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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    Pilot did get a day off in a literal sense, but he didn't much enjoy it. The unconsciousness on top of the loss of the arm in the previous episode was a bit much!

    Till The Blood Runs Clear. Awesome ep. I loved, loved, loved mean Crichton in this one, even if I hated the way he had to treat Aeryn to be believed by the bounty hunters. Butch and Sundance indeed! This one had some memorable quotes, especially the Rorf/Worf mixup and D'Argo's line about hurting Crichton's "sensitive appendages"... I did find Crichton's torture of D'Argo hard to watch, even if he had to make sure his blood ran clear again.

    Furlow was a cool character though.
    Little spoiler:One day, there's a sequel to that episode. Oh, and Worf made me laugh. And... nice mini-message. Didn't see that one coming.


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    Oh, and Furlow was ******************** annoying!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    That scene in A Clockwork Nebari still grosses me out
    I remember when my wife saw that episode with me. She could barely watch that part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    Little spoiler:One day, there's a sequel to that episode. Oh, and Worf made me laugh. And... nice mini-message. Didn't see that one coming.
    I guessed as much, I know Furlow will be back from IMDB. I just wonder how she'll access the data tape Crichton gave her...
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    Crais is nuts. His sign of insanity:his hairstyle has failed.


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    *snerk*

    The Flax. Such a funny episode. Surely D'Argo got the shock of his life... And of course, the growing chemistry between Aeryn and John is lovely to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the fifth man View Post
    I remember when my wife saw that episode with me. She could barely watch that part.
    I watched that late at night and half asleep. Woke up to that nasty scene. Scared/grossed me out big time.

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    Crais is nuts. His sign of insanity:his hairstyle has failed.
    Sometimes I can't even look at him because of the hair. I just want to shave it off. I saw how nice he looked with it cropped close in one of the bonus features and wished he had that for the show.
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    Come on, the hair made Crais. I couldn't imagine him without it.

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    Me neither. It's definitely bad hair day/month/year/life for Crais, but it suits the character perfectly.
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    Eh, not for me. The beard I would miss, but he could've used a good haircut. Or at least some better hair product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheekyBeckett View Post
    Eh, not for me. The beard I would miss, but he could've used a good haircut. Or at least some better hair product.
    Maybe it just grew on me after all the years and re-watches I've been through.

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    Well, there you go. I'm a newcomer. I whipped through all 4 seasons and the movie only last month. I've gone back this week to re-watch and pick up a few I skipped in Season 1 when I wasn't really "into it" yet. My sister had been trying for ages to get me to watch the series, she's a long-time fan. I figured since we are going to see Ben Browder at our first SG con this summer I'd give it a shot.
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    And I'm sure you're glad you did.
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    Yes, I admit, I'm glad I did. There are still several episodes that are just too way out there weird for me but on the whole I like it. I wasn't really hooked til I got to Season 4. And I love The Peacekeeper Wars. I've watched it twice already. Excellent.
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    Oh good! Something to look forward to at any rate once we get that far. No Farscape yet this weekend...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheekyBeckett View Post
    Yes, I admit, I'm glad I did. There are still several episodes that are just too way out there weird for me but on the whole I like it. I wasn't really hooked til I got to Season 4. And I love The Peacekeeper Wars. I've watched it twice already. Excellent.
    Farscape hooked me very early on. I would say about halfway through Season 1, and I knew this show was something special. Each season after that just further confirmed that.

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    I couldn't get into Farscape right away either. Actually took a few weeks break after watching the pilot episode before resuming the series. But I'm sure glad I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheekyBeckett View Post
    Eh, not for me. The beard I would miss, but he could've used a good haircut. Or at least some better hair product.
    No, what I meant was that Crais's hairstyle started to fail in the first Maldis episode.


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    Rhapsody in Blue. Great ep, loved learning more about Zhaan and her culture. Of course, the dream/hallucination sequences with Alex were cool too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    Rhapsody in Blue. Great ep, loved learning more about Zhaan and her culture. Of course, the dream/hallucination sequences with Alex were cool too.
    Yeah, that was a really good early episode. Zhaan was really great in this episode.

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