Red Dwarf

Camille - S4-E1

Continuity mistake: When Kryten falls over the balcony, the next shot shows him holding onto the ledge, yet in the following shot he is holding onto a pole about a foot away from the ledge. (00:08:00)


White Hole - S4-E4

Continuity mistake: When Kryten tells the toaster not to offer Lister any grilled bread products, Lister is looking down at the table behind him. In the next shot he is looking over his shoulder at the camera. (00:02:50)


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Suggested correction: First, Lister is shown looking out the window throughout the scene, and second, he still has an entire view of outside the window within his eyesight. Lister likely already seen Mussolini within his eyesight before turning to face his direction, which he likely did to assure himself it was definitely Mussolini.

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Demons & Angels - S5-E5

Continuity mistake: When remote controlled Lister is strangling the Cat, his locks are partially over his left shoulder and partially behind his back. When Lister picks up the bazookoid, his locks are all over his left shoulder. (00:23:10)


White Hole - S4-E4

Rimmer: The thing about Captain Oates... The thing you have to remember about Captain Oates... Captain Oates... Captain Oates was a prat.

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Meltdown - S4-E6

Trivia: "Meltdown" was originally planned to be the first episode of Series IV of Red Dwarf. However, the militaristic tone of this episode - and in particular Dave Lister's strident anti-war speech near The End of the episode - meant it fell foul of the BBC censors. The original planned transmission date (Feb 14 1991) coincided with the outbreak of "Operation Desert Storm" - the Gulf War...and the BBC felt that an "anti-war" episode of Red Dwarf would be inappropriate for a country at war with Iraq.

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Kryten - S2-E1

Question: When Holly is saying about how he has changed music he says that because of the 2 new notes he's made instruments would be bigger. "Triangles will have four sides. Piano keyboards the length of zebra crossings. Course, women will have to be banned from playing the cello." I don't understand the joke about the cello part. Could someone please tell me what he means?

Answer: The cello is a large four-stringed instrument, which, when it is played, stands vertically on the floor between the player's legs (assuming they are seated). If it is to grow as large as the other instuments mentioned will, it would require a rather unseemly lack of femininity to be able to encompass it with the legs.

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