Red Dwarf: Season 4, Episode 4

White Hole (7 Mar. 1991)

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The Red Dwarf crew set out to restore Holly's IQ with the use of Talkie-Toaster, who Lister dismantled because Talkie-Talk winds him up with his obsession of serving toast. But something ... See full summary »

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The Red Dwarf crew set out to restore Holly's IQ with the use of Talkie-Toaster, who Lister dismantled because Talkie-Talk winds him up with his obsession of serving toast. But something goes wrong and Red Dwarf looses power and the crew find themselves heading towards a white hole, that is spewing time back into the universe. Written by Daniel Williamson

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Director Ed Bye was taken ill during the recording, so producer Paul Jackson directed the studio session himself. However, Bye was still credited as director of the episode. See more »

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[the gang have just destroyed a White Hole, thus canceling out the events of the episode - their reality is disappearing around them]
Kryten: We'll cease to be here, because none of this is ever to have happened. But we will exist back on Red Dwarf with no memory of these events, which of course never happened. And as these events never happened, we'll have no memory of them.
[turns to Rimmer]
Kryten: In which case, Mr Rimmer, sir, I should like to take this opportunity to say that you are *the* most obnoxious, ...
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