They transfer the minds of Rimmer, Lister and Cat into droids who begin to lose their human attributes the longer they stay in their new metal bodies. Shortly after, they meet their future selves, from fifteen years later. They decide that there are only two options against the polymorph, one: take it on, or two: run away. Every year Lister sends himself a Father's Day card to celebrate the fact that he is his own father, but when Rimmer points out he's been a lousy father to himself Lister decides to do something about it. She revives in the middle of the night, as a zombie; she has been dead for a long time, and infects Lister with the dreaded Epideme virus. The virus overtakes him, so Lister, Cat and Rimmer enter Kryten's wild-west dream using an in attempt to help Kryten come up with an. Rimmer and Lister then find themselves marooned on an ice planet after Starbug is struck by a.
Costumes were overhauled as well, as costume designer Howard Burden brought in a new stylish look to the crew. Spaceships that tried to escape Earth were hunted down until only one remained. Chasing a faint which may lead to their mothership, the crew travel through an containing lost and crashed spaceships. Sentenced to a period of suspended animation for smuggling his pet cat on board, he is joined by just four fellow survivors: second technician Arnold J Rimmer, a sneering-yet-inept hologram based on his one-time superior; Holly, a ship's computer reduced to near-senility by eons adrift in space; a humanoid descendant of the cat obsessed with fashion and fish; and Kryten, a salvaged android programmed to serve his useless companions. The opening credits sequence was changed. It makes him as much of a Smeghead as you could imagine, so naturally it isn't long before Lister looks for ways to overthrow him.
Meanwhile the group turn from pleased for their friend to concerned about her intentions as they discover she is not what she claims. The future Lister tells present Lister to run to the medibay to take a picture of Jim and Bexley as babies. The crew board one, first meeting angelic versions of themselves, then to the other, meeting their demonic versions. Later he finds himself pregnant with twins, as in the parallel dimension, it is the men who fall pregnant. Rimmer and Lister have been given a retrial, and Kryten endangers their only chance of freedom when he sets up Lister by getting him to mess up governor Ackerman's sleeping quarters. However, Rimmer is overtaken with excitement at the prospect of having a physical body again and refuses to give it back to Lister.
Rimmer is sent into the mirror universe to find the antidote before Red Dwarf is destroyed. A version of this series was produced and broadcast in some countries. The remaining episodes were directed by Grant and Naylor. They saw his performance and were impressed. New director found it hard to work with the science fiction elements of the series and left before the series had completed. Much to their disappointment, the crew who are expecting to find female crew members find the only survivor is Kryten , a service with an over-active guilt chip.
It's back to basics for the crew and they must resort to their own resourcefulness to survive. However, Rimmer and Lister also see their fantasy women when they see Camille. Lister is unaware the Canaries is actually a convict army utilised for reconnaissance on uncharted planets. Writing the series himself, Naylor resurrected the original Red Dwarf crew, along with Holly, played again by Norman Lovett, and Chris Barrie as Rimmer. Archived from on 22 January 2009. The idea was ultimately rejected by the show's writers and producers, and , who felt that the script was not as funny as previous episodes.
Season 10, Episode 4 April 5, 2014 Season 10, Episode 4 April 5, 2014 Lister loses Rimmer in a poker game and is fitted with a conveniently placed explosive device that will detonate in 24 hours unless he can square his debt. Red Dwarf makes an appearance, but with one problem — its size. Rimmer inadvertently saves him from certain doom, earning the promotion he had always dreamed of. In the end, the two Starbug craft engage in a space battle to end all space battles. The Cat is fatally ill, with only one cure: he has to have sex. However, it was not him he saw, it was his son Bexley as revealed by a future echo Lister aged 171.
Soon the two Rimmers find themselves locked in a conflict so fierce, only one of them can stay. A version of this series was produced and broadcast in some countries. A hologram of his dead bunkmate Arnold and a creature that was once the ship's cat join him in his journey toward Earth. The series ended on a cliffhanger that remained unresolved until 2009's. Persevering through it, the crew find what it is hiding — a time machine. Hopelessly lost in space, this crew of mostly sad-act bachelors kill time and share adventure aboard the mining ship Red Dwarf. After crashing Starbug in the docking bay, they discover the nanobots have also resurrected the original crew complement of Red Dwarf who were killed in the radioactive disaster three million years previously, and who now have no memory of the incident or events following it.
The flyer outlined the movie's plot, set in the distant future where Homo Sapienoids—a fearsome flesh-machine hybrid race—had taken over the solar system and were wiping out the human race. Lister tries talking with the virus directly through a communication link Epideme is a sentient, self-aware organism but Epideme refuses to let Lister live. Lister, Rimmer and Kryten have to save Aura and get her to fall in love with the Cat before he dies from being a virgin. Llewellyn was also in a stage show called Mammon: Robot Born of Woman, playing a robot. However, Lister is not alone. Left on Red Dwarf to die, Rimmer, Lister, Cat, Kryten, Kochanski and Holly find their only chance at finding an antidote is to create a mirror universe where everything is opposite.
Lister, Cat and Holly arrive to rescue them, They find themselves trapped in an environment shaped by Rimmer's bizarre, self-loathing mind. Rimmer attempts to discourage Lister from taking the exam, but fails in this task. Later, when Kryten rescues a mechanoid named Camille, the sole survivor from a crashed spaceship, she appears to be his perfect mechanoid partner. When Queeg 500 runs the ship like a military garrison, the crew have a change of heart and want Holly back. Lister signs up the gang for the Canaries, thinking it is the prison choir and enticed by the list of privileges that go with it. However, on this world, time runs backwards.
The ship's computer has revived , his austere and petty bunkmate, in the form of a , who was responsible for the accident that wiped out the crew. Despite their misgivings, Holly challenges Queeg to a game of chess, where the loser gets erased from the system. A presidential election is held between Rimmer and Kryten to look after their rights, with Lister helping Kryten and Cat being blackmailed into helping Rimmer. Holly's back-up computer, Queeg 500 , takes command of Red Dwarf. Red Dwarf - The Official Website. In the mirror universe, Rimmer finds what he has always wanted — he is no longer a lowly technician but the captain of the ship. When given the option of either having the cat dissected or be frozen in stasis, he chooses to save his cat.