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 "Red Dwarf" 101: A Newbie Viewing Guide to the British SciFi Series - SciFi TV
So blooper clips of “Red Dwarf” were titled as “Smeg-Ups” and “Smeg-Outs.” There are three novelizations of the series as well as a radio series called “Dave Hollins, Space Cadet” written by “Red Dwarf”’s creators that has no direct connection with the series except that some of its ideas were used in the TV show.
Red Dwarf: This huge red mining ship is at least several miles across, and it’s so large there’s an in-flight movie in the lift.
Eventually Red Dwarf is hijacked by unknown parties, forcing the crew to use the shuttlecraft Starbug instead.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art44155.asp   (2114 words)

 British Sitcom Guide - Red Dwarf - Characters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Holly is the Red Dwarf computer with an IQ of 6000 (the same IQ as 6000 PE teachers and 12,000 car park attendants) It was Holly who alerted Captain Hollister to the presence of Frankenstein (Lister's Cat) aboard Red Dwarf which led to Lister getting 18 months in Stasis.
Captain Hollister is the Captain of Red Dwarf.
Ackerman is the warden in the Brig on Red Dwarf or the Tank, as it's known.
www.british-sitcom.co.uk /red_dwarf/characters.shtml   (1649 words)

 Red Dwarf - Holly/Hilly Biography
Holly the Red Dwarf’s a tenth generation hologramic on-board computer.
Holly once told Lister that there were two space ships heading for Red Dwarf with a warrant for Lister's arrest.
Holly fell in love with Hilly in the episode Parallel Universe and the increasingly erratic Red Dwarf computer performed a head sex-change operation on itself and became Hilly!- until he/it re-appeared in Season 8.
www.sadgeezer.com /RedDwarf/holly.htm   (740 words)

 Red Dwarf Characters, Chris Barrie, Red Dwarf Fans, Red Dwarf info
Although dead in Lister's dimension, due to a rip in the fabric of time and space has landed her up back with the crew first on Stugbug and eventually on Red Dwarf.
Although she once went out with Lister, this was very much on the rebound, wishes she had never got into the corps if she'd known where she would have ended up.
The Red Dwarf computer at the start of mission with an IQ of 6000.
www.clay.co.uk /barrie/reddwarf/rdchar.html   (853 words)

 Science Fiction Game Reviews
The Red Dwarf universe combines Douglas Adams-style gonzo humor with harsh existentialism and a rigorous pursuit of Murphy's law.
Characters have six stats, such as agility, strength and intelligence, and a number of skills tied to each stat.
Character creation is quick, and even newcomers to role-playing should be able to get a game up and running in less than an hour.
www.scifi.com /sfw/issue326/games.html   (620 words)

 Television Obscurities - Keeping Obscure TV From Fading Away Forever
Red Dwarf focuses on a character named Dave Lister, the sole survivor of a radiation leak aboard his spaceship.
The character of Kryten, the android, was not introduced until 1989 in the British Red Dwarf.
The other characters were recast, with Craig Bierko taking over the role of Dave Lister, Chris Eigeman playing Arnold Rimmer (the hologram), Jane Leeves as Holly (the computer), and Hinton Battle as Cat.
www.tvobscurities.com /articles/reddwarfusa.php   (1047 words)

 Red Dwarf Universe - Its SMEGtastic
Lister was partially responsible for a nanobotic rebuilding of the Red Dwarf ship and is currently serving two years in the ship's brig for misuse of confidential files.
Left behind on Red Dwarf were the sick, the lame and the dying.
All these character flaws of which Kryten had become rightly proud, were nearly lost when his corrupted files were repaired by Red Dwarf scientists and the Data Doctor program.
www.reddwarf.iwarp.com /profile.html   (2001 words)

 DVD Review--“Red Dwarf Series VII” - SciFi TV
I must admit that though I’m a huge “Red Dwarf” fan, I never saw the seventh season until the DVD version came out (I had, however, watched part of the eighth season and was extremely confused by how the show ended up where it did).
Ultimately, any “Red Dwarf” is good “Red Dwarf,” and keeping an eye out for the craziness that make the show unique keeps me occupied during even the less-than-great stories.
The characters are as kooky as ever, and the flavor of “Red Dwarf” is all there.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art40890.asp   (731 words)

 Red Dwarf Episode Guide by Gavrielle Perry: Series VI
The only character for whom this is a good series is Kryten: as the SF stuff comes more and more to the fore, his technobabble role becomes increasingly important.
A lot of the humour of these characters was in their surprise value: when you take that away, you’re left with a limited set of character traits whose comedic impact decreases exponentially with repeated exposure and tarnishes the memory of the original.
But the idea that the characters become what they are in the future is completely without foundation: no explanation is even attempted as to why they should change their essential selves so radically.
www.reviewsbygavrielle.com /dwarf6.shtml   (4480 words)

 Red Dwarf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Red Dwarf is a British sci-fi sitcom that ran for eight television series on BBC2 between 1988 and 1999, and has since achieved a global cult following.
Red Dwarf is known for its considerably large fan base and cult status, largely due to its position in the science fiction genre, and also due to the fact that it initially garnered low viewing figures (starting fairly strongly, but dropping off to the point where a second series may not have even been commissioned
A main character of the show, The Cat, is one of these creatures and one of only two of these creatures ever seen on screen.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Red_Dwarf   (6797 words)

 impulsegamer.com - Australia's best PS2 & PC Reviews
In the past sci-fi comedies have always been a failure, but Red Dwarf is about the only series that has managed to do well, there are year round conventions all over the world and in fact they are making a movie as we speak.
Red Dwarf would have to be the one of the most popular British comedies around and even a dedicated British comedy hater like myself found Red Dwarf to be one of the best comedy series of all time.
The extras also have the A-Z’s of Red Dwarf this is a short clip on every thing from Arnold Rimmer clips to Jozxyqk the sound a cat makes when your sexual organs are trapped in something to Zat’s all folks.
www.impulsegamer.com /igversion01/dvd/dvdreddwarf2.htm   (631 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Red Dwarf:Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers: Books: Grant Naylor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Red Dwarf is the ship in which he lives out his lonly existence.
Red Dwarf is the funniest science fiction book I have ever read, featuring a cast of unforgettable characters.
Rimmer's preparation consists of establishing incredibly exact, inclusive schedules for studying; the problem with this approach is that his constant revisions of the schedule take up all of his preparation time, and he usually ends up cramming three months' of study into a few hours just before the exam begins.
www.amazon.co.uk /Red-Dwarf-Infinity-Welcomes-Careful/dp/0140124373   (1271 words)

 Amazon.ca: Red Dwarf: Series 1: DVD: Andy DeEmmony   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Red Dwarf is the name of a mining spaceship.
In one scene, showing much of the crew of Red Dwarf at a banquet, jackets are thrown over seat backs both to add a bit of color and hide the fact these are all modern, cheap cafeteria chairs.
Although it is never identified as such, it is clear (at least to science fiction fans) that Red Dwarf is powered by a ramscoop, a staple technology of speculative fiction that permits spaceships tra...
www.amazon.ca /Red-Dwarf-1-Andy-DeEmmony/dp/B00007AP31   (2695 words)

 Red Dwarf Season 1
I was introduced, completely at random, to Red Dwarf back in 1999 on the Public Broadcasting Station.
This series is set on board a mining ship aptly named Red Dwarf, and follows the completely outrageous lives of the last remaining human being alive, his deceased roommate turned hologram, a service robot, and a humanoid evolved from a common housecat.
First broadcast by the BBC, Red Dwarf is an amazingly well achieved work of special effects and comedy.
home.earthlink.net /~lifespuppet/id36.html   (271 words)

 Red Dwarf - What a Show!
As you may or may not know, Red Dwarf is not about small, rouge coloured humanoids who run around, swinging axes, looking for gold and spending most of their lives under ground.
It is, in fact, the name of a very red, very big space ship from the Jupiter Mining Corporation, a fictional company in the future.
The ship was, of course, named after star types - the star type that seems to be most frequent in the universe is known as a red dwarf.
www.thekeep.org /~kunoichi/kunoichi/themestream/red_dwarf.html   (1637 words)

 RealHHG - Red Dwarf books, audio, video
Celebrating his birthday with a pub crawl around London, Dave Lister ends up three million light years from home on the mining ship Red Dwarf, the last remaining member of the human race, with only a dead man, a senile computer and a cat with a highly-evolved fashion sense for company...
The characters of Rimmer, Cat and Kryten are trapped in a computer game which can transport players directly to the world of imagination, a world where each player can enjoy fabulous success.
The future of the species is in the hands of one man. And all he has to help him are his wits, his cunning, and a two page girdle section from a mail order catalogue...
www.realhhg.com /hhgbook.php?book=rd   (476 words)

 The Red Dwarf Zone
The introduction of a large, yellow, inflatable bannana in the guy's room; reds, blues and greens added to various sets; and even the rivets in the bunkrooms were painted sky blue.
Although he is only in the 1st episode, the character would return for Series III onwards, this time played by Robert Llewellyn.
Red Dwarf is now as sharp as when it was first aired on TV.
groups.msn.com /thereddwarfzone/review2.msnw   (681 words)

 Red Dwarf - Cat Character Biography
Cat is the coolest guy of the series; his devotion to all things shallow makes him eminently watchable and, like all the characters in Red Dwarf, never takes himself seriously.
Cat was discovered living a fairly solitary existence on Red Dwarf by his God, Lister.
He is usually the favourite character of all Red Dwarf SadGeezers.
www.sadgeezer.com /RedDwarf/cat.htm   (934 words)

 Red Dwarf - episode guide - tv serie
A lowly technician on the mining ship Red Dwarf, he wakes up one day to find that the rest of the crew have been killed by a radiation leak.
He has been in stasis for three million years.He is doomed to drift in space for the rest of eternity with only two companions: the hologram of his former crew-mate, Rimmer, and a creature called Cat who has evolved from a pet he smuggled on board.
Red Dwarf Merchandise: DVD, Cd Audio, Book, Poster, T-shirt...
www.kartelle.com /episodes/redDwarf   (320 words)

 "Red Dwarf" (1988)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Trivia: Although it is never identified as such, it is clear (at least to science fiction fans) that Red Dwarf is powered by a ramscoop, a staple technology of speculative fiction that permits spaceships traveling at sufficient speed to collect sparse interstellar hydrogen atoms as an essentially unlimited fuel sources.
With the third series the show took a change in direction and pace, with the introduction of the character Kryten as a regular and the all new female version of Holly.
With any other show this might have signalled the beginning of the end, such radical changes rarely go down well but with Red Dwarf it was like a new lease of life and saved the show from becoming stale or repetitive.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0094535   (663 words)

 Scifilm -- TV Files, Red Dwarf: "Marooned"
When Holly suddenly picks up five fl holes in Red Dwarf's vicinity, the crew is forced to evacuate while Holly tries to navigate a safe course around the approaching fl holes.
This episode is all about further establishing the relationship between Dave Lister and Arnold J. Rimmer, the two characters we see marooned alone together throughout of this episode.
While this episode is somewhat lacking in typical "Red Dwarf" humor, it nevertheless manages to tell us a great deal about Lister and Rimmer, what makes each character tick and how they view their relationship with one another.
www.scifilm.org /tv/reddwarf/reddwarf3-2.html   (234 words)

 The Official Red Dwarf Fan Club - Terms and Conditions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Access to BTLi is restricted to members of The Official Red Dwarf Fan Club using the Clearance Codes published in BTL Magazine.
This site and its content is protected by British and International laws under the following copyrights: The Red Dwarf name, logo and characters are copyright to Rob Grant and Doug Naylor and Grant Naylor Productions ('the company').
This website is compilation copyright © 2002 by The Official Red Dwarf Fan Club ('the club'), which is supported and overseen by the company.
www.reddwarffanclub.com /terms.asp   (213 words)

 Red Dwarf-Was there another season?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The central storyline of Red Dwarf was not about Lister, as many people believe, but rather was about Rimmer coming to grips with his own mortality.
By ending the series in this way, the Red Dwarf producers not only made their sly commentary on humanity, but also managed to marvel at the unpredictable and sometimes irreverant way thing work out in the universe.
Doug Naylor was quoted in a recent interview as saying that the future of the TV show relates to Red Dwarf's cinematic release.
www.streamerarchives.org /ScienceFictionandFantasy/2002_04/012.htm   (2753 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Red Dwarf III (Part 1) - Backwards at Epinions.com
Dave Lister is a scouser slob who sneaks a pet cat called Frankenstein on board the mining ship Red Dwarf.
He's filed 247 complaints against Lister - that's 123 counts of insulting a superior technician, 39 counts of dereliction of duty, 84 counts of general insubordination, and one count of mutiny (Lister stood on his toe).
The Red Dwarf crew then discuss on how they should destroy the creature without their emotions, which is the best part of the entire episode:
www.epinions.com /content_100928425604   (982 words)

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