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Open to a shot of a large red ship the size of a city. A man in a space
suit is washing the hull, his effort is seen to be useless due to the
immenseness of the job at hand. We pan outwards away from the man, and we see
the name of the ship, painted in white letters "RED
This is our first vision of the Jupiter Mining Corporation
Vessel Red Dwarf, before it's three million year cruise into the unknown...
- How it all began
- The Complete Scripts from the first 7 series
How it all began....
The human race began as slime and ended as slime.
His name was
Celebrating his twenty-fourth birthday on a monopoly board pub
crawl around London, he ended up three million years from earth, marooned in
the wrong plane of the wrong reality, and down to his last two
Together with a dead man, a senile computer, a deranged
sanitation mechanoid with an overactive guilt chip and the best dressed entity
in all six known universes, the last remaining member of the human race begins
his epic journey home.
A journey that will take him two
On the way he'll break the Light Barrier... Meet Einstein, God and Elvis...
Shoot pool with planets... Battle emotion-stealing chameleonic mutant parasites...
and play Reality's ultimate game...
About the authors
Red Dwarf was written by Grant Naylor. So who is Grant Naylor?
Grant Naylor is a gestalt entity occupying two bodies, one of which lives in
North London, the other in South London. The product of a horribly botched genetic-engineering
experiment, which took place in Manchester in the late fifties, they try to
eke out two existence's with only one mind. They attended the same school and
the same university, but, for tax reasons, have two completely different wives.
The first body is called Rob grant, the second Doug Naylor. Among other things,
they spent three years in the mid-eighties as head writers of Spitting Image;
wrote Radio Four's award-winning series Son of Cliché; penned
the lyrics to a number one single; and created and wrote Red
Dwarf for BBC Television.
They have made a living variously by being ice-cream salesmen, shoe-shop assistants
and by attempting to sell dodgy life-assurance policies to close friends. They
also spent almost two years on the night shift loading paper into computer printers
at a mail-order factory in Ardwick. They can still smell the cheese 'n' onion
Their favorite color is orange. Red Dwarf was an
enormous bestseller when published as a penguin paperback in 1989. Better
than Life was the not very long awaited sequel.
Red Dwarf Character ProfilesHere it is, the long (long, long,
long,.........) awaited character profiles to go with the series.
Arnold J. Rimmer
Red Dwarf Scripts
OK, here is the listings for every episode of Red
Dwarf ever made... Well, in the first 7 series anyway.
Series 1 :
Series 2 :
Series 3 :
Series 4 :
Series 5 :
Series 6 :
Series 7 :
Palm Pilot Version
The Space Corp Survival Manual
The Space Corp Survival Manual provides many useful hints and tips to help you survive a disaster situation. Here are some of the more important chapters:
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