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Red Dwarf - Tikka to Ride

episode 7.1

UK 1997
produced by
Ed Bye, Doug Naylor (executive) for Grant Naylor/BBC
directed by Ed Bye
starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn, Toby Aspin, Michael Shannon, Peter Gaitens, Robert Ashe
written by Doug Naylor, created by Rob Grant, Doug Naylor

Red Dwarf, JFK

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In the last episode of season 6 (Out of Time), the entire crew of Red Dwarf - Lister (Craig Charles), Rimmer (Chris Barrie), Cat (Danny John-Jules) & their robot Kryten (Robert Llewellyn) - were killed off by their future selves. But since one can't kill off his own past self without causing some great paradoxon, in season 7, the crew is back on board ... only their vindaloo-supplies are gone, which is bad news for Lister, a curry-a-holic.

So witht he help of Kryten, whose computer mind he has somehow altered, he persuades the others to go back in time to get some vindaloo, somehow convincing them that this will not cause any disturbances in the time line.

Unfortunately though, when they land in 1963 Dallas Texas, they accidently push Lee Harvey Oswald (Toby Aspin) out the window just before he can kill JFK (Michael Shannon). The results: JFK did not turn the USA into the land of milk and honey, instead he is impeached & even imprisoned after one of his afairs is exposed.After one of JFK's affairs is exposed. J.Edgar Hoover becomes new president but is soon enough blackmailed by the mob, & eventually the USSR wins the Cold War and the Space Race, which results in the fact that there will be no Red Dwarf in the first place.

So the Red Dwarfers go back to that day in 1963 again to prevent their other selves from interfering with Oswald - which causes Oswald to go to another store to shoot the president from there ... & he misses, & history hasn't been changed at all. Oswald though is useless, because in every storey of the building he wants to shoot from, he is bound to bump into the Red Dwarfers, so Lister comes up with the idea of a second gun man ... but neither he nor his colleagues want to have their hands in murder, so Lister comes up witht he only person who might be willing to shoot JFK for the sake of the country: JFK.

However, the ending brings us back to the beginning of the story, how can the future JFK shoot his past self.


Somehow this is one episode to be indecisive about: on one hand it features a great new version of the second gunman theory in the Kennedy assassination, on the other had it is crammed with many stupid jokes, & the characters - especially Rimmer - don't really seem to be their own selves anymore. & most of all, the story unfortunately ends on exactly that paradoxon it has started with, only this time it seems, with different results (after all, JFK did die, didn't he ?).


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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