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==Notes & Commentary==
 
==Notes & Commentary==
 
This episode is believed to have run third in the Channel Four series, despite being production number 2 and appearing on Cinemax in that order.
 
This episode is believed to have run third in the Channel Four series, despite being production number 2 and appearing on Cinemax in that order.
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Max's opening quote about "making tomorrow seem like yesterday" reappeared from Blank Reg in the series episode
  
 
==Quotes & Caps==
 
==Quotes & Caps==
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(''Max's speech in these shows uses extreme stuttering and repetition, which I will not attempt to replicate in the transcriptions here. You can assume that any stutter noted goes on many times longer.'')
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* <span class="speaker">Max:</span> "Max-Max Head-Headroom, twenty-four hours a day after day after day, making tomorrow seem like yesterday."

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Episode CH4.2.2
Title The Max Headroom Show
UK Air Date 29 Jul 1985
US Air Date 20 Nov 1985
Length 25 minutes
Guests No guests
Crew Talk Show Crew

The second Max Headroom talk show featured only videos and some Max riffs.

The MaxRchives contain a recording of the Cinemax broadcast of this episode.

Videos & Segments

  • Video: Supertramp, "Cannonball"
  • Waysted: "Love Loaded"
  • Heat N Serve: "Rats on a Budget"
  • Bauhaus: "Ziggy Stardust"
  • Hit List: "Into the Fire"
  • China Crisis: "King in a Catholic Style"
  • Udo Lindenberg: "Germans"

Notes & Commentary

This episode is believed to have run third in the Channel Four series, despite being production number 2 and appearing on Cinemax in that order.

Max's opening quote about "making tomorrow seem like yesterday" reappeared from Blank Reg in the series episode

Quotes & Caps

(Max's speech in these shows uses extreme stuttering and repetition, which I will not attempt to replicate in the transcriptions here. You can assume that any stutter noted goes on many times longer.)

  • Max: "Max-Max Head-Headroom, twenty-four hours a day after day after day, making tomorrow seem like yesterday."