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 ... See full summary »
A sci-fi British comedy about the adventures of Her Majesty's Ship Camden Lock in the year 2151. It's mission: to convince alien governments to relocate their businesses to Britain. The odd... See full summary »
Bernard Black runs his own bookshop even though he doesn't much like people who buy books and hates having customers. Next door to Bernard's shop is the Nifty Gifty gift shop run by Fran, ... See full summary »
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. Written by
Chloe Annett replaced Clare Grogan as Kochanski. See more »
The revelation that Lister is his own father creates a rather large problem: In the Series 2 episode "Better Than Life", he recalls his father's funeral when comforting Rimmer after the latter received a letter from his mother informing him that his father had died. Lister was probably adopted, so he would be speaking about his adoptive parents, rather than his real parents. Also, in the Series 5 episode "The Inquisitor", after Lister and Kryten are declared "unworthy of existence" by the episode's title character, an alternate version of Lister, described as "coming from the same barrel" as the other one, somehow takes his place, despite the fact that if the original Lister never existed, there should be nobody by the name of Dave Lister at all. See more »
You're not good enough for him. That's all. OK, he may walk around smelling like a Balti House laundry basket, but he doesn't need the likes of you swapping dimensions like there's no tomorrow and bewitching him with your... in and out bits. Pointy and unnecessary.
You've got big problems, you know that?
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