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  • Katerina Bartokovsky
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  • Katerina Bartokovsky is the antagonist from Red Dwarf episode Back to Earth (Part 1) and Back to Earth (Part 2). She is actually a product of the Boys' hallucinations which she is an arrogant and strict Hologram in who tries to get rid of Rimmer. She is portrayed by Sophie Winkleman.
  • In a hallucination induced by the ink of a despair squid, the crew encounter Katerina Bartokovsky. In this hallucination, Katerina was the science officer of the Red Dwarf before the accident. She is of Russian heritage and speaks with a strong accent. Her personality is strict, serious, and judgmental, with a certain amount of scientific genius and arrogance. She suddenly appears as a hard-light hologram in "Back to Earth, Part One" after Rimmer's negligence nearly results in the death of his crew mates. She uses her superior rank to make herself ship's hologram and tries to have Rimmer deactivated and destroyed; it is also evident that she has personal disdain for him. Meanwhile, she attempts to bring Lister home with a device she made with a mining laser and the DNA of a dimension hoppi
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type of villain
  • Rival / Jerk / Gadgeteer
Appearances
Goals
  • Delete Rimmer
Origin
  • Unknown
  • Red Dwarf
Skills
  • Technical and leadership skills, charisma, blackmails
Actor
Name
  • Katerina Bartokovsky
alteregos
  • None
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Alias
  • Mizzt Bartokovsky, Kremlin Kate
Hobby
  • Insult and threaten Rimmer
Occupation
  • Science officer, Hologram
Family
  • Unknown
Fullname
  • Katerina Bartokovsky
Race
Size
  • 300
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  • In a hallucination induced by the ink of a despair squid, the crew encounter Katerina Bartokovsky. In this hallucination, Katerina was the science officer of the Red Dwarf before the accident. She is of Russian heritage and speaks with a strong accent. Her personality is strict, serious, and judgmental, with a certain amount of scientific genius and arrogance. She suddenly appears as a hard-light hologram in "Back to Earth, Part One" after Rimmer's negligence nearly results in the death of his crew mates. She uses her superior rank to make herself ship's hologram and tries to have Rimmer deactivated and destroyed; it is also evident that she has personal disdain for him. Meanwhile, she attempts to bring Lister home with a device she made with a mining laser and the DNA of a dimension hopping squid (the hallucination's explanation for the despair squid), which the rest of the crew enter through to get back to Earth, which allows Rimmer to escape deletion. She later encounters Rimmer in a street on Earth, claiming to have gone through a second portal, where they discuss the morals of deleting holograms. Katerina argues that since holograms are simulated dead humans, then killing them is fine. Using this logic, Rimmer pushes her into traffic, whisking her away. She is never seen again. Some take it that her light bee must have been destroyed, but then she is hard light, described by Legion as "practically indestructible." Her nicknames include "Mizzt Bartokovsky" and "Kremlin Kate". Despite her mean streak, her character is described by Kryten as "absolutely flawless", after being ordered to find "dirt" on her by Rimmer. It should be noted that the episodes claim that their hallucination, as all do in the Red Dwarf universe, created an alternate reality where she in fact does exist.
  • Katerina Bartokovsky is the antagonist from Red Dwarf episode Back to Earth (Part 1) and Back to Earth (Part 2). She is actually a product of the Boys' hallucinations which she is an arrogant and strict Hologram in who tries to get rid of Rimmer. She is portrayed by Sophie Winkleman.