Red Dwarf (1988– )
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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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Daniel Williamson

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21 March 1988 (UK)  »

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Although 'Mac McDonald' (v) returned to play Captain Hollister, his scene was filmed at the same time as his appearances in the first episode; _"Red Dwarf" (1988) {The End (#1.1)}" to save him the trouble of returning to the set. See more »

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When the Cat rollerskates into Lister's room, after the shots where his skates can actually be seen, it's obvious from his movements that he's no longer wearing them. When he leaves the room, he doesn't skate out either. See more »

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The Cat: [talking through a megaphone] Hello, hello. Testing, testing. One, one, one. Me, me, me. Attention, all lady cats. I am feeling very, very sexy. Can you hear me, lady cats? My body is available. Please form a queue. No squabbling. This is your lucky day.
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References Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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Series One

Series One of "Red Dwarf" doesn't really feature any series classics as far as my opinion is concerned, but all the episodes are very good. It's a solid 6 episodes that do an admirable job of introducing the characters, but it's a tad less inventive than some later seasons, and Cat isn't as funny as he would be later. "The End" is a fine series opener and "Future Echoes" is pure hilarity. From the third episode on the series falters just a little bit but only in comparison to later greatness, and is still very enjoyable on its own. I enjoy "Waiting for God" more than most fans, for whatever that's worth.

Season average based on ratings for all episodes: 7.83/10


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