The adventures of the last human on earth, an evolved cat, a hologram and a senile computer stuck three million years in deep space.

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This US version of Red Dwarf (1988) failed to get past pilot stage, and has never been screened anywhere. It was essentially a remake of the first UK episode, "The End", with bits from other stories added in as well. See more »

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[Kryten has asked where he might find the captain]
Dave Lister: Your'e a robot, right?
Kryten: Does it show?
Dave Lister: Only to a trained eye!
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Featured in Red Dwarf: Dwarfing USA (2004) See more »

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9 August 2003 | by (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada) – See all my reviews

I was surprised to see a US pilot for Red Dwarf, then shocked and saddened when I actually watched it. US Lister was so whitebread and unscuzzy. Rimmer snivels so little that I actually thought the actor would make a better Lister than the one I was watching. Cat no longer had his Little Richard-ish persona. It WAS nice to see the original Kryten (loved the eyeballs in the coffee gag) and Jane Leeves as Holly (*spark* ooh that one felt gooood) but they wouldn't have been able to save this US version from oblivion. As for pilot number two, which I've only seen a cast photo of, it was interesting to see Terry Farrell dressed up like a cat but it was far from being sound as a dollar-pound. Don't mess with perfection!


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