Farscape - Season 3, Collection 1 (Starburst Edition)
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Season of Death-The season premiere sees Crichton left incapacitated, while the rest of the crew attempt to save him. That becomes difficult when a Scarren arrives on the scene looking for Crichton, while at the same time, Scorpius manipulates the situation behind the scenes. This episode also sees Crichton confront and win a victory of the neural clone in his head, and the return of a friend thought to be dead by the crew (though we the fans knew she couldn't be really dead). This is an action packed adventure episode with compelling emotional drama, and one of Farscape's best installments.
Suns and Lovers-D'Argo intends to ask Chiana to marry him, but finds out she has been sleeping with D'Argo's son, Jothee, sending D'Argo and his crewmates on an emotional roller coaster. In the meantime, Crichton and crew attempt to stop a religious fanatic from destroying a station full of people, and on the way, Aeryn and Crichton have a discussion about relieving some tensions. All in all, a bit of a soap opera like episode, but still an excellent episode.
Self Inflicted Wounds, Parts 1&2-This two part adventure sees Moya collide and become entangled with an alien ship that travels through wormholes. Crichton attempts to use the opportunity to learn about wormholes, but things get tense when a monster appears on the scene and Moya is sabotaged by an apparently invisible opponent. In order for the crew to escape, on the crew must sacrifice his or her life to save everyone else.Read more ›
Episode 301, "Season of Death" (Written by Richard Manning, Aired March 16, 2001) has the good news that Scorpius' neural chip has finally been removed from Chrichton outweighed by the fact he can not speak, a "clone" of the personality of Scorpius remains in his mind, and Aeryn is dead awaiting a Peacekeeper's funeral. Although Moya's crew makes a series of touching farewells to Officer Sun, Zhaan (Virginia Hey) has an idea. On the one hand bringing back the leading lady of the series from the dead was a bit too easy, but on the other it is clear in retrospect that we are being set up for a series of much more permanent demises by the end of the season (Four Wormholes).
Episode 302, "Suns and Lovers" (Written by Justin Monjo, Aired March 23, 2001), as the title indicates, is a pun on the infamous D.H. Lawrence novel and on target because the lovers end up being Chiana (Gigi Edgley) and Jothee, son of D'Argo (Anthony Simcoe). The main plot has to do with Moya's crew heading to a Commerce Station to spend their spoils, but a violent storm of unnatural origin hits the station.Read more ›
We can only hope that ADV will offer a trade in offer on those releases already out to upgrade to the problem free collection.Read more ›
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Literally bursting with action and adventure! Seems like John Crichton and crew mates are always getting themselves into jam which is why I personally refer to the series as... Read morePublished on February 4, 2014 by Bert Tram
All the DVDs are in great shape and all features worked fine. I have been waiting a long time to get this series and I am very happy with my purchase.Published on January 11, 2013 by Chris
I enjoyed the show when it was first broadcast, and I was happy to see this on the amazon site.
Don't buy it for the extras. Buy it for the show, itself. Read more
These four episodes get the third season off to a strong start. There will be some major shake-ups in the supporting cast and some important story arcs will gain momentum. Read morePublished on May 25, 2009 by David Bonesteel
Some of you, the smart ones, know that Aeryn is too cute and smart to die. But Farscape, while wild and weird, needs to follow some rules. So when somebody dies, somebody dies. Read morePublished on August 26, 2008 by Michael Valdivielso
The start of the season left me in suspense as I have been waiting for some John/Aeryn action since before I even picked up the series. Read morePublished on May 8, 2008 by J. Marts
Farscape is tied with Red Dwarf and the Stargates as one of my favorite shows of all time. I love the starburst editions for their price and the considerably smaller shelf space... Read morePublished on May 7, 2007 by Just A Guy
I started watching Farscape in Season 3. I watched all episodes and reruns I could get my hands on. I think they were INSANE to drop it from television. Read morePublished on April 2, 2007 by Charles Cooper
The Farscape series follows in the path of the best (and most innovative) science fiction series and easily stands on its own against the giants. Read morePublished on January 26, 2007 by v
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