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Farscape 4 Seasons 2001

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (450) IMDb 8.3/10

The second season of FARSCAPE finds John Crichton and the living ship Moya's crew with their hands full and as suspicious of each other as ever. Crichton possesses hidden knowledge that his new nemesis, Scorpious, will stop at nothing to get. Aeryn makes serious emotional revelations, Dargo searches for his prisoner son, and Chiana and Crais form an unlikely bond. Featuring amazing CGI effects, prosthetics, and state-of-the-art puppetry--courtesy of Jim Henson's Creature Shop--and a cliffhanger season finale to boot, this installment firmly establishes FARSCAPE as one of the best sci-fi dramas to hit the small screen.

Starring:
Ben Browder, Claudia Black

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1. Mind the Baby

Crichton, Aeryn and D'argo are stranded in an asteroid field while Scorpius searches for them. Their safety depends on Crais, who is nearby in Talyn. Aeryn teaches Crais how to control the young Leviathan - the only thing she can offer in return for the lives of her friends. When Moya returns to the asteroid field to look for her offspring, and Crichton decides to remove Crais from control of Talyn, Scorpius finally sees his chance to strike.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 17, 2000
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2. Vitas Mortis

D'Argo takes part in a sacred ritual that helps an old Luxan, an Orican, to survive. During the ritual the Orican draws energy from who she thinks is D'Argo but is actually Moya. Consequently Moya starts to age rapidly.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 24, 2000
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3. Taking the Stone

After discovering her brother is dead, Chiana leaves Moya and goes to a 'grave planet' populated by a race of young people who play dangerous and life-threatening games.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: March 31, 2000
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4. Crackers Don't Matter

The crew returns from a commerce planet with a load of crackers and a meek alien called T'raltixx, who promises he can alter Moya's electromagnetic profile in order to make her untraceable. Crichton is skeptical; it seems too good to be true. As they pass through a constellation of pulsars, an intense paranoia affects the crew, turning them violently again each other. Crichton must fight against his own paranoid delusions to work out what T'raltixx is actually doing -- and how to stop him.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 7, 2000
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5. The Way We Weren't

A datacam tape is uncovered showing Aeryn as part of a Peacekeeper firing squad that executed a previous Pilot aboard Moya. The rest of the crew wants answers but Aeryn is reluctant to revisit her past - especially her relationship with Velorek, the man charged with forcibly bonding a new Pilot to Moya. Pilot (the current one, that is) refuses to communicate with the crew, not wanting to reveal his own complicity in the murky circumstances surrounding his installment as Moya's guide.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 14, 2000
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6. Picture if You Will

While visiting a planet Chiana visits a trader and is given a picture which can supposedly predict the future free of charge. Back on Moya the crew become alarmed when the picture begins to predict people's deaths and soon the crew are unable to stop it. But before long it is revealed that an old enemy is responsible for what is happening.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 21, 2000
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7. Home on the Remains

With Moya out of food, Chiana leads everyone to a dead budong where she once worked. Meanwhile on Moya, Aeryn is left to deal with a carnivorous Zhaan...

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: June 16, 2000
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8. Dream a Little Dream

While waiting inside a transport pod, to be picked up by Moya, Zhaan tells Crichton about being accused and tried for murder during his absence.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: June 23, 2000
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9. Out of Their Minds

When a hostile alien ship fires first at the Moya, the crew, despite the fact that their energy shield is up, finds their minds switched into another person's body. As a result, Crichton is in the body of Aeryn, Aeryn is in the body of Rygel, and Rygel is in the body of Crichton. In the cockpit, Pilot is in the body of Chiana, Chiana is in the body of D'Argo, and D'Argo is in the body of Pilot. They're all forced to adapt to their new bodies as they attempt to figure out what caused the switch.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 7, 2000
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10. My Three Crichtons

A strange globe appears on Moya, sucking in Crichton and duplicating him creating two additional people. One who is a de-evolved 'cave man' and another who has increased mental ability.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 14, 2000
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11. Look at the Princess (1): A Kiss Is But a Kiss

Moya arrives at a planet where the people test their genetic compatibility by kissing. Cricton kisses a princess, who is next in line for the throne, and discovers that his DNA is a perfect match for her. He must now marry her and they will rule together. This is against the wishes of her brother, who is second in line for the throne -- conspiring with a Scarran.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 21, 2000
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12. Look at the Princess (2): I Do, I Think

Plots swirl around Crichton and his fiancee, Princess Katralla. The empress promises Crichton that if he doesn't marry her daughter, she will hand him over to Scorpius. Meanwhile, Prince Clavor plots to assassinate Crichton so that he may ascend to the throne in his sister's place.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 28, 2000
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13. Look at the Princess (3): The Maltese Crichton

Now married, Crichton and Katalla are frozen into living statues so that they may watch over the presiding governments of the next eighty cycles. Immediately, Clavor and the Scarran emissary attempt another assassination and succeed in removing Crichton's head.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 4, 2000
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14. Beware of Dog

When the crew hear rumours of creatures infesting ships in the area, they buy an alien tracker to remove the creatures aboard Moya. But it soon becomes apparent that the creatures could cause a lot of damage before the tracker finds it putting the crew in danger.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 11, 2000
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15. Won't Get Fooled Again

Crichton wakes to find himself back on Earth and the Farscape project failing. However, all is not as it seems, with D'Argo, Aeryn and co. co-existing with DK and his Dad. John only has Scorpius to turn to for answers before it's too late!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 18, 2000
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16. The Locket

Moya gets caught in a different time zone but is unaware of it. Aeryn returns from recon after only a few days but has aged many years.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 25, 2000
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17. The Ugly Truth

When Crais and Talyn return back to Moya, Moya's crew board Talyn and Crais presents them with a proposal about the future of Talyn. Meanwhile when a ship approaches Talyn that was sent for by Crais, Talyn fires and destroys it but the crew get captured and are put on trial for this act.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 8, 2000
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18. A Clockwork Nebari

A group of Nebari come on board Moya and attempt to mind cleanse everyone using a drug. Pilot and Rygel are the only two who can resist the effects. Crichton also remains unaffected due to Scorpius' neural clone.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 15, 2000
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19. Liars, Guns and Money (1): A Not So Simple Plan

Stark returns to Moya with a plan to rob a shadow depository and buy a contingent of slaves, one of which is D'Argo's son Jothee. D'Argo attempts the robbery on his own however and now the crew must recover him as well as the money they require.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 5, 2001
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20. Liars, Guns and Money (2): With Friends Like These...

The crew is stunned when they learn that Scorpius has bought the slaves out from under D'Argo. Rather than trade Crichton for Jothee, Crichton, D'Argo, Aeryn and Rygel seek out mercenaries to help them steal the slaves. In the process, they encounter some enemies they've fought in the past. Meanwhile, back on Moya, the stolen money has turned into metal-eating spiders that begin to consume Moya.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 12, 2001
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21. Liars, Guns and Money (3): Plan B

Crichton turns himself over to Scorpius in order to free Jothee. With all the mercenaries now aboard Moya, the crew form a plan to rescue Crichton and destroy the depository.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 19, 2001
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22. Die Me, Dichotomy

The crew find a doctor that can heal Moya's burns and remove Crichton's neural chip. Things are complicated however when Crichton is informed he needs additional brain tissue from a donor in stasis who will die when the tissue is removed. Also Scorpius is beginning to take over Crichton's mind.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 26, 2001
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By A Customer on September 6, 2003
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Yes, without a doubt. Even though fans of Trek, Babylon 5, and SG-1 might disagree, TV Guide says its the "...Best Science-Fiction series on TV..." Too bad it's not still on. Do you like intrigue, romance, passion, betrayal, technology without the techno-babble, wonderful characters and villians, impeccable editing and set design, and a story line that takes you from the highest highs to the lowest lows? Let's just put it this way. If you haven't watched Farscape you are missing out.
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Farscape season 2 continues the fine tradition set in the first season. After finishing the season one cliffhanger when nearly everyone was left for dead the show continues with some very good and some excellent episodes in season 2.
About the boxed set
The set contains all 22 season two episodes divided in 5 sets of DVD's containing 4 or 5 episodes each. Some DVD's contain bonus features but these are merely comments and brief promotional videos and are a bit disappointing.
The DVD's have a nice layout but a bit annoying is a wormhole sequence which is played at absurdly loud sound level everytime you select an episode.
The set is nicely packaged but the quality of the package remains questionable since it is made out of paper. I own the season 1 and 2 and for now the package is not damaged but we will see about that when the show gets in the hands of some of my friends.
About the show
The story is about a pilot named John Chricton which during an experimental flight gets sucked in the wormhole and ends up on the other end of the galaxy. There he stumbles in the middle of a prison break and ends up with the escaped criminals on a living ship called Moya.
In the second season we see further development in character relations between the crew. Some fight and tensions as no one gets along all that well. We see some romances develop and some deals get broken. Nobody is completely without flaws but somehow they all pull together in tough spots and get through them.
My favorite episodes in second season are "The way we weren't" where we learn a little bit about Aeryn's and pilot's past and "Won't get fooled again" where Crichton wakes up on earth again.
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Farscape reallly took off in Season 2. It has everything: gut-plitting comedy ("Crackers Don't Matter" and "Out of Their Minds"), a grand Farscape-style fairy tale adventure ("Look at the Princess" Part I, II and III), an action-adventure heist caper ("Liars, Guns and Money" Part I, II and III), high drama ("The Way we Weren't", "My Three Crichtons") and just plain unclassifiable ("Won't Get Fooled Again"). Even the weaker episodes have a lot going for them and as Farscape fans know weaker is definitely a relative term.
Just be prepared to lose a lot of sleep because the cliff hangers are sadistically brutal! You will definitely find yourself saying, OK, just one more. The two three part stories are truly cinema quality and are worth the price of the box set alone.
One more cautionary note is if you are married and want to stay that way, hook your spouse if he/she isn't already. Ladies: if you husband thinks this is a "puppet show", just tell him there's lots of action and toilet humour. Guys: Tell your wife its a cross between Sex and the City and Titantic.
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By N. Ciasullo on September 1, 2003
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Could they be any slower releasing these box sets? Farscape is one of the best sci-fi series ever put to television, but you probably already know that since you are on this page. My only complaint is they are taking forever to release these sets. At the time of this post, B5 has already released season 3. Star Trek released the entire Next Generation series in less than a year, what could possibly take so long to release this set?
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I love the second season. I think it has to be the best, because everything was at it's best. The acting, directing, the action, the romance, the speacial effects all became phenomenal. Here is my evaluation of each episode of Season 2.
Note: I am not like one of those Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fans giving my favorite show 5 star ratings for every second episode. The epsisodes here are truly fantastic. No offence Buffy fans but I find some of you to be easily impressed occasionally.
1. Mind the Baby-4/5
The first time I saw this episode I hated it. thoguht the plot moved too quickly and was vague at certain points (espeacially because it was supposed to be episode 2). I am sure others will feel this way, but after viewing this episode a few times I have found it to be solid entertainment.
2. Vitas Mortis-2/5
This episode has two incredible CGI sequences which bring it up to a two, but otherwise, I hate this episode. The mystical side of Farscape rarely appeals to me.
3. Taking the Stone-2/5
Another poor episode with mystical bits and annoying aliens.
4. Crackers Don't Matter-4/5
This one has a really poorly done alien, but also has some
hilarious quotes ("IT'S PUKE?!") as well as a great fire-fight between John and Aeryn. Very not bad.
5. The Way We Weren't-5/5
A great look into Peacekeeper life. I love the marching scene at the begining.
6. Picture if you Will-3/5
The return of an enemy. This episode has its weak bits but some very interesting parts as well.
7. Home on the Remains-3/5
This episode has some really gross parts (in a good way) but otherwise is just plain average.
8. Dream A Little Dream-3/5
This episode was supposed to be the premiere but instead it's told as a flash-back.
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