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Episode 314: Infinite Possibilities Part 1: Daedalus Demands
An Ancient - again taking the form of Crichton's father Jack - appears on Talyn and accuses Crichton of sharing wormhole stabilizing technology with the Charrids, a vicious race allied with the Scarrans. Crichton realizes that Furlow, the mechanic from Dam-Ba-Da depot who once repaired Crichton's module, is the real guilty party. With a Scarran Dreadnought on the way, Jack must unlock the wormhole technology in Crichton's brain to build the ultimate weapon - but must first confront the evil Scorpius Clone in Crichton's mind.

Episode 315: Infinite Possibilities Part 2: Icarus Abides
After disposing of the Scorpius Clone, the Ancient 'Jack' unlocks the secrets to wormhole technology in Crichton's mind-allowing them to build the 'ultimate weapon' to destroy the Scarran Dreadnought before it escapes with Furlow's data. Seeing the value of the weapon, Furlow kills Jack and takes off with it. In the ensuing chase, Crichton is fatally exposed to the highly reactive Partanium that fuels the engine. With nothing left to lose, Crichton volunteers to launch the weapon at the Dreadnought, experiencing first hand the terrifying power of wormhole technology.

Episode 316: Revenging Angel
A fight between D'Argo and Crichton over the malfunction of D'Argo's mysterious new ship ends with Crichton knocked unconscious. The Scorpius Clone in Crichton's mind tries to convince him that revenge against D'Argo is the only way to settle the conflict, but John prefers to resolve it in his own head, acting out a Crichton vs. D'Argo cartoon battle set in Road-Runner land. Meanwhile, the ship malfunction leads to the activation of a self-destruct sequence that threatens to blow Moya to pieces.

Episode 317: The Choice
Grieving for Crichton, Aeryn travels to a planet of mystics and frauds and makes contact with a man who claims to be Talyn Lyzcak, her father. Talyn puts her in touch with Seer Cresus, a creature who is able to 'channel' the dead Crichton. Meanwhile, Stark and Rygel search for Aeryn, but first come across an old enemy. Lurking on the planet with malign, warped designs of her own is Aeryn's mother, Xhalax Sun.

Episode 318: Fractures
Not far from Moya and Talyn's expected rendezvous point, Moya picks up a badly damaged Leviathan Transport Pod carrying a Scarran, a Hynerian and a Nebari - all escaped prisoners - and their Peacekeeper hostage, complicating the long awaited reunion between Moya and Talyn's crew. When the Scarran is shot, it's clear that someone on board is a traitor. DVD Features: a printed insert with official episode synopses; a behind-the-scenes interview with Anthony Simcoe ("D'Argo"); commentary for "The Choice" with Claudia Black ("Aeryn Sun"); updated character histories-Lieutenant Braca, Rygel XVI; cool Farscape Facts; Aliens Encountered; Sets, Props, & Costumes Gallery; deleted scenes; Farscape trailers; and Previews. Spoken Languages: English.


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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, 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:
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  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: August 12, 2003
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009XN7R
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #276,007 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Farscape Season 3, Collection 4" on IMDb

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This set contains my all-time favorite Farscape story, the two-parter, "Infinite Possibilities". It relates the end of what I consider to be one of the newest, freshest ideas ever realized on any television series; the possibility of the lead character dying for real, at any moment. It positively ratcheted-up the tension on the series.
Since there is no description of the episodes listed on Amazon for Season 3, Volume 4, I'll provide the data from the ADV website.
"Infinite Possibilities Part 1: Daedalus Demands" (Episode 314)
An Ancient - again taking the form of Crichton's father Jack - appears on Talyn and accuses Crichton of sharing wormhole stabilizing technology with the Charrids, a vicious race allied with the Scarrans. Crichton realizes that Furlow, the mechanic from Dam-Ba-Da depot who once repaired Crichton's module, is the real guilty party. With a Scarran Dreadnought on the way, Jack must unlock the wormhole technology in Crichton's brain to build the ultimate weapon - but must first confront the evil Scorpius Clone in Crichton's mind.
"Infinite Possibilities Part 2: Icarus Abides" (Episode 315)
After disposing of the Scorpius Clone, the Ancient 'Jack' unlocks the secrets to wormhole technology in Crichton's mind-allowing them to build the 'ultimate weapon' to destroy the Scarran Dreadnought before it escapes with Furlow's data. Seeing the value of the weapon, Furlow kills Jack and takes off with it. In the ensuing chase, Crichton is fatally exposed to the highly reactive Partanium that fuels the engine. With nothing left to lose, Crichton volunteers to launch the weapon at the Dreadnought, experiencing first hand the terrifying power of wormhole technology.
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Up until now, many things have happened to the beloved astronaut, John Crichton. He's voyaged through that infamous wormhole and into a strange portion of the universe, has been fated to be shuffled into a ship full of escaped prisoners as they try to flee the mighty Peacekeepers, and he's made droves of enemies. While he's been doing all those things, he's managed to acquire droves of enemies and a few friends, information about said "wormholes" - possibly a revolution in travel and weaponry all rolled into one, and a reputation for coming out both alive and kicking. He's blown up a Peacekeeper installation, a Shadow Depository, messed up a few entire planets, and has even had a few things come out well for him. Place into that the fact that he's now been "twined" (yes, there's two Chritons now), that one of the Crichtons is kicking it on board Moya with his obsession for wormholes and the other on board Talon with Aeryn, and you're ready for the episodes contained on 3.4.
The two episodes on Disc 1 are two parts of the "Infinite Possibilities" whole. Together they weave a tragic tale, with one of the Ancients coming to Crichton again wearing the image of his father, Jack. This time, however, he tells Crichton that wormhole technology is being abused and sold to the highest bidder, introducing him again to the long-lost character/mechanic Dam-Ba-Da.
I personally like Part 1: Daedalus Demands and Part 2: Icarus Abides in many respects because they focus on several pieces of the Crichton puzzle without losing the other main characters in the process. With the introduction of the Charrids, for instance, we find Rygel and some of the depravity he is willing to dish out because of past barbarism.
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Why is it on a very rare occasion we are able to catch a series that doesn't completely suck, and just when you get used to television that isn't mind-numbingly dumb they take it away from you? Ahh, another disappointment. Farscape Rocks and this DVD rocks along with all their other DVD's. It's a shame the SciFi channel has sold out and replaced Farscape with crap like Scare Tactics. It's tragic. I love Farscape!
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The major themes of Season 3 of "Farscape" were that of separation and death, which is amply proven by the episodes on this pair of DVDs that provide a resolution to the two Crichton story arc and finally brings Moya and Talyn back together:

Episode 14, "Infinite Possibilities Part 1: Daedalus Demands" (Written by Carleton Eastlake, Aired July 27, 2001) has the Ancient who shows up as Jack, Crichton's father, shows up on Talyn to accuse John of giving his wormhole information to the Charrids, who are allied with the Scarrans (i.e., as bad, but not quite as powerful). Crichton connects the dots and knows that it has to be Furlow, the mechanic we met earlier, who studied his module and must have pieces together enough to duplicate the technology. As Crichton tires to access the infromation in his brain by getting past "Harvey," the remnant of Scorpius, things get progressively worse in this episode, which is why it is "to be continued." (4 Wormholes)

Episode 15, "Infinite Possibilities Part 2: Icarus Abides" (Written by Carleton Eastlake, Aired August 3, 2001) does offer some good news as Crichton is finally free of the Scorpius clone and unlock the wormhole technology in his mind. Unfortunately that Scarran dreadnought is still on its way and Crichton has to work with the Ancient, who looks like his father Jack, work on a weapon that can defend them. Unfortunately Furlow is still trying to take every side involved for everything she can and the price of survival this time around is as high as it has ever been. (5 Wormholes)

Episode 16, "Revenging Angel" (Written by David Kemper, Aired August 10, 2001) is in the running for the funniest "Farscape" episode ever. Crichton and D'Argo have another one of their stupid fights, but this time John ends up in a coma.
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