BBCDVD 1118 Red dwarf - Series II by Rob Grant / Doug Naylor

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Catalogue numberBBCDVD 1118
TitleRed dwarf - Series II
Artist(s)Rob Grant / Doug Naylor
Cover conditionGood
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeA
Item deleted?No
Distributed / printed byBBC Worldwide Ltd
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typePrimary
Media genreComedies - Situation
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesA0100442314-A911 17
A0900555555-B511 287
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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A2Better than life29.33
A3Thanks for the memory28.27
A4Statis leak29.54
A6Parallel universe28.27
A7Easter egg - The making of Queeg (Cartoon)2.28
B1Photo gallery
B3Deleted scenes18.16
B4Tongue tied3.29
B5Alternate personalities3.21
B6Audio book clips - Clip one6.39
B7 - Clip two8.24
B8Model shots4.15
B9Music cues - Main theme0.51
B10 - Opening theme0.58
B11 - Tongue tied3.24
B12 - "High noon"0.29
B13 - Space (4)2.18
B14 - Character (8)4.01
B15 - Background (6)7.46
B16 - Additional (10)5.44
B17Series II smeg ups (Outtakes)6.33
B18Web link
B19Red Dwarf A - Z30.02
B20DVD credits0.30
Total length of media 4:44:24.


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Craig Charles (Dave Lister)
Chris Barrie (Arnold Judas Rimmer Bsc Ssc)
Danny John-Jules (Cat)
Norman Lovett (Holly)

Written by

Rob Grant
Doug Naylor

Produced by

Ed Bye

Directed by

Ed Bye


Episode 1
Red Dwarf intercepts an SOS distress call from the American Space cruiser Nova 5, which has crashed on an asteroid. Much to their disappointment, the crew (who are expecting to find female crew members) find the only survivor is Kryten (David Ross), a service mechanoid with an over-active guilt chip. Lister wants to teach Kryten to be rebellious, whilst Rimmer wants to abuse Kryten's servility.

Episode 2
A post pod carrying a three-million-year-old bag of mail arrives, and Rimmer becomes depressed when he reads a letter saying his dad is dead. Meanwhile the crew play a total-immersion computer game called "Better Than Life" which makes the player's wishes come true. Rimmer's neurotic brain fittingly begins to rebel against the fantasy and turn it into a nightmare.

Episode 3
The crew wake up after celebrating the anniversary of Rimmer's death, only to find four whole days have passed that they have no memories of. However, when they find the ship's black box on a moon, they slowly learn what happened.

Episode 4
A time portal called a "Stasis Leak" is found on Floor 16 and it takes the crew back in time on Red Dwarf three million years earlier, to a point three weeks before the disaster which killed the rest of the crew. Rimmer tries to change the past by putting himself into suspended animation, so he does not die in the radioactive disaster. Lister has similar plans for Kochanski.

Episode 5
When the ship's "senile" computer, Holly, allows a meteorite to damage the ship and Rimmer's hologram to malfunction, the crew lose faith in him. Holly's back-up computer, Queeg 500 (Charles Augins), takes command of Red Dwarf. When Queeg 500 runs the ship like a military garrison, the crew have a change of heart and want Holly back. Despite their misgivings, Holly challenges Queeg to a game of chess, where the loser gets erased from the system.

Episode 6
The crew test Holly's new invention, the "Holly Hop Drive", which will supposedly warp them back to Earth in seconds. Instead Red Dwarf enters an alternate parallel dimension in which the crew encounter female versions of themselves Cat, however, encounters an opposite version of himself instead, the scruffy Dog. Lister gets drunk and sleeps with his female self. Later he finds himself pregnant with twins, as in the parallel dimension, it is the men who fall pregnant.

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