Red Dwarf: Season 3, Episode 4

Bodyswap (5 Dec. 1989)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Daniel Williamson

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A scene was taped in which Kryten lights Rimmer-as-Lister's cigar with his finger while they are in a sauna. During filming, Robert Llewellyn became so sweaty in his costume that his sweat short-circuited the wires used for the lighter and he was mildly shocked. This scene was featured in "Red Dwarf: The Bodysnatcher Collection" box set. See more »

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When Kryten takes the syringe out of Lister's head, the needle does not come out the syringe properly, so Robert Llewellyn puts his hand in front of the needle to try hide it. See more »

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Holly: We have three realistic alternatives - one, sit here and get blown up, two, stand here and get blown up, three, jump up and down, shout at me for not being able to think of anything, then get blown up.
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