– – Lo’laan was D’Argo’s wife. In Farscape the original series, she is barely mentioned and we meet her only in memories and only briefly. Our first glimpse of Lo’laan is in season one’s They’ve Got a Secret when D’Argo shows Zhaan, Aeryn, and Crichton a hologram of her andRead More →

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_ I am still Dominar! Always Dominar! Rygel XVI, “Self-Inflicted Wounds, Part 1 – Could’a, Would’a, Should’a” (3.03) Rygel is comic relief, right? I mean, he farts helium for a start. In the first episode, (“Premiere,” 1.01) with lines like, “There was a time when you would have been disemboweledRead More →

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A good television series grows and changes and allows its characters to do the same. Farscape’s D’Argo definitely grows and changes throughout the seasons and that includes D’Argo costume changes early on. Here are two sets of photos from  Farscape the original series, comparing D’Argo from Season 1 on theRead More →

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. If the question is, “who is the central character in Farscape?” the answer is easy: John Crichton, an astronaut; he got shot through a wormhole, or so I’ve heard. But though Crichton, a kind of hero, is the central and most essential character, he is not the pivotal characterRead More →

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We know him as John Crichton, an astronaut, but before he got shot through a wormhole, he was Dr. Crichton. As shown here: This is 20 seconds into “Premiere” (1-01). In the middle of both columns one and two of the fake news story, you can just barely make outRead More →

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I was pleasantly surprised to see an article about Farscape in the mainstream Web publication Vice. Farscape never gets as much press coverage as it deserves, especially Farscape’s feminism. Even better, the Vice article is not simply a nod to the 20th anniversary, but a philosophically-minded acknowledgement that Farscape wasRead More →

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