Red DwarfCat spots something which may be either a wiggly thing or a swirly thing, but is actually an unstable interdimensional rift not unlike a swirly thing, and in engineering a linkway opens up to another dimension (rather like a wiggly thing). Lister, Cat and Kryten meet their counterparts from another dimension, a dimension in which things happened a little differently – Kristine Kochanski, not Lister, was put in stasis and revived three million years later; and Lister, not Rimmer, was revived as a hologram to keep her sane. But a ship full of angry GELFs (quite ugly things) attacks, leaving Kochanski marooned in an unfamilar universe with a familiar but unsavory crew, one of whom also happens to be the salvation of humanity.

Order the DVDswritten by Doug Naylor
directed by Ed Bye
music by Howard Goodall

Guest Cast: Gary Bleasdale (Frank), Juliet Griffiths (Barmaid), Adrienne Posta (Flight Announcer), Alexander John-Jules (baby Lister)

LogBook entry by Earl Green

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