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Long awaited new Red Dwarf IV Episode Guide!
RED DWARF IV Episode Guide
Here is the text of the listings in the Radio Times for the new season
of Red Dwarf. Along with the first episode was the following text under
a photograph of Cat, Kryten, Lister, Rimmer and Holly:
The sci-fi comedy returns for a fourth series with the same cast
(clockwise from top left): Danny John-Jules as the Cat, Robert Llewellyn
as Kryten, Chris Barrie as Rimmer, Craig Charles as Lister and (centre)
Hattie Hayridge as Holly the computer. The last series won a Royal
Television Society award for its visual effects and this new series
will be no less adventurous, with effects ranging from a life-form
who is half human, half curry, to a triple-headed mutant with hayfever.
14 February 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"Camille." Kryten, Red Dwarf's on-board mechanoid, rescues a female droid
from a crashed vessel. She, like him, is a 4,000 series, but Camille is
the GTi model, with realistic toes and a slide-back sun-roof head. Kryten
finds himself falling in advanced mutual compatibility on the basis of a
primary initial ident, or what humans call `love at first sight', but the
course of true advanced mutual compatibility never runs in a non-glitch
21 February 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"DNA." The crew locks onto an unidentified craft which contains a machine
that can transform living things by rewriting their DNA. A blessing or a
curse? The Dwarfers are unsure, until Lister's curry assumes near-human
28 February 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"Justice." Innate natural justice does not exist, except in Justice World,
where the consequences of a crime are inflicted upon the perpetrator. The
innocent have nothing to fear, but Rimmer is in trouble.
7 March 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"White Hole". Holly leaves the crew drifting helplessly towards a white
hole. Will Rimmer sacrifice his hologrammatic life to save the crew? No.
14 March 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"Dimension Jump." In a universe almost identical to our own, another
Arnold Rimmer exists.
21 March 1991 BBC2 9 p.m.
"Meltdown." A matter transporter whisks the crew to Waxworld - a giant
theme park where the waxdroids are running amok.
[Thanks to Ian Collier in the UK for the details]
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