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Red Dwarf

10 Seasons

Season 10
4.7 out of 5 stars (389) IMDb 8.4/10

This pre-air premiere of Red Dwarf brings space battles, quantum entanglement, and love triangles with snack dispensers, and these are just some of the problems facing the Dwarfers. The posse also stumble across the mysteriously abandoned SS Trojan while Lister grapples with the problem of being his own father and Kryten and Cat become quantum entangled, forcing them to do everything in unison.

Starring:
Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules

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Season 10

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1. Trojan

Rimmer receives an SOS Distress Call from a doomed ship commanded by his all-conquering brother, Howard. But Rimmer can't bring himself to save Howard until he's on an equal footing career-wise. He has 15 hours to pass his Astro-Nav exam and become an Officer. The same exam he's already failed nine times.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 4, 2012
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2. Fathers and Suns

Every year Lister sends himself a Father's Day card to celebrate the fact that he is his own father but when Rimmer points out he's been a lousy father to himself Lister decides to do something about it. Meantime Rimmer and Kryten install a new computer, the beautiful, but lethally logical, Pree.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 11, 2012
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3. Lemons

Marooned in Britain in 23 AD, the Dwarfers need an 8 volt battery to power up their Returner Remote and get home. Remembering a lesson from school Rimmer suggests they make a battery out of lemons but the nearest lemon to Britain in 23 AD is in India 4,000 miles away. They begin their journey, a journey that will ultimately lead to a meeting that could alter the entire history of civilization.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 18, 2012
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4. Entangled

Lister loses Rimmer in a game of poker to a group of Biologically Engineered Life Forms and in return gets an unwanted gift: a groinal exploder programmed to detonate in 24 hours unless Lister pays his debts. Meantime Kryten and Cat become quantum entangled and much to their horror do everything in perfect unison.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 25, 2012
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5. Dear Dave

Lister has women trouble when he gets himself in a love triangle with Snack Dispensers 23 and 34 and then to make matters worse gets a letter from an old girlfriend telling him she's pregnant and it might be his. Lister and Rimmer hunt through the mountain of letters from the Mail pod to discover if Lister is finally a Dad.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: November 1, 2012
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6. The Beginning

Hiding in an Asteroid, surrounded by a Simulant Death Ship and a fleet of Annihilators, the Dwarfers begin to wonder whether this is the beginning of the end. Only one man can save them, unfortunately that man is Arnold J Rimmer.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: November 8, 2012
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By Kristen on November 5, 2012
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if you are a fan of red dwarf this is nothing short of a god send. this series is as good if not better than the original i especially love "fathers and sons" possibly the best Lister episode to date. at first i was worded this would be some ham handed attempt to cash in on a old favorite of mine, but much to my surprise its as good as it could possibly be! a credit to those how brought back the small rouge one.
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I have to admit when I heard they were doing another season I was worried that they were "going to jump the shark" with it. I couldn't have been more wrong and I can certainly tell you with no reservations that they did a fantastic job. Its great to see all the crew together again!!

I might buy 2 just to make sure they do another season!!
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Having waited seemingly forever for Red Dwarf to REALLY return (not counting the lackluster Red Dwarf: Back to Earth), I am delighted to report that the wait was worth it! Red Dwarf X recaptures the feel of the original Series 1 thru 6, especially with the use of a live audience. And the show is FUNNY again, which didn't happen very often in series 7, 8 and "Back to Earth."

[Minor Spoilers Ahead]

Sidestepping (or rather, ignoring completely) any continuity issues, Series X gives the fans back what made the show work best during its heyday: Lister, Rimmer, Cat and Kryten aboard the mining ship Red Dwarf, encountering all manner of cosmic and comic situations. The best of these 6 shiny new episodes are character-driven, such as the excellent "Fathers and Suns." And where else but on Red Dwarf would you find characters traveling back in time, picking up Jesus, then having to give him an emergency operation for kidney stones ("Lemons")?

The only thing really missing is Holly, the ship's original computer. But you just may find yourself laughing too hard to notice. And credit must really be given to the four principal actors for stepping back into their roles with such apparent ease. And everyone has aged extremely well, especially when you consider they've been playing these roles for about 25 years. The show itself looks very polished, but not in a distracting way like Series 7 did.

As with previous series releases, this one has bonus disc with a lengthy documentary, plus that good ol' fan-favorite, the Smeg Ups. All in all, a very solid continuation of a cult show that, happily, refuses to die. Highly recommended.
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I loved this season. While not up there with the best season they did in the past I can't judge based on that since people like different season best due to personal taste.
It was great seeing the old crew back together with a live audience and creative solution to the budget.
Some highlights:
The dwarfers meet Jesus.
Rimmer gets some peace with his past.
Lister gets a lesson in responsibility from his father - himself.
I can't say too much without giving it away to the lucky few who are fans and havn't seen it yet.
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If you liked the original style of Red Dwarf, when it was just four dumb guys marooned in space, grab this now! It perfectly re-captures the zany antics of our favorite Smegheads, with a slightly better budget than the first go around. I could see every one of these episodes fitting into, say, season 3, perfectly. Buy it now. Even if you were a little put off by Back to Earth, Series X is a return to everything that made this series brilliant to begin with. Make sure to watch the special features; Cat will make it personally worth your while. ;)
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Red Dwarf X is a brand new series (or season, to us Yanks) of Red Dwarf, more than a decade since the last such season. This alone is cause for celebration among us Dwarfers. Though certainly not as good as it was in its prime, the boys can still elicit the laughs.

This time around we have only four major cast member, our core four if you will: Lister, Cat, Kryten, and Rimmer (as a hologram again). The boys are back on the Dwarf, not in prison, and the rest of the crew is absent, including Kochanski, as is Holly. For those wondering, there is never an explanation given as to the resolution of Series 8's cliffhanger ending, nor why Rimmer is a hologram again. We're just kind of thrust into the boys in their current situation, without any real backstory to fill the gaps.

As I mentioned above, these six episodes are clearly not the best the series has had to offer. However, there is still much here to love for a true fan of the series. The actors are as true to their characters as they ever were, and to a fan like myself it brings a smile just to see them on screen again. Couple that with the trademark Dwarf humor, and this is one fan who is eagerly awaiting the announce of a series 11! Or 9. Or whatever these crazy guys do next!
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I've been a Red Dwarf fan for decades. I liked the rawnes of the first 2 series, the increased complexity of the series 3 & 4, and the polished entertainment of series 5 & 6. Series 7 was horrible. Series 8 was, IMHO, almost as good as series 5 & 6. "Back to Earth" struggled, but was still better than series 7. Series 10 again reminded me of series 5 & 6. SO depending on which part of Red Dwarf's history you preferred, you may like it as much as I did as it harkens back to the best Red Dwarf produced.
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