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Just a quick note that a mostly-spoiler-free Incompetence review by Tanya Jones is now available for your perusal. Erm, I really should get round to reading it. Why not use this news story to have a big argument about WHO IS BETTER, Rob or Doug? Or have people just grown up recently?

In Rob Grant related news, Fat is still on course for a September 21st 2006 release - but sadly, I can't find anything more about Cruel Aliens. I bet he's just sitting at home on his plump behind. Wanking off to Series VI.


Wow! Only 2 years after it was released!

By Kirk [TypeKey Profile Page] on 20-11-05 @ 00:38

Well, I managed to review The End 15 years after it was first broadcast, and nobody complained...

By John Hoare [TypeKey Profile Page] on 20-11-05 @ 00:51

(But if you're talking about the spoilers stuff, I reckon that (unlike Dwarf eps) lots of people here still won't have read Incompetence, bearing in mind that I haven't got round to reading it yet, so a reassurance that it doesn't give away the ending would be a good idea.)

By John Hoare [TypeKey Profile Page] on 20-11-05 @ 01:16

Yeah, I wasn't blown away by this. The writing is as solid as ever, but the plot was a bit thin. It was a nice idea, it just didn't go anywhere interesting.

By Peter Martin on 20-11-05 @ 10:23

> Wow! Only 2 years after it was released!

We did have a review up a few months *before* it was released...

By Ian Symes on 20-11-05 @ 12:06

I really liked Incompetence. Much, much better than Colony, anyway. It arguably felt a bit too much like a Dirk Gently book at times, but it was still great.

By Seb Patrick [TypeKey Profile Page] on 20-11-05 @ 12:12

>enjoy the waiter with the perma-erection.

You don't need to tell me twice.

By Phil on 20-11-05 @ 15:31

Rob Grant was the best one, obviously, because Dwarf went to shit when he left. And Hitchhikers it better than Dwarf anyway.

By Ian on 20-11-05 @ 18:45

I actually received Incompetence as a present for my 25th Birthday in January 2004. :)

I still haven't read it. :(

By si on 21-11-05 @ 18:11

>enjoy the waiter with the perma-erection

Sorry, I don't understand. Does the *waiter* have the perma-erection, or is this just a general piece of advice?

By si on 21-11-05 @ 18:13

I thought this book was great, if a little odd! Well worth reading, and a quite unique storyline too

By Ghostie on 22-11-05 @ 18:56

I thought it was a great book :)

By Ghostie on 22-11-05 @ 20:04

>Does the *waiter* have the perma-erection, or is this just a general piece of advice?

I have no problem taking it both ways.

By Phil on 22-11-05 @ 22:03

I realize now I should have signed the above "Herr Lipp."

Ah well.

By Phil on 22-11-05 @ 22:04

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