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Farscape, Season 3, Collection 3 (1999)

Ben Browder , Claudia Black , Andrew Prowse  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Virginia Hey, Anthony Simcoe, Kent McCord
  • Directors: Andrew Prowse
  • Writers: Rockne S. O'Bannon
  • Producers: Kris Noble, Matt Carroll, Naren Shankar, Richard Clendinnen, Rockne S. O'Bannon
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2003
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000093NOL
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #548,456 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Episode 310: RelativityEpisode 311: Incubator
With his wormhole research stalling, Scorpius inserts the original neurochip into his own brain. He shows the Crichton Clone his brutal upbringing at the hands of the Scarrans, hoping to persuade him to decode the wormhole equations. Meanwhile, a defecting Peacekeeper scientist offers the real Crichton the secret of wormhole travel in exchange for Moya.

Episode 312: Meltdown
Talyn draws dangerously close to a star, pulled by a mysterious force. Two alien beings appear on board: the timid Sierjna and her captor, Mu-Quillus. Mu-Quillus is responsible for the radiation pulses that are compelling Talyn to fly into the sun. Stark makes a pact with Sierjna to free her spirit from Mu-Quillus, but his quest puts the rest of the crew in peril.

Episode 313: Scratch 'N Sniff
Crichton, D'Argo, Chiana and Jool alight on a pleasure planet for some rest and recreation. When Chiana and Jool go missing, Crichton and D'Argo are approached by Raxil, a wily alien with information on their whereabouts. Raxil leads them to Fe'tor, a notorious maker of Freslin-a drug Fe'tor extracts from sentient beings, including his captives, Chiana and Jool. DVD Features: Aliens Encountered; updated character histories for Jool, Stark, Scorpius, and Scorpius Neural Clone; sets, props, and costumes; official episode synopses; and Previews.. Spoken Languages: English

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Well, trying to explain what has come before this volume for the novice and uninitiated is next to pointless, but for those in the know, this is another solid collection of episodes from the shows' third season. "Relativity" deals with tough-chick Aeryn Sun and her serious quandry of her mother being sent by ther Peacekeepers to bring our heroes in. The solution is not pretty and one that comes back to haunt her later on in the season. "Incubator" is a chilling tale of bad-guy Scorpius' past, and boy, it's not one easily forgotten. "Meltdown" involves our heroes getting dragged towards a sun by a bizarre force. "Scratch N' Sniff" is easily one of the more bizarre episodes of the show, involving a bickering crew and a shore leave gone horribly awry. It's a welcome lighthearted trip from the gloom and drama that fills this set, but the whole collection is still good. Recommended (unless your new, then I recommend checking out the show from the beginning).
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First, to be clear on what you will find on Volume 3 of Season 3 of "Farscape," it is episodes 5, 6 and 7, not 8 and 9, which are on Volume 4. At this point in the season the successful attempt to bring Aeryn back from the dead has cost Zhaan her life, and Moya's crew now has to carry out without the blue skinned priestess:
Episode 5, "... Different Destinations" (Written by Steve Worland, First Aired April 13, 2001) is one of the most emotionally devastating "Farscape" episodes ever, which is really saying something. While visiting a memorial that honors the peace treaty made between the Peacekeepers and the Venek Horde a temporal rift opens and Crichton, Aeryn, D'Argo and Jool are pulled back in time to when the monastary was the scene of the great siege. As they try to stay alive and get back to their own time, Crichton and the others realize that every thing they do is changing the course of history, with profound effects (which the rest of the crew on Moya in the "present" can see as the planet below them changes). Crichton desperately tries to find a way to make everything right again while Aeryn learns the truth about a famous Peacekeeper hero and D'Argo befriends a young girl. Far warning: you will be emotionally drained by the end of this one, a classic example of how great time travel stories can be when written intelligently. (5+ Wormholes)
"Eat Me" (Written by Matt Ford, April 20, 2001) finds Crichton, Chaina, D'Argo and Jool landing on an old, diseased Leviathan when their Transport Pod is damaged. Since the Leviathan wears a Peacekeeper Control Collar the gang is on the lookout for Peacekeepers, but instead all they find are mutant scavengers and Kaarvok, a madman who likes to eat brain matter and who has the power to "twin" any living being.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Interviews August 14, 2003
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I'm a fan so I think the episodes are great, nuff said. The extras include long interviews with Wayne Pygram (Scorpius) and Gigi Edgeley (Chiana). Pygram claimed not to have aspired to be an actor, which makes you wonder how he turned out to be so incredibly self-absorbed. He refers to himself in the third person several times, always a bad sign. I wonder if anyone has told him he's not the star of the show. Gigi was much more charming and interesting, and it's nice to see her without the gray paint. She seems to be much more like her character (fun!) than Pygram is. Each disk has a deleted scene, some trailers and promos.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Rating is based on DVD quality, not series quality December 28, 2003
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This Rating is based on DVD Quality, not Series Quality
First, I am a huge Farscape fan. I believe it is the best Science Fiction TV series - and the sci-fi channel was stupid to cancel it.
Now, the only issues I have with this DVD set is the DVD quality. The sound quality is awful!! In Relativity, it sounds as if the boom-operator was widely swinging his microphone because the sound would decrease suddenly mid-sentence. I'm not sure if it was technical errors on part of the crew or an issue with the DVD. I happen to lean towards the later, because at times, the whole soundtrack (music and dialog) will decrease in volume.
Other than sound issues, it's a great DVD
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1 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Warning about A.D. Vision and owners of disc changers October 28, 2003
By A Customer
A.D. Vision has taken to labeling there DVD's with Disc1 or DiscA type of labeling. This of course makes it pretty hard to tell which disc is which when you bring your disc menu. So you are stuck using the EZ Play slot on the Sony DVP CX870D 300 +1 DVD player. Otherwise Farscape is great!
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