Red Dwarf: Season 4, Episode 3

Justice (28 Feb. 1991)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Daniel Williamson

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Richard Riddings (The voice of the Justice Computer) also provided the voice of the D.N.A computer in D.N.A (#4.2)and later had a cameo in Psirens (#6.1) as the crazed Astro whose brain is sucked out by a Psiren. See more »

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Why is Lister even listening to Rimmer to shoot the Simulant? They entered the Justice Zone, where any illegal act they commit, is perpetrated back at them, so if Lister fired, he'd be fired on. See more »

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Rimmer: You're going to prove that I'm innocent of negligence on the grounds that I'm a half-witted incompetent?
The Cat: Man, there ain't a jury in the land who wouldn't buy a plea like that!
Kryten: No, not a half-wit, exactly. More a buffoon.
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References Sudden Impact (1983) See more »

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