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 disemboweled with
Support the Farscape Continues project: Buy me a coffee Zhaan: “Am I the only species in creation that doesn’t thrive on conflict?” Also Zhaan: “My dear, I have kicked more ass than you’ve sat on.” One of the challenges facing all fiction is to respectfully and accurately portray female characters.
Support the Farscape Continues project: Buy me a coffee 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 absolutely is the central and most essential character, he
Support the Farscape Continues project: Buy me a coffee John Crichton is Farscape’s clear protagonist, but Crichton is neither the classic hero nor antihero. Crichton is Everyman. Crichton is the lone human in an alien landscape. The closest science fiction series to Farscape in having a lone human protagonist,