The Red Dwarf crew generate two extreme alter-egos good and bad using a device called the Triplicator. The High and Low versions of the Boys from the dwarf lead to some hilarious scenes!
Rimmer puts the rest of the Red Dwarf crew in Quarantine, but starts to turn a little peculiar himself. And what’s with the Gingham dress?
Rimmer encounters a self-loathing beast, and finds himself manacled, oiled, and concerned that somethings may be jammed up where only customs men dare to probe!
It looks like the Boys from the Dwarf are in trouble when they bump into the Inquisitor who travels through space and time erasing and replacing the unworthy.
Rimmer gets a chance to join the crew of an advanced holoship, but has to do something about his IQ. Then, he’s faced with a difficult decision. Would Rimmer sacrifice his onw happiness for someone else?
The fourth series of Red Dwarf aired between February and March 1991. Arnold Rimmer was played by Chris Barrie, Dave Lister by Craig Charles, Cat by Danny John-Jules, Kryten by Robert Llewellyn, and Holly by Hattie Hayridge.
Rimmer takes charge of an army of historical wax droids in a war against the greatest military minds in history. What could possibly go wrong?
Is it really possible that somewhere there exists a Rimmer who is brave, charming and popular? In Dimension Jump, the Red Dwarf Crew get a chance to find out.
The Red Dwarf crew attempted to restore Holly’s intellect with the use of Talkie-Toaster, who Lister destroyed because Talkie-Talk irritated him with his toast serving habit. Something goes wrong, however, and Red Dwarf loses power, sending the crew hurtling towards a white hole that is emitting time into the cosmos.
The Red Dwarf crew finds itself on Justice World, a formerly active penal colony with a “justice field” that punishes the wrongdoer for his or her actions. Rimmer is in big trouble, but the innocent aren’t at risk.