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Thursday, January 25, 2007


There really is no pleasing some people

BUSH: We liberated that country from a tyrant. I think the Iraqi people owe the American people a huge debt of gratitude and I believe most Iraqis express that.

RIMMER: Rejoice! We conquer! Victory on Waxworld! It's VW day!

LISTER: So you took the HQ Wiped them all out.

RIMMER: To a droid.

KRYTEN: It's true, all melted.

LISTER: What about Arnie's army?

CAT: Yeah, how many of them made it back?

RIMMER: There are always casualties in war, gentlemen. Otherwise it wouldn't be war, just be a rather nasty argument with a lot of pushing and shoving.

LISTER: So how many survived?

RIMMER: Well we haven't had time to make a full official estimate, but at a rough guess, and obviously this is subject to alteration pending information updates, roundabout none of them.

LISTER: So you wiped out the entire population of this planet.

RIMMER: You make it sound so negative, Lister. Don't you see, the deranged menace that once threatened this world is vanquished!

LISTER: No it isn't, pal. You're still here.

RIMMER: I brought about peace. Peace, freedom and democracy.

LISTER: Yeah, Rimmer. Right. Absolutely. Now all the corpses that litter that battlefield can just lie there safe under the knowledge that they snuffed it under a flag of peace and can now happily decompose in a land of freedom. Ya smeg head.

RIMMER: There really is no pleasing some people, is there?

From Red Dwarf IV: Meltdown [script via Silicon Hell]


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