Farscape


Farscape
Five years ago, astronaut John Crichton attempted to use the Earth's atmosphere to propel his ship, Farscape 1, at great speeds across the solar system. He went much further and was sucked down a wormhole to a distant part of the galaxy and into the middle of a battle. Rescued by a group of escaping prisoners, Crichton is taken aboard their ship, a living ship. As the years go by, Crichton makes enemies, powerful and dangerous. On his journey to find a way back home, he frees other captives who became part of the crew on Moya. Stars Ben Browder as John Crichton, Claudia Black as Aeryn Sun, Anthony Simcoe as Ka D'Argo, Virginia Hey as Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan, and others.

Genre: Action and Adventure, Science-Fiction

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    • Episode 22

      Bad Timing

      aired: Fri, Mar 21, 2003

      Now safely back on Moya, Crichton learns of the Scarrans' intention to invade Earth. He feverishly analyzes his wormhole data and comes up with a way to collapse the wormhole to Earth - but the method is not one that he can implement alone. Meanwhile, Braca demands Scorpius be released from Moya and returned safely to his Command Carrier - and Aeryn has a few surprises of her own, including the identity of her baby's father.

    • Episode 21

      We're So Screwed (3): La Bomba

      aired: Fri, Mar 14, 2003

      After thwarting Crichton's escape plan, Scorpius denies that he's a Scarran spy, and demands Crichton's help to destroy a cavern of vital Scarran flora - claiming it will also provide them with a better means of escape. And while Rygel and Noranti fight an evil Stark, Sikozu must reveal her true colors if they are all to survive.

    • Episode 20

      We're So Screwed (2): Hot to Katratzi

      aired: Fri, Mar 7, 2003

      Moya's crew travels to Katratzi, a Scarran base where Scorpius is being tortured for wormhole information. The base is home to both Kalish and Charrid forces - underlings for the Scarrans. The crew plans to incite a confrontation between these two contingents, hoping this diversion will allow them to free Scorpius, and prevent wormhole knowledge from falling into Scarran hands.

    • Episode 19

      We're So Screwed (1): Fetal Attraction

      aired: Fri, Feb 28, 2003

      Moya's crew tracks Aeryn to a Scarran Border Station, where the freighter she is imprisoned upon is about to leave for Katratzi, a Scarran base. To keep the ship docked and under quarantine, Noranti gives Rygel a deadly, contagious disease. Though this gives the crew time to come up with a plan to rescue Aeryn, they do not figure on the cunning and ruthlessness of Aeryn's Scarran captor, Jenek.

    • Episode 18

      Prayer

      aired: Fri, Feb 21, 2003

      Aeryn is being held captive aboard a Scarran freighter captained by Jenek, who's determined to find out if Aeryn's carrying Crichton's child. To discover the location of the Scarran base where Aeryn is being taken, Crichton and Scorpius travel through a wormhole to a mixed-up "unrealized reality" version of Moya. As the others wait for their return, pursuing Peacekeepers draw closer.

    • Episode 17

      A Constellation of Doubt

      aired: Fri, Feb 14, 2003

      Having overheard Ahkna, the Scarran Minister of War, mention the secret Scarran base known as Katratzi, Sikozu is sure this is where the Scarrans intend to take their captive, Aeryn Sun. Though Moya's data banks have no record of Katratzi, Crichton's sure he's heard the word "Katratzi" somewhere before, if only he could remember where. Unable to sleep, Crichton pores over a documentary intercepted from Earth that examines the visit by "aliens" - Moya's crew - and discovers that the documentary just might hold the key to locating Katratzi - and Aeryn.

    • Episode 16

      Bringing Home the Beacon

      aired: Fri, Feb 7, 2003

      While purchasing a camouflage device for Moya, Aeryn and Sikozu witness the nearby landing of a Peacekeeper squad led by Grayza and Braca. Chiana and Noranti choose to undergo genetic manipulation to elude the searching Peacekeepers. Aeryn and Sikozu spy on Grayza who has convened a secret meeting with Scarran emissaries. Aware that the meeting could have catastrophic consequences, Aeryn decides to assassinate Grayza.

    • Episode 15

      Mental as Anything

      aired: Fri, Feb 7, 2003

      Scorpius takes Crichton, D'Argo and Rygel into an advanced training camp where students learn mental discipline. D'Argo is confronted with the arrival of Macton, the Peacekeeper who murdered D'Argo's wife, Lo'Laan, then framed him for the crime. When Scorpius forces Crichton into torturous anti-Scarran training, D'Argo must face the demons from his past... alone.

    • Episode 14

      Twice Shy

      aired: Fri, Jan 24, 2003

      Chiana purchases Talikaa, an abused slave girl from a passing Trading Ship. When the crew starts acting strangely and Talikaa goes missing, they realize she may not be as innocent as she first seemed. The crew tracks down the Trading Ship only to find its occupants have succumbed to a painful death, the result of neural harvesting by an alien arachnid. When it is revealed that the arachnid is Talikaa's true form, Moya's crew must hunt down Talikaa before they suffer the same fate.

    • Episode 13

      Terra Firma

      aired: Fri, Jan 17, 2003

      The crew returns to Moya - in orbit around modern-day Earth - to find Jack and a contingent of Earth dignitaries waiting for them. The aliens are introduced to an amazed and apprehensive public, but soon find life in the public eye difficult. As Crichton tries to readjust to life on Earth, his relationships become strained, especially with Aeryn. Meanwhile, a monstrous assassin sent by Grayza hunts for Crichton, and will stop at nothing to accomplish its mission.

    • Episode 12

      Kansas

      aired: Mon, Jan 6, 2003

      The crew travels through a wormhole to Earth, 1985, and Crichton finds he has somehow disastrously changed the course of time - his father Jack is now slated to fly the doomed Challenger mission. Lying low in Crichton's home town, the 'aliens' use the timely Halloween celebrations to remain (almost) anonymous, while Crichton tries to revert the timeline - in the process putting his younger self in mortal danger.

    • Episode 11

      Unrealized Reality

      aired: Fri, Aug 23, 2002

      Crichton is sucked down a wormhole he correctly senses will appear near Moya. Within "wormhole limbo" he is confronted by an interdimensional being who is intent on discovering why Crichton was entrusted with this knowledge. The alien sends Crichton through various "realities" of past events to illustrate how dangerous it can be if wormhole knowledge is misused.

    • Episode 10

      Coup by Clam

      aired: Fri, Aug 16, 2002

      While in quarantine high above the patriarchal planet Khurtanan, the crew shares a meal of alien mollusks and almost instantaneously suffers a violent physical reaction. Each crew member becomes bodily linked to one of the others, Crichton to Sikozu, Aeryn to Rygel, and so on. It soon becomes clear they have been deliberately poisoned by the local doctor and are being blackmailed in exchange for the cure.

    • Episode 9

      A Prefect Murder

      aired: Fri, Aug 9, 2002

      The crew lands on a planet divided by generations of clan war. After experiencing strange hallucinations, Aeryn is subliminally coerced into assassinating a clan leader. When Crichton also starts having hallucinations, they must uncover the planet's political machinations in order to prevent more killings.

    • Episode 8

      I Shrink Therefore I Am

      aired: Fri, Aug 2, 2002

      When Moya is raided by bounty hunters working for the Peacekeepers, every crew member is captured except for Crichton and Noranti. The armoured intruders shrink the captives and imprison them inside holding cavities in their torsos - if Crichton harms them, he endangers his friends as well. Finding that Scorpius is also free and on the run, Crichton teams up with him to fight off the menace, unaware that the leader of the bounty hunters has a hidden agenda.

    • Episode 7

      John Quixote

      aired: Fri, Jul 26, 2002

      Chiana and Crichton are sucked into a game world ruled over by a virtual Stark, who sends Crichton on a quest to 'Kiss the Princess'. To escape the game, they are forced to battle old friends and enemies in fantastic guises. Meanwhile, aboard Moya, Scorpius escapes and brings the crew under his control.

    • Episode 6

      Natural Election

      aired: Fri, Jul 19, 2002

      Crichton correctly predicts a wormhole's appearance near Moya, but simultaneously a giant space plant captures the Leviathan. An attack with D'Argo's ship only succeeds in sending the plant into Moya's conduits, making it even more difficult to kill. Eventually, an agent is found that will repel the plant, but it only exists in Scorpius' cooling rods. In order to save Moya, Crichton will have to place trust in his arch nemesis.

    • Episode 5

      Promises

      aired: Fri, Jul 12, 2002

      Crichton and the crew are reunited on Moya. Crichton finds Aeryn suffering from Heat Delirium and under the care of Scorpius, who wants asylum aboard Moya. Soon after, a giant Lukythian ship appears nearby, and its Captain, Ullom, claims that Aeryn was recently part of a team that assassinated an important Lukythian leader. Ullom offers to heal Aeryn in return for information about the plot. While battling with the notion of trusting Scorpius, Crichton remains unaware that neither Aeryn nor Ullom is telling the whole truth.

    • Episode 4

      Lava's a Many Splendored Thing

      aired: Fri, Jun 28, 2002

      After a forced landing, the crew is divided by an eloborate trap that leaves Crichton, D'Argo, Noranti and Rygel underground in a lava-filled system of caves. Chiana and Sikozu are left outside, trying to re-activate D'Argo's ship. Inside, Crichton and the others are hunted down by mercenaries who are not only protected by energy shield belts, but are led by a monster impervious to the fiery lava.

    • Episode 3

      What Was Lost (2): Resurrection

      aired: Fri, Jun 21, 2002

      D'Argo and Sikozu come up with a plan to crash Elack onto the Peacekeeper pursuit craft, facilitating their escape. Crichton is forced to consort further with Grayza to ensure success. When the plan goes awry, the crew begins a search for the probe that will reverse the planet's deadly atmospheric conditions, but a most unexpected enemy stops them in their tracks.

    • Episode 2

      What Was Lost (1): Sacrifice

      aired: Fri, Jun 14, 2002

      Crichton, Chiana and Rygel are reunited with D'Argo and Jool at an archaeological site run by Jool's people, the Interions. The purpose of the dig is to find a missing probe that might reverse the planet's dangerous atmospheric conditions. Peacekeepers led by Grayza land and capture the crew, and Crichton finds himself unable to fight back, mysteriously compelled to do Grayza's bidding.

    • Episode 1

      Crichton Kicks

      aired: Fri, Jun 7, 2002

      Continuing work on his theories of wormhole technology, Crichton ekes out an existence on board Elack - an old, dying Leviathan. The peace is shattered by the intrusion of a female alien, Sikozu, and a squad of Grudek mercenaries intent on harvesting Elack's neural tissue. Crichton fights to save his new home, his struggle hindered by the Grudeks' pet: a vicious and deadly alien canine called the Brindz Hound.

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    • Episode 22

      Dog with Two Bones

      aired: Fri, Apr 26, 2002

      Moya transports the remains of Talyn to a sacred Leviathan burial ground. Those on board are at a crossroads, each wanting to pursue a separate path. Crichton dreams of returning to Earth with Aeryn at his side, but Aeryn is unsure. Upon entering the graveyard, Moya is attacked by a huge male Leviathan. The crew must team up once more to save their home, but it seems that no matter which way the battle goes, their intertwined fates are sure to unravel.

    • Episode 21

      Into the Lion's Den (2): Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

      aired: Fri, Apr 19, 2002

      On the Command Carrier, Crichton is making incredible breakthroughs in his wormhole research, accessing information previously locked away. His crewmates are not so sure about the success of the plan, and are debating whether to leave or stay. Crais also has his own interests at heart, and when he is denied access to Talyn by the Peackeepers, he realizes he needs a bargaining chip. He goes to Scorpius and reveals Crichton's true intentions: to sabotage the wormhole research and destroy the Carrier. The plan blown, Moya's crew is immediately arrested, and it seems all is lost.

    • Episode 20

      Into the Lion's Den (1): Lambs to the Slaughter

      aired: Fri, Apr 12, 2002

      The crew board Scorpius' Command Carrier under the falsehood that Crichton is there to master wormhole technology. The ex-Peacekeepers Aeryn and Crais are forced to confront their past lives, and D'Argo, Rygel, Chiana, and Jool encounter unhidden hostility from all sides. Talyn is also implicated, brought on board for a cognitive replacement. While Crichton searches for a way to sabotage the Carrier, he is being watched by Scorpius, who is ready to exact deadly retribution if Crichton does not cooperate.

    • Episode 19

      I-Yensch, You-Yensch

      aired: Fri, Apr 5, 2002

      Rygel and D'Argo meet with Scorpius and Braca in order to negotiate Crichton's safe passage onto the Command Carrier. As a safeguard against double crosses, Scorpius suggests that Crichton and Lt. Braca should wear matching I-Yensch bracelets that will synchronise their nerve impulses so that they experience one another's pain. However, before the deal is completed, two heavily armed crazies burst in and hold up the diner. Meanwhile, Talyn himself is in an uncontrollable and dangerous mental state, and the only way to heal him is to shut him down and completely erase his personality.

    • Episode 18

      Fractures

      aired: Fri, Aug 24, 2001

      Not far from Moya and Talyn's expected rendezvous point, Moya picks up a badly damaged Leviathan Transport Pod carrying a Scarran, an 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.

    • Episode 17

      The Choice

      aired: Fri, Aug 17, 2001

      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 16

      Revenging Angel

      aired: Fri, Aug 10, 2001

      A fight between D'Argo and Crichton over the malfunction of D'Argo's mysterious new ship ends with Crichton being knocked unconscious. The Scorpius Clone in Crichton's mind tries to convince John 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 should D'Argo fail to deactivate it.

    • Episode 15

      Infinite Possibilities (2): Icarus Abides

      aired: Fri, Aug 3, 2001

      After disposing of the Scorpius Clone, the Ancient 'Jack' unlocks the secrets to wormhole technology in Crichton's mind allowing them to build a Displacement Engine, the 'ultimate weapon' that will allow them 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 the wormhole technology.

    • Episode 14

      Infinite Possibilities (1): Daedalus Demands

      aired: Fri, Jul 27, 2001

      An Ancient - again taking the form of Crichton's father Jack - appears on Talyn and accuses Crichton of sharing wormhole stabilising technology with the Charrids, a vicious race who have formed an alliance with the Scarrans. Crichton realizes that Furlow, the mechanic from Dam-Ba-Da depot who once repaired Crichton's module and had a mercenary interest in wormhole technology, is the real guilty party. With a Scarran Dreadnought heading towards Dam-Ba-Da to collect Furlow's data, Jack must unlock the wormhole technology in Crichton's brain in order to build the ultimate weapon - but must first confront the evil Scorpius Clone in Crichton's mind.

    • Episode 13

      Scratch 'n Sniff

      aired: Sun, Jul 1, 2001

      Crichton, D'Argo, Chiana and Jool alight on a pleasure planet, LoMo, for some rest and recreation. When Chiana and Jool go missing, Crichton and D'Argo are approached by Raxil, a wily alien with information on their whereabouts. Hoping for help retrieving her own 'mate', Raxil leads them to Fe'tor, a notorious Freslin maker; Freslin being a drug Fe'tor extracts from sentient beings, including his captives, Chiana and Jool.

    • Episode 12

      Meltdown

      aired: Sat, Jul 14, 2001

      Talyn draws dangerously close to a star, pulled by some mysterious force. Coinciding with this event is the appearance on board of two alien beings: the timid Sierjna and her captor, Mu-Quillus. Crichton and the others learn that Mu-Quillus is responsible for the radiation pulses that are compelling Talyn to fly into the sun and that eighty-three Leviathans have already died in this way. Stark makes a pact with Sierjna to free her spirit from Mu-Quillus and let her pass into the afterlife. However, Stark is acting of his own accord, and his quest to save Sierjna puts the rest of the crew in dire peril.

    • Episode 11

      Incubator

      aired: Fri, Jul 13, 2001

      With his wormhole research stalling and his situation desperate, Scorpius inserts the original 'neurochip' into his own brain. He hopes to make contact with the clone of John's personality that spilled into the chip when it was in Crichton's brain. When they meet, Scorpius shows the 'Crichton Clone' his terrible, brutal upbringing at the hands of the Scarrans, hoping to persuade him to decode the wormhole equations. Meanwhile, a defecting Peacekeeper scientist offers the real Crichton the secret of wormhole travel in exchange for Moya.

    • Episode 10

      Relativity

      aired: Fri, Jul 6, 2001

      The Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad lead by Aeryn's mother, Xhalax Sun, traces the crew of Talyn to a Jungle Planet where the gunship is recuperating. When Crichton, Aeryn and Crais easily divert the squad away from the gunship, they surmise that Talyn might not be the only target of the Peackeepers' mission. When Aeryn's attempts to reason with Xhalax fail, she realizes that the pursuit of Talyn will not stop until Xhalax is dead.

    • Episode 9

      Losing Time

      aired: Fri, Jun 29, 2001

      After passing through a magnetic cluster, the crew experiences strange blackouts and periods of lost time. They discover that Pilot has been possessed by a being who is pursuing an evil 'Energy Rider'. The being inside Pilot warns our crew that the Rider inhabits one of them, and if that person isn't found - and the Rider extracted - the crew will all die.

    • Episode 8

      Green Eyed Monster

      aired: Fri, Jun 22, 2001

      When Talyn is swallowed by a giant space creature, a Budong, Crais's neural connection to Talyn malfunctions, and he asks Aeryn to accept the 'Hand of Friendship' to help him control the hybrid gunship. Warily avoiding the Budong in a Transport Pod, Stark and Rygel come up with a way for Talyn to escape, but Crichton's jealousy complicates the plan...

    • Episode 7

      Thanks for Sharing

      aired: Fri, Jun 15, 2001

      Crichton has been duplicated into two identical Crichtons. Moya's crew, trying to buy a healing agent for the injured gunship Talyn, becomes embroiled in a planet's deadly politics. Meanwhile, Aeryn discovers that her own mother, Xhalax Sun, is leading the Peacekeeper Retrieval Squad sent to recapture Talyn.

    • Episode 6

      Eat Me

      aired: Sun, Apr 1, 2001

      Chiana returns to Moya with a fortune-telling portrait she picked up from a passing trader. The picture foretells the deaths of the crew, and one by one, they start to die off. Zhaan realises her old foe Maldis, an evil sorcerer, is behind the terrifying goings-on. He is trying to re-corporealise and is feeding on the fears of Crichton, D'Argo, Chiana and especially Zhaan. When Zhaan and Crichton are the only ones left alive, they are forced to travel into the sorcerer's dimension and confront him face to face.

    • Episode 5

      Different Destinations

      aired: Fri, Apr 13, 2001

      With their Transport Pod damaged, Crichton, Chiana, D'Argo and Jool are forced to land on an old, diseased Leviathan in a Peacekeeper Control Collar. Their fears of running into Peacekeepers aboard the ship are soon replaced by terrifyingly real foes: mutant scavengers who are feeding on each other, the Leviathan's Pilot, and the Leviathan itself... and Kaarvok, a madman with an horrific taste for brain matter.

    • Episode 4

      Self Inflicted Wounds(2): Wait for the Wheel

      aired: Fri, Apr 6, 2001

      Hoping to preserve their own ship at Moya's expense, Neeyala's crew has been sabotaging Moya and hastening her disintegration. Crichton and the crew must battle not only the saboteurs but also a mysterious and deadly alien serpent. As the situation worsens, the only possibility of saving Moya requires that one of her crew make the ultimate sacrifice.

    • Episode 3

      Self Inflicted Wounds (1): Could'a, Would'a, Should'a

      aired: Fri, Mar 30, 2001

      While searching for a planet to heal the dying Zhaan, Moya collides and fuses with a small spacecraft, seriously injuring Moya and trapping both ships in a series of looping wormholes. Crichton and the captain of the other ship, Neeyala, soon realize that one of the ships must be sacrificed if any of them are to survive.

    • Episode 2

      Suns and Lovers

      aired: Fri, Mar 23, 2001

      Eager to spend the currency aquired from the heist of the Shadow Depository, the crew of Moya head to a Commerce Station. The situation becomes disastrous when the station is damaged by a violent storm, Moya becoming ensnared in the docking cables. As it becomes clear that the storms are not natural phenomena, and the crew looks to escape, D'Argo learns that Chiana has betrayed him with his son.

    • Episode 1

      Season of Death

      aired: Fri, Mar 16, 2001

      Although Scorpius's neural chip has finally been removed, Crichton feels he has no reason to live - Aeryn is dead, his power of speech is gone, and the clone of Scorpius's personality inexplicably remains in Crichton's mind. What's more, the crew of Moya discovers that they have more than just Crichton and Scorpius to deal with. Lurking somewhere in the Medical Facility is a murderous Scarran.

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    • Episode 22

      Die Me, Dichotomy

      aired: Thu, Jan 25, 2001

      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.

    • Episode 21

      Liars, Guns and Money, Part 3: Plan B

      aired: Thu, Jan 18, 2001

      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.

    • Episode 20

      Liars, Guns and Money, Part 2: With Friends Like These...

      aired: Thu, Jan 11, 2001

      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.

    • Episode 19

      Liars, Guns and Money, Part 1: A Not So Simple Plan

      aired: Thu, Jan 4, 2001

      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.

    • Episode 18

      A Clockwork Nebari

      aired: Thu, Sep 14, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 17

      The Ugly Truth

      aired: Thu, Sep 7, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 16

      The Locket

      aired: Thu, Aug 24, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 15

      Won't Get Fooled Again

      aired: Thu, Aug 17, 2000

      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!

    • Episode 14

      Beware of Dog

      aired: Thu, Aug 10, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 13

      Look at the Princess, Part 3: The Maltese Crichton

      aired: Thu, Aug 3, 2000

      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. Empress Novia threatens to kill all off-worlders, putting D'Argo, Chiana and Rygel in danger. Finding Crichton's head is now a matter of life or death.

    • Episode 12

      Look at the Princess, Part 2: I Do, I Think

      aired: Thu, Jul 27, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 11

      Look at the Princess, Part 1: A Kiss Is But a Kiss

      aired: Thu, Jul 20, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 10

      My Three Crichtons

      aired: Thu, Jul 13, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 9

      Out of Their Minds

      aired: Thu, Jul 6, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 8

      Dream a Little Dream

      aired: Thu, Jun 22, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 7

      Home On the Remains

      aired: Thu, Jun 15, 2000

      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...

    • Episode 6

      Picture if You Will

      aired: Thu, Apr 20, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 5

      The Way We Weren't

      aired: Thu, Apr 13, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 4

      Crackers Don't Matter

      aired: Thu, Apr 6, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 3

      Taking the Stone

      aired: Thu, Mar 30, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 2

      Vitas Mortis

      aired: Thu, Mar 23, 2000

      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.

    • Episode 1

      Mind the Baby

      aired: Thu, Mar 16, 2000

      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.

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