|01||01||I'm Sorry. Do You Know Where I Am?||20020827|
|01||02||Ho, Ho, Ho, Look At That! That's Disgusting!||20020903|
|01||03||The Flying Dream||20020910|
|01||04||The Saucy Dream||20020917|
|01||05||The Chester Awards||20020924|
|01||06 LAST||The Deja Vue Department||20021001|
|02||01||Dead-tired Man Walking||20031016|
Chester has a cold, and his girlfriend has persuaded him to take a herbal remedy. This doesn't bode well for the REM actors.
|02||02||In The Heat Of The Nightie||20031023|
Chester has a cold, and his girlfriend has persuaded him to take a herbal remedy. This doesn't bode well for the REM actors who find themselves sweltering in 100 degree temperatures, having to perform a swirly ill dream.
|02||03||I Know What You Did Last Slumber||20031030|
Chester is having problems with his sleeping - he's doing too much of it, and as a consequence the REM are worn out as they're having to perform at least 15 dreams a day. But that's not the worst problem they face, as Chester prepares to attend a sleep clinic.
|02||04||Where Ego's Dare||20031106|
The REM are gearing up for a big boxing match - Id versus Superego. It's essential that the match be a draw so that Chester can maintain a healthy personality balance. What would happen to him if one of them won doesn't bear thinking about.
|02||05||Bed Boy Bubby||20031113|
There's bad news all round when Chester is hit by a car and ends up in a coma. As all good REM's know, when people are knocked into unconsciousness, they literally are - which means that Chester is wandering around in his own REM.
|02||06 LAST||Coma Lone||20031120|
Chester has fallen asleep on the beginnings of an idea, but the doors to his unconscious were accidentally left open at the time and it's dropped through into his REM. Unfortunately it's manifested itself in the form of a baby.
|03||01||Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Cheese||20041005|
Karl Minns' comedy about a man who has a company of actors in his head performing his nightly dreams returns for a third series, starring Dave Lamb as Chester and featuring Chris Langham as the Narrator. Due to Meryl's failed affair with REM DJ Ken Waller, Chester finds himself with a tune stuck in his head - and to make matters worse, it's 'The Birdie Song' which is driving him, and the REM, completely round the bend.
|03||02||The Dirty Dozing||20041012|
The REM find themselves in a bit of a DIY rut, and as a result perform a 'Changing Rooms' type makeover on Chester's mind. Unfortunately the King Arthur theme has given Chester a very non 21st century and uncharacteristically cHIValrous outlook on life.
Butterworth decides that it's about time Chester rediscovered his spiritual side.
|03||04 LAST||The Return Of The Shadow||20041026|
He's been trapped in a flycatcher for two years. But now the REM's worst nightmare is about to be unleashed once again with consequences more extreme than even Miss Maury could have foreseen on her clipboard. Chester and the REM face the return of - The Shadow.