The gang hide in an asteroid surrounded by a Simulant Death Ship.
Lister gets a letter from an old girlfriend telling him she is pregnant.
Lister loses Rimmer in a game of poker; Kryten and Cat become entangled.
The Dwarfers need a battery to power up the Returner Remote.
Lister celebrates Father's Day; Rimmer and Kryten install a new computer.
Rimmer gets a distress call from his brother.
Knowing they are destined to die, the Dwarfers head to a mysterious address in London to plead for more life.
Rimmer's replacement, Katerina, is determined to guide Lister back to his home planet. But Earth in 2009 is not everything the boys had expected.
Nine years on and the Red Dwarf crew are older but still none the wiser. Lister's busy day of annoying Rimmer is suddenly interrupted.
A trip into a parallel universe has another version of Rimmer as captain of the ship.
The crew de-evolves a sparrow into a fierce Tyrannosaurus rex.
Rimmer and Lister sabotage the halftime drink of their basketball opponents.
Kryten entertains the prisoners with his own pirate TV station.
Lister does not know that he is training prison-hardened convicts for a suicide mission.
Cat tap dances with Blue Midget in order to impress the woman of his dreams.
Rimmer douses himself with a special cologne to attract the female crew members.
The nanobots have populated the Red Dwarf with the original crew, much to Rimmer's delight.
Concern for Lister's welfare prompts Kryten to intensify the search for the missing Nanites.
An ice-encased female human infects Lister with a deadly virus.
After Kryten makes dinner to compensate for his jealousy, his circuits overload and he learns a terrible secret.
Kryten devises the 'Rimmer Life Experience' virtual reality program to help Lister deal with his feelings.
The crew must crawl through miles of service ducts to start the engines.
Converging realities create terror among the crew members, who encounter Lister's former girlfriend.
A terminally wounded Ace Rimmer arrives on Starbug and asks Rimmer to take his place as the guardian of the universe.
Coming back from the dead is easy for Lister compared with finding a new supply of curry.
The Starbug heads back into the future, but receives a call for help from themselves.
Rimmer abandons the others in an attempt to save his own life.
The crew crash-lands in a zone inhabited by genetically engineered life forms.
Computer-generated Kryten contracts a virus and the crew must try to save him.
The crew is trapped in the primitive Starbug with rations running low.
The crew faces deadly creatures while searching for the star ship.
The Dwarf's crew members learn they have been playing a virtual reality computer game.
A duplicating experiment destroys the original Red Dwarf but creates two replicas -- one good, one bad.
After an encounter at a viral research center, Rimmer quarantines the Dwarf's crew for 12 weeks.
Landing by mistake on a Psi-moon, the Dwarf's crew members must battle against Rimmer's mind.
A rogue droid that travels through time weeding out worthless beings spells trouble for the crew.
Rimmer plans to cheat in order to join the holographic space corps aboard the holoship Enlightenment.
Kryten (Robert Llewellyn) uses a matter transporter to send the Red Dwarf's crew to the Waxworld theme park.
Cat (Danny John-Jules) is injured when Arnold Rimmer's look-alike Ace (Chris Barrie) crashes his test craft into the spaceship.
After regaining her genius-level IQ, Holly the computer powers down the ship.
One of the ship's crew may have something to fear during a visit to Justice World.
The Dwarf's crew is unsure about another craft's genetic engineering technology -- until it transforms Lister's curry.
Kryten falls in love with the female droid he rescues from a crashed spaceship.
His fellow crewmen set out to make Kryten's final hours of life memorable.
Rimmer (Chris Barrie) sets out to rescue Lister (Craig Charles), who is living on Earth after changing history.
The Rimmer hologram proposes swapping bodies as a way for Lister to lose weight.
A slobbering genetic mutant runs loose aboard the Red Dwarf. Craig Charles stars.
After the crew abandons ship, Lister and Rimmer (Craig Charles, Chris Barrie) are marooned on an arctic moon.
When Lister and Cat (Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules) arrive on Earth, they discover time is running backward.
Holly (Norman Lovett) informs the crew about an astonishing transfer device.
The ship's backup computer attempts to wrest control of the Red Dwarf from Holly.
A doorway to the past is created when the suspended animation chamber develops a leak. Craig Charles stars.
The crew awakens to find their memories of the last four days have been erased.
Rimmer is unable to decipher the contents of a letter from his mother.
The Red Dwarf receives a distress call about injured women on another spaceship. Craig Charles stars.
Rimmer discovers how to duplicate his hologram. Craig Charles stars.
A mutated form of pneumonia causes Lister's hallucinations to become solid.
Lister discovers startling facts about Catkind after learning to read the language.
Lister wants to date the dead console officer; Rimmer wakes up with another's arm.
Rimmer and Lister see the future when they break the light barrier.
A lone human (Craig Charles) is the sole living survivor aboard a galactic mining ship orbiting Saturn's moons.