3 - Season of Death
This bit is set for the humor page after 10322 A Dog with Two Bones airs. I also have another one dealing with the loss of the Command Carrier. If you have any news on season 4 drop me a line.
10320 Into the Lion's Den 1; Lambs to the Slaughter**US Air Date 4-12-02
Crichton, Aeryn and Crais are received with honour aboard Scorpius's command carrier, with Scorpius promising amnesty in exchange for Crichton's cooperation on wormhole technology. Scorpius and Crichton are linked by neural receptor bracelets - however, Crichton is playing a dangerous game Starring: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Lani Tupu, Wayne Pygram Part 1 of 2**
10321 Into the Lion's Den 2;A WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING** US Air Date 4-19-02
Writen By Rocknes S. O'Bannon**
Would you like to see more about this episode and pictures? Check out Una's great site!!!
Hello Karl, I just wanted to let you know that we have summary and pictures up at www.farscape-one.de and http://fei.farscape-one.de respectively of I Yensch You Yensch, from the airing on Israeli TV. I guess it is something for the spoiler page :) Take care, Una
And if he is what does that mean? The following was reproduced from the posting to his website.
Perseverum Et Vincere***
From SciFi.com 9:00am ET, 29-October-01
The headline for the Anthony Simcoe interview in
the Farscape Magazine, issue 3 is:
From: Micah href="http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=22206&cid=2382098">here</a>.
This may be a spoiler, and I cannot guarantee the reliability of this
information. Also, this may have been posted before, but as I have not been
to this board in quite some time, I am clueless. Following is an excerpt
from a post on <a href="http://www.slashdot.org">slashdot</a>. The original
post can be found <a
I only knew about Farscape because my brother once played a bit part in an
alien bodysuit for one episode. But now I've seen three whole minutes , and
what's more, most of them not yet seen by the public, because last night I
sang in the soundtrack recording for the penultimate episode (21) of the 3rd
season at the Sony studios in Sydney. The production company contracted us
(the Sydney Chamber Choir [sydneychamberchoir.org]) to provide sixteen male
voices for a couple of hours. The music was dark and Mozart-Requiem-like
with lots of low notes, and we had to make it sound as much like a Russian
choir as possible (for the choral iliterati, that means cavernous and
In the scenes we accompanied, an immense spaceship was being destroyed,
water everywhere, and there was a tense meeting between some human bloke and
a mean-looking alien commander in a black leather headpiece with a
shrivelled face and pointy teeth (seems it was his ship being pounded). They
both wore identical technological amulets < Karl here They could be the Yensch bracelets ??? >which they discarded while
talking. This seemed to be significant. There was no dialogue track, so all
we had to go on were the visuals. Does any of this make sense to you
diehards out there?
Here's a little quote from the October 2001 Starlog article about Lani Tupu:
"You know what?" Tupu laughs with devilish delight. "It doesn't stop there.
(His association with the Peacekeepers) is not over and done with. What
we're working on (in season three) is just awesome. It will rock you, that's
Just picked this up from the Anthony Simcoe
bulletin board: check out the line I have in
Loved being at the recent cons - thank you to all who
came and said hello - fantastic meeting everyone. Crais lover has taken
some fabulous shots which I hope will be posted here when I get back to
Australia in December.
I-Yensch, You-Yensch (Episode 3.19)
D'Argo meet with Scorpius in a diner on a desolate planet in order to
negotiate their freedom: Crichton will board Scorpius's Command Carrier
and assist Scorpius with his wormhole research; in return, Scorpius will
grant immunity to Moya, Talyn, and the rest of Moya's crew. As a safeguard
against double-crosses, Scorpius suggests that Crichton and Lt. Braca
should wear I-Yensch bracelets that will synchronize their nerve impulses
so that they experience one another's pain. D'Argo and Rygel argue that
Scorpius should wear the second bracelet, not Braca; however, before the
deal is completed, two heavily armed crazies burst in and hold up the
This drawing (at left) was created by Justin Monjo during the drafting of an as yet untitled episode 10407, written by Ben Browder for Season Four. What does it mean? Is is a clue?
Spoilers from the FS Con in Burbank... courtesy of PK Barb: The next fan said the show is expected to go on for five or six seasons. He was wondering what direction the show was going to take because pretty soon John is going to have the ability to go home. David said, “Just keep watching until the end of the year.” (Was this a slip-of-the-tongue spoiler, the result of DK’s sinus event, or a deliberate mis-direction?) DK said this about six seconds before he had to leave the stage because something was going on with his sinuses. I think he was having a nosebleed, but he never really said. Actually, there was something on the BB about Sci-fi expecting the show to go on for 7 seasons (barring contractual problems).
This came from the listdad of CBOOL. He doesn't post here but sent it to our email list. I thought I'd pass it along since he says it is from a reliable source...Wayne Pygram!
Hey all I've Just had a friend get back from the Armagedon Plup Clutre expo inWellington. the only guest that could make it was our own Wayne (scorpy) Pygram Two peices of news one (and most important) is that FS has been sigen for TWO more seasons! Yeeeeeessssssss! This came from Wayne so i'd say it's true :) Seconed is that they are trying to get CB as one of the guests for the Auckland Armagedon expo next easter :::starts drooling::: So guess who is going to be there with bells on? =)Mark
Farscape Season To End Big
Another sorta spoiler - Francesca (Bueller) will be back. They're bringing back one of her characters, but she didn't say
Is Kent McCord in yet another episode of Farscape this season???
And if he is what does that mean? The following was reproduced from the posting to his website.
>we are off to Rome and Paris.
7/22/01 Older Spoiler from Season 3
Crichton's incapacitation forces D'Argo (Anthony
Simcoe) to assume command of a mission to save Moya
from being crippled by a self-destructing ship. Aeryn:
Claudia Black. Stark: Paul Goddard. Crichton: Ben
Browder. Looks like Aeryn is back on Moya or TV Guide is just
listing who plays on Farscape in General. "Infinite Possibilities Daedalus Demands"
A dangerous species unlocks the long-held secrets to wormhole technology, unleashing the fury of the Ancients.
With Ben Browder. "Infinite Possibilities"
Crichton and Aeryn (Ben Browder, Claudia Black)
race to construct the ultimate weapon in order
to survive an attack by the Scarrans. "Revenging Angel"
A strange ship bent on self-destruction targets
Moya and with Crichton (Ben Browder) in a coma,
D'Argo (Anthony Simcoe) has to save the day. "The Choice"
Aeryn (Claudia Black) yearns to contact her
father when the crew lands on a planet laden
with mystics, seers and also frauds. "Fractures"
A Nebari, a Scarran and a female Hynerian, each escapees from Peacekeeper prisons, make life a little dicey for Moya. With Ben Browder The Ultimate BBoard Infinite Possibilities Pt. 2 - New Info (Spoiler)
Found out that the subtitle for Part 2 of Infinite Possibilities is "Icarus Abides".
This is the tag for it:
Crichton struggles to survive as Aeryn and Rygel fend off an attacking horde.
Spoilers on Ms Blue!!!!!
Zhann is coming back as a reuccuring character! I have a friend who writes scripts and she talked to a script writer friend of hers who said Zhann was coming back. My friend even got to talk to Ben. "Talyn (Aeryn Sun’s mysterious father) is certainly someone who’s out there, presumably, if he’s not dead, he could turn up sometime." Pregnant pause. "Maybe in the latter part of season 3." Here's where I got the info from. scifi.ign.com/tv/7177.html Froonster spoutin!Today Ricky Manning was on www.scifi.com/farscape/chat
I asked him: > Froon, there is a lotta talk about killing one of the John Crichton's. Please, SAY IT AIN'T SO!
and he said :
<FrooniumRicky> "It Ain't
Infinite Possibilities, Part 2
60 minutes- (CC), Part 2 of 2, N, In Stereo
Crichton and Aeryn (Ben Browder, Claudia Black) race to construct the
ultimate weapon in order to survive an attack by the Scarrans.
60 minutes- (CC), N, In Stereo
A strange ship bent on self-destruction targets Moya and with Crichton (Ben
Browder) in a coma, D'Argo (Anthony Simcoe) has to save the day.
60 minutes- (CC), N, In Stereo
A Nebari, a Scarran and a female Hynerian, each escapees from Peacekeeper
prisons, make life a little dicey for Moya. With Ben Browder.
60 minutes- (CC), N, In Stereo
Aeryn (Claudia Black) yearns to contact her father when the crew lands on a
planet laden with mystics, seers and also frauds.
'I have also just done an episode called The Choice, though that title may change , which had Aeryn at the center of the story. That was a real character piece for me. I really enjoyed doing it. Justin Monjo wrote the script and Rowan Woods directed it, and I can't wait to see how it came together.
~from the TVZone interview w/Claudia
Hot off the heels of a jammed packed presentation at the Comic-Con International: San Diego, Rockne S. O’Bannon (series creator) and Anthony Simcoe (D’Argo) of FARSCAPE sat down with CINESCAPE to discuss the series and its overwhelming popularity. Out that conversation came an interesting tidbit regarding the possibility of a FARSCAPE feature film.
"There’s been talks [of a FARSCAPE movie] from the very beginning," says O’Bannon. "It’s been a passion of Brian Hensen to make a feature out of the project. Of course, the difficulty initially was just getting the seriesmade. Now we’re having more serious conversations about a movie, but it’s an issue of where to fit it in the production. Do we do it during the FARSCAPE hiatus?" However, scheduling is not the only obstacle standing in the way of a potential FARSCAPE feature. The question of where to place the film within the series’ continuity also poses a challenge.
"Creating a movie based on a television series that’s still on the air is really tough to do because where do you put it?" asks O’Bannon. "[Chris]Carter did it with THE X-FILES by essentially designing a season that led up to the movie, then the movie came out in the summer, and then the next season tailed off. Seriously, I don’t know how successful that was – it gives the movie a short shelf life, I feel, as opposed to being astand-alone film. However, in the case of our show, you have characters who were on the show in the beginning, but aren’t there now. We have new characters that have come in, so where do you place it? We’re in an arc in the series right now where John Crighton, the lead character, has been split in two. So we’ll have one episode with him and some of the characters, and the next with his other self and another group of characters. So if the movie premiered tomorrow, it would be in the middle of the series about this split guy. I don’t know how we’re going to resolve that; it’s a toughie."
According to Simcoe, if any genre series currently on television deserves the feature treatment, FARSCAPE makes the most sense – if only from an aesthetic perspective.
"The beauty of the show is that it really has created another universe," says Simcoe. "You really get a sense of the FARSCAPE universe being vast and full of these imaginary creatures. That’s what the Jim Hensen creature shop brings – that’s the real achievement. It’s the sense that it’s not a small place, set in a box in some studio. Its really massive."
Regardless, O’Bannon assures that the odds of the series eventually hitting the big screen are relatively high: "The bets are that it’ll happen once the series has wrapped."
A Scarran Inquisition
is the name of the last three episode
Spoilers as of 7/22/01
A hint about Infinite Possibilities Part One?
Here's a page I found, which seems to give a brief history of Daedalus'
It more or less says he's a builder. Among his works are the Minotaur's
labyrinth, it seems he also had a part in the Minotaurs creation as well. It
also says he built some wings, and while I'm not certain, it seems he is
also father to Icarus. Icarus is known for flying too close to the sun,
Also on hand is Farscape creator Rockne O’Bannon, who handles potential spoiler questions with aplomb, grinning cagily when asked if this or that character will be returning to the show. The one bit he lets slip relates to Aeryn Sun’s mysterious father, Talyn (the namesake of Moya’s offspring), who is presumed dead. “Talyn is certainly someone who’s out there, presumably, if he’s not dead,” says O’Bannon. “He could turn up sometime.”
“Maybe in the latter part of season 3.”
Mmmm hmmm. One character who won’t be turning up, however, is the dearly departed Zhaan (Virgina Hey), who left the show at the beginning of the season. O’Bannon assures fans that Hey merely felt she had put in her time on the show, having gone through the grueling character requirements of being encased inelaborate make-up and shaving her head and eyebrows for two years. “We were incredibly sorry to see her go,” says O’Bannon, adding that Hey’s departure, did, however, open up a door for the writers – it brought a degree of difficulty to resurrecting the presumed-dead Aeryn (Claudia Black).
“When Virginia asked to step away from the series, [we had a] terrific opportunity to pay for the return of Aeryn with something real…to pay for it with the death of another character,” O'Bannon says.
Zhaan may be gone, but she’s not forgotten, as evidenced by one fan in the crowd who points to new addition Jool (Tammy Macintosh) as “Zhaan’s replacement,” and reflecting the character’s initial unpopularity, asks O’Bannon: “What were you thinking?”
“Live with her!” O’Bannon responds, comparing the reaction to Jool to the unfavorable reactions to Rygel in season 1 and Chiana (Gigi Edgley) in season 2. “When Chiana first came onboard, everyone thought she was really disruptive to the family,” O’Bannon says. Simcoe adds that some folks didn’t particularly care for D’Argo at first: “The words ‘Worf clone’ come to mind.”
In terms of other recent plot developments, O’Bannon stresses that both of the John Crichtons running around are the real McCoy. “One isn’t the real one and one isn’t a clone,” he says. “They’re both literally John Crichton.
Don’t think there will be a revelation as to which is the clone.”
In the London Financial times dated today 30.05.01 it is reported that the
owners of the Jim Henson Company, EM.TV of Germany may be on the brink of
selling the company, of which Disney have previously shown interest and is
said to have offered between $200M and $250M. Other possibilities include a
management buyout or sale to Viacom.
Farscape: "Thanks for Sharing"
5/11/01 - Virginia Hey's been busy. Check out the link to her next new project. Psy-Ops (Pretty cool looking site too. <G>)
5/10/01 - Slight spoilage from Stark's (Paul Goddard) recent SciFi chat:
<Moderator> <RygelEstrogenBrigade> to <Moderator>: Paul, you didn't have
much chance to work with the puppets before "Liars, Guns, and Money". How
did you find working with them as opposed to a live actor?
<PaulGoddard> When I first came on the show and me Rygel I said to myself,
"He is an actor, I would *love* to develop and onscreen relationship
with....I don't mean that romantically.
<PaulGoddard> When I was a kid I used to rush home, aged 14, to watch
Seasame Street just for the Muppet moments.
<PaulGoddard> I wanted to be a Muppet! Failing that to be a Muppetier.
<PaulGoddard> So working on a Henson show was a dream come true
<PaulGoddard> I have had more to do with Rygel of late, in particular an ep.
coming up Rygel and I spend a great deal of time in a little power struggle.
<PaulGoddard> It was fantastic doing this episode because in a way it was
like a little road movie for me and Rygel.
<PaulGoddard> He may appear rude and selfish on screen but off he's always a
gentleman and a joy to work opposite.
<Moderator> <LittleLeviathan> to <Moderator>: Hey, Paul, can you give us any
indication (*cough* spoilers *cough*) as to the direction your character is
<PaulGoddard> Forward, sideways and frequently backwards.
<PaulGoddard> As you know I *can not* simply _cannot_ divulge any spoilers
<PaulGoddard> I guess I could say..
<PaulGoddard> It's the Season of Death
<PaulGoddard> as you know Stark has this very handy fascility for dying and
coming back to life.
<Moderator> (if you've just joined us, we've entered overtime in our chat
with Paul Goddard...)
<PaulGoddard> sorry about the delay, can't give away any more....
<PaulGoddard> ...not that I've given away anything really.
<Moderator> <ShipperShan> to <Moderator>: We have had a ton of dark episodes
so far... at least one person has died in each one!! Are we gonna be getting
any episodes like Crackers Don't Matter, or Beware of Dog anytime soon?
<PaulGoddard> There are zany times ahead
<PaulGoddard> I just watched Crackers Don't Matter for the first time a
couple of nights ago and loved it!
<PaulGoddard> I was just talking to Ben yesterday about how much I loved his
craziness in the show. He said that they really had a lot of fun playing
around with that one.
<PaulGoddard> It was Ben that showed me how far I could go initially with
the madness of Stark.
<PaulGoddard> Watching that episode gave me a little boost in terms of
letting Stark's craziness rip a bit more in the episode we are shooting now.
<Moderator> Going back to the "letting Stark's craziness rip," which ep are
you working on now, so that we can look forward to it?
<PaulGoddard> Episode 12 Season 3
<Moderator> <stargatetravler> to <Moderator>: Hey Paul, which ep of the ones
you have been in did you have the most fun doing, which one was the hardiest
and which one was your favorite?
<PaulGoddard> Episode 8 coming up has been my all time favourite. Green Eyed
<PaulGoddard> You'll understand why when you see it.
<PaulGoddard> Of the ones you have seen which was the hardest???
<PaulGoddard> I guess the ones that are hard are the ones where there is
some degree of emotion other than anger or fear that has to be explored.
<PaulGoddard> The early episodes of this Season where Stark is dealing with
Zhaan's death were tricky in regards to emotional placement.
<PaulGoddard> You don't want to get too sentimental in the playing of it,
you want the audience to feel the emotion more than you displaying it as an
<PaulGoddard> I hope you understand what I mean.
<PaulGoddard> There is nothing worse, for me, than watching an actor indulge
in some emotional acting to the degree where they don't let you in.
<PaulGoddard> So many times I've watched documentaries where people have
talked about the most horrific and tragic things without turning into a
blubbering mess. Yet you know, that underneath they are experiencing deep
<PaulGoddard> Fascinated to have a fan in Russia, thanks Inity
<PaulGoddard> I'm just chasing up an address for you.
<PaulGoddard> send mail care of Jim Henson Productions 1416 North La Brea
Avenue Los Angeles CA 90028
What's the future for Farscape?
MediaSavant posted a little while back about SciFi's presentation that
she attended for annual (I think) ad block purchasing (or something like
that). She said that Farscape was their lead show in the presentation. She
further stated that, although no official announcement had been made, it
would be extremely unlikely that a show would be featured that
prominently if they thought that it might not still be around in the
latter part of the purchasing year (which translates to next spring, by
which time FS would be into its fourth season).
From TV Week (Australia) March 2001 Aussie actress Rebecca Gibney is to portray a baddie in an upcoming ep... 'Sitting in her dressing room on the set of Farscape, Rebecca Gibney makes for a dramatic site. With a jet-black wig, piercing blue contact lenses and a flowing gown, the thirtysomething actor is a world away from the corporate suits and investigative matters of Jane Halifax from 'Halifax fp' Rebecca is joining Farscape in an upcoming episode as Sarova, a planetary ruler who appears to be a pacifist when the crew need help, but eventually reveals a more chilling side. Many thanks to our "reporter down-under" for the scoop! ;-)
just got back from Starfest, which I attended Friday and Saturday. The main guests were not at the con on Friday, which was the first day (though Robin Atkin Downes did show up Friday and sign autographs). However, Virginia and Kevin Sorbo where at the con on Saturday and I got to meet Virginia and getting her autograph* :D . She's a very nice lady and a very good convention guest and I hope to see her again at a con sometime. I hope everyone who went to today's session had fun and I can't wait to read some reports from them. I'm curious about what Virginia thought of the snow :-}. I'm also curious to hear if Virginia said anything more about why she left the show. She did talk about it on Saturday, saying the decision to leave was her's and her's alone (and it was health related (it sounded to me like it was a mixture of her makeup making her sick and exhaustion)). However, she also said she had never intended to leave the show permanently and she is upset about Zhaan's being killed off (I believe she simply wanted to be downgraded to a recurring character, like Crais was in the first two seasons). BTW, Virginia left the show only two months ago and didn't know until she got the script that Zhaan was going to die. She says that Zhaan and her future in Farscape is up in the air at the moment. She has no idea what is going to happen next and that part of the reason is that the writers really aren't sure what they are going to do next either! BB Post from Meg L.
TV Zone #138 has a new Rockne O'Bannon interview.
Toy Vault action figures 2.0.... click on the image for a closer peek... oh.. and what's this about a "mysterious guest"?
Cerell posted this at www.ultimatefarscape.com
04/20/01: "Eat Me"
The location of the following spoilers:
Farscape Schedule, Season 3:
(Spoiler warning! Quit reading now if you're offended by knowing
16 March 2001, 8:00 PM: Farscape Special
16 March 2001, 9:00 PM: "Season of Death"
23 March 2001, 9:00 PM: "Suns and Lovers"
30 March 2001, 9:00 PM: "Self Inflicted Wounds, Part I: Could'A,
6 April 2001, 9:00 PM: "Self Inflicted Wounds, Part II: Wait for the
13 April 2001, 9:00 PM: "Different Destinations"
I've heard on the news that the German company that bought Henson maybe
looking to sell. They're displeased with the returns from Henson. Names
being kicked around in case this sale does happen include the suspect
(Disney) and Nickelodeon.
On Screen Farscape Season Premiere “Season of Death” by Kathie Huddleson
Season three opens with Aeryn's body in stasis awaiting burial in space, Scorpius hiding out in the surgical facility trying to avoid detection by Moya's crew, and a restrained Crichton screaming at the top of his lungs. Moya's crew discovers Crichton and the dying surgeon, and unwittingly keeps Scorpius from escaping.
Zhann (Hey) manages to revive the surgeon, who admits that he may be able to restore Crichton's speech, but at the cost of another's life. Zhann joins in Unity with Crichton to communicate with him and learn what his wishes are. She is horrified to discover that Crichton wants to die because he blames himself for Aeryn's death, and that part of the Scorpius clone is still in his brain.
As Scorpius tries to manipulate the situation, he hides and waits for his command carrier to arrive. With the knowledge that Scorpius is nearby, D'Argo (Simcoe), Zhann and Stark (Paul Goddard) must decide if they are willing to pay the terrible price to get Crichton back intact.
A new season with a new direction
"Season of Death" will offer answers to the questions "Is Aeryn really dead?" and "Will Crichton get the top of his head put back on?" Of course, only a science-fiction show would have a character go through brain surgery and recover in minutes without a scar to show for it, and then run around trying to elude a bad guy. But that's a minor quibble when there are so many other delights to be had, not the least of which is Scorpius, an absolutely deliciously original and thoroughly nasty villain. "Season of Death" features the usual excellent production values and special effects, along with the wonderful cast, led by Browder.
Last season the series was driven by Scorpius' unrelenting pursuit of Crichton as the crew came to trust and count on each other. This season promises yet another direction for this inspired and wonderfully realized series, starting with a brand-new opening that touches on Crichton's conflicted feelings about returning to Earth. The new credits also feature Lani John Tupu (as Crais, although he also voices Pilot), Pygram (Scorpius) and Goddard (Stark). Promising to take the series to a new level, Executive Producer David Kemper has said, "This is the year it all comes together. And this is the year it all falls apart."
From TV Guide - Suns and Lovers:
Cast: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Virginia Hey, John
Newton, Paul Goddard, Leanna Walsmann, Thomas Holesgrove, Jessica
Cast: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Virginia Hey,
Big thanks to Liz!
Pygram Talks Season 3 Scorpius
Wayne Pygram--who plays the villainous Scorpius on The SCI FI
"The opener starts with the Scorpy clone" from the season-two
Pygram added, "Now that we have the Scorpy clone, in a sense, they've
A new crew member? (02/26/01) Either that or group hysteria?
This was taken of the BB:
There has been talk that Tammy McIntosh will joing FarScape this year.
but who the frell is Tammy McIntosh?? Was she a guest star on Farscape
Tammy McIntosh is allegedly going to be a new cast memeber on the show.
Kemper on S3!!!(poss spoilers???)
Evil Genius (tm) David Kemper has given a lengthy interview to
"The fun of what the fans have just seen is to sit and ponder about
"Last year, the physical theme was a chip in the head, losing
"When I wrote [Aeryn's death] scene I was so happy because I knew it
"We're shooting episode six right now, and when we were shooting
"I wrote a press release for the Sci-Fi Channel that said something
"Let's just say that in season three, you will also get to know a
"Scorpius wanted the knowledge in Crichton's head, so now that he
"We're making the kind of show that gives us pleasure and that we
(The mag also has an interview with Dave Elsey, so it's really worth
Log File 10306 = Aeryn's back?
The latest.... (A bit Thank You goes out to Laura for the scoop!)
Hey Karl, found this snippet on www.sfxnetwork.com-
Farscape star turns writer Plus, Claudia Black returns, but will
Claudia Black, meanwhile, is keeping very tight lipped about her
involvement, following the death of her character Aeryn Sun at the end of
season two. "All I can say is that Claudia Black will be returning, but I
won't say what as," she
Claudia spotted in Oz... at Homebush Studios:
Many thanks to Tanym Sun for this nice tid bit <G>
The day after we pulled in...went to Homebush. Once we located the
studios we went in
This news just smuggled out of the UTs. ;-) 1/27/01
Fact: ~ Aeryn will definitely be back, and as
herself. You can expect to see
(There is a possibility) that the chip Crais has contains information on her parents, most likely her father only, but possibly her mother as well.
(Another possibility) that we haven't seen the
last of Scorpius - there will
This is a recent interview with Claudia.
Jan. 12, 2001, 7:36PM
'Space babe' Black happy with her Farscape
"I think that may happen as a result of Crichton becoming less and
"I don't know if that's an arc they'll intentionally push all the
Before any such developments can be explored, however, season two must
It was originally posted to the Ultimate Farscape BB. The source can be found the original post there.
Aeryn *is* coming back... we have proof!!!!
The fusion of actress and character has more than
pleased executive producer
-Okay if Henson (The Power that Is) thinks that
Aeryn and Claudia play such
PS: This was taken from the latest Starlog Claudia
interview, which was made
Aeryn will be back... she will.
Here's some evidence:
- Gigi Edgely said she was looking foward to have more quiet scenes
- David Kemper said J&A will (and *will*) have "plenty" of love
- I can't seem to find the post Claudia made after Season 2, but if you
- We have gotten no news on Claudia leaving the show, and that things
- This girl Rachel, who posts on an Ausssie board, says that she has
- This has happened before... if you remember Buffy the vampire
Source: Ultimate Farscape BB
Source: Ultimate Farscape BB
This is the reply posted by Rachel from the Oz bb. Looks like J/A are
Okay so let me try and recall as much as possible,
That's basically it - but I think it's probably the best day of my life
Farscape writer and creative consultant Justin Monjo told fans to expect some additions to the crew of the sentient starship Moya. "But I'm not telling who, when or why," Monjo said in a SCIFI.COM chat last week. "You'll have to keep watching." Director Rowan Woods added, "I'm sure [executive producer David] Kemper and the gang in the writing room will have another Pilot coming your way in [season] three.