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Red Dwarf - Justice

episode 4.3

UK 1991
produced by
Ed Bye, Rob Grant, Doug Naylor for Grant Naylor/BBC
directed by Ed Bye
starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn, Hattie Hayridge, Nicholas Ball
written by Rob Grant, Doug Naylor

TV-series
Red Dwarf

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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On their way through the universe, the crew of the Red Dwarf - the last human Lister (Craig Charles), the after-death hologram Rimmer (Chris Barrie), the robot Kryten (Robert Llewellyn), the cat evolved to human form Cat (Danny John-Jules) & the halfwit computer Holly (Hatty Hayridge) - discover yet another UFO, & on it a cryogenically frozen being - which might be a beautiful female, or a brutal killer cyborg. Since the crew doesn't want to take any chances, they want to wake whoever it is up on Justice Planet so he/she/it can be contained should he/she/it be malevolent. On Justice Planet though, the crew is subjected to the mindprobe, which detects guilt in any beings mind & hands out punishment accordingly - & it detects punishable guilt in Rimmer, who was responsible for the desaster on the Red Dwarf 3 million years ago in the first place (see episode The End), & he gets a sentence of about 10,000 years. Only thanks to Kryten's defense in court which proves Rimmer way too incompetent to cause same desaster - in fact a complete idiot who feels guilty for that desaster only out of over-estmation - does he go free at last ...

But what about the cryogenically frozen being you might ask - he/she/it turned out to be a homicidal cyborg (Nicholas Ball) after all, who chases them through a few corridors before entering the justice zone, where every injustice is done unto oneself, thus the cyborg ends his own existence.

 

Not only is the ending - the death of the cyborg in justice zone - heralded about halfway through the episode & so loses most of its impact, the story also falls into two totally independent narrative strings - the trial of Rimmer, the crew versus the cyborg - & when the trial-story - which is rather funny by the way - is over, the audience is left without caring too much about the rest of the story, which is rather routine sci-fi adventure without comic elements safe from above mentioned punchline, which - beswides from coming totally expected - is played out for wway too long.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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