Kryten: "They've taken Mr Rimmer! Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!"
Cat: "Quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!":rolly2:
Back To Reality:
Rimmer: "I'm not a hologram."
Kryten: "I'm half-human."
Cat: "And what the HEll's happened to my TEETH??!!"
Rimmer: "Did you hear that, sir? He called me a smeghead!"
Todhunter: "Oh, Rimmer! You ARE a smeghead!"
Thanks For The Memory:
Lister: "What are you, a man or a munchkin?"
Rimmer (singing): "I'm off to see the wizard. The wonderful wizard of Oz!"
Legion: "I'm capable of quite insane behaviour."
(Legion stabs himself in the hand with a scalpel, causing the Dwarfers to hold their hands in pain).
Kryten: "But this is crazy! Hurting us is hurting yourself!"
Legion: "One more hint of insurrection and the scalpel ends up...here!" (He aims for his groin)
Kryten: "That kind of tough talk doesn't scare us!"
Everyone else: "YES IT DOES!!!":rolly2:
I don't know if this Red Dwarf one has been said yet, but either way it begs to be said more than once.
RIMMER: Look, I'm sick of hearing about these
stupid cats! My concerns are slightly more meaningful than what
coloured stupid smegging cardboard hat I'm wearing! I'm trying to
decipher this! This is science, laddie! You can smirk, Lister, but I
believe the Quagaars--
RIMMER: Quagaaaars! It's a name I made up! Double A, actually! I
believe the Quagaars have the technology to give me a new body!
Kryten: "Well, the Space Corps Directive 195 clearly states that in an emergency power situation a hologrammatic crew member must be shut off in order that the living crew members might survive."
Rimmer: "Yes, but Rimmer Directive 271 states just as clearly 'No chance, you metal b******'."
"Do me lemon, 6 is a poor IQ for a glass of water."
Rimmer: I want a triple fried egg sandwich with... Lister: With chili sauce and chutney. Holly: You what? Lister: It's a state-of-the-art sarnie. Holly: It's the state of the floor I'm worried about. All right, okay. Lister: Trust me. Rimmer: I think I'm having a baby. Lister: It's good, innit? Rimmer: It's incredible. Where did you get the recipe? Lister: I can't remember. I think it was a book on bacteriological warfare. Rimmer: It's like a cross between food and bowel surgery.