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Red Dwarf VI


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A double bill from the comedy sci-fi series.
Stoke Me a Clipper. Rimmer's much more dashing alter ego, Ace Rimmer , arrives on Starbug terminally wounded and with an extraordinary request.
11.50 Ouroboros. When two realities converge within a wormhole, Lister meets his ex-girlfriend
Kristine Kochanski. Overloading with jealousy, Kryten starts to plot Kochanski's immediate return to her own dimension.
Writers Paul Alexander , Doug Naylor ; Producer/Director Ed Bye


Unknown: Ace Rimmer
Unknown: Kristine Kochanski.
Unknown: Paul Alexander
Unknown: Doug Naylor
Lister: Craig Charles
Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn
Cat: Danny John-Jules
The King: Brian Cox
Captain Voorhese: Ken Morley
The Queen: Sarah Alexander
Good Knight: John Thompson
Kochanski: Chloe Annett
Frank: Gary Bleasdale

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