8 Ball Announce New Red Dwarf T-Shirt Designs as Doug Naylor Starts Work on New Series

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Leading t shirt company, 8 Ball, have announced two new t-shirt designs inspired by cult sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf.

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The ‘Give Quiche A Chance’ t-shirt is inspired by one particular Red Dwarf episode in the third series called Polymorph.

According to Digital Spy, Red Dwarf creator, Doug Naylor, has started work on scripts for an eleventh series, in celebration 8 Ball has launched two new t-shirts inspired by the show.

The cult sci-fi comedy has just aired its tenth series of the show to great feedback from fans, twenty-four years after the show began.

The ‘Give Quiche A Chance’ t-shirt is inspired by one particular Red Dwarf episode in the third series called Polymorph. First airing in 1989, if featured an alien called a Polymorph stealing the emotions of the crew, resulting in second technician Arnold Rimmer having his anger removed. This lead to him sporting a beard and glasses with a t-shirt featuring the phrase ‘Give Quiche A Chance’.

The t-shirt is somewhat of an inside joke for ‘Dwarfers’ and would make a great Christmas present for fans of the show.

Another new Red Dwarf inspired design is the Jupiter Mining Corporation t shirt which features a vintage-look print of the company’s logo. JMC is the company that the characters Arnold Rimmer and Dave Lister work for upon the mining ship Red Dwarf – where much of the series is set.

The t-shirts join the existing ‘London Jets’ and ‘Smeg’ designs, with the Jupiter Mining Corporation t-shirt available in both men and women’s fit in a range of colours.

8 Ball is a leading online retailer of unique t-shirts, delivering thousands of items to UK customers in a huge range of different sizes and designs. From funny slogans to classic rock logos, Banksy Tshirts and quirky shirts inspired by pop culture, the tees on offer from the company appeal to all generations and can be printed to order. Call 01785 330220 for more information today.

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