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.
The Red Dwarf crew discover a ship which has a DNA modification machine. Kryten finds out what it means to be human, and produces a double polaroid!
It’s love at first byte when Kryten rescues a mechanoid. But is all as it seems? Camille is the first episode of series 4 Red Dwarf.