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    Well, to a certain point.

    DNA Mad Scientist was creepy but good. Poor Aeryn!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    Well, to a certain point.

    DNA Mad Scientist was creepy but good. Poor Aeryn!
    Claudia really did a very good performance in this one. We also got a little more information about Pilot
    I was shocked how willing Rygel, Zhaan and D'Argo were to cut off one of Pilot's arms...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andron View Post
    Claudia really did a very good performance in this one. We also got a little more information about Pilot
    I was shocked how willing Rygel, Zhaan and D'Argo were to cut off one of Pilot's arms...
    Yea it was a great episode and it definitely brought out the darker side of the show. The Aeryn and Pilot relationship becomes more interesting as the show progresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post

    DNA Mad Scientist was creepy but good. Poor Aeryn!
    Oo good stuff. Namtar was excellent looking. I couldn't believe how cruelly they treated Pilot at the time, either. I was especially shocked at Zhaan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheekyBeckett View Post
    Oo good stuff. Namtar was excellent looking. I couldn't believe how cruelly they treated Pilot at the time, either. I was especially shocked at Zhaan.
    Just goes to show how far they all eventually would come. In the end, they had all become like family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andron View Post
    Claudia really did a very good performance in this one. We also got a little more information about Pilot
    I was shocked how willing Rygel, Zhaan and D'Argo were to cut off one of Pilot's arms...
    Yeah I was baffled that they were so indifferent towards Pilot. I really felt bad for Pilot.

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    Yeah, me too. Especially as it wasn't made clear in the ep whether they knew going in that the Pilot's arm would regenerate. That wasn't the only problem with this ep for me, I never understood why Namtar needed liquid from the eye (FYI, the liquid doesn't contain any live cells so no DNA either). The extraction process looked gross and I guess that was the point. Still, Namtar got a deservedly nasty end as the labrat it started out as.
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    Yeah, he was a rat who became a scientist. Namtar=Ratman. This series rocks!


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    Ratman? Good catch!
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    Actually I saw it on Namtar's wiki page. Still, most people don't know it.

    Crackers... how important they are for this show...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    Actually I saw it on Namtar's wiki page. Still, most people don't know it.
    I got it right away but that's probably because I watch it with the captions on. Seeing it written out it's probably easier to catch than if you just hear it. Although, I thought he looked more like a wolf than a rat.
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    I wish I could see it with the captions on, would make things much easier with all the alien names and the occasionally garbled speech.

    They've Got A Secret was cool, Moya pregnant! Poor Pilot, though, he doesn't get a day off, now does he? Arm cut off in the previous ep, unconscious for most of this... Things weren't so easy for D'Argo either, given how confused he was most of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    I wish I could see it with the captions on, would make things much easier with all the alien names and the occasionally garbled speech.

    They've Got A Secret was cool, Moya pregnant! Poor Pilot, though, he doesn't get a day off, now does he? Arm cut off in the previous ep, unconscious for most of this... Things weren't so easy for D'Argo either, given how confused he was most of the time.
    I haven't seen this episode in quite some time. I need to watch it sometime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    Yeah, me too. Especially as it wasn't made clear in the ep whether they knew going in that the Pilot's arm would regenerate. That wasn't the only problem with this ep for me, I never understood why Namtar needed liquid from the eye (FYI, the liquid doesn't contain any live cells so no DNA either). The extraction process looked gross and I guess that was the point. Still, Namtar got a deservedly nasty end as the labrat it started out as.
    I think that was the point that Namtar liked doing things as ugly as possible and also pushing people to see how far they'd go. He had a product people would literally kill for so he went about in the worst possible way making them pay for it.


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    Sounds reasonable. Doesn't make the character any more attractive though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    Yeah, me too. Especially as it wasn't made clear in the ep whether they knew going in that the Pilot's arm would regenerate. That wasn't the only problem with this ep for me, I never understood why Namtar needed liquid from the eye (FYI, the liquid doesn't contain any live cells so no DNA either). The extraction process looked gross and I guess that was the point. Still, Namtar got a deservedly nasty end as the labrat it started out as.
    Farscape has this fascination with eyes. They play prominent parts in several other episodes as well.
    IMO always implied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStar1836 View Post
    Farscape has this fascination with eyes. They play prominent parts in several other episodes as well.
    That scene in A Clockwork Nebari still grosses me out
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    That scene in A Clockwork Nebari still grosses me out
    Yeah that one and the needle in the eye thing in Mad Scientist.... *yuck* I already hate needles. Needles in the eye.
    IMO always implied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maneth View Post
    I wish I could see it with the captions on, would make things much easier with all the alien names and the occasionally garbled speech.

    They've Got A Secret was cool, Moya pregnant! Poor Pilot, though, he doesn't get a day off, now does he? Arm cut off in the previous ep, unconscious for most of this... Things weren't so easy for D'Argo either, given how confused he was most of the time.
    If he was unconscious, doesn't that mean he didn't do anything=a day off? Also, They've Got A Secret was sorta detective-type and I enjoyed it(like I enjoy most other Farscape episodes).


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    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.
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