In the aftermath of the battle with their future selves, the crew, resurrected from the dead, due to time paradoxes and Lister is depressed when he learns the curry supplies were destroyed ...
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In the aftermath of the battle with their future selves, the crew, resurrected from the dead, due to time paradoxes and Lister is depressed when he learns the curry supplies were destroyed in the battle. But all hell breaks loose yet again, when Lister uses Kryten's spare-head "Spare Head 2" to take them back into time to get some curries from Earth. Only to change the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and create a alternate dimension.Written by
When the episode aired on PBS in America, the producers contacted the PBS affiliate in Dallas (KERA Channel 13) to see if there were any complaints with regards to the JFK storyline, still considered a sore spot in Dallas. KERA reported that the only complaints were about Kryten cannibalizing a dead body, and nobody mentioned JFK. See more »
The brick walls of the exterior of the book depository wobble when Oswald falls out of the window to his death and then again moments later when the Dwarfers slam into the window frame. See more »
Dallas? Wasn't that the place where that American king got assassinated?
No. It was John something, not Jeff Kay!
JFK, not Jeff Kay, you gimboid! Like the airport. I did a paper on him at school.
I wonder why anybody would want to name their kid after an airport.
The airport was named after the President!
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The DVD release includes "Remastered" versions of both the original and extended versions of the episode. The "Remastered" versions have new CGI effects but are otherwise the same as the non-remastered episodes. See more »