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Red Dwarf given the Futurama Treatment

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We're suckers for this sort of thing. From Gervais, Pilkington and Merchant as Simpsons characters to internet meme movie posters if you marry two great things to produce a third great thing, you've got ShortList's support.

Take a bow, then, artist Robin Meyer who has thrown the wonderful world of Red Dwarf into the blender with Matt Groening's Futurama. It has us wondering how the meeting of Lister and Bender might pan out. Rather well, is our guess.

The first episode of Red Dwarf is available to download for free for the next two days from iTunes (UK).

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