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Farscape:S4 V4.2

Ben Browder , Claudia Black , Geoff Bennett , Ian Watson    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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The producers of the dvd really blew it with this dvd. "A Prefect Murder" has a plethora of editing errors in the first half of the show. Before the credits roll, the makers of the dvd accidentally put in about 5 minutes of material that appears in the ten minutes AFTER the initial credits! Interestingly enough the excerpts are in a different order and have tiny editing differences (as if they were different takes of the same scenes). BIG BOO BOO! Shame on ADV Films.
As for the episodes themselves Ben Browder wrote "Don Quixote" himself and does a stand up job. Love this episode. However the final episode in the group, "Coup by Clam" is probably the grossest episode from any season. Celrtainly Farscape is known for being "bioligical science fiction", but in this case for me it goes too far in this episode--let's see--More of Rigals gas problems (haven't we heard enough of this--or do stupid people still laugh at this) but with a twist now Aeryn has Rigals gas problem too. We see noses bitten off, fingers dismembered, Scorpious throwing up, the old lady peeing stradling a bucket as we have to watch her urinate, and of course everyone has to drink everyone else's urine. Instead of the Biology serving the story as in with most episodes of Farscape, the story takes a back seat to biology. Technique should always serve the story and not vice versa. But alas, I still love Farscape for being more inventive and creative than ANY other science fiction around.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Some advance information (prior to release) Jan. 12 2004
Farscape received the 2003 Saturn Award for Best Syndicated/Cable Series, the third win in a row. Way to go, Farscape! Both USA Today and TV guide have said that Farscape is the best show of its type: space/sci-fi.
Five episodes (406-410) on two discs:
"Natural Election"
"John Quixote"
"I Shrink Therefore I Am"
"A Prefect Murder"
"Coup by Clam"
Presented in anamorphic widescreen format. Audio is in 5.1 and 2.0. Closed captioning.
According to ADV Film's website, here are the scheduled extras:
=>Printed insert with:
a) official episode synopses
b) updated character histories of Chiana and Ka D'Argo;
=>A behind-the-scenes interview with Jonathan Hardy (the voice of Rygel);
=>Inside Farscape: Villians;
=>From the Archives: "Revenging Angel" animatics;
=>Cool Farscape Facts;
=>Alien Encounters;
=>Sets, Props, & Costumes Gallery;
=>Deleted scenes;
=>Farscape trailers.
(In my opinion, the extras look much like what has been included on previous releases, updated for these episodes. I've never thought that the extras were spectacular, but it is a nice selection for only five episodes!)
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For this collection of episodes from season 4 of "Farscape", we get a set of good episodes (not the best this season has to offer, but enjoyable nevertheless) which focus on the crew of Moya as their problems seem to get worse and worse. Crichton and Aeryn seem to be unable to connect, their nemesis Scorpius is now residing with them, and the tension from everyone else is noticeable. Episodes include the surreal "John Quixote", which features memorable faces from the show's run and enough references to Max Headroom and Monty Python to tide you by; "I Shrink Therefore I Am", which involve Crichton's attempt to save the crew from bounty hunters with the help of Scorpius; and "A Prefect Muder", in which Aeryn becomes an unwilling assassin. Of course, a few episodes later, things really pick up, but that's another story... The special features are good, and the video and audio aren't all bad. Recommended for fans.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant - totally frelling brilliant Feb. 19 2004
I'm British and I get the region 2 DVDs, but I CAN say that these episodes, while not being the best of the seasons, are a welcome return to the season one stories. Although many think that season four is the weakest, while I agree to a degree, Farscape still remains as the best written, best acted SF show on telly.
And to that guy who thinks that A Prefect Murder is edited wrongly by ADV, maybe he should watch the episode again. The first four scenes are repeated over and over for the first ten minutes of the show from the different character's perspectives. It's an artistic thing, a different way to tell a story, it's EXPERIMENTAL, and it's one of the reasons why I love the damn show.
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