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these ideas were contributed my visitors and members of the public...
so don't blame me if they sound a bit... well, odd.
and Daisy get it together
is this would ruin the series. But hey, we can dream...
takes to wearing yet more bright pink garments with him army
uniform. And an ankle chain.
be amazed how many requests there are for this as well. I just
can't help but feel sorry for Nick Frost...
Daisy walking down the street, tripping and falling over,
and as she hits the ground the entire top half of her body breaks
open, revealing a cat inside her, working a load of levers and
buttons. Then the cat goes "Curses! Foiled again!" and the bottom
half of what was Daisy runs off, to, er, Hawaii, or something.
Visit to a Club/Cinema/Anywhere, and the Spaced Out Mailing
List appear as extras.
prizes for guessing where this idea came from.
Comic Shop Manager (Bill Bailey) chatting up Daisy
Vaughn to pop round as Marsha's new love interest.
he'd probably go off with the dog again...
Shuttleworth should become Marsha's love interest.
could write a song about her, and then disappear into the night
when the song becomes England's entry for the Eurovision Song
David Bowie lookeylikey keeps showing up at the house, visiting
The others laugh about it and keep playing Bowie records, but
Marsha doesn't understand the hint and can't see any resemblance.
Hilarity ensues when Marsha and her new boyfriend both walk
into Tim and Daisy's flat and simultaneously say: "Hellooooow!"
the scene, Tim + Daiz about to finally kiss and then 'OUCH'-
Daiz gets bitten by a bee, or Colin or something. It all add's
to sexual tension!
book art could start invading their world.
the cartoons Tim makes, this could be quite scary.
should have a night at the cinema and go through all the things
that can go wrong when you see a film - Mobile phones going
off at crucial moments, Twist + Brian start snogging, someone
noisily eating crisps etc.
not. The point of Spaced is that it is entertaining.
should take Daiz to a Science Fiction Convention.
Then she could have a fling with a klingon or something.They
could get Dave Prowse (who was Darth Vader) to be in it, lets
be honest, Dave Prowse would attend the opening of an envelope!
And in return Daisy takes Tim to a typewriter factory...
could be quite different from the clubbing ep, they could argue
and bang on about the boring and the bizarre for the entire
episode. Yes. We can really see that working. Not.
Marsha to get a handsome toyboy who almost immediately moves
in with her but he is not all he seems and has great plans to
turn the flats into apartments for his yuppie friends and throw
all the old tennants out. Of course his attempts are thwarted
with hilarious results - naturally.
should definitely hit the dating scene and discover that the
only 'women' he attracts are transvestites leading to much discussion
about his sexuality and his failure with women and his possible
attraction to Tim
should get a job on a top fashion magazine and think that her
dream is about to be realised but soon discovers to her dismay
that most of the women who work on those mags are anorexic cocaine
addicts who set the feminist movement back by about 150 years
(well it's true, innit??) She convinces herself that she can
communicate on this level of shallowness but she is wrong...
should be attacked by a group of twelve year old skateboarders
who accuse him of cutting in on their turf. Mike and Tim should
then have to hatch a plan to get their own back on the skateboarders
with...of course...hilarious results!!!! [NB - This sounds suspiciously
like a certain episode of King of the Hill -Ed]
should be duped into letting an advertising executive use one
of his paintings in a Benneton-style advert, thus leading to
short lived fame, much to Twist's delight but causing Brian
much angst (well more than usual anyway).
Contributed by Cooray
Marsha gets increasingly annoyed with Twist and Brian's canoodling.
Tension in the flat develops when Marsha bans all smoking except
for her own. Tim plots rebellion, but can do nothing- until
a masked Mike comes to visit and drops something in Tim's wash-basket
and says 'Salaam Aleikum'. Tim looks and sees a loaded gun (a
Baretta). The riot actually starts when Colin drinks some of
Marsha's Rioja and vomits over a game of scrabble. The riot
starts in chaos 'What's happening?' asks Amber 'Our worst nightmare'
replies Marsha. In Em City, Colin is setting off a fire extinguisher.
Brian blocks off the gate into Em City with furniture. Twist
starts a bonfire with the bedding. At the CO Station, Tim fires
the gun given to him by Mike in the air. All of the inmates
stop what they're doing. He shouts 'Now let's get organized!'
(The inmates cheer.) The SORT team is called in. Fade to black.
rebels against the tyranny of solid art and invents 'Fluidism'-
a school of art that reflects the malleable and ever changing
nature of existence. He makes his first work, inspired by a
famous prog-rock band: 'Pink Fluid' (sorry). Unfortunately,
he lacks the materials to contain his fluid work, and so, in
despeation he asks Tim for 3 condoms, which, he feels, will
contain the work whilst giving the work the freedom it needs
to fulfil the dicta of 'Fluidism'. Tim is, unsurprisingly, curious
and follows Brian down and he sees the incomplete opus. Tim
asks if he needs help and Brian agrees. Now Brian is slaving
away and Tim is rushing around buying as many condoms as he
possibly can. Mike has, however, been press ganged into getting
the raw material for the fluid. Daisy has returned from a disastrous
trip from Hull is shocked by Tim and Brian's condom appetites.
Marsha too is shocked, but in a less concerned way, and tells
Twist of the bisexual love triangle she is living in. The three
of them burst open Brian's door. The light is off, but they
see a quivering heap of writhing chaos. Turning on the light
they see the full horror of Pink-fluid- it is full of tadpoles.
Three weeks later, the flat is full of newts.
Jam vs. Spaced
second thoughts, above is more 'Jam' than 'Spaced'- how about