Red DwarfLeft to deal with the universe single-handedly, Lister is having a bit of trouble adjusting, and Kryten has to restrain himself from doing everything for him. Kochanski suggests using Kryten’s supply of internal self-repair nanobots to perform reconstructive surgery on Lister, but Kryten’s nanobots mutnied a long time ago. If the nanobots could be found, they could rearrange matter on the atomic level, but the last time Kryten remembers having them was on the mission to investigate the S.S.S. Esperanto hundreds of years ago – which also happens to be when the crew lost track of Red Dwarf.

These events are all linked, but not in a way that any of them can imagine.

Order the DVDswritten by Paul Alexander, James Hendrie & Doug Naylor
directed by Ed Bye
music by Howard Goodall

Guest Cast: Norman Lovett (Holly)

LogBook entry by Earl Green

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