fraser Steele" <fraser...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
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... and then a 5 and a 4.


Talkie Toaster

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Jan 1, 2004, 11:49:00 PM1/1/04
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"Rick Carlson" wrote

Well that got you into Irkutsk, but I threw a 6 and a 2 and now Nodnol is
mine.


Kryten 舶俺

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Jan 2, 2004, 9:29:45 AM1/2/04
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But don't worry, in 64 yrs it'll be liberated and you can bog of back to
Oztria. :p


K


Peter Chant

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Jan 2, 2004, 9:07:34 AM1/2/04
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In article <bsv1tk$spk$9...@titan.btinternet.com>,

"Hercule Platini" <ningy...@nobnob.com> writes:
> I am not making these up.

No but someone else did, badly.

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