TV REVIEW | Red Dwarf XII Episode 4: Mechocracy


So after a very divisive episode last week, we are presented with a very uniting one this week.

Mechocracy has been hailed as one of the best episodes since series 6 and it’s easy to see why.

This episode has Rimmer and Lister bickering, Kryten on cheeky form, the Cat in a bit of a pickle and the return of an old “friend” or rather “frennimy”.

The Dwarfers find themselves in trouble when all the machines go on strike and demand a leader to do their bidding. Soon the boys find themselves locked in a gloves-at-dawn election battle complete with smear campaigns and Rimmer (or rather Chris Barrie) doing a pitch-perfect David Cameron impression.
A wonderful idea with some very nostalgic moments that fit seamlessly into the episode and reminds us of the fact that this series leads us into the 30th anniversary year.

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Red Dwarf continues on Dave TV tonight at 9PM

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