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Back in the Red (1) - S8-E1

Continuity mistake: When Lister is lying on the top bunk talking to Rimmer about the 83 year old dad, he says "he'd probably pretend to be dead" as he puts is left hand on the side of his face. The camera cuts to Rimmer then back to Lister again, as he puts his left hand on the side of his face again.

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Back in the Red (1) - S8-E1

Continuity mistake: When Lister goes to hug Selby and Chen, his locks are over his right shoulder. In the next shot they are behind his back.

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Back in the Red (1) - S8-E1

Continuity mistake: At the end of "Nanarchy" Starbug 1 flew underneath Starbug 2 at the end of the episode, yet in this episode when the scene is repeated, the ship flies around Starbug 1 instead.

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Back in the Red (1) - S8-E1

Continuity mistake: When Starbug crashes through a vent, Lister leans to his far right. In the next shot, he is leaning to his left.

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Lister: Get real, man. Most eunuchs have got more balls than you.

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The actor who plays the original Kryten, in 'Kryten', also turns up later as the voice of Talkie Toaster.

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