Series 3 Dwarfs Predecessors
After the reruns of the second series began to generate hype for the underestimated BBC Science Fiction Comedy in the early 90's, "Red Dwarf" came back a very different feel to it. The series, though still as character driven as ever, had alot more room to breathe. New sets were introduced by the talent of Mel Bibby, allowing more areas for the crew to congregate, while still keeping the much admired bunk-room exchanges. The series also grew in terms of it's character base, including the addition of Kryten (Robert Llewellyn replacing Series 2's David Ross) and the newly-sex changed Holly (Hattie Hayridge replacing Normon Lovett). Other, more short term characters, included the emotion driven Polymorph and Hudzen 10. The show, while adding more science fiction elements to its ever-tight plotlines, kept in tune with the standards in writing Dwarfers knew and loved. This season, while different, stands out not only for its new format, but for it's amazing display of talent, writing, and genius.
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