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White Hole 

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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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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TV-PG
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7 March 1991 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Scenes cut from the episode:
  • Lister gets a chance to fully catalogue his abilities. These include pool, being a good lover, and he can belch the whole of "Yankee Doodle Dandy" whilst balancing two pints of cider on his head.
  • The full version of Lister's pool fantasy is presented complete with Craig Charles' legendary prowess on the pool table, although the scene is without finished visual effects.
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Quotes

Talkie Toaster: [Holly is shutting herself off] Wait, before you go, there is one question, an important one, the others will have to know!
Holly: [alarmed] What? What?
Talkie Toaster: Would you like a cheese and ham Breville?
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Featured in 'Red Dwarf' A-Z (1998) See more »

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The Greatest Red Dwarf Episode?
1 June 2016 | by (coventry) – See all my reviews

With as many quotable lines as Kane, my favorite episode from a dearly loved series - including one of the best 'character' inventions too - Talkie Toaster - who lives only to provide his companions with grilled bread products, every minute of every day.

Hence the question below posed to a new revamped Holly (The ship's computer) who has just had her IQ increased to 12000 and who now knows everything there is to know in the Universe.

'Given that God is infinite and that the universe is also infinite would you like a toasted teacake?'

Oh joy!


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