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  • Actors: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Lani John Tupu, Jonathan Hardy
  • Directors: Geoff Bennett, Ian Watson, Tony Tilse
  • Writers: Rockne S. O'Bannon
  • Producers: Andrew Prowse, Emily Skopov, Justin Monjo, Lesley Parker
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2003
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000093NOJ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,349 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Farscape Season 3, Vol. 5" on IMDb

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"Relativity"

The Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad lead by Aeryn's mother, Xhalax Sun, traces Talyn to a Jungle Planet where the gunship is recuperating. When Crichton, Aeryn and Crais divert the squad away from the gunship, they surmise that Talyn might not be the Peacekeepers' only target. Aeryn realizes that the pursuit of Talyn will not stop until Xhalax is dead.

"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.

Customer Reviews

Instead Volume 5 contains 2 episodes included with Volume 3.3.
Bruce A Martin
FARSCAPE has great acting, suberb writing, fantastic special effects and very well developed characters.
nomad
Suffice to say, this show is at it's very best in this final collection of "Farscape"'s third season.
"rsmon77"

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance Bernabo HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 7, 2003
Format: DVD
Season 3 of "Farscape" began with Aeryn Sun dead, but she was brought back to life by Zhaan (who then proceeded to die), so that we are basically able to end up the season right where we started, with another traumatic separation for Crichton and Aeryn. However, before we get to this season's cliffhanger, there are some major plot lines to be resolved regarding Scorpius and Crichton's plan to take him down once and for all:
Episode 63, "I-Yensch, You-Yensch" (Written by Matt Ford, Aired January 21, 2002) begins with Dargo and Rygel actually meeting with Scorpius to negotiate immunity for Moya's crew in exchange for Crichton aiding Scorpius in his wormhole research. To establish good faith, the principle parties get to wear I-Yensch bracelets, which make you feel the pain of the other person: hit Crichton in the head and Scorpius will goes reeling. In this episode, the negotiators get to find out how much fun this can be for themselves. Meanwhile, Talyn, who has become increasingly paranoid, fires on a hospital ship and kills 6,000 innocents. Crais recommends shutting down Talyn and basically resetting him, but neither Talyn nor Moya are receptive to the idea. This episode is a solid one, setting up the first of several key elements for the final story arc. (4 Wormholes)
Episode 64, "Into the Lion's Den, Part 1: Lambs to the Slaughter" (Written by Richard Manning, Aired January 24, 2002) begins with one of those sights we never thought we would see: Crichton, Aeryn and Crais being welcomed aboard Scorpius' command carrier. However, while Crichton and Scorpius begin working on wormholes, Moya's crew begins searching for a way to destroy the vessel if the effort to sabotage the program does not work.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Phil Rosenbach on August 14, 2003
Format: DVD
As you know, ADV Films has released Farscape on DVD since it's first season up until this current release.
What a shame it's been that ADV has not maintained it's consistency for quality.
When the first season was released, there was more extra info and commentaries than one would normally know what to do with. As such, they established a precident that has not been matched since. Yes, the second and third seasons did contain more episodes per disc... but the bonus features which make purchasing DVD's have been grossly neglected.
The Sci-Fi Channel, another unfortunate group which [took away from] us from this groundbreaking show, is still airing re-runs. But regardless of this, I recommend recording these as an addition to your library. Personally, I have found this preferable to buying into an inferior product which will most assuredly be outdated by a later release that may very well include additional commentaries, as well as other longed-for features.
Any Farscape fan would agree that the show deserves better, both from the ADV Films released for the second and thrid seasons, as well as from the Sci-Fi Channel, which would rather feed you the inane dren of Tremors - The Series, and countless substandard exclusive movies.
So I say to you, hold out for buying this current insipid collection, and a higher gratification should eventually be presented to those with patience.
Case in point... keep in mind how many other DVD's have been re-released with additional enhancements within the last cycle?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Taylor on December 10, 2003
Format: DVD
A Farscape mini series is being filmed as you read this. I hear it is to be 4hours and it will complete the story. Sometime in 2004 possibly early in the year it will be released. I'm not sure whether it will be on Sci-Fi channel or not.
So buy all the boxsets of Farscape so you can keep your mind fresh for the conclusion. Right now I'm grining from ear to ear, this is so exciting!! ;-D
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "rsmon77" on September 27, 2003
Format: DVD
Out of season 3 of "Farscape", this collection is the most involving (and at times, the most surprising) you'll find. By this point, our hero, John Crichton has decided to stop the wormhole technology project, headed by the dangerous Scorpius. While the first episode in this set lays out that plan, the gem of this set is the two part "Into the Lion's Den". Loyalties are tested, revelations are dropped, and an incredible sacrifice is made. An next-to-pitch perfect end for the season, except it ends with the follwing episode "Dog With Two Bones". As our heroes deal with the trauma of their conflict with Scorpius, everyone's ready to move on. And before it's all over, one major surprise is revealed, and a serious cliffhanger is laid out to lead into season 4. Suffice to say, this show is at it's very best in this final collection of "Farscape"'s third season.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By petition_girl on September 21, 2003
Format: DVD
These two episodes are very well worth owning.
ADV Films Farscape releases for season three have confused even the most ardent Farscape fan. The "volume" generally has two episodes as opposed to the usual four or five that you'd find on a "collection". Just remember you get what you pay for. On Amazon, it's usually around $30 for a "collection" and around $17 for a two episode volume.
"Relativity" is a 'Talyn episode.' In this ep, the fugitives Crichton, Aeryn, Crais, and Talyn are being pursued by Aeryn's Peacekeeper mother, Xhalax Sun. (And may I just mention, Aeryn and John are finally...'together', warming the hearts of shippers everywhere!)
Xhalax and her Retrieval Squad manage to track the crew down when they land on a planet to give Talyn a chance to rest and heal from injuries. Farscapian mayhem ensues, wherein Crichton stakes Crais out like a sacrificial goat, we discover Rygel really DOESN'T have an unselfish bone in his body, and Crais executes Xhalax (or does he?!). And the tag scene between Crichton and Aeryn is definitely worth sticking around for.
"Incubator" is a 'Moya episode.' Well, it's actually more of a Scorpius episode, though the Moya crew features. In this ep, we learn a lot about Scorpius' wormhole research and how far he's come. Which is to say, he can make wormholes, but his pilots always turn to goo when they come back.
Trying to figure out where his research is going wrong, he questions the 'Crichton' contained in the neural chip (Scorpy's got his very own Harvey!). Trying to convince this Crichton-echo to give him wormhole equations, Scorpius reveals scenes from his past. This episode contains some harsh subject matter, including rape and torture. Not for the little 'uns.
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