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"Red Dwarf" (1988) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
Year: 1988 | 1989 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1997 | 1999 | 2009 | 2012 | 2016 | 2017


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The End

15 February 1988
Liverpudlian caretaker Dave Lister is sentenced to 18-months in suspended animation for smuggling his pregnant cat Frankenstine on-board. But Dave awakes from Suspended animation, only to find he's been frozen for 3 million years and the crew have been wiped out in a radioactive disaster.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly

Robert Bathurst ... Todhunter
Paul Bradley ... Chen
David Gillespie ... Selby
Mac McDonald ... Captain Hollister
Robert McCulley ... McIntyre

Mark Williams ... Petersen

Clare Grogan ... Kochanski (as C P Grogan)
Johnny Barrs ... Extra (uncredited)
Al Brierley ... Extra (uncredited)
Reid Jones ... Extra (uncredited)
Lynda Lee Lewis ... Extra (uncredited)
Rod Mackinnon ... Extra (uncredited)
Mitzi Mueller ... Extra (uncredited)
Trevor Nelson ... Extra (uncredited)

Nigel Peever ... Crewman (uncredited)
Don Poole ... Extra (uncredited)
John Slater ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Future Echoes

22 February 1988
Holly navigates Red Dwarf during light speed. But when Red Dwarf goes through light speed 24-hours early, the crew witnesses strange events and they find they are witnessing "Future Echoes" images of events that will happen in the future.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly
John Lenahan ... Toaster (voice)
Tony Hawks ... Dispensing Machine (voice)
Remi Brocks ... Baby Jim (uncredited)
Jordan Hall ... Baby Bexley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Balance of Power

29 February 1988
Lister wants to go on a date with the hologram of navigation officer Kristine Kochanski, much to Rimmer's disapproval. Lister decides to do a cooking exam so he can outrank Rimmer. But Rimmer has a cunning plan.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Rupert Bates ... Trout a la Creme / Chef
Paul Bradley ... Chen
David Gillespie ... Selby

Mark Williams ... Petersen

Clare Grogan ... Kochanski (as C P Grogan)
John Berryman ... Extra (uncredited)
Alison Craig ... Extra (uncredited)
Stephen Holt ... Extra (uncredited)
Beverley Isherwood ... Extra (uncredited)
Debbie King ... Extra (uncredited)
Stephen Meredith ... Extra (uncredited)
Glyn Williams ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Waiting for God

7 March 1988
Lister learns he is the mythical god of Cat's people known as "Cloister the stupid" and Red Dwarf stumbles upon a Red Dwarf garbage capsule and Rimmer thinks it's a stasis capsule carrying a dormant alien woman.

Season 1, Episode 5: Confidence & Paranoia

14 March 1988
Lister falls ill after entering a contaminated area of Red Dwarf trying to find Kochanski's hologram disc which Rimmer has hidden. But Red Dwarf has two unwelcome guests on-board, Lister's Confidence and Paranoia.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Lee Cornes ... Paranoia

Craig Ferguson ... Confidence
Rupert Bates ... Food Machine (voice) (uncredited)
Risa Hall ... Woman in Film (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Me²

21 March 1988
Rimmer moves into his new sleeping quarters with his holographic duplicate. Lister watches Rimmer's video containing footage of Rimmer's death, the two Rimmers start getting into a fight and Lister decides one of them has to be switched off.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister

Les Allen ... Crewman (uncredited)
Tony Hawks ... Restaurant Ad (voice) (uncredited)
Peter Ingham ... Crewman (uncredited)

Nigel Peever ... Crewman (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Kryten

6 September 1988
The Red Dwarf crew intercepts a SOS distress call from the American Space cruiser "Nova 5", that has crashed on a moon. They find the only survivor is Kryten, an android butler, whose favorite TV show is 'Androids'.

Season 2, Episode 2: Better Than Life

13 September 1988
A post pod carrying a 3 million year old bag of mail arrives and Rimmer becomes depressed when he learns his father is dead. The crew play an artificial game called "Better than life" which makes the players' wishes come true, but Rimmer's brain begins to rebel.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly
John Abineri ... Rimmer's Dad
Debbie Ash ... Marilyn Monroe
Jeremy Austin ... Rathbone
Nigel Carrivick ... Captain
Tony Hawks ... The Guide
Judy Hawkins ... Yvonne McGruder
Tina Jenkins ... Newsreader
Ron Pember ... Taxman
Gordon Salkilld ... Gordon
Phillip Batty ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Gemma Boardman ... Child (uncredited)
Debra Carron ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Reece Clarke ... Napoleon (uncredited)
Ursula Cooper ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Sharon Craig ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Leigh Eaton ... Child (uncredited)
Paul Eaton ... Child (uncredited)
Tony Elford ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Daniel Flavin ... Child (uncredited)
Melanie Foster ... Child (uncredited)
Laura Fox ... Child (uncredited)
Dennise Hag ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Peter Ingham ... Military type (uncredited)
Debbie King ... Miranda (uncredited)
Rob MacKinnon ... Military type (uncredited)
Jonathan Mills ... Military Type (uncredited)
Henry Morgan ... Military type (uncredited)

Nigel Peever ... Military type (uncredited)
Don Poole ... Restaurant Extra (uncredited)
Anna Robey ... Child (uncredited)
Neville Roby ... Military type (uncredited)
Llewellyn Williams ... Restaurant Extra (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Thanks for the Memory

20 September 1988
The Red Dwarf crew wake up four days after celebrating the anniversary of Rimmer's death, only to find they've got no memories of the previous four days, but when they find the black box on a moon they learn Lister gave Rimmer his memories of former girlfriend Lise Yates as a birthday present.

Season 2, Episode 4: Stasis Leak

27 September 1988
Rimmer, Lister and Cat find a time barrier called "Stasis Leak" on Floor 16 and it takes them back in time on Red Dwarf 3 million years earlier. Rimmer and Lister try to change the past, which puts either Rimmer or Kochanski into suspended animation so one of them doesn't die in the radioactive disaster.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly

Morwenna Banks ... Lift Hostess
Sophie Doherty ... Kochanski's Roommate

Clare Grogan ... Kristine Kochanski (as C P Grogan)
Richard Hainsworth ... The Medical Orderly
Tony Hawks ... Suitcase (voice)
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister

Mark Williams ... Olaf Petersen
Paul Ambrose ... Miner (uncredited)
Glynis Barber ... Woman with Fur (uncredited)
Johnny Barrs ... Miner (uncredited)
Sue Clawson ... Extra (uncredited)
Kevin Clinton ... Extra (uncredited)
Sue Dexter ... Extra (uncredited)
Dona DiStefano ... Kristine Kochanski (uncredited)
Steven Holt ... Rimmer's double (uncredited)
Alan MacDonald ... Miner (uncredited)
Joe Riding ... Man in shower (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Queeg

4 October 1988
Red Dwarf's back-up computer Queeg 500 takes command of Red Dwarf when Holly allows a meteorite to damage the ship and Rimmer to malfunction. The crew encourages Holly to challenge Queeg to a game of chess, where the loser gets erased from the system.

Season 2, Episode 6: Parallel Universe

11 October 1988
Holly creates a new star drive called "Holly Hop Drive" that will warp Red Dwarf from one part of space to another within a matter of seconds. It all goes wrong when Red Dwarf enters a alternate dimension; The crew encounter female versions of themselves and Cat encounters another version of himself, a dog with a southern accent.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Norman Lovett ... Holly

Suzanne Bertish ... Arlene Rimmer
Angela Bruce ... Deb Lister
Matthew Devitt ... The Dog

Hattie Hayridge ... Hilly

Jacqueline Boatswain ... Dancer (uncredited)
Christine Cartwright ... Dancer (uncredited)
Marcia Davies ... Dancer (uncredited)
Stacey Haynes ... Dancer (uncredited)
Angela Hercules-Joseph ... Dancer (uncredited)
Tricia Tomlinson ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Backwards

14 November 1989
As Rimmer is taking Kryten for a driving lesson in Starbug they find themselves being whisked away through a time hole and end up on Earth, where time is running backwards.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Maria Friedman ... Waitress
Tony Hawks ... Compere
Anna Palmer ... Customer in Cafe
Arthur Smith ... Pub Manager
Mike Agnew ... Pub Extra (uncredited)
Maxine Barrie ... Pub Extra (uncredited)
Ken Bullen ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Paul Flanagan ... Truck Driver / Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Rob Grant ... Cigarette-Smoking Man (uncredited)
David Lovgren ... Bar patron (uncredited)
Pauline Melville ... Barmaid (uncredited)
Peter Mitchell ... Pub extra (uncredited)
Anne Nurser ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Paul Sleem ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Simon Wilde ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Marooned

21 November 1989
The Red Dwarf crew abandons ship as Red Dwarf approaches black holes. Rimmer and Lister find themselves marooned on a ice planet, when Starbug is struck by a meteorite, where the only firewood is Rimmer's possessions and the only food they have is dog food and a pot noodle.

Season 3, Episode 3: Polymorph

28 November 1989
The Red Dwarf crew encounter the Polymorph, a genetically engineered space mutant that drains the emotions from humans, that has arrived on-board Red Dwarf.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Frances Barber ... Genny
Simon Gaffney ... Young Rimmer
Kalli Greenwood ... Mrs. Rimmer
Mike Agnew ... Polymorph (voice) (uncredited)
Billy Boden ... Rimmer's Brother (uncredited)
Keith Buckley ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Bodyswap

5 December 1989
Red Dwarf becomes a booby-trap when Lister activates the self-destruct, which turns out to be the vending machine and Lister is implanted with the mind of one of the dead crew members and Rimmer believes it's the perfect way to help Lister get fit.

Season 3, Episode 5: Timeslides

12 December 1989
The developing fluid that Krytern uses to process old photographs mutates and the photographs come alive. The Red Dwarf crew find they can go into the photograph, and Lister finds that the photographs allows them to go back in time and he plans on changing history so that he doesn't end up marooned in deep space.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer / Frank Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten
Robert Addie ... Gilbert
Rupert Bates ... Bodyguard
Richard Hainsworth ... Bodyguard
Emile Charles ... Young Lister
Simon Gaffney ... Young Rimmer
Stephen McIntosh ... Thickie Holden (as Stephen McKintosh)
Louisa Ruthven ... Ski Woman
Koo Stark ... Lady Sabrina Mulholland-Jjones
Mark Steel ... Ski Man

Ruby Wax ... Blaize Falconberger

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Stuart Allen ... Footman (uncredited)
Kevin Clinton ... Butler (uncredited)
Sharon Craig ... Staff (uncredited)
Jeremy Kay ... Butler (uncredited)
Bill Steer ... Dobbin (uncredited)
Jeff Walker ... Gary (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Last Day

19 December 1989
Lister receives a message from Jim Repear, head of Diva-Droid international, the company that created Kryten. Where they learn Kryten is to be dismantled within 24 hours and replaced by Hudzen 10, a super-strong android. Lister, Cat, Rimmer and Holly decided to throw Krytern a leaving-party, and give Kryten one last night to remember.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Camille

14 February 1991
Rimmer and Kryten rescue Camille, a female android from a passenger ship that has crash landed. Kryten falls in love with Camille, only to learn Camille is not who she appears to be, and finds she can shape-shift into Kochanski, a female Rimmer and the Cat.

Season 4, Episode 2: D.N.A.

21 February 1991
The Red Dwarf crew investigates a alien spaceship that is drifting in deep space. Where they discover a D.N.A modifier, a genetic altering machine that alters all organic life. But all havoc breaks loose, when Lister gets turned into a chicken, a hamster, Kryten becomes a human male and they create a curry monster from Lister's curry.

Season 4, Episode 3: Justice

28 February 1991
The Red Dwarf crew transport a defrosting stasis capsule to 'Justice World', a remote penal space station, where they believe the person in the capsule maybe one of the convicts or one of the guards. And Rimmer is convicted of the radioactive disaster that wiped out the entire crew of Red Dwarf.

Season 4, Episode 4: White Hole

7 March 1991
The Red Dwarf crew set out to restore Holly's IQ with the use of Talkie-Toaster, who Lister dismantled because Talkie-Talk winds him up with his obsession of serving toast. But something goes wrong and Red Dwarf looses power and the crew find themselves heading towards a white hole, that is spewing time back into the universe.

Season 4, Episode 5: Dimension Jump

14 March 1991
Arnold "Ace" Rimmer is a daredevil test pilot for the space corps, and he has been assigned to test-pilot a ship that can travel through dimensions, so he can meet many different versions of himself. He enters our dimension to meet our Rimmer, who has gone on a fishing holiday with the crew.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer / Ace Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister / Spanners

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat / Padre

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly / Mellie

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten / Bongo
Kalli Greenwood ... Mrs. Rimmer
Simon Gaffney ... Young Rimmer
Hetty Baynes ... Cockpit Computer (voice)
Robert Frank ... Technician (uncredited)

Derek Lyons ... Technician (uncredited)
Alan Riley ... Technician (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Meltdown

21 March 1991
The Red Dwarf crew travels to "Waxworld" an android theme park, when Kryten discovers a matter transmission device. Lister and Cat are taken prisoner by Adolf Hitler, whilst Rimmer and Kryten leads a resistance group led by Albert Einstein and Elvis Presley against them.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Holoship

20 February 1992
Rimmer is abducted by the holographic crew of a Holographic space vessel, and he finds the vessel is perfect and the holographic crew members have super intelligence and Rimmer decides to join the crew, when he falls in love with crew member Nirvana Crane.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Jane Horrocks ... Cdr. Nirvanah Crane

Matthew Marsh ... Capt. Hercule Platini

Don Warrington ... Cdr. Binks
Lucy Briers ... Harrison
Simon Paisley Day ... Cdr. Randy Navarro - Number Two
Jane Montgomery ... Cdr. Natalina Pushkin - Number One
Jeanette Brown ... Hologram crewmember (uncredited)
Jason Griffiths ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Kate Robbins ... Woman in Film / Lift (voice) (uncredited)
Steve Steen ... Actor's voice (uncredited)
Tim Yeates ... Hologram Sam Murray (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Inquisitor

27 February 1992
The red dwarf crew encounter the inquisitor, a mechanical lifeform who has made himself judge, jury and executioner of all of humanity throughout history. If he decides your life hasn't been worthy enough you are erased and replaced. Bad luck for the dwarfers.

Season 5, Episode 3: Terrorform

5 March 1992
Lister, Kryten, Cat and Holly head for a artificial moon, where Rimmer has been kidnapped, only to find the artificial moon is Rimmer's mind.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Hattie Hayridge ... Holly

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten
Sara Stockbridge ... Handmaiden
Francine Walker ... Handmaiden (as Francine Walker-Lee)
John Buchanan ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)

Tom Delmar ... Stuntman (uncredited)
John Denton ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)
Jim Dowdall ... Stuntman (uncredited)
Gary Forecast ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)
Paul Heasman ... Stuntman (uncredited)

Nick Hobbs ... Stuntman (uncredited)
Steve Jenson ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)
Michael Leader ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)
Tom Lucy ... Stuntman (uncredited)
Marie McCarthy ... Nurse (uncredited)
Bill Weston ... Stuntman (uncredited)
Tim Yeates ... Hooded Horde (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Quarantine

12 March 1992
After investigating a abandoned research complex on a ice planet. Lister, Cat and Kryten returns to Red Dwarf only to find Rimmer has been infected with a electronic virus and he has taken over Red Dwarf and Lister, Cat and Kryten have been sentenced to Quarantine for three months.

Season 5, Episode 5: Demons & Angels

19 March 1992
An experiment with a machine that can make duplicates of an object goes wrong and Red Dwarf explodes. Where the Red Dwarf crew find the machine has made two copies of Red Dwarf, both ships contains their good and evil selves.

Season 5, Episode 6: Back to Reality

26 March 1992
The Red Dwarf investigates an ocean ship, The Esperanto, where they find the ship's crew have all committed suicide, and are attacked by a sea monster called The Despair Squid. Later they wake up to find they are not who they thought they were and have been playing an artificial reality computer game for four years.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Psirens

7 October 1993
200 years after investigating the Esperato, the Red Dwarf crew awakes from suspended animation, as they set out to find Red Dwarf, which has vanished without a trace, on-board Starbug. Where they stumble upon a asteroid field containing lost spaceships. Where they find the asteroid field is inhabited by "Psirens" genetic engineered alien creatures that telepathically lure the ship's crew on the asteroids and suck out their brains.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Jenny Agutter ... Professor Mamet

Samantha Robson ... Pete Tranter's Sister

Anita Dobson ... Captain Tau

Richard Ridings ... Crazed Astro

Clare Grogan ... Kochanski (as C.P. Grogan)
Zoe Hilson ... Temptress
Elizabeth Anson ... Temptress
Phil Manzanera ... Hands of Psiren Lister

Season 6, Episode 2: Legion

14 October 1993
Starbug is taken over by a tractor beam which takes them to a deep space space station, where the crew discover Legion, a life form conceived from a experiment by famous scientists. Only to learn Legion is composed from the minds of each member of the crew and he won't allow to leave and continue the search for Red Dwarf.

Season 6, Episode 3: Gunmen of the Apocalypse

21 October 1993
Starbug stumbles upon a battleship carrying on-board murderous cyborgs called "Simulants". When the "Simulants" infect Starbug with a virus and Starbug heads on a collision course with a volcanic planet. Lister, Cat and Rimmer connect Kryten to a Artifical Reality game set and Lister, Cat and Rimmer enter Kryten's dream of the wild-west, as they set out to help Kryten to fight the virus.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Jennifer Calvert ... Loretta
Denis Lill ... Simulant Captain / Death
Elizabeth Hickling ... Simulant Lieutenant (as Liz Hickling)
Imogen Bain ... Lola
Steve Devereaux ... Jimmy
Robert Inch ... War
Jeremy Peters ... Pestilence
Dinny Powell ... Famine

Stephen Marcus ... Bear Strangler McGee
Jane Hardy ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Gerard Hocks ... Nuke (uncredited)

Dave Thompson ... Cowpoke (uncredited)
John Wilson ... Cowpoke (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Emohawk: Polymorph II

28 October 1993
Starbug is attacked by a Space Corp enforcement probe, for looting from derelict ships. Starbug crash lands on a Gelf moon, where Lister must marry the Gelf leader's daughter in exchange for a oxygen breathing unit. Only to find a Polymorph has gotten on-board Starbug, when Lister refuses to spend his honeymoon with the Gelf Bride.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer / Ace Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat / Duane Dibbley

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Hugh Quarshie ... Computer (voice)

Martin Sims ... Gelf
Ainsley Harriott ... Gelf Chief

Steven Wickham ... Gelf Bride
Paul Courtley ... Gelf (uncredited)
Lionel De Clerk ... Gelf (uncredited)
Bruce Dessau ... Gelf (uncredited)
Chris Dyson ... Gelf (uncredited)
Mark Gordon ... Gelf (uncredited)
John Richardson ... Gelf (uncredited)
Clive Thompson ... Gelf (uncredited)
Tim Usher ... Gelf (uncredited)
Karl Watson ... Gelf (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Rimmerworld

4 November 1993
The Starbug crew returns to the Simulant's battleship to salvage for food-supplies. But Rimmer, who has been diagnosed of a tense nervous disorder, escapes on-board a escape pod which has no steering. And is whisked away through a time-hole, only to find himself on a planet inhabited by clones of his own self.

Season 6, Episode 6: Out of Time

11 November 1993
Starbug enters a fog in space containing devices that create false realities, where the crew find a time machine, where they meet themselves 15 years in the future and engage in a space battle, when they learn their future selves are corrupt time travelers who are experiencing the very best of history.

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Tikka to Ride

17 January 1997
In the aftermath of the battle with their future selves, the crew, resurrected from the dead, due to time paradoxes and Lister is depressed when he learns the curry supplies were destroyed in the battle. But all hell breaks loose yet again, when Lister uses Kryten's spare-head "Spare Head 2" to take them back into time to get some curries from Earth. Only to change the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and create a alternate dimension.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer (also archive footage)

Craig Charles ... Lister (also archive footage)

Danny John-Jules ... Cat (also archive footage)

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten (also archive footage)

Michael Shannon ... John F. Kennedy (as Michael J. Shannon)
Toby Aspin ... Lee Harvey Oswald
Peter Gaitens ... FBI Agent

Robert Ashe ... Cop

Andrew Blackall ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Robert Coleman ... Policeman Driver (uncredited)
Steve Edwards ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
J. Edgar Hoover ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Derek Howard ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Mike Reardon ... Eric White (uncredited)
Howard Whitson ... 1960s Man (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Stoke Me a Clipper

24 January 1997
Daredevil pilot Ace Rimmer, seriously wounded, after rescuing Princess Bonjella from the Nazis, arrives on-board Starbug, to recruit Rimmer to take his place as the next Ace Rimmer. Will Rimmer continue the legacy of Ace Rimmer?

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer / Ace Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Brian Cox ... The King
Ken Morley ... Captain Voorhese

Sarah Alexander ... Queen
John Thompson ... Good Knight
Alison Senior ... Princess Bonjella

Mark Carlisle ... Lieutenant
Mark Lingwood ... Gestapo Officer

Kai Maurer ... Soldier
Stephan Grothgar ... Soldier
Andy Gell ... Soldier
Howard Burden ... The King (uncredited)
Richard Naylor ... Boy in Crowd (uncredited)
Guy Winfield ... German Pilot (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Ouroboros

31 January 1997
Lister, Cat and Krytern stumble upon a doorway that leads to another dimension. Where Lister learns he died in the nuclear disaster on-board Red Dwarf and has been brought back as a hologram and Lister's former girlfriend, Console officer Kristine Kochanski was in stasis and survived and Lister discovers the truth about himself.

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Chloë Annett ... Kochanski
Gary Bleasdale ... Frank
Juliet Griffiths ... Barmaid
Adrienne Posta ... Flight Announcer (voice)
Alexander John-Jules ... Baby Lister
Phil Downes ... Traveller (uncredited)
Catherine Newell ... Traveller (uncredited)
Jake Tassell ... Traveller (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Duct Soup

7 February 1997
Kryten thinks Lister likes Konchanski better than him and is making a fuss about it. When the primary power goes off and they all get stuck in a room they have no choice but to climb into the ventilation ducts and try to escape. While inside the ducts they discover Lister is claustrophobic! After hours of scurrying around they end up back out in the same room.

Season 7, Episode 5: Blue

14 February 1997
Lister, missing Rimmer, tries to recall the good times they had together, and fantasizes about Rimmer's return (which leads to Lister's hottest kiss yet). Meanwhile, Kryten's rivalry with Kochanski reaches new heights as the salad cream keeps winding up in the cupboard and pants are found in her socks drawer. The crew are taken on a ride called "The Rimmer Experience," which recounts many outrageously fictionalized events from Rimmer's life on Red Dwarf.

Season 7, Episode 6: Beyond a Joke

21 February 1997
Searching for a new head for Kryten (which exploded due to an incident involving ketchup and lobster), the crew encounter a rogue simulant on a deserted ship. The simulant kidnaps Kryten and commissions one of his own droids, Able, to fix him up. But Kryten and Able discover they're brothers, the same model, and Able helps Kryten escape. But not before Kryten discovers a disturbing secret about his creation...

Season 7, Episode 7: Epideme

28 February 1997
The crew come across an abandoned ship with one survivor: Caroline Carmen, one of Lister's former crushes. She revives in the middle of the night and infects Lister with the dreaded Epideme virus, which threatens to kill him unless something is done. He tries talking with Epideme directly through a communication link, but nothing doing. He ends up losing an arm to the virus before Kochanski comes up with another solution.

Season 7, Episode 8: Nanarchy

7 March 1997
As Lister tries to cope with the loss of his arm, Kryten searches for his nanobots (microscopic robots) to get them to rebuild the arm. In Lister's laundry basket, he finds out who stole Red Dwarf, and the ship is returned in all its glory. Except for one small thing...

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Back in the Red: Part 1

18 February 1999
The Nano Bots have rebuilt Red Dwarf and Lister, Kochansi, Kryten and Cat find that the Nano Bots have not only rebuilt the ship, the Nano Bots have resurrected the crew and they find themselves in big trouble, as they find themselves standing trial for a series of crimes. Lister tries to persuade Rimmer to allow him to escape and to track down the Nano Bots, the only way for Lister to convince Rimmer is by helping Rimmer find the Luck virus in Starbug's wreckage.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat (also archive footage)

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister
Paul Bradley ... Chen
David Gillespie ... Selby
Karl Glenn Stimpson ... MP Thornton
Kika Mirylees ... Doc Newton
Andy Taylor ... Dr. Lucas McClaren
Tayo Akkinibosun ... Guard (uncredited)
Elliot Bates ... Ground controller (uncredited)
Adrian Bennette ... Petersen (uncredited)
Simon Bernstein ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jason A. Buck ... Guard (uncredited)
Hazel Cohen ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Elwin 'Chopper' David ... Guard (uncredited)
Del ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jan Denham ... Female officer (uncredited)
Wayne Edwards ... Guard (uncredited)
Brent Ford ... Male Officer (uncredited)
Gary Fordham ... Male officer (uncredited)
Joanne Gainsley ... Ground Controller (uncredited)
Josephine Gibson ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Nic Goodey ... Ground controller (uncredited)
Jeremy Goodson ... Ground Controller (uncredited)
Gavin Hale ... Red dwarfer (uncredited)
Karen Halliday ... Female officer (uncredited)
Kathy Hipperson ... Female officer (uncredited)
Louise James ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Phizzo Jobson ... Prisoner (uncredited)
John Lynch ... Nigel (uncredited)
Stellina McCarthy ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Jason McLeod ... Ground Controller (uncredited)

Graham McTavish ... Warden Ackerman (uncredited)

Steve Morphew ... Guard (uncredited)
Graham Munday ... Guard (uncredited)
Pants ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jason Parker ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Daniela Petena ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Patsy Peters ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Chris Platz ... Guard (uncredited)
Celia Radbone ... Female Officer (uncredited)
John Richmand ... Male Officer (uncredited)
Louise Scott ... Ground controller (uncredited)
Nicola Seymore ... Female Officer (uncredited)
Paul Slade ... Guard (uncredited)
Dan Thompson ... Male Officer (uncredited)
Brian Watts ... Ground Controller (uncredited)
Paul Western ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: Back in the Red: Part 2

25 February 1999
After discovering the luck virus and the confidential reports in Starbugs wreckage, Rimmer begins his scheme to get promoted, and he begins to impress Captain Hoillister and the sexual virus he has also found in Starbugs wreckage is making him attractive to every female crew member on-board Red Dwarf. Kryten is reprogrammed and has his factory settings restored. And Lister takes some of the luck virus and he Kochanski and Cat set out to escape and search for the Nano Bots.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister
Kika Mirylees ... Doc Newton

Jemma Churchill ... First Woman Officer
Andy Taylor ... Dr. Lucas McClaren
Sue Kelvin ... Second Woman Officer
Karl Glenn Stimpson ... MP Thornton
Genevieve Swallow ... Last Woman Officer
Geoffrey Beevers ... Doctor
Amanda Grant ... Female dwarfer (uncredited)
Karen Handley ... Female dwarfer (uncredited)
Nikki Inwood ... Female Dwarfer (uncredited)
Emma Perkins ... Female dwarfer (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: Back in the Red: Part 3

4 March 1999
Lister, Kochanski, Kryten, Cat and Holly escapes on board Blue Midget and they begin their search for the Nano Bots. Rimmer discovers Lister, Kochanski, Kryten, Cat and Holly are in a artificial reality program, where they are being observed by Captain Hoillister, as part of their trial.

Season 8, Episode 4: Cassandra

7 March 1999
Sentenced to 2 years for stealing the confidential reports in 'The Tank' on Floor 13. Lister signs up for the 'Canaries', unaware the 'Canaries' is a convict army and he has also signed up Rimmer, Cat, Kryten and Kochanski. Their first assignment is to investigate a abandoned spaceship on a ocean planet, where they discover Cassandra, a computer that can predict the future. But it spells bad news for Rimmer, when Cassandra predicts that he is going to die.

Season 8, Episode 5: Krytie TV

7 March 1999
Kill Crazy reprograms Kryten, and Kryten puts on "Krytie TV" a pirate entertain show for the convicts, where Kryten goes into the women's shower room and exposes the naked bodies of the female convicts including Kochanski, after making the mistake of revealing that he showers with the female convicts, after being placed in the Women's wing of the prison. Rimmer and Lister have been given a retrial, and Kryten endangers their only chance of freedom, when he sets up Lister by messing up Mr. Ackerman's sleeping quarters.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly

Jake Wood ... Kill Crazy

Graham McTavish ... Warden Ackerman

Mark Caven ... Man in Film
Sarah Wateridge ... Woman in Film

Cliff Barry ... Guard (as Clifford Barry)
Ginny Appleton ... Prisoner (uncredited)

William Cheney ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Claire Cooper ... 50s woman (uncredited)
Dave Corpe ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Elwin 'Chopper' David ... Guard (uncredited)
Dave Deacon ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Lawrence Duncan ... Guard (uncredited)
Suzanna Easton ... Canary (uncredited)

Andrew Elias ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Bruce Etteridge ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Richard Freitas ... 50s man (uncredited)
Richard Gold ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Kato Grant ... Canary (uncredited)
Tara Hamilton ... Canary (uncredited)
Jayne Hardy ... Woman in shower (uncredited)
Scott Hobbs ... Canary (uncredited)
Mark Kennedy ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Martin Kray ... Guard (uncredited)
Lane Leslie ... Prisoner (uncredited)
John Lynch ... Nigel (uncredited)

Ted Maynard ... Movie Voice over (uncredited)
Doug Naylor ... Man in Film (uncredited)
Paul Neesham ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Chris Pounds ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Suzie Rapport ... Prisoner (uncredited)
David Shead ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Toni Shiletto ... Woman in shower (uncredited)
Clare Swan ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Louisa Tramontano ... Canary (uncredited)

Kathy Trevelyan ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Louise Vreony ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Susan Wallis ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Bruce Wang ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jorja Welch ... Woman in shower (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 6: Pete: Part 1

7 March 1999
After playing a practical joke on Warden Ackerman, Lister and Rimmer along with Kochanski, Kryten and the Cat are forced to take on the guards led by Warden Ackerman in a game of basketball. When they spike the guards' juice with a drug which gives them erections for 7 hours, Lister's and Rimmer's punishment is to peel all the potatoes for 2 weeks. Kryten, Kochanski and Cat investigate a derelict spacecraft, where they discover "The time Wand" a time device.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister

Graham McTavish ... Warden Ackerman
Andrew Alston ... Mex

Holly Earl ... Young Kochanski
Perri Michael ... Young Cat

Ricky Grover ... Baxter
Ian Masters ... Birdman

Shend ... Warden Knot
Tony Adams ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Mark Ashby ... Guard (uncredited)
Lisa Barbuscia ... Red Dwarf Crew (uncredited)
Simon Bernstein ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jason A. Buck ... Guard (uncredited)
Elwin 'Chopper' David ... Guard (uncredited)
Craig Dawson ... Third Technician Wallis (uncredited)
Helena Goldwater ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Mark Gutteridge ... Guard (uncredited)
Mark Healy ... Red Dwarf Crew (uncredited)
Andrew Herman ... Guard (uncredited)
Lisa Hughes ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Phizzo Jobson ... Canary (uncredited)
Mark Jones ... Canary (uncredited)
Alan Kelly ... Canary (uncredited)
Stuart Luis ... Canary (uncredited)
John Lynch ... Nigel (uncredited)
Ian McIntyre ... Zort (uncredited)
Neil Morphew ... Red Dwarf Crew (uncredited)

Steve Morphew ... Guard (uncredited)
Graham Munday ... Guard (uncredited)
Catherine Newell ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Mark Norris ... Frozen Red Dwarfer (uncredited)
Ian O'Donnell ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Walter Pagano ... Canary (uncredited)
Chris Platz ... Guard (uncredited)
Bernadine Pritchett ... Canary (uncredited)
Andy Sinclair ... Canary (uncredited)
Wil Upton ... Coach (uncredited)
Mark White ... Canary (uncredited)
Oliver Wilson ... Basketball Player (uncredited)

Jake Wood ... Kill Crazy (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 7: Pete: Part 2

7 March 1999
Kryten has accidentally turned Birdman's pet bird "Pete" into a T-Rex which has gone on a rampage on-board Red Dwarf. With the crew frozen in time, Rimmer, Lister, Kryten, Kochanski, The Cat and Holly attempt to stop Pete, and get back the Time Wand which Pete has eaten, and restore Pete back to normal before the freeze wears off.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister
Ian Masters ... Birdman

Jake Wood ... Kill Crazy

Ricky Grover ... Baxter
Paul Angliss ... Guard (uncredited)
Vincent Bishop ... Ackerman Guard (uncredited)
Cheryl Cox ... Masseuse (uncredited)
Craig Dawson ... Third Technician Wallis (uncredited)
Suzanne Gower ... Masseuse (uncredited)
Peter Harris ... Chimp (uncredited)
Andrew Herman ... Guard (uncredited)
Brec Marson ... Guard (uncredited)
Patrick O'Malley ... Chimp (uncredited)
George Siaperas ... Ackerman Guard (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 8: Only the Good...

7 March 1999
A escape pod containing a "Microbe" a genetically-engineered virus that eats metal and programmed not to harm glass has arrived on-board "Red Dwarf" and begins to eat away Red Dwarf. Left on-board "Red Dwarf" to die, Rimmer, Lister, Cat, Kryten, Kochanski and Holly find their own chance at finding a antidote is in a mirror universe where everything is opposite, and Rimmer is sent into the Mirror universe to find the antidote before Red Dwarf is destroyed along with Lister, Kryten, Cat and Holly.

Chris Barrie ... Arnold Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Dave Lister

Danny John-Jules ... The Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Chloë Annett ... Kristine Kochanski

Norman Lovett ... Holly
Mac McDonald ... Captain Frank Hollister

Graham McTavish ... Warden Ackerman

Heidi Monsen ... Talia

Tony Slattery ... Dispensing Machine (voice)

Ricky Grover ... Baxter
David Verrey ... Big Meat
Carl Austin ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Ed Bye ... Death (uncredited)
Jason Caldenaz ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Andrew Collins ... Brown (uncredited)
Elwin 'Chopper' David ... Guard (uncredited)
Bruce Etteridge ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Gary Gee ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Richard Gold ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Steve Henry ... Guard (uncredited)
Michala Jermy ... Swamp Lady (uncredited)
Jan Lutherbarrow ... Officer (uncredited)
Fiona Murphey ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Zia Norville ... Swamp monster (uncredited)
Clinton Pinnock ... Big Meat's mate (uncredited)
Chris Pounds ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Daren Read ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Steve Robling ... Guard (uncredited)
Doug Rump ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Paul Slade ... Officer (uncredited)
Graham Tonge ... Officer (uncredited)
Lee Tuson ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Back to Earth (Part One)

10 April 2009
Lister's busy day of annoying Rimmer is interrupted by the discovery of something in the ship's mile-deep water tank.

Season 9, Episode 2: Back to Earth (Part Two)

11 April 2009
Rimmer's replacement, Katerina, is determined to guide Lister back to his home planet. But Earth in 2009 is not everything the boys had expected, and Rimmer has no intention of being replaced.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Sophie Winkleman ... Katerina
Tom Andrews ... Salesman
Karen Admiraal ... Woman
Jon Glover ... Man

Jeremy Swift ... Noddy
Julian Ryder ... Bus Driver
Charlie Kenyon ... Boy on the Bus
Nina Southworth ... Girl on the Bus
Richard Woo ... Swallow

Season 9, Episode 3: Back to Earth (Part Three)

12 April 2009
When Lister's busy day of annoying Rimmer was interrupted by the discovery of a dimension-hopping leviathan in the ship's mile-deep water tank, transporting the crew back to Earth, all Lister's dreams appear to be coming true.

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Trojan

4 October 2012
The crew discover the pristine,empty spaceship Trojan and use it to travel to the aid of Columbus III,to answer a distress call from Rimmer's brother Howard,who used to bully him. However Rimmer is too proud to help until he can equal Howard in rank and become an officer. He thus has fifteen hours to sit the Astro-Nav promotion exam which he has failed on ten previous occasions. The others work out that Rimmer's head is too full of past resentment to clear a space for exam data but when the Trojan eventually rides to the rescue Rimmer discovers that Howard is not what he claims to be.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Mark Dexter ... Howard Rimmer
Susan Earl ... Sim Crawford
Lucy Newman-Williams ... All Droid Jayne / Phone Droid Voice
Bryan Bounds ... All Droid Bob / Phone Droid Voice
Laurence Bouvard ... Phone Droid Voice (voice)

Rupert Degas ... Phone Droid Voice (voice)

Season 10, Episode 2: Fathers & Suns

11 October 2012
Whilst Lister writes himself a father's day card the others give Pree,the ship's computer,a glamorous upgrade. However she is soon putting the ship in danger and setting it on a collision course with the sun while it fills with laughing gas. Her excuse is that Rimmer has programmed her to imitate his own incompetence. Fortunately Lister takes advantage of the fact that he is his own father and,in that capacity, not a crew member to shut down Pree and save the day.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten
Rebecca Blackstone ... Pree (as Rebbecca Blackstone)

Kerry Shale ... Medi-Bot / Taiwan Tony (voice)

Season 10, Episode 3: Lemons

18 October 2012
Whilst attempting to construct a Swedish flat-pack rejuvenation shower the crew accidentally transport themselves back to the year A.D. 23. In order to power their returner remote they need lemons to make a battery and ,in a Middle Eastern market,meet a friendly young man called Jesus. When Jesus complains of demons on his back the crew successfully teleport him and themselves back to 'Red Dwarf' for an operation but reading of his future fate causes Jesus to return to Earth and behave in a very unchristian manner. The team go after him and learn that Jesus is a commoner name than they had thought.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Indira Joshi ... Erin
James Baxter ... Jesus
Homer Todiwala ... Waiter (as Hormuzd Todiwala)
Mohammed Ali ... Pedestrian at Indian Market (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 4: Entangled

25 October 2012
Whilst Cat and Kryten find themselves doing everything in unison due to 'quantum entanglement' Lister loses the shuttle craft 'Starbug' and Rimmer to a group of hairy genetically engineered life forms in a poker game. To ensure he keeps his side of the bargain within twenty-four hours they have attached an explosive device to his groin due to go off when the time is up. Having unsuccessfully tried to bargain with them with the 'spoon of destiny' the crew have to locate Professor Edgington,the inventor of the groinal exploder,to save the day - which she does,though Rimmer's chances of romance are cruelly dashed.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten

Steven Wickham ... Begg Chief

Peter Elliott ... Chimp
Nik Williams ... Chimp Puppeteer
Jun Matsuura ... Chimp Puppeteer
Sydney Stevenson ... Professor Edgington

Emma Campbell-Jones ... TV Character 1
Nick Barber ... TV Character 2

Season 10, Episode 5: Dear Dave

1 November 2012
Lister finds himself in a bizarre love triangle with two talking vending machines - sweet-voiced coffee maker number 23 and the more vengeful chocolate bar dispenser number 34 and ends up literally getting his leg over with 34. The mail arrives from earth and Lister gets a letter from a pregnant ex-lover of whose child he may be the father. He and Rimmer hunt through piles of old mail for proof but ultimately Lister is disappointed to learn that he is not the one.

Season 10, Episode 6: The Beginning

8 November 2012
The Red Dwarf is surrounded by hostile Annihilators and a Simulant death ship,with only two forks and a pencil sharpener for weapons. The crew flee in the shuttle and hide in an asteroid where Rimmer plays a hologram of his father,only to learn he was not his father after all. Free of paternal scorn at last he concocts a clever plan,which destroys the enemies and Red Dwarf lives to see another day.

Chris Barrie ... Rimmer

Craig Charles ... Lister

Danny John-Jules ... Cat

Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten
Richard O'Callaghan ... Hogey the Roguey
Gary Cady ... Dominator Zlurth
Alex Hardy ... Chancellor Wednesday
Colin Hoult ... Chancellor Thursday
Simon Treves ... Lecturer Rimmer

Taylor James ... Big Simulant Advisor

Philip Labey ... Young Rimmer
Joanne Gale ... Wendy

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Episode #11.1

2016

Season 11, Episode 2: Episode #11.2

2016


Shanice Stewart-Jones ... Cat Lady 2

Season 11, Episode 3: Episode #11.3

2016

Season 11, Episode 4: Episode #11.4

2016

Season 11, Episode 5: Episode #11.5

2016

Season 11, Episode 6: Episode #11.6

2016

Jonathan Cass ... Under cover Scientist

Lucie Pohl ... Harmony

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Episode #12.1

2017


Tom Bell ... Undisclosed

Season 12, Episode 2: Episode #12.2

2017

Season 12, Episode 3: Episode #12.3

2017

Season 12, Episode 4: Episode #12.4

2017

Season 12, Episode 5: Episode #12.5

2017

Season 12, Episode 6: Episode #12.6

2017


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