- Includes episodes 4.01-4.12: Little Blue Planet, Texx LEXX, P4X, Stan Down, Xevivor, The Rock, Walpurgis Night, Vlad, Fluff Daddy, Magic Baby, A Midsummer's Nightmare, Bad Carrot
- CGI gallery
- Behind-the-scenes photos
- Production sketches
- Interactive trivia
- Original uncut episodes including scenes not aired on TV
Lexx: The Fourth Series - Part 1 - Volume 1-3
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(Feb 10, 2004)
The last season of this sexy SCI FI channel hit cuts a brutally funny path through planet Earth. The hapless crew of the hungry organic spaceship could not be more misguided in its final effort to find safe haven. Earth has big troubles of its own with killer vegetables on the march and wackos in charge everywhere. And Prince (Nigel Bennett), the crews chief nemesis in Series 3, resurfaces as a scheming bureaucrat out to steal the LEXX.
S4-V1 Little Blue Planet, Texx LEXX, P4X, Stan Down S4-V2 Xevivor, The Rock, Walpurgis Night, Vlad S4-V3 Fluff Daddy, Magic Baby, A Midsummers Nightmare, Bad Carrot
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE audio: 5.1 Surround Sound, 2.0 Stereo; CGI gallery; storyboards; behind-the-scenes photos; production sketches; cast and character bios; and interactive trivia.
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Lexx blew up - ate away alien galaxies
Stanley Twiddle made love to some very strange inter-planetary souls
that weren't quite human
Xev still remains virgin despite being a love slave
- Kia is The Warrior of Warriors-
fighting wars on two differant planets
- Fire - and - Water -
Never thought season four would bring Kia and the crew to
Destruction of Planet Earth
- wow - !
The final session of Lexx takes on every evil
that walked earth
Vampirism - mummy revivals - old serial movie villions
- extra-terrestial creatures -
- wow - !
Xev's got the best legs in both the dark and light zones!
This is the season where things started to turn even more insane than ever before, and trust me; it's a good thing! The production crew took more risks, was more experimental, and LOADED the show with social commentary. This season had more humor than drama, and it threw a lot of fans off, especially the ones who started watching during the more 3rd season. There are some low points (Mort & Moss), but some of the most memorable episodes come from this season too. Don't miss the first episode "Little Blue Planet" for one of the funniest parables of the United States Presidential Elections ever filmed. In addition, watch Lexx and the crew make the biggest joke out of Texas in "Texx Lexx," the outrageous "Xevivor" parody of the show Survivor, the continuous joke on George Bush in "Bad Carrot" (Don't worry Republicans, the Germans and Canadians just make bodily function jokes at the former US President), a unique interpretation of Dracula in "Vlad," an ugly underbelly of family life and kids in the humorous turning point "Stan Down, "and a lot more! With episodes that promising, how could you go wrong?
There are a few laughs, but the shows in season 4, even with the talents of Bunny and Prince are not very well written and in many cases just plain dumb.
The episode called "the game" is a rare exception in season 4, as it is a very good episode.
I enjoyed season 3 much better.