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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Talkie Toaster quotes "I toast, therefore I am." In Kryten (#2.1) Kryten quoted "I serve, therefore I am." David Ross, the voice of Talkie Toaster, played Kryten in (#2.1), before Robert Llewellyn assumed the role, when the character became a regular character in Series 3. See more »

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Kryten: Mr. Rimmer would be effectively... dead
The Cat: Hey, things are looking up already.
Rimmer: Forget it... whatever it is you're suggesting... forget it.
Kryten: But the entire ship is running on emergency battery power only. With the oxygen recycler and minimal heating a lighting, I estimate that Lister and The Cat have approximately two months left, without your drain on the power they might last six. I'm sorry sir.
Rimmer: Sorry? Why are you sorry?
Kryten: Well the Space Corp directive 195 clearly states that in an emergency power ...
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