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"Til the Blood Runs Clear ": While out studying solar flares in his module, Crichton unexpectedly creates a wormhole. Aeryn manages to pull the module away before they're sucked in. They are forced to land at the Dambada Depot where they discover a Wanted Beacon offering a reward for the return of Zhaan, D'Argo, and Rygel. When confronted by two vicious Bloodtrackers determined to get the reward, Crichton and Aeryn must also impersonate bounty hunters. The situation gets even more complicated when D'Argo comes down to the planet and is captured by the Bloodtrackers…

"Rhapsody in Blue": The crew wakes to find Moya has StarBurst on her own accord to answer the distress call of another Leviathan. But the call was merely a psychic ruse by a stranded Delvian sect who needs Zhaan's powers to heal their leader, Tahleen, from madness. Crichton and the rest of the crew are helpless as they become victims of the sect's mystical powers, as Tahleen attempts to steal Zhaan's soul!

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The blood in question in "Till the Blood Runs Clear" belongs to the warrior D'Argo, and it starts to flow when he's captured by a pair of feral Bloodtrackers, mercenaries who look as lovely as their name would suggest. The obsessed Peacekeeper Captain Crais has put a bounty on the heads of D'Argo, Zhaan, and Rygel, which Crichton and Aeryn discover when they set down on a desert planet for repairs but neglect to tell their shipmates.

"Rhapsody in Blue" takes Moya and her crew to a remote Delvian outpost, where the head priestess has lured Zhaan to help her keep her madness in check, or so she says. There's something more sinister going on in this power grab, and it has something to do with Zhaan's dark, criminal past. The crew is paralyzed in self-pity and Crichton is on the verge of an emotional breakdown, but Zhaan's torment as her past comes flooding back gives this episode its punch. --Sean Axmaker


Special Features

  • Episodes contain previously unbroadcast footage
  • Moya, Leviathan Transport Ship and Pilot: video profile and image gallery
  • Conceptual drawings

Product Details

  • 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 (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: September 4, 2001
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005M91F
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #234,126 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Farscape Season 1, Vol. 6 - Till the Blood Runs Clear/Rhapsody in Blue" on IMDb

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 5, 2001
Format: DVD
In short, Farscape is the most brilliant science-fiction television show in television history. The absolute best way to see them are on DVD. The picture and colors are amazing, and you get the complete episodes. On Sci-Fi, at least 5 minutes are trimmed out of every episode, unlike in the UK, where they get to see the whole thing. Now, we can too!
These two episodes are wonderful, by the way, particularly in character development.
Oh, and as far as the extras, it turns out that there were no commentaries for the past few disks, because of licensing problems. At a recent Science Fiction convention, a rep from ADV films, who produce this disk, said that this problem has been cleared up, and the commentaries, and much more features will return by the 11th volume, and will be for all volumes after that. So don't stop buying the DVDs...The lack of extras is not the DVD producers' fault and they are returning them soon!
Personally, the amazing picture quality and extra scenes are reason enough to buy these DVDs. The extras are just icing on the cake!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Kahane on March 6, 2002
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One of the things that the FARSCAPE tv series does so well is explore the boundaries of television science fiction and take on the task of giving their stories interesting turns and twists of both plot and characterisation. The sixth DVD disc of the first season is no exception to this rule.
The first episode on this disc is "Till the Blood Runs Clear." In the story, Crichton and Aeryn, while out researching wormholes, are forced to land on the desert world of Dam-Ba-Da, and seek the help of the mechanic Furlow to repair Farscape 1. They discover that there are warning beacons out on the characters now, and Crichton and Aeryn are forced to pretend to be a pair of bounty hunters when they encounter two Vorcarians, seeking the rewards for the fugitives. Complicating matters are Zhaan's reaction to the solar flares in the area, and D'Argo's impatience with Crichton and his arrival on the planet - only to be captured by the bounty hunters, and putting Crichton in a dangerous position. This is a terrific episode that focuses on Crichton and Aeryn, and leads to some interesting revelations as Crichton and D'Argo come to a mutual understanding about their relationship. The extras here provide some interesting depth to the characters, and make some of the storyline a bit clearer. One terrific episode, that owes a lot to some of the sf movies that have been out there for a while.
"Rhapsody in Blue", the second offering on the DVD, is a story in which the strange dreams about past loves that Moya's crew have, coupled with Moya's own Starbursting in response to another pregnant Leviathan, leads the crew into the clutches of a group of renegade Delvians led by one Tahleen.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "practicalmagik" on June 28, 2001
Format: DVD
If you've ever seen Farscape, then you have yet to see till the blood runs clear and rhapsody in blue.
Till the blood runs clear is where Crichton and Aeryn are forced to land Farscape One Module on the planet Dam-Ba-Da after it suffers a plasma leak during a failed experiment to create wormholes. While there, they notice a Peacekeeper Beacon broadcasting rewards for the capture of D'Argo, Zhaan and Rygel. A pair of bounty hunters also take notice of the broadcast, forcing Crichton to impersonate a bounty hunter himself in order to ensure the safety of the others.
Rhapsody in blue is about the entire crew who experience strange and powerful dreams. Moya, imagining the distress cries of a pregnant Leviathan, starbursts without warning in search of the call. Moya and the crew discover it is not a ship but a small colony of Delvian missionaries who followed their leader into the Uncharted Territories. The become distracted by powerful hallucinations of their pasts, activated by the mind control of the missionaries.
To keep you on the edge of your seat, I can speak no more of these 2 great episodes. All I can say is, you WILL enjoy them. If you're not a Farscape fan, you will be after viewing these episodes.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wendy on September 13, 2001
Format: DVD
I enjoyed this dvd like I have enjoyed the other ones.I really enjoyed ''Till the Blood runs Clear'' it shows John finding the beginnings of a wormhole and what that does to his module.The Aeryn-John relationship progresses some as well.Plus,D'Argo and John come to an understanding with one another.This episode also forshadowed some things in season 3 which I found to be interesting .
''Rhapsody in Blue'' was also a interesting episode for it showed some more delvians and more of Zhaan's past and why she is a prisoner on Moya.John we see has had a long-term relationship with a woman named Alex who he almost had proposed to which I found to be interesting thing to know as well.But I am a fan of the John-Aeryn relationship so I am glad he is in the UT with everyone on Moya.These two episodes showcase how far the characters have come in the short time the show had been on at this point.It is half way through season 1 and it has been One helluva ride!
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Ryhn on July 30, 2001
Format: DVD
While I am a huge fan of the Farscape series, I will not be buying any more of the DVDs until they start putting more goodies on them, or putting more episodes on them. The first 2 DVDs of this series were great: actor profiles, alternate commentary tracks, storyboards, photos. I just got number #4, and it had no commentary, and over half of the D'Argo profile was compiled from things we have seen in the previous DVDs! Aaarrgh!
Other series are putting 3-6 episodes on each DVD, but we are paying the same price for only 2 episodes. Granted, the episodes are great, but that is no excuse to pilfer the pockets of the loyal fan base. Let sci-fi.com know that we want more goodies, and perhaps with enough feedback, we can get them. :)
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