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Red Dwarf - Marooned Mayday
In Marooned Rimmer is calling mayday into the radio every time he says mayday he presses a button but Rimmer is a Hologram he can't touch anything.
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david f on 08-05-2004
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MIdAS writes:
The button is not hologramatic, but it is light sensative, thus allowing bot hologram's and real people to use the buttons in starbug and around the ship.
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alex evans writes:
Me and my friend talked about this slip-up and my friend and I agreed that the radio was hologramatic. There are a lot of slip-ups throughout the series and you just have to assume that the ship was designed for holograms.(why not. Seeing as they have holograms on the ship!)
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david f writes:
i would like to say i do not think it is a hologrammatic radio because i thought all hologrammatic things had a H on them
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Rissa writes:
I spotted this. However, Chris [the actor] is very obviously careful throughout the rest of the episode to stay away from solid objects: we never see another character using this apparatus, so it could be hologrammatic.
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Weave writes:
Throughout the series, you can clearly see Rimmer's hologram appearance change many times, (including a change of hair style) He also is seen with holographic books appearing in his hands that only he can read. It is quite possible that Holly allowed a holographic radio to appear in Rimmers grasp which allowed him to directly interface with the real radio.
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