Sci Fi Coronavirus Hand Wash! Since we are now firmly committed to washing our hands more regularly, some people have been producing memes and chants based on the now famous World Health Authority Hand Washing Guide. Not wanting to be left out, se thought of a few Sci Fi chants too. Let us know if
Talkie Toaster is a monstrously cool mechanical devise used for making toast. Innocent enough, you might think, but the Red Dwarf Toaster will drive you completely bonkers by continually asking, “Would you like some toast?”
Kochanski was Red Dwarf’s navigation officer but, to Lister’s dismay, he learns that she died in the first episode.
This was voted as one of the favourites of British TV Red Dwarf fans. And we’re still only in the middle of the second series!!
The Prison ship is a high security Prison Transport for keeping the most dangerous examples of human and Simulant prisoner in confinement. It has a very effective system of restraint called the Justice Field.
This beautiful looking spaceship is as shallow as the crew that mans it. It is made completely of light and allows their Hologram crew to enjoy effective reality, being able to touch and feel the ship, it’s contents, and erm… it’s crewmembers.
The S.S.S Esperanto was an ocean seeding ship sent to an ocean world to investigate the progress of an experiment to ‘seed’ and encourage life on the planet had worked.
A Space Station is a highly advanced research station manned by a composite Gestalt entity called Legion.
Red Dwarf is a huge spaceship. When I say huge, I don’t just mean big I mean HUGE! huge. It has at least 2600 floors and is four miles long (and seemingly became 6 miles long in Season 7). The ship is so big that it has an in-flight movie in the lift!
Starbug, or at least the Starbug seen in the series is an interstellar transport ship seen periodically as the saga developed. It was used in seasons 6 and 7 when Red Dwarf was lost by Lister and subsequently turned into a planetoid by Nanobots.
The show seemed to explain why Kryten had become so insufferable in the last few episodes. He seemed to settle down in some of the future episodes, but his jealousy of Kochanski is still there.
The introduction (two part show) to the crazy and wacky world of Red Dwarf saga nanobots. This concept saved the seventh series in my opinion – wonderfully executed sci fi fun!
OMG! Holly returns!
At first, I didn’t give a rats ass for this show but then it sort of grew on me! 🙂
I have to tell you guys, Chloe Annette, as Kochanski looks absolutely drop-dead gorgeous in this episode dressed in that uniform! I know it’s sexist, but what the hell, I reckon you girls are pretty impressed with Lister and Rimmer in their uniforms too.
For me, it took a while to get going, and many people have emailed me telling me that they don’t like the fully crewed Red Dwarf twist to the series, but the saga had to be updated and it is as funny and wacky as ever.
Lister marries a Gelf but then ‘does a runner’. The Gelf’s family take revenge on the Red Dwarf crew by afflicting them with an Emohawk
Besides the obvious fun of watching the antics of a world full of Rimmers, the jokes and one-liners in this episode were terrific!
This was the last show in the series, and boy, was it a cliffhanger! – The Red Dwarf crew meet themselves from then future!
The dude on the grassy knoll! No way, seriously, you ain’t gonna believe it! Red Dwarf starts a new season with a vengeance!
This episode was terrific! (except that it was the last complete episode we saw Rimmer in Season 7). In this episode, we saw the return of Ace Rimmer and again, some fairly mind-blowing comedy sci-fi.
The next main character of the Red Dwarf Crew makes an entrance. CK turns out to be a very popular actress in the role and fans warm up to her pretty quickly.
This was a moany, wishy-washy episode that tried to establish Kochanski as a creditable character – but it missed out all the parts of the Red Dwarf Saga that we had come to know and love. Chloe Annett is a wonderful actor that has been introduced to play a major part in a hugely successful cult sci-fi show. Her awe-inspiring performance was wonderful, but oh my god! I’m starting to miss Bob Grant!
He’s Arnold, Arnold Arnold Rimmer,
Without him life would be much grimmer,
He’s handsome trim and no-one’s slimmer,
He will never need a Zima.
(hahaha – it should have been a hit single!)
It was great to see Rimmer’s character challenged in this episode. We all know what a git he can be. But as we and Nirvana suspected, he may be something more than a complete Smeghead!
The crew have to justify themselves to….. themselves. Failure to do so will result in their death!
This was another fine episode. It opened with the Starbug landing on an icy planet. The crew were there to investigate an abandoned laboratory. They believe that there is one sole survivor, a genius