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Red Dwarf: Series 2 (1988-2003)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: BBC Warner, BBC Video
Genre: Cult, Science Fiction , Television, British TV, Cult TV, UK, Sci-Fi TV, Sci-Fi TV
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Red Dwarf: Series 2 (2003)

Red Dwarf: Series 2 (Bonus Disc) (1988)
A disaster aboard a spaceship leaves lower-level technician Dave Lister (Craig Charles) stranded in space with a holographic replica of a fellow crew member who annoyed him, Rimmer (Chris Barrie), and a cat that's mutated into humanoid form (Danny John-Jules) in these three episodes of the comedic science fiction television series Red Dwarf. In "Kryten," the crew are thrilled to come to the rescue of a ship with several attractive women on board; however, they also have to deal with a dim-witted android named Kryten. After receiving a mailbag full of bad news, the crew plays a new virtual reality game in "Better Than Life." As the game brings the crew's dreams and fantasies to life, Rimmer's mind decides to take revenge on his body. And "Thanks for the Memory" finds Rimmer and the guys tying one on to commemorate the day of his death; four days later, they wake up trying to remember what happened over the past 96 hours. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide


  • Kryten
  • Better Than Life
  • Thanks for the Memory
  • Stasis Leak
  • Queeg
  • Parallel Universe
Special Features:
  • Cast Commentary

GreenCine Member Ratings

Red Dwarf: Series 2 (2003)
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8.25 (75 votes)
Red Dwarf: Series 2 (Bonus Disc) (1988)
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8.04 (25 votes)

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